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Hello, I am a retired military Veteran. I served in the 60's, 70's and 80's, twice in Vietnam. I was very proud to serve my Country, and it bothers me to see the way our Government Leaders are leaning in the treatment of our wounded Veterans today.|
I worked for the Boeing Co,(after retiring from the military) until forced to retire on disability in early 2000.
I have and enjoy classic cars, it has become my passion.
I would like to let anyone know that you may use any photo's I post on Find-A-Grave, can be used as you see needed. John
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|John Sloan||One Veteran to Another.|
Thanks for your service. I too was in country several times. I am a retired member of Uncle Sam's Motorcycle Club ('64-'86). I didn't duck quick enough four different times and still won't use the VA and it's third world witch doctors. Love the Vickie in your photograph. John
|John Sloan||Find A Grave Memorial# 35457735|
Thank you for providing the resting place for Frank Leslie Uran. It was very kind of you to annotate the site and surrounding graves. It puts his final resting place in perspective. As I research the Dimmick family lines and their connections it is great to have these photos and you have gone beyond all expectations by providing a resting place that is unmarked but not forgotten. Thank You again...John
Hi, I was reviewing the memorial for Orange Gould and I am a bit confused. I guess I don't understand where the name Gould comes in if his father was Benjamin Pittsley? Also if Benjamin was a Pittsley, how come on the death registration you posted he is Benjamin Gould? See my confusion? Also an added info for you is that Orange had a sister named Sarah who married an Al Hyde. I would assume Sarah would be Sarah Gould before she got married.
|Jaci||re: Orpha Spence|
I put up 3 photo's showing location of grave site. Let me know if you want any or all removed. Or if you want photo's taken without the flowers showing the approx. place...Hope this is what you had in mind. I took 6 total if you want the rest emailed to you.
Added by Jaci on Oct 08, 2013 6:12 PM
|WMF - Karl & Lisa Wittstruck||Arlene "Phyllis" Pittsley Knecht|
I made a copy of this memorial in the correct Cemetery and transfered it to you so you had the information and could delete it once you were able to move your memorial to the correct cemetery.
|WMF - Karl & Lisa Wittstruck||Helpful?|
The Senior living quarters in Beulah might be easier to get and is not that far. FYI ~ the doctors are in Beulah as well.
|WMF - Karl & Lisa Wittstruck||Appreciation|
Thank you for your kind words, and your time in NAM, if it weren't for the stories I heard that came from that era I would not be here today. Like most people if I had not experienced that kind of inhumanity I would not have believed it either. When I got back from Beirut I had tried to do a lateral move to the Air Force as well, but I was told I was to gung ho. LOL
|Colleen Capps||Mary Dunawain|
I am the great great granddaughter of Mary Dunawain, I would appreciate it if you would contact me at email@example.com.
Thank you, Colleen
A lot of research is going in to the Dunawain name and you have asked for a photo of mary Dunawain in the Rigdon cemetery. Can I help at all? Magnificat
|Jackie Dare||RE: Gladys Burnett # 62768526|
My request was for Gladys' grandparents Stephen and Nancy Burnett. The volunteer for Carstairs cemetery also wanted to locate Gladys.
Sorry for the confusion.
Stephen Burnett was the brother of my husband's 2nd great grandmother Georgetta Burnett Scovel.
- Jackie Dare
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