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Steve King (#47178941)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 24 days
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I have recently retired. I was a Controller for a local manufacturing company for 28 plus years. I am an avid genealogist, who started the hobby in 1999. Active in the local genealogy society and have served on the board twice. I love to give programs on genealogy and have developed two programs. Both have been given to societies in Muskogee, Sapulpa, and Tulsa. There is nothing more satisfying than finding your ancestors and I love to help those who are looking.
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 • 31 Memorials Added
 • 31 Memorials Managed
 • 145 Photos
 • 2 Photo Requests
 • 52 Volunteer Photos Taken
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nicole ellis
Family
I sent you an email if you could email me back that would be great thanks
Added by nicole ellis on Apr 25, 2015 3:13 PM
Sandy Cantrell Lindeman
RE: Tonya Ivy
You are welcome. It makes me sad when there is not a marker, especially for the babies. There are so many little graves in that area, yet so many unmarked. . . .Sandy
Added by Sandy Cantrell Lindeman on Feb 23, 2015 1:40 PM
Lyle Fulton
RE: LaFreda Cooper
You're very welcome, Steve. I visit that cemetery rather often, so if I should see the final engraving done at some future date I would be pleased to replace the present photo with an up to date one. Perhaps you could keep a photo request active, indicating that you only want one if the death date is engraved.
Added by Lyle Fulton on Jun 03, 2014 10:01 PM
marilyn shober
Steve King
Thank you for taking the picture of my great grand-mothers headstone. Your kindness makes it easier for us to view their graves when we live so far away. Your kindness is appreciated.
Added by marilyn shober on Jun 03, 2014 8:38 AM
Ramona & Serena
Pauline Tannahill @ Riverview Cemetery
Hi again. We didn't notice the side note to get a picture of Pauline's grave until we got back. So we took a special trip out there to take a picture of Pauline for you.
Have a great weekend.

Ramona & Serena
Added by Ramona & Serena on May 30, 2014 12:20 PM
Ramona & Serena
RE: James Tannahill-Riverview
You are so welcome. We went really quick today so I could get a picture of James wife for you. We'll put it up later on.
Have a great day.

Ramona & Serena
Added by Ramona & Serena on May 25, 2014 4:34 PM
eycksmom
Thank you!
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph my great-grandparents' memorial. While I was not blessed to know Sally Elma, I have many special memories of g-grandfather. I appreciate being able to see their resting place.
Added by eycksmom on May 24, 2014 10:11 PM
Delaine Shirley-Noyer
Lenora Suggs Harville
So there is one granddaughter Adeline of James & Nora still alive in Big Lake, Texas-nearest big city is Houston. I want to go visit her and see what she might know. She is in her mid-eighties and isn't sure where James was buried, do you? I got a photo of her father and her sisters, but all the other family photos have already been distributed to other family members she says. I've got very little from them. I would love any photos you can come up with. Adeline said she thought all the Harvilles had long since died out, she was delighted when I told her there was still a bunch of the original clan still living in Paris, Arkansas. The great-grandkids still mow and care for the Harville Cemetery and I visited it there last June. None of them seem to have any photos either. That group's interests seems to wax and wane so I work it hard when I get and cooperation :)

I can count on one had the number of contacts I've had for James and Lenora, so you are a treasure to me. Thank you!
Added by Delaine Shirley-Noyer on May 19, 2014 2:34 PM
Delaine Shirley-Noyer
Lenora Suggs Harville
So there is one granddaughter Adeline of James & Nora still alive in Big Lake, Texas-nearest big city is Houston. I want to go visit her and see what she might know. She is in her mid-eighties and isn't sure where James was buried, do you? I got a photo of her father and her sisters, but all the other family photos have already been distributed to other family members she says. I've got very from them. I would love any photos you can come up with. Adeline said she thought all the Harvilles had long since died out, she was delighted when I told her there was still a bunch of the original clan still living in Paris, Arkansas. The great grandkids still mow and care for the Harville Cemetery and I visited it there last June. None of them seem to have any photos either. That group's interests seems to wax and wane so I work it hard when I get and cooperation :)

I can count on one had the number of contacts I've had for James and Lenora, so you are a treasure to me. Thank you!
Added by Delaine Shirley-Noyer on May 19, 2014 2:33 PM
Marcia Milligan Skiver
Lyle Christy headstone photo
Thanks so much for the photo of Lyle's headstone. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this, especially since I'm unable to travel to Oklahoma at this time. His headstone and the paperwork for request for a military headstone are the only proof that I have been able to find of his military service.

--Marcia
Added by Marcia Milligan Skiver on May 15, 2014 8:04 PM
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