|David Nereson (#47326711)|
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My father was Norris Nereson. His ancestors were Norwegian immigrants to Minnesota, and he became a scientist on the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, New Mexico, during World War II.|
My mother's parents immigrated from Greece to New York City, where she grew up. She became a teacher, also moved out west, first to Texas, then to New Mexico.
The two met and were married in Los Alamos, where I was born in 1949. My main interests are music, languages and the arts. I studied piano and cello and became a piano technician. 2014 marks my 35th year in the trade of tuning, repairing, and rebuilding pianos.
I have a sister and a brother. We lost my dad in 2007, my mom in 2012, and a brother in 1979.
A cousin's daughter was studying genealogy in school, which led us to research the family tree, which in turn led me to stumble upon this website.
|Messages left for David Nereson (4)||[Leave Message]|
|Scotti McCarthy||Thea Gamble|
I went ahead and added the picture to your memorial and deleted mine since you have information for her. Scotti
|Sibley County Historical Society||Nereson|
Hopefully this clears up the problem. I believe all the children are now linked to the parents.
If there is still a problem let us know.
|Charles McCalip||RE: Laura Rozell memorial|
My wife is Laura's brother John's daughter. We were both from Gary. Laura went back to Malta, lived with Sig and Dora for a while. She cooked at a resturant there, and met Ed shortly after WWII, as he had ran a service club in Alaska during the war. They went to Mexico and got married, moved to Colorado for a short time, then to MacAllester where he was originally from. Enrollee, 1/8 Chactaw, and a real, old-time cowboy. Guard at Big Mac (the state prison)for a while. We got to know her and Ed when we were stationed in Bossier City, LA. Was a nice quiet week-end get-away. Ed passed while we were there... I was a pallbearer. Laura died shortly after we went to Germany. I've made 35 violins and violas over the years, and have a school rental fleet up through bass, but play upright and slab bass.
|Dave Weiss||RE: gravestone photo|
Sorry David, I don't have the grave photo yet!
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