|Roy Arrigo (#47413208)|
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|Stephanie Murana||Eugene Mangin|
Who is the woman in the photo in front of the grave?
|Marilyn A. Hudson||Audrey Moate|
I saw you had posted an image on this grave memorial. In the photo shown is the Audrey Moate who disappeared Nov. 26, 1956 in Louisiana when her companion was murdered. She has been missing ever since and is listed on many missing persons websites. Is there certainty the image and this grave marker go together? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Stephanie Murana||Charles Mangin|
Do you know if his wife Antonia is buried with him?
|Donald Bagert||Chad Bushnell|
I don't think we met at Brother Martin (I was Class of '73) but I saw your entry about Chad Bushnell on findagrave.com. I knew Chad from Academic Games (and remember about his sister tragic death). I had no contact Chad since Brother Martin and only recently noticed from the Alumni Directory that he had died long ago. Thanks for the info you left here - Chad was a great guy and I'm sorry to hear he died so young.
I see you have posted another photograph. Thank you so much!!! I have a question about the photo of her burial plot. Did you buy any change change the photo? The burial location just looks different from what I remember. I noticed it when you posted the photo of Mary Christina-Lochbaum and Elizabeth Buchert-Lochbaum, but thought it was just my imagination and/or I was getting my plots mixed up. Either excuse would apply. ha Thanks again for Lizzie's photo.
Added by Janet on Jul 31, 2013 9:31 PM
|Janet||Mary Christina-Lochbaum and Elizabeth Buchert|
Roy, thank you so much for posting this wonderful photograph. I'm sure you know how much such old photographs are treasured. Thank you! Janet
Added by Janet on Jul 10, 2013 8:23 AM
|Carly Ramos||Dave Voiron|
Your message to my brother Dave was a beautiful surprise that touched my heart. It means so much to know that he has not been forgotten. I will share this with our father and our brother.
I do remember you from St. Dominic, where I was the librarian from 1966-1969. I hope all is well with you.
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