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Robert D.Reynolds (#47611568)
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Bio Photo I am the youngest son of George Matthew Reynolds and Ora Virginia West Reynolds.I was born and reared in Sunflower and Leflore Counties of Mississippi. Spent my teens in a nice community called Bugger-Den.Was a cotton farmer un-till joining the Navy during WWII.And was assigned to U.S.N.O.B.1504 Midway Island as a crash crew fire fighter. I worked as an Auto Mechanic for two years at Dwyer Mississippi prior to taking an 18 month course in Electrical Appliance repair at Trades Training Institute of Mississippi State College at Prairie Mississippi ,I worked as Receiving Clerk/Vehicle Inspector for Machine Products Co. Inc.,a contract operator Of U.S.A.F. Vehicle Storage Base.I also operated an 80 ton Diesel Electric Locomotive Switch engine.I have been a member in good standing of the Aberdeen Ms. Masonic Lodge # 32 since July 15,1953.I now have my 60 year pin. Presently reside in Titusville Florida. Had a long Space career;working on Project Mercury and Project Gemini and later aircraft projects also on the SMAW Anti-Tank Missile Project ,retiring from McDonnell-Douglas after 28 1/2 years on 7-31-1989. I also worked on the Tomahawk Cruise missile program and the ACES II Ejection Seat Project,I had the responsibility to furnish materials to fabricate power cables for the DC9 and DC10 also for the flight attendant seats for both these air crafts.When I first began working on the CAPE; I was asked if I was retired (many there were)I told them I had been tired farming and gotten re-tired many times,So I quit.
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David McInturff
RE: Duplicate memorial.
When I create memorials in ANC based on obituaries, I always check for the existence of a memorial in ANC both before and after I create mine (the latter just in case someone else created one while I was typing). Findagrave rules specifically state that a search of the entire database is not required, only that of the specific cemetery, and that the memorial in the proper cemetery takes precedence over any that are not in that cemetery, even those created earlier. Your memorial clearly states "Cremated, Other."

What I would suggest, in order to comply with Findagrave rules, is for you to add your photos to my memorial, delete your memorial, then send me an SAC requesting transfer of my memorial to you, which I will be more than happy to do, as memtioned in my bio.

Added by David McInturff on Sep 20, 2014 3:44 AM
J Terry
McBride
My pleasure to help you take care.
Added by J Terry on Sep 17, 2014 2:40 PM
Ruth Smith
RE: Vogelsanger markers.
You are very welcome. Actually while I was there at the mausoleum, I took all the other markers because you can only go into it by appointment. The people at the cemetery are always very nice and helped me a lot. They told me the white stones inside are very old and had to be ordered from Italy. It was very interesting. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on Sep 12, 2014 5:47 AM
Ruth Smith
RE: Elbert E.Vogelsanger II
You are welcome, he must have been an outstanding person. I will try to take a pic of his grave soon. Ruth
Added by Ruth Smith on Sep 06, 2014 9:10 PM
David & Barbara Truxal
RE: FAG#134227089
Robert,
Your request for transfer is complete.
Have a Good Day,
David
Added by David & Barbara Truxal on Sep 04, 2014 10:57 AM
Sandi K
Louise Whatley Williams
Not a problem. I have added her parents to the bio. There is this 'tickling' feeling about the name John Ease Whatley and I cannot remember where/when I have seen that, but I have, perhaps just in some genealogy reading? Searched my pix & none there - haven't been to Lehrton. I've added it to an area list I look for each place though. Might turn up. Someone from Ohio had added lots of names (several mis-spelled) to McNutt. Do not know her source, but she was very nice about corrections. They are very bare bones, so I think from a cemetery list she found somewhere, rather than personal or from obits. Weather was actually pretty nice the other day and I have another trip in early Nov so maybe can finally find those last two! Best wishes, Sandi
Added by Sandi K on Sep 04, 2014 7:35 AM
Pam Anderson
RE: Ralph F
You are so welcome. Sorry it took so long. I just volunteered to put all of the cemetery's "cards" on a data base, and was finally able to locate his marker.
Added by Pam Anderson on Sep 03, 2014 4:45 AM
Gail Farmer
RE: FAG Memorial-Sammy Lynn Farmer
That would be great. I don't do too much computer things. Gail
Added by Gail Farmer on Jul 02, 2014 11:51 AM
David Gladwell
Clarence David
Additions made to bio.
Added by David Gladwell on Jul 01, 2014 2:38 PM
Sandi K
McNutt
Have not been lately. Seems like every time I run back/forth to Arkansas up that road it is either raining like crazy, I'm feeling bad, or it's over 90 & just can't take it! Do have a list printed though of what photos are missing and have added a few via local obits. I hope to finish it up this summer and will be sure to look for yours. Thanks, Sandi
Added by Sandi K on Jun 18, 2014 8:09 PM
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