|Jennifer Duffee (#47755604)|
| || member for 2 years, 9 months, 3 days|
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I have always held a love for cemeteries. When I'm on a trip to a different state I always try to find a local cemetery to walk around in and get an idea of where the city came from and the people who lived there.|
In February of 2012 I lost my 4-month-old son James to bacterial meningitis. In a Google search to make sure the news media hadn't release his name or pictures to the public I found his listing here on Find A Grave. I created a profile to comment and add pictures to my Mr. Grunty's memorial and saw that I could become a contributor and a photo volunteer. Now I'm hooked!! I live in a rural area of Oklahoma which gives me the ability to go to small out of the way cemeteries and fulfill photo requests. I feel by doing this I am honoring my James and I know he's with me while I help the families and the nation by adding to this database.
"Mr. Gunty Grunterson,
If you listen he will sing a song for you;
GRUNT GRUNT GRUNT!!!"
Our family fight song.
|Messages left for Jennifer Duffee (5)||[Leave Message]|
|Lance||RE: James Sperry|
Glad to do it.
Added by Lance on Dec 11, 2014 8:37 PM
|David Eastburn||RE: Thank you!!|
It truly was my honor to sponsor your son's site.
|Bill Pennington||Janice Epler|
No, this is just a single marker for Janice Eppler in Wichita Park Cemetery.
|J. Binder||Murrays of Powell Cemetery|
Thank you for the photos of the 4 Murrays in Powell Cemetery, and thank you for all you do for findagrave.
|Janet Milburn||Patricia Boyd's Memorial Looks Great!|
Thanks for giving Patricia Boyd's memorial
completion by adding the photo of her
I Appreciate it so very much, even though
It isn't a memorial I have made or am
managing. I have probably have said
this before, but new members come along
all the time, and read the public pages.
Find A Grave allows members a total of 20 monument photo
request a week. When I see a memorial that
has been made years ago, without a photo of
the monument, I wonder why,it is still so
empty and bare, it only takes a second to request a photo, and it adds so much
to the memorial.
They also might not be aware of the hard work
you, photo volunteers do, when you take time
out of your lives by going out and searching for
the tombstones in sometimes weedy cemeteries.
I just want to say Thanks!
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