|Mario Ragucci (#48008947)|
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I live in Seattle, WA. I know it is important and vital to record accurately the historical aspects of a persons life, including their final resting place. This, my father inspired me to do as a kid, when he would take me with him to visit family graves. He would tidy them up, like,, actually cut the grass. I remember the cemetary where his father was sometimes was overgrown. I liked to clean up those graves with him and those memories are deeply a part of me. Even though I can not see the graves of anyone related to me here in Seattle, Washington, I can still participate in honoring and respecting their existence.|
My brother Joseph Mario who should be me
My very special Aunt, my mom's sister, who I never met, Margaret Ann Williamson, who died before I was born, but I feel very connected to her
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Angel Ashleys m..., Angel♥in&..., Broken~♥~..., Dorothy Varnell, Dr. Michael, EmilyAnn France..., Frank R. Adamsk..., Hans. ♥J&..., In Loving Memor..., Johnny-René, Joyce, Karen , maggyislove God..., marcia, Pixie ♥, roads, Sue Harbin
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Just wanted to say your Memorials to your Loved Ones are just Beautiful.
It was an Honor to visit and pay my Respect to them.
|Rhonda C. Poynter||RE: Happy Mother's Day|
Hi Mario! Thank You for the kind thoughts and words; I am back online for a few days, I hope, oh, my gosh, my pages have gone so neglected! =( Quite a few of my site friends seem to have quit, though...I am trying to shame them into coming back, if only once in awhile for a few flowers here and there. ha! If you go to my profile page, would you be kind enough to leave a flower or so for the highlighted names? Especially Mary Abernathy, it's a very important page to me...and as always, our servicemen with birthdays and anniversaries...really, all of them, I know. I wish that there was room to list a hundred names at a time, it really does help bring visitors! Anyhow, hope all is well, I am finishing up the book stuff, getting final manuscripts in for quite a few anthologies - if you go back on FB, I am posting alot of the links to my most recent publications -, and still trying to get moved, have that next surgery, and do our charity work. And gto think there used to be days where I'd say, "O, I'm bored, there is nothing to do!"? Wow, that was a long, long time ago, in a galaxy far aweay. ha! Take Care, Lots of love - RCP and Gannon Blue
|Durl Odom||transfer requests|
Please, when you requests future transfers, include your # in the request so that I don't have to search for it....thanks.
|EmilyAnn Frances May||Happy Mother's Day|
Mario: I'm leaving my best wishes for you and yours here on Mother's Day. Thank you for all the tokens left for my Mom and Grandma Josie. They would've loved to hear those compliments!
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Big honor from real graver|
Your welcome and Thank you Karen
|Esther Kinder||RE: Margaret Ann Williamson|
You are very welcome. My pleasure.
|In Loving Memory, Maggie||Ronald Reinhardt|
Thank you so much for the token you made of Ronald. It is wonderful and I love it! I really appreciate it.
Have a super and blessed week.
|Joe Orecchia||RE: Flashing Photos ?|
Thanks, I think it's a great addition to your memorials.
|Joe Orecchia||Flashing Photos ?|
How do you get the photos on your memorials to flash from one to another.
Thanks, Joe Orecchia
|kellybean||RE: I've never seen and angel like that|
You're funny. It was actually taken at Myrtle Hill in Rome, Ga. A very beautiful place indeed.
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