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|Jeaniealogy||RE: Fuller grave|
I will post it to Mrs. Fuller's memorial as well. I might need to add it as she recently departed this life.
|Kyle Abbott||RE: Henry D. Moormann|
Hey you never know! Lol. I enjoy getting out and looking for them. If you get any more info let me know. I would be happy to get a picture for you.
|Andrea Osinchak||Roger L. Fuller|
Hi and thanks for your cemetery extracts. perhaps you'd like to add Roger's obituary - I'm a professional researcher and just came across this on a client project so I don't want to take over this Fuller file ... but it might help someone in the future to have this. Also, his wife died this past Feb 7, 2014 so I'll include her obituary also.
In the Princeton Daily Clarion dated 2 January 2001 we read: "Dr. Roger L. Fuller, 80, died Dec. 29, 2000, in Mt. Carmel.PDC Mobile-Kenny Kent In Articles He was born June 18, 1920, in Chattanooga, Tenn. and raised in Carrollton, Ky. the son of William and Ophelia (Netherland) Fuller.He married Evelyn (Van) VanLeeuwen at the Great Lakes Naval Hospital Chapel near Chicago on Aug. 14, 1945, the day World War II ended, and she survives.He embarked on a medical career after serving as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. He attended Murray State College and the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He worked as an intern at St. Louis City Hospital and completed his residency at the Charity Hospital in Monroe, LA. Dr. Fuller joined the medical staff at Wabash General Hospital in Mt. Carmel in 1952. HE shared a general practice with Ernest Lowenstein, M.D., for a number of years. Dr. Fuller retired in 1985, but remained a member of the WGH medical staff, as well as the WGH Board of Directors. He was active in the Illinois Cancer Society and served on the District 348 School Board. He volunteered at the free Clinic in Wabash County after his retirement. He was also a farmer who raised Charolais cattle.
Survivors include his wife of 55 years; three sons, David Fuller, M.D. (Jackie) of Greensboro, N.C., Terry Fuller, M.D. of St. Louis, Mo., Kim Fuller M.D. of San Diego, Calif.; one daughter, Ann Fuller and husband Tim Hnedak of San Diego, Calif.; one brother, Abijah (Retha) Fuller of Louisville, Ky.; eight grandchildren, Valerie, Erin, Kevin, Jessica and Matthew Fuller; Brandon, Kyle, and Sean Hnedak.Preceding him in death are two brothers, Pat and Sidney Fuller.Services were Monday, Jan. 1, 2001, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Mt. Carmel with burial at St. Mary's Cemetery.Visitation was 4-8 p.m. Sunday at Short Funeral Home.Memorials may be given to the St. Mary's School Endowment or the local chapter of the American Cancer Society."
In the Princeton Daily Clarion we read: "Evelyn Marie "Van" Fuller, 95, of Mt. Carmel, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 at her residence.She was born Thursday, Oct. 31, 1918 in St. Paul, Kansas the daughter of Francis and Pauline Smith VanLeeuwen. Van left the Kansas family farm to serve as an R.N. in the Navy during World War II in Hawaii. Van married Dr. Roger L. Fuller at the Great Lakes Naval Hospital Chapel near Chicago, on Aug. 14, 1945, the day World War II ended.Van was a member of the St. Mary's Catholic Church, American Cancer Society and served on the Library Board. She was proud she was able to help get the new Library built.Survivors include her two sons, David Fuller, M.D. and his wife Jackie of Greensboro, North Carolina and Kim Fuller, M.D. of San Diego, California; a daughter, Ann Fuller and her husband Tim Hnedak of San Diego, California; grandchildren, Valerie and her husband Matthew Bivens, Erin and her husband William Werries, Kevin, Jessica and Matthew Fuller; Brandon, Kyle and Sean Hnedak; and great grandchildren, Aidan, Aaron, Addison, Ashtyn Bivens, Liam and Lucas Werries.Preceding her in death was her husband; a son, Terry Fuller, M.D.; and a brother, George VanLeeuwen.Visitation will be Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. in the Chapel of Short Funeral Home.Funeral services will be at St. Mary's Catholic Church on Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 at 10 a.m. Burial will follow at St. Mary's Cemetery.Memorials can be made in Evelyn Fuller's memory to the St. Mary's School Fund or the American Cancer Society. They can be mailed to Short-Cunningham Funeral Home, 527 N Mulberry Street, Mt. Carmel, Illinois 62863.Short-Cunningham Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Condolences may be made online at www.short-cunninghamfh.com."
Good luck to you! Andrea Osinchak Bartley
|Eva Behle||RE: Frank Bergant memorial|
You are more than WELCOME, Glad I could do this for you and your family.
I was happy to help. The baby's grave was right beside theirs so I took a photo of it also.
Added by Alice on Jun 16, 2013 1:02 PM
|Volunteer Grave Hunters||RE: Yarbrough graves|
I'm glad I can help.
|Brad Whitney||RE: Ruth J. Ferraro Grave|
You're very welcome, I'm glad I could help. If I visit Trinidad again, I'll try to remember a ladder as the nitch is in the top row.
|Janet ||RE: Prawicki graves|
Thanks for the location. That helps a lot.
Added by Janet on Mar 13, 2013 4:23 PM
you are welcome. Glad I could help.
|Betty L. Gonzales||Headstone,|
Your mare then welcome, anytime.
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