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|Tom Arnold||Middle name not Robert|
anonymous & Diane (from PA), Findagrave member #48194744 and #47183080.
This is in response to your message to FindaGrave contributor, Robert Viguers (#47145654) on May 07, 2015 2:35 PM, regarding John R. Arnold #60509190.
Please know that the middle name for John R. Arnold is not Robert, as you list in your message. His middle name is Richard, named after his uncle Richard.
|Eric Speck||RE: re: memorial management transfer|
Managing individual memorials doesn't take much time. Once they are created and the on-line resources have been checked (which for me is primarily familysearch.org, an excellent resource for people who died years ago that the Mormons make freely available, and legacy.com, which has many obituaries published in the last 10-15 years), the only other attention required is to review information that other members submit.
I do a quick sanity check (e.g. is the age difference reasonable for a parents or spouse link?) but unless I see a problem I click accept and let the suggested changes go forward. I would be happy to look after the 3 memorials you created if you want to transfer them to me.
|Dolores Maxwell||RE: re: Shirley Arnold|
I cannot on my own take back management of the memorial. You can transfer management to me by clicking on the link on the memorial that says "transfer management" and then placing my #, 46617533, on the form provided.
|Dolores Maxwell||RE: re: memorial #145805698 Shirley Helm Arnold|
Recently I discovered that there are several individuals that copy and post all the obituaries published online by the local newspapers and funeral homes the day they are published. The copied obituary, of course, may list all the living relatives of the person. My goal in posting a new memorial so soon is to prevent the obituaries listing the living relatives from being posted on here by those who have no scruples about it. You are the first loved one of anyone I memorialized that has contacted me, and I understand why you are upset.I am sorry that I caused you more pain at this difficult time. You have my sincere sympathy at the loss of your mother. I have gladly transferred the management of her memorial over to you.
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