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amyers (#48236483)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Carthage, Missouri and served 24 years in the military in North Africa, Italy, Texas, Alaska and California. I retired from the military in 1997 and am currently working for another government agency in Italy. I have also traveled extensively in Tunisia, Algeria and Mauritania. I currently own a home in Orem, Utah. I would be willing to help find graves in the vicinity of Rome or elsewhere in Italy where my travels may take me.
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Bob Andrus
Theodore Berg Grave Site
I want to take a moment to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the photo of my uncle's grave in Italy. The family has his death certificate but no other documents about his burial location. My brother, Floyd Andrus, visited the grave during his Med Cruise in 1967-1968 while in the Navy. He took a polaroid photo of the grave but evidently the chemicals did not react correctly and the image is very faded. He died in a plane crash in Danang, South Vietnam in 1970, so we cannot get any information from him. Now we have a photo that we care share with our children and grandchildren to show that our family made a contribution to the effort to bring peace throughout the world. Thank you so very much and may God bless you for your efforts to locate the graves of family members who died so far away from home.
A friend from the USA. Bob Andrus
Added by Bob Andrus on Oct 05, 2014 4:15 PM
Carolyn Jackson
Pvt. William Lapsley Barron
Thank you for the photo, but the photo wasn't of the gravesite of Pvt. William Lapsley Barron. It was of Sgt. William C. Barron. Pvt. Barron is in Plot 13, Row 2, Grave 17. I would be most appreciative if you could send a photo of the gravesite of Pvt. William L. Barron at your convenience.

Thank you.
Carolyn P. Jackson
Added by Carolyn Jackson on Sep 09, 2014 1:52 PM
Mitchell Sanders
Owen B. Sanders, Jr. - Italy
Thank You very much for the headstone photo of Uncle Owen and Thank You for your service.
Added by Mitchell Sanders on Sep 05, 2014 9:02 AM
Russ Pickett
1Lt Orlando David Greenly
Hi, Thank you very much for the photo of his headstone. However it is shown as being sideways. LOL ... can you turn it around when you get the chance? :-)

Thanks My Friend,
Russ Pickett 46575736
( Army Veteran - Sergeant )

(He is also noted on the above webpage with a link to his grave)
Added by Russ Pickett on Sep 04, 2014 2:59 AM
Judi Peery
James Honer
I can not begin to tell you Thank you enough! James was killed at sea with so many other men that day. Thank you so much for the photo you took me.
Added by Judi Peery on Sep 03, 2014 6:26 PM
Jon Saunders
Recent Photo
Thank you very much for the recent photo and your dedication to helping military families who lost loved ones!
Added by Jon Saunders on Sep 02, 2014 8:37 PM
steve steve
William Alfred Smith. Headstone
Hi, just a line to say thanks for the photo of the headstone.
William was my fathers cousin.I have printed off the photo to show the old man, he`s 83 still all there.
I`ve been doing the family Ancestry and Williams name came up while talking to the old man ,so I went hunting for him. All ways pays to ask while there still around to ask!
Thanks again
Regards Steve.
Added by steve steve on Sep 02, 2014 10:35 AM
L Beacon
Beach Head War & Sicily American Cemetery
Thank YOU soooo much (once again) for fulfilling my request, taking the time to locate and photograph the memorials for Braybrook, Mateja, Farmer, Roziere, Reynolds and Chipchase. These young soldiers who were killed in WWII were all members of the First Special Service Force and their unit was just recently awarded the Congressional Gold Medal. I would like to (once again) ask your permission to use the nice photos you took of their memorials for the WWII project I am working on, I hope you do not mind.
I am so thankful to have you in the area to help fulfill requests, it is volunteers such as yourself that make this such a great site and resource.
If you happen to have photographed any other FSSF markers please let me know. Over the next while I will be requesting the ones I am missing, perhaps you have already photographed them.
Thanks again for your time and efforts, so greatly appreciated!! Cheers!!
Added by L Beacon on Sep 02, 2014 6:25 AM
Leona Gustafson
John Wendland
Thank you so much for taking the photo of John's gravestone. I truly appreciate it.
Added by Leona Gustafson on Sep 02, 2014 6:14 AM
amy watson
thank you
thank you soo much. this is my great uncle.
Added by amy watson on Sep 02, 2014 6:08 AM
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