|Patti Podboy (#46952229)|
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I've been researching my family tree since 1999. The primary branches are PODBOY/PODBOJ, ROK, PECARO/PECORARO, BORRIS, and SCHULTZ/SCHUBELTOWSKI. I love locating family members and reconnecting with the past.|
Amazing similarities exist between humans of different races, colors and beliefs. The similarities that join us far outweigh the differences that separate us. There is unity within our diversity.
My objectives on Findagrave are to link family members, add obits or biographies, provide grave or crypt locations and -- with the assistance of countless volunteers (my angels!) -- include photos of final resting places. I strive for quality, not quantity.
Up until the summer of 2014, I tried to visit each memorial I created (plus others that related to them in some way) on birth and death dates to commemorate the event. It was my honor and privilege to do so. Unfortunately, life stepped into the mix and I could no longer devote the time it took to keep up with the task. Perhaps one day I can resume the practice.
If you find any errors or have additional information (dates or places, etc.), please let me know. And if you have photos of any of the people remembered on these pages, feel free to upload them.
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|Jennifer Sanchez||RE: Joseph Novak memorial|
Hi, Patti I took care of it for you. Sometimes I let my research get the best of me. I find things and think,that might be really important to someone. I usually post them, go back as time permits and type them out to add to the bio. The obit came from The Daily Notes (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania)21 Aug 1970, Fri•Page 2 if you need that. Also are you related to him, I ask because if you would like to maintain his father's memorial too I can transfer to kind of keep the family together. I was, when I get back to that area going to photograph his father's headstone.I have a large part of my family from Canonsburg, Pa and buried at both St Patrick and Oak Spring. Also if related I took photos of a Frank Novak at St Patrick's died 1918 really neat headstone with photo on it. Find A Grave Memorial# 176507521. If you have any information on him to add to his bio it would be appreciated. Thank you very much for time, Jennifer
|Frank Drenik||Appreciation of your hard work|
I want to thank you for all the work you did by finding the graves of my family members and many other families.
I apologize if you feel I am not grateful for all you've done for me. I'll do my best to be more patient.
Joseph Novak, age 74, of 234 Alexander Ave., Strabane, died unexpectedly on Thursday, August 20, 1970, at his home.
Mr. Novak was born April 4, 1896, in Yugoslavia and had lived in Strabane since 1913. He was a former miner.
A veteran of World War 1, he belonged to the Veterans of World War 1, USA Inc., and Barracks 2485 Canonsburg. He was a member of the SNPJ Lodge 138, Strabane, the Strabane Pensioners Club, of which he served as vice president, Loyal Order of Moose 127, Fraternal Order of Eagles 816, both of Canonsburg and Slovenian Mutual Beneficial Aid Society of Bridgeville.
He also served as a director of the Slovenian Savings and Loan, Strabane for quite a few years.
His survivors include his wife Frances Drenik Novak, and three stepchildren, Frank Drenik of West Mifflin, Mary, wife of Paul Buchanan, Upper St. Claire and Joseph Drenik of Pittsburg, Calif.
|John Schubert||Antoni Lesheski|
Would be interested in contacting you as I believe my great grandfather Bernard (Barney) Liszewski buried in Posen IL is a brother to Antoni. Parents were Martin Liszewski and Mary Nogorski Liszewski who are buried in St.Charles cemetery, DuBois, IL. Other brothers and sisters were John Liszewski, Michael Liszewski, Joseph Liszewski (Lippe) Marchana Liszewski Yettkie and Mary Liszewski Kroll. Look forward to your reply.
|Mary Arvidson||Mt Carmel Cemetery-Vincent Duff gravesite|
Hi Patti-Vincent Duff is buried in an unmarked grave. I have posted a picture of the grave location and I am sure about the location as there are grave numbers in the concrete. I also included the GPS location on the memorial page in case anyone wanted to visit the gravesite in person...Mary
|Frank Drenik||Lucille Humes Drennik|
Thank you for adding my mother to her parents Finda Grave Memorial.
You've helped me for a number of years and I appreciate your effort.
|Frank Drenik||Request parens be addedt|
My mother is Lucille Humes Drenik #49904627.
Her parents are mother, Mildred # 1034906
and father, Thomas # 103490881; they are buried in the Finleyville Cemetery.
Could add Luccile's parents.
I fulfilled your requests at St. Mary in Evergreen Park today. I found your Joseph and his wife Loretta Marnell. Buried on the same plot was their daughter Kathleen (1944-1994) and Albert (1909-1984) and Barbara (1914-1957) Jesuit. I'll add the photos tomorrow night.
|Frank Drenik||Request siblings be added|
I hope you are doing well. I've sent you several emails requesting help and I have hot heard from you.
My grandfather # 103490881 (Thomas Humes) and
grandmother # 103490906 (Mildred) have (3) of their children pass. Would you please include their siblings; they are:
# 49904627 Lucille Humes Drenik
# 35531625 Dorothy Hunes Messner
# 116444788 Erma Humes Stilley
|Frank Drenik||Request Transfer of Mmeorial # 49904627|
Patti, Thank you for the help you've given me on Finda Grave.
I'm trying to link my mother Lucille with other members of her family that are on FindaGrave.
I would be glad to give you their memorial numbers if you would like or transfer the memorial to me and I can make the changes.
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