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KindredWhispers (#46986453)
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Bio Photo Greetings! My name is Debbie. I'm a Texas native, born in San Antonio, living in Fort Worth. I'm both an Army brat and 14-yr US Air Force Reserve veteran. My husband is Steve, a USAF (ret.) F-4D Weapons System Officer/Vietnam War veteran. My roots are in Texas, Arkansas and North Carolina; my husband's are in Alabama.

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My Father, Sgt Maj Charles James Metcalf (1919-1993) is interred at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas. U.S. Army service 1940-1966, World War II, Korea, Vietnam. My Mother, Nadine Slayton (1928-2010).
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THIS IS A CEMETERY

Lives are commemorated,
deaths are recorded,
families are reunited,
memories are made tangible,
and love is undisguised.
This is a cemetery.

Communities accord respect,
families bestow reverence,
historians seek information
and our heritage is thereby
enriched.

Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are carved in stone to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life, not the death, of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for family memorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the living.

A cemetery is a history of people, a perpetual record of yesterday and sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering, always.

~ Author unknown ~

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SPONSORSHIPS Appreciation

Thank you,

Robert Duran for your sponsorship of my Uncle Raymond Slaton (1930-1970).

Remembering YOU Always.....LOVE PAULA for sponsoring my brother-in-law Rick Owens (1950-2009).


Rosie K for sponsoring my Mother, Nadine Slayton (1928-2010).

Susie(heart)Bazil for your sponsorship of my baby cousin Kelly Lynn Everett (1968-1968).

Diddy & Doodle (formerly BNB+PJB) for sponsoring Baby Arnetta Searcy (1936-1937).

Sherri~ for sponsoring all three Slaton baby siblings
Unnamed Baby Boy (1917-1917),
Mary Maxine (1919-1920), and
Aubrey Lee (1923-1925).


Alice Morton for sponsoring my nephew Jeff Cabral (1971-2004).

Donna for sponsoring my paternal Aunt SP12 Alice Rebecca Metcalfe, USNR (1922-1958).

Long Ago and Yesterday for your multiple sponsorships, including my maternal 2nd Great-Grandparents Pvt Eli Robinson Buzbee, Indian War Veteran (1917-1887) and Pharaba Stuckey Buzbee (1829-1907). Also, a paternal cousin Lillie Searcy Ingle (1884-1965). Additionally, my paternal Great-Grandparents Pvt James Webb, CSA (1843-1926) and Rebecca Jane Allen Metcalf (1861-1950). Also my maternal Great-Grandparents James Robert Westmoreland (1855-1909), and Mary Angeline Buzbee Westmoreland.



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