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Bernard Johnson (#575)
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Bio Photo Resident of Palm Beach, Florida. Formerly of Santa Monica, California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.

"In life we weep at the thought of death....perhaps in death we weep at the thought of life"
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D M Rossie
Maloufs Memorial Pages
Thank you so much for transferring the management of these memorial pages to me and for fulfilling my requests so very quickly. I am very appreciative.
Added by D M Rossie on Apr 26, 2017 9:07 AM
Dusty Poss
RE: Sunset View
Hello Bernard,

Yes, I still go to Sunset View. I'll be happy to go to the mausoleum for you. Just give me the name, and if you can, the vault number. You can email me if you like:

Added by Dusty Poss on Apr 23, 2017 1:35 PM
RE: Hello
That's very kind. I agree they are great and beautiful Italian names. I was too young to meet Joseph but Lucy was a great lady. My family misses them a great deal. I think they would be excited to know someone admires their names. :)
Added by MLGJ1987 on Apr 18, 2017 6:22 PM
B.J. Waters
The Browns
Hi Bernard. Well, it appears that Willet Brown does not have a marker, at least not if he is buried in lot 243. Joel's is there, and there are two other Browns: Edwin R. and Gertrude R. I created memorials for them and added photos. I don't know how they are all related.

The only logical location for Willet's grave is one of the empty spots in the row right above the upright monument, but I can't be sure without asking the staff to print me out the cardex. If you want me to, I'll do that on my next trip.

Hope all is well with you in Florida.

Best regards,

Added by B.J. Waters on Apr 08, 2017 10:17 PM
RE: Fenyes

Life is filled with surprises isn't it? Both first wife, Eva Scott Muse-Fenyes and her daughter, Leonora are buried in Founders Lawn. I am creating a page for the latter and will add a photo this evening.

Added by Wanda on Apr 06, 2017 10:22 PM
Patee, Nora and Lester

Hi Bernard,

You had a photo of both niches all the time! Lester rests to the left of Tom S. Lee and although, Nora's niche is unmarked, she is below Lester. I have attached a new photo and added her name.
Added by Wanda on Apr 06, 2017 9:29 PM
Rebecca Richardson
RE: Ponce
Your welcome,
Anything for an American Hero.

There are many Ponce gravestones in this cemetery. Let me know if you need any more photos of your family.
Added by Rebecca Richardson on Apr 06, 2017 5:38 PM
Fuentes and Patee

Hi Bernard,
It so good to hear from you!
I can't believe that the Fenyes have not been photographed before...I know exactly where they both are in the Chapel Corridor at Mtn View Mausoleum. As for the Patee's, their niches are in the Old Main Corridor, as you described and should be no problem to locate. I should have both families completed by Friday.

Take Care,
Added by Wanda on Apr 05, 2017 9:14 PM
Michael Phillips
RE: Markowitz
It was my pleasure. It was a nice day in eastern PA, so I took advantage. The stone on Jerome's memorial was very nearby among some "native" stones. It looked too pretty and out of place among the naturally occurring sand stones, so I think it used to be on his memorial. I put it back.
Added by Michael Phillips on Mar 29, 2017 4:06 PM
A Horan
SOCS W Ryan Owens at ANC
You had requested a photo of the stone for SOCS Ryan Owens at Arlington National. His stone was put in place this week, and I've posted photos on his memorial.

Thank you for your patience!
Added by A Horan on Mar 24, 2017 1:50 PM
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