|Dan Ryan (#47117489)|
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I enjoy documenting graves so that others can find their loved ones more easier & accurately. For every memorial I enter, that's a memorial that has a chance of getting into the right hands of family or friends.|
Duplicates: It's never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please use the SAC and let me know.
Transfers: I am not one of those people who refuse to transfer in or out of guidelines. Ask and ye shall receive, unless you're one of those people who don't transfer out of guidelines.
Thanks to everyone who has sent encouraging and positive thoughts! I don't always have time to answer everyone back, but please know you too are appreciated.
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66,742 Memorials Added
66,249 Memorials Managed
7,714 Volunteer Photos Taken
62 Virtual Flowers
5 Virtual Cemeteries
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|Susan A. Redfern||Thank you for photo|
Thank you very much for the photo of Beulah Younglove Redfern's grave marker at Swan Lake Memory Gardens cemetery in Peoria.
|dd||RE: Dorothy Stauffer 150088730|
I hope you found a lot! Don't worry about it at all. Everyone is now in place, the living and the non-living. Thanks so much for your help.
Added by dd on Apr 23, 2017 7:59 PM
Thank you so very much.
Added by dd on Apr 23, 2017 7:31 PM
|Anthony Salerno||Frances Scavetta|
I am the nephew referred to in the post for Frances Scavetta. I'd appreciate your transferring the listing to me. (My first time making this request; I hope this is correct). Thank you!
|Rosalie ||Dorothy Lonteen|
Added by Rosalie on Apr 23, 2017 3:32 PM
|Patricia Williams Curry||Swan Lake Memory Gardens|
Dan, Thank you so much for the photo of the marker for Clyde Dean Connor. Photos make memorials so much nicer and are valuable tools for researchers. I appreciate your help and dedication to those who have gone before us. Pat
|J Landers||RE: #178244129|
Thanks Dan. It is so helpful for the genealogist doing research on the family in the future.
|Victoria ||Harry Coryell|
Thank you so much for the phot of Harry Coryell's headstone.
Added by Victoria on Apr 23, 2017 8:11 AM
|Paul T||Lois H Kauffman|
Once again you you came through for me!!! Thank for all the time you spend doing this.
Added by Paul T on Apr 23, 2017 5:46 AM
Kathryn Mahoney D’Urso, a woman of great heart, died on April 1, 2017 in North Andover, with her family by her side. Kay was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend, all roles to which she brought devotion, compassion, generosity and a quick and sometimes sharp wit. Kay’s inimitable personality and strong character left a lasting positive impact on all those around her. Kay was born in Haverhill, the youngest of seven children born to Irish immigrants, William J. and Catherine T. (Linehan) Mahoney. Kay lived with her family in Haverhill from her birth to her marriage, where, as the much younger sister of five surviving siblings, she received the undivided attention of her four brothers and her sister. Kay graduated from Haverhill High School and completed her education at the McIntosh Business College. In her early adulthood, Kay was a model and worked as an administrator at Western Electric Company in Haverhill. It was in these years that Kay’s sense of style and fashion was first exhibited and became legendary. In May of 1962 Kay married Stephen F. D’Urso II, of Lawrence. A large crowd of spectators gathered outside the church to get a glimpse of what Kathryn Mahoney would be wearing at her wedding. They resided together in Andover, where they raised four children and remained there for 48 years until her husband’s death in 2010. Their home was the gathering place, not only for the closely-knit D’Urso family but also for their four children’s friends whom always knew that Kay would tend to their every need. Thereafter, Kay lived with her daughter, Jodi, in close proximity to all of her children, who visited or called her every day. Kay enjoyed gourmet cooking, shopping, the beach and catching up on the latest gossip. Later in life, Kay travelled extensively home and abroad. The highlight of her international travels was to attend the 2006 Ryder Cup in Ireland, where Kay made the acquaintance of President George H.W. Bush.
Whether it was the President of the United States, or the waiter a local coffee shop, everyone always remembered Kay.
Kay was predeceased by her sister, the late Helen Bridget Ross, an infant sister, Nora Christina and her brothers, John D. Mahoney, Edward J. Mahoney, William F. Mahoney and James A. Mahoney. - See more at: http://obituaries.andovertownsman.com/story/kathryn-mahoney-d-urso-2017-901856772#sthash.aV5DLhRC.dpuf- See more at: http://obituaries.andovertownsman.com/story/kathryn-mahoney-d-urso-2017-901856772#sthash.aV5DLhRC.dpuf
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