|Heather Sanderson (#46621739)|
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Hi, I'm Heather. I was born in Mobile, Alabama and have lived all over the South,East and West Texas, Chicago, Hawaii and now Michigan. I have two grown children and two grandchildren. When I was in nursery school, way back in the early 1960s, we were taken on a field trip to the cemetery in Mobile where the yellow fever victims are buried. It was located outside of the old downtown library. It was such a fascinating visit that it created a lifelong passion for cemeteries that I have passed onto my kids. Here is a quote from a song that my son, Jesse shared with me. It's by Dave Matthews: "Grave digger, when you dig my grave, can you make it shallow, so that I can feel the rain?"|
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|Chet Wallace||RE: The Verrett family memorials|
Unfortunately the family is not receptive. I interviewed one of them and later they requested that I take photos of their relatives down from Facebook. I posted the photos here also but figured I leave them up until they tell me to take them down. They were highly upset with me for posting photos of their relatives on Facebook so I granted their wish. I thought it would be nice to memorialize them through photos but they didn't appreciate that. Can't help you any further.
|Mark Alberthal||David Silas|
You welcome for the flowers also. I saw his picture on the 'Honoring' when I was doing a search so I clicked on it.
|Mark Alberthal||Tammy Alberthal|
Hi Heather .... thanks for leaving the cruise ship on my wife's memorial. I miss hear lots but do continue to go to cruises with friends.
I looked at some of the sites I use to find obituaries but I didn't have any luck either. It mostly searches major newspapers (www.legacy.com). I also googled his name and didn't have any luck. You might try the funeral home that was used. Sometimes they keep them archived.
|Joy & Woody P.||joe pendleton|
joe has one on here, it is under Ivan joesph cook II. thank you
|Barbara Lintner||Good for you.|
I hope you do return to college, and I hope one of your subjects will have something to do with "writing" as you are very good. I think you would be an asset to any news paper or other media and they would be very lucky to have you. Good luck.
|Barbara Lintner||Message to you|
After reading the tribute you wrote for David, I went back and read all three of the ones you wrote, if you are not a writer you should be. You made each one of the three come to life for me, I know you miss them, my they RIP.
What a wonderful tribute to David Thomas, I can tell he was very special to you. I am sure he was very proud you were his Aunt. "Stars in your Crown".
|Lorna ||Thank You|
A note of thanks for the very touching sentiment left for my Dad...I know he would be so honored.
Blessings to you,
Added by Lorna on Aug 05, 2013 6:25 PM
The message you left for my dear son brought tears to my eyes. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Added by liz on Aug 05, 2013 2:08 PM
Thank you for the nice note that you left for my brother, Jim. I'm glad you read his story. :)
Added by hlcjnc on Jul 21, 2013 7:11 PM
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