|Dave Robinson (#48113386)|
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Some of us measure our lives in decades, others? mere days, or hours, or minutes. Some never get a chance. I hope that time never forgets any of us.|
My name is Dave, I am an honorably discharged United States Marine as is my wife Stephanie. I enjoy gardening, photography, history and geneology. I love the stories behind the lives and the memories of all we come in contact with.
Photo volunteer with primary focus on Fort Snelling National Cemetery
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National Cemetery Gravesite Locator to lookup cemetery, gravesite plot locations and information for veterans and their loved ones.
VOLUNTEER PHOTO NOTES: The photos that I take of memorials are yours, they are for you. You do not need to ask my permission to use them. You can use them wherever and for whatever you wish.
Please take a moment to visit:
Candy's dad Leonard Eugene "Gumps" Wahl Riley
I just lost a good friend, suddenly, to cancer, please visit Chuck
Charles John "Chuck" Rogers
and now another good friend to MS
My great-great grandfather-
PVT William Robinson - Company H - 14th Iowa Infantry
Tony Ray Brattin
United States Army - Served in Viet Nam, buddy of Steve Edquist
Sgt Lee Henderson Manning United States Army -
remains recently identified and repatriated from North Korea, where he died as a POW in 1951.
Arnold Bellis United States Army, World War II
PFC Joseph Patrick McKnight, USMC - KIA in Viet Nam
Pvt John Sophus Hansen Jr, USMC
B'nai Emet Cemetery, Richfield, MN, is completed.
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|B.J. Waters||Lee Manning|
Hi Dave. The counseler stopped me in the hallway and told me that no family member has returned her calls regarding Lee's headstone. So she hasn't dropped the ball or anything; just hasn't heard back. It doesn't look like anyone will ever get back to her. So I don't suppose a headstone will be ordered until the other family member who will be buried with him passes away. This cemtery only allows one headstone per lot, so they can't give him a military headstone and then add another one at a later date.
All I can do is keep checking back and hope that someone makes contact.
|Cynthia R. Von Fange||Wrong Cemetery|
I believe you have Viola June Peterson Anderson listed as being buried in the wrong cemetery. You have her in Six Mile Grove Cemetery in Swift County Minnesota which is south of Benson. I believe in reading her obituary she should be listed in the other Six Mile Grove Cemetery in Lyle, MN.
Cindy Von Fange
|B.J. Waters||Update re Lee Manning|
I talked with the counselor today in person. The record does not reflect that the next of kin ordered a military marker through the V.A. In my presence, the counselor placed a call to the next of kin (a sister) who apparently is not the "owner" of record on the lot where Lee is buried, and is therefore not the one who would actually order a marker. The sister did not know why a marker was not ordered but was said she would check on it. The sister is elderly (in her 80's I would guess) and has probably not been back here to visit.
Complicating this is the fact that the lot was purchased as a "double" so that someone else will in the future be buried with Lee. That person may not want a military marker.
The surviving persons' names were kept private.
For now, I've done all I can do. I can only check back with the counselor to see if the sister calls back. I certainly hope she does!
I stressed to the counsel that it was important that Lee not ever be forgotten again. She completely agrees with me.
I will keep in touch with you on this matter. Believe me, I feel as strongly about this as you do.
|Sandy Anderson||RE: PFC Clarence G. Green, USA|
Sorry it took so long to thank you. Thanks it means a lot to me. Take care
|B.J. Waters||RE: Lee Henderson Manning - Inglewood Park|
Usually, someone has to pay for the "setting fee" and I'm working with a memorial counselor to see if the fee can be waived. She was on vacation through the 18th of April but I haven't had a chance to go and talk to her since then. I think if we all raise a raucous about this, he will surely get the headstone he deserves. As an Army vet myself, I was very disappointed every time I went back to the location only to find there was still no marker.
Keep in touch.
I will try again to get a photo of his headstone, but I doubt if one has been set, based on the experience that I've had with this one in the past, as well as another volunteer, B.J. Waters, who has also tried several times. It seems that there was never a military headstone ordered for him. What a shame, after what the poor man went through in a POW camp in Korea.
Added by Jean on Mar 31, 2017 10:10 AM
|Misty Dawn||Leonard Hess|
Thank you for the photo of Leonard's headstone.
|D.AZ||Carrie (Hendrickson) & Joseph La Course|
Thanks so much for posting the grave marker photos.
Added by D.AZ on Mar 06, 2017 10:21 PM
|Dominique Potier||Robert J Panter # 1058666|
Same thoughts about him ... thinking he was also a 11th Airborne, 511PIR .
|Dominique Potier||Paul Schmidt # 1159029|
Thinking he was an 11th Airborne, 511PIR during the WW2 ... if you find his obit one day ...
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