|Jeanne Biebel (#46923875)|
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I have been photographing grave sites at Allouez Catholic Cemetery for nearly 50 years.|
I fulfill photo requests mainly for Allouez Catholic Cemetery & Chapel Mausoleum. Photos are taken professionally with a NIKON camera (never with a cell phone camera). I take the time to wait for the right weather and lighting, remove debris from around the monument and take the very best photo possible. I do not tarnish the peaceful beauty or disturb the reverence of the grave site by adding dates, times or any other text to my photos, and you will never see my reflection in the monument or my shadow over the grave site or monument. Each photo is a work of art and labor of love done with as much respect for your family member as I would want for my own.
I will add the cemetery or mausoleum section location of the grave or crypt in the caption below the photo. My personal comments are not appropriate on your family profiles, so I will not post personal comments to the caption like "Rest in Peace John Smith" (because anyone could have a relative they do not wish that for).
Whenever possible I will post two photos, one from a distance, and one that is close-up of the memorial monument or crypt front. If there is a Military/Veteran's monument present, I will add a photo of that, also.
THANK YOU to all who've kindly submitted edits or transfers.
TRANSFERS, CORRECTIONS, LINK REQUESTS: Please make any transfer requests, corrections, or family linkage requests via the Edit tab on the memorial and include the profile number in your request. I will be happy to transfer management of a profile if I am not a relative of the deceased.
PERSONAL PEEVES: (1) Please call it what it is. It is NOT a tombstone, not a headstone, not a marker, it is a MEMORIAL MONUMENT.
(2) Unnecessary close-up photos of names/dates. Find A Grave allows you to click on each photo to enlarge it up to three times, so it is a waste of time and profile space to add a close-up of the engraved name and dates. Some on Find A Grave do this, and it just takes up limited space you could use to add photos of the deceased or other memorabilia. You can only add five photos or other memorabilia before you have to pay Find A Grave to add more.
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|Daniel Allen||RE: Earle/Robb/Adams - Woodlawn|
No, I am not related to either the Adams or Robb families. I was doing some obituary searches on newspapers.com and came across Alma. When I looked her up, I saw the Robb family connection and got interested, especially when I saw that the two young children died on the same day. Do you know if they were victims of the cholera epidemic of that period?
Is it okay if I go ahead and send you transcriptions of other family members, if I come across them in my searches?
|JAL||RE: Anna and Anton Christ|
No worries. Working on things today and may find someone else to add. All good! :)
Added by JAL on Mar 26, 2017 6:54 AM
|Melissa Cox||RE: Ludwig and Lois Ott|
Thank you, Jeanne!
|MRS||Earl and John Dekeyser|
Thank you so much for the headstone pictures for both Earl and John Dekeyser. I really appreciate them!
Added by MRS on Mar 19, 2017 1:07 PM
|Deb Krueger||Lloyd/Mildred Van Rite|
Thank you so much for the photos!
|Danielle Green||RE: Eugene & Helen Kelly and Dale VanErmen|
No rush for these, but thanks for the update.
|George Colclough Jr||Jourdain|
Thank you for the great pictures! Really well done and great to see. Thank you for very much for your time and effort!
|Beverly Dunn||Elmer Gulseth 1912 - 1975|
Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI, Resurrection Shrine Section, Find A Grave Memorial# 89348699. Thank you, Jeanne, for your response to my photo request. Your time and dedication is truly appreciated.
|Sue Baddley||RE: Mr. and Mrs. Bugni|
Thank you. That would be most helpful. Sue
|Diane Lohff||Joseph Hoslet|
Thank you for the picture of Joseph's marker. As always, I appreciate your efforts. Diane
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