|Greg Putman (#48163897)|
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|I am an artist and musician, having played in several professional touring bands throughout my life. I enjoy travelling, and have been fortunate to have been able to travel a lot here in the USA, as well as spend a lot of time abroad in Europe, Asia, and South America. I greatly enjoy the medieval cathedrals in Europe, as well as walking through cemeteries, as I find peace in these things. I am also a Roman history buff, and greatly enjoy the historical sites in Rome and around Europe. I am available to photo graves in the Las Vegas area, where I am currently living and working in the nursing field (mostly with people who have Parkinson's Disease). Let me know if you have any request. Thank you|
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13 Volunteer Photos Taken
5 Virtual Flowers
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|Steve||Photo For Leo|
Great job on the marker photo for Leo The Tortoise.
Thanks, Steve in Fort Wayne.
Added by Steve on Feb 15, 2014 9:15 AM
Thanks so much for taking time to try to locate this headstone. Your efforts are appreciated.
Added by SuezieQ on Feb 07, 2014 5:51 PM
|Pioneersearcher||# 33862981Laddie C Stierwalt|
Thank you for photographing & posting all of the markers for him.
|Pioneersearcher||# 92057910 Lieut Charles A Stierwalt|
Thank you for photographing & posting his stone.
|Tony Chiofolo||Mione memorial.|
Thank you so much for this photo. My family truly appreciates this.
Thanks so much for the photo Of William H Acklin's headstone.
Added by SBrown on Sep 03, 2013 10:30 PM
|Donna Ormsbee Hayden||RE: Dorthea Ormsbee|
I won't hold you to it but if you do find it, you'll get another BIG THANKS and a BIG THANKS for trying even if you don't find it.
|Donna Ormsbee Hayden||Thank You!!!!!|
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO TAKE A PHOTO AND POST IT. IT MEANS VERY MUCH TO ME!
|Donna Ormsbee Hayden||Dorthea Ormsbee|
Thank you so much for the Photo. Dorthea is my Great Aunt. I remember her most for her dalmation and pet turtles. Uncle Oren and Aunt Dorthea had a son, my cousin, John David Ormsbee who was in an explosion in Henderson in the 70s and died shortly thereafter. We have never been able to locate his burial site or death records so if you happen to run across his gravestone in you photo taking, I would love the info and a photo.
THANK YOU, AGAIN
Donna Ormsbee Hayden - email@example.com
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