David G. Stuart

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Recognizing the importance of preserving memories and information about our loved ones, I find it imperative to document and share our stories. Failing to do so may result in the loss of valuable details about our family members. Platforms like Find-A-Grave provide me with the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for future generations, aiding them in their genealogy research.

In November 2001, I posted a message on Find-A-Grave, specifying my grave location in the Old Mission Mausoleum, where I had purchased space. In that message, I expressed my fascination with the mausoleum's history and its builder, "George Saxton" who dedicated 36 years to the project.

In May 2009, I received the exciting news that my application to have the Old Mission Mausoleum recognized on the National Register of Historic Places had been approved by the United States Department of the Interior.

Reflecting on my life in May 2017, I may not have left a significant impact on the world, but I've led a fulfilling life. With 56 years of marriage, two sons, and one grandson, I dedicated my career to teaching and administration in the Wichita Public School system. Now in retirement, I find joy in traveling. To those researching their family history, I extend my best wishes.

Last updated: March 2024. If this information is outdated by six months, you can find me at my Future Resting Location.

Find A Grave, serving as the County Keeper for Sedgwick County Cemeteries.

Recognizing the importance of preserving memories and information about our loved ones, I find it imperative to document and share our stories. Failing to do so may result in the loss of valuable details about our family members. Platforms like Find-A-Grave provide me with the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for future generations, aiding them in their genealogy research.

In November 2001, I posted a message on Find-A-Grave, specifying my grave location in the Old Mission Mausoleum, where I had purchased space. In that message, I expressed my fascination with the mausoleum's history and its builder, "George Saxton" who dedicated 36 years to the project.

In May 2009, I received the exciting news that my application to have the Old Mission Mausoleum recognized on the National Register of Historic Places had been approved by the United States Department of the Interior.

Reflecting on my life in May 2017, I may not have left a significant impact on the world, but I've led a fulfilling life. With 56 years of marriage, two sons, and one grandson, I dedicated my career to teaching and administration in the Wichita Public School system. Now in retirement, I find joy in traveling. To those researching their family history, I extend my best wishes.

Last updated: March 2024. If this information is outdated by six months, you can find me at my Future Resting Location.

Find A Grave, serving as the County Keeper for Sedgwick County Cemeteries.

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