Rosie of Royal Oak

Member for
13 years · 5 months · 11 days
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I reactivated my volunteer status Oct. 2013

I grew up and currently live in Royal Oak, MI. I graduated from Dondero High School and Oakland Community College. I am a proud Democrat!

I am the genealogist for my immediate family. I find a sense of gratification when I help people out with grave marker photos and obituary look ups (in my immediate community).

The primary surnames I am researching are:
French: Couture, Cloutier, Grenier
Finnish: Kaiponen, Moilanen

Please do not be offended, but for a number of reasons, including the volume of requests, I transfer memorials in accordance with Find A Grave's published guidelines. If you request a transfer, please be sure to include your relationship to the person who is the subject of the memorial. I cannot respond to transfer requests for all memorials with the same surname in a cemetery or to requests for a large number of memorials with the same surname.

If there are entries which need to be linked, please send the info to me via the correction/EDIT option or Suggest a Change (SAC) in the upper right corner and I will add the links. Also, if you would like me to add information to a memorial, please forward the relevant info via the SAC option for the quickest response.

If there is information in a memorial concerning a living person which you would like removed, please send me a request via the SAC option.

Please do not send transfer requests, relationship links or additional information for memorials via the public messages option. PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB LOCATED IN THE UPPER RIGHT CORNER OF THE MEMORIAL.

OBITUARIES: Find A Grave has updated its policy concerning the use of obituaries in memorials (See: "Can I add an obituary to my interment listing?" under the Frequently Asked Questions section). If you send a request asking that an obituary be added, please be sure to confirm in your message that you have complied with the policy or I will not be able to add it.

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