Hi, I'm Suzie. I became interested in genealogy in 2007 after my father died.
I live in Austin, TX, with my husband and our two kidlets. I enjoy riding my dirt bikes (yz250f & ttr225), learning digital photography (Nikon D90), genealogy, exploring cemeteries, and reading. I've been using my iPhone X to take grave photos and it's working a treat. Please contact me if you'd like higher quality photos with my D90.
Feel free to send corrections and/or add photos to any memorial I maintain. Thank you for any contribution you care to make. I can't tell you how much I appreciate everyone's assistance and input. I do try to credit contributors in the memorial bios with links to their Find A Grave profiles. Death certificates are welcome.
If you would like to maintain a memorial I have created, please leave me a message or use the "edit - suggest a correction" option. I am open to transferring memorials to anyone who is in any way related to, or friends of the deceased. Or if you are investigating a particular family line, feel free to ask for a transfer. I try to add as much information as I can to each memorial I create. If I can't add anything else, I'm happy to transfer to someone who might be able to add more.
Sadly, I have to add this caveat to my transfer policy. I will happily transfer to family members or researchers who are willing to transfer to family members who request it. If you maintain more memorials than you have created but you ask for transfers of people unrelated to you and I can see in your history that you have refused to transfer an uncle to a niece or a friend to a friend I will not transfer to you unless it's within the four-generation rule. I will happily update memorials and credit you for the information. But I am NOT going to deny a family member a transfer just because they are out of the four-generation rule.
Please consider leaving a flower for my favorite musician, Chris Cornell. His music influenced my life greatly, especially during my teenage years and early 20s. He was very caring toward his fans. He sang happy birthday to me from stage during his first solo tour. My dad was so tired of hearing about Chris when I was a teen, he called him "Chris Cornball" to tease me. If there is a heaven, I hope my dad got to meet Chris.