Bonnie Bricker Smith

Member for
14 years 8 months 29 days
Find a Grave ID
46981648

Bio

I welcome any and all updates to my memorials, and I appreciate your time to do so. This is a great website to help those who are looking for loved ones that have passed on. I'm human, and make mistakes, so I happily accept any corrections you may suggest to be accurate. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent Find a Grave privacy recommendations, I would suggest you refrain from posting photos of death certificates to memorials. There is sensitive information on them that really doesn't add to the memorial. You can add information through the edit button and you are welcome to make reference to the death certificate number if someone wants to look it up on their own.
The cemetery I call my "home" cemetery is Strang's Cemetery at South Mountain. I grew up there and most of my family members have been laid to rest there. It's a very special place for me. I've also done extensive work on Green Hill Cemetery in Waynesboro starting in the early 80's and Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Quincy. Working with Find a Grave is a labor of love for me. I don't go for 'quantity', but for 'quality'. I'm always happy to add any information you may have to offer on the lives of our deceased loved ones, and I thank you for your time to do so. I'm in the process of editing and adding additional information to my memorials. It's important to add information so those seeking their lost loved ones can learn more about their life. Alex Haley once said, "Every time an old person dies, it's like a library burning down." We need to preserve their stories. . . . . . .

"God Bless us all. . . . .and may you find your loved ones among our labors. . . . ."

I welcome any and all updates to my memorials, and I appreciate your time to do so. This is a great website to help those who are looking for loved ones that have passed on. I'm human, and make mistakes, so I happily accept any corrections you may suggest to be accurate. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent Find a Grave privacy recommendations, I would suggest you refrain from posting photos of death certificates to memorials. There is sensitive information on them that really doesn't add to the memorial. You can add information through the edit button and you are welcome to make reference to the death certificate number if someone wants to look it up on their own.
The cemetery I call my "home" cemetery is Strang's Cemetery at South Mountain. I grew up there and most of my family members have been laid to rest there. It's a very special place for me. I've also done extensive work on Green Hill Cemetery in Waynesboro starting in the early 80's and Mt. Zion Cemetery, near Quincy. Working with Find a Grave is a labor of love for me. I don't go for 'quantity', but for 'quality'. I'm always happy to add any information you may have to offer on the lives of our deceased loved ones, and I thank you for your time to do so. I'm in the process of editing and adding additional information to my memorials. It's important to add information so those seeking their lost loved ones can learn more about their life. Alex Haley once said, "Every time an old person dies, it's like a library burning down." We need to preserve their stories. . . . . . .

"God Bless us all. . . . .and may you find your loved ones among our labors. . . . ."

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