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Robert Adrian

Member for
13 years 5 months 8 days
Find a Grave ID
47144340
Memorial ID
189537516
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Oldest of four children; born Port Huron, Michigan, 02/12/1943; childhood and high school year in Yale, Michigan; studied at Dr. Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minnesota, for elementary-junior high teaching in WELS parochial school; taught in Wonewoc and Baraboo Wisconsin, Tawas City, Michigan; moved to Milwaukee in 1983 and joined staff at Northwestern Publishing (WELS publishing ministry), Retired 04/ 2007. Married 1970, four children. Amateur genealogist since 1960's for my parental families Adrian, Hinkley, Horn, Quade, Drader and Garnet; and my wife's parental families Houghton and Cohoe. Have family tree on ancestry.com with name "Adrian-Houghton"

Find-A-Grave member since Jun. 20 2009, after moving to Assisted Care. Contributor for family and friends obits from Rogers City, Port Huron, Yale-Capac, and Tawas City (all in Michigan); for Wonewoc, LaValle, Reedsburg, Baraboo, Lancaster, Cassville, Beetown, Patch Grove (all in Wisconsin); and Norfolk, Nebraska.

If you find a family member's memorial that I have entered, I will gladly transfer that memorial to your account. However, if you are a family member of either myself or my wife, you must be of nearer relation ship than we.

I am of the old fashion kind having been taught to use titles of respect, especially "Mrs." for married women. However, I recognize that this is not a term use by the younger generation. If I have entered a close FAMILY member of your including that title, I will gladly at your preferences accept your "edit" to remove it.

I also believe it is most respectful for the deceased to include more that just a name or dates, sometimes even without locations. When I enter a memorial I will do my best to not only include full name (and nickname and/or maiden name when available) birth and death locations, a brief bio/obit of the deceased as credited to a funeral home or newspaper, and links to family members if possible. Errors may occur and if you find please use the "Edit" on the memorial to correct or update and information.

Happy searching for all the skeletons in your closet so that they may not be forgotten for future generations.

Oldest of four children; born Port Huron, Michigan, 02/12/1943; childhood and high school year in Yale, Michigan; studied at Dr. Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minnesota, for elementary-junior high teaching in WELS parochial school; taught in Wonewoc and Baraboo Wisconsin, Tawas City, Michigan; moved to Milwaukee in 1983 and joined staff at Northwestern Publishing (WELS publishing ministry), Retired 04/ 2007. Married 1970, four children. Amateur genealogist since 1960's for my parental families Adrian, Hinkley, Horn, Quade, Drader and Garnet; and my wife's parental families Houghton and Cohoe. Have family tree on ancestry.com with name "Adrian-Houghton"

Find-A-Grave member since Jun. 20 2009, after moving to Assisted Care. Contributor for family and friends obits from Rogers City, Port Huron, Yale-Capac, and Tawas City (all in Michigan); for Wonewoc, LaValle, Reedsburg, Baraboo, Lancaster, Cassville, Beetown, Patch Grove (all in Wisconsin); and Norfolk, Nebraska.

If you find a family member's memorial that I have entered, I will gladly transfer that memorial to your account. However, if you are a family member of either myself or my wife, you must be of nearer relation ship than we.

I am of the old fashion kind having been taught to use titles of respect, especially "Mrs." for married women. However, I recognize that this is not a term use by the younger generation. If I have entered a close FAMILY member of your including that title, I will gladly at your preferences accept your "edit" to remove it.

I also believe it is most respectful for the deceased to include more that just a name or dates, sometimes even without locations. When I enter a memorial I will do my best to not only include full name (and nickname and/or maiden name when available) birth and death locations, a brief bio/obit of the deceased as credited to a funeral home or newspaper, and links to family members if possible. Errors may occur and if you find please use the "Edit" on the memorial to correct or update and information.

Happy searching for all the skeletons in your closet so that they may not be forgotten for future generations.

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