Vaughan Mavir

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10 years · 10 months · 1 day
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Hi all,
If you know me you will know for the last couple of years I have been having some medical issues.
Well the good news is in Dec 2019 I had a Nevro HF10 Spinal stimulator implanted in my back, this was after all other types of treatments were no longer giving me pain relief. The implant has been a roaring success and I am now off all my opioid medications and several others as well, I can now function again and although I am still building up strength after years of limited mobility and pain I have now got back into FAG and am catching up with my backlog of Veteran work.

I am a retired Royal Navy Vet and UK Police Officer now living in Pueblo Colorado. I am retired and needed a project to keep my mind active so started with FAG initially in a small way. I am creating a file of Military Vets in the Special Collection at the Pueblo Library.
I work with a number of local FAG members who I am very grateful for their help. We have a good team of volunteers in the Pueblo area and the recording of local cemeteries has been spectacular over the last 3 or 4 years.
We are all human and have our weaknesses so please don't be rude to us we will help as much as we can as we can. For those who look at numbers of memorials created against numbers managed please don't be judge mental on occasions we have members who have to downsize their holdings and rather than surrender them to FAG prefer to transfer them to other members, I myself have collected a number of memorials this way and I treat all the memorials as if they were always mine and honor and respect the memory of the ones who have gone before us. As a final remark if at first I do not respond to a query or question please try again the system is not flawless and sometimes messages go astray I do not ignore people (if you upset me I will tell you politely) then work with you. Have a great day and for those looking for lost relatives keep checking we are adding them as fast as we can.

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