Born and reared in Michigan, only child of Theodore and Elizabeth Ferency, married to the world's greatest husband, have three fabulous kids, FIVE wonderful grandkids and a precious great-granddaugher.
Hobbies: family tree research, reading, painting, gardening, restoring/coloring photos. (I do it for free; contact me if you have a photo for me to restore.)
I try not to manage more memorials than I have added, so I am usually happy to transfer memorials for any reason.
Family lines which interest me are:
If I have contributed something to a page and you wish it to be removed, you just have to ask. If I am contributing something, it is only out of a desire to help the family of the departed.
If I do not use the "edit" key when I send update info on people, it is because it contains information that there is no space for other than in the bio section, such as occupation, how they died, and the names of parents who are not on FaG.
If one is dedicated to adding info to memorials, you get to the point where FaG makes you jump thru hoops to contact the page manager via the edit tab to "prove you are not a robot". You have to identify photos, sometimes several times over. When I get to that point, I just add the info with a flower. They also changed something so you can't really email them, either. (Takes you to microsoft office outlook, which I don't have an account with and cannot use.) Don't gripe at me, gripe at FaG. Ain't nobody got time for that.
Also, beware of the FaG "policy" that you can add obits if you follow copyright laws. They threatened to kick me off for adding them, even when they were pre 1923 or if I had written permission from the publisher.
It seems that Find a Grave didn't think the rest of what I added here was worthwhile, as it as been removed. Sad that a site that has been built on the work of others has no respect for them.