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To pay the bills I'm an Electronics Technician by day. I like to play around with computer programming, work at learning to use my digital cameras (Sony DSC-F828 and Sony DSLR A350), enter obituary information from the local paper into "Obituary Depot", do a little genealogy, watch some good SciFi (Star Trek, Stargate, Fringe, Sanctuary, and etc), and now getting pictures of Headstones at local cemeteries for other people. Several years ago I told my wife we needed to get pictures and GPS locations of all our family graves, because our kids wouldn't have a clue of where to find more than a few graves. So here I am taking pictures of headstones and providing GPS locations for other people, who can not travel to the many different locations their family members have moved to and made their home.

My pictures of headstones are cropped and sized to maximize resolution and meet Find-A-Grave size requirements. On the Memorial page click on the headstone picture once to see an enlarged view and then click on the enlarged view to get a maximum resolution picture. Displayed below the enlarged picture is the GPS location and the date the picture was taken.

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