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It is not my intention to frustrate persons who desire all the facts on memorials, but of late (2012) I seem to have done so.

I made the choice early on to not include any living family members in a memorial. This is to protect them from possible identity theft. I will add the info if a family member requests that I do so, but only then.

I pray this explanation sheds some "light" onto the reasoning process of my memorial maintenance practices. I'm trying hard to be the very best "temporary guardian" that I can be.

Thank you and God Bless!

Update: There are new members (welcome to FAG) that are a bit harsh recently in my decision to omit living people from the memorials I presently manage. I am following FAG rules (even though some members have opted to include the full obit) and it seems right to me.
Creating Memorials: “refrain from adding information about living people”. I paraphrased from the list, but this section is the most pertinent for this subject. I am sorry if this confounds you in researching ancestry links. 9/29/2018

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