Don Calhoun

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Find a Grave ID


I was raised in Altus & Lawton Oklahoma, and now live in Clinton Utah. I served in the United States Air Force from 1979-1999.

I completed a full photographic inventory of the following cemeteries:
---------DAVIS COUNTY UTAH---------
Clinton Cemetery, Cinton UT, Aug 2014
West Point Cemetery, West Point UT, Nov 2015
Syracuse Cemetery, Syracuse UT, Nov 2018

---------WEBER COUNTY UTAH---------
Lindquist Washington Heights Memorial Park - Ogden UT, Feb 2016
Lindquist Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch - South Ogden UT, Oct 2016
Uintah Cemetery - Uintah UT, Jul 2017
Evergreen Memorial Park - Ogden UT, Apr 2018
Roy Cemetery, Roy UT, Mar 2019.

A cemetery inventory is a time consuming, but worthwhile undertaking. Washington Heights Memorial Park in South Ogden Utah went from an pre-inventory population of 5,700, 68% photographed to 15,000, 95% photographed. This was a very satisfying achievement, benefitting the Ogden Utah people.
Thanks also to the Wonderful Find A Grave Contributors worldwide. GO GRAVERS-GO..........

I hope there are Find A Grave office cubicles when we go to Heaven---Wouldn't That Be Neat?

You'll be surprised to find that there are several million Find A Grave contributors, and we all do different jobs.

Some people do Quality Control.
I do full cemetery, (photographic inventories).
Some people do research & family linking.
Other people satisfy Photo Requests.
Most people input Electronic Obituaries.
Some people skedaddle around the Find A Grave website, spreading Flowers and Happiness.

We all do different jobs, but somehow - We as a Find A Grave Family, are very productive and just get stuff done.

I stumbled upon the Sweetest Child in the Washington Heights Memorial Park, Ogden Utah, and she needs lots of Love. As a Find A Grave Family, let Dani Lyn know that she is a special child.

Hey People: There is a recent Glitch in Find A Grave that flips Gravestone photos. Email me if you see any of my gravemarker s like this? 7 Feb 2021

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