Peggy Rocchio

Member for
10 years 25 days
Find a Grave ID
48016329

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PLEASE correspond by using the edit tab on the individual memorials to send updates, edits, corrections and suggestions. Thank you!

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Volunteering for Find a Grave by photographing area cemeteries, serving on an area cemetery board, working with several cemeteries' staff members, area Find a Grave volunteers, community members, organizations, family and friends is fulfilling and meaningful. The kind, caring and helpful contributors certainly out number any negative encountered.

Memorials are created as a remembrance for those before us with as accurate information as possible for generations to come...

**NOTE: Find A Grave Mission Statement

"Find a Grave's mission is to help people from all over the world work together to find, record and present final disposition information as a virtual cemetery experience.

At Find A Grave you'll find details about cemeteries and individual memorials for many people buried in those cemeteries. Memorials generally include birth, death and burial information and may include pictures, biographies, family information and more. Members can contribute what they know and can leave remembrances via 'virtual flowers' on the memorials they visit, completing the virtual cemetery experience."

PLEASE correspond by using the edit tab on the individual memorials to send updates, edits, corrections and suggestions. Thank you!

*NOTE: Memorials are created from original cemetery records, funeral home records, photographing cemetery headstones/markers, death records, military records and obituaries. Sources for bios include obituaries, United States Federal Census, birth records, official documents (as Wills), cemetery, death and public records. Other resources used are noted accordingly. That's not to say records do not have unintentional errors.

Volunteering for Find a Grave by photographing area cemeteries, serving on an area cemetery board, working with several cemeteries' staff members, area Find a Grave volunteers, community members, organizations, family and friends is fulfilling and meaningful. The kind, caring and helpful contributors certainly out number any negative encountered.

Memorials are created as a remembrance for those before us with as accurate information as possible for generations to come...

**NOTE: Find A Grave Mission Statement

"Find a Grave's mission is to help people from all over the world work together to find, record and present final disposition information as a virtual cemetery experience.

At Find A Grave you'll find details about cemeteries and individual memorials for many people buried in those cemeteries. Memorials generally include birth, death and burial information and may include pictures, biographies, family information and more. Members can contribute what they know and can leave remembrances via 'virtual flowers' on the memorials they visit, completing the virtual cemetery experience."

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