holly and don stickles

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For whoever I take pictures for, you are welcome to use them however you wish. You do not need to ask my permission. I don't want to manage any memorials at this time. I just enjoy helping the people who send me request. I have received a lot of info from the find a grave program for my family trees. When I send you the pictures, they are yours, MY GIFT YO YOU.
I have been working on cemeteries in White Co., Illinois. I grew up in Monroe co., Indiana. I still have family members living there. So I do visit often. Any request for that area, just let know. If I send you a family picture, without a memorial already made, I do not need credit for taking the picture. To all the thank you's I receive, you are very welcome. My friends think I am crazy, but I love walking through cemeteries, to help others with their family members. The memorials that I add I am very willing to transfer to anyone who would like to have them. I just feel that everyone should be remembered.

For whoever I take pictures for, you are welcome to use them however you wish. You do not need to ask my permission. I don't want to manage any memorials at this time. I just enjoy helping the people who send me request. I have received a lot of info from the find a grave program for my family trees. When I send you the pictures, they are yours, MY GIFT YO YOU.
I have been working on cemeteries in White Co., Illinois. I grew up in Monroe co., Indiana. I still have family members living there. So I do visit often. Any request for that area, just let know. If I send you a family picture, without a memorial already made, I do not need credit for taking the picture. To all the thank you's I receive, you are very welcome. My friends think I am crazy, but I love walking through cemeteries, to help others with their family members. The memorials that I add I am very willing to transfer to anyone who would like to have them. I just feel that everyone should be remembered.

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