David L. Klassy

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I'm a disability early-retired music, technology, and physical educator, church musician, and acting small rural K-8 school counselor. I have worn many other hats in these and many other industries with the most treasured role as an honored dad to now three fantastic adult daughters. I'm also blessed with a LOT of quirks, especially for nit-picky details. I guess that comes with autism diagnoses only 43 years into life! So there's the warning; I used to motormouth but now I motor type to make up for it.

This is one self-prescribed way I am learning to manage my grief processes. I'm on here to do genealogy work that I enjoy but without having to pay to do it. Strangely, though, the longer I do this, and the more loved ones who pass or who I find, the more I memorialize. I am proud to have sponsored many of my beloved late family members' grave pages and try to make sure some flowers are left there.

While I do not actively seek memorial management when I suggest edits or contribute in other ways, I do appreciate being asked first, just in case someone else I know of would be more appropriate as that manager.

I'm a disability early-retired music, technology, and physical educator, church musician, and acting small rural K-8 school counselor. I have worn many other hats in these and many other industries with the most treasured role as an honored dad to now three fantastic adult daughters. I'm also blessed with a LOT of quirks, especially for nit-picky details. I guess that comes with autism diagnoses only 43 years into life! So there's the warning; I used to motormouth but now I motor type to make up for it.

This is one self-prescribed way I am learning to manage my grief processes. I'm on here to do genealogy work that I enjoy but without having to pay to do it. Strangely, though, the longer I do this, and the more loved ones who pass or who I find, the more I memorialize. I am proud to have sponsored many of my beloved late family members' grave pages and try to make sure some flowers are left there.

While I do not actively seek memorial management when I suggest edits or contribute in other ways, I do appreciate being asked first, just in case someone else I know of would be more appropriate as that manager.

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