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From: "June Ramsey" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Feels like home & saying thanks
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 11:30:16 -0500
Good job Marsha hit the nail on the head as the old saying goes. I for one
shut alot of bull you probably get tired of some times, guess every one
thinks i can't be serious , but Lord knows i can when it's needed. I have
gotten so much info on my familie's, especially from Vera who has furnished
so many obit. that i would have never gotten at all which i am so thankfull
for "Thanks Vera" and alot of others have sent alot too.
We do have a great bunch of folks that are so good to help out. Good thing
about we find out what good food we all cook, where we go "some times" , our
aches and pains, especially when some one is sick or in need of Prayer we
have that too.
Sum it all up folks you just can't beat this list right? It is a ++++ all
the way. Junebug
P.S. Marsha nothing wrong with a soap opera now and then Huh!.LOL!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marsha Boles" <>
Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 10:39 AM
Subject: [ARIZARD] Feels like home & saying thanks
> Many things make this list unique. From morning coffee times to signing
out with notes like "snowing in up north." I appreciate folks saying they
knew someone or worked with them after an obit is printed. Lots of little
> Then there are the folks with a wealth of resources that do look-ups on
request and just because they are fine folks helping out. New and old obits
come in from several sources
> and who hasn't benefited from those? There are folks so thoughtful too,
they send little notes personally to you that tell you some important detail
(like a suicide) that family doesn't need to be assaulted with in this
> Sharing websites and links to other resources are common. Seems like some
folks are gifted with ferreting these out. Others are contributors to major
sites and timidly make references to their outstanding works.
> Must say too, I do appreciate accurate subject lines too. Just a little
courtesy to us all. I don't subscribe to other list (visit archives), but
know others belong to several and sure does help when time is limited. Work,
life and family sure can interfere with your time.
> Humor is important and so is spirituality on this list.
> We even have a great list mom that lets these things flow naturally.
> Thank you ALL for all you do.
> Gettin' off my soap box.
> Just glad to be here.
> --- On Thu, 9/24/09, Jean M Cuevas <> wrote:
> Hi Rick,
> Well, I do appreciate all that you have contributed. Not sure why
> anyone wouldn't come back to say Thank You....strange. A good
> reminder to all of us how important it is to let people know that
> they are appreciated, while it's in our power to do so.
> At 06:57 PM 9/23/2009, you wrote:
> Hi Jean,
> My pleasure. I don't say too much on the list as a rule but when I do it's
usually a long one! I am amazed though that I rarely get any response back
form folks telling me thanks like you just did. There have been a couple of
folks who wanted info on their relatives WWII or Civil War service, which I
researched and then provided them, but never heard back to let me know they
ahd rec'd it. Even when I check with them a second time, no answer. Oh
well.....such is life! lol
> Rick Lawrence - Tulsa
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