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Old 07-13-2007, 10:36 PM
 
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Sorry, I havent been following this discussion a lot lately. I don't know who manages the cemetary now days, and since my dad moved to Pratt, I don't even have anyone I can call easily to check. I hope you found the info you needed though. It's not a very large cemetary, only about a block in size, and not all full.

I have been checking on putting a house on the family property, and since va/hud won't pay for a stick built (frome the ground up) house, I guess I'll be putting a 16x80 trailer house on the lot. Because of the new building code I'll have to put a full foundation under it (it's going to cost about 4-5,000), plus the cost of the house (41-45k for the models I'm looking at). I'm sending my resume to the city hoping to get a job with the city or county.
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Old 08-20-2007, 11:58 AM
 
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...I had a chocolate shake and she had a 400. *sigh*
What is a 400? Just curious.
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Old 04-29-2008, 07:43 AM
 
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Just wanted to let you know, the cemetery was not touched amazingly. My aunt is buried in the cemetery so that was one of the first questions that came from me. I was raised for part of my childhood in Greensburg and visited every once in a while.. haven't been back since the tornado, but most of my family has.. but they are airing a program called Destroyed in Seconds: Greensburg, KS on May 4th if you would like to tune in.
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Old 07-30-2008, 12:32 PM
 
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Don't know if anyone is still reading this but I was wondering if the Wetzels still lived in Greensburg when this happened? They're my distant cousins. I grew up in Kinsley, went to high school in Coldwater and Protection (graduated 1975 from p.h.s) and played football and wrestling against Greensburg. I always liked that town and pray that they are successful in the rebuild. God bless you all.
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