Happy New Year!

Let the family tree grow and prosper in 2015!

The post on Lucie Kegler below may serve as an example of how we can go about submitting material for our family tree project. Please note that you can contribute stories, pictures, and documents on any person on the family tree as often as you like. To facilitate the placement into the various branches, please identify the item by providing first and last name, chart, and generation numeral. For example, the post on Aunt Lucie below uses the title: Lucie Kegler – Chart II a – II. Each family related post is then being transferred to its proper page, while its corresponding branch is being updated. To try out the example below, click the menu item ‘Our Family’ and then click on the Kegler Family to view the changes.

Please send your contributions by email. Also feel free to ask me any question you might still have.

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Lucie Kegler – Chart II a – II

Aunt Lucie

We show our kindness in different ways. I remember Aunt Lucie as that someone special who would take the time to listen to me. At the time I met her I was still in high school. On our walks I would tell her little stories, jokes, and humorous puzzles, some of which I passed on 50 years later to our grandson Mateo. (One puzzle was about catching a crocodile equipped only with an old newspaper, an empty matchbox, a telescope and  a pair of tweezers.) When you are a teenager, you are craving the most for acceptance and recognition. Aunt Lucie’s laughter in response to my stories, her genuine interest in what I had to say, her humorous deportment, helped bridge the generation gap and were balm to my soul. Read More