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Karen, RDH (1973)

Dental

I am a Registered Dental Hygienist. I graduated from the Indiana University School of Dentistry in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1973 and began practicing that summer for Dr. James Overman. Our office was located in the Barton Medical Building in St. Marys, Ohio. Dr. William Duncan also worked there for a year in about 1974.  …

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Genealogy

Karen Miller Bennett, CGSM I am a Board-certified Genealogist, certified in 2003 by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.  Certification requires being examined by the BCG review committee and meeting the standards set forth by the BCG Board. I have also agreed to abide by the Board’s Code of Ethics. I do not take research …

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Karen

About Karen Welcome to Karen’s Chatt! I first want to thank our son Jeff, who set up this website for me as a birthday present in January 2011. I had talked about having a website for some time and he made it a reality. After creating the website he asked me what I wanted to …

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2 comments

  1. Brenda Stetler Johnson

    Hi Karen, I do not know if you remember me from high school, i am Nancy Stetler’s younger sister, graduating in 1971… I have just retired and am now working on my family tree…I do not know where to start! I have been gathering info on relatives most of the summer and have visited several cemeteries. I am puzzles as to why i cannot find a deceased infant aunt, Merle Stetler, who is buried in the Wren cemetery….She is not listed with all of the others that are buried in Wren.. Any idea who i should contact?

    thanks Karen! Brenda

    1. Karen

      Hi Brenda! Yes, I do remember you. Welcome to the world of genealogy. You will find that it is a fun and very addicting hobby. I was able to look at Merle Stetler’s death certificate on FamilySearch and you are correct. It stated that she was to be buried in Wren Cemetery. Have you walked through the cemetery or have you only checked indexes? If the tombstone is not there, it may not have survived or she may have had only a temporary marker. If other family members are buried there I would look near their gravestones and see if there is an unmarked plot. Some cemeteries also have an infant section. You might check that. Karen

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