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David E. CochranAug 16, 2022DAVID E. COCHRAN, age 74, of Louisville, went home on Monday August 15, 2022. He was born in Canton on April 4, 1948 to the late Max and Jean (Hostetler) Cochran, graduated from Lake High School and attended Heidelberg College. He was an Air Force Veteran serving during Vietnam War Era. David worked as a carpenter for Limbach Contractors and continued his custom carpentry retiring from Wadsworth Sash & Door. He was a longtime member of Werner United Methodist Church serving in many capacities and remembered for his special solos.

Isaac Hayes To Be Continued Rar

Born in Canton, Ohio to Geraldine (Kiko) and Gary L. Lautzenheiser. She graduated from Louisville School (Louisville, OH) and R.G. Drage Vocational School in Massillon, OH in 1996. She continued her education by graduating from English Nanny School. in Euclid, OH, as a professional nanny. She acquired a job with a family in Connecticut for several years, then moved to Pennsylvania and worked with another family. She enjoyed her work with the children.

After the war, Carmen returned to Louisville and worked at Republic Steel. He took an early retirement in 1972 and became a full-time carpenter. During his eighties, he continued to help friends with home improvement projects and to assist his wife with her craft business. He remained active into his mid-nineties in his workshop where he enjoyed building furniture and toys for his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Carmen was a member of VFW Post 3747 where he was well known for assisting with their finish carpentry and remodeling.

I am still using FTM 2005, although I purchased the 2011 upgrade back in the day. It took me hours on the phone with their help line to finally get my 100,000+ names to transfer, and when they did transfer, all familial connections were lost. For example, my name and those of my parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, etc. were transferred along with accompanying vital statistics, etc., but none of us were linked as related. In other words, the names transferred, but not the relationships. Every name was now a stand alone name, unconnected to any other name in the database. FTM could not figure out how to correct the problem, so I have just continued using my 2005 version. I am concerned that I may encounter the same problem with the 2014 version. If I download the 2014 version at the Mackiev link you have provided, will I still be able to access my 2005 version if the 2014 version has the same problem?


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