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5:07am 01-11-2019
Michelle Wright
So impressed by your photos and post cards. Thank you for sharing!!!
8:08pm 01-04-2019
Gary E Campbell
7:59pm 01-04-2019
Gary E Campbell
This is a photo of My Great Grandfather John F Campbell at His wagon shop on Charles Street Saint Joseph 1895.I'm trying to find decendant's of My Great Grandfather....where exactly was this structure and does it still exist to date ?
12:34pm 01-03-2019
Genivieve Harvey was a 1960 graduate of the Convent of the Sacred Heart.
Winkelman, Genevieve A. Harvey 1941-2019

Genevieve A. Winkelman, 77, St. Joseph, passed away Tuesday, January 1, 2019, at Mosaic Life Care, St. Joseph.
She was born November 24, 1941, to William R. and Martha L. (Conroy) Harvey, in St. Joseph. Genevieve graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart in 1960.
She married Daniel Owen Winkelman on May 10, 1997.
Genevieve retired from Shelter Insurance Companies after 19 years.
She was a member of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, the Ladies Altar Society, the Companions of the Precious Blood and the St. Francis Book Club.
Genevieve was preceded in death by: her parents; and brothers-in-law, William Moore, Richard Salewicz, Jack Schmidt and Bill Winkelman.
Survivors include: her husband; sons, Steven D. Hall and Michael L. Hall, both of St. Joseph; step-daughters, Wendy A. Green (Glenn), Dyer, Indiana, and Brandy J. Shaban, St. Joseph; grandchildren, Shawna Hoffman, Sherrie Ortega, Jesse Hall, Stephanie Hall and Lucy Green; seven great-grandchildren; sisters, Rita A. Moore, St. Joseph, Teresa R. Salewicz, Carmel, Indiana, and Victoria J. Schmidt, Fort Worth, Texas; sister-in-law, Versie King, St. Joseph; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Farewell Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church.
Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Parish Rosary: 5 p.m. Friday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory, where the family will gather with friends 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory.
Flowers are appreciated, and for those wishing to make a contribution, the family requests they be made to the St. Francis House of Bread.
8:44pm 01-02-2019
Such fun and brings back wonderful memories. Thank you for compiling these photos and descriptions. Next time I’m back in St. Joe will use the site to drive your route. Central Vlass of 1972
9:18pm 12-29-2018
Debra Deatherage
WOW thank u so very much. I would like to see the old St Joseph Hospital I was born at in 1955 and my dads work at Armours
1:02pm 12-22-2018
Jerry Jensen
Thank you for the memories. My Dad was Les Jensen and I don't have any pictures of the New Yorker. If you have any more or know where to get some Please let me know.
8:49pm 12-19-2018
Donna Brewer
Terrific research and great visuals. I just finished a course on the History of Railroading - your site would have been a wonderful resource. I will visit again and again. Thanks.
6:33pm 12-02-2018
Ron Hamm
Pretty Cool site a lot of neat memorabilia .
2:52pm 12-02-2018
Angela Nitti Kunzler
I grew up and spent a huge portion of my life at 6007 king hill ave. Great seeing all the places I remember here. Thank you!
10:34am 11-26-2018
Bill Whittle
brought back lots of great memories of some of the best times of my life. Thanks.
5:08pm 10-16-2018
Linda and Bob Conz
It seems more and more often there are discussions regarding where some business was in the 1960's or what used to be in a certain location. Your site is very helpful and is addicting. Thanks for all you do!
3:59pm 10-12-2018
Wendi Camacho
Thank you for this! I grew up in St Joseph but I was born several years after the park was gone. I heard about it from my Mom. Looks like it was an amazing place. Thank you again for sharing this history.
1:12am 10-11-2018
Bob Von Kaenel
Thank you for this site. I grew up in St Joe but have been in Nebraska for 35 years. I have talked about the beautiful old homes so much that some friends here in Lincoln want me to drive them around there. Your site will be my guide.
2:44pm 10-08-2018
Next should be the grocery stores of St.Joe…………..
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