_______________________ | _David J. GREINER _____| | (1940 - ....) | | |_______________________ | | |--Daniel James GREINER | (1969 - ....) | _William T. BRUNOT ____ | | (1908 - ....) |_Ellen Kennedy BRUNOT _| (1940 - ....) | |_Catherine E. KENNEDY _+ (1910 - ....)
_Joseph Martin KELLEY _+ | (1885 - 1946) _David James KELLEY ___| | (1925 - 2008) m 1945 | | |_Rosemary R. OWENS ____+ | (1894 - 1974) | |--Bonnie Ann KELLEY | (1953 - ....) | _Harry MEYER __________+ | | (1903 - 1980) m 1924 |_Marion Loretta MEYER _| (1926 - 1993) m 1945 | |_Elsie Marie MCMULLEN _+ (1906 - 1982) m 1924
OCCU: Employed at the News Journal(Wilmington,DE)
RELI: Methodist(formerly Catholic)
COMM: H.S. graduate and 2 years of college(Delaware Tech College)
COMM: 15 years of Asthma diffulculties;since chronic asthma & chronic fatigue
PLAC 74 Mackenzie court, Newcastle,De
Bonnie Ann Kelley; Holmes, PA; 10/13/53 resides at 74 MacKenzie Court; New
Castle 328-0312 and is employed at The News Journal Company (The Dela.
Newspaper) presently 11 years.
English language; Methodist (Catholic previously for 25 years); H. S. Graduate
& 2 yrs. at DelTech Community College. Since 15 yrs old asthma difficulties;
since 28 chronic asthma & chronic fatigue. At age 26 Atopic pregnancy & at 28
lost of a baby girl; Candace Blevins.
Larry R. Blevins; North Carolina; 6/11/48; Electrician
Co-habitated June 1972; Married-October 4, 1975;
Divorced October 10, 1985
Engaged: April 1, 1972
Married-Wilm., DE; Boxwood Ave.
Reception-Defiance Men's Club
Honeymoon; Canada-Northern Ontario
Remarried: April 1, 1995 to Gary D. Michael of Redding, CA; 1/12/48; Sales
Manager; Married: St. Mark's U. M. Church; Most beautiful wedding & reception;
Honeymoon: (1) Switzerland & (1) New Orleans.
Jason Blevins; Male, Wilm. General Hospital; 4/7/73
"The angel of both families"; Extremely high intelligence; chronic asthma and
chronic fatigue like his mother. Short stature. H. S. graduate. Presently in
college for Computer Programming; may pursue graphic designs and art. Employed
at CompUSA, computer retail store; small business sales rep. Very Funny.
Athletic. LOVES to read. Writes & draws well. Great with children and a terrific
brother to Joseph. "My friend son".
Candace Blevins; Female; Wilm. Medical Ctr.; 10/13/81
Died; 10/15/81; Lungs were underdeveloped ; 3 months early delivery due to
infected umbilical cord. Born; 2lbs. 3 oz. Buried in West Jefferson, North
Carolina in the Blevins family cemetery. Candace was born on my 28th Birthday;
she only survived for two days.
Joseph Ryan Blevins; Male, Wilm. Medical Ctr.; 8/30/83
"The singer" of both families; A great dancer. Very good sense of humor. Very
"B" student, generally. Very athletic; Soccer, Baseball and Basketball. Enjoys
writing. "My sweetheart son".
Bonnie Kelley: Born as a fraternal twin to Connie Kelley Panco. I am a hard
worker; I have above average intelligence. Like both my sons, I am athletic.
My game is racquetball. I write & draw well. I love children. I have been in
advertising for 11 years and break records by bringing in high revenue dollars
for the company year after year. I am a very caring sister & daughter to my
family. Remarried, yet chose to keep my birth name (Kelley). I love
demonstrating my Irish background with the (Kelley) name. It is said that I am
extremely independent and tenacious. I have chronic asthma & fatigue, yet; half
the day I am highly energetic. I am happy within.
Larry Blevins: Hard worker; easy going father, loves to tell funny stories to
his sons. Loving to his sons, was not very attentive to me. Very generous to
his sons. Electrician.
Gary D. Michael: Hard worker; very generous and attentive to his wife (me). 4.0
rating, tennis player. Has traveled to 22 countries. Has taken Joseph & I to
various vacation spots and trips. Middle management position (sales). Has two
grown sons; Brian and Mark.
A FUNNY JOSEPH STORY
Joseph was at school and heard a dog barking outside the school window; since he
was in the back of the classroom, he stood up to see what was going on. Joseph
became highly upset when he saw that the dog pound, if you will, was trying to
capture this black dog. The window was open, so Joseph hollered, "leave the dog
alone". Needless to say, Joseph was sent to the principal's office. When
Joseph came home, he begged of me to take him to the SPCA, to rescue the black
dog. This child can charm anyone; so off we went. Yes, the black dog was there;
however, right next to it was my dream dog. I have wanted this dog, ever since
I was a little girl. It was so cute, that even Joseph was easily persuaded to
give up the notion of taking the black dog home.
My pup was a golden cocker spaniel. We had to wait five days, just in case
someone claimed him.
We had a problem though, fifteen other people wanted him also. So, when the day
arrived that his new owner could adopt him, I took off work. I was the first
one there to pick him up. That was the claiming ticket, to be #1. The doors
opened at 10am, I was let in. Soon afterward approximately six other people
arrived. Sitting there, very relaxed, I filled out the papers. Other people
were there as well, I didn't care; I was in my own happy world, knowing my dream
going home with me. All of a sudden, the adoption lady stated that I was the
second choice; that the older gentleman across the room would be the cocker
spaniels new owner. I was feeling like a lost puppy myself. I hadn't ever
fallen in love with an animal at first sight like I did this one. I walked out
of the SPCA, not able to talk. The older gentleman followed me and with great
hesitation gave me my golden cocker spaniel. He let me adopt him. This older
gentleman will never be forgotten.
Five months later, Joseph calls me up from his MomMom Blevins' home and tells me
that she has a cocker spaniel, golden/white. Very small. Joseph was sure that I
would fall in love with this pup; I was not. No pup could ever replace my
"Shadow", which has followed me around for five months. Shadow, my pup seemed to
need a friend during the day; and this new pup was kept outside all day; it also
had ticks. So, I called a groomer and told Joseph to bring it home. Now,
"Shadow" isn't lonely and "Cotton" isn't cold and ticky. Since May, Shadow who
is 1 1/2 yrs. old has put on extra weight; he is a large cocker spaniel.
Cotton, is 3 yrs old, according to the vet; and she is very, very small. Cotton
was gaining weight and getting chubby in the backside, like Shadow. We did not
have to be concerned about Cotton getting pregnant, because Shadow was spaded.
The vet said, Cotton may have been spaded before MomMom found her; we cannot
tell right now; but that we should keep an eye on her to see if she goes in
heat. If that is the case, then we need to bring her back to get spaded. Cotton
has gained a lot of weight, but has not gone in heat. Joseph and I arrived home
at 9;30pm from a bookstore that we had been in for three hours, 7 1/2 weeks
after getting our Cotton from MomMom. What did we find when we arrived home? We
found two little tiny, newborn pups that Cotton delivered. We were in awe.
Joseph told me that she looked pregnant about two weeks prior. I told him, "no
way ", because Shadow was spaded and Cotton never left Shadow's side when they
went out to play. Mom was wrong!
That night, we stayed up till 12am, when we felt all puppies were delivered.
Little Cotton delivered, six; however, only four survived. Gee! Shadow's
family grew really quick! All four pups have been claimed though, we'll enjoy
them while they're here. What a neat experience!
A NEAT, FUZZY JASON STORY
Once a week, for 8 weeks a dozen children would come over to Jason's house to
practice for THE CHRISTMAS SHOW. Jason's four best friends, three cousins, and
cousins. Jason was nine years old and the others were in the same age range.
The day of the show, we cleared all the furniture out of the living room and
filled it with 35 chairs, which were borrowed from St. Matthews. We had a room
for refreshments and a stage room. We bought a
beautiful, red, silky curtain for the stageroom. Everyone sang so beautiful.
Andrea Kelley was Mary and of course my Jason was Joseph; they sang, Away In A
Manager. What a lasting memory that is for me, (Mom). All went well. All 35
seats were filled and the children had a great time. Everyone went home. Uncle
Jack came over later that night. It was ten o'clock. I sent Jason to bed.
Uncle Jack went upstairs to the bathroom and decided to peak in on his favorite
nephew. When he opened the door, he found Jason with a flash light, reading a
book. Jason was and still is so intelligent. He and Uncle Jack began to have a
big brother talk, so to speak; though Jack is only ten years older than Jason.
Jason said, very sincerely, "Uncle Jack", every night I want to read, I turn the
flash light on alot, I think I am a read-aholic. Jason was so good, what an
angel, but boy - oh- boy could he sleep! Must have been all that reading the
SPECIAL FAMILY MEMORIES
JASON, went to Fl, Disney World, Chicago and Boston. Had a 3 foot, chocolate
Easter bunny at six years old. Came home from North Caroline with a swollen
eye, from a bee sting at 8 years old. Loved and played baseball and soccer like
a young pro. He had real gift of logic to any sport he played. Jason went to
Temple University for some of his college, and at 22 fell in love with his
beautiful Greta . Jason takes his brother Joseph to the pro games and movies and
is a really good brother. Jason is the family computerwhiz. JOSEPH has been to
FL, Disney World, Boston & Sturbridge, MA, Williamsburg, Virginia, Lake George,
New York, The Empire State Bldg., and Plymouth, MA, (Plymouth Rock).
Joseph has made the All-stars baseball team, three years in a row. Was the
third pitcher in one of the games and saved the team from humiliation. Joseph
also was on the championship team of his basketball league. He wants to be a
writer. GOOD LUCK!
LARRY BLEVINS AND BONNIE KELLEY - Our sweetest day was when we got married and
when I told Larry that I was pregnant for Jason, he said, "He was happy and
proud". When Joseph was
announced to be born, we all knew that Joseph was the whole family's bundle of
love. Both of our sons were made from love.
GARY MICHAEL AND BONNIE KELLEY - While Gary and I were on our honeymoon, in
Switzerland we literally went window shopping because all the shops were closed.
It was a beautiful, warm evening. I spotted the doll of my dreams. It was a
precious, Swiss Boy with the most beautiful Swiss eyes. I fell in love with it.
The tag read $65. I knew this was a large amount so I didn't ask for it. My
new husband saw how excited I was and said, "in the morning we will come back to
purchase it; after all we only go to Switzerland once in our lives." I told
everyone on the tour with us about this great doll the next day and expressed
how I couldn't wait to show them. We went back to purchase it and discovered
that the sweater on the doll was $65.00 and the doll was ONLY $750.00. Needless
to say, we had to leave the doll in the window and admit to everyone that we
couldn't take it back to Delaware with us. No wonder I fell in love with it!
CHRISTMAS IS CELEBRATED EVERY CHRISTMAS EVE & NOT A CHRISTMAS HAS GONE BY
WITHOUT CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES BEING MADE & BIRTHDAYS--EVERYONE IS SPOILED
_Joseph Martin KELLEY _+ | (1885 - 1946) _David James KELLEY ___| | (1925 - 2008) m 1945 | | |_Rosemary R. OWENS ____+ | (1894 - 1974) | |--Connie Ann KELLEY | (1953 - ....) | _Harry MEYER __________+ | | (1903 - 1980) m 1924 |_Marion Loretta MEYER _| (1926 - 1993) m 1945 | |_Elsie Marie MCMULLEN _+ (1906 - 1982) m 1924
OCCU: Owns and operates Childrens Day Care Center(PEEWEE Daycare)
COMM: Is a twin sister with Bonnie Kelley
COMM: Renewed vows again on oyr 20th weding anniversary at Sacred Heart Church
Connie is a graduate from Henry C. Conrad High school in Wilmington,
Delaware.She grew up in downtown Wilmington and Elsemere Delaware. As an adult
she lived with her Husband Nick at Pennsylvania Stes College while he attended
scholl there for his B.A. Degree. They then lived in Northwales,PA for 11 years
untill they builtthere own house in West Grove, PA. in 1989. Connies Husband
fought in the Vietnam War with the U.S. Marines. Their son Nicholas jr. is 20
years old as of this writting and works for the United States Postal Service.
_John KELLEY ________+ | (1963 - ....) m 1988 _Robert Patrick KELLEY _| | (1988 - ....) | | |_Robin Beth FOX _____+ | (1964 - ....) m 1988 | |--Evie Dingle KELLEY | (2007 - ....) | _____________________ | | |________________________| | |_____________________
_James Aloysius KENNEDY ____+ | (1894 - ....) _James Auther KENNEDY _| | (1929 - ....) | | |_Margaret Catherine MUSICK _ | (1899 - ....) | |--John Wells KENNEDY | (1958 - ....) | ____________________________ | | |_Mary RATHAUG _________| (1929 - ....) | |____________________________
_Thomas W. OWENS ____ | (1863 - 1931) _Vincent OWENS ______| | (1900 - ....) | | |_Mary KENNEDY _______+ | (1862 - 1931) | |--Patricia OWENS | (1952 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Hope KRYZA _________| (1910 - ....) | |_____________________
_Raymond SANDBERG ___ | m 1925 _Raymond SANDBERG ___| | (1932 - ....) m 1957| | |_Lydia MEYER ________+ | (1906 - ....) m 1925 | |--Virginia SANDBERG | (1964 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Virginia GARRETT ___| m 1957 | |_____________________
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