TRIBUTES TO LOVED ONES WHO CROSSED INTO ETERNITY
Sometimes you just can't get out to the cemetery. More often today people are opting for cremations, so there might not be a place for you to go to and see your loved one's name or tribute and feel good that many strangers could also bless their memory.
Beautiful custom tributes are the forte of The Lincoln Studio.
We can put into poetic words the essence of your beloved being.
LINA LOU FLEET (nee: Linda Lou Burton) Born: November 29, 1953 Died: January 29, 2002 To whom The Lincoln Studio Website is dedicated in her loving memory (Beloved Friend)
SYLVIA RINALDO BURRIESCI DONALD THOMAS BURRIESCI ROBERT NICHOLAS BURRIESCI
Born: July 5, 1924 Died: June 7, 1987 Born: June 1, 1919 Died: February 7, 2000 Born: November 9, 1947 Died: February 23, 1949
Always In Our Hearts, Beloved Mother, Father and Brother of Donald, John, Richard and Vivian
JEAN JONES ANDERSEN (b. 7/30/1936 - d. 12/14/2009) Beloved Friend of Friends (Quakers at Kensington and Commonwealth)
JOSEPH PATRICK ANDREWS (1939-2012) Writer for The Lincoln Studio Friend of Donald C. Burriesci/Richard C. Burriesci
JOHN AUGUST (b. 1917 - d. 2000) Uncle of Joseph Patrick Andrews
ANTHONY BURRIESCI (b. 8/4/1914 - d. 2/19/1979) and TINCARO THOMAS ROSARIO "Tiny" BURRIESCI (b. 1/8/1937 - d. 2/19/1984) (father/son)
ARMENAK DAVIDIAN (b. 3/10/1900 - 7/22/2000) made it to 100 years old (Landlord (1978-1980) and Friend of Richard C. Burriesci
CHARLES McKENDRICK FISHER (b. 1944 - d. 2009) Friend of Donald C. Burriesci HARRY BRUNO GRUNAU (b. 10/30/1907 - d. 10/30/1976)MIRIAM H. GRUNAU GLEW (b. 10/12/1915 - d. 4/19/2003)
MILDRED ANNE HOGLIN (1937-2012) Teacher at St.Sebastian School for 50 yrs for Rich Burriesci and Bob Marchand
CAROL ANNE HOLZHEIMER (1956-1996) Mother of Mystique Feli Fussa
GARLAND LAND (b. 10/30/1918 - d. 1/11/1988) MARY DORIS LAND (b. 1/24/1926 - d. 5/7/1998) PAUL DAVID LAND (b. 1945 - d. 2007) Father and Mother and Brother of Garry Wayne Land
WILLIAM ARNOLD MISURELLA (b. 2/26/1920 - d. 12/17/1997) and WILLIAM ARNOLD MISURELLA, JR. (b. 7/11/1955 - d. 1/11/2004) (father/son)
CELESTE NIELSEN (b. 6/6/1924 - d. 9/16/2009) Beloved Friend of the late Sylvia Rinaldo Burriesci (1924-1987)
WESLEY EDWARD PRUSSING (b. 9/7/1926 - d. 12/7/1981) Father of Wesley Edward Prussing, Jr.
IRIX WILHELM RUDOLPH (b. 1/19/1915 - d. 10/31/1998) Father of Gerda Annabella Rutherford and Grandfather of Cheryl Hansen GORDON LINCOLN TEACHEY (b. 1920 - d. 2/12/2010) Father of Clarisse Teachey Harton
MARY ELIZABETH TOWNSEND (b.4/301938 - d. 8/30/2010) formerly Sister St. Andrew (taught Rich Burriesci 6th-7th-8th grade St.Anne's)
RUSSELL CLIFFORD VAN ALLEN (b. 1914 - d. 2006) Father of Keith Van Allen Some find refuge in the desert. Some find refuge in the cities. Some find refuge in the mountains. Some find refuge in the valleys. Others need a quiet place in a flourishing garden to contemplate; still others need the noise of nature and the noise of life going about its business to function and create; a masterpiece from the goo God gives us. So, we start with these gardens and we will make more to suit your taste. Pick your place to meditate and clear your Katra of things that trouble you. The best tribute we could give you is for you to understand that you are worth the honor of knowing that the bountiful beauty of life is so much better because YOU are in it.
GARDEN OF GETHSEMANE
This is the actual Gethsemane where Jesus agonized and was betrayed by Judas Iscariot
GARDEN OF THE ROCKS OF AGES
HANGING GARDENS OF ENLIGHTMENT
YES! WE CAN WRITE
AND DELIVER EULOGIES
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN COMMANDMENTS by Jasper Saunkeah, Cherokee
Treat the Earth and all that dwell there on with respect. Remain close to the Great Spirit.
Show great respect for your fellow beings. Work together for the benefit of all Mankind.
Give assistance and kindness wherever needed. Do what you know to be right.
Look after the well being of mind and body. Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good.
Be truthful and honest at all times. Take full responsibility for your actions.
Let us greet the dawn of a new day when all can live as one with nature and peace reigns everywhere.
Oh Great Spirit, bring to our brothers and sisters the wisdom of Nature and the knowledge that if her laws are obeyed this land will again flourish and grasses and trees will grow as before.
Guide those that through their councils seek to spread the wisdom of their leaders to all people.
Heal the raw wounds of the earth and restore to our soul the richness which strengthens our bodies and makes them wise in their councils. Bring to all the knowledge that great cities live only through the bounty of the good earth beyond their paved streets and towers of stone and steel.
GARDEN OF THE BLACK HILLS
NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN SACRED GROUNDS
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YOUR MIND WILL BE AT PEACE AND YOUR SOUL WILL SURRENDER ...
TO THESE GORGEOUS GARDENS OF WONDER AND SPLENDOR ...
YOU CREATE THE BEST ... WHEN YOU MEDITATE AND REST
MOUNT AUBURN CEMETERY established 1831
The first landscaped cemetery in America
Memorials are for the living for, “the spirit goes from whence it came” [Ecclesiastes 12:7]. The remains may be buried, cremated or donated to science. In some cases, the bodies of loved ones are never found or recovered. The temple that housed the essence of the being that raised us, taught us, befriended us and left an indelible mark in our eternal memory is revered. The name of the deceased followed by the years of tenure on earth reminds us that our beloved being was an integral part of our own existence. We visit the cemetery or see the honored name and we reflect on their life and how much that living body we watched age, with a lingering smile and glassy eyes, we tell a stranger about that family member or precious friend you loved; and now, that stranger becoming a friend knows more about you.
So, we honor the dead we loved on this page, these virtual gardens of serenity, hope, peace and the knowledge that in Our Creator’s Divine Plan we will once again be reunited with them who crossed the veil before us. One day, too, like them, there will be those who will remember us with wonderful thoughts and cherished memories.
– Richard Christopher Burriesci
REJUVENATE YOUR MIND AND DISPOSITION
REJUVENATE YOUR ENTHUSIASM AND FREE YOUR SPIRIT SO YOU CAN LIVE HAPPILY
A SACRED PLACE IN SEDONA, ARIZONA
SPEND A DAY CONTEMPLATING EACH OF THESE 12 CONCEPTS IN THIS ORDER: * DIVINE ORDER * STEWARDSHIP * ACCOUNTABILITY * SERVICE * INTEGRITY * BALANCE * KNOWLEDGE * WISDOM * UNDERSTANDING * GRATITUDE * COMMUNICATION * REVELATION
Queens, L.I., New York
HOW DO I LOVE THEE? LET ME COUNT THE WAYS
By Elizabeth Barrett Browning
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace, I love thee to the level of everyday’s Most quiet need, by sun and candle light. I love thee freely, as men strive for right: I love thee purely, as they turn from praise. I love thee with the passion put to use In my old griefs, and with my childhood’s faith. I love thee with a love I seemed to lose With my lost saints, – I love thee with the breadth, Smiles, tears, of all my life! – And, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death Stilla Havet Amy Castleberry suggests “Stilla Havet” (pronounced STILL-a HAW-vet) It’s Swedish for the quiet sea... It’s also their name for the Pacific Ocean! The sea is always associated with spirituality in symbolism. email@example.com
Gan Eden was submitted by Bob Suslowitz "Gan Eden" (Garden of Eden) is in a spiritual realm, that according to Kabbalists is parallel to our physical world. It is a beautifully peaceful place that contains the Tree of Life with its physical and spiritual characteristics and of course theTree of Knowledge. When Eve ate the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, the Kabbalists tell us that she and Adam were exiled to this, our physical world. So naming your page Gan Eden will analgously help to reconnect to a true place for tribute and meditation. robert.suslowitz@smartek
THROUGH THE THICK OF THE FOREST ... THE DEPTH OF OUR PROBLEMS ...
THERE IS A NEW LAND ... WITH COUNTLESS POSSIBILITIES
MOUNT ARARAT where the Bible says Noah's Ark came to rest
PATMOS the site where John the Apostle received Revelation
Ordinary people with ordinary lives are ever so special. It is nice to know them and see history through their eyes. Contact them and make a friend.
DRACULA'S CASTLE IN TRANSYLVANIA 1212 A.D. BUILT BY THE KNIGHTS OF THE TEUTONIC ORDER. LATER THE RESIDENCE OF VLAD III DRACULA THE IMPALER
WINDSOR CASTLE 1350 A.D. IN ENGLAND
The Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria was the inspiration for Walt Disney's Cinderella Castle
BURG REICHENSTEIN CASTLE IN GERMANY
EGESKOV SLOT (CASTLE) IN DENMARK
ORA ET LABORA
IS LATIN FOR PRAY AND WORK
THE MOTTO OF THE BENEDICTINE MONKS WHO RESIDE IN THIS MONASTERY
A grief shared is half the grief ...
A joy shared is twice the joy!
WE ARE NOMADS ON THE
GREAT COSMIC HIGHWAY
CLICK PICTURE FOR JEANNETTE DRAKE PARABLES
GLADE CREEK GRIST MILL ON THE APPALACHIAN TRAIL IN WEST VIRGINIA
submitted by JOHN H. MOSES, JR.
submitted by CLARISSE T. HARTON
When this passion called aspiration becomes lust, then aspiration degenerates - becomes vulgar ambition - by which sin, the angels fell
excerpt from THE OUTER LIMITS "The Bellero Shield"
for those of us who loved the dragon lady with a heart of a saint while she graced our marble planet
In beloved memory of our friend Jean Jones Andersen
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Father and Mother of Gary Glenn Grunau
Richard C. Burriesci and Robert J. Marchand are two of your first fifth grade students you taught and mentored when you came to St. Sebastian's School in Woodside NY in 1964. You was strict but was beautiful and loved. No one looked better in a beehive hairdo. You will be lovingly remembered by many thousands of your students and friends you touched the past fifty years.
Mildred Anne Hoglin 1937-2012
Teacher/ Mentor here for Fifty Years
MISS MILDRED ANNE HOGLIN (1937-2012)
PICTURED HERE AT AGE 73 AND FIFTY YEARS AT ST. SEBASTIAN'S SCHOOL
MILDRED ANNE HOGLIN 1937-2012