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Amy Elson
Keeping in touch
Tue May 22, 2018 9:24am
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Thank you for telling me your daughter is in a safe area. I have thought of her many times since the volcano eruptions have been occurring.
We visited the big Island on a vacation trip to Hawaii once. We drove through the Waikoloa on the highway. Don looked up where Erin is living. What type of job does she have and does she enjoy it?
I found her son's birth date on our genealogy program, as I looked it up this morning. He turned 1 year old this May. It must be hard for you to not be able see him. Do you get to watch his progress on face book? I found that his first and second names are long, does he go by a nick name? Do you plan to go back to see the family again? When looking on the genealogy program I found no given first name for her husband and when they were married. I assume his last name was the same as the son's.
Hope you are doing well. How is Karen, your mother. She is three years younger than me.

  • My daughter, ErinKristi, Mon May 21 8:17am
    They are all safe. Thanks for asking. They live in the north central area of the island, whereas, all the stuff going on is in the south east. They live in Waimea, and she works in Waikaloa Village... more
    • Keeping in touch — Amy Elson, Tue May 22 9:24am
      • Re: Keeping in touchKristi, Wed May 23 8:31am
        Erin is a 4th grade teacher at Waikaloa Elementary (at least for the next couple of days - then it's summer vacation time!) And, yes, she loves it! She's wanted to be a teacher since about 3rd grade! ... more
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