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  4. Paul Keefer

    Shelby Marie, Saw your Memorial Day (Jul. 11) pictures shortly after you first posted them; found entry on Google Search for “Asa Romberger” – a name I know you obviously recognize, a relative in fact. My wife & I saw Lucinda (Keefer) Deitrich yesterday at Millersburg’s Ned Smith Nature & Art Center. I have not seen Cindy (my 2nd Cousin) for about 30 yrs. Our conversation eventually led to my search for any/all information I can gather about Asa R.; she had numerous recommendations, one was to contact you. She mentioned you were at the Romberger Reunion, your in-dept interest in photography, coal region environment & history, etc.
    Over the last 10 years I have had a growing interest in WWII history, ever since I was a child my dad (Paul Keefer, Sr.) talked about his cousin, Asa, who was a WWII pilot & lost his life serving his country. The internet now provides the vehicle to reach out and gather all kinds of info., but I’ve only begun to scratch the surface.
    Hopefully this message will get through to you. If so, please respond. I’d be most grateful [By the way, I read your 5-9-10 blog entry, “Excavating the Space We’ve Left Behind” — are the pictures of a home in Williamstown? I know the John Romberger family moved from Millersburg to Williamstown…my Dad spoke of it. Was John your grandfather? I’m trying to get the generations straight in my thinking & history.]
    Thanks for anticipated reply,
    Paul Keefer (Jr.) originally from Millersburg, now in Lancaster.

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