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Karl Petznick - b: Abt. 1817 (Germany or Prussia) - d: Unknown
Immigration Record for Karl, Fred & Charles Petznick - click for larger view Left is the immigration record for Karl Petznick and his two sons, Gottfried (Fred) and Karl (Charles).  They came to America in 1872 from Germany.  
Charles Petznick - b: August 12, 1861 (Walden Buergh, Germany) - d: August 28, 1920 (Creston, Iowa)
Cromwell, Iowa City Directory 1876, Charles Petznick - click for larger view My great-grandfather Charles Petznick and his half-brother Gottfried, came to the United States from Germany, where according to the Cromwell, Iowa City Directory in 1876, settled in Union County in 1872.  Left is a page in the directory listing Charles as a laborer. 
City Directory 1893, Creston, Iowa - click for larger viewCity Directory 1889, Creston, Iowa - click for larger view Here are listings in the Creston, Iowa City directory in 1893 (left) and 1899 (right), where they have misspelled our last name as Petzneck.

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Census Records

1920 Creston, Union Co., Iowa census record for Charles Petznick - click for larger viewRight side of the 1920 census record for Charles Petznick - click for larger view

The 1920 census record for Charles Petznick in Creston, Union County, Iowa, taken shortly before his death.

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Property

In May of 2001, I took a trip back to my home town of Creston, Union County, Iowa.   While there, I paid a visit to the Court House there and took the time to look up whatever land records I could on the Petznick family.  Below is what I found for Charles Petznick.  The location of the properties in each township map is designated by  the following symbol.    

1909 Deed in Dodge Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger view1909 Deed in Dodge Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger view In 1909, Charles and Anna purchased land in Dodge Township in Union County, Iowa.  To the left and right are the deed and legal paperwork for that purchase.

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1919 Deed in Dodge Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger viewDodge Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger view Left is a picture of Dodge township where Charles and Anna owned land.  To the right is the deed where it was sold to J.H. McKinnie in 1919.  The McKinnie family owns this property to this day.

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1920 Deed in Doouglas Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger viewDodge Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger view  In 1921 after Charles' death, Anna purchased land in Douglas township from C.D. and Daisy Agnew.

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1909 Deed in Highland Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger viewHighland Township, Union County, Iowa - click for larger view Also in 1909, Charles and Anna purchased land in Highland Township.

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Anna Waltersdorf Petznick & Anna Petznick - click for larger viewAnna Waltersdorf Petznick and Annie Petznick on their front porch - click for larger viewTaken in 1917, left is a picture of the home of Charles Petznick at 500 S. Elm St., Creston, Union County, Iowa.  The photo on the right shows a  close-up of great-grandmother Anna Waltersdorf Petznick (standing right) and her daughter Anna Petznick on the porch.

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Cemetery Record for Charles Petznick - click for larger viewLeft is the cemetery record for Charles Petznick.

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Charles Petznick Family stone - click for larger viewHeadstone for Charles Petznick - click for larger view Left is a photo of the Petznick stone in Graceland Cemetery in Creston, Union County, Iowa.  Right is the headstone of Charles.

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Albert Bruno Petznick - b: December 03, 1888 (Creston, Iowa) - d: November 17, 1918 (Sidney, Montana)
Albert Bruno Petznick, age 18 - click for a larger viewLeft is a picture of Bruno Petznick, my grandfather, at age 18. Memorial for Albert Bruno Petznick - click for a larger viewThe picture on the right is of his memorial. He died in the swine flu epidemic of 1918 at the age of 29 in Sydney, Montana while homesteading there.

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Bruno Petznick Farm N.W. of Afton, Union County, Iowa (circa 1913) - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of the farm in Afton, Union County, Iowa, taken in about 1913. Standing left to right is Bruno Petznick, Kenny Petznick and Elsie McKee Petznick, who is holding my father, Harold Jay Petznick.

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Headstone for Bruno Petznick - click for larger viewHeadstone for Bruno Petznick - click for larger view I visited my grandfather's grave for the first time in May of 2001, when I returned to Creston.  To the left of the stone is a flower pot hand made by step-grandfather, Jacob Wenzel.  

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Headstones of Bruno & Elsie Petznick - click for larger view Taken at an odd angle, left is a photo showing the position of the headstones of Elsie McKee Petznick (Wenzel) and Bruno Petznick.

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Standing L to R, Kenny, Harold & Harley.  Sitting L to R, Elsie & Erna - click for larger viewThe Bruno Petznick children. Standing, left to right are, Kenneth Kermit Petznick, Harold Jay Petznick and Harley Charles Petznick.  Seated left to right are Elsie McKee Petznick and Erna Celeste Petznick.

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Rose Petznick - b: Abt. 1892 - d: Unknown
Rose Petznick - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of my great-aunt Rose Petznick.
This is the 1920 Census record for Payette County, New Plymouth Township, Idaho for Rose Petznick, and her family. 1920 Payette County, New Plymouth Township, Idaho Census for Rose Petznick - Click for larger view

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1930 Matamoras Co, Portland, Oregon Census - Rose Petznick Carpenter - click for larger viewThis is the 1930 Census record for Multnomah County, Portland Township, Oregon for Rose Petznick, and her family.  She was married to Albert Carpenter.  Also listed is the record for Anna Waltersdorf Petznick, my great-grandmother.

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Headstone for Rose Petznick Bartenhagen - Click for larger viewCemetery of Rose Petznick Bartenhagen - Click for larger viewRose Petznick remarried in later life to a Charles Bartenhagen.  They lived just outside of Boise, Idaho.  Rose lived to be just shy of 102 years old.  Left is her headstone.

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Social Security Death Notice for Rose Petznick Bartenhagen - Click for larger viewRight is the Social Security Death Notice for Rose Petznick Bartenhagen.

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Johanna E.  Petznick - b: Abt. December 25, 1895 - d: Unknown
1930 Union County, Iowa Census Record - Johanna Petznick - click for larger view Johanna Petznick was married to Henry Kientop (Kintop).  Left is the 1930 Union County, Iowa, Creston Township Census record showing Johanna, Henry and one child.

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Anna Petznick - b: October 1898 - d: Unknown
Anna Petznick on her confirmation in German Church - click for larger viewRight is a picture of my great-aunt Anna Petznick taken on the day of her confirmation in the German Church in Creston, Union County, Iowa.  

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St. John's Evangelical Church Choir in 1928 - click for larger viewLeft is a picture taken from the 50th Anniversary Souvenir booklet for the St. John's Evangelical Church of Creston, Iowa in 1928.  It shows the members of the church choir at that time.  In the back row, left to right are: Charlotte Birkner, William Elftmann, Arline Pontow, Gottfried Birkner (husband of Anna Petznick), Julius Strey, and Anna Petznick Birkner.   In the front row are: Mrs. Lena Case, Marie Safris, Minnie Schultz (wife of Carl Petznick), and Helen Orth. 

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Carl Petznick - b: August 28, 1902 (Creston, Iowa) - d: May 1, 1990 (California)
Post Script from the etter from Carl & Minnie Petznick - click for larger viewLetter from Carl & Minnie Petznick in March of 1977 - click for larger viewThis is a letter I received in March of 1977 from Carl and Minnie Petznick that provides some information on the Petznick family.  At right, is a post script Minnie included with the letter.

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L-R Harold, Minnie & Carl Petznick in March of 1979 - click for larger viewCarl, Pearl & Harold Petznick in March of 1979 - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Harold, Minnie and Carl Petznick.  In the photo on the right is Carl, Pearl and Harold Petznick.  Both were taken in March of 1979.

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Carl & Minnie Petznick in May of 1982 - click for larger viewCarl & Harold Petznick in May of 1982 - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Minnie and Carl Petznick.  In the photo on the right is Carl and Harold Petznick.  Both were taken in May of 1982.

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Kenneth Kermit Petznick - b: April 16, 1911 (Afton, Iowa) - d: February 10, 1999 (Creston, Iowa)
Kenneth Kermit Petznick - age 18 - click for larger viewKenny Petznick in the Army in World War II - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Kenny Petznick taken probably around the time of his High School graduation in the late 1920s.  Right is a photo of Kenny in his army uniform during World War II.

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Kenny and Leona Petznick at Jake Wenzel's farm, prob. 1939 - click for larger viewKenny and Leona Petznick - click for larger viewMarried four days short of 65 years, here are pictures of Kenny and Leona Kaster Petznick.  Most likely these were taken in the late 1930s.

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Kenny & Leona Petznick in front of Petznicks Printing in 1955 - click for larger viewPetznicks Printing - click for larger viewPetznicks Printing - A long-established business in Creston, Iowa, was founded in 1934 by Kenny and Leona Petznick.  Left is a picture of Kenny and Leona taken in 1955 in front of their new store on North Elm street.  Right is a card I received from aunt Leona last Christmas.  On the flip-side, is a year 2000 calendar.  Leona still works there to this day.

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Petznicks Printing in May of 2001 - click for larger view Left is a photo of Petznicks Printing as it appears today.  I took this picture when I visited Creston in May of 2001.

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Kenny Petznick being honored by the Kiwanis organization - click for larger viewOver the years, Kenny Petznick was honored several times for his devoted service and perfect attendance record by the Kiwanis organization.  Right is a photograph of one of those honor days (probably in the 1970s), as it appeared in the Creston News Advertiser, Creston, Iowa.

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Left to Right: Peter Petznick, Tom Petznick, Kenny Petznick, Hal Petznick, Brad Petznick in 1992 - click for larger viewLeft is a picture taken on November17, 1992, the day of my father Harold Jay Petznick's funeral at his home in Tarkio, Missouri.   Left to right are: Pete Petznick (son of Hal Petznick), Me, Kenny Petznick, Hal Petznick, and Brad Petznick (my son).

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Left to right:  Me, Mary Louise Pine Petznick, Leona Kaster Petznick, Erna Petznick, Kenny Petznick and Hal Petznick - click for larger viewAnother photograph taken at the time of my father's funeral, left to right are: Me, Mary Louise Pine Petznick (my mother), Leona Kaster Petznick, Erna Petznick, Kenny Petznick and Hal Petznick.

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Death notice that appeared in the Creston News Advertiser for Kenny Petznick - click for larger viewObituary for Kenny Petznick - click for larger view Kenny Petznick passed away on February 10, 1999.  Left is the front page article that appeared in the Creston News Advertiser in Creston, Iowa.  Right is his obituary that appeared in the same paper.

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Headstone of Kenny Petznick - click for larger view Left is the headstone of Kenny Petznick in Graceland Cemetery, Creston, Union County, Iowa.

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Harold Jay Petznick - b: December 14, 1912 (Afton, Iowa) - d: November 15, 1992 (Tarkio, Missouri)

My Father, Harold Jay Petznick (seated left) and his brother Kenneth Kermit Petznick (standing right). My father, Harold Jay Petznick (left, and the only time I ever saw him in a dress) and his brother Kenneth Kermit Petznick.  This photograph was taken in 1913. It was used as an actual postcard sent by my grandmother Elsie Fay McKee Petznick. [see below]Postcard from 1913

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Harold Petznick at a family gathering before 1925 - click for larger view Left is a picture of my father at a family gathering.  It was taken sometime before 1925.

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My parents, Harold and Mary Louise in the spring of 1947 - click for larger viewHarold and Mary Louise Pine Petznick in the spring of 1947 - click for larger view Here are pictures of my parents, Harold and Mary Louise Pine Petznick, taken in the spring of 1947.

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Our Family Farm - click for larger view In 1946 my father Harold Jay Petznick built a house on the farm formerly owned by Jake Wenzel and my grandmother, Elsie McKee Petznick Wenzel.  It is located in Section 8, T71N, Range 30W, Grant Township, Union County, Iowa.  Our mailing address growing up was RR#4.  Now, thanks to new addressing, it's located on 240th Street.

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Harold Petznick at Kansas City Royals stadium in 1984 - click for larger viewThis is one of my all-time favorite pictures of my Dad, Harold Jay Petznick, taken at the Kansas City Royals baseball stadium in about 1984. The picture (to me) captures his spirit as I knew and loved it. Dad loved baseball and we spent many hours watching, listening and talking about the game over the years.  

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Funeral notice for Harold Jay Petznick - click for larger viewFuneral notice for Harold Jay Petznick - click for larger viewThis is the funeral notice for Harold Jay Petznick, who was buried on November 17, 1992, the same day his  father, Bruno Albert Petznick died 54 years to the day, earlier.

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Headstone for Harold Jay Petznick - click for larger view Left is the headstone for Harold Jay Petznick at Home Cemetery in Tarkio, Atchison County, Missouri.

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Erna Celeste Petznick - b: September 16, 1914 (Afton, Iowa) - d: December 23, 2001 (Springfield, Missouri)
Erna Petznick at a family gathering in the 1920s - click for larger viewRight is a photo of Erna as a child, taken sometime in the 1920s.

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Erna Petznick at her high school graduation in 1932 - click for larger viewErna Petznick & her cousin Erma Fay Cornelison - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Erna Petznick and her 1st cousin, Erma Fay Cornelison, daughter of Etha May McKee, taken in the early 1920s.   Right is a picture of Erna in her High School graduation gown, taken in 1932.

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Erna Petznick at the time of her Bible School Graduation in 1942 - click for larger viewErna Petznick at the Gospel Publishing House, Springfiled, MO - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Erna Petznick at the time of her Bible School graduation in 1942.  Right is a picture of Erna at her desk at the Gospel Publishing House in Springfield, Missouri, taken probably in the late 1940s.

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A Lifetime of service to the Lord

In 1941, Erna graduated from SBS (Springfield Bible College in Springfield, Missouri) and began a life of Christian Ministry.  She spent time in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky before returning to Springfield.  In April of 1945, she met Ruby Mae Enyart, who also was called to service for the Lord.  They formed what was to become a lifelong companionship and Ministry.  

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Can God Furnish a Table in the Wilderness, The Memoirs of Rev. Erna Petznick and Rev. Ruby Enyart - click for larger viewA picture of the Authors - Rev. Erna C. Petznick and Ruby M. Enyart - click for larger view In 1992, Erna and Ruby wrote their Memoirs and published it in a book titled, "Can God Furnish a Table in the Wilderness?"  The book tells of their lives, the many roads they traveled and stories of those inspired through a personal relationship with Christ.  The photos on the left and right are of the front and back covers of the book.

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Ruby (left) and Erna in their bookstore in Fort Scott, Kansas - click for larger viewErna in front of her cabin in Eastern Kentucky in the early 1940s - click for larger view Left is a picture of Erna in front of a cabin she stayed at in Eastern Kentucky in the early 1940s.  From 1946 to 1946 Erna and Ruby operated a Religious bookstore on Main Street in Fort Scott, Kansas.  Right is a picture of Ruby (left) and Erna in their store.

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Erna with her accordion - click for larger viewRuby (left) and Erna working on their penny parade float - click for larger view A large portion of Erna's contribution to their Ministry was playing music.  Left is a photo of Erna in her early days when she learned how to play the accordion.  (She still actively plays the organ)  In the late 1960s, Erna and Ruby were co-pastors in a Church in Lovelock, Nevada.  Right is a picture of Ruby (left) and Erna that appeared in the Springfield Gazette.  It was the winning float in the Penny Parade, which  raised money for the Assembly of God Church ministries.

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Article by Erna and Ruby about my father - click for larger viewPage 2 of the article by Erna and Ruby about my father - click for larger view On his death-bed, my father, Harold Jay Petznick found the Lord Jesus Christ.  Please take some time to read this touching article about my Dad, written by aunt Erna.

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Funeral program for Erna Celeste Petznick - click for larger view Erna passed away on Sunday, December 23, 2001 at the Maranatha Lodge in Springfield, Missouri.  I am thankful that I was able to be there for her for her last three days on this earth.  Erna became a dear friend and confidant to me these past few years and I will miss her dearly.

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Harley Charles Petznick - b: December 5, 1917 (Richey, Montana) - d: August 9, 1971 (Pomona, California) 
Harley Petznick taken at a family gathering in the 1920s - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Harley Petznick taken at a family gathering in the early to mid 1920s. 

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Birth certificate of Harley Charles Petznick - click for larger viewRight is the birth certificate for Harley Petznick.  If you notice, the certificate has the state of North Dakota printed on top, however it was crossed out and replaced by Montana.  Harley was born in Richey, Montana when my grandparents were homesteading there. 

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Harley Petznick in Hawaii taken in 1942 - click for larger viewHarley Petznick in the Army - click for larger view Harley Petznick served in the United States Army from 1941 to 1946.  In this frame and the next are photos taken during that time.

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Harley Petznick in the Army - click for larger viewHarley Petznick in the Army - click for larger view

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At the rock well on Jake Wenzel's farm, left to right are, Harley Petznick, Erna Petznick and Elsie McKee Petznick Wenzel - click for larger viewHarley Petznick in his back yard at his home in California - click for larger viewLeft is a picture taken of Harley,  Erna Petznick and Elsie McKee Petznick Wenzel at the farm of Jake Wenzel (where I grew up) in the early 1940s.  Right is a picture of Harley in his back yard in Pomona, California in the 1950s.

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Announcement of the death of Harley Petznick in the Creston News Advertiser - click for larger viewAnnouncement of the death of Harley Petznick in the California paper - click for larger view Uncle Harley passed away in 1971.  Left is the notice of his death in the Creston News Advertiser in Creston, Iowa.  Right is his death notice in a California newspaper.

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Headstone of Harley Petznick - click for larger viewHeadstone of LaJuan Gunn Petznick - click for larger view Left is a photo of Harley's headstone at the Forest Lawn Mortuary - Covina, California in the "Constant Peace" area.  Right is a picture of LaJuan Gunn Petznick's grave, also in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Covina, California.

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Lori Lee Petznick
Lori Lee Petznick - click for larger viewLori Lee Petznick at six years old - click for larger view Here are pictures of Lori Lee Petznick, the first-born daughter of Harley Petznick

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Harold Jay Petznick II
The Hal Petznick clan - click for larger view On May 16th, 2001 I visited my brother Hal and his family and got a chance to get acquainted with my great nephews.  Left is a picture of the entire clan.  L - R: Chris Pickett, Heather Petznick Pickett, Chase Petznick, Pete Petznick, Angel Petznick, Colby Petznick, Hal Petznick and Carol Wahe Petznick.
Hal & Colby Petznick in Hal's dune buggy - click for larger viewLike two peas in a pod, right is a picture of Hal and Colby in Hal's dune buggy that Hal built from scratch.  Hal has taken it on several trips to sand dunes in Oklahoma and Idaho.  Hal gave Colby and me a great ride over, around and through their next-door neighbor's yard.  It was fun!

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Hal and Colby Petznick - click for larger view Left is a picture of Colby and Hal sitting on the trailer Pete uses to haul the tractor he uses at tractor pulls.

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Thomas Pine Petznick (Me)
Left to right are: Tom Petznick, Mary Louise Pine Petznick, Hal Petznick in November of 1992 - click for larger viewHere is a picture of me (left) with my brother Harold Jay Petznick II (Hal) and our mother, Mary Louise Pine Petznick at the home of Harold Jay Petznick in Tarkio, Missouri on the day of his funeral on November 17, 1992.
My kids - click for larger viewRight is a photo of my children taken on Christmas Eve 2002.  Left is Jamie, her husband Chris (Santa) and Brad.
Me, Rocky and Oscar - click for larger view Here I am with Jamie's dog Rocky (left) and Oscar de la Cawood on the right.  This was taken on June 1, 2003.

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Pamela Petznick 
Pam Petznick Mitchell with Erna Petznick & Ruby Enyart in 1994 - click for larger viewTaken in 1994 at their home in Fair Play, Missouri, right is a picture of Pam when she was visiting Aunt Erna Petznick  and Ruby Enyart.  

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Pam & family, when son Brian was awarded his Eagle Scout - click for larger view A proud and happy day, left is photo of Pam and her family taken 11/13/1999, when her son Brian received his Eagle Scout (Troup 601, Upland, CA).  Left to right are: Her husband Wes Mitchell, Brian, Danny, Lara and Pam.

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Pam with Kenny and Leona Petznick in 1994 - click for larger view Right is a picture of Pam with Kenny and Leona Kaster Petznick taken on August 10, 1994 on a visit to Creston, Iowa.

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Pam with Evelyn Petznick and Debbie Petznick Childs - click for larger view Left is Pam with her step-mother, Evelyn Petznick and Debbie Petznick Childs. This picture was taken in 1999.

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pamsdannyinuniform1999.jpg (277766 bytes)Right is a photo of Pam's son Daniel Mitchell in his U.S. Army uniform taken in 1999 while at home on leave from Korea.

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Pam's daughter Lara Mtichell at her graduation in 1998 - click for larger viewPam's son Brian Mitchell at his graduation in 2000 - click for larger view The graduates.  Left is a picture of Pam's daughter Lara Melissa Mitchell taken at her high school graduation in Upland, California in 1998.  Right is Pam and her son Brian William Mitchell taken at his high school graduation in Upland, California in 2000.

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Debra Petznick 
Deb Petznick Childs and her husband Bob on thier wedding day in 1984 - click for larger viewDeb and Bob Childs in the fall of 2000 - click for larger view Taken on their wedding day (April 28, 1984), left is a photo of Deb and her husband Bob Childs in Alhambra, California.  Right is a picture of Deb and Bob taken in the fall of 2000.

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Stephanie Childs, oldest daughter of Deb Petznick Childs - click for larger viewStephanie Childs - click for larger view Here are pictures of Deb's oldest daughter Stephanie.  Left is her school picture from 2000/2001 school year.   The picture on the right was taken in June of 2001.

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Monica Childs school picture 2000-2001 school year - click for larger viewMonica Childs in June of 2001 - click for larger view Here are pictures of Deb's youngest daughter Monica.  Left is her school picture from 2000/2001 school year.   The picture on the right was taken in June of 2001.

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Heather Marie Petznick 
Heather Petznick Senior Picture - click for larger view Left is my niece Heather's senior high school picture, taken in 1989.

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Peter Fredrick Petznick 
Colby, Tom and Pete Petznick - click for larger view Left is a picture taken in May of 2001 at my brother Hal's in his dune buggy.   Left to right are, Colby Petznick, me and Pete.
Pete Petznick Senior High School picture - click for larger viewRight is Pete's senior high school picture taken in 1990. 

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Bradley Jay Petznick 
Brad and me when Brad graduated from basic training in March of 1997 - click for larger view A very proud moment for me as a parent, was when Brad graduated from Army National Guard basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky in March of 1997.   The person with the confused look is me.

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Brad Petznick in his mother's womb - click for larger view My son's first picture, in his mother's womb.  This ultra-sound was taken with a Polaroid camera in May of 1976, two months before Brad was born.

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Jamie Lee Petznick 

Jamie's Wedding - In July of 2002 Jamie married Christopher David Cawood in Las Vegas, NV.  

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Jamie and me at Christmas of 1998 - click for larger viewJamie on her 20th birthday - click for larger viewLeft is a picture taken of Jamie on her 20th birthday.  Right is a photo of Jamie and me at Christmas in 1998.

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Jamie in her prom dress in 1999 - click for a larger viewAnother picture of Jamie in her prom dress in 1999 - click for a larger viewHere are a couple pictures of Jamie taken in 1999 after she purchased her Senior Prom dress

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Jamie in her volleyball uniform during her sophomore year - click for larger viewJamie in her cheerleading uniform in front of Transylvania University - click for larger viewTwo of my all-time favorite pictures of my daughter, left is a picture of Jamie in her volleyball uniform taken during her sophomore year in High School in Albion, IN. Battered and bruised after years in my wallet, right is a photo of Jamie in her cheerleading uniform in front of Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky taken in 1993.

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Colby Allen Petznick 
Colby (left) with his brother Chase Petznick - click for larger viewLeft is a picture of Colby and his little brother Chase Petznick, taken in December of 2000.  
Colby Allen Petznick with Dad and Mom on his 1st birthday - click for larger viewColby Petznick and his Mom - click for larger viewLeft is Colby Petznick with his parents, Pete Petznick and Angel Ballew Petznick on his first birthday.  Right is a picture of Colby enjoying his birthday cake with his Mom's help.

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Chase Anthony Petznick 
Chase Anthony Petznick - click for larger viewThe latest addition to the Petznick clan, left is a picture of my great-nephew Chase Anthony Petznick.  Chase is the son of Pete Petznick and Angel Ballew Petznick, grandson of Hal Petznick and Carol Wahe Petznick.

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Chase (right) and Colby Petznick - click for larger viewRight is a picture of Chase with his big brother Colby taken at Easter, 2002.

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