Life With Herman – Professional Genealogy Researchers | Price & Associates Genealogists

In light of the a talk heard at the BYU Family History conference regarding First Heart Then Chart, I would like to start a series on stories. Some of the best family stories I heard were from Grandma who had a wonderful sense of humor and her stories generally centered around Grandpa, who gave her great material to work with. Grandpa and Grandma raised their children during the depression years in the Chicago area and survived because Grandpa thought he could do anything and Grandma always found the thin line between comedy and tragedy.

And so this series is called LIFE WITH HERMAN and will begin with just a short introduction by Grandma followed by a short paragraph leading us into a glimpse of Grandpa’s personality.

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