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Amy Crooks
Works at Kimball Office
Attended Thomas Downey Highschool
Lived in modesto, CA
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Some of my latest, challenging and awesome photo restorations.
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I'm trying to obtain a scholarship for school. Please help by voting for my essay. Thank you!
I just voted for this amazing #myinspiration essay in the #WyzAntScholarship contest! Please vote and share today.
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This weeks #52Ancestors  article "Black Sheep"
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Once again it's time for another #52Ancestors post. I've written about my 3x great grandfather many times. First because he was such a mystery to all of us, but now that I've solved the mystery, I write about him because his ...
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#52Ancestors "Where there's a Will"
As part of this week's #52Ancestors "Where there's a will" I will write about my husband's grandmother. I have written about her many times. She is a dear sweet woman who has lived through some very difficult times, especiall...
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Untangle Family Roots Photo Restoration and more
It's time to finally time to create a website and start putting myself out there as a restoration artist. I've always enjoyed restoring photos to their original beauty. On top of that, my passion for genealogy and writing can all come together in one place....
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Photo restoration and a mystery
I've done a few wonderful photo restorations this week. One was using two different photos of a building and scenery to restore a building to its original beauty. The other photo was an absolutely destroyed wedding photo. Both turned out amazing. This lovel...
I've done a few wonderful photo restorations this week. One was using two different photos of a building and scenery to restore a building to its original beauty. The other photo was an absolutely destroyed wedding photo. Bot...
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Black Sheep of the Family
I think I've actually written about my great grand uncle before. I never even knew about Leonard Rollett until a few years ago when I finally broke through who his parents were and subsequently discovered him as the brother of my great grandmother May Rolle...
I think I've actually written about my great grand uncle before. I never even knew about Leonard Rollett until a few years ago when I finally broke through who his parents were and subsequently discovered him as the brother o...
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So Young, Yet Such a Man
Once again it's time for another #52Ancestors post. I've written about my 3x great grandfather many times. First because he was such a mystery to all of us, but now that I've solved the mystery, I write about him because his life was what novels are made of...
Once again it's time for another #52Ancestors post. I've written about my 3x great grandfather many times. First because he was such a mystery to all of us, but now that I've solved the mystery, I write about him because his ...
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Life Wasn't Easy
As part of this week's #52Ancestors "Where there's a will" I will write about my husband's grandmother. I have written about her many times. She is a dear sweet woman who has lived through some very difficult times, especially in her childhood. Estelle Conn...
As part of this week's #52Ancestors "Where there's a will" I will write about my husband's grandmother. I have written about her many times. She is a dear sweet woman who has lived through some very difficult times, especiall...
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Occupation
Lean Manufacturing Cordinator
Skills
Lean Manufacturing, Quilting, Genealogy research
Employment
  • Kimball Office
    Lean Cordinator, 2007 - present
  • UPS
    Loader, 2005 - 2006
  • LithoArt Printers
    Outside Sales Rep, 2002 - 2004
  • Steinley's Photography
    Sales Rep, 2000 - 2002
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Previously
modesto, CA - Post Falls, ID - Rathdrum, ID
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Wife, Mother, Quilter, Genealogist
Introduction
I'm happily married to my wonderful husband of nearly 20 years. We have three beautiful children. My hobbies are genealogy research and quilting. But it doesn't stop there, I also love horseback riding, camping, fishing, gardening, grave yard research, photography and other outdoor activities. Last year my children joined 4H. This year they drug me into it, and now I'm leading the quilting and goat groups. It's a busy but very happy life!
Bragging rights
Genealogist, mother of three, wife, Quilter,
Education
  • Thomas Downey Highschool
    Graduate, 1989 - 1993
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Female
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Amy Woolsey
The ice cream is always delicious, but the service leaves a little to be desired. Tonight I felt like the young lady helping us would rather be anywhere else but helping us. When I said thank you after receiving my frappe, I received no polite response, but a look of annoyance. Maybe giving your employees a lesson in politeness. Please and thank you go a long ways in making people feel welcome.
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I buy pizzas here all the time. I find the place clean and the staff always friendly and helpful. Only once was a frustrated with a long wait when I had called my order in. Then I realized it was just after the first of the month. So if it's around the first of the month, call in way in advance. Otherwise a great business.
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