Re: Adolph Eckenfels
Sure you can add any of us, i have no problem with that. I am doing my family tree on ancestry.com so if you had any additional information then i would be grateful if i could use some. I know some about adolph jr. he passed in 1986 and i was born in 1984, so i only know stories about him, and when i get ahold of my mother i will post up some information about edith. He was born March 09, 1926 in Dallas Co., Tx. He went to the Air Force for a couple of years where he met my grandmother Hellon (she changed it to Hellen) Eugenia Smith,her birthday is 12/15/1928 and she was born in Edgewood, tx. They got married on 03/03/1949 and lived in Carrolton, Tx. in the same house untill they passed. They had one daughter named Sandra Eugenia Eckenfels on 03/19/1956. He worked as an airline mechanic for american airlines until he got cancer a few years before his death. He had cancer in his bones and i dont know the correct term for that but he ended up having an amputation and alot of back surgeries until he finally passed away on 04/17/1986. His wife lived in the house until she ended up with cancer of the liver and she passed 10/25/2001. They are both buried next to each other at Hilltop Cemetary in Carrolton, Tx.
Their daughter lived at the home until she got married to Peter Duff Brown on 05/05/1979 and they had one daughter named April Renee Brown on 04/19/1984 in Arlington, Tx. They divorced in 1995. She remarried Stephan Canales in 2002 and they live in Arlington, Tx. I (April) have grown up here in Arlington, Tx and still live her with my Husband Adam Miller (we married 05/25/2002) and our children Adam Jr (9 yrs old) Blake (7 yrs old) and Audrey (1 year old).
If you want anymore information on him or more stories then i dont have a problem with doing that. If you want go ahead and give me your email and i will email you some pictures and stuff. And just so you know the email shown is correct. And again i will post some information on edith when i get ahold of my mom. It is hard to find anything out because on this end of eckenfels we are about it. Can't wait to hear from you bye