To: PAMELA J FRENCH ...124 G ST HAMILTON, OH 45013Pam just thought that I would say Hi, I am doing good, My daughter Chloee a I live here in Indianapolis still and working full-time at the airport. Just wanted to let you know that I am still breathing. You can e-mail anytime (gurlygurl85 At hotmail.com).
Bill's only daughter, Erica
To: PAMELA J PEZZILLO ...3139 60TH AVE FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33314Dear PAMELA J PEZZILLO,
My name is Germain Koffi of nationality of the Ivory Coast I speak About French. I want that you are my friend and has if possible the continuation exchanged some constructive ideas, because me I am still very young and you enough ripe to know some more than me, this is why my choice these carried towards you. If you are married that is not serious, most important is which have can be of true friend. I am Christian of religion, believing in our Jesus Lord Christ. In fact I come within province of data processing and exert the function of hand tenant and hope for dependent a good relation with you. You will be able to write to me in English as in French this address gnallou2007gmail.com has. On standby of your answer, receive my greetings the most distinguished.
To: CRAIG FRENCHI'm looking for Craig Ramey French II. I am looking for the son of Gloria Jean Lord French and Craig French Sr. If you were born on Nov 8, 1971 in CT, and Gloria and Craig were your parents then I am your AUNT. I was put up for adoption at age 2 and have been Ysearching for my natural family for the last 15+ years. You can contact me at 805-345-8782. Or email me at debignes At yahoo.com.
I desperately hope I am right and will hear from you soon.
TO: ANN BELOVICH
Michael and Pamela Temple (Willits, CA) told me that they had just visited your wonderful garden with Greg from Vintage garden, Sebastopol.
I was reading your request for translation. The original message as you posted it did not have the full text and was missing a few words for one of the sentences to make sense. Also your French correspondant just said customs and somebody who translated for you assumed that because it was written in French that your roses were being held by the French customs.
The French may require an inspection but that would be by the Agricultural department, not the French customs. The French charge a tax on added value and that can be waved for export. I do not know if the seller would on their own fill the paper work to wave the added value tax or if such a step can only be undertaken by the buyer him/herself.
The first guess would be that the shipper was waiting for the customs and the US Customs was waiting for the shipper.
Sharon van Eeno, Editor of the Pot Pourri of Roses (associated with the Huntington Garden/The Huntington/Clair Martin Curator of Roses in Pasadena, CA) often imports roses from Belgium, so she is familiar with the import process.
If you have not resolved your current order or if you have problem in the future, feel free to contact me. Tell me all you know about the steps that need to be accomplished at both ends and I shall be glad to e-mail or call you, France, the US Customs and resolve the matter for you.
Thank you for your pioneer work.
Martine Liguori: mxl6334 At comcast.net
To: THOMAS M FRENCHif this is the tom french who owns a construction business please contact me. thank gloria garvin
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