Juice Boy Videos
BABIJ EXTENDED FAMILY ARCHIVES
Welcome to our extended family website and its archival trove of videos, slideshows, memorials, blog posts, and commentary. Here you will find historical content, social commentary, a few timely documentaries, and entertainment presented solely for the enjoyment of subscribers and extended family.
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This site is dedicated to the memory of generations who have preceeded us, both domestically and in the ancestral homeland of Ruthenia, a partial map of which (in Polish) is the background of this page; including but not limited to Ivan and Anna Babij, Paul and Elsie Babij, Peter and Mae Babij, Henry and Olga Balboni, Almon and Kathryn Blashill, George and Norma Davidson, William and Mary Rogers, Gil and Mabel VanConant and others whom we have recently lost most notably cousin Mary Kay’s husband Don Darnell; cousins Mark Davidson together with the VanConant siblings Bobbi Godman, Richard, and Roger; and cousin Ann Chavez’s daughter Beth McDonald. Відпочинок у світі [Rest in peace].
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