Angelo's Angels 
WWII Dog Tag Return Project
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Volunteer Biographies
Christine Coleman Cook, from Plymouth, Massachusetts, started tracing her own family tree in 1980 and has been avidly interested in genealogy ever since. She Volunteered at her local library for 10 years helping people learn genealogy and also conducting beginner genealogy lectures for the library and other groups such as the Massachusetts Library Conference, local genealogical societies, etc. She decided to go out her own in 2010 and become a professional genealogist.  Christine founded Root Tracer Genealogy Research Services in March 2010. She still continues to work as a library technician at her local library.
She has been married for 27 years and has two wonderful children. Her daughter is a recent college graduate, employed and living in Boston. Her son will be graduating college in May with hopes of becoming a sports writer.

Christine has been involved with Angelo's Angels since shortly after it was founded by Francesca Cumero, in December of 2006.  She and Francesca became acquainted after Francesca phoned the library seeking the obituary of a veteran.  After learning about the work Angelo's Angels was doing on behalf of veterans and their families, Christine knew she wanted to be a part of it and has been with us ever since.  She has assisted in several very difficult returns, with amazing success.

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