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Pamela Acquaviva Kalbfleisch

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A former military dependent and spouse who lived in or visited 47 of the 50 United States, Pam also resided in England and Germany, and travelled to Canada and Mexico by age 16. Pam moved to Louisville, Kentucky, in 1990. The Derby City has been her hometown ever since. She attended the University of Kentucky and Transylvania University simultaneously while on an U.S. Air Force ROTC scholarship. Pam's extensive travels provided her with the ability to appreciate people and their cultures around the globe. A woman with many interests and abilities, her work experiences have included real estate, banking, small business ownership, graphic design, sports photography, and field hockey technical officiating. Her initial foray into forensic genealogy happened completely by chance in 2014: a follower of the U.S. Veterans Administration's FaceBook page, Pam noticed a post there that was written in French. It was from a woman in France requesting help to find the living family of an American WW-II veteran. She found his wartime-era dogtag during a recent hike in the woods near her home in northeast France, and she wanted to return it to his family. Pam reached out to her - and in less than a week the veteran's nephew was found, the dogtag was shipped to him, and Pam was hopelessly hooked on forensic genealogy. Fast-forward to now, Pam recently finished her first year of working as a professional genealogist on staff at the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. She is currently a participant in ProGen Study Group 40. She completed Boston University's professional certificate course in Genealogical Research in April 2018. Her future plans include acquiring certification as a professional genealogist, and completing her B.S. degree in Criminology. A devoted wife and mother, Pam lives in Louisville with her husband who is the 2nd-generation CEO of his family-owned and -operated printing company. Their daughter attends graduate school at a university in Virginia.

Professional Learning
BU Certificate in Gen Research

Continuing Education:
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (2018, Amherst, NY)

Research Specialty:
Emigration & Immigration ; Federal Records ; Land Records ; Lineage Societies ; Military ; Heir Searcher ; Naturalization ; Forensic ; Italian American ; Court Records ; Luxembourgian American ; DNA Specialist

Time Period Specialty:
18th Century ; 20th Century ; 21st Century

Geographic Specialty:
DC ; IN ; KY ; MO ; NJ ; NC ; OH ; SC ; TN ; VA ; WV ; South

Research Counties:
Boone County, KY ; Butler County, KY ; Campbell County, VA ; Clark County, IN ; Fayette County, KY ; Floyd County, IN ; Franklin County, KY ; Jefferson County, KY ; Logan County, KY ; Ohio County, KY

Service Categories:
Brochure Design ; Photography ; Transcription

Basic French (Reading Only) ; Basic Italian (reading) ; English (native)

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Postal Code:
Day Phone:
(502) 509-4820
Evening Phone:
(502) 509-4820

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