Miscellaneous Central Florida Obituaries - 1999

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BERTHA CORNELIA "CONNIE" ALVERSON, 86, Talmo Street, Longwood, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mrs. Alverson was executive secretary for Mobil Oil Corp. Born in Vermont, she moved to Central Florida in 1996. She was Presbyterian. Survivors: nephews, Roger Mobley, Longwood, John, Sarasota; two great-nephews; one great-niece. Sunset Cremations, Altamonte Springs.
 

LOUIS ANGELINE, 71, 2215 Marion Drive, Melbourne, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Angeline was the retired owner of Mademoiselle Beauty Salon. Born in Pittsburgh, he moved to Central Florida in 1990. He was a member of Disabled Veterans of America Melbourne Post. He was a member of Ascension Catholic Church, Melbourne. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: sons, Mark, Melbourne, Michael, Palm Bay, Stephen, Port St. John; daughter, Barbara Greeley, Long Branch, N.J.; brothers, Fred, New Jersey, John, Newark, N.J.; 11 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.
 

ERNEST E. AUTON, 71, Green Swamp Road, Clermont, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Auton was a factory worker for Dana Corp. Born in Banner Elk, N.C., he moved to Central Florida in 1982. He was Protestant. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Opal I.; son, Gary, Alexandria, Va.; daughter, Erna, Ypsilanti, Mich.; brother, Billy Stewart, Deep Gap, N.C.; sister, Mary H. Whitehurst, Rocky Mount, N.C.; two grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Garden.
 

BETTY B. BLANKENSHIP, 56, Chinaberry Drive, Orlando, died Monday, Sept. 20, of cancer. Mrs. Blankenship was a secretary. Born in London, Ky., she moved to Central Florida in 1977. She was a member of Ladies of the Moose. She was Protestant. Survivors: husband, Murray; daughters, Penny S. Schadel, Bridgeport, Ala., Fay Richardson, Apopka, Sherrie Brown, Jamie L., Nikki A., all of Orlando; sister, Mary Ann McCullough, Orlando; five grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

SUZANNE SISSONS BROWN, 84, Hickory, N.C., died Tuesday, Sept. 14. Mrs. Brown was a homemaker. She was a member of Church of the Ascension Episcopal. Survivors: husband, Richard D.; sons, William D., Deep Gap, N.C., Kenneth D., Orlando; two grandchildren. Hickory Funeral Home, Hickory.
 

WILLIAM MICHAEL BUCKLEY, 35, Dockside Drive, Orlando, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Buckley was a computer technician. Born in LaGrange, Ga., he moved to Central Florida in 1981. He was Baptist. Survivors: father, W.M., Grass Valley, Calif.; mother, Suetta, Orlando; brothers, Robert S., Altamonte Springs, Robert C., Orlando; sisters, Lynn, Fort Riley, Kan., Melissa, Orlando. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

MARJORIE C. CALLAWAY, 78, Chestnut Drive, Mount Hope, W.Va., died Monday, Sept. 20. Born in Tennessee, she moved to Central Florida in 1998. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Mount Hope Presbyterian Church. Survivors: husband, Harvey R., Mount Hope; son, J.D. "Buz," Kissimmee; daughter, Ann Catherine Willis, Switzerland; five grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.
 

CLAUDE TURNER CAPLEY, 87, Firebird Drive, Orlando, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mr. Capley was a retired deputy sheriff. Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., he moved to Central Florida in 1987. He was a member of Riverside Baptist Church, Orlando. Survivors: wife, Ruby L.; daughter, Barbara J. Garner, Jacksonville; sister, Cleo Robertson, Chattanooga; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

CONRAD CARTER JR., 78, Radclyffe Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Carter was a retired salesman. Born in Kentucky, he moved to Central Florida in 1956. He was a member of Neighborhood Alliance Church, Longwood. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: wife, Rosemary; sons, William C., Atlanta, Robert D., Orlando; brothers, Lucian, Chesapeake, Ohio, Vincent Carter, Huntington, W.Va.; sister, Katherine Davidson, Chesapeake; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando.
 

JUDY A. CAUGHMAN, 51, Belleview, died Thursday, Sept. 16. Mrs. Caughman was a church secretary. She was born in Akron, Ohio. She was a member of South 14th Street Church of Christ, Leesburg. Survivors: son, Joshua, Leesburg; mother, Anabel Ross, Belleview; brothers, Patrick Ross, McKenzie, Tenn., Michael Ross, Tavares. National Cremation Society, Ocala.
 

MARION A. CHAULK, 76, 208 DeSota Court, Lady Lake, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mrs. Chaulk was a teacher for the Hampton Bay school system, Hampton, N.Y. Born in Ripley, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1993. She was a member of North Lake Presbyterian Church, Lady Lake. She was a member of the New York Teachers' Association. Survivors: husband, Douglas; daughters, Cathy Compton, Port Tobacco, Md., Margaret Starnes, Street, Md., Bonnie Lorimer, Kansas City, Mo.; sons, Paul Achtellik, Solomons, Md., Greg Achtellik, Asheville, N.C., Donald, Longwood; sister, Margaret McMillian, Los Angeles; 11 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Page-Theus-Blanchard Funeral Home, Leesburg.
 

DONALD R. CRIVOKAPICH, 56, Essex Drive, Longwood, died Monday, Sept. 20, of cancer. Mr. Crivokapich was a former officer with the Chicago Police Department. Born in Chicago, he moved to Central Florida in 1995. He was a member of Fraternal Order of Police and American Legion. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War. Survivors: wife, Antoinette; stepsons, Michael Bondi, Longwood, Christopher Koziel, Plymouth, Ind.; stepdaughter, Renee Koziel, Valparaiso, Ind.; brothers, Robert, South Holland, Ill., Stuart, Lockport, Ill.; two granddaughters. Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran-Forest City Chapel.
 

DELACRUZ DAMIAN, 87, Muscatello Street, Orlando, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mr. Damian worked in hospital security. Born in Peru, he moved to Central Florida in 1995. He was Roman Catholic. Survivors: wife, Manuella; son, Santiago, Orlando; daughter, Exalta Keough, Orlando; four grandchildren. Beacon's National Cremation Society, Winter Park.
 

SALVATORE P. DiNOTO, 55, 5226 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Born in New York City, he moved to Central Florida in 1994. Mr. DiNoto was a retired hairdresser. He was Roman Catholic. He was a Navy Veteran of the Vietnam War. Survivors: wife, Diane, Orlando; daughter, Catherine Nappi, New York; son, Philip, Neveda; sister, Rosalie Gonzalez, Orlando; four grandchildren. Osceola Memory Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Home, Kissimmee.
 

HAROLD HARTER SR., 87, Providence Boulevard, Deltona, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mr. Harter was owner and operator of Harter Marine Refrigeration Inc. Born in Portland, Ind., he moved to Central Florida in 1984. He was Protestant. Survivors: sons, David L., Oviedo, Harold Jr., Hollywood; daughter, Roberta J. Gulbrandsen, Miami; sister, Phyllis M. Walsh, Kettering, Ohio; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Baldauff Family Funeral Home, Orange City.
 

AUSTIN PERRY HIGGINS, 91, Southgate Drive, Kissimmee, died Monday, Sept. 20. Born in Durham, Maine, he moved to Central Florida in 1972. He was a maintenance supervisor and a missionary. He was Protestant. Survivors: wife, Grace, Kissimmee; sons, A. Paul, Waxhaw, N.C., Joseph, Cordova, Tennessee; David, Dallas; sister, Miriam Carpenter, Goulds; nine grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.
 

EVELYN E. JOERGER, 81, Pinecrest Street, Titusville, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mrs. Joerger was a homemaker. Born in Jersey City, N.J., she moved to Central Florida in 1959. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Titusville. Survivors: sons, Richard B., Petaluma, Calif., James W., Cocoa; daughter, Kathleen R. Londo, Titusville; sister, Helen Schultz, Bergenfield, N.J.; three grandchildren. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.
 

SANDRA JEAN JORDAN, 52, 521 Ely Court, Deltona, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mrs. Jordan was a homemaker. Born in Bath, Maine, she moved to Central Florida in 1989. Survivors: husband, Merrill; parents, Donald P. and Gloria M. Severance, Kittery, Maine; sons, Michael D., Oviedo, Marc H., Orlando; daughter, Christina L. Collier, Deltona; brother, Larry Severance, Rye, N.H.; sister, Annette C. Dunlap, Port Richey; eight grandchildren. Deltona Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery, Orange City.
 

WAYNE ARTHUR LAVOIE, 77, Tower Road, DeBary, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mr. LaVoie was retired from the sales and service department of Sears in Illinois. Born in Ashkum, Ill., he moved to Central Florida in 1984. He was a member of St. Ann's Catholic Church, DeBary. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Holy Name Society, the Moose Lodge and the American Legion. Survivors: wife, Idamae; sons, Terry, Kankakee, Ill., James, Bradley, Ill.; stepson, Gary Preisser, Apopka; stepdaughters, Beckie Burris, Orlando, Irene Owens, Eustis; brothers, Gerald, Prescott, Ariz., Lloyd, Bourbonnais, Ill.; 14 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Baldauff Family Funeral Home, Orange City.
 

MARY MCDONOUGH LEAVENS, 87, Orlando Avenue, Maitland, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mrs. Leavens was a retired executive secretary for the Department of Defense. Born in Streator, Ill., she moved to Central Florida in 1948. She was a member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church. Survivors: sisters, Irene F. Doerk, Maitland, Phyllis A. Weber, Fort Worth, Texas. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando.
 

ROBERT W. LINDSAY, 69, 3837 Arlington Ave., Mims, died Friday, Sept. 10. Mr. Lindsay worked for Ford Motor Co. Born in Powell, Tenn., he moved to Central Florida in 1985. He was a member of United Auto Workers Local 723. Survivors: wife, Joan; son, Robert C., Carleton, Mich.; daughter, Debra Burton, Northville, Mich.; brother, Hubert F., Mount Clemens, Mich.; sisters, Helen Larner, Laura Payne, both of Monroe, Mich.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.
 

BENJAMIN RICHARDSON MCCURDY, 90, Church Street, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mr. McCurdy was a landscaper. Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Central Florida in 1981. Survivor: son, James G., Orlando. Beacon's National Cremation Society-Winter Park Chapter.
 

VICTOR LOUIS RODRIGUEZ, 81, 1605 Eastern Ave., St. Cloud, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Rodriguez was a farmer. He was born in Coamo, Puerto Rico. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Angeline; daughters, Ismael, Boston, Rosael, Nydia, both of Puerto Rico, Elizabeth, St. Cloud; sons, Hector, Savannah, Ga., Angel L., Palm Coast; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.
 

JEAN MARIE ST. GEORGE, 87, Palm Springs Drive, Longwood, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mrs. St. George was a homemaker. Born in Duluth, Minn., she moved to Central Florida in 1970. Survivors: sons, Thomas A., Curtis L., both of Longwood; two grandchildren. All Faiths Cremation Service, Casselberry.
 

CATHERINE ANN SCANLAND, 73, East Villa Capri Circle, DeLand, died Saturday, Sept. 18, of cancer. Mrs. Scanland was a homemaker. Born in Cartersville, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1989. Survivors: daughters, Virginia Ann Jones, Orange City, Susan Middleton, Bolinas, Calif.; sister, Clyde Powell, Arlington, Texas. Lankford Funeral Home, DeLand. 
 

IRENE G. SARBER, 94, Northland Road, Mount Dora, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mrs. Sarber was a homemaker. Born in Coal Center, Pa., she moved to Central Florida in 1973. She was past president of Pittsburgh District Missionary. She was a member of Central Church of the Nazarene, Orlando. Survivors: daughter, Donna, Mount Dora; sisters, Ethel Larson, St. Petersburg, Alma Hyslop, Monongahela, Pa., Ruth McLuckie, Rockledge; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando.
 

FRIEDA MAY THOMAS, 86, Sweetgum Drive, Orange City, died Thursday, Sept. 16. Mrs. Thomas was a retired lab technician in research and animal medicine. Born in Big Prairie, Ohio, she moved to Central Florida in 1973. She was a member of Deltona Church of Christ. Survivors: husband, Paul C.; son, Rex C., Virginia Beach, Va.; brothers, Robert Heffelfinger, Deltona, Richard Heffelfinger, Columbus, Ohio; sister, Eula Sutliff, Villa Rica, Ga.; two granddaughters. Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, Orange City.
 

FRED WESTON, 82, South Pineridge Circle, Sanford, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Weston was a postal employee. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he moved to Central Florida in 1965. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans and Fleet Reserve Association. He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, Louise; sons, Frederick D., Edward R., both of Ormond Beach, John D., Tallahassee, James A., DeLand; brother, William H., Valley Stream, N.Y.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Gramkow Funeral Home, Sanford.
 

BARBARA JOYCE WILDERMUTH, 69, 1554 Ross Drive, Deltona, died Tuesday, Sept. 14. Mrs. Wildermuth was a retired schoolteacher. Born in Kalamazoo, Mich., she moved to Central Florida in 1975. She was a member and organist for the Elks Lodge, 2739, Deltona. She was a member of the National Association of Retired Public Employees. Survivor: daughter, Sallie Carlock, Boca Raton. Deltona Memorial Funeral Home, Orange City.

CHARLES L. ADAMS, 74, Maid 'O the Mist Drive, Fern Park, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Adams was a railroad lead inspector. Born in Jackson, Ohio, he moved to Central Florida in 1976. He was past commander of Disabled American Veterans and past commander of Military Order of the Purple Heart. He was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Charlotte; sons, C. Gregory, Nashville, Tenn., Douglas L., Orlando, Dan, Winter Springs, Tim, Fern Park; five grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.
 

ROY H. "TYKE" BALLENGER JR., 46, Hidden Meadows Loop, Fern Park, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, of cancer. Mr. Ballenger was a grill cook for Bob Evans Restaurants. Born in Arlington, Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1966. Survivors: mother, Thelma Thornhill, Casselberry; son, Tyson Warren, Japan; father, Leon Thornhill, Orange City; sisters, Terri Armstrong, Daytona Beach, Debbie Silverman, Boca Raton, Donna Patterson, Becky, both of Arlington, Christine Brunn, Harrisburg, Pa.; brother, Chip Thornhill, Orlando. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.
 

EDWARD L. BARNES, 85, 945 Alford St., Titusville, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Barnes was a meter reader for the water department. Born in Norwalk, Conn., he moved to Central Florida in 1979. Survivor: wife, Georgia. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.
 

FLOYD RICHARD BOOTH, 53, Azalea Avenue, Titusville, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Booth worked for South East Commercial Systems. Born in Accoville, W.Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1983. He was a member of Temple Baptist Church, Titusville. Survivors: wife, Betty; sons, John, Michael, both of Orlando, Richard T., Titusville; mother, Madeline, Palm Bay; brother, Leo, Orlando; sisters, Elsie Fox, Palm Bay, Lela Seabeck, Vail, Ariz., Lola Moore, Caro, Mich. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.
 

FREDDIE JAMES BOOTH, 62, 490 Easy St., Merritt Island, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Booth was a construction worker. Born in Fort Valley, Ga., he moved to Central Florida in 1939. He was a member of Mount Olive A.M.E. Church, Merritt Island. Survivors: son, Homer, Merritt Island; daughters, Annie Council, Linda, both of Cocoa, Carol Henry, Baltimore, Edna Dandridge, Port St. Lucie, Peggy Lane, Merritt Island, Terry Herron, Tampa; brothers, Johnny, Robert, both of Cocoa, Wesley, Eddie, Lavel, all of Merritt Island; sisters, Eura Moore, Eleese Jordan, both of Merritt Island, Jeanette McPhee, Cocoa; 15 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Lewis-Ray Mortuary, Titusville.
 

EDMUND CHESTNUT, 88, 9 N. Oak Drive, Kenansville, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Chestnut was a heavy-equipment operator for the state of Kentucky. Born in Burning Springs, Ky., he moved to Central Florida in 1966. Survivors: wife, Opal; son, Dorsey, Kenansville; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.
 

ALYCE COLLINS, 89, 8220 N.W. 171st St., Hialeah, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Collins was a homemaker. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. She was a member of Unity Church, Orlando. Survivor: niece, Anita Cody, Hialeah. Florida Memorial Funeral Home, Rockledge.
 

SPURGEON DUKES, 80, Country Club Drive, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 17, of cancer. Mr. Dukes was a construction worker. Born in Waynesboro, Ga., he moved to Central Florida in 1932. He was Baptist. He was an Army veteran. Survivor: cousin, Lillie M. Williams, Orlando. Arthur J. Mack Funeral Home, DeLand.
 

RUBY M. ELSTON, 74, Pinehurst Street, Detroit, died Monday, Sept. 20, of cardio-pulmonary arrest. Mrs. Elston was a retired clerical worker for Blue Cross and Blue Shield. She was born in Goodwater, Ala. She was a member of Old Missionary Baptist Church, Detroit. Survivors: daughter, Carol Lee, Detroit; son, Duane A., Detroit; brother, Cecil Gamble Jr., Detroit; five grandchildren. Morales and Starks Multinational Funeral Home, Kissimmee.
 

TONY EVEUS HARRISON, 20, 38303 Jamestown St., Umatilla, died Thursday, Sept. 16, of an apparent homicide. Mr. Harrison was a door finisher. Born in Eustis, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was a member of First Jerusalem Community Church, Umatilla. Survivors: father, Gus Jr., Umatilla; mother, Jeanette, Umatilla; daughter, Amari; brother, Marcus, Umatilla; grandmothers, Dorothy Ogiste, Umatilla, Eva Mae, Eustis; grandfather, Gus Sr.; great-great-grandmother, Josephine Bryant, Umatilla. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.
 

MARY L. FIELDS, 56, West Concord Street, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Mrs. Fields was a homemaker. Born in Ellenton, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1966. She was a member of St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors: husband, Frank; son, Lawrence Wood, Moultrie, Ga.; daughter, Wilma, Orlando; mother, Thelma Frankin, Moultrie; father, Willie Franklin, Moultrie; sisters, Willie Mae Blackwell, Moultrie, Janice Troupe, Ellenton; one grandchild. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

ECHO LEONA HENDRICK, 97, South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, of congestive heart failure. Mrs. Hendrick formerly worked in shoe sales. Born in Drake County, Ohio, she moved to Central Florida in 1952. She was a member of Central Christian Church-Orlando. Survivor: brother, Kenneth Flory, Troy, Ohio. Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park.
 

MILDRED BACHMAN HODSDON, 88, Turnberry Terrace, Orlando, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Hodsdon was a retired teacher in Dade County. Born in Wichita Falls, Texas, she moved to Central Florida in 1982. She was a member of Winter Haven Music Club. She was a member of Hope Presbyterian Church. Survivors: husband, Nicholas; son, Nicholas E., Manteo, N.C.; daughter, Martha H.W. Jones, Orlando; three grandsons; four great-grandchildren. Family Funeral Care-Hunter's Creek, Orlando.
 

FRANK L. HUGHES, 84, El Paso Way, Winter Springs, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Hughes was a newspaper pressman. Born in Fremont, Ohio, he moved to Central Florida in 1978. He was a member of Masonic Lodge and Elks Lodge. He was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Virginia; daughter, Patricia Donley, New Albany, Ohio; two grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.
 

LUVENIA JENKINS, 30, Oliva Street, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 18. Miss Jenkins was born in Orlando. She was a member of Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors: sons, Charles, Leonard, Travis, all of Orlando; daughter, Charlene, Orlando; mother, Mamie Woods, Orlando; father, Benjamin Sr., Orlando; brothers, Benjamin Jr., C.C. Woods, Albert Woods, all of Orlando; sisters, Diane Woods, Jackie Woods, Linda Woods, Mary Nobles, all of Orlando. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

SHANNON DEANDREA LONDON, 24, Vargas Street, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 18, of injuries suffered in a fire. Mr. London was an auto mechanic. He was born in Orlando. He was Baptist. Survivors: son, D. Shannon D.J., Orlando; daughter, Micaela Morris, Orlando; mother, Gogie A. Williams, Orlando; father, Horace J. Smith Jr., New Jersey; brothers, Darryl J. London, Steven L. Oliver, both of Orlando; sister, Teresia Oliver, Orlando; maternal grandparents, Lawrence and Evelyn, Orlando. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

ALICE M. MACKEYROY, 51, 1800 Lincoln Ave., Sanford, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mrs. Mackeyroy was a gardener for a nursery shop. She was born in Arlington, Ga. She was a member of Evergreen Temple 321 IBPOE. She was a member of Calvary M.B. Church, Arlington. Survivors: mother, Corine R. Stinger, Albany, Ga.; son, Marvin, Sanford; daughters, Sheila M. Jones, Albany, Alice, Tameko, Tasha, Quanisha, Shakeya, all of Sanford; brothers, Eddie Stringer, James Stringer, both of Albany; sisters, Betty Stringer, Sandra Porter, both of Atlanta, Thelma Davis, Clearwater, Alma Stringer, Albany; 10 grandchildren. Wilson-Eichelberger Mortuary, Sanford.
 

GERALDINE MARTIN, 78, 113 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mrs. Martin was a homemaker. Born in New York, she moved to Central Florida in 1989. She was Roman Catholic. Survivor: sister, Laura O'Neill, Palm Bay. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.
 

ANNIE MAE MCKNIGHT, 87, Championship Court, Apopka, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mrs. McKnight was a homemaker. Born in Nortonville, Ky., she moved to Central Florida in 1977. Survivors: son, Robert, Apopka; brother, Chester Merrill, San Diego; sister, Aretta Smith, Pueblo, Colo.; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.
 

FRANCIS P. MONACO, 73, Yellowstone Drive, Port Orange, died Monday, Sept. 20. Mr. Monaco was owner of Monaco Medical Laboratory. He was born in New Kensington, Pa. He was past president of Florida Society of Medical Technology, American Society of Bioanalysts, past vice president of Florida Association of Medical Laboratories and director of Florida National Bank, DeLand. He was past chairman of Florida Quarterback Club. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, New Smyrna Beach. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: brother, Angelo, Pittsburgh; sisters, Elvera, Pompano Beach, Helen Niesen, Port Orange. Settle-Wilder Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach.
 

DAVID B. O'CONNELL, 74, Lake Drive, DeLand, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. O'Connell was a retired civil engineer with the Department of Transportation. Born in Titusville, he moved to DeLand from there in 1958. He was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church, DeLand, and the West Volusia Coin Club. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Survivors: daughters, Ann, Gainesville, Carol, DeLand, Mary O'Connell Ackley, Alachua; brother, Stephen C., Tallahassee; five grandchildren. Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand.
 

HOWARD E. O'NEILL, 77, Senegal Circle, Oviedo, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, of congestive heart failure. Mr. O'Neill was a sales engineer with Cleveland Graphite Bronze. Born in Cleveland, he moved to Central Florida in 1987. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. Survivors: daughters, Patricia Sacha, Alliance, Ohio, Mary K. O'Neill-Steffen, Prescott, Ariz.; son, William, Chagrin Falls, Ohio; sisters, Patricia Scates, Winter Park, Eleanor Baer, Arline Day, both of Euclid, Ohio, Marie Rieck, Cleveland, Margaret Fogel, Sagamore Hills, Ohio; brothers, John, Euclid, Thomas, Atlanta; six grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo.
 

ANGELA JEANINE SIPPIO, 34, 3111 Security Ave., Oviedo, died Friday, Sept. 17, of lung disease. Ms. Sippio was born in Sanford. She was a member of Rock Hill Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors: mother, Helen Mims, Orlando; son, Charles Q., Orlando; sister, Kimberly White, Oviedo; brother, Charles White Jr., Oviedo; grandmother, Priscilla Brooks, Oviedo. Golden's Funeral Home, Winter Park.
 

GRADY EDD SMITH, 57, Exuma Way, Winter Park, died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Smith was vice president of Brevard Title Inc. Born in Tavares, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was a member of the National Rifle Association. Survivors: wife, Kimberley K.; daughter, Carolyn Mitchell, Winter Park; mother, Mildred, Dothan, Ala.; sisters, Doris, Dottie, Ranee. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.
 

JOSE LUIS SOSA, 77, Densmore Drive, Winter Park, died Tuesday, Sept. 21, of kidney failure. Mr. Sosa was a businessman. Born in Cuba, he moved to Central Florida in 1984. He was a member of St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church. Survivors: wife, Onoria; son, Jose L. Jr., Winter Park; sisters, Marta Lamas, Elsa Lamas, both of Cuba; brother, Santiago Lamas, Cuba; two grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Conway Chapel, Orlando.
 

ELVA I. SPEDALE, 74, Fardo Place, Orlando, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Spedale was a telephone supervisor. Born in Ernul, N.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1959. She was a member of Moose Lodge. She was Baptist. Survivors: husband, A. Peter; mother, Ruth Ipock, North Carolina; brother, Richard Ipock, North Carolina; sister, Hazel Hawks, North Carolina. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando.
 

MARY FRANCES JORDAN STERLING, 73, Arnel Court, Winter Park, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Sterling was a homemaker. Born in Sanford, she was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. Survivors: husband, Thomas F.; daughters, Margaret O'Neal, Winter Springs, Laura A., San Mateo, Calif., Joy Sterling Foote, Winter Park; son, Thomas W., Chuluota; five grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo.


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