Miscellaneous Central Florida Obituaries - 1999

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JUDITH L. ABBOTT, 53, Dana Drive, Deltona, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Abbott was a nurses aide. Born in Council Grove, Kan., she moved to Central Florida in 1990. Survivors: husband, David; son, Clifford A. Craven, Kent, Ohio; daughter, Diana L. Ray, Alliance, Ohio; brothers, Charles A. McPherson, Deltona, Clarence F. McPherson, New Port Richey; sisters, Martha Fording, Fort Lauderdale, Joyce Zinkhon, Barbara Nielson, Sarah Mae Estock, all of Alliance; two grandchildren. Baldauff Family Funeral Home, Orange City.

WALTER ANDERSON SR., 82, Club Trail, Melbourne, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Anderson was a retired long-haul truck driver. Born in Christiansburg, Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1990. He was a member of BPO Elks South Orlando Lodge 2694 and Loyal Order of Moose. He was Protestant. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. Survivors: sons, Walter G. Jr., Melbourne, Sammy K., Bristol, Tenn., Allen Anderson, Bristol, Va.; sisters, Bula Shelbourne, Richmond, Va., Mary Cruce, Marlene Page, both of Christiansburg, Margie Boschert, Linthicum, Md., Blanche Warkman, Lynchburg, Va.; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Davis Funeral Home, Melbourne.

ROLAND J. "MIKE" BERNARD SR., 83, Tumbleweed Lane, Casselberry, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Bernard was a truck driver. Born in St. Johnsbury, Vt., he moved to Central Florida in 1974. He was a member of Knights of Columbus and Chevron Retirees Association. He was Roman Catholic. Survivors: sons, Ben, Casselberry, Rick, Jacksonville; daughter, Kathy Lashley, Casselberry; sister, Joann Knight, Claremont, N.H.; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Orlando Direct Cremation Service.

FREDERICK P. BERTONE, 64, Floral Drive, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Bertone was a manager. Born in Massachusetts, he moved to Central Florida in 1970. He was Roman Catholic. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: wife, Joan; mother, Anne Cullen, Massachusetts; sons, Peter, Frank, Michael, all of Orlando, Paul, Massachusetts; daughters, Patricia Robbins, Ohio, Audrey Boyle, West Palm Beach; sisters, Frances Henry, Connecticut, Helen Catalano, California; brothers, Gerald, Massachusetts, Andrew, Davenport; 12 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando.

ANDREA CHASTANG-BLEVINS, 48, Talladega, Ala., died Monday, Aug. 30. Dr. Chastang-Blevins was director of emergency-room services for Southern Medical Group, Talladega. She was born in Niceville. She was a member of the Association of Emergency Room Physicians and the Academy of Family Practice Physicians. Survivors: daughters, Elizabeth, Danielle, both of Talladega; sons, Leigh, Gregory, both of Baltimore; mother, Harriette L. Chastang, Cape Canaveral; sisters, Janine, Bartow, Jacqueline, Germaine, both of Orlando, Georgette, Jacksonville Beach; brothers, Richard, Lawrence, both of Orlando. Usrey Funeral Home, Talladega.

JORGE BOWERS, 3, East Main Street, Geneva, died Thursday, Sept. 23. Born in Charlotte, N.C., he moved to Central Florida in 1998. He was Protestant. Survivors: parents, Wayne and Donna; brothers, James Wilkus, Fairbanks, Ala., Wayne, Boulder, Colo., Greg, Joshua, Joey, all of Geneva; sisters, Christen, Aimee, both of Warrenton, Va., Nichole, Hope, both of Geneva; paternal grandmother, Margaret Wooldridge, Oakton, Va.; maternal grandparents, James and Mary McQuilkin, Philadelphia; maternal grandmother, Christine McQuilkin, Philadelphia. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo.

KAREN L. BROWNE, 58, 139 South Halifax, Daytona Beach, died Saturday, Sept. 11. Mrs. Browne was a telemarketer. She was born in Toledo, Ohio. She was a member of First Christian Church of Daytona. Survivors: husband, Francis X., Fort Lauderdale; brother, Peter Gravengaard, Jacksonville. Halifax Cremation Society, New Smyrna Beach.

STEPHEN W. BROWN, 90, Ambassador Drive, Orlando, died Thursday, Sept. 23, of Alzheimer's disease. Mr. Brown was a tool and die maker. Born in Denmark, he moved to Central Florida in 1975. He was a member of Hager Club and Masonic Lodge. He was a member of Lockhart Baptist Church, Orlando. Survivors: wife, June E. Pankhurst; daughter, Lorraine, Orlando; stepdaughters, Vicki LaForest, Apopka, Ruthie Washburn, Burke, Va.; stepson, Richard Pankhurst, Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando.

MATILDA C. CLEMENS, 83, Roscoe Drive, Kissimmee, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Clemens was a homemaker. Born in Trenton, N.J., she moved to Central Florida in 1979. She was Protestant. Survivors: daughter, Linda A. Hutzler, Melbourne; son, Raymond P. III, Kissimmee; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.

RONALD A. COX, 47, Blanche Court, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24, of acute respiratory failure. Mr. Cox was a television production teacher for West Orange High School. Born in Barbados, he moved to Central Florida in 1989. He was a member of Northland Community Church, Longwood. Survivors: wife, Judy; son, Micah, Orlando; daughter, Mekia, Orlando; parents, Gounod and Norma, Barbados; sisters, Margaret, Joanna Alexander, both of Miami, Frances, Canada. Postell's Mortuary Pine Hills Chapel, Orlando.

NICHOLAS A. DILUZIO, 79, 3210 N. Harbour City Blvd. No. 318, Melbourne, died Thursday, Sept. 23. Mr. Diluzio was a retired manager for Walgreens Drug Store, Miami. Born in Hazleton, Pa., he moved to Central Florida in 1988. He was a member of Ascension Catholic Church, Melbourne. He was an Army veteran of World War II, Survivors: wife, Marlene; daughter, Grace A. Alper, Melbourne; son, Nicholas, Tallahassee; sisters, Josephine Castrina, Peoria, Ariz., Lucille Turse, Sacramento, Calif.; four grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

CLOYD F. FOSTER JR., 75, Huntingdon, Pa., died Thursday, Sept. 23. Mr. Foster was a manager of Stagecoach Inn, St. Cloud. He was born in Huntingdon. He was a member of Fifteenth Street United Methodist Church, Huntingdon. He was a member of BPO Elks Lodge 976. Survivors: wife, Betty A.; daughter, Debra M., Cocoa Beach; stepson, Clair Crock, Bellefonte, Pa.; sisters, Francis E. Hicks, Alexandria, Pa., Ruth E. Mansell, Millport, N.Y., Helen K. Saltsman, Jeannette, Pa.; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Robert E. Peters Funeral Home, Huntington.

KATHLEEN MARIE GAINES, 93, 245 Cedar St., Clermont, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Gaines was a homemaker. Born in Canada, she moved to Central Florida in 1925. She was a member of Order of the Eastern Star. She was Methodist. Survivors: son, Jack, Clermont; daughter, Floretta C. McLean, Clermont; sisters, Bernice Forget, Winnefred Shrear, Adeline White, all of Detroit.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Kurfiss Funeral Chapel, Clermont.

HENRY GOICOECHEA, 66, Curry Ford Road, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24, of kidney failure. Mr. Goicoechea was a chef. Born in New York City, he moved to Central Florida in 1980. He was Roman Catholic. Survivors: wife, Aida; sons, Richard, Agustin Collazo, Wen Collazo, all of Orlando, Edwin Collazo, Staten Island, N.Y.; four granddaughters. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Conway Chapel, Orlando.

ROSEMARY W. GOLDY, 86, 40716 W. Sixth Ave., Umatilla, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Goldy was a homemaker. Born in Altoona, Pa., she moved to Central Florida in 1974. She was a member of St. Mary of the Lakes Catholic Church, Eustis. Survivors: sons, Joseph P., Umatilla, Richard T., Garden City, Kan.; daughter, Mary Vaughn, Fairborn, Ohio; sister, Margie Wimer, Fruitland Park; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla.

JOHN COATES HOUSTON JR., 90, 701 Lake Port Blvd., Leesburg, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mr. Houston was CEO of Frederick Electronics Corp. Born in Paterson, N.J., he moved to Central Florida in 1976. He served on the War Production Board and later was an assistant to President Truman. Survivors: several nieces and nephews. Beyers Funeral Home, Leesburg.

PERLA M. JACKSON, 82, Hinckley Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, Sept. 14. Mrs. Jackson was a beautician. Born in Panama, she moved to Central Florida in 1980. She was Methodist. Survivors: sisters, Lucille Meade, Kissimmee, Vera Downer, Brooklyn, N.Y. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

JANE L. JIMENEZ, 52, Iris Road, Casselberry, died Thursday, Sept. 23. Mrs. Jimenez worked for Gorman Co. Born in Elizabeth, N.J., she moved to Central Florida in in 1983. She was a member of NSPI. Survivors: daughter, Anne Litz, Orlando; mother, Helen Golda, Elizabeth; brother, Robert Golda, Elizabeth; sisters, Barbara Case, Winter Springs, Irene Volinski, New Jersey; one grandchild. Family Funeral Care, Oviedo.

JOSEPH O. JOHNSON, 80, Greenway Avenue, Sanford, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Johnson was a retired grove worker. Born in Sanford, he was a lifelong resident. Survivors: wife, Gladys M.; stepson, James L., Auburn, N.Y.; daughters, Mae Cephus, Jennings, Jackie Williams, Patricia Alston, Janice Bryant, all of Sanford; stepdaughter, Lois Brown, Sanford; 31 grandchildren. Banfield Funeral Home, Winter Springs.

FLORENCE FREEMAN JONES, 87, North Euclid Avenue, Lake Helen, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Jones was a retired biology teacher. Born in Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1982. She was a member of First Congregational Church, Lake Helen. Survivors: daughters, Elizabeth Jones-Longwell, Sedrow-Wooley, Wash., Margaret Jones-Curtis, Freeland, Md.; one grandchild. Lankford Funeral Home, DeLand.

LLEWELLYN B. JONES, 88, West Church Street, Orlando, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Mr. Jones was a telephone order/operator. He was born in Barbados. He was Methodist. Survivors: wife, Annie; sons, Jack, Miami, Anthony, Trinidad; daughters, Joyce Worrell, Shirley Rowe, both of Orlando, Harriet, Barbados, Shirley Straker, New York; 17 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

BERNADETTE "TERRY" KEEGAN, 75, Lake Avenue, Maitland, died Friday, Sept. 24, of cancer. Mrs. Keegan was a homemaker. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1990. She was a member of The Hilltoppers Senior Citizens Association. She was a member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, Altamonte Springs. Survivors: daughters, Pat M. Rush, Maitland, Maureen Peraza, Port Washington, N.Y.; three grandchildren. Newcomer Family Funeral Home, Winter Park.

MARY BERNICE LEBEDOFF, 87, Smokerise Boulevard, Longwood, died Thursday, Sept. 24. Miss Lebedoff was a Bible instructor. Born in Canada, she moved to Central Florida in 1975. She was a member of Forest Lake Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors: sister, Anna Steeves, British Columbia; brothers, J.A., Saskatchewan, Dr. Victor, Hyattsville, Md.; Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran-Forest City Chapel.

JOHN JOSEPH MAVES, 78, 141 Serena Road, DeBary, died Sunday, Sept. 19. Mr. Maves was a pipefitter for Dow Chemical. He was born in Baltic, Conn. He was Roman Catholic. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II. Survivors: daughters, Anne Keller, Connecticut, Mary Ellen McGorty, Bridgewater, Conn.; sister, Ann Leipert, DeBary; four grandchildren. Halifax Cremation Society, New Smyrna Beach.

JAMES R. "DICK" O'NEIL, 67, Palos Verdes Drive, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. O'Neil was a contract administrator for Martin Marietta. Born in South Boston, Mass., he moved to Central Florida in 1978. He was a member of Blessed Trinity Catholic Church. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, Addie; stepson, Reno Gambone, Orlando; daughters, Patricia A., Venice; brother, William, Sandy Hook, Conn.; one grandson. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.

MILTON J. POMERICH, 84, Chelsea Street, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. Pomerich was a retired electrical engineer for Martin Marietta. Born in Sheboygan, Wis., he moved to Central Florida in 1956. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Lorina L.; daughter, Phyllis Wright, Potomac, Md.; sister, Jean Goebel, Sheboygan, Wis.; one grandson. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando.

ALICE MARIE ROBINSON, 56, Grant Street, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24, of renal failure. Mrs. Robinson was a housekeeper. Born in Bartow, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1961. She was a member of World Wide Church of God. Survivors: sons, Kim W. Hodges, Barry Hodges, both of Marietta, Ga., Leonard, Orlando; daughter, Alicia, Orlando; two grandchildren. Brinson's Funeral Home, Orlando.

NICKLOUS SAWYER, 1, Sueann Street, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24. Nicklous was born in Orlando. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Union Park. Survivors: mother and father, Tammy and Donnie, Orlando; sister, Courtney, Orlando; maternal grandmother, Jeanette Creel, Orlando; maternal grandfather, Edward Richards, Orlando; paternal grandparents, Janice and Henry, Sebring; maternal great-grandmother, Myrtle Barkley, Orlando; paternal great-grandmother, Nellie Barnhart, Sebring. Baldwin-Fairchild Goldenrod-Winter Park Chapel.

JAMES D. SLAUGHTER JR., 67, Trotwood Boulevard, Winter Springs, died Thursday, Sept. 23. Mr. Slaughter was a life-insurance salesman. Born in Harrisburg, Pa., he moved to Central Florida in 1994. He was a member of Winter Springs Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, Margaret A.; daughters, Lynn Anderson, Satellite Beach, Wanda Hargrave, St. Cloud, Cheryl Fox, Myersville, Md., Bonnie Pratte, Casselberry; eight grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

JOHN A. SMOLEY, 77, Furlong Way, Gotha, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. Smoley was a retired real-estate salesman. Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., he moved to Central Florida in 1984. He was a member of SACO. He was Roman Catholic. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: sons, John A., Kissimmee, Michael A., Orlando; daughters, Kimberly Peaslee, Phoenix; Tamara, Gotha, Valjean, Orlando; seven grandchildren. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

KIMRY K. STOKES JR., 70, Woodsedge Drive, Augusta, Ga., died Tuesday, Sept. 21. Mr. Stokes was a sales manager. He was born in Ocala. He was Methodist. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: son, Bobby; brother, Charles A., Roswell, Ga. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.

ELIZABETH A. TOWNSEND, 92, 5221 Walker Ave., West Melbourne, died Thursday, Sept. 23. Mrs. Townsend was a housewife. Born in Scotland, she moved to Central Florida in 1974. She was a member of Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd, Melbourne. Survivors: sister, Florence McDougall, West Melbourne; six grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

ZUDIE B. WALKER, 87, 1120 W. Donegan Ave., Kissimmee, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Walker was a homemaker. Born in Philadelphia, Miss., she moved to Central Florida in 1989. She was Baptist. Survivors: son, Jerry, Kissimmee; daughter, Fay Resnick, Miami; five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.

YANCY HARRY WAUGH JR., 37, Sutton Circle, Daytona Beach, died Thursday, Sept. 2. Mr. Waugh was a carpenter. Born in Baltimore, he moved to Central Florida in 1984. Survivors: sisters, Judith A. Fanning, Hillside, N.J., Sandra Gainer, Chesapeake, Va. Halifax Cremation Society, New Smyrna Beach.

GLENDON P. WEATHERHOLTZ, 86, Grant Street, Longwood, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Weatherholtz was a superintendent of Fairfax, Va. Born in Fairfax County, Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1974. He was a member of Full Gospel Business Men Fellowship and Pioneer Outreach Ministries. He was a member of Calvary Assembly of God. Survivors: sons, Glendon L., Casselberry, Vernon, Key Largo; daughters, Ellen Carter, Jane Hucks, both of Orlando; brother, Garrett, Elizabethtown, Pa.; sisters, Beatrice Morris, Manassas, Va., Alice Petersen, Petersburg, Va.; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.

LEON E. WHITE JR., 51, Red Bay Drive, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. White was self-employed in the auto-parts industry. He was born in Hialeah. Survivors: wife, Carol; daughters, Jennifer, Vero Beach, Misty, April, both of Orlando; brother, David, North Carolina; sisters, Deneece Butler, North Carolina, Linda Johnson, Daytona Beach. Dove Funeral Chapel & Crematory, Orlando.

ALICE LEE WHITTED, infant, Messina Avenue, Orlando, died Wednesday, Sept. 22. Alice was born in Orlando. She was Baptist. Survivors: mother, Kendra A. Stubbs, Orlando; father, Eddie L. Jr., Orlando; brothers, Eddie L. III, Deshante, both of Englewood, Calif.; sister, Shawnte Jenkins, Orlando; paternal grandparents, Ethel, Eddie Sr., both of Orlando; maternal grandparents, Shirley Mansfield, John H. Stubbs, both of Orlando; paternal stepgrandparents, Jessie Stubbs, E.B. Mansfield, both of Orlando; paternal great-grandparents, Paul Dunbar, Alice Dunbar, Ruby, all of Orlando. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

FRANCIS R. "RUDY" WIDEMAN, 79, Lakehaven Circle, Orlando, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mr. Wideman was a retired manager for the Veterans Administration. Born in Plum Branch, S.C., he moved to Central Florida in 1998. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Gainesville. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Marie; son, Wayne, Orlando; daughters, Jan Saxton, Boston, Carol, Orlando; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Union Park Memorial Chapel Funeral Home, Orlando.

JO C. ARNOLD, 62, 11500 Westwood Blvd., Orlando, died Sunday, Sept. 26. Mrs. Arnold was a bank clerk. Born in Arkansas, she moved to Central Florida in 1990. She was Protestant. Survivors: son, Greg, Orlando; daughters, Kristie Frizsell, North Carolina, Diana Merritt, Merritt Island; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Orlando Direct Cremation Service, Orlando.

LANDER CARLISLE BATES JR., 74, Grand Avenue, Glenwood, died Friday, Sept. 24. Born in Hamlet, N.C., he moved to Central Florida in 1975. He was a member of South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church. Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand.

HELEN L. BATH, 77, Sonnet Lane, Fort Myers, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Bath was a clerical worker. Born in Charleston, W.Va., she moved to Central Florida in 1959. She was a member of Antioch Baptist Church. Survivors: son, Raymond C., Orlando; daughters, Doris A. Middaugh, Dorothy L., both of Fort Myers, Carol M. Jenny, Orlando; sisters, Jane Frazier, Corpus Christi, Texas, Beatrice Coy, Lake County; brothers, Bobby Stalnaker, Fort Worth, Norman Sparks, Orlando; nine grandchildren; 15 grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran Forest City Chapel.

ISABEL L. BLASIUS, 81, East Semoran Boulevard, Winter Park, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Blasius was a secretary. Born in Fowler, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1989. She was a member of Florida Living Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors: daughter, Joyce M. Peterson, Canada; sons, Robert H. Cowan, Kihei, Hawaii, Michael D. Cowan, Alameda, Calif.,, Calif.; six grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran-Forest City Chapel.

CHARLES D. BROWN, 62, 120 W. Chipola Ave., DeLand, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. Brown was a concrete finisher. Born in Nashville, Tenn., he moved to Central Florida in 1992. Survivors: sons, Charles D., Lawndale, N.C., Kenneth Long, Bobby W., both of Lake Helen; daughter, Tracy Peterson, Lake Helen; brother, Kenneth, Elizabethtown, Ky.; five grandchildren. Allen Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand.

MARK C. BURTON, 58, Sun Spring Circle, Orlando, died Sunday, Sept. 26. Mr. Burton was a truck driver. Born in Belvidere, Ill., he moved to Central Florida in 1991. He was Protestant. Survivors: wife, Susan; sons, Richard, Todd, Brad, all of Illinois; brothers, John, Arizona, David, Dan, both of Illinois; sister, Betty Norup, Illinois; four grandchildren. Woodlawn Carey Hand Funeral Home, Longwood.

JAMES DALE CATRILLO, 55, Sunflower Trail, Orlando, died Sunday, Sept. 26 of cancer. Mr. Catrillo was a retired lieutenant with the Orlando Fire Department. He was born in Orlando. He was a member of Southeast Regional Cattleranchers Association and Elks Lodge Post 1830. Survivors: wife, Audrey A.; son, Pasquale M., Orlando; daughter, Jaimen, Orlando; brother, Ira G. Barrow, Orlando; five grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.

TAKAKO SUEYOSHI DONSELAAR, 63, Les Court, Kissimmee, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Donselaar was a homemaker. Born in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, she moved to Central Florida in 1981. She was Buddhist. Survivors: husband, Richard L.; son, Ikuo, Corona Del Mar, Calif.; daughter, Lisa, Kissimmee; brother, Isamu Sueyoshi, Naha; sister, Fumiko Birchler, Antioch, Calif. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

ANTOINETTE "TONI" EDEN, 77, Orlando Avenue, Maitland, died Saturday, Sept. 25, of congestive heart failure. Mrs. Eden was a homemaker. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1996. She was a member of Catholic Daughters of America and Alliance for the Mentally Ill. She was a member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church. Survivors: husband, William E. Sr., Maitland; daughter, Jan M. Rocks, Orlando; sons, Mark, Wading River, N.Y., William F. Jr., Stuart, Anthony, Maitland, Robert P., Everett, Wash., Roy A., Orlando; brother, Salvatore Zarcone, Inverness; nine grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

LEONARD L. FURMAN, 80, West Wellington Drive, Deltona, died Sunday, Sept. 26. Mr. Furman was a retired TV technician for Carps TV in Suffern, N.Y. Born in Hillburn, N.Y., he moved to Central Florida in 1978. He was a member of Deltona Alliance Church. He was a member of Indian Mound Amateur Radio Society. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Virginia; daughters, Jeanne Taylor, Sebastian, Nancy Heath, Vero Beach; son, Garry, Highland Mills, N.Y.; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Baldauff Family Funeral Home, Orange City.

JOSHUA IRONS, 15, 1507 Elliot Ave., Sanford, died Saturday, Sept. 25, of drowning. Joshua was a student. He was born in Clermont. He was Christian. Survivors: mother and father, Shirley and Stanley, Sanford; brothers, Leonard, Baltimore, Winston, Pennsylvania, Jeremiah, Korea, Daneal, Sanford; sisters, Iliza, Doritha, Lenora, Gloria, Elizabeth, all of Sanford. Sunrise Funeral Home, Sanford.

FLORENCE FREEMAN JONES, 87, North Euclid Avenue, Lake Helen, died Friday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Jones was a retired biology teacher at Northfield School for Girls and Margarets School, Waterbury, Conn. Born in Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1982. She was a member of First Congregational Church, Lake Helen. Survivors: daughters, Elizabeth Jones-Longwell, Sedrow-Wooley, Wash., Margaret Jones-Curtis, Freeland, Md.; one grandchild. Lankford Funeral Home, DeLand.

SARAH L. JONES, 70, North Boyd Street, Winter Garden, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Jones was a homemaker. Born in Ocoee, she was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. She was a member of Beulah Baptist Church. Survivors: husband, James T.; son, Gary, Orlando; daughter, Beverly Jones Carr, Winter Garden; mother, Ruby Horsley, Winter Garden; sister, Mary Ann Lipson, Winter Park; brother, Don Horsley, Ocala; two granddaughters. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Garden.

BETTY A. KINDELBERGER, 83, 710 Pine Forest Trail, Port Orange, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Kindelberger was a secretary for private physicians and an accountant for more than 20 years. She was born in Pittsburgh. She was past president of Wagonwheels and Orpenda Club DB. Survivors: daughter, Ellen Halliday, Ormond Beach; son, Louis Jr., Ponce Inlet; brother, Curtis Schilling, Cleveland; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Baldwin-Hughey Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach.

RAFAEL LONGO, 63, Arron Court, Kissimmee, died Sunday, Sept. 26. Mr. Longo was a retired welder. Born in Comerio, Puerto Rico, he moved to Central Florida in 1997. He was Jehovah's Witness. Survivors: wife, Ilvia; daughters, Joanne Fletcha, Jacksonville, Lisa Pabellon, Palm Bay, Venessa Longo-Lopez, Liza Guzman, Christine, all of Kissimmee; sons, Ralph, Palm Bay, Rafael Omar, Kissimmee; brothers, Enrique, Tampa, John, Tenafly, N.J., Alfredo, Puerto Rico; 10 grandchildren. Osceola Memory Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

WALTER JOHN LOTECKIE, 63, 3265 Sawgrass Circle, St. Cloud, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. Loteckie was a machinist. Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Central Florida in 1999. He was Roman Catholic. He was an Air Force veteran. Survivors: wife, Rita; daughter, Linda Fichetola, New Jersey; sons, Walter, New Jersey, Robert, Pennsylvania; eight grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home and Crematory, St. Cloud.

MATHEW J. MISIUR, 82, Lazy Lake Circle, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. Misiur was a treasurer. Born in Elizabeth, N.J., he moved to Central Florida in 1983. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion. He was past national commander of Polish Legion of American Veterans. He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Survivors: wife, Elsie J.; son, Ronald R., Elizabeth; daughter, Rosemarie Dudek, Piscataway, N.J., Maryanne Guenther, Bridgewater, N.J., Constance J. Adamus, Green Brook, N.J.; brother, Henry, Fort Washington, Md.; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.

JAMES R. "DICK" O'NEIL, 67, Palos Verdes Drive, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mr. O'Neil was a contract administrator for Martin Marietta. Born in South Boston, he moved to Central Florida in 1978. He was a member of Rio Pinar Country Club. He was a member of Blessed Trinity Catholic Church. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, Addie; stepson, Reno Gambone,Orlando; daughters, Patricia A., Venice, Carol L., San Francisco; brother, William, Sandy Hook, Conn.; one grandson. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.

EVA EVANS O'QUINN, 86, Grace Street, DeLand, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. O'Quinn was co-founder of B & O Cleaners, DeLand. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Survivors: daughters, Sue Jackson, Orange City, Leslie Norman, Clearwater; sons, Tom, Ed, both of DeLand; brother, Thomas E. Evans, DeLand; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Lankford Funeral Home, DeLand.

ROSE SCHILOWITZ, 94, Maitland Groves Road, Maitland, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Schilowitz was a homemaker. She was born in Providence, R.I. She was a member of Order of Eastern Star and a foster grandparent in Sunland Hospital's program. She was Jewish and a former member of Congregation Ohev Shalom. Survivors: sons, Donald Stewart, Titusville, Henry, Maitland; brothers, Benjamin Tattlebaum, Nathan Tate; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, Orlando.

FOUNDREN ALEXANDER WASHINGTON, 76, 1117 Locust Ave., Sanford, died Friday, Sept. 24, of congestive heart failure. Mr. Washington was a retired carpenter. Born in Thomasville, Ga., he moved to Central Florida 1944. He was Baptist. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: daughter, Clara M. Fields, Sanford; sons, Clarence McMiller, Deltona, Bernard J. McMiller, Nathaniel W. McMiller, Corinathian McMiller, Bruce F. Jr., all of Sanford, Leroy, Killeen, Texas, Robert L., Glen Burnie, Md., Anthony, Niceville; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Sunrise Funeral Home, Sanford.

RUTH WEINSTEIN, 95, Dees Drive, Oviedo, died Saturday, Sept. 25. Mrs. Weinstein was a homemaker. Born in Tuckerman, Ark., she moved to Central Florida in 1998. She was a member of Group of Elizabeth. She was a member of Peachtree Christian Church, Atlanta. Survivor: sister, Maxine Pivor, Denver. Orlando Direct Cremation Service, Orlando.

ELLEN H. ZARCH, 71, Escondido Circle, Altamonte Springs, died Sunday, Sept. 26. Mrs. Zarch was a bookkeeper. Born in Bronx, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1972. She was a member of Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. She was a member of Congregation Beth Am. Survivors: husband, Edwin Lerner; sons, Ian Kobre, Altamonte Springs, Richard Kobre, Davenport, Iowa; daughter, Rhonda Richards, Charleston, S.C.; brother, Donald Kaplan, Winter Springs; sister, Claire Levine, Winter Springs; three grandchildren. Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, Orlando.


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