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Harry Dietz, 76, of Crystal River
Harry W. Dietz, 76, of Crystal River died Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998. He was born to Ruth and Harry Dietz on Jan. 30, 1921, in Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Dietz moved to Miami in 1940 from Philadelphia and to Crystal River in 1980. He retired from National and Pan American airlines as a pilot for 32 years. Mr. Dietz was the founder of the Connell Heights Mens Breakfast Club. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Air Force as a pilot with the rank of captain and was called back to the Korean conflict to again serve with the same rank as a pilot. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Crystal River.
He is survived by his wife, Trudy Dietz of Crystal River; one son, Harry William Dietz of Miramar; three sisters, Florence, Ruth and Marie, all of Philadelphia, Pa.; and one granddaughter, Heather Dietz of Miramar, Fla.
Brown Funeral Home, Crystal River-Lecanto.

Joe Sharp, 82, of Chassahowitzka 
Joe M. Sharp, 82, of Chassahowitzka died Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998. A native of Crawford County, Ind., he came here 22 years ago from Clearwater. Mr. Sharp was former owner of a drapery and upholstery shop. He was Protestant.
Surviving are his wife, Angelia Sharp of Chassahowitzka; son, John T. Sharp of Chassahowitzka; three brothers, Eugene Duffin and Martin Duffin, both of Richmond, Ind., and Woodrow Duffin of Milton, Ind.; two sisters, Bertha Sweasey of Fern Creek, Ky., and Nora Nichols of Homosassa, and two granddaughters.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

John Sunderland, 70, of Ocala 
John William Sunderland Jr., 70, of Ocala died Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998. He was born in Washington, D.C., and came to Ocala six years ago from Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Sunderland was a retired school teacher with Broward County School System. He served in the U.S. Army. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Dunnellon.
Surviving are his wife, Patricia Sunderland of Ocala; son, John W. Sunderland III of Plantation; three daughters, Elizabeth Anne Drakeford of Jacksonville, Suzanne Marie Sunderland of Miramar and Linda Mae Sunderland of Millington, Tenn.; brother, Roy Sunderland of Millington, Tenn.; four sisters, Esta Ruth Strickland of Houston, Texas, Nancy Drannon of Aiken, S.C., Mary Jane Page of Merritt Island and Barbara Sue Key of Ohio; and four grandchildren.
Roberts Funeral Home of Dunnellon.

Winslow Woodruff, 75, of Crystal River 
Winslow Harmon ''Whitey'' Woodruff, 75, of Crystal River died Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998. Mr. Woodruff was born in Auburn, N.Y., and has lived here since retiring 14 years ago from New York State Electric & Gas where he was employed as an electrician for 33 years. Mr. Woodruff was a member of the Quarter Century Club of NYSE&G, a 50-year member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, past noble grand of International Order of Oddfellows, past master of Lansing Lodge No. 774 F&AM of Groton, N.Y., a member of Past Masters Association of Cayuga Tompkins District State of New York, past patron of Order of Eastern Star of New York, past monarch of Balbec Grotto, Ithaca, N.Y., and a member of AARP. He was an active member of Crystal River United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Men's Club.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret Woodruff of Crystal River; daughters, Jean Marie Grimes of Nashville, Tenn., Carol Mae Vary (Roger) of Union Springs, N.Y., Mrs. Rita Jane Onyon (Skip) of Atlanta, N.Y., Linda Lou George of Freeville, N.Y., Mary Kay Woodruff and friend Charlene of Syracuse, N.Y.; son, Winslow Harmon Woodruff III (Donna) of East Aurora, N.Y.; sister, Marcelia Inclema (Charles) of Rochester, N.Y.; brother, George W. Woodruff (Frances) of Fleming, N.Y.; stepchildren, Cheryl Barden (Eric) of Cortland, N.Y., and Kevin Potter; 22 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Strickland Funeral Home, Crystal River.

Josephine Cotto, 99, of Sugarmill Woods
Josephine Cotto, 99, of Sugarmill Woods died Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998, at her home. She was born in Italy and moved here 14 years ago from New York. She was a member of the St. Thomas the Apostle Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Cotto, who died in 1953.
Survivors are a daughter, Rose M. and Pasquale Bruno of Sugarmill Woods; a son, Anthony A. and Marlene Cotto of North Brook, Ill.; a grandson, Jack and Mary Cotto; a granddaughter, Victoria and David Siegel; and two great-grandchildren, Brittany Cotto and Aaron Siegel.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Patricia Jahnes, 60, of Citrus Springs
Patricia A. Jahnes, 60, of Citrus Springs died Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998. She was born in Hakensack, N.J., and moved here from Dumont, N.J. five years ago. She was a homemaker who enjoyed children and working with crafts. She was a Christian.
Survivors are a son, Edwin A Jahnes III of Ocala; a daughter, Sandra Jahnes of Oregon; a sister, Marian Morrison of Crystal River; and two grandchildren, Magnolia and Fushia; and several nephews and nieces.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly Hills.

Kathryn Loomis, 90, of Inverness
Kathryn D. Loomis, 90, of Inverness, died Thursday, Jan. 15, 1998. She was born in Dade City and came here 25 years ago from Clearwater. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, the Ruth Sunday School Class, the Womens Missionary Union and the Girls Auxiliary.
Survivors are her husband of 68 years, Homer T. Loomis of Inverness; a son, Charles H. Loomis of Coarse Gold, Calif.; two daughters, Marjorie McGahey of Floral City and Kay Eaton of Jinja, Uganda, E. Africa; 12 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Inverness.

George Rousseau, 78, of Sugarmill Woods
George L. Rousseau, 78, of Sugarmill Woods, died Friday, Jan. 16, 1998, at his home under the care of his family and Hospice of Citrus County. He was born to Alexander and Mary Derosier Rousseau on May 27, 1919, in Worchester, Mass., and moved here from Munster, Ind., after retiring from the Pullman Standard Car Co. He was vice president of freight car engineering and worked for the company for 40 years. He was educated in Worchester schools, Worchester Junior College and Worchester Polytechnic Institute.
He was a life member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering. He was a member of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Homosassa Springs, St. Christopher's Church in York, Maine, the St. Vincent DePaul Society. He was a member of Sugarmill Woods Country Club and York Golf and Tennis Club in Maine where he spent his summers. He was an Army veteran of World War II where he served as a captain in the 947th Field Artillery and saw action in the South Pacific.
Survivors are his wife of 51 years, Joan E. (Loftus) Rousseau of Sugarmill Woods; a son, Stephen L. Rousseau of Griffith, Ind.; a daughter, Suzanne M. Rousseau of Tampa; two sisters, Mary and Howard Coleman of Worchester, Mass and Rita Rousseau of Worchester; five grandchildren, William and Michael Angrich and Stephen, Christopher and Jaqueline Rousseau.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Lillian Davies, 77, of Inverness
Lillian Mae Davies, 77, of Inverness, died Friday, Jan. 16, 1998. She was born in Coshocton, Ohio, and came here from Madeira, Ohio, six years ago. She was a member of the Unity Church in Inverness. She was the mother of the late Linette Boles.
Survivors are her husband of 37 years, John H. Davies of Inverness; a son, Robert Davies of Madeira; two daughters, Maxine Pavlus of Madeira and Teresa Brown of Inverness; a brother, Earl Richcrick of Texas; nine grandchildren and many great- grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home, Inverness Chapel.

Robert Holm, 77, of Sugarmill Woods
Robert K. Holm, 77, of Sugarmill Woods, died Friday, Jan. 16, 1998, at Cypress Cove Nursing Home. He was born in Chicago, Ill. on April 12, 1920, to Gust and Anna Holm, and moved here 11 years ago from Elmhurst, Ill. He retired after owning and operating the Robert K. Holm Co., which bought, sold and repaired paper cutting machines. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the American Legion in Chicago, the Chicago Chapter of 40 plus 8 and a past member of the Sugarmill Woods Golf Club.
Survivors are his wife, Vicki Holm of Sugarmill Woods; a sister, Lorraine Czimer of Evergreen Park, Ill.; a niece, Marilyn Long of Austin, Texas; a nephew, John Czimer of Lemont, Ill.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Lillian Marlow, 83, of Beaufort, S.C.
Lillian Sanders Marlow, 83, of Beaufort, S.C., died at Beaufort Memorial Hospital on Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998. She was born in Cotton Plant on Oct. 13, 1914, to the late Milton and Leila Parker Sanders. She lived in Citrus County for almost 55 years before moving to South Carolina two years ago. She was a district clerk in the Inverness office of Florida Power Corp. prior to her retirement. She was a former member of the First United Methodist Church where she served on the board of trustees and as Sunday school superintendent. Later she joined the First Presbyterian Church of Inverness. She was past president of the Inverness Women's Club and was an honorary life member of the United Methodist Women. She and her husband were faithful volunteers to the Meals on Wheels organization. She joined the Sea Island Presbyterian Church after moving to Beaufort.
Survivors are a husband of 58 years, Willard E. Marlow; a son, Willard "Gene" Marlow Jr. of Orangeburg, S.C.; a daughter, Kay and Steve Wheeler of Beaufort; two sisters, Edith Abstein of Ocala and Marion Kelly of Inverness; seven grandchildren, Brad, Greg, Brian, Lilian, Liesle, Laura and Sam; and two great-grandchildren, Kaitlyn and Allie.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home, Inverness.

Lavina Morgan, 78, of Inverness
Lavina M. Morgan, 78, of Inverness, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998. She was born in Stamps, Ark., and came here 13 years ago from Atlantic City, N.J. She was a retired supervisor for Spencer Gifts. She was a member of the Assembly of God in Inverness.
Survivors are two sons, Gary L. Morgan of Mays Landing, N.J., and Robert John Morgan of Absecon, N.J.; five daughters, Kathy Andrews and Bonnie McKinley, both of Inverness, Betty Jane Cottrill of Mays Landing, N.J., Carol Ann Marshall of Stroudsburg, Pa., and Marlene Morgan of Michigan; 40 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Inverness Chapel.

Charles Roemer, 87, of Inverness
Charles A. Roemer, 87, of Inverness, died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at Citrus Memorial Hospital. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio on Sept. 21, 1910, to the late Will H. And Josephine A. Fox Roemer and came here nine years ago from Spring Hill. He was a retired postmaster for the Brunswick post office in Ohio. He was an Army World War II veteran. He was a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the Spring Hill VFW Post No. 10109. He was a member of Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Inverness.
Survivors are a wife, Phyllis J. Clarke Roemer; a son, William C. Roemer of Brunswick; a daughter, Janet Lawrence of Fountain Hills, Ariz.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home, Inverness.

Eugene Sheets Jr., 72, of Homosassa Springs
Eugene D. Sheets Jr., 72, of Homosassa Springs, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 1998. He was born in Bristol, Va., on July 16, 1925, to Eugene D. and Louise K. Sheets, and moved here from New Orleans eight years ago. He was a retired oil rig fabricator and a former police officer with the Clearwater Police Dept. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and an Air Force veteran of the Korean war.
Survivors are a daughter, Geanie Gervin of Flintstone, Ga.; a mother, Louise K. Sheets of Homosassa Springs; a brother, Jimmy K. Sheets of Homosassa; a sister, Carolyn Quintana of Tampa; a granddaughter, Nevada Lynn and several nieces and nephews.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Jean Esther Audet, 71, of Homosassa 
Jean Esther Audet, 71, of Homosassa died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at Cypress Cove Care Center in Crystal River. She was born in Monticello, N.Y., and came to Homosassa 18 years ago from St. Petersburg. Mrs. Audet was owner-sculptor of Sculptures by Jean Audet. She was a Christian. She was a member of Ducks Unlimited, the Florida Native Plant Society, and the International Game and Fish Association. She was a licensed boat captain by the U.S. Coast Guard. She moved to St. Pete in 1951 and operated a plant nursery, then opened Longjean Landscaping Service until she moved to Homosassa in 1980. She was presented The National Landscaping Award in October 1971 at the White House by the late former President Richard M. Nixon. She opened an art gallery and studio in 1980 called Sculptures by Jean Audet. She was a self-taught sculptor who exhibited throughout Florida and South Carolina. She created one of her largest works for the Crystal River Mall. It was of a large copper palm tree and other copper sculptures, and was widely known for her work. She built a new studio in 1997.
Surviving are two sons, Kevin L. Jenkins and Nevin Jenkins, both of Homosassa; three grandchildren, Vincent Breeding of Tampa, Dylan Jenkins and Ryan Jenkins of Homosassa; two sisters, Gloria Maier of Seal Beach, Calif., and Mildred Fahl of Green Valley, Ariz.; one brother, Robert Schoch of South Carolina; and many nieces and nephews.
Fero Funeral Homes, Beverly Hills Chapel.

Bert Densmore, 86, of Dunnellon 
Bert E. Densmore, 86, of Dunnellon died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at Ocala Regional Medical Center, Ocala. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and came to Dunnellon 18 years ago from Miami. Mr. Densmore was a retired sales manager. He was a Christian. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps in Saipan; sales manager for Jacuzzi Company in Orlando and The Gondas Corp. of Miami.
Surviving are his wife, Dorothy M. Densmore of Dunnellon; son, Charles W. Emery of Coral Gables; and grandson, John M. Emery of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Fero Funeral Homes, Dunnellon Chapel.

Alberta Lackey, 75, of Inverness 
Alberta K. Lackey, 75, of Inverness died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998. She was born in Tustin, Mich., and came to Inverness eight years ago from Virginia Beach, Va., where she lived for 27 years. Mrs. Lackey was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3992, Inverness, Loyal Order of Moose No. 2112, Inverness, VFW, Virginia Beach, Va. She was a Lutheran.
Surviving are her husband, Earl Roy Lackey of Inverness, who was a career Marine Corps veteran of 33 years, stationed in Munich, Germany, Morraco, and many other bases; son, Dan Lackey of Virginia Beach, Va.; three daughters, Mrs. Krystal Latham of Tampa, Mrs. Patty Morgan, Mrs. Tamra Tatem, both of Virginia Beach, Va.; three brothers, Charles J. Forsberg of Inverness, Terry A. Forsberg, Jack Forsberg, both of Lansing, Mich.; one sister, Mrs. Beatrice Wallin of Bradenton, Fla.; and five grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Inverness Chapel.

Carl Lytle, 91, of Ocala 
Carl S. Lytle, MD, 91, of Ocala died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998. He was born in East McKeesport, Pa., on Aug. 19, 1906, to the late James and Emma Lytle of Bartow. He came to Ocala in 1936 from Dunnellon. Dr. Lytle graduated from Bartow High School (Summerlin High), took his pre-med course at University of Florida where he served in the Gator Band. He then graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Fraternity.
Dr. Lytle's memberships included Florida Medical Association, American Medical Association and the Marion County Medical Society. He served as president of the Marion County Medical Society for two terms and chief of staff of the Munroe Regional Medical Center and chief of medical service. He was an organizing director of the first Cardiac Care Unit in Marion County and was certified by the Board of Internal Medicine and was a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a member of the Society of Internal Medicine. He served several terms as president of Marion County Heart Unit, founding director of the New Horizon Convalescent Home and medical consultant to local convalescent centers for years. He served for 10 years as consultant to the local Vocational Rehabilitation Unit.
Dr. Lytle was a member of the First Methodist Church, Ocala. He was also a member of the Ocala Elks Lodge No. 286, Bonita Club, Kiwanis Club and Golden Hills Country Club. He was an organizing director of the First Marion Bank (1964) and later chairman of the board. He was a Lieutenant Colonel and was a World War II veteran, serving five years in the European Theatre. He was chief of medicine in the 62nd General Hospital in the U.S. Army and won the Croux de Grurre from the French Government.
Surviving are his daughter, Sharon Denman of Ocala; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Roberts Funeral Home of Dunnellon.

Robert Moore, 58, of Floral City 
Robert Thomas Moore, 58, of Floral City died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1998, at Citrus Memorial Hospital. Born in Teaneck, N.J., on July 18, 1939, Mr. Moore came here 10 years ago from there. Mr. Moore was a carpenter and a Naval veteran.
He is survived by two sons, Robert N. of Floral City and Vincent D. of Jeffersonville, N.Y.; two daughters, Kristen Moore of Callicoon, N.Y., and Kim Savoy of Rutherford, N.J.; and several grandchildren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home, Inverness.

Dean Painter, 88, of Homosassa 
Dean H. Painter, 88, of Homosassa died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1998, at Columbia Regional Medical Center in Spring Hill. Mr. Painter was born in Osman, Ill., and came to Citrus County in 1989. He was a retired farm manager and also a 50 year member of the F&AM Mystic Circle Lodge No. 685 of Lawrence, Ind.
He is survived by one son, Richard of Homosassa; two brothers, Linden of Anchor, Ill., and Don of Jacksonville, Ill.; three grandchildren and good friend, Rose Crise of Belleview, Fla.
Strickland Funeral Home, Crystal River.

Anthony Rodgers Jr., 65, of Beverly Hills 
Anthony Joseph Rodgers Jr., 65, of Beverly Hills died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998. He was born in Hartford, Conn., and came to Beverly Hills four years ago from Enfield, Conn. Mr. Rodgers was a tool and die maker; and member of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, Beverly Hills.
Surviving are his wife of 26 years, Stella Nowik Rodgers of Beverly Hills; three daughters, Mrs. Kimberly (James) Kane of East Haddam, Conn., Mrs. Cynthia (Todd) Harris of Southington, Conn., and Mrs. Ursula (Vincent) Iocco of Enfield, Conn.; a sister, Mrs. Margaret White of East Hartford, Conn.; and five grandchildren, James Kane, Kevin Kane, Eric Harris, Abigail Harris and Alexandria Iocco.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Beverly Hills Chapel.

Carl Smith, 88, of Chassahowitzka 
Carl H. Smith, 88, of Chassahowitzka died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at Cypress Cove Care Center. He was born in Mt. Pleasant, Mich., and came to Chassahowitzka 26 years ago from there. Mr. Smith was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Chassahowitzka Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Ida (Ritter) Smith of Chassahowitzka; son, Ralph E. of Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; brother, Chancey of Houghton Lake, Mich.; three sisters, Winifred Sponcellar of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., Helen Elliot of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Shirley Layman of Ronan, Mont.; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Madeline Smith, 87, of Inverness
Madeline A. Smith, 87, died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998, at home under the loving care of her family and Hospice of Citrus County. She was born June 2, 1910, in Brooklyn, N.Y., to Peter and Katherine Ganster. Mrs. Smith moved to Inverness in 1997 after 22 years as a resident of the Clover Leaf Farms Mobile Home Park in Brooksville. Mrs. Smith was a Methodist. She was a housewife.
She is survived by her daughter, Helen Gormsen and son-in-law Paul, both of Inverness; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mrs. Smith was preceded in death by Helen's father, Irvin Davies in 1956 and her second husband, Harold Smith in 1997. Madeline will be interred with Mr. Davies in the Pinelawn National Cemetery, New York. Donations may be made in her name to Hospice of Citrus County, 3350 W. Audubon Park Path, Lecanto, Fla. 34461-8450.
Heinz Funeral Home, Inverness.

Stanley Stozenski, 84, of Beverly Hills 
Stanley S. Stozenski, 84, of Beverly Hills died Monday, Jan. 19, 1998. He was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and came to Beverly Hills from there. Mr. Stozenski was a retired school teacher; a World War II Army Air Corps veteran, He was a member of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, Beverly Hills.
Surviving are his wife of 21 years, Gertrude Mahon Stozenski of Beverly Hills; and stepson, Buddy Mortimer of Apollo Beach, Fla.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Beverly Hills Chapel.

Dorothy Stuart, 68, of Homosassa 
Dorothy Mary Stuart, 68, of Homosassa died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998. She was born in Wendover, Md., and came to Homosassa seven years ago from Silver Spring, Md. Mrs. Stuart was a retired vice-president of the Citizens Savings Bank, Silver Spring, Md.; member of the Riverhaven Community Club; past president of the Riverhaven Garden Club. She was a Presbyterian.
Surviving are her husband of 45 years, James A. Stuart of Homosassa; a daughter, Miss Heather M. Stuart of Homosassa; and a sister, Mrs. Barbara R. Oakes of Beverly Hills.
Hooper Funeral Homes, Homosassa Chapel.

George Thompson, 75, of Homosassa 
George D. Thompson, 75, of Homosassa died Sunday, Jan. 18, 1998. Mr. Thompson was born in New Bedford, Mass., and came to Homosassa three years ago from Tampa. Mr. Thompson was a retired truck driver with East Brunswick Lumber Co., East Brunswick, N.J., and Quigley & Co. in Old Bridge, N.J. He was a member of Bible Baptist Church, Crystal River.
Surviving are his wife, Lorraine I. Thompson of Homosassa; five daughters, Diane Frankowski, Susan Pistone, Georgann Grant all of Homosassa, Joan Jersek of Bound Brook, N.J., and Julie Hamilton of Fond du Lac, Wis.; one stepson, Peter DeHart of Syracuse, N.Y.; two brothers, Raymond of Hightstown, N.J., and Kenneth of South Brunswick, N.J.; five sisters, Anne Merdock of Wilmington, N.C., Dorothy Breese of New Jersey, Marge Chillyzsn of Deans, N.J., Charolette Witkowski of East Brunswick, N.J., and Joan Beck of Texas; three stepsisters, Florence Pullin, Pearl Lewis and Josie Anthony, all of South River, N.J.; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

Robert Zeiller, 89, of Dunnellon 
Robert Ernest Zeiller, 89, of Dunnellon died Monday, Jan. 19, 1998. He was born in Bronx, N.Y., and came to Dunnellon 20 years ago from Cresskill, N.J. Mr. Zeiller was a retired assistant bank vice-president; lifetime member of Rainbow Springs Golf Association; VFW Frank J. Holven Post, Tenafly, N.J.; and Kiwanis Club treasurer of Tenafly, N.J. Mr. Zeiller was an Army veteran serving in Burmaise Campaign, China-Burma Conflict, Army Medical Corps.He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Zeiller of Dunnellon; and brother, Donald of Tenafly, N.J.
Roberts Funeral Home of Dunnellon.


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