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The Sebastian Sun
April 27, 1983

Lawrence V. Haworth, 67, of 800 Beach Ct., Barefoot Bay, a plastic engineer, died Apr. 8 at the Sebastian Medical Center.   He was a native of England and came to Barefoot Bay two years ago from North Carolina. He was a member of the Society of Plastic Engineers and the Sebastian River Moose Lodge.  He is survived by his wife, Enid, of Barefoot Bay; four sons, Glen, of New Bern, S.C., Allen, of Oshna, Canada; Roland, of Tarboro, Canada; and Warren, of Westfield, MA; a brother, Stanley Gibert, of New Zealand; and 11 grandchildren.  Private memorial services were held Monday at the Strunk Funeral home in Sebastian. The Rev. Charles Collins, associate pastor of Trinity Espiscopal Church, officiated.

The Sebastian Sun
June 1, 1983

Graveside services were held Wednesday, June 8, for Margaret M. Shea, 49 of 13 Sunset Drive, Sebastian.   A real estate saleswoman and a Brevard resident for 4 years before coming to Sebastian, Mrs. Shea died Sunday at Sebastian River Medical Center.   Survivors include a daughter, Martha Shea of Sebastian; and a
brother Eugene Sheil, Jr., of Daytona Beach.

BAREFOOT BAY- A funeral service was held Friday for Clyde M. Bonard, 73, of 1000 W. Robin Dr., at Fountainhead Memorial Park, in Palm Bay.  Mr. Bonard was an operation engineer for Detroit Edison, before he came to this area three years ago.  He was a Masonic Lodge member, and belonged to several
Masonic organizations. He was a member of the Church of Wall Lake, in Michigan, the Micco Fire Department and the Barefoot Bay Homeowners Association.
Survivors are his wife, Lois, of Barefoot Bay, a brother James of Burlington, Iowa; a sister, Evelyn Armstrong, of Holland, Michigan; two stepdaughters, Doris Dickens of Oxford, Michigan and Barbra Grames, of West Bloomfield, Michigan; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Burial was at Fountainhead Memorial Park, Palm Bay.   Pottinger and Son Funeral Home, Sebastian was in charge of arrangements.

A memorial mass for John Cameron, 62, of Sebastian, was held Saturday at St. William's Catholic Church.   Mr. Cameron a salesman for Mark IV Limited, died Wednesday, June 8 at his residence. He is survived by his wife, Anita, of Sebastian; eight daughters, Joan Brickman, Mary Jane Stankas, Mary Ann DeBoe, Denise Arnold and Diane Whitehouse all of Cleveland; Bonnie Phillips of South Carolina, and Donna Cameron, of Sebastian; a son, Donald Cameron, of Sebastian; and one brother, David Cameron, of Brunsick, Ohio.   He was a resident of this area for four years. Pottinger and Son Funeral Home, Sebastian, was in charge of arrangements.

BAREFOOT BAY- Memorial Services for Charles J. Barry, 70, of 1141 W. Barefoot Circle, have been held in Bratleboro, VT.   A retired electronics engineer for Navy Underwater Systems, and a Brevard County resident for seven years, Mr. Barry died Thursday at Sebastian River Medical Center.  Survivors include his wife, Margaret, of Barefoot Bay, a sister, Margaret Barry, of Providence, RI; three children, Alan, of Knoxville, TN, Karl, of North Brookfield, MA, and Susan Maines, of Waterford, CT.  Fountainhead Memorial Park, in Palm Bay, was in charge of local arrangments.

George L. Ewert

Sebastian - George L. Ewert, 88, of 180 Richard St.,
Sebastian, passed away June 17, at Sebastian River
Medical Center.
   He was a resident of the area for four years and a
retired store clekr for New York Central Railroad.  He
was a native of Pennsylvania, and a World War I veteran.
   He is survived by his wife, Marie, of Sebastian;
a daughter, Rosemary Dernbush of Micco; a son,
Gene Ewert, of Sebastian; and six grandchildren.
   The family received friends on Friday evening at
the Pottinger and Son Funeral Home, Sebastian.  Mass
was celebrated on Saturday, June 18, at St. Williams
Catholic Church, with Father Joseph LeSage officiating.
   Arrangements were handled by the Pottinger and Son
Funeral Home, Sebastian.

Robert Lockett

Fellsmere - A funeral service for Robert E. Lockett,
42, of 1007 Booker St., Fellsmere, was held Sat., June 18,
at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, in Fellsmere.
   Mr. Lockett was a laborer, and died Tues., June 14,
at Sebastian River Medical Center.
   He was a native of Tiftin, Ga., and moved to Fellsmere
20 years ago.
   He is survived by his wife, Florence, of Fellsmere;
a son, Robert Jr., of Fellsmere; four daughters, Taffy
and Katonia, both of Fellsmere, Civy Coleman, of Bell
Glade, and Jennifer Wynn, of Ocilla, Ga.; five brothers
and four sisters.
   Burial was in Brookside Cemetery, in Fellsmere.

Robert Pugh

Micco - Robert W. Pugh, 8600 N. U.S. 1, Riverview Trailer
Park, died Sunday, June 12, at Sebastian River Medical
   He was a supervisor for Remington Arms, and a resident
of this area for the past four years.
   Survivors include his wife, Betty, of Micco; his
mother, Edith Pugh, of New York; and two brothers, John
Pugh, of Ilion, N.Y., and Richard Pugh, of Reading, Vt.
   A funeral service and burial were conducted in Ilion.
Local arrangements were handled by the Pottinger and
Son Funeral Home, in Sebastian.

Thomas W. Phillips

Barefoot Bay - Memorial services for Thomas W. Phillips,
63, of 431 Plover Dr., were held last week in New Jersey.
   Mr. Phillips was a retired employee of the Sun Oil Co.,
and a Brevard resident for three years.  He died Sunday,
June 12, at the Sebastian River Medical Center.
   Survivors include his wife, Pauline, of Barefoot Bay;
a sister, Irene Weldon, and a brother, Herbert Phillips,
both of Millville, N.J.
   Fountainhead Memorial Park, in Palm Bay, was in charge
of arrangements.

Robert Skibowski

   Robert Skibowski, 60, of 13395 Old Dixie Hwy., died June
20 at his home.  He was a self-employed fence contractor.
   Mr. Skibowski is survived by his wife, Winifred, of
Sebastian; two daughters, Marilyn McVay, of Sebastian, and
Aleta Skibowski, of Arizona; one son, Norman, of Sebastian;
and one grandchild.
   No calling hours.  Memorial services will be held
Saturday, June 25, at 2 p.m. at Fountainhead Memorial Park
in Palm Bay.  Fountainhead Memorial is in charge of