Miscellaneous Orange County, Florida Obituaries - 1998

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DOROTHY J. BISHOP, 77, McDonald Street, Mount Dora, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Bishop was a retired assistant manager for Francis Bruster Company, Winter Park. Born in Camden, N.J., she moved to Central Florida in 1971. Survivors: husband, John; son, John, West Chester, Pa.; daughter, Bonnie J. Dreyer, Swarthmore, Pa.; sister, Helen Henry, Malvern, Pa.; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Lady Lake. 

REES PARKS BRADSHAW, 69, 4821 Beacon St., Orlando, died Tuesday, June 16. Mr. Bradshaw was an electrician. Born in Mundy Point, Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1969. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Pine Hills. Survivors: son, Guy C., Longwood; stepson, Steven W. Scoggan, Orlando; brother, Leslie, Maryland; sister, Nell Constantino, Maryland; one grandchild; two great-grandchildren. Loomis Funeral Home Family Owned and Operated, Apopka. 

LOWELL WADE CRAMER, 59, Boggy Creek Road, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Cramer was an electrician. Born in Findlay, Ohio, he moved to Central Florida in 1960. He was Baptist. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: daughters, Michelle Pierce, Devona Rhodes, both of Orlando; brothers, Leonard, Robert, Wayne, Gary, all of Ohio; sisters, Rosalyn Musgrave, Sharon Smalley, both of Ohio; mother, Dorothy, Ohio; five grandchildren. Pine Castle Memorial Chapel, Orlando. 

HELEN B. EASLEY, 85, East Semoran Boulevard, Apopka, died Monday, June 15. Mrs. Easley was a homemaker. Born in Montezuma, N.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1942. She was a member of Trinity Baptist Church. Survivors: daughters, Nancy L. Josey, Apopka, Lillian Cutten, Bluff City, Tenn., Marcia Braun, Eustis, Susan Lucky, Tampa; sons, Laird, Cypress, Texas, James, Jacksonville; 23 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran-Altamonte Chapel, Altamonte Springs. 

WOODLY FLEURIMOND, 21 months, Golf Club Parkway, Orlando, died Monday, June 15. Woodly was born in Orlando. Survivors: parents, Hermana and Mark; brother, Nicolas, Orlando. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando. 

CODY EZELL JENKINS, 79, 411 N. Dillard St., Winter Garden, died Tuesday, June 16. Mr. Jenkins was a farmer. Born in Alabama, he moved to Central Florida in 1955. He was Baptist. Survivors: daughter, Patricia Smith, Sanford; brothers, Louie F., Dothan, Ala., Menso Harrison, Satsuma; sister, Pearl Keith, Orlando; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Orlando Direct Cremation Service, Orlando. 

GRACE E. JUMP, 69, 2809 Primrose Court, Orlando, died Monday, June 15. Mrs. Jump was a homemaker. Born in Monett, Mo., she moved to Central Florida in 1955. She was Baptist. Survivors: daughter, Shari Dole, Deltona; son, Ricky Hamsher, Idaho; sister, Pauline Gray, Kansas; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Orlando Direct Cremation Service, Orlando. 

ROBERT ``BIG MAN'' MCNEIL, 59, 2102 Messina Ave., Orlando, died Saturday, June 13, of respiratory failure. Mr. McNeil was a truck driver for a moving company. Born in Tallahassee, he moved to Central Florida in 1982. He was Baptist. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Ollie Mae; sons, Victor, Robert D. Sr., both of Tallahassee; mother, Roxie B., Monticello; sisters, Joanne, Tallahassee, Carolyn Shack, Gilroy, Calif.; brother, Alphonso Sr., Tallahassee; stepdaughters, Lovene McGee, Mae F. Anselme, Janie D. McGee, all of Orlando, Rose M. Brooks, Palatka; 19 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Postell's Mortuary Pine Hills Chapel, Orlando. 

EMILY J. LANQUEDOC, 85, Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Lanquedoc was a homemaker. Born in Smock, Pa., she moved to Central Florida in 1965. She was Roman Catholic. Survivors: daughters, Madeline Doyle, Eustis, Maureen Harris, Snellville, Ga.; son, Richard, Ocala; sisters, Elizabeth Anderson, Betty Vachon, both of Pennsylvania; brother, John Grimplin, Pennsylvania; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Goldenrod-Winter Park Chapel. 

VIOLA S. MEJIA, 70, Meadow Hills Drive, Sanford, died Tuesday, June 16, of a heart attack. Mrs. Mejia was a homemaker. Born in Thomasville, N.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1992. She was a member of Pilgrim Holiness Church, Thomasville. Survivors: daughters, Patsy Shields, Winter Springs, Martha Dorfman, West Palm Beach, Roberta Jacoby, Sanford; son, Adrian, Fort Myers; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando. 

ROSA ALBERTA LOCKETT, 74, 4421 Chinaberry Drive, Orlando, died Friday, June 12. Mrs. Lockett was a homemaker. Born in Wilson, N.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1964. She was a member of Royal Temple Pentecostal Holiness Church, Altamonte Springs. Survivors: husband, Rev. Clemmie T. Sr.; daughters, Eloise S. Allen, Washington, D.C., Geraldine Brown, Orlando, Gloria Lockett-D'Ane, Macclenny, Mary Richardson, Altamonte Springs, Eldora Burns, Indianapolis, Lettie Davis, St. Louis, Clementine, Orlando; sons, Theodore Sims, Orlando, Leroy Sims, Daniel Sims, Willie R. Sims, all of Apopka, Joseph Sims, Indiana, Timothy, Germany, Clemmie T. Jr., Mount Dora; brothers, William H. Taylor, Samuel Taylor, both of Wilson, David Smith, Maryland; sisters, Ida Allen, Washington, D.C., Ruth Payne, Retha Reynolds, both of Wilson, Annie Bradley, Palatka; 48 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka. 

HENRY A. MEURER, 80, Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, June 16. Mr. Meurer was a master sergeant in the Air Force. Born in Fredericksburg, Texas, he moved to Central Florida in 1954. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Esther; son, John P., Altamonte Springs; brothers, Anthony, San Antonio, David, Harper, Texas, Marcus, Dallas; two grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Conway Chapel, Orlando. 

LILYAN CORWIN MOHRER, 81, Loch Lomand Drive, Winter Park, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Mohrer was a bookkeeper in the transportation industry. Born in New York City, she moved to Central Florida in 1994. She was Jewish. Survivors: son, Robert Corwin, Maitland; daughter, Sally Corwin, Taunton, Mass. Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, Orlando. 

GLADYS D. MOORE, 89, Lake Weldona Drive, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Ms. Moore was a homemaker. Born in Gretna, she moved to Central Florida in 1923. She was a member of Downtown Baptist Church. Survivors: sons, Cecil D., Jon E., both of Orlando; sister, Lena B. Shear, Columbus City, Ala.; one grandson. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando. 

GEORGE F. MORRIS, 83, Bear Lake Road, Apopka, died Monday, June 15. Lt. Col. Morris was retired from the Army. He was also a retired market analyst. Born in Terre Haute, Ind., he moved to Central Florida in 1975. He was Protestant. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Saran; son, George F. Jr., Maryland; daughter, Virginia Norman, Orlando; sister, Betty Eidsath, Rio Grande Estates, N.M. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando. 

CHESTER A. ``CAP'' PARKER, 84, Interlaken Road, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Capt. Parker was a retired Navy pilot. Born in Bartow, he moved to Central Florida in 1949. He was a member of St. Michael's Episcopal Church. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Jean; sons, Chet, Orlando, Doug, Pinellas Park; four grandchildren. Beacon's National Cremation Society, Winter Park Chapter. 

JANCE ALLEN PERKINS, 17, 11715 Lake Drive, Clermont, died Monday, June 15. He attended Calvary Christian School, Winter Garden, where he was on the basketball and soccer teams. Born in Clermont, he was a lifelong resident. He was a member of Minneola Alliance Church. Survivors: father, Jeffery J., Apopka; mother and stepfather, Peggy Broome Whittaker and H. Ronald Whittaker, Clermont; brother, Adam Whittaker, Emeryville, Calif.; sisters, Esther Joy, Clermont, Lauren Whittaker, Orlando, Tiffany, Deltona. Kurfiss Funeral Chapel, Clermont. 

ROSE MESSINA RUDICEL, 85, Wisteria Drive, Longwood, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Rudicel was a motel owner. Born in New York City, she moved to Central Florida in 1978. She was Roman Catholic. Survivors: sons, Frank A. Messina, Longwood, Henry J. Messina, Poughquag, N.Y.; six grandchildren. Woodlawn Carey Hand Funeral Home, Longwood Chapel. 

JUANITA M. RUIZ-TORO, 83, Kilbee Circle, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Mrs. Ruiz-Toro was a homemaker. Born in Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1994. She was Christian. Survivors: daughters, Iris Chisholm, Nancy Toro, both of Orlando; stepson, Joe Del Toro, Shirley, Mass.; two grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando. 

THOMAS A. TAYLOR, 70, 7424 Molokai St., Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Taylor was a cable test man for Michigan Bell Telephone. Born in Detroit, he moved to Central Florida in 1982. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Patricia; daughters, Betty Ptak, Orlando, Shirley Back, Barbara Blake, both of Eastpointe, Mich., Susan Why, Nashville, Tenn.; son, Thomas II, Orlando; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Dove Funeral Chapel & Crematory Conway Chapel, Orlando. 

JOHNNY LEE TEW SR., 58, 6350 Dixie Way, Scottsmoor, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Tew was an aerospace mechanic. Born in Slocomb, Ala., he moved to Central Florida in 1955. He was a member of Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 1962, Titusville. Survivors: wife, Janice; son, Johnny L. Jr., Scottsmoor; daughters, Teresa Sanders, Scottsmoor, Jan King, Titusville; mother, Mary Laws, Auburndale; father, Daniel, Bradenton; stepmother, Roberta, Bradenton; brothers, Larry, Summerfield, Danny, Bradenton; sister, Sharlene Moorehead, Bradenton; three grandchildren. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. 

LOUIS TIMPANARO, 77, Chipola Avenue, DeLand, died Sunday, June 14. Mr. Timpanaro owned and operated an auto-repair business. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he moved to Central Florida in 1998. He was Catholic. Survivors: wife, Grace, Apopka; son, Dominic, Deltona; daughters, Christine, Apopka, Patricia, Vacula, Deltona; brothers, Dominic, Tony, both of Mechanicsville, N.Y.; sisters, Yolanda Cuttita, Eleanor Makish, both of Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.; 16 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Stephen R. Baldauff Funeral Home, Deltona. 

JEFFREY EARL TYSON, 33, Jernigan Court, Ocoee, died Monday, June 15. Mr. Tyson was a cook. Born in Clermont, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was Baptist. Survivors: father, James R., Clermont; mother, Margie M., Ocoee; brothers, Ernest J., Ocoee, Richard, Orlando; sister, Victoria L. Ebanks, Altamonte Springs; maternal grandmother, Roselee Whitt, Ocoee. Family Funeral Care, Hunter's Creek, Orlando. 

GEORGE F. WILKINSON, 77, Kurek Court, Merritt Island, died Friday, June 12. Mr. Wilkinson was a men's clothing salesperson. Born in Sanford, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was Presbyterian. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War and a member of Naval Fliers Club. Survivors: sisters, Evelyn W. Smith, Rockledge, Elizabeth W. Silver, Indianapolis. Brisson Funeral Home, Sanford. 

BRENDA DENISE WILLIAMS, 25, 1077 Horizon St., Winter Garden, died Tuesday, June 16. Ms. Williams was a homemaker. Born in Clermont, she was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. She was Baptist. Survivors: son, Derrick L., Webster; daughters, Felicia, Cassandra Hawkins, both of Winter Garden; father, Willie C., Stuckey; sisters, Lula M., Winter Garden, Betty J., Bobbie A., Vanessa, Traci, all of Mount Dora; paternal grandparents, Willie L. and Ruby M., Webster; maternal grandfather, Jackie Belcher, Groveland. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka. 

LAWRENCE EDWARD WOOD SR., 70, Camden, Tenn., died Sunday, June 14, of congestive heart failure. Mr. Wood was a retired truck driver. He was born in Rochester, N.Y. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: sons, Lawrence E. Jr., John A. Sr., David A., all of Orlando; five grandchildren. Stockdale-Malin Funeral Home, Camden. 

HENRIETTA P. YOUTSEY, 80, West Lucerne Circle, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Ms. Youtsey was a secretary at Orange County Public Schools. Born in Washington, D.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1936. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Survivors: brothers, Vincent Perley, Springfield, Va., Robert Perley, McHenry, Ill.; sisters, Ruth Kasper, Martha Leggett, both of Orlando. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando. 

FREDA E. BAKER, 78, N.E. 305th Terrace, Salt Springs, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Baker was a nurse's aide at a nursing home. Born in Union, W.Va., she moved to Central Florida in 1996. She was Methodist. Survivors: daughters, Brenda Collins, Flatwoods, Ky., Barbara Bishop, Fort McCoy; sons, Tommy, Lewis, both of Salt Springs, James, Harvey, both of Orlando; 14 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren. Hiers Funeral Home, Ocala. 

JOHN C. BAKER, 65, Eden Wood Circle, Orlando, died Thursday, June 18. Mr. Baker was a salesperson in the golf industry. Born in Yonkers, N.Y., he moved to Central Florida in 1975. He was Roman Catholic. He was a member of Golf Superintendents Association of Central Florida and Moose Lodge. Survivors: wife, Shelvia; stepsons, Ron Harless, Mount Dora, Bret Hodges, Orlando; stepdaughter, Kathy Connelly, Roswell, Ga.; brother, H.J., Palm Desert, Calif.; five grandchildren. Central Florida 469 Direct Cremation Service, Orlando. 

HARRY BALESHTA JR., 70, Wendalees Court, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Baleshta was a cook. Born in Easton, Pa., he moved to Central Florida in 1974. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: daughters, Thalia, Marianne Dodge, both of Orlando; son, Phillip Carter, Nashville, Tenn.; sister, Eleanor Fulmer, Dover, Del.; one grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Conway Chapel, Orlando. 

EILEEN AUDREY BUTLER, 80, Jamestown Drive, Winter Park, died Wednesday, June 17. Ms. Butler was a retired sales associate for Dillard's. Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., she moved from Satellite Beach to Winter Park in 1972. She was a member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Winter Park. Survivors: son, Frank ``Skip,'' Winter Park; sister, Louise Sowers, Champaign, Ill. Tri-County Cremation, Orlando. 

ALLIE MAE DAVIDSON, 95, Clark Street, Eatonville, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Davidson was a homemaker. Born in Webster County, Miss., she moved to Central Florida in 1946. She was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church, Eatonville. Survivors; daughter, Alene Sanderson, Winter Park; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren. Mitchell's Funeral Home Inc., Orlando. 

ARCHIE J. EDMISTON, 81, South Highland Avenue, Winter Garden, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Edmiston was a chief petty officer in the Coast Guard. Born in Douglas, Alaska, he moved to Central Florida in 1972. He was Congregationalist. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivor: sister, Elsie Hall, Anchorage, Alaska. Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home, Winter Garden. 

CLARIE M. HARRIS, 100, Hillary Court, Orlando, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Harris was a homemaker. Born in Waycross, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1934. She was Presbyterian. Survivors: grandson, Jay, Singer Island; granddaughter, Sue Thompson, Winter Park. Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park. 

SOLOMON S. HINES, 88, Castleton Street, Orlando, died Tuesday, June 16. Mr. Hines was a carpenter. Born in Jamaica, he moved to Central Florida in 1982. He was a member of University Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors: wife, Clovis; sons, Arnold, Orlando, Delroy, New York; daughters, Roselyn, London, England, Marjorie Hewitt, Toronto, Canada, Heather Burrell, Hazel, Olive, all of New York, Yvonne Coleman, Atlanta; brothers, Charles, Jamaica, Nehemiah, New York, Stephen, New Jersey; sisters, Janet Barrett, England, Lillian Castle, Michigan; 11 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando. 

WALTER JONES, 63, 100 W. 13th St., Sanford, died Thursday, June 18. Mr. Jones was a presser in the dry cleaning business. He was born in Gifford. He was non-denominational. Survivors: companion, Laura Walker, Sanford; daughters, Nadine M., Leslie Graham, both of Atlanta, Adrienne M. Graham, Sanford, Danice, Gifford, Lucille Shuren, Wabasso, Fernando Stephens, Janice, both of Vero Beach; brothers, Rev. Charlie, Harold, Elbert D., Ronnie J., all of Vero Beach, Bobby, Miami; sisters, Annie R. Bell, Vienna, Ga., Dorothy Tolbert, Floretha Nealy, both of Vero Beach; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Wilson-Eichelberger Mortuary Inc., Sanford. 

JAHANGIR KHAN, 45, Reed Avenue, Oviedo, died Monday, June 15. Mr. Khan was a manager for First USA Food Store. Born in Bangladesh, he moved to Central Florida in 1995. He was Muslim. Survivors: wife, Sandra; son, Angelo, Oviedo; daughters, Jechi, Gemy, both of Bangladesh, Tamara Horne, Oviedo; brothers, Zahiruddin Mohammed Babar, Bangladesh, Farooque Ahmed, Orlando, Talat Ahmed, Bangladesh; sisters, Yasmin, Monira, Thaminn, Anar Koli, Labu, Shanaz, all of Bangladesh. Carey Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park. 

ELIZABETH McILWAINE PRESTON KRAFT, 94, South Interlachen Avenue, Winter Park, died Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Kraft was a homemaker. Born in Natchez, Miss., she moved to Central Florida in 1973. She was a member of Winter Park Presbyterian Church. She was a patron of Symphony Society, Chicago, Ravinia Festival Park, Chicago, and a board member of Florida Symphony Orchestra. She was an officer of Infant Welfare Society, Chicago, and a member of the board of directors of This Week in Chicago, The Daily News, Inglewood, Calif., and News Telegram, Sulphur Springs, Texas. She was a member of National Society of Colonial Dames of XVII Century, National Society Magna Carta Dames, Order of First Families of Mississippi, P.E.O. Sisterhood, Winter Park, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and Mississippi Historical Society. Survivors: son, Kenneth H. Jr., Winter Park; daughters, Elizabeth K. Schweizer, Oak Hill, Judith K. O'Connor, Oklahoma City; brother, James R. Preston, Jackson, Miss.; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando. 

EDWARD W. MCCORMACK, 89, Nicolet Avenue, Winter Park, died Saturday, June 13. Mr. McCormack was a retired accountant. Born in Chicago, he moved to Central Florida in 1973. He was Roman Catholic. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivor: son, Kevin, Boca Raton. Altman-Long Funeral Home, DeBary. 

GLADYS D. MOORE, 89, Lake Weldona Drive, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Ms. Moore was a homemaker. Born in Gretna, she moved to Central Florida in 1923. She was a member of Downtown Baptist Church. She was a member of United Daughters of the Confederacy. Survivors: sons, Cecil D., Jon E., both of Orlando; sister, Lena Blackshear, Columbus City, Ala.; one grandson. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando. 

ARBESTO LUVENIA MULLER-JOHNSON, 88, 139 Snowhill Road, Geneva, died Wednesday, June 17. Mrs. Muller-Johnson was a retired teacher for theSeminole County school district. Born in St. George, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1922. She was a member of Grant Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Oviedo. She was a member of Retired School Teachers Association. Survivors: son, Clarence Johnson, Alexandria, Va.; daughters, Margaret Bush, Rochester, N.Y., Willie Mae Johnson, Philadelphia; sisters, Freddie M. Mobley, Sanford, Madgie M. Collins, Jacksonville; one grandchild; four great-grandchildren. Wilson-Eichelberger Mortuary Inc., Sanford. 

KENNETH RUSSELL ``KENNY'' RUCKMAN, 36, Wymore Road, Altamonte Springs, died Sunday, June 14. Mr. Ruckman was a heavy-equipment operator. Born in Clarksburg, W.Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1983. He was Methodist. He was a member of Paramount Health Club and Seminole County YMCA. Survivors: wife, Annette; son, Jeremy M., Altamonte Springs; father, Kenneth P., Bridgeport, W.Va.; brother, Paul J., Mexico; sister, Amy I., Bridgeport. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs. 

PRISCIELA ELVIRA RUFFIN, 39, Gulfstream Road, Orlando, died Wednesday, June 17. Mrs. Ruffin was a telecommunications operator. She was born in Miami. She was Protestant. Survivors: son, Matthew Grant, Orlando; daughter, Rekelle Grant, Orlando; mother, Irone Wideman, Orlando; father, Thomas, West Palm Beach; brother, Nathaniel Small Sr., Orlando; sister, Elizabeth Sanders, Orlando; one grandchild. Mitchell's Funeral Home Inc., Orlando. 

FLORINE VIOLET SPENCE, 80, Kenwick Circle, Casselberry, died Thursday, June 18. Mrs. Spence was the owner and operator of Graphic Arts Co. Born in Oswego, N.Y., she moved to Florida in 1961. She was Methodist. Survivors: stepdaughter, Margaret Odell, Orlando, sister, Marguerite Syrell, Vero Beach, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Osceola Memory Gardens and Cemetery and Funeral Home, Kissimmee. 

CHARLES E. WIGGINS, 56, Holly Hill Avenue, Casselberry, died Wednesday, June 17. Mr. Wiggins was a service specialist for Icee USA. Born in Covington, Ky., he moved to Central Florida in 1987. Survivors: wife, Marian; son, Nick, Cincinnati; daughter, Tammy Williams, Jacksonville; brothers, Norman, South Carolina, Mark, Daytona Beach; stepson, Ronald Goldner, Sanford; stepdaughters, Joyce Smith, Beth Goldner, both of West Chester, Pa., Susan Klein, Encinitas, Calif., Gail Johnson, Dunwoody, Ga.; eight grandchildren. Beacon's National Cremation Society, Winter Park Chapter. 

DOROTHA HILL WINFREY, 83, Casa Park Circle, Winter Springs, died Wednesday, June 17. Mrs. Winfrey was a homemaker. Born in Lebanon, Ky., she moved to Central Florida in 1984. She was Methodist. Survivors: son, John, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; daughter, Martha L. Ridge, Winter Springs; sister, Muriel Austin, Louisville, Ky.; six grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Goldenrod-Winter Park Chapel.


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