Miscellaneous Orange County, Florida Obituaries - 2000

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February 13, 2000

DEAN RANDOLPH ASHWILL, 76, Border Drive, Winter Park, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Ashwill was an electronics technician. Born in Ottawa, Kan., he moved to Central Florida in 1925. He was a member of May Flower Society. He was a member of St. John Lutheran Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Elsie; son, John Randolph, Polk City; daughters, Dianna Baker, Jenny, both of Winter Park; sister, Jane Barrett, Nevada; five grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando.

JOHN MALCOLM BEALL, 69, Westgate Drive, Kissimmee, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Beall was a retired commercial painter. Born in Landover, Md., he moved to Central Florida in 1999. He attended Good Samaritan Church, Kissimmee. Survivors: wife, Lucile M.; sons, John, Kissimmee, Malcolm, Erie, Pa.; daughter, Bonnie Neely, Bennett, Colo.; brother, Richard, Walnut Creek, Calif.; sister, Gertrude Marshal, Upper Marlboro, Md.; five grandchildren. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

EDNA BEST, 81, Washington Avenue, Kissimmee, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mrs. Best was a homemaker. Born in Lacoochee, she moved to Central Florida in 1956. She was Baptist. Survivors: sister, Elizabeth Sawyer, Plant City. Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.

JOHN I. BULGER, 79, 1067 W. Barefoot Circle, Barefoot Bay, died Thursday, Feb. 10. Mr. Bulger was a retired machinist for Indian Motorcycle. Born in Springfield, Mass., he moved to Central Florida in 1977. He was a member of American Legion, Organ Club, and New England Club, president of Barefoot Bay Kiwanis Club. He was Roman Catholic. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Rose; son, James, Auburn, Ca.; daughters, Jane Sterndale, Ware, Mass., Donna Cowan, Palm Bay; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Brownlie and Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

RANDY GENE CASH, 54, Lakewood Park Drive, Daytona Beach, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Cash was a furniture upholsterer. Born in Guntersville, Ala., he moved to Central Florida in 1974. He was a member of Magnolia Baptist Church, Daytona Beach. Survivors: son, Nathan, Daytona Beach; daughters, Frances Northey, Moranda Page, both of Daytona Beach; three grandchildren. Affordable Alternatives, Newlife Funeral Chapel, Ormond Beach.

ORAZIO "JACK" N. CHIRUMBOLO, 95, 11th Avenue, Mount Dora, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Chirumbolo was a retired barber. Born in Italy, he moved to Central Florida in 1969. He was Baptist. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: daughters, Regina M. Richardson, Mount Dora, Laurel A. Butler, Ocala; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Allen J. Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.

LILLIAN RUSSELL CONOLEY, 89, 3512 Gatlin Ave., Orlando, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mrs. Conoley was a homemaker. Born in Norton, Va., she moved to Central Florida in 1926. She was Baptist. Survivors: daughter, Connie Carpenter; son, E.B., Orlando; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home and Crematory, St. Cloud.

ZELMA M. DURRENBERGER, 84, Lucerne Circle, Orlando, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Durrenberger was a fruit and produce buyer. Born in Newton, Texas, she moved to Central Florida in 1925. She was an executive board member of Florida Hospital Auxillary. She was a member of College Park United Methodist Church. Survivors: son, Dave, Tallahassee; brothers, A. Gilbert McCree, Orlando, D. Gene McCree, Naples; sisters, Norma Lee Lloyd, Orlando; Melva M. Yatsuk, Daytona Beach Shores; four grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.

LINDA ROGERS ENO, 57, Tanner Road, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 10. Mrs. Eno was a retired administrative assistant at the University of Central Florida. Born in Orlando, she was a lifelong resident. She was a member of United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church. Survivors: husband, Burton E.; daughters, Debra R. Ballantyne, Plant City, Christina M. Stewart, Orlando, Melissa Stewart Gostage, Jacksonville; stepdaughters, Michelle E. Sawks, Orlando, Patricia M. Ptasznik, Flower Mound, Texas, Mary Ellen Hieneman, New Port Richey; stepson, Burton Douglas Eno, Waunakee, Wis.; sister, Diane Rogers Williams, Orlando; 11 grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.

BETTYE G. FINLEY, 73, Eolia, Mo., died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mrs. Finley was a homemaker. Born in Paynesville, Mo., she had been a winter resident of Central Florida since 1994. Survivors: daughters, Roberta Fry, Cocoa, Robin Petrisin, North Dakota; sisters, Eileen Smith, Louisiana, Mo., Isabelle Luck, Troy, Lynda Galloway, Old Monroe, Mo.; 10 grandchildren. Beckman-Williamson Funeral Home, Cocoa Beach.

JAMES J. FISCHETTI, 62, West Gaucho Circle, Deltona, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Fischetti was a retired foreman for the New York City Dept. of Sanitation. Born in Bronx, N.Y., he moved to Central Florida in 1988. He was a member of Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church. Survivors: wife, Candida; sons, Joseph, James, both of Deltona; daughter, Lorraine Torres, Sanford; brother, Robert, Upland, Calif.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Baldauff Family Funeral Home, Orange City.

VIRGINIA FITZGERALD, 82, Webster Avenue, Winter Park, died Saturday, Feb. 12, of congestive heart failure. Ms. Fitzgerald was a supervisor for Retired Naval Laundry Services. Born in Brooksville, she moved to Central Florida in 1922. Survivors: son, Dr. Lewis Curtwright, Orlando; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Brinson's Funeral Home, Orlando.

ROBERT LEE FRYAR, 64, Monte Carlo Trail, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 10, congestive heart failure. Mr. Fryar was a professional golfer. Born in St. Cloud, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was Baptist. He was a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors: brothers, Daniel S. II, Orlando, John D., Sanford; sisters, Inez F. Baker, Jessie F. Austin, both of Orlando, Virginia McDonald, Annie Pearl Morgan, Joyce Jackson, Kahern Fryar, all of Sanford. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Inc., Orlando.

NORMA L. GORDON, 89, Southgate Drive, Kissimmee, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Gordon was a homemaker. Born in Lander, Pa., she moved to Central Florida in 1967. She was a member of Mary Martha's Quilters. Survivors: daughters, Nannette Pugh, Cheektowaga, N.Y., Margaret Liechty, Richland, Wash., Barbara G. Monday, Rome, Ga.; sons, William G., Fairplay, Colo., David H., Brookville, Pa.; sisters, Hazel, New York, Mary, Martha, Ann, all of Pennsylvania; brothers, Neil, Idaho, Nelson, Pennsylvania; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Conway Chapel, Orlando.

CAMILLE I. GROLZ, 56, Melissa Court, Sanford, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Grolz was a homemaker. Born in New York, she moved to Central Florida in 1971. She was a member of Emmaus Lutheran Church, Orange City. Survivors: husband, Bob; daughters, Lisa Borows, Sanford, Susan Ortner, Deltona, Tina Phillips, Orange City; sister, Angela Reynolds, Kissimmee; brother, Tom Guisto, Gaithersburg, Md.; six grandchildren. Altman-Long Funeral Homes, DeBary.

WILLIAM O. HAINES JR., 52, Church Street, Sorrento, died Thursday, Feb. 10. Mr. Haines was a cross-country truck driver. Born in Camden, N.J., he moved to Central Florida in 1993. He was Methodist. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: son, William O. III, North Carolina; daughters, Michelle D., Sanford, Olivia A., Lady Lake; four grandchildren. Allen J. Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.

ALEXANDER "JACK" HARRIS, 68, Kirkland Boulevard, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 10, from congestive heart failure. Mr. Harris was a truck driver. He was born in Blakely, Ga. He was a member of El-Bethel Temple of Jesus, Orlando. Survivors: wife, Willie Mae Morris; son, Bill Carswell, Belle Glade; stepsons, Willie Frank Moore, Albert Lee Moore, both of Orlando; daughters, Belinda Smith, Jackie Moore, both of Johnson City, Tenn., Phyllis Jones, Fort Lauderdale; sisters, Mattie Lealand, Belle Glade, Iola Evans, Detroit; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Inc., Orlando.

JOSEPH WALLACE HUBLER, 62, Chipley, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Hubler was born in New Jersey. Survivors: wife, Patricia; son, Ralph; daughters, Vickie Cantrell, Pam Lakey, both of Robbinsville, N.C.; stepbrother, Art Hubler; sisters, Lois Drake, Nancy Pote; seven grandchildren. Byrd Funeral Home, Dothan, Ala.

VENERANDE "VENNIE" S. HUGHES, 67, Cimarron Drive, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 8. Mrs. Hughes was employed by BellSouth. Born in Canada, she moved to Central Florida in 1979. She was a member of Telephone Pioneers. She was a member of St. James Catholic Cathedral. Survivors: husband, Robert A.; son, Robert, Groveland; daughter, Lynn Lund, Fairbanks, Alaska; brother, George Daigle, Guy Daigle, both of Canada; four grandchildren. Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.

ELAINE B. HUNT, 70, Spring Isle Trail, Altamonte Springs, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Hunt was a homemaker. Born in Chicago, she moved to Central Florida in 1972. She was a member of Altamonte Chapel United Church of Christ. Survivors: husband, David F.; sons, David W., Manlius, N.Y., Daryl A., Orlando, Mabel Barcus, Rolling Meadows, Ill.; four grandchildren. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando.

MARION I. HUTCHINSON, 85, County Road 39, Bay Minette, Ala., died Thursday, Feb. 10. Mrs. Hutchinson was a machinist for Hutchinson Machine & Welders of Apopka. Born in Manchester, Conn., she moved to Central Florida in 1945. She was a member of Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, American Legion Post 19 and Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars. She was Protestant. Survivors: sons, James H. Mason, Apopka, George H. Pickett, Thompson, Conn.; daughters, Barbara Shortridge, Bay Minette, Margaret Freeman, Loveland, Colo.; brothers, Donald Goodell, Fort Pierce; 10 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka.

CHARLES EDWARD JOHNSON, 68, Apache Trail, Winter Springs, died Sunday, Jan. 30. Mr. Johnson was a retired printer. He was born in Davison, Mich. He was Protestant. Survivors: wife, Louise; daughter, Susan Snyder, Orlando; sons, Charles E. Jr., Brian C., both of Orlando; sister, Shirley Tucker, Davison; four grandchildren; three grandchildren. Williams-Thomas Funeral Home, Gainesville.

SAMUEL PAUL JONES, 71, Pinefield Drive, Ellaville, died Friday, Feb. 10. Mr. Jones was a truck driver. He was born in Mayodan, N.C. He was a member of Church of Christ. Survivors: wife, Roslyn; daughters, Cynthia Harvey, Quartzsite Ariz., Sonya L. Napoli, Orlando, Tonya Lynn Jones, Tazewell, Ga.; brothers, Ralph Jones, Yadkinville, N.C., Tommy Jones, Sandy Ridge, N.C.; six grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Orlando.

CHARLES BRADY KEISTER, 65, East Holly Drive, Orange City, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Keister was an automated-carwash installer. Born in Wilmot, Ohio, he moved to Central Florida in 1985. He was Lutheran. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, June, Orange City; sons, Robin N., Los Angeles, Brett A., Thaxton, Va., Jamie L., Troy A., both of Orange City, Sean E., Casselberry; daughters, Cynthia A. Toth, Knoxville, Tenn., Melissa D., Orange City; brothers, Earl, Wooster, Ohio, Wayne, Selah, Wash.; sisters, Barbara Christopher, Yakima, Wash., Mary Preston, Troutdale, Ore.; seven grandchildren. Altman-Long Funeral Homes, DeBary.

MICHAEL KORNHAUSER, 64, 3680 Shady Run Road, Melbourne, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Kornhauser was an accountant. Born in Cleveland, he moved to Central Florida in 1985. He was a member of Port Malabar Rifle and Pistol Club, Train Collectors Association and Space Coast Train Collectors Club. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, Judy; sons, Howard, Cleveland, Michael II, Melbourne; daughters, Sheryl Querry, Robyn, both of Cleveland, Traci, Melbourne. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

LLOYD "CURLY" LASHLEY JR., 79, Pennsylvania Avenue, Mims, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Lashley was a retired electrician. Born in Greenwood Springs, Miss., he moved to Central Florida in 1959. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Mims. He was a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 756. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Mims. Survivors: wife, Dorris; son, Roger, Alexander City, Ala.; daughters, Connie Pylers, Cocoa, Susan Waters, Titusville; brother, Marvin, Alexander City; sister, Iva Green, Fort Smith, Ark.; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

ROBERT G. LEWIS, 77, Brechin Drive, Winter Park, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Lewis was an insurance manager. Born in Abingdon, Ill., he moved to Central Florida in 1962. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: sons, Timmothy R., Orlando, Jack R., Winter Park; daughter, Janie C. Ray, Lake Mary, brother, William, Decatur, Ill.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Goldenrod-Winter Park Chapel, Winter Park.

MIGUEL A. LOYOLA MALDONADO, 79, 1270 Lancelot Way, Casselberry, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Maldonado was the retired owner/operator of a grocery store. Born in Penuelas, Puerto Rico, he moved to Central Florida in 1984. He was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church. Survivors: wife, Luz H. Loyola; son, Eddie I. Loyola, Casselberry; daughters, Lydia H. Strahl, Mildred H. Melendez, both of Winter Springs, Yolanda Ali, Oviedo, Brunilda Cotto, Edith A. Loyola, both of Casselberry; sister, Carmen Collazo, Puerto Rico; 11 grandchildren. Banfield Funeral Home, Winter Springs.

GERALD WILLARD PADGETT, 58, 27244 Palmetto Ave., Okahumpka, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Padgett was an air-conditioning technician. Born in Leesburg, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Okahumpka. He was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. Survivors: wife, Lee E.; sons, John M., Fruitland Park, John W. Humphrey Jr., Paisley, Kenneth Kemp, Leesburg; daughter, Debra L. Waldrop, York, S.C.; brothers, Ronald, Center Hill, Art, Okahumpka, Bob Padgett, Fruitland Park. Beyers Funeral Home, Leesburg.

ANNIE M. PRYOR, 75, Aaron Avenue, Orlando, died Sunday, Feb. 6, of respiratory failure. Mrs. Pryor was a homemaker. She was born in Tennessee. She was a member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church. Survivors: sister, Mildred Mays, Rochester, N.Y.; companion, Marion Lancaster, Orlando. Brinson's Funeral Home, Orlando.

FLORA V. REYES, 80, 3300 Elkcam Blvd., Deltona, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Reyes was a retired sewing-machine operator. Born in Caguas, Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1991. She was Roman Catholic. Survivors: son, Ulysses, Osteen; daughter, Miriam Bovill, Deltona; brothers, Lucas Ferrer, Deltona, Ventura Ferrer, Barranquita, Puerto Rico, Jorge Ferrer, Vacaville, Calif.; sister, Angelina Berrios, Deltona; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Deltona Memorial Funeral Home, Orange City.

FREDA J. ROSE, 62, 20th Street, Orlando, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mrs. Rose was a head cashier. Born in West Virginia, she moved to Central Florida in 1959. She was a member of Calvary Assembly of God, Orlando. Survivors: husband, Jesse; son, Jesse, Jr., Pensacola; daughter, Sandra Grossot, Ocoee; brothers, Paul Justice, Roger Workman, Dusty Workman, all of Orlando, Jimmy Workman, Texas; sister, Johnnie Workman, Orlando. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home; Orlando.

RONDO R. SELSER, 70, 17271 SE 284th Terrace, Altoona, died Saturday, Feb. 12. Mr. Selser was a sprinkler fitter. Born in Sherwood, Mich., he moved to Central Florida in 1975. He was a member of Union Local 821 Pipe Fitters. He was a member of Gospel Tabernacle, Umatilla. Survivors: wife, Edna; daughters, Lorrie Nickels, Lake Wales, Victoria Collins, Dubuque, Iowa; stepsons, Bud Geering, Burr Oak, Mich., Peter Padilla, Cincinnati, Ed Padilla, Leesburg, Jon Padilla, Altoona; stepdaughters, Phyllis Ray, Constantine, Mich., Irene Smith, Jacksonville, Rebecca Soares, Orlando; 20 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla.

ANTHONY SMITH, 37, Ivey Lane, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 8, from a work-related accident. Mr. Smith was a cement finisher. He was born in Tildenville. Survivors: wife, Gwendolyn; brother, Frederick Williams; sisters, Patricia, Noreen, Melissa Godwin, all of Orlando. Mitchell's Funeral Home Inc., Orlando.

TYRIQ AMAR WALKER, 10 months, Ole Heritage Drive, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 10, of sudden infant death syndrome. Tyriq was born in Orlando. He was Baptist. Survivors: mother, April E. Serrette, Orlando; father, Tyrone L., Orlando; paternal grandmother, Bubblela Simmons, Orlando; paternal grandfather, Elbert Walker, Orlando; maternal great-grandparents, Stephen and Joyce Serrette, Kissimmee. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

BERNARD JOHN WINKLER, 79, El Prado Avenue, Orlando, died Friday, Feb. 10. Mr. Winkler was a retired owner of appliance parts business. Born in Carnegie, Penn., he moved to Central Florida in 1945. He was a member of Rio Pinar Country Club. He was Roman Catholic. He was an Air Force veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Jacquelene; son, Bernie, Orlando; daughters, Pam Sharpe, Louisville, Ky., Fran Winkler, Stephanie Musselwhite, both of Orlando; sisters, Tutz Prohaska, Dorothy Mularz, Mary Alice Galanda, all of Pittsburgh; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild. National Cremation Society Beacon Chapter, Winter Park. 

ROBERT L. WORKMAN, 73, Wesson Drive, Casselberry, died Friday, Feb. 11. Mr. Workman worked for Martin Marietta. Born in Reader, W.Va., he moved to Central Florida in 1977. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8207. He was a member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Patricia J.; sons, Pete, Bobby, Patrick Morrow, all of Akron, Ohio; daughters, Vicky Oakes, Barberton, Ohio, Carol Williamson, Industry, Pa., Linda Pietro, Willoughby, Ohio; 13 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Family Funeral Care, Oviedo.

February 19, 2000

LEON H. BAKER, 78, Holly Hill Avenue, Casselberry, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mr. Baker was a millwright. Born in Patten, Maine, he moved to Central Florida in 1989. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: son, Bill Benke, Henderson, Nev.; brother, Leonard Belanger, Augusta, Maine; one granddaughter. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

EMILIA ZULIMA BARRERAS, 66, Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17, of respiratory failure. Mrs. Barreras was a homemaker. Born in Cuba, she moved to Central Florida in 1972. Survivors: husband, Aldo; brothers, Arelin Delgado, Miami, Ydalmi Sevick, Orlando, Andy Halls, Sarasota; son, Juan, Cartersville, Ga.; brother, Ramon Galvez, Miami; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Newcomer Family Funeral Home, Winter Park.

OLGA BARTUSIEWICZ, 81, Great Bend Road, Altamonte Springs, died Thursday, Feb. 17, of congestive heart failure. Mrs. Bartusiewicz was a homemaker. She was born in Chicago Heights, Ill. She was a member of Church of the Annunciation. Survivors: daughters, Carolyn Provost, Kissimmee, Jeanne Lahey, Longwood; son, Raymond, Dallas; sisters, Erma Napoleon, Maitland, Aidha Langston, Oak Harbor, Wash.; brothers, Ray Izzarelli, San Diego, Frank Izzarelli, Gardena, Calif. Baldwin-Fairchild Semoran-Forest City Chapel.

WILMA "TOP" BENTLEY, 77, 828 Hunters Creek Drive, Melbourne, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Bentley was a homemaker. Born in Macon, Ga., she moved to Central Florida in 1997. She was a member of Georgia Federation of Womens Clubs. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Melbourne. Survivors: husband, James M. Jr.; son, James M. III, Milledgeville, Ga.; daughter, Betty Lynn Deloach, Melbourne; sister, Mildred McCarty, Greenville, S.C.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

MURPHY MCCALL BOX, 41, Palmer Street, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mr. Box was a restaurant manager. Born in Greeley, Colo., he moved to Central Florida in 1992. Survivors: companion, Mark Bebermeyer; mother, Mary, Moiese, Mont.; sister, Leslie Ferrell, Missoula, Mont. National Cremation Society-Beacon Chapter, Winter Park.

MARGARET D. "MARDIE" BRAMBLETT, 80, Forrell Avenue, Titusville, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Bramblett was a homemaker. Born in Greenleaf, Wis., she moved to Central Florida in 1970. She was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Titusville. Survivors: husband, J. Russell; daughter, Katheryn L. Bramblett-Hinds, Ogden, Utah; son, Carl T., Washington; brother, Roland Jacobs, Elmore, Ohio; sister, Katheryn Powell, Tappahannock, Va.; four granddaughters. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

ELLEN M. BRYAN, 82, Lake Wales, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Bryan was a retired sales clerk. She was born in Langdale, Ala. She was Methodist. Survivors: sons, Edward T., Riverview, Bill, Orlando; brother, Robert Lewis, Griffin, Ga.; sisters, Faye Hobbs, Linda Prescott, both of Hogansville, Ga., Anne Harling, Spring Hill. Johnson Funeral Home, Lake Wales.

ROBERT J. "BOBBY" CARR III, 19, 7050 Branch Court, St. Cloud, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mr. Carr was an auto detailer. Born in Winter Park, he was a lifelong resident of Central Florida. He was Baptist. Survivors: parents, Robert and Betty, St. Cloud; brother, Michael, St. Cloud; paternal grandparents, Robert and Helen, Casselberry. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.

CEDRIC JOHN CHAMBERS, 78, Lord Street, Scottsmoor, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Chambers worked in quality control for NASA. Born in Toronto, he moved to Central Florida in 1964. He was an Air Force veteran with the rank of master sergeant. Survivors: daughter, Lee Farrell, Titusville, Robin Bryant, Mims; three grandchildren. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

MOHABIR DASRAT, 90, Ridgewood Avenue, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Dasrat was an farmer. Born in Guyana, he moved to Central Florida in 1996. He was Hindu. Survivors: wife, Surjie; sons, Ram Ramdeholl, West Palm Beach, Bissoondial, Samlall, both of New York, Kunj B., Tampa, Obraj, Winter Garden, Jamuna, Ocoee; daughters, Dhandia Mangal, Roopdaye Craig, both of New York, Jaikumaree Sewpersaud, Orlando; sisters, Patya, Parbattie Parbhoo, both of Guyana; 36 grandchildren; 39 great-grandchildren. Dobbs Funeral Home-West Orlando Chapel.

FRANK THOMAS DIXON, 72, 1645 Veech Road, Leesburg, died Tuesday, Feb. 8. He was a retired foreman for Foremost Fertilizer. Born in Bascom, he moved to Central Florida in 1944. He was a member of St. John Baptist Church, Leesburg. Survivors: wife, Ruth, Leesburg; daughters, Janie Lee Agard, Orlando, Michelle, Leesburg; son, Frederick, Lakeland; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Eastside Funeral Home, Leesburg.

MARY ELIZABETH DOTSON, 91, B Street, New Smyrna Beach, died Friday, Feb. 18. Ms. Dotson was retired from Tinker Roller Bearings. Born in Bouchtel, Ohio, she moved to Central Florida in 1957. She was a member of Homemakers Club. She was a Seventh-day Adventist. Survivors: sisters, Mabel Marx, Rose Boardier, both of New Smyrna Beach. Settle-Wilder Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach.

ELLIE J.M. ESCH, 86, North McDonald Street, Mount Dora, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Esch was a retired personal secretary. Born in Fitchburg, Mass., she moved to Central Florida in 1982. She was a member of Mount Dora Lawn Bowling League. She was Presbyterian. Survivors: husband, Harold; brother, Tenho Jackson. Allen J. Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.

DORIS LOUISE FESSENDEN, 72, Baytree Boulevard, Tavares, died Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mrs. Fessenden was a homemaker. Born in Menominee, Mich., she moved to Central Florida in 1978. She was a member of Triangle Boat Club. She was a member of Faith Lutheran Church. Survivors: husband, Dean E.; sons, David, Largo, Bruce, Holt, Mich.; brothers, Don Hofer, Orange, Calif., Bob Hofer, Glen Hofer, both of Menominee, Dick Hofer, Marinette, Wis.; sisters, Alice Hellerman, Lake Havasu, Ariz., Eleanor Guise, New Berlin, Wis.; five grandchildren. National Cremation Society-Beacon Chapter, Winter Park.

DIONISIO PADUL GARZON SR., 90, Vermont Avenue, St. Cloud, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs Garzon was a college professor. Born in the Philippines, he moved to Central Florida in 1995. He was Methodist. Survivors: wife, Atanacia; daughters, Carmelita Sevilla, St. Cloud, Lucvimin Adriano, Melville, N.Y., Maria Socorro Robles, Chandler, Ariz.; sons, Deo, Commack, N.Y., Ruben, Ocoee, Cesar, Westbury, N.Y., Dionisio Jr., Manila, Philippines; 20 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Osceola Memory Gardens Funeral Home, St. Cloud.

ANDREW GIAIMO, 78, Longleaf Plantation, DeLand, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Giaimo was a retired foreman for Waumbec Mills, Manchester, N.H. Born in Lawrence, Mass., he moved to Central Florida in 1997. He was a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Manchester. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Bette; daughters, Andree Garfola, Barbara Plante, both of Deltona; brothers, Henry, DeLand, Ignatius, Daytona Beach; three grandsons; one great-grandson. Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, DeLand.

FLORINE F. GILL, 98, West Airport Boulevard, Sanford, died Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mrs. Gill was a secretary for the military. Born in Quincy, Mich., she moved to Central Florida in 1962. Survivors: daughter, Mary Hickson, Sanford; one grandson. Baldwin-Fairchild-Oaklawn Park Chapel, Lake Mary.

INES N. GONZALEZ, 88, Providence Boulevard, Deltona, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Gonzalez was a homemaker. Born in Coamo, Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1994. She was a member of Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, Deltona. Survivors: husband, Isidro; son, Miguel A., Deltona; five grandchildren, one great-grandchild. Deltona Memorial Funeral Home, Orange City.

SHIRLEY GREENFIELD, 74, Canton Street, Orlando, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mrs. Greenfield was a public school teacher. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1946. She was a member of YMCA, Hadassah, B'Nai B'Rith, Green Circle and Coalition for the Homeless. She was a member of Congregation of Liberal Judaism. Survivors: sons, Barry, Steve, both of Sanibel; daughter, Barbara, Deltona. Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, Orlando.

NORMAN K. HOLT, 70, 1845 Cypress Lake Drive, Grant, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Holt was a retired mechanical engineer with Harris Corp. Born in Dayton, Ohio, he moved to Central Florida in 1969. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Palm Bay. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Survivors: wife, Darlene; sons, Steven J., Basking Ridge, N.J., Robert D., William A., Port Charlotte; brother, Richard, Moraine, Ohio; sisters, Virginia Rector, Hillsboro, Ohio, Sharon Scott, Oak Harbor, Wash.; four grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

EUNICE JOHNSON, 77, Normandale Avenue, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Born in Geneva County, Ala., she moved to Central Florida in 1954. She was a member of Full Gospel Tabernacle. Survivors: husband, Harley E., Clermont; daughter, Nellie Hart, Clermont; three grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Garden.

NEIL ALLAN KINCZEL, 44, Ibis Drive, Orlando, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mr. Kinczel was a handyman. Born in Cleveland, he moved to Central Florida in 1955. Survivors: mother, Dorothy, Orlando; sister, Janet Lash, Fishers Ind. Carey Hand Garden Chapel Home for Funerals, Orlando.

SUSAN W. KOELBLE, 56, Shore Road, Winter Springs, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Koelble was a homemaker. Born in New York, she moved to Central Florida in 1972. She was a member of Winter Park Church of Religious Science. Survivors: daughter, Sandy, Winter Springs; son, Bobby, Orlando; mother, Eleanor Ennis, Reno, Nev.; brother, Peter Glazebrook, Summerville, N.J.; one granddaughter. Dove Funeral Chapel & Crematory-Winter Park Chapel.

ROBERT E. MATHERLY, 71, Sheoah Boulevard, Winter Springs, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Matherly was an inspector for the state of Florida. Born in Parker, Kan., he moved to Central Florida in 1970. He was a member of NCO Association. He was an Air Force veteran of the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Survivors: wife, Joanne; daughters, Georgia M. Armistead, Orange Park, Roberta J. Brunet, Marietta, Ga., Jacqueline A. Winne, Oviedo; son, Robert E. Jr., Oviedo; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

JOHN ROBERT O'GRADY, 20, 2320 Bronco Drive, St. Cloud, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. O'Grady was an auto salesman. Born in Southfield, Mich., he moved to Central Florida in 1991. He was a member of Bible Baptist Church, Kissimmee. Survivors: parents, Kevin and Deborah; brothers, Patrick, Tim, both of St. Cloud; sister, Christina, St. Cloud; maternal grandparents, Marge and Bob Mills, Mount Morris, Mich.; paternal grandmother, Marie, Sierra Vista, Ariz. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.

JOHN PARSONS JR., 62, Broad Street, Killarney, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mr. Parsons was a construction pipelayer. Born in Pittsburgh, he moved to Central Florida in 1982. Survivors: daughters, Susan Clayburgh, Vicky Langford, both of Killarney, Charlotte Hall, Crandall, Texas, Linda Keller, Bellefontaine, Ohio, Georgie Ayers, Pittsburgh; brother, Pete, Bellefontaine; sisters, Charlotte Denman, Barbertown, Ohio, Jean White, Pittsburgh; 23 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home, Ocoee.

PENNIE PETERS, 95, Woodway Drive, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17, of congestive heart failure. Mrs. Peters was a homemaker. Born in Gaston, N.C., she moved to Central Florida in 1983. She was a member of Women's National Evangelist Conference. She was a member of South Orlando Seventh-day Adventist Church. Survivors: daughter, Irene Jenkins, Orlando; brother, Orlander, New Jersey; sister, Emma Lou High, Gaston. A Family Funeral Home & Cremation Service-Pine Castle Chapel, Orlando.

HERBERT ELLWOOD PRAY JR., 76, Hawthorne Circle, Winter Springs, died Tuesday, Feb. 15, of congestive heart failure. Mr. Pray was a retired forklift operator for Martin Marietta. Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Central Florida in 1960. He was Baptist. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors: daughters, Constance A. Middleton, Carol Ann Cleek, both of Winter Springs, Pamela J. Bowen, Ocoee; sons, Kevin H., Delmar C., both of Orlando, Herbert E. III, Aiken, S.C.; sister, Isabell J. Mraz, Eustis; 20 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Banfield Funeral Home, Winter Springs.

VALENTINA RIVERA-COLON, 89, 1401 Kansas Ave., St. Cloud, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mrs. Rivera-Colon was a tobacco farm worker. Born in Puerto Rico, she moved to Central Florida in 1998. Survivors: sons, Agustin Solivan, Jose Solivan, Antonio Solivan, Cristobal Solivan, all of Atlantic City, N.J.; daughters, Rutil L., Isabel, both of Atlantic City; six grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.

JORGE ISAAC SANCHEZ, 20, East Orange Street, Lake Alfred, died Monday, Feb. 14. Mr. Sanchez was a construction worker. Born in the Dominican Republic, he moved to Central Florida in 1989. He was a member of Eternal Gospel Seventh-day Adventist Church, Orlando. Survivors: mother, Ramona Mangini, Lake Alfred; father, Paulino, Dominican Republic; sister, Ysabel Ramirez, Michigan; maternal grandmother, Aguedita Rodriguez, Dominican Republic; maternal grandfather, Jose Pina, Puerto Rico. Sunset Cremations, Altamonte Springs.

EVELYN SEYCHEL, 78, Hamlin T. Lane, Altamonte Springs, died Friday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Seychel was an account clerk for Bell Telephone Co. Born in Queens, N.Y., she moved to Central Florida in 1975. She was a member of St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church. Survivors: daughters, Carole Gammichia, Altamonte Springs, Barbara Mangels, Bethpage, N.Y., Claudette Waugh, North Merrick, N.Y.; 13 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Altamonte Springs.

BUFORD ALVIN SNEED, 67, Clarcona Road, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 15. Mr. Sneed was an electronics technician. Born in Eastman, Ga., he moved to Central Florida in 1976. He was Baptist. Survivors: companion, Rita Marsh, Orlando; brother, Roy, Georgia; sister, Sandra Gay, Daytona Beach. Sunset Cremations, Altamonte Springs.

JEANETTE L. WAKLEY, 82, Indian Drive, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mrs. Wakley was a civil service employee. She was born in Orlando. She was a member of Whirl and Twirl Round Square Dance Club. She was a member of National Association of Letter Carriers Ladies Auxiliary 638. She was a member of Blessed Trinity Catholic Church. Survivors: husband, Donald L. Sr.; sons, Donald L. Jr., Pompano, Carl P., Orlando; two grandchildren. Dove Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Orlando.

MAMIE E. WALKER, 88, Pine Avenue, Mims, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mrs. Walker was a homemaker. Born in Boone County, W.Va., she moved to Central Florida in 1972. She was a member of Church of Christ, Titusville. Survivors: daughters, Maude LaPlante, Virginia Sexton, both of Mims, Mary Brock, Titusville; sons, Coy Jr., North Tonawanda, N.Y., Robert, Marion, Ind.; brother, Fred Harrison, Nellis, W.Va.; sister, Lucille Dotson, Ripley, W.Va.; 19 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

LAWRENCE A. WIEGMAN, 84, North Solandra Drive, Orlando, died Wednesday, Feb. 16. Mr. Wiegman worked in civil service. Born in Bullard, Texas, he moved to Central Florida in 1965. He was a member of Air Force Association, Disabled Veterans Association and Reserve Officer Association. He attended First Baptist Church. He was an Air Force veteran. Survivors: wife, Angie; daughters, Carol Roth, Apopka, Linda Shell, Socorro, N.M.; son, Wayne, McCammon, Idaho; brother, Walter, Peshtigo, Wis.; 12 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-Conway Chapel, Orlando.

ULYSSES ANTHONY WIGGINS, 34, South Texas Avenue, Orlando, died Tuesday, Feb. 1. Mr. Wiggins was a construction worker. He was born in Orlando. He was a member of Greater New Hope Baptist Church. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: father, Ulysses Jr.; mother, Ida Wiggins-Johnson; son, Antonio Hampton, Orlando; stepmother, Ruby, Orlando; brothers, Brian, Dexter, Terrel, Orlando, Harold Johnson, Augusta, Ga., Kendrick Johnson, Orlando; sisters, Melanese, Freddie Mae Butler, both of Orlando; maternal grandfather, O'Neal, Dawson, Ga. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

CARL F. ZADANY, 86, South Texas Avenue, Orlando, died Thursday, Feb. 17. Mr. Zadany was a mechanic for Sears Roebuck. Born in New Brunswick, N.J., he moved to Central Florida in 1935. He was Methodist. Survivors: sister, Florita R. Hughes, Plant City; brother, Robert, California; stepdaughter, Betty Peterson, Orlando; stepson, Robert Peterson; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home and Memorial Park, Orlando.


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