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March 20, 2002
SUNCOAST OBITUARIES

Wednesday, March 20, 2002

This list is compiled from the
regional editions of the St. Petersburg Times.

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  • CASSIDY, HELEN, 76, of Crystal River, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Cypress Cove Care Center in Crystal River. Born in Central Falls, R.I., she came here three years ago from North Kingstown, R.I. She was Catholic. Survivors include her husband of 52 years, Robert; a daughter, Christine Frasch, Crystal River; a son, Keith, Cranston, R.I.; a brother, Crystal River; a sister, Catherine Wilson, Pawtucket, R.I.; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Wilder Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.
  • CHARETTE, CECILE M. "SIS," 65, of Homosassa Springs, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. Born in Webster, Mass., she came here 24 years ago from North Brookfield, Mass. She was a retired machine operator and former animal control officer for Citrus County Animal Control. She was a member of the World Wide Church of God in Ocala. Survivors include her husband of 48 years, William; two sons, Clifford, Homosassa, and Christopher, Green Bay, Wis.; a daughter, Patricia Maden, Harrisville, R.I.; seven sisters, Lucille Freeburn, Springfield, Mass., Rose Marie White, North Oxford, Mass., Rita Godin, Spencer, Mass., Alice Wolockofuicz, Worcester, Mass., Claire Kresco, East Brookfield, Mass., Jeanette Couture, Millbury, Mass., and Irene Lovoie, Dudley, Mass.; two brothers, Paul LeBoeuf, Kissimmee, and Albert LeBoeuf, Auburn, Mass.; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Strickland Funeral Home, Crystal River.
  • DiVEGLIO, JOHN H., 86, of Inverness, died Friday (March 15, 2002) in Inverness. Born in Bronx, N.Y., he came here in 1975 from Brooklyn, N.Y. He was a retired police officer for the New York Transit Police Department. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church. He was past commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4252 of Hernando, American Legion Post 155 of Crystal River, past chief of Highlands Volunteer Fire Department, and a member of national police organizations NARLEO and 10-13 Police Group. Survivors include two sons, John H. DiVeglio Jr., Brooklyn, and Robert, Morrisville, Pa.; a daughter, Patricia DiVeglio, Brooklyn; two sisters, Winifred Lomolino, Largo, and Helen Gold, Bronx; and six grandchildren. Hooper Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inverness.
  • DONNELLY, DOROTHEA MARY, 83, of Homosassa, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Seven Rivers Community Hospital in Crystal River. Born in Maspeth, N.Y., she came here in 1987 from Churchville, Md. She was a homemaker and an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include a son, Emmett F. Donnelly III, Homosassa; a daughter, Dorothea J. Jones, Fairhope, Ala.; and a grandson. Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.
  • EDDY, BETTY R., 77, of Inverness, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness. Born in Clarksville, Tenn., she came here seven years ago from Danville, N.H. She was a retired registered nurse. Survivors include two sons, Paul "David" Adbell, Brunswick, Ga., and James H. Asbell Jr., Brunswick; a daughter, Joan Brian, Danville; two sisters, Nellie Schlueter, Hernando, and Anne Barnett, McDonough, Ga.; and two grandchildren. Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home with Crematory, Inverness.
  • HALL, CHARLES W., 80, of Gainesville, formerly Crystal River, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home under the care of his family and Hospice of Alachua County. Born in Detroit, he was an eight-year resident of Crystal River from Redford, Mich., relocating recently to Gainesville to be near family. He was a retired engineer for the Chrysler Corp. and a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers. He also was a member of the West Citrus Elks of Homosassa and the St. Anne's Episcopal Church of Crystal River. Survivors include his wife, Effie; a son, Dr. Mark Adkinson, Gainesville; and three grandchildren. Brown Funeral Home & Crematory, Crystal River.
  • HENRY, HOWARD R., 71, of Inverness, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at home under the care of his wife and Hospice of Citrus County. Born in Niagara Falls, N.Y., he came here in 1971 from Serento. He was the owner of T&H Tile Inc. of Inverness for 35 years. He was a charter member of Citrus County Builders Association. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Jean Henry; a son, Carl Ray Henry, Gainesville; a daughter, Jan Lea Weeks, Murphy, N.C.; and two grandchildren. Heinz Funeral Home & Cremation, Inverness.
  • HOLMES, MARION, 85, of Lecanto, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Life Care Center in Lecanto. She was born in Canton, Mass., and was a woolen mill weaver. Survivors include a niece, Barbara Rinaldi, Canton. Heinz Funeral Home & Cremation, Inverness.
  • MILLER, MARY A., 97, of Crystal River, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Cypress Cove Care Center in Crystal River. Born in Elizabeth, N.J., she came here 12 years ago from Rahway, N.J. She was a cafeteria worker for Exxon and member of the First Presbyterian Church of Crystal River. Survivors include a daughter, Ida Feihl, Crystal River; two sons, Ralph Benz, Whiting, N.J., and Fred Benz, Lady Lake; five grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Brown Funeral Home & Crematory, Crystal River.
  • STAR, JOHNNY K., 60, of Crystal River, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. Born in Homosassa, he was a lifelong resident of this area and was the owner of Star Signs of Crystal River. He was Christian. He was affiliated with the Commanchee Tribe and active in Native American affairs. Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline; a son, three daughters, three stepchildren; and eight grandchildren. Strickland Funeral Home, Crystal River.
  • ZIPPS, DOLORES J., 68, of Beverly Hills, died Monday (March 18, 2002) in Lecanto. Born in Lowell, Mass., she came here 13 years ago from Ballerica, Mass., and was a bus driver for the Head Start school program. She was Catholic. She was a member of the Beverly Hills Fishing Club and life member of the Ladies Auxiliary Nesbitt Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10087. Survivors include her husband, Thomas; a daughter, Deborah Wallace, and a grandson, Jason Wallace, both of Lowell, Mass. Fero Funeral Home with Crematory, Beverly Hills.
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  • CARPENTER, ROSEMARY, 62, of Brooksville, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at home. Born in Rochester, Ind., she came here in 1986 from Wabash, Ind. She was a store manager with Pick Wick Convenience Store in Brooksville. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 186 and the Eden Baptist Church, both of Brooksville. Survivors include her husband, Charles M.; three sons, James Osborn, Logansport, Ind., Roy and William Osborn, both of Kokomo, Ind.; two daughters, Sue Anne Wahl and Rose Marie Thomas, both of Logansport; a stepson, Charles W. Carpenter, Arlington, Va.; a stepdaughter, Julieane Johnson, Boswell, Ind.; two sisters, Olive Shanks, Rochester, Ind., and Sally Ragan, Brooksville; and nine grandchildren. Wellwood/Grace Funeral Home and Cemetery, Hudson.
  • ELWINGER, LINDA L., 49, of Spring Hill, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. Born in Cleveland, she was a resident here for 25 years. She was a secretary, member of the YMCA and Hernando Reef Explorers. She was Protestant. Survivors include her husband, Earl; her father, Jack Wilcox, and her mother and stepfather, Betty and Gerald Gordon, all of Cleveland; and a sister, Debbie Seay, Corpus Christi, Texas. Pinecrest Funeral Chapels, Spring Hill.
  • HILL, TIMOTHY FRANCIS, 48, of Spring Hill, died Wednesday (March 13, 2002) at home. Born in Meadville, Pa., he was a resident here for 13 years. He was a retired Army veteran and an activist for the rights of the disabled. Survivors include a sister, Teresa Bulik, Florida; three brothers, Charles, Brooksville, Richard and Brian, both of Meadville. National Cremation Society, Brooksville.
  • KILGORE, RAYMOND, 69, of Brooksville, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home under the care of his family and Hernando-Pasco Hospice. Born in Jasper, Ala., he came here six years ago from Evart, Mich. He was a retired pipe fitter, member High Point Golf Association and Mariner United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Sally; three daughters, Gail Brickey and Debbie Lewis, both of Allen Park, Mich., and Carolyn Fisher, Wyandotte, Mich.; three stepdaughters, Pam Bunn, Hartland, Mich., Annette Wellington, Howell, Mich., and Crystal Glenn, Livonia, Mich.; a sister, Pearl Calaway, Arley, Ala.; and 16 grandchildren. Pinecrest Funeral Chapels, Brooksville.
  • VERILLO, EUDORA, 81, of Brooksville, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at the Atria ALF in Brooksville. Born in Westbrook, Minn., she came here 14 years ago from Mokena, Ill. She was a keypunch operator for the Federal Reserve Bank. Survivors include her cousin, Irene VanNess, Brooksville. Pinecrest Funeral Chapel, Brooksville.
  • WARDLOW, ROBERT C. SR., 83, of Brooksville, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Brooksville Regional Hospital. Born in Barstown, Ill., he came here 53 years ago from Wildwood. He was a retired troubleshooter and lineman for Florida Power and an Army Air Corps veteran. He was Methodist. Survivors include his wife, Irene; a son, Bob Wardlow Jr., Crossville, Tenn.; a daughter, Pat Linebaugh, Dayton, Tenn.; seven grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and 17 great-great-grandchildren. Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Brooksville.
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  • BAYS, DUANE L., 62, of Tampa, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002). He was owner and founder of The Fourth Dimension and was a member of St. Marks Episcopal Church. Survivors include his wife of 25 years, Mary; his children, Dee Mills, Tampa, Troy Aves, Garden Plain, Kan., Deborah Andrews and Duane L. Bays II, both of Eustis, and Desire Bays, Beaumont, Texas; and 10 grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Carrollwood Chapel, Tampa.
  • CORNES, LINDA, 57, of Brandon, died Friday (March 15, 2002) in Brandon. Born in Johnstown, Pa., she came to the Tampa area 25 years ago from Johnstown. She was a homemaker, a member of the Florida Bowling Lanes and attended First Christian Church of Brandon. Survivors include a sister, Jo Ruble, Brandon; and a brother, Jeffrey, Brandon. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.
  • DUNN, EDWARD B. JR., 72, of Thonotosassa, died Monday (March 18, 2002) in Tampa. Born in Wharton, N.J., he came to the Tampa area in 1985 from Lake Hopatcong, N.J. He was a metal parts inspector for the U.S. Government, an Army veteran of the Korean War and past commander of American Legion Post 26 in Plant City. He was Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Myrtle Dunn; a daughter, Elizabeth Ortiz, Long Valley, N.J.; a son, Edward Dunn III, Thonotosassa; two sisters, Mary Warner, Lake Hopatcong, and Helen Jameson, Andover, N.J.; and two grandchildren. Hopewell Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • GILBERT, NORMAN JR., 70, of Tampa, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at James A. Haley VA Medical Center. Born in Fairfield, Maine, he was a retired warehouseman and a Korean War veteran. Survivors include his companion, Maxine Elliott; two sons, Dan L. and Carl A., both of Tampa; and four grandchildren. Swilley Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • HAM, JULIA INEZ, 92, of Lakeland, formerly of Plant City, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. Born in Kathleen, she was a longtime resident of the Tampa area. She was a homemaker and a member of Southside Baptist Church of Plant City. Survivors include two daughters, Jacqueline Webb, Lakeland, and Juanita Norman, Plant City; four sons, Gary Ham, Plant City, Donald Ham, Independence, Va., Murice Green, Jacksonville, and Hershell Green, Edgewater; and 14 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. Hopewell Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • HOBSON, JOEL C., 56, of San Antonio, Fla., formerly of Tampa, died Friday (March 15, 2002) at home. Born in Besemer, Ala., he moved to San Antonio in 1974 from Tampa. He was a planner analyst with Tampa Electric for 34 years and a member of N.N.B.A. of TECO. He was an Air Force veteran. Survivors include his wife, Gloria; two sons, Timothy, San Antonio, and Kevin, Zephyrhills; two brothers, William, Falls Church, Va., and Kenneth, Pinson, Ala.; three sisters, Myra and Sherry, Alabama, and Becky, Atlanta; and a granddaughter. Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Homes, Dade City.
  • RICHARDSON, HETTIE ELLEN, 88, of Valrico, died Monday (March 18, 2002) in Brandon. Born in Pineville, Ky., she came to the Tampa area 18 years ago from Cleveland, Tenn. She was an accountant for Church of God World Missions and a member of Riverhills Church of God, Clearwater, and Westmore Church of God. Survivors include a son, the Rev. Carl Richardson, Valrico. Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • RUSSELL, WILLIAM H., 75, of Tampa, died Saturday (March 16, 2002). Survivors include his wife, Helen; a daughter, Sue; three sons, John, Patrick and William; and four grandchildren. Mark III Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • SLUDER, KATHRYN ELIZABETH, 35, of Dover, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) in Dover. Born in Jacksonville, she came to the Tampa area in 1973 from Jackson, Miss. She was a geologist and a member of First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a son, Israel Micah Sluder Anderson, Dover; her parents, Thomas J. and Judith Sluder Jr., Dover; a sister, Theresa Sluder, Sarasota; two brothers, Thomas J. Sluder III, Boone, N.C., and Keith J. Sluder, Dover; and her maternal grandmother, Ruby Willhelm, Jacksonville. Hopewell Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • VAZQUEZ, CARMELO SANTOS, 88, of Tampa, died Friday (March 15, 2002). Survivors include his wife, Severa; four sons; six daughters; 34 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Gonzalez Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • WERKER, MARGARET C., 97, of Tampa, died Monday (March 18, 2002). She was a member of St. Timothy Catholic Church. Survivors include three grandsons, Michael, Anthony Paul and Steve Stone. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Carrollwood Chapel, Tampa.
  • WHITE, FRANK R., 64, of Tampa, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at home. Born in Detroit, he came here in 1988 from Detroit. He was a systems engineer in computerized healthcare industry. Survivors include his wife, Cheryl; two daughters, Pamela Parker, Los Angeles, and Jeanne Bowser, Ormond Beach; a son, Larry, Daytona Beach; a stepdaughter, Aimee Sparkman, Palm Harbor; a stepson, Todd Bullock, Lake Worth; a sister, Phyllis Freeman, San Francisco; and six grandchildren. Florida Mortuary Funeral & Cremation Services, Tampa.
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  • ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN, 83, of Port Richey, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. Born in Cass Lake, Minn., he came here 21 years ago from Pontiac, Mich. He was a toll tester for the telephone company and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a life member of Elks Lodge 810, Pontiac, Tarpon Springs Moose Lodge, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post of Port Richey, Eagles of New Port Richey and Telephone Pioneers of America. Survivors include two sons, Thomas Nadolski, Lincoln, Mass., and Michael Nadolski, Port Richey; a daughter, Nancy Elliott, Lake Orion, Mich.; and six grandchildren. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
  • BECKETT, GARY SULLIVAN, 49, of New Port Richey, died Thursday (March 14, 2002) at home. Born in Mineola, N.Y., he came here 15 years ago from Colorado Springs, Colo.,and was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War. He was Catholic. Survivors include two sons, Evin and Ian, both of New Port Richey; a daughter, Katey, Colorado Springs; his parents, Robert and Mary Koshefsky, Spring Hill; and four sisters, Laura Roberts, Waynesville, N.C., Bonnie LaMarca, New Port Richey, and Mary Alberti and Colleen Bierwiler, both of Spring Hill. Merritt Funeral Home, Spring Hill.
  • BITTNER, DOROTHY L., 82, of Zephyrhills, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at Hernando-Pasco Hospice in Dade City. Born in Rochester, N.Y., she came here in 1989 from Henrietta, N.Y. She was a homemaker and member of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church. Survivors include her husband, Glenwood E. "Bud"; and a son, Douglas E., Zephyrhills. Whitfield Funeral Home, Zephyrhills.
  • BRAGAN, JEANETTE E., 79, of Port Richey, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at Windsor Woods Center in Hudson. She came here seven years ago from her native Pontiac, Mich. She was a retired teacher's aide in the Waterford School District with 18 years of service. She was a life member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary and member of First Lutheran Church of New Port Richey. Survivors include a son, Robert, Clarkston, Mich.; three daughters, Sally Napkie, Grand Blanc, Mich., Sherri Miller, Orion Township, Mich., and Suzanne Bragan, Port Richey; a sister, Margaret Cherry, Clio, Mich.; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, New Port Richey.
  • CALABRESE, ANGELA M., 72, of New Port Richey, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Bayonet Point Health Center in Hudson. Born in Italy, she came here five years ago from Belleville, N.J. She was a homemaker and member of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Anthony; two sons, Joseph, New Port Richey, and Anthony Calabrese Jr., Keyport, N.J.; a daughter, Maria Fratelli, East Windsor, N.J.; her mother, Maria Piserchia, Italy; three brothers, Joseph, Belleville, Jerry, Brandon, and Michael, Italy; and five grandchildren. Prevatt Funeral Home, Hudson.
  • CLARK, MARY, 68, of Port Richey, died Monday (March 18, 2002) in Hudson at her sister's home under the care of Hernando-Pasco Hospice. Born in Bentree, W.Va., she came here in 1998 from Columbus, Ohio, where she was a security guard for IBM with 20 years of service. She was Protestant. Survivors include a son, Bobby Mease, Cedar Grove, W.Va.; three sisters, Alice Jones, Boomer, W.Va., Irene Ryder, Mammoth, W.Va., and Ruth Arnold, Hudson; a brother, David Schoolcraft, New Oxford, Pa.; and two grandchildren. American Heritage Cremation Society, Clearwater.
  • MARSH, ALICE, 69, of New Port Richey, died Thursday (March 7, 2002) in Port Richey. Born in Florida, she came here in 1986 from Arcadia. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a sister, Clara Nicholson, Key West. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Homes, New Port Richey.
  • MIRAU, EVELYN T., 82, of Port Richey, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at home. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she came here 22 years ago from Staten Island, N.Y. She was a retired secretary for Staten Island Mental Health. She was a member of the Staten Island Club, March of Dimes Debora League and member St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband of 65 years, George; two daughters, Caryl Bowers, Streamwood, Ill., and Pamela Behrens, Staten Island; and five grandchildren. North/Meadowlawn Funeral Home & Cemetery, New Port Richey.
  • NIKEL, JULIUS "NICK," 82, of New Port Richey, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at home. He was born in Latvia. He managed the Beach Restaurant in Harbor Beach and built and managed the Helm Restaurant and Motel, both in Michigan. Survivors include his wife, Phyllis; a daughter, Phyllis Jean Schubring, Swartz Creek, Mich.; a son, Walter, Harbor Beach; a brother, Augie, Parma, Ohio; a sister, Amelia Frank, Wellington, Ohio; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Ramsey Funeral Home, Harbor Beach, Mich.
  • STEWART, ANABEL, 83, of Hudson, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. Born in Bluffton, Ohio, she came here in 1975 from Lima, Ohio and was a homemaker. She was Methodist. Survivors include a son, Gary G. Stewart, Mission Viejo, Calif.; a daughter, Annette J. Stewart, Bluffton; five grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and companion, Daniel Kline. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Homes, Hudson.
  • WILSON, THOMAS JAMES, 87, of New Port Richey, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at North Bay Hospital in New Port Richey. Born in Philadelphia, he came here in 1983 from Rehoboth, Del., and was a retired grocer. He was Methodist. He was a Navy veteran of World War II, serving in the European theater, and was awarded the Purple Heart. He was a life member Holloway Terrace Volunteer Fire Company, New Castle, Del., and a member of the Delaware Club of Pasco County and Rehoboth Elks. Survivors include his wife, Isabella M.; two daughters, Nancy W. Cook, Kenton, Del., and Joan L. Maxwell, Middletown, Del.; a brother, Carl A. Wilson, Wilmington, Del.; two sisters, Sarah Kretchmar and Elizabeth Winters, Somerdale, N.J.; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Homes, New Port Richey.
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    Clearwater

    • CECERE, VIRGINIA, 78, of Clearwater, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She came here in 1974 from her native Brooklyn, N.Y. She worked for Johnson & Johnson Corp. She was a member of Light of Christ Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a daughter, Joanne Cecere, and a son, George, both of Clearwater; three sisters, Vita Boerste, Clearwater, Dorothy LaGattuta, Marathon, and Mary Williams, Scottsdale, Ariz.; and a brother, Gaspare Salerno, Palm Harbor. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • COOK, GERTRUDE ROLLS, 91, of Clearwater, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in New York City and came here in December from San Bernardino, Calif. She formerly lived in Greenwich, Conn., and in Maracaibo, Venezuela. She was a homemaker. She was Protestant and a member of the Garden Club and the Women's Club, both of San Bernardino. Survivors include two sons, Edward, Clearwater, and Tony, San Bernardino; a daughter, Diana Whipple, Charlotte, N.C.; four grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.
    • FRANKLIN, OWEN "JACK," 74, of Clearwater, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at HarbourWood Nursing Center, Clearwater.. He was born in Glenwood, Ind., and came here in 1976 from Fort Lauderdale. He retired as a sales representative for Hutting Sash & Door Co. He was an Army veteran. He was a member of First Christian Church, St. John's Lodge F&AM and the Scottish Rite. Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Jeanan; two sons, Mark, Seminole, and Steve, Winter Haven; a daughter, Julia Blanchard, Grand Lake, Colo.; a sister, Wilmetta Stamm, Glenwood; two grandchildren, Carla and Corey; and three great-grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • GOOCH, EUGENIA HELEN "JEAN," 91, of Clearwater, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in New York, lived in Chicago and came here in 1975 from North Holland, Ill. She retired as a supervisor after 45 years with American Can Co., Chicago. She was a member of Light of Christ Catholic Church, Clearwater. Her hobbies included gardening and needle work. Survivors include two stepsons, William Neef, Tarpon Springs, and Henry Neef, Blair, Neb.; several grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • HELMUS, WILLIAM E., 91, of Clearwater, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1972 from his native New York City, where he retired as an estate administrator after 35 years with the Bowery Savings Bank. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was Lutheran and a member of Pinellas County Geological Society, a volunteer at Bayview Gardens, a Mason and a member of Whitstone Lodge in New York. Survivors include his wife of 69 years, Ilse "Barbie;" a nephew, Harry Helmus, and a niece, Linda Helmus, both of Rockville Centre, N.Y. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.
    • LUCAS, STELLA, 93, of Holiday, formerly of Clearwater, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at Madison Pointe Rehabilitation Center in New Port Richey. She was born in Brewton, Ala., and came to this area in 1972 from Akron, Ohio. She was a member of Tarpon Springs Church of Christ. Survivors include two sons, King A., Lakeland, and Eldon Ray, San Francisco; a daughter, Elda Chisam, Holiday; three sisters, Myrtis Hart, Eunice Dean Watson and June D. Taylor, all of Brewton; 12 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Palm Harbor Chapel.
    • PAOLETTI, PASQUALE, 86, of Clearwater, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1921 from his native Buenos Aries and operated the Little Big Market, Clearwater. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include two brothers, Dominic Morelli, Clearwater, and Vincent Morelli, Inverness; three sisters, Edith Ceraolo, Virginia Morelli and Victoria Falzoni, all of Clearwater; a granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.
    • PARKER, RICHARD S. III "DICK," 63, of Clearwater, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. He was born in Murphy, N.C., and moved here in 1950. He worked for the past 14 years as a bus driver for the Pinellas County School System and was active as a coach and umpire with the Little League and Clearwater for Youth. Survivors include two sisters, Kelly Kennedy, Seminole, and Susan Kennedy, Atlanta. Morgan Funeral Home, New Port Richey.
    • PERRY, JUNE, 66, of Clearwater, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at home. She was born in Johnson City, Tenn., and came here in 1962 from Elizabethton, Tenn. She was former office manager for Daly Aluminum Fabrication, Clearwater. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Ozona and the Ladies Auxiliary of Higgins-Sutherland Memorial VFW Post 1658, Palm Harbor. Survivors include her husband, Howard K.; a daughter, Debra Hiles, and two sons, Kenneth and Russell, all of Clearwater; four grandchildren; and three great-granddaughters. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • TOBIN, ELEANOR M., 88, of Bradenton, formerly of Clearwater, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) in Bradenton. She was born in Tiffin, Ohio, came here in 1966 from Palos Heights, Ill., and in 1977 moved to Bradenton from Clearwater. She was a homemaker and Catholic. Survivors include two daughters, Debbie Walsh, Bradenton, and Terri Manning, Fort Myers; two sisters, Betty Wilmoth, Ellenton, and Helen DeCant, Temperance, Miss.; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-McLeod Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • WATSON, THOMAS JOHN, 37, of Clearwater, died in an automobile accident in New Port Richey Monday (March 11, 2002). He was born in Stoughton, Mass., and came here around 1987 from Massachusetts. He worked as a stone mason in Massachusetts and locally as a roofer. He was an outdoorsman. Survivors include a daughter, Rosemarie Frozzotti, Bridgewater, Mass.; his mother and stepfather, Veneta and James Smith, Clearwater; his father and stepmother, Jack and Ann Watson, Bridgewater; three sisters, Laurie Martinez, Gayle Lynn and Julie Evan Watson, all of Bridgewater; three brothers, James Rock, Clearwater, Joseph Rock, New Port Richey, and Robert Smith, Seminole; and his grandmother, Peggy Smith, Largo. Prothett Funeral Home, Bridgewater, Mass.

    Largo

    • DUGAN, ANNE K., of Largo, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 15, 2002) after a short illness. Born in Chicago, she came to St. Petersburg as a winter resident from Riverdale, Ill., from 1987 until she moved to Largo in 1993. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and enjoyed gardening, sewing, traveling and baking. Survivors include a daughter, Deborah A. Beaulieu, New Rochelle, N.Y.; a son, David A., St. Petersburg; two brothers, Michael Kowalesik and Andrew Kowalesik, and a sister Josephine Stark, all of Chicago. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Bobbitt Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • MARCUS, FANNIE L., 80, of Largo, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in Montgomery, Ala., and came here in 1982 from Atlanta. She was a homemaker and a member of Temple Beth El, St. Petersburg. Survivors include two sons, Gary, Largo, and Charles, Atlanta; a sister, Hazel Gresham, Auburn, Ga.; and four grandchildren, Ryan Marchus and Wendy Amato, Atlanta, Andrew Marcus, Alexandria, Va., and Shari Marcus, Tampa. Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Seminole.
    • PARISEAU, DONALD A., 81, of Largo, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He moved to Winter Haven in 1985 from his native Burlington, Vt., and moved here in 1995. He retired as a clerk after 30 years with the U.S. Postal Service and was an Army infantry veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Largo, Cross Bayou American Legion Post 252, Seminole, and Aerie 793 Fraternal Order of Eagles (FOE) of Burlington. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Laurette M.; three sons, Robert A., Largo, Donald E., Grand Isle, Vt., and David M., South Burlington, Vt.; a daughter, Susan Giroux, Largo; a brother, Ernest, Venice, Fla.; two sisters, Pearl Pasha, Burlington, and Claire Brede, Citrus Springs; 13 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.
    • SCHADT, CHARLES J., 81, of Largo, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Newark, N.J., and came here in 1987 from Sussex County, N.J. He was company treasurer for Wallwork Wholesale Computers Co. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of Biltmore Tennis Association and the Imperial Point Home Owners Association, Clearwater. He was an entertainer and member of the Imperial Point singing group the Messengers, who entertain in local nursing homes. Survivors include his wife of 54 years, Beatrice; a daughter, Linda J. Malony, Dunnellon; a son, Craig, North Carolina; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Hubbell Funeral Home and Crematory, Belleair Bluffs.

    Safety Harbor

    • OWENS, ELEANOR A., 88, of Safety Harbor, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at Palm Garden of Clearwater nursing home. She was born in Pittsburgh and came here from Munhall, Pa. She was a homemaker and a member of Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church, Pittsburgh. Survivors include three daughters, Regina Doolittle, Safety Harbor, Sally Gill, Munhall, Pa., and Nancy Winstanley, Stafford, Va.; and two grandchildren, Kate and Todd Winstanley, both of Stafford. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

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    Belleair Beach

    • WELCH, MARY S., 89, of Belleair Beach, died Friday (March 15, 2002) at home. Born in Westfield, N.Y., she came here in 1940 from New York. She was a bank secretary. She was a member of Church of the Isles in Indian Rocks Beach, the Fine Arts Society, Belleair Beach Garden Society, Ikebana International Chapter 65 and the Dress Circle at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Survivors include a son, William Lee Dowds Sr., Santa Ynez, Calif.; a sister, Catherine S. Foster, Blue Bell, Pa.; seven nieces; three nephews; and four grandchildren. Hubbell Funeral Home, Belleair Bluffs.

    Indian Rocks Beach

    • POTTER, ZOLA MAXINE, 82, of Indian Rocks Beach, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Wright's Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Missouri Valley, Iowa, she came here in 1996 from Howell, Mich. She was a payroll clerk for Bronston Hospital in Kalamazoo, Mich. She enjoyed golfing and bowling. Survivors include a daughter, Shirley Judy, Indian Rocks Beach; a son, Ivan E. Potter, Williams, Minn.; a brother, Paul Clark, Council Bluffs, Iowa; and two sisters, Ardith Bull, Rodgers, Ariz., and Sylvia Feldman, Omaha, Neb.; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.

    St. Pete Beach

    • MOTTL, MARCELLA E., 92, of St. Pete Beach, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. Born in Appleton, Wis., she came here in 1968 from Racine, Wis. She was a homemaker and a member of St. John's Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Douglas C., Racine; a daughter, Diane L. Crenshaw, Largo; three sisters, Pat Rubbert, Seminole, Regean Thomack, Appleton, and Dawn Holiday, Florence, Ky.; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Beach Memorial Chapel, St. Pete Beach.

    St. Petersburg

    • BENDER, MILDRED FRANCES, 83, of St. Petersburg, formerly of Largo, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at home. Born in Norfolk, Va., she moved to Largo in 1985 from Bass Lake, Ind., and moved here in 2001 from Largo. She retired as a clerk for Eckerd drugstore in 1999. Survivors include a son, Donald Bender, St. Petersburg; two daughters, Margaret Matson, St. Petersburg, and Marcia Richwine, Henderson, Nev.; a brother, John D. Wolfgang, Carmel, Ind.; two sisters, Barbara Walker, Indianapolis, and Julia Butler, Carmel, Ind.; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.
    • BRITNER, EDNA M., 87, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Grace Health Care.She came here in 1949 from her native Tiffin, Ohio. She was a former manager for McCrory's Stores. She was a member of Lealman United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women. Survivors include four sons, Ronald, Mayo, David, St. Petersburg, Larry, Leesburg, and Jerry, Oklahoma City; three daughters, Necia Buchanan, Quincy, Doris Rogers, Morganfield, Ky., and Sandra Hall, Mayo; a sister, Mary Neisler, Tiffin; 24 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Pinellas Park.
    • CHAPMAN, MAGGIE, 40, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 9, 2002) at home. She was born in Jackson, Mich. Survivors include her parents, John and Betsy Chapman, Charleston, W.Va.; two brothers, Pete, Charleston, and Andy, Albany, Ohio; and a sister, Jane, St. Petersburg. Wilson Funeral Home, Charleson, W.Va.
    • CHURCH, HIRAM HARRISON JR. "BIG WINE," 69, of St. Petersburg, died Thursday (March 14, 2002) in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was a native of St. Petersburg and was an all-state football player and a graduate of Gibbs High School. He also was a Korean War veteran and proprietor of Church's Beer Garden. Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Sherry; five sons, McAuthur, St. Petersburg, and Hiram III, Ricky, Kenny and Shane, all of Colorado; three daughters, TaWanda Hope-Church and Stephanie Church, both of Colorado, and Amelia Church, St. Petersburg; a brother, Luthrell Church, St. Petersburg; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Zion Hill Mortuary, St. Petersburg.
    • CRUM, MATTIE RUTH, 70, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Greenbrook Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She came here in 1940 from her native Waynesboro, Ga. She worked in private homes, retiring in 1991. She was a member of New Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include four sons, Fred Crum, Johnny Lee Brown, Abel "AB" Crum and Raymond Charles Lee; and two daughters, Diane Leola Norfleet and Rita Crum, all of St. Petersburg; a brother, Plez Holmes, Midville, Ga.; two sisters, Molly Lane, St. Petersburg, and Clara Stalling, Miami; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Smith Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • FITZPATRICK, CASONDRA "SANDY," 57, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (March 13, 2002) at home. Born in Lowell, Mass., she came here in 1994 from St. Augustine. She was a member of St. Paul's Catholic Church in St. Petersburg. There are no known survivors. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.
    • GOLDBERG, KATHY B., 52, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at home. Born in Kankakee, Ill., she came here in 1978 from Olympia Fields, Ill. She was a coin laundry owner and a member of Pass-a-Grille Yacht Club. She was a member of Marine Traders Owners Association. Survivors include her husband, Alan; four stepsons, David, St. Petersburg, Richard, Chicago, Cary, Olympia Fields, Ill., Mark, St. Louis; a brother, David Pralle, Pittsville, Wis.; and eight grandchildren. Beth David South Chapel of David C. Gross Funeral Homes, St. Petersburg.
    • GRAHAM, JOHN, 63, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at Edward White Hospital, St. Petersburg. There are no known survivors. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.
    • GROSECLOSE, EDITH BARKER "EDIE," 86, of Clearwater, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Palm Garden of Largo. She was born in Virginia and came here in 1990 from Baltimore, where she retired as a retail clothing saleswoman. She was a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church of Largo. Survivors include a brother, Jack Barker, and a sister, Iris Catron, both of Marion, Va.; four grandsons, J. Donald Groseclose Jr., Port Charlotte, Glenn Groseclose and David H. Groseclose, both of Owings Mills, Md., and Steven J. Groseclose, Silver Spring, Md.; and six great-grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Bobbitt Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • KNEITZ, PHEOBE E., 90, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 15, 2002) at home. Born in Mechanicsville, N.Y., she came here in 1960 from Dayton, Ohio. She was a homemaker and a member of Garden of Peace Lutheran Church. She was a Women's Army Corps veteran of World War II. She was a life member of American Legion Post 104 and a member of DAV Chapter 91, both in Pinellas Park. She was a member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and AARP. Survivors include a son, Theodore Utermoehlen, Clearwater; a daughter, Mary Lou Maag, Bellbrook, Ohio; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • MOORE, RANDALL ALLEN "RANDY," 44, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 15, 2002) at Oak Manor Nursing Center. He was born in Plant City. He was a sheet metal worker for an air conditioning company. He was Baptist and enjoyed gardening and travel. Survivors include his mother, Johnny Lucile Richardson, St. Petersburg; two brothers, Robin Moore, Lyman, S.C., and Richard Moore, White, Ga.; four sisters, Teresa Jones, Dalton, Ga., Christie Bollinger, Warner Robins, Ga., Vickie Stonerick, Bartow, and Mary Anne Martucci, Taylors, S.C. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.
    • MUELLER, GERTRUDE J., 86, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at Kindred Hospital Bay Area -- St. Petersburg. She was born in Germany and came here in 1970 from Long Island, N.Y. She was a beautician. Survivors include a son, Herman Jr., Long Island; a daughter, Ann Rein, Florida; and two nieces, Ann Spinelli and Ruth Schifferdecker, both of Toms River, N.J. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • PANTANO, ROSE L., 80, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Tandem Health Care of St. Petersburg. She was born in Italy and came here in 1979 from West Nyack, N.Y. She was a payroll clerk at Michigan Mutual Insurance Co. in Brooklyn, N.Y. Locally, she was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church and the Sons of Italy 2427. Survivors include her husband of 60 years, Ignatius; a son, Joseph, New York City; a daughter, Natalie Pantano-Blake, Syracuse, N.Y.; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Bobbitt Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • RESTA, ISABELLA V., 75, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) in the emergency room at St. Anthony's Hospital. Born in Bari, Italy, she came here in 1984 from Poughkeepsie, N.Y. She was a homemaker. She attended Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle and was a member of the Sons of Italy John Paul Lodge 2427 and Moose Lodge 1145 in St. Petersburg. Survivors include her husband of 48 years, Riccardo, St. Petersburg; two daughters, Angela Powers, Wappinger Falls, N.Y., and Josephine Luttrell, Ocean Gate, N.J.; a son, Riccardo P., Wappinger Falls; a sister, Maria Demarco, Italy; and four grandchildren. Brett Funeral Home & Cremation Services, St. Petersburg.
    • STANLEY, DAVID DAVIS, 86, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at home. A Pittsburgh native, he came here in 1955 from Cleveland. He was Protestant. He was interested in model trains and enjoyed drawing, painting, reading and fishing. Survivors include his wife of 69 years, Beatrice; three sons, Donald, Winter Park, Gale, New Port Richey, and Kirk, St. Petersburg; a daughter, Cheryl Burnaw, Weston; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. Abbey Parklawn Funeral Home, Dunedin.
    • TARBELL, GERALDINE EVA, 72, of Claremont, N.H., a winter resident of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at St. Petersburg General Hospital. Born in Claremont, N.H., she was a winter resident since 1982. She was a professional seamstress. Survivors include her husband of 42 years, Donald; two sons, Larry Manley, Guilford, Conn., and Douglas Manley, Malden, Mass.; two brothers, Gerald Marcotte, Wilbraham, Mass., and Roger Marcotte, Ringwood, N.J.; and two grandchildren. Taylor Family Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.
    • WHITE, STEPHEN ALLEN "STEVE," 47, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 15, 2002). Born in Boston, he came here seven years ago from Portland, Ore. He was a sail maker for JSI Sailnet in St. Petersburg since 1997 and was an avid boater/sailor. Survivors include two sisters, Michelle Marie White, San Diego, and Lisa McGrath, Boston; a brother, John White, Neptune Beach; and seven nieces and nephews. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

    Seminole

    • BIITTNER, TERESA "TERRI," 47, of Seminole, died Sunday (March 17, 2002) at Northwest Care, Bradenton. She was born in Tampa. She attended the Pinellas Association for Retarded Children for 28 years. She was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church. Survivors include her parents, Jean and Gene Biittner, Seminole; four sisters, Mary Coburn, Tallahassee, Peggy Ezzo, Largo, Patti DeLange, St. Petersburg, and Barbara Homer, Clearwater; six nieces; and four nephews. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.
    • DEAN, LEONARD "CHUCK," 77, of Seminole, died Monday (March 18, 2002) at Mariner Health Care in Clearwater. Born in Ypsilanti, Mich., he came here in the 1940s from California. He was a chef for several restaurants in St. Petersburg and a security guard for Weiser Security Co. in Pinellas Park. He was Protestant. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II and a member of the American Legion in Seminole. Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Sylvia; two daughters, Patricia Urban, Seminole, and Michele Ensminger, St. Petersburg; and four grandchildren. Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home & Cemetery, Seminole.
    • MOBLEY, EARL D., 68, of Seminole, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at the VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. Born in Mayday, Ga., he came here in 1934 from Georgia. He was a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in Largo for 20 years. He was an Army sergeant in the Korean War and was Protestant. He was a member of the DAV in Dunedin, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6827 in St. Petersburg and the Masonic Star Lodge in Clearwater. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Judy; a son, Richard, and two daughters, Patricia Smyrski and Tracy Anderson, all of St. Petersburg; two brothers, Joe, Jacksonville, and Paul, Orlando; three sisters, Rubye Harrold and Jessie Zoller, both of Jacksonville, and Emmalee McCabe, Orlando; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson. National Cremation Society, Clearwater.
    • NEEDHAM, WANDA G., 85, of Seminole, formerly of Brooksville, died Tuesday (March 19, 2002) at Seminole Nursing Pavilion under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. Born in Terre Haute, Ind., she came to Brooksville in 1980 from Crown Point, Ind., and came here in 1996. She was a member of Oakhurst United Methodist Church in Seminole. Survivors include a daughter, Patricia E. Keegan, Seminole; two sisters, Frances Helt, Terre Haute, and Janet Martin, Tulsa, Okla.; two grandsons, Bruce A. Keegan and Keith B. Keegan, both of Seminole; and three great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

    Tierra Verde

    • MONTGOMERY-SCHMAUSS, OLIVE, 92, of Tierra Verde, died Saturday (March 16, 2002) at College Harbor Retirement Community. Born in West Hartford, Conn., she came here in 1979 from Norwalk, Conn. She was a poet, actor, educator and businesswoman. She studied at the Oxford School in Connecticut and graduated in 1932 from Smith College. She performed on stage in Hedda Gabler and in the film Man on a Swing with Cliff Robertson and Joel Grey. She taught voice, music and drama for 70 years, including teaching at the Azalea Recreation Center. She worked for RH Donnelley Co. and was vice president of Randall Advertising. She also was an international real estate broker. She was a member of the St. Petersburg Bay Area Opera Guild, the Junior League, the National League of American Penwomen and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Survivors include two daughters, Joan Kratzer, Branford, Conn., and Elise Donnelley, Polson, Mont.; two sons, Daniel Montgomery, Tierra Verde, and John Cavanagh, St. Petersburg; and 16 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, St. Petersburg.
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