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Thursday, June 12, 2003
SUNCOAST OBITUARIES

Thursday, June 12, 2003

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

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  • BRIGANTIC, CATHERINE F., 81, of Beverly Hills, died Monday (June 9, 2003) in Inverness. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she came here 17 years ago from Staten Island, N.Y., and was a homemaker. She was a member of VFW Auxiliary Post 10087 and Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, both of Beverly Hills. Survivors include her husband of 61 years, Michael; a son, Michael J., Beverly Hills; a brother, Paul DeFiore, Brooklyn; a sister, Marcie Fiore, Beverly Hills; many nephews and nieces; a grandson and a granddaughter; and a great-grandson. Fero Funeral Home With Crematory, Beverly Hills.
  • O'SULLIVAN, ANNE MARTHA, 77, of Camden, N.Y., formerly of Beverly Hills, died Thursday (June 5, 2003) at Windward Gardens in Camden after an extended illness. Born in New York City, she moved to Camden in 2001 from Beverly Hills, where she lived for several years. She retired from the New York Telephone Co. and was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America. She was a member of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church of Beverly Hills. Survivors include her aunt, Elizabeth Burns, Park Chester, N.Y.; several cousins including caregiver and cousin, Theresa Griffin-Bunger, Camden. Castle Hill Funeral Home, Bronx, N.Y.
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  • ADAMS, MARGARET C., 69, of Brooksville, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home under the care of her family and Hernando-Pasco Hospice. Born in Patton, Pa., she was a winter resident here during the past 10 years from Springville, N.Y., and was a homemaker. She was a member of the Women's Club of Springville, the North Collins Senior Citizens and St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Patrick; three sons, Mark, Zephyrhills, Jerome, Syracuse, N.Y., and Brian, Brooksville; three daughters, Marilyn Becerra, Loveland, Colo., Rosemary Peterson and Christina BiBlasi, both of Brooksville; three brothers, Paul Westrick Jr., Eugene and Richard Westrick, all of Elmira, N.Y.; six sisters, Malvina Weakland, Kane, Pa., Carol Baker, Elmira, Diana Fogle and Trisha Rock, both of Painesville, Ohio, Cathy Mertens, Philadelphia, and Judy Bailey, Phoenix; and 10 grandchildren. Pinecrest Funeral Chapel, Brooksville.
  • BAKER, CHARLES R. "BOB," 81, of Brooksville, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Hernando-Pasco Hospice in Brooksville. Born in Hamilton County, Ind., he came here 26 years ago from California. He was a carpenter and a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of the VFW, the Senior Citizens Club and Spring Lake United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Kathy Ann; two sons, Terry, Brooksville, and Gene, Hamilton, Ind.; two stepsons, Rocco Strollo, Vero Beach, and Arnold Strollo, Tennessee; a stepdaughter, April Nolan, Norfolk, Va.; two brothers, John and Dick Freeman, both of Indiana; two sisters, Catherine Dusing and Florence, both of Indianapolis; numerous grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Merritt Funeral Home, Brooksville.
  • BEAKE, FREDERICK A., 83, of Brooksville, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home. He was born in Dedham, Mass. He was a senior scientist for New England Nuclear and senior engineer for Yankee Atomic Electric. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He was a member of Navy Seabees Island X6 of Spring Hill, F&AM Lodge 375, Hernando Beach VFW Post and Aripeka Elks. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Anne L.; a son, Frederick A. Beake III, Weeki Wachee; a sister, Ruth Muller, Ohio; 13 nieces and nephews; and a grandson. Turner Funeral Homes, Spring Hill.
  • DAVIS, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 87, of Spring Hill, died Friday (June 6, 2003) at Hernando-Pasco Hospice in Brooksville. Born in West Virginia, he came here in 1980 from Ohio. Survivors include two sons, William L., Spring Hill, and James, Moundsville, W.Va.; a brother, Charles, West Virginia; a sister, Lila, Ohio; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Brooksville.
  • FERRARA, MARIE F., 81, of Spring Hill, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., she came here 14 years ago from Wanaque, N.J., and was a homemaker. She was affiliated with the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary and was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Frederick; two sons, John M., Vernon, N.J., and Michael J., West Milford, N.J.; two daughters, Victoria A. Lazarine and Dolores M. Clancy, both of Milford, N.J.; a brother, Constantino Camardese, Long Island, N.Y.; two sisters, Josephine Mezzasalma, Staten Island, N.Y., and Mildred Benevento, Tucson; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Merritt Funeral Home, Spring Hill.
  • GROVES, DOLLIE B., 91, of Brooksville, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. Born in Albright, W.Va., she came here 53 years ago from Bruceton, W.Va. She was a homemaker and cook for the Kiwanis and Rotary clubs of Brooksville. She was a member of the Brooksville Church of the Nazarene. Survivors include her husband, Asa, a son, James E., Lugoff, S.C.; a daughter, Betty Jana Brabham, Gainesville; nine grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Merritt Funeral Home, Brooksville.
  • TAYLOR, ROSE, 83, of Spring Hill, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Spring Hill Regional Hospital. She was born in Vineland, N.J. She was a seamstress for Model Coat Factory. She was a member of First Assembly of God Choir in Spring Hill. Survivors include her husband of 56 years, George R.; a daughter, Donna Moore, Kingwood, Texas; a brother, Daniel Guida, Port Charlotte; and two grandchildren. Turner Funeral Homes, Spring Hill.
  • VOLPE, DOMINICK PAUL, 90, of Spring Hill, died Friday (June 6, 2003) at Oak Hill Hospital in Spring Hill. Born in New York City, he came here 20 years ago. He retired from Suz-Ette Fashion Co. in New York. He was an Army veteran of World War II and awarded the Bronze Star. He was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. Survivors include two sons, Richard D. and Robert; a grandson, Jordan C.; and a companion, Helen. Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Brooksville.
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  • ARROYO, EMILIANO, 86, of Tampa, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003). Survivors include a son, Emiliano Arroyo Jr.; five daughters, Norma Gotay, Ana M. Ruiz, Eneida Colon, Mildred Garcia and Ana E. Arroyo; a sister; two brothers, 14 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. MacDonald Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • BAKER, OLGA VALENTINE, 91, of Tampa, died Thursday (June 5, 2003). Born in Boston, she moved to Tampa in 1955 from Chicago. She was a pianist, artist, professional ballet dancer, choreographer and instructor. She performed with several ballet production companies and was a dance and painting instructor. She was Russian Orthodox. Survivors include three sons, Clinton, Peter and Gregory Baker; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. C.E. Prevatt Funeral Home, Temple Terrace.
  • BAKER, VIRGINIA A., 83, of Bradenton, formerly of Tampa, died Monday (June 9, 2003). Born in Jacksonville, she moved to Bradenton in 1978 from Tampa. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Tampa. Survivors include a sister, Elizabeth J. Savage, Bradenton; two brothers, Lamar Baker, Dallas, and Milton A. Baker Jr., Tampa; and several nieces and nephews. Brown & Sons Funeral Homes, Bradenton.
  • BARDALES, ALBERT, 90, of Seminole, formerly of Tampa, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital, South Pasadena. He was born in Tampa. He was Baptist. Survivors include his wife, Violet D.; a daughter, Joyce Yates, Wesley Chapel, a stepdaughter, Joyce V. Berch, Gulfport; three stepsons, Paul Rowlands, Atlanta, Richard Rowlands, Dallas, and Michael Rowlands, St. Petersburg; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Abbey Affordable Cremation and Funeral Services, Largo.
  • HAWES, JUNE, 85, of Tampa, died Saturday (June 7, 2003). She was a member and Sunday school teacher at Seminole Heights Baptist Church and was retired from the Hillsborough County school system. Survivors include a daughter, Judy Denison; and two grandchildren, Pam and Edward Denison Jr. Adams & Jennings Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • HUBER, GEORGE "BARRY" JR., 70, of Plant City, died Monday (June 9, 2003). Born in Jacksonville, he was a long time resident of the Tampa area. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Plant City. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; a son, Baron Huber, Leesburg; a daughter, MarDee Buchman, Plant City; two brothers, Charley Huber, Lakeland, and Jim Huber, Williston; and a grandchild. Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • KENNEDY, LOWELL C. "PAT," 93, of Seffner, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at Lexington Health Care Center, St. Petersburg. Born in Dorset, Ohio, he moved to Seffner 30 years ago. He worked for Goodyear Tire Co. in Akron and Toledo, Ohio. He also worked as a dispatcher for New York Central Railroad for more than 25 years, retiring in 1966. He was a longtime member of the Leon United Methodist Church, a 60-year member of Masonic Relief Lodge 284, F & AM, Pierpont, Ohio, Order of the Eastern Star, Andover, Ohio, and the Ohio Grange. He was a member of the Brandon Swim Club and was recently honored for 25 years as a volunteer at Brandon Regional Hospital. Survivors include a granddaughter, Sherrie R. Santay, Greenville, S.C.; five great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Baumgardner Funeral Home, Andover.
  • LaCROSSE, RODGER F., 83, of Tampa, died Monday (June 9, 2003). Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Tampa in 1963. He was a World War II veteran and was general manager and vice president of Davies Can Co. for 25 years. He was a member of Palma Ceia United Methodist Church and Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club. Survivors include his wife, Mary Ellen; two sons, Doug LaCrosse, Tampa, and Wills LaCrosse, Atlanta; a daughter Karen Pesce; and seven grandchildren. Blount & Curry Funeral Home, MacDill Avenue Chapel, Tampa.
  • LUNDGREN, SAMUEL W., 54, of Seffner, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at home. Born in Kane, Pa., he moved to the Tampa area in 1982. He was a laborer at Thornton Laboratory. Survivors include his wife, Sandra K.; and a son, Vincent J. Lundgren, Lancaster, Pa. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.
  • LUST, LEO, 87, of Sun City Center, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at home under the care of Hospice. He was a World War II veteran, worked for Fairchild as an aircraft parts inspector and was a social studies teacher in Jersey City, N.J. He was past president of Machinists Union and a lifetime member of the International Association of Machinists. Survivors include his wife, Ida; four nieces; three nephews; eight great-nieces and great-nephews; and a great-great-niece. Sun City Center Funeral Home.
  • POWELL, LITTEN EUGENE SR., 57, of Valrico, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003). He was an employee of Hillsborough County Transportation. Survivors include his wife, Patricia; a daughter, Tresea Ormsbee; his mother and stepfather, Cindy and Paul Kirkland; two brothers, Council C. and James H.; and four grandchildren. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Brandon.
  • SHARP, KAY PALMER, 61, of Plant City, died Monday (June 9, 2003). Born in German Town, Ky., she moved to the Tampa area in 1994. She was a child support enforcement officer for the state of Florida, a member of First United Methodist Church, the handbell and chancel choir and was a volunteer at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center for 11 years. She was also past president of the Junior Women's Club of Plant City and was a member of the Plant City Pilot Club. Survivors include three sons, Jason, Tennessee, Darek, St. Petersburg, and Ryan, Tallahassee; a sister, Dolores Poage, Valrico; two nephews; and a niece. Haught Funeral Home, Plant City.
  • SUMNER, M. GLENN, 71, of Lithia, died Sunday (June 8, 2003). Born in Balm, he was a lifelong resident of the Tampa area. He was a cattle rancher, past president and state director of Hillsborough County Cattleman's Association and Florida Brahma Association. He was also a board director of the Florida State Fair Youth Steer Show and Outstanding Cattleman of the Year. Survivors include his wife, Doris; a son, Sonny George Sumner; a daughter, Jackie Lucas; brother, Emmitt Sumner; a sister, Norma McInnis; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Hopewell Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens, Plant City.
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  • BEADLE, ANN M., 57, of Belleair Bluffs, formerly of Holiday and Clearwater, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home. She was born in New York City, moved to Clearwater in 1984 from Pittsburgh, moved to Holiday in 1994, then recently moved to Belleair Bluffs. She worked at Republic Bank of Clearwater and most recently was a service support specialist for Neilsen Media Research, Dunedin. She was a member and board member of the Greek Orthodox Church of Oakmont, Pa., a member of the Orthodox Christian Center, Tampa, and Soroptimist International of Upper Pinellas and Pittsburgh, a treasurer of Clearwater Chapter of the Pan-Icarian Brotherhood and the Republican Executive Committee of West Pasco and Pittsburgh, and a former member of the Cotee River Suncoast Republican Club. Survivors include a sister, Lynne Stenger, Houston; and a nephew, Chris Stenger, and a niece, Kate Stenger, both of Houston. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs.
  • BOGGS, WILLIAM J., 90, of Port Richey, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Hernando-Pasco Hospice, New Port Richey. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he came here 20 years ago from Long Island, N.Y. He was a warehouse supervisor for Grumman Aircraft. He was a member of the golf and men's clubs at Timber Oaks. Survivors include his wife, Anne; a daughter, Diane Coleman, Oldsmar; a sister, Marie Kinden, Port Richey; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Prevatt Funeral Home, Hudson.
  • ELIA, DANNY, 43, of New Port Richey, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at Community Hospital of New Port Richey. He came here six years ago from his native Flint, Mich. He was a welder for Bayshore Steel. Survivors include his mother, Leona, New Port Richey; and two brothers, Paul, West Bloomfield, Mich., and Soloman, Flint. Morgan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Port Richey.
  • HOLLAND, MYRTLE VIOLET, 91, of Hudson, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Tandem Health Care, Bayonet Point. Born in Ferndale, Mich., she came here from Troy, Mich. She was an automotive machine operator and a member of American Legion Post 335 and Hudson Church of God. Survivors include her husband, Kenneth; two sons, Kenneth Jr., Clawson, Mich., and Newton L., Houghton Lake, Mich.; three daughters, Roberta Jodin, Hudson, Lorraine Lyons, Utica, Mich., and Lauralye Baker, Blackfoot, Idaho; 28 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Prevatt Funeral Home, Hudson.
  • JUDD, J. ARTHUR "ART," 82, of Holiday, died Friday (June 6, 2003) at home. He came here in 1980 from his native Binghamton, N.Y. He was an aerospace engineer for IBM and a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church, New Port Richey. Survivors include his wife of 16 years, Marianne; two sons, Jeffrey Judd, Nebo, N.C., and Ronald Lee Fletch, Hilliard, Ohio; a daughter, Susan Dee Banks, St. Petersburg; a brother, Donald, Pittsboro, N.C.; four granddaughters; and three great-grandchildren. North/Meadowlawn Funeral Home & Cemetery, New Port Richey.
  • LAMAGNA, NICHOLAS J., 78, of Hudson, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. Born in Manhattan, N.Y., he came to Florida in 1999 from the Bronx, N.Y. He was a park superintendent for Central Park and was a member of the Sons of Italy. He was Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Rose; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Bell Funeral Home, Hudson.
  • NELSON, JUNE, 64, of Hudson, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home under the care of Hernando-Pasco Hospice. Born in Detroit, she came here in 1958 from Bay City, Mich. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church of West Pasco. Survivors include three sons, Howard Wegener, Hudson, Lenny Morris, Palm Harbor, and Kirk Nelson, Fairfax, Va.; two daughters, Sherri Nance, Hudson, and Terri O'hara, Rome, Ga.; two brothers, Dave Melden, Hudson, and Norm Melden, Old Town; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Preferred Funeral Alternatives, Holiday.
  • ORR, RICHARD, 69, of New Port Richey, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. Born in St. Louis, he came here recently from Woodbridge, Va. He was an artist and a Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Sharon; a son, Jason Sheldon Orr, Arlington, Va.; and a daughter, Christina Maria Orr, Tampa. Morgan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Port Richey.
  • ROBERTS, JOSEPH VINCENT "VINNIE," 76, of New Port Richey, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Community Hospital of New Port Richey. Born in Natick, Mass., he came here 20 years ago from Pompano Beach. He was a Navy veteran. He was a member of American Legion Post 79, Holiday VFW Post, New Port Richey Moose Lodge, Eagles and Elks 2284. Survivors include his wife, Dorothea; two sons, Keith Martin and Larry Martin; three daughters, Connie Dean, Susan Townsend and Lynn Poulos; a sister, Mary Kinsman; 21 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, New Port Richey.
  • ROBESKI, EDWIN A., 90, of New Port Richey, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Gulfside Regional Hospice, New Port Richey. Born in Union, N.J., he came here 11 years ago from Hillsborough, N.J., and was the owner of R and R Golf Shop in Union. He was Roman Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Honey; a daughter, Patricia Nevins, Edison, N.J.; a grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. Morgan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Port Richey.
  • SCHERBARTH, ELEANOR, 93, of Ridge Manor, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Heritage Park Care Center, Dade City. Born in Greenfield Township, Wis., she came here 33 years ago from Muskego, Wis. She was a 67-year member of the National Catholic Society of Foresters. She was a member of St. Anne Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Charles, Ridge Manor; a daughter, Joan Schwartzman, Hancock, Wis.; a brother, James Zunker, Necedah, Wis.; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Coleman & Ferguson Funeral Home, Dade City.
  • SIMPSON, DONALD, 85, of Zephyrhills, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) in Zephyrhills. Born in North Providence, R.I., he came here in 1983 from Lincoln, R.I. He was a retired chief engineer in the metal industry and was an Army veteran. He was Methodist. Survivors include his wife, Helen V.; a daughter, Barbara Duarte, Zephyrhills; three sons, Norman and Donald, both of Lincoln, R.I., and Robert, Apopka; a brother, Albert, Waterford, Conn.; a sister, Ethel Halstead, Lincoln; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Whitfield Funeral Home, Zephyrhills.
  • WESSON, RANDY O., 46, of Port Richey, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. He came here 45 years ago from his native Humbolt, Tenn. He was the owner of V and R Cleaning Service. Survivors include his parents, Owen and Sue Wesson, New Port Richey; two sisters, Barbara Long and Debbie Barnes, both of New Port Richey; two nieces; a nephew; and a companion, Vaughn Hubbard. Morgan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, New Port Richey.
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    Belleair

    • HARTLEY, ELIZABETH I., 92, of Belleair, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Palm Garden of Pinellas, Largo nursing home. She was born in East Bradford, Pa., and came here in 1947 from Chicago. She worked as an executive secretary for the Pinellas County School System, and during World War II was a Civil Defense ambulance driver for the American Red Cross. She was a member of Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, Clearwater, and the Clearwater Lawn Bowl Club. Survivors include a daughter, Betsy H. Arnold, Belleair; and a stepson, Richard C. Hartley, Buffalo, N.Y. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

    Clearwater

    • D'OLIVEIRA, DR. LOUISE R., 84, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Thibodeaux, La., and came here in 1980 from Durban, South Africa. She was an ordained Methodist minister. Said to be one of the top 12 adult literacy specialists worldwide, she was director of the African Division of Laubach Literacy and founder and director of Operation Upgrade of Southern Africa. She was director of the Woman's Christian Center, Tampa. She was a member of the advisory board of Everybody's Tabernacle-Homeless Emergency Project in Clearwater, and the church's Learning Center is named in her honor. She was a member of the Republican Party and the Smithsonian Institution. She wrote Across Africa and Halfway Back, and Legacy of Old Louisiana and the Laubach Literacy Series Read the Easy Way, published in English, French, Zulu, Afrikaans, and Ohosa. She was an Army veteran of World War II and member of the American Legion. Survivors include a daughter, Kathleen B. Gagne, and a granddaughter, Kathi DeNardi, both of Largo; and four great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Largo.
    • KIMBALL, CHESTER H. "CHET," 89, of Clearwater, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at HarbourWood Nursing Center, Clearwater. He was born in Moline, Ill., and came here in 1956 from Illinois. He was a retired printer and worked for the former Clearwater Sun newspaper. He was an amateur radio operator and a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church of Clearwater. He enjoyed working with electronics and wood. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Marjorie; a son, Mark H., Clearwater; two daughters, Pam Smith, Clearwater, and Anne Jarvis, Largo; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • LUCE, ROGER W., 75, of Seminole and Clearwater, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Sun Coast Hospital. He was born in Oshkosh, Wis., and moved to Seminole in 1953 from Milwaukee. He was a retired commercial photographer in Pinellas County for 45 years and worked for the Clearwater Sun newspaper and the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays baseball teams. He also photographed Publix supermarkets throughout Florida. He was a World War II Army Air Forces veteran. He was a former member of the Clearwater Sertoma Club and participated in the club's annual follies and antique car show. He was a charter member of Crystal Cove Community Church in Palm Harbor. Survivors include his wife of more than 17 years, Lorraine "Lori"; a son, Kevin, Clearwater; two stepsons, David Conley, Clearwater, and James Conley, Homosassa; a daughter, Kim Jett, Clearwater; a stepdaughter, Tammy Grossman, Tarpon Springs; a sister, Joyce Pugh, Old Fort, N.C.; 12 grandchildren; and a great-grandson. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.
    • PRUE, ANNE, 87, of Clearwater, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in Union City, Calif., and came here in 1969 from Saybrook, Conn. She was a homemaker and Catholic. Survivors include a niece and a nephew. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.
    • RUIZ, SIMONE NANCY, 62, of Clearwater, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. She was born in Wallingford, Conn., and came here in 1996 from Key Largo. She worked 13 years as a cake decorator for Winn-Dixie. She was a member of St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater, and was a member of several bowling leagues. Survivors include a daughter, Yleana Gardner, Clearwater; two sons, Eddy Ruiz, Miami, and Fred Campos, St. Petersburg; a sister, Lorraine Trembly of Alabama; and four grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.
    • TAIOURANE, SANHTY T., 27, of Clearwater, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) as the result of an automobile accident in Volusia County. He came here in 1989 from his native Laos. He worked as a manicurist for a local beauty salon and was a member of the Laotian Association of Florida. Survivors include his parents, Kham Tan and Joseph EE Taiourane, Clearwater; a brother, Keothavy Taiourane, St. Petersburg; three uncles, Khampha Taiourane, Tennessee, and Ounkeo Taiourane and Qounta Taiourane, both of Illinois; two aunts, Khamphay Keophachank of Illinois and Khammoure Vongphasouk of Iowa Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Bobbitt Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • WENDT, EVELYN LYDIA, 91, of Clearwater, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Largo Medical Center. She was born in Buffalo, N.Y., and came here in 1999 from Chesterfield, Va. She was a homemaker and Lutheran. Survivors include a daughter, Linda D. Asbury, Clearwater; a son, Gary R., Midlothian, Va.; and three grandchildren, William Asbury, Clearwater, Jerry D. Asbury Jr., Las Vegas, and Jennifer Morrison, Richmond, Va. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.
    • WILLIAMS, FRANCES ELIZABETH "BETTY," 75, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) under the care of family, friends and Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in Parma, Ohio, and came here in 1951 from Ohio. She was a retired clothing shop owner. She was a member and deacon at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Clearwater, a past president of the Elks Mothers Club, treasurer of Pinellas Pioneers, a member of the Clearwater Historical Society, and an active member of Hillcrest Garden Club. She was an avid gardener, and bridge player and fan of the University of Florida Gators. Survivors include two sons, David S., Clearwater, and Craig V., Charleston, S.C.; a daughter, Wendy W. Gaff, Jacksonville; six grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

    Crystal Beach

    • JABLONOWSKI, STEPHEN J. JR., 73, of Crystal Beach, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. He was born in South Amboy, N.J., and came here in 1979 from Edison, N.J. He was a retired New Jersey State Police trooper. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Dunedin, the Elks Lodge and Suncoast Rod Crafters. Survivors include his wife, Charlotte; five daughters, Allyn Curry, Crystal Beach, Nancy Harmon, Trinity, Jean Jablonowski, Somerset, N.J., Judy Mehl, Chester, Va., and Suzy Johnson, Jackson, N.J.; a brother, Peter Bucholtz, Piscataway, N.J.; 14 grandchildren; and a great-grandson. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

    Dunedin

    • JOHNSON, LAWRENCE W., 82, a winter visitor of Dunedin, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home in Delaware Township, N.J. He was a winter visitor for several years from his native Delaware Township, where he was a farmer and a former member and president of the Delaware Township Board of Education. Survivors include his wife, Rosa (Schulz); three daughters, Nancy K. Withers, Wernersville, Pa., and Virginia A. Fiess and Marie E. St. John, both of Delaware Township; a son, Alan C. Johnson, Delaware Township; a sister, Frances Barney, Fort Collins, Colo.; and 15 grandchildren. Holcombe-Fisher Funeral Home, Flemington, N.J.
    • KEEL, GLEN M., 89, of Dunedin, formerly of Safety Harbor, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. He was born in Chicago and came here in 1977 from South Bend, Ind., where he retired as director of purchasing for the Bendix Corp. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church where he served as a deacon and elder, a former head of the Small Business Administration for Bendix Corp., and a member of the board of directors of Goodwill and the Boy Scouts of America, the Elks and Moose Lodges. Survivors include his wife, Maxine Keel; three sons, Glen and Kevin, both of The Villages, and Rex Keel, The Woodlands, Texas; a brother, Virgil, Carol Stream, Ill.; and six grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • VELLA, LUCIA, 94, of Dunedin, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Mease Continuing Care, Dunedin. She was born in Italy and came here in 1990 from Westbrook, Conn. She was a homemaker and attended Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Dunedin. Survivors include three sons, John, Dunedin, Vincent, Orlando, and Salvatore, Westfield, Mass.; a daughter, Lillian Fischer, Clearwater; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Clearwater Funeral Home & Cremation Options.
    • WEST, CHARLOTTE A., 82, of Dunedin, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. She was born in Charlotte, N.C., and came here in 1976 from Des Moines, Iowa. She graduated from James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., where she was a member of Tri Sigma and was active in varsity tennis and basketball. She was a deputy clerk in the office of the county clerk of district courts, served in the state treasurer's office and was active in the Democratic Party, all in Iowa. Locally she was a member of Oak Ridge & Glen Oaks Senior Association and was an avid golfer. Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Edward K.; a son, Ronald Edward, Palm Desert, Calif.; a sister, Mary A. Lowe, Crystal Beach; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Clearwater Funeral Home at Belcher, Dunedin.
    • WILKINS, ALICE SNOW, of Dunedin, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at Cross Terrace Rehabilitation Center, Dunedin. She came here many years ago from her native Chicago. She was a real estate agent and a former member of the Clearwater Board of Realtors. She was a former member of the Screen Actors Guild and performed in many plays at the St. Petersburg Little Theater and other local theater groups as well as doing numerous commercial acting jobs. She was Roman Catholic. Survivors include a daughter, Ann Rasich of Colorado, and three grandchildren, John, Mark and Amy. International Casket and Urn Gallery, Clearwater.

    Largo

    • BRUNICARDE, VIRGINIA "GINGER," 63, of Largo, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at St. Anthony's Hospital, St. Petersburg, under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in New York City and came here many years ago. She was a homemaker and provided child care in her home. Survivors include three sons, Sean, Kevin and Brian, and a daughter, Irene Wilson, all of Largo; a brother, Lawrence Hurley, Charlotte, N.C.; three sisters, Maureen Gatins and Patricia Polverari, both of Vero Beach, and Irene Shilling, New York; and four grandchildren. Gulf Breeze Cremation & Burial Society, Largo.
    • HOWELL, DONALD W., 84, of Center Moreland, Pa., formerly of Largo, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. He was born in Yorkshire, N.Y., and came here in 1959 from Delevan, N.Y., and in 2002 he moved to Center Moreland. He owned and operated a dairy farm for 25 years and worked for the Borden cheese plant and the Kendor Music Co., in Delevan, and locally he retired in 1989 after 20 years as an offset pressman for Pinellas County, He was a member of First Christian Church of Seminole. He was an avid bowler. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Ruby J.; two sons, Donald, Delevan, and the Rev. James, Center Moreland; a daughter, Rebecca Heintzelman, Irving, Texas; a brother, Duane, Delevan; 15 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren. Curtis L. Swanson Funeral Home, Hunlock Creek, Pa.

    Oldsmar

    • DYER, GALEN B., 54, of Oldsmar, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home. He came here in 1972 from his native Georgetown, Ohio, and worked as a salesman for Bill Jackson's Sporting Goods, Pinellas Park. He was Baptist and loved hunting and fishing. Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Barbara; two sons, Bryan, Tampa, and Brent, Plant City; a brother, Jerrel, Maryland; and two grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • O'NEIL, JOHN B., 79, of Oldsmar, formerly of Palm Harbor, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. He came to this area in 1994 from his native Pittsburgh. He retired from the Army as a master sergeant and later retired from Willison Products Corp., Pittsburgh. He was a member of All Saints Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, JoAnn; a daughter, Maureen Nowotarski, Oldsmar; a brother, Arthur, West Lawn, Pa.; a sister, Eileen S. O'Neil, Reading, Pa., and a grandson. Veterans Cremation & Burial Society, Clearwater.

    Palm Harbor

    • BEAN, VIOLA P., 94, of Marco Island, formerly of Palm Harbor, died Friday (June 6, 2003) at home under the care of Hospice. She was born in Nova Scotia, came here in 1975 from Braintree, Mass., and moved in 2000 to Marco Island. She was a homemaker and Protestant. Survivors include her husband, Herbert A.; a daughter, Barbara Irvin Stovold, Marco Island; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • BRINSON, RONALD EARL, 61, of Palm Harbor, died Monday (June 9, 2003) in a Gainesville nursing home. He was born in Live Oak, attended Mayo and Live Oak schools before moving here in 1958. He graduated from Tarpon Springs High School. He retired from construction and worked in this area for his brother, Brinson Drywall Co., Palm Harbor. He was an Army veteran. Survivors include three brothers, Roy T., Palm Harbor, Carl S., Waynesville, Ga., and Raymond A., Phoenix, Ariz.; and three sisters, Ruth Weitman and Ethel McCall, both of Mayo, and Martha "Judy" Snipes, Live Oak. Williams-Thomas Funeral Home, Gainesville.
    • KLINE, GLADYS F., 93, of Palm Harbor, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at St. Mark Village continuing care community, Palm Harbor. She was born in West Chicago, Ill., and came here in 1976 from Hinsdale, Ill. She worked as a bank teller for the First National Bank of Chicago (now Bank One). She was Presbyterian and a member of Countryside and Lansbrook Golf clubs. Survivors include a sister, Eleanor Langeloh, Kaufman, Texas; and several nieces and nephews including Larry Langeloh, Dallas. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

    Safety Harbor

    • CLAY, CLEMENTINE S. "CLEM," 59, of Safety Harbor, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at home under the care of family and friends and Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in Westerly, R.I., and came here in 1978 from Stonington, Conn. She was secretary and consultant for the Daily Group in Safety Harbor for the past six years. She was a two-term Safety Harbor city commissioner and vice mayor, serving from 1982-1986 under the name McNulty, and was a member of the city's Budget Advisory Committee, Planning and Zoning Board and Christmas Committee, where she was in charge of parades and floats. She was Catholic and a member of the Safety Harbor Junior Women's Club and charter member and chairwoman of Harbor Woods Village Homeowners Asssociation. She was a clown graduate and member of the Ragamuffins Clown Troupe (ambassadors for the city of Safety Harbor), and a member of the National Clown Registry. Survivors include a son, Darrell A., Lakewood, Ohio; a brother, Rick W. Sylvia, Pawcatuck, Conn.; and a grandson, William K., Lakewood. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Home, Tarpon Avenue Chapel, Tarpon Springs.
    • UNION, BETTY JEAN, 48, of Safety Harbor, died Friday (June 6, 2003) at Mease Countryside Hospital, Safety Harbor. She came here in 1955 from her native Louisville, Miss. She worked as a housekeeper for private families. She was a member of St. Paul AME Church, Safety Harbor. Survivors include two daughters, Cecelia Gaines, Norfolk, Va., and Betty Jean Union II, Safety Harbor; her parents, Sue and Willie Miller, Safety Harbor; five brothers, Willie and Henry, both of Clearwater, Eugene, Safety Harbor, Alvin, Tampa, and Arthur, Oldsmar; a sister, Patricia Boyd, Safety Harbor; and three grandchildren. Young's Funeral Home, Clearwater.

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    Madeira Beach

    • CLIFFORD, WARREN EDWARD "CLIFF," 73, of Madeira Beach, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home. He came here in 1956 from his native Milwaukee. He was an electrician and a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 308 in St. Petersburg. He was an Army veteran. Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Marcella; a son, Michael, Orlando; four daughters, Debbie Matteo and Kathleen Eastman, both of St. Petersburg, Linda Denniston, Ozark, Ala., and Barbara Clifford, Naples; 11 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.

    North Redington Beach

    • ANDERSON-LEONARD, JOSHUA "JOSH," 20, of North Redington Beach, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home. Born in Rockford, Ill., he came here in 1998. He worked for Beach Pizza Plus at Redington Shores as a grill cook. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Dawn and Mark Leonard, Redington Shores; two brothers, Christopher Anderson, Rockford, and Brandon Anderson-Leonard, Redington Shores; three sisters, Kristine Leonard, Largo, and Amanda Leonard and Brittany Leonard, both of Redington Shores; his maternal grandparents, Roger and Betty Lindblade, Rockford; and his paternal grandparents, Ralph and Odelle Leonard, Greenfield, Wis. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

    St. Pete Beach

    • NALLY, LANDIS C., 53, of St. Pete Beach, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. Born in Greenville, Ala., he moved here in 1993 from Gulf Breeze. He was a Navy veteran, serving three tours in Vietnam. He was a chief gunner's mate. After his military career, he worked as a seagoing tugboat captain for more than 30 years. Survivors include his wife, Christina Blanchard Nally; a son, Christopher, Bryson City, N.C.; two daughters, Amy Nally, Tampa, and April Pederson, Ann Arbor, Mich.; his parents, Richard and Elizabeth Nally, North Fort Myers; five brothers, Jack, Round Rock, Texas, Joe, Jacksonville, Robert, McKinney, Texas, Randall, Deer Park, Texas, Richard, Palestine, Texas; and two sisters, Elizabeth Karanikolas, Tarpon Springs, and Melissa Unger, Nashville. Veterans Cremation & Burial Society, Clearwater.

    St. Petersburg

    • BENZ, GEORGE, 60, of St. Petersburg, died Thursday (May 29, 2003) at home. There are no known survivors. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.
    • BRAMMER, GWENDOLINE W., 85, of New Port Richey, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at Gulfside Regional Hospice in New Port Richey. Born in Taftville, Conn., she moved to New Port Richey around 1960 from St. Petersburg. She was a bookkeeper for Deeb Construction with 50 years of service. She was Protestant. Survivors include a son, Richard, Sturgis, Mich.; and a brother, David Ducharme, New Port Richey. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Homes, New Port Richey.
    • CARIO, CECILIA Y., 81, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at home. Born in Norwich, Conn., she came to Florida in 1966 from Wappinger Falls, N.Y. She was a nurse in a New York nursing home for 45 years. She was a member of the St. Pete Beach Community Club. Survivors include two daughters, Jean Ostoits, St. Petersburg, and Alice Conlon, Houston; two sons, Frank Cario and John Cario, both of Houston; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.
    • HORTER, PATRICIA DIANE "PATTY," 57, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 7, 2003) at Bayfront Medical Center. She was born in Jersey City, N.J. She was a contract worker for Pinellas Association for Retarded Citizens in St. Petersburg for 13 years. She was a member of Pinellas Community Church. There are no known survivors. ALifeTribute FuneralCare, St. Petersburg.
    • HUFF, DR. STUART M., 74, of Miami, formerly of St. Petersburg and Gulfport, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at Miami Shores Hospice Center. He was a St. Petersburg native. He was provost at Cantonville College in Cantonville, Md., and at Key West Community College. He was a 1946 graduate of St. Petersburg High School. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1954 and received a doctorate in English and education from the University of Michigan. He was a retired Navy commander and a Coast Guard veteran. Survivors include his wife of 18 years, Colleen; three daughters, Sarah Krohm, Manchester, Vt., Ellen Dawson, Ellicot, Md., and Laurel Vincinty, Haversboard, Pa.; a son, Wayne, Bethesda, Md.; two brothers, Austin M., St. Petersburg, and Robert, Gulfport; a sister, Ruth Huff-Saylor, Gulfport; and four grandchildren. Cofer-Kolski-Combs Funeral Home, Miami.
    • IANNELLO, PASQUALE P., 55, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Hospice House Woodside, Pinellas Park. He came here in 1982 from his native Philadelphia. He was a conductor for the Pennsylvania Railroad. He was a member of Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church. Survivors include two sons, Justin, South Pasadena, and Paul, Philadelphia; three daughters, Christine Murphy and Dominique Iannello, both of Philadelphia, and Bianca Iannello, South Pasadena; five brothers, Joseph, Moorestown, N.J., Michael, Largo, Mark, Clearwater, Robert, St. Petersburg, and Stephen, Media, Pa.; a sister, Bernadette Harris, Jupiter; and two grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.
    • LASSITER, MARYETTA, 81, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Bayfront Medical Center. She came here in 1957 from her native Millen, Ga. She was a retired domestic worker. She was a 45-year member and deaconess of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. She was a lifetime member of Heroines of Jericho. Survivors include two daughters, Patsy Moore and Louise Clinton-Frazier, both of St. Petersburg; five sons, Roy Lassiter, Spring Hill, John Lassiter, Augusta, Ga., Walter Lassiter, Herman Lassiter and Floyd Lassiter, all of St. Petersburg; 40 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • LOSEY, GERALD E., 87, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (June 11, 2003) at Pasadena Manor. Born in Wayne County, Mich., he came here in 2000 from Lake City. He was a mechanical engineer and owned Lube Specialist. He was a member of Azalea Baptist Church in St. Petersburg. Survivors include his wife of seven years, Grace; a daughter, Sandra Ulmer, Pinellas Park; two sons, Derek, Las Vegas, and Dana, Henderson, Nev.; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.
    • POWELL, MARGARET B., 90, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (June 3, 2003) at Bon Secours Maria Manor. Born in Jersey City, N.J., she came here in 1975 from Morganville, N.J. She was a licensed practical nurse and retired as a private duty nurse. She was Catholic. Survivors include a son, Gregory, St. Petersburg; two daughters, Lynne Mack, Covington, La., and Catherine Apicella, Egg Harbor, N.J.; two sisters, Catherine Pethick, Neptune, N.J., and Delores Ernst, New Jersey; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • REHYANSKI, MARK R., 47, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 8, 2003) at home. Born in South Amboy, N.J., he came to Florida in 1985 from Sayerville, N.J. He was a laborer in the steel industry. He was Roman Catholic. Survivors include his father, Rudolph M., Parlin, N.J.; three sisters, Theresa Rehyanski, Sayerville, Mary Deore, Huntersville, N.J., and Gail Fontanazza, Plantation. David C. Gross Funeral Homes and Crematory, Central Avenue Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • SEALS, MARIE EDYTHE SHEELEY, 75, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 9, 2003) at home under hospice care. She was a St. Petersburg native. She was a 1947 graduate of Gibbs High School. She was a beautician and a certified nursing assistant, retiring from TLC Nursing Home in St. Petersburg. She was a member of First Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Rosalyn Seals and Pamela Seals, both of St. Petersburg, and Sandra Seals Cameron, Rockledge; a stepdaughter, Barbara Seals, Lynn, Mass.; three brothers, Leroy Sheeley, Lucious Sheeley and Perry Sheeley, six sisters, Bertha Sheeley-Eldgridge, Lou Ella Sheeley-Wreaves, Josephine Sheeley-McCall, Helena Sheeley-Creal, Bernice Sheeley-Green and Ann Sheeley-Richardson, all of St. Petersburg; 10 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • SNOW, MARILYN DENISE, 45, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Bayfront Medical Center. She was a St. Petersburg native and a Lakewood High School graduate. She was a sergeant and administrative specialist in the Army. She attended Payne College in Augusta, Ga. She received the Army Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, the National Defense Service Medal the Good Conduct Medal, the Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon, the Army Service Ribbon, the Overseas Service Ribbon and the Expert Marksmanship Qualification Badge with Rifle Bar. She was a member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband of 16 years, Bernard M.; a daughter, Ericka McNair, St. Petersburg; three brothers, Eddie McNair, Madison, Billy Joe McNair, Atlanta, and William Westley, St. Petersburg; a sister, Jackie Harris, and her father and stepmother, Eddie and Ronetta McNair, all of St. Petersburg; her paternal grandmother, Maple McNair, Madison; and a grandson. Zion Hill Mortuary, St. Petersburg.

    Seminole

    • LUCE, ROGER W., 75, of Seminole and Clearwater, died Tuesday (June 10, 2003) at Sun Coast Hospital. Born in Oshkosh, Wis., he moved to Seminole in 1953 from Milwaukee. He was a retired commercial photographer in Pinellas County for 45 years and worked for the Clearwater Sun and the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays baseball teams. He also photographed Publix supermarkets throughout Florida. He was a World War II Army Air Forces veteran. He was a former member of the Clearwater Sertoma Club and participated in the club's annual follies and antique car show. He was a charter member of Crystal Cove Community Church in Palm Harbor. Survivors include his wife of more than 17 years, Lorraine "Lori"; a son, Kevin, Clearwater; two stepsons, David Conley, Clearwater, and James Conley, Homosassa; a daughter, Kim Jett, Clearwater; a stepdaughter, Tammy Grossman, Tarpon Springs; a sister, Joyce Pugh, Old Fort, N.C.; 12 grandchildren; and great-grandson. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.
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