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SUNCOAST DEATHS

Tuesday, June 6, 2000

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

Citrus| Hernando | Hillsborough | Pasco
North Pinellas | South Pinellas

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  • FRANKLIN, ARDEN L. SR., 58, of Hernando, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home. Born in Sayre, Pa., he came here 21 years ago from Cayuta, N.Y. He was a carpenter for Buena Vista Construction Co. and member of the Carpenters Local 75, Gainesville, and the Laborers Local 512, St. Petersburg. He was Methodist. Survivors include his wife, Karen Stoner; a son, Arden Jr., Hernando; a daughter, Debra Buchanan, Hernando; his mother, Alice Franklin, Montour Falls, N.Y.; a stepson, Jeffrey Brest, Inverness; two sisters, Shirley Thompson, Mechanicsville, Va., Theodora Marcellino, Watkins Glenn, N.Y.; and five grandchildren. Hooper Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inverness.
  • HOULE, WILLIAM ROGER SR., 62, of Lecanto, died Thursday (June 1, 2000) at home. Born in Burlington, Vt., he came here nine years ago from Brooklyn, Conn. He was a retired sheet rock worker and played guitar with many bands. He was Catholic. Survivors include a son, Phillip John, Lecanto; a brother, Roger, Connecticut; seven sisters, Jane Turgeon, Lecanto, Linda Provost, Homosassa, Theresa Trotter and Beverly Johnson, both of Connecticut, Rita Simard and Catherine Sommers, both of Vermont, and Harriet Sargent, Kentucky. Hooper Funeral Homes & Crematory, Inverness.
  • MARVELLI, DOLORES RIVERA, 77, of Inverness, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Mariner Health Care Center. Born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, she came here 28 years ago from Brentwood, N.Y. She was an x-ray technician and an office assistant for her husband at A-1 Electric, Inverness. She was a member of Fort Cooper Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Algerio; a son, Louis M., Inverness; a brother, Jose Rivera; three sisters, Maria Christina Santana, Belen Adams, and Maria Isabel Perez; and two grandchildren. Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home with Crematory, Inverness.
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  • HAWE, THOMAS PATRICK SR., 75, of Spring Hill, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Hospice House, Brooksville. Born in Bronx, N.Y., he came here 20 years ago from Staten Island, N.Y. He was a construction worker for Lather Co. and member of the Union Local 46, Statan Island. He was Catholic. Survivors include a son, Thomas Patrick Jr., Spring Hill. Robert & Son Cremation Service, Spring Hill/Brooksville.
  • MORGAN, JOHN "JACK," 83, of Spring Hill, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Spring Hill Regional Hospital. He came here 16 years ago from his native Atlantic City, N.J. He was a retired sales representative for Railway Express, Atlantic City, and member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10209, Spring Hill. Survivors include his wife, Eileen; three sons, John, Manahawkin, N.J., James, Pleasantville, N.J., and Jeffrey, Sharon, Mass.; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Brewer Memorial Funeral Homes and Crematory, Seven Hills.
  • MULQUEEN, JACK, 74, of Brooksville, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Oak Hill Hospital, Spring Hill. Born in Limerick, Ireland, he came here two years ago from Long Island, N.Y. He was a retired priest from the Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y., and recently served at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Spring Hill. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Queens, N.Y. Survivors include several brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. Turner Funeral Homes & Crematory, Spring Hill.
  • POP, HELEN T., 77, of Weeki Wachee, died Monday (June 5, 2000) at Vencor Hospital, Tampa. She was born in East Chicago, Ind., and was a homemaker. She was Catholic. Survivors include two sons, David "Dusty" and Jeff, both of Weeki Wachee. Turner Cremation & Memorial, Spring Hill.
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  • ANDERSON, TAVARES LOTHARIO SR., 52, of Temple Terrace, died Wednesday (May 31, 2000) at St. Joseph's Hospital. Born in Merigold, Miss., he came to the Tampa area in 1954. He was chief operator for Cargill Fertilizer. He was a member of Chemical Workers Union Local Branch 439 and was an Army veteran of Vietnam. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Progress Village. Survivors include a son, Tavares Jr., Tampa; two daughters, Yolanda D. and Yomika D., both of Tampa; stepmother, Ruth, Tampa; six brothers, Clayton Jr., Carl, Dwight, and Reginald, all of Tampa, Preston, Jacksonville, and Kevin, Gainesville; five stepbrothers, Thomas Brown, Largo, and William Ford, Gary Brown, James Brown and Richard Brown, all of Tampa; four sisters, Thelma Singleton and Synorva White, both of Tampa, Marjorie Stephens, Jacksonville, and Lynda Moorer, Phoenix; and four stepsisters, Brenda Welch, Bonnie Carmichael, Sandra Jackson and Loleta Brown, all of Tampa. Wilson's Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • BLEDSOE, O.Z. JR., 77, of Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Delta Health Care Center of Tampa. Born in Winter Gardens, he came here in the 1950s. He was a plumbing inspector for the city of Tampa. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors include three sons, Donald, Tampa, Timothy, Crescent City, and David, Orlando; two daughters, Linda Gayle Wilson and Beverly Altuzarra, both of Tampa; two sisters, Carolyn Hedge, Kansas, and Elizabeth Dandy, Winter Gardens; two brothers, Burie, Winter Gardens, and Hiram, Alabama; and five grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Armenia Chapel, Tampa.
  • BOOSMAN, CARL J. JR., 72, of Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000). Born in Kansas City, he came here in 1985 from Ramsey, N.J. He was a retired director of marketing for Western Union. He was a member of Hillsborough County Master Gardeners Association and was a member of Messiah Lutheran Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Alyce; a son, Thomas, Kansas City; a daughter, Johanna Horstman, Overland Park, Mo.; a sister, Cecilia Otto, Kansas City; mother, Josephine Boosman, Kansas City; and two grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes, Carrollwood Chapel, Tampa.
  • BORGES, JUAN C., 19, Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) in Madison County. Born in Puerto Rico, he came here in 1989. He was a student and was Pentecostal. Survivors include his father, Carlos A. Borges-Cruz, a brother, Carlos A. Borges-Arroyo, and a sister, Ledinetted Borges-Arroyo, all of Puerto Rico. Gonzalez Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • CONA, JOSEPHINE C., 89, of Tampa, died Monday (June 5, 2000) at Beverly Rehab and Health Center. She was born in Tampa and remained a lifelong resident. She was a homemaker and was affiliated with Sons of Italy. She was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Survivors include three daughters, Marie Knight, St. Petersburg, and Thelma Castellano and Lucille Miller, both of Tampa; two sisters, Grace Valenti and Elsie Trafficante, both of Tampa; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Armenia Chapel, Tampa.
  • HODGES, JEANNETTE, 93, of Seffner, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) in Plant City. Born in Brunswick, Ga., she came to the Tampa area in 1938. She was a homemaker and was Baptist. Survivors include two sons, James and Ralph, both of Texas; two daughters, Betty Long, Seffner, and Eleanor Kemp, Brandon; nine grandchildren; and several great- and great-great-grandchildren. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • LOPEZ, ARMANDO AROLAS, 90, of Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home. He was born here and remained a lifelong resident. He was an engineer and a draftsman. He was Catholic. Survivors include four sons, Emilio Armando Lopez, Benjamin Lopez, Fernando Freay and Tony Freay, all of Tampa; three daughters, Patricia Fussell, Isabel Lopez and Ana Freay-Villegas, all of Tampa; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes, Armenia Chapel, Tampa.
  • MOREN, BERNICE H., 84, of Tampa, died Friday (June 2, 2000). Born in Staten Island, N.Y., she came here in 1991 from Okeechobee. She was a secretary and a volunteer at Town and Country hospital in Okeechobee. She was Lutheran. Survivors include two sons, Roy Moren, Odessa, and Roger Moren, Charleston, S.C.; a sister, Carol Olson, Okeechobee; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • PSOINOS, GEORGE N., 76, of Palm Harbor, formerly of Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. Born in Lowell, Mass., he resided in Tampa for 22 years before moving to Palm Harbor 12 years ago. He owned the Waterfront Bar & Grill Restaurant. He was a Navy veteran and was a member of OSS, AMVETS, Highland Lakes Twelve High, Highland Lakes Golf League, Highland Lakes Men's Club, Highland Lakes New England Club and he was a Mason for Egypt Temple Shrine. He was Greek Orthodox. Survivors include his wife, Sophie, Palm Harbor; a son, George Jr., Plant City; two daughters, Barbara Ann Dryden, Diamondhead, Miss., and Gail Freeman, Tampa; a sister, Kay Turner, Palm Harbor; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, West Hillsborough Chapel, Tampa.
  • RANDOLPH, MARY I., 88, of Tampa, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home under the care of LifePath Hospice. Born in Monticello, she came here in 1942. She was a homemaker and was a member of Mt. Tabor M.B. Church. Survivors include three sons, Hyper Ammons, Samuel L., Jacksonville, and Paul E.; two daughters, Annie Mae Blake and Edith Randolph, both of Tampa; three sisters, Hannah Watson, Palmetto, and Marguarite McCall and Gladys Monroe, both of Tampa; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Wilson Funeral Home, Tampa.
  • SANDS, ELLEN G, 72, of Riverview, died Monday (June 5, 2000) at home. Born in Beach Island, S.C., she came here in 1971 from Fort Leavenworth, Kan. She was a real estate secretary and was Protestant. Survivors include her husband, Robert S. Sr.; a son, Robert Jr., Brandon; two daughters, Nancy E. Wallace, Naples, Fla., and Teresa J. Sands, Riverview; a sister, Jeannette G. Eastman, Sebring; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Serenity Meadows Memorial Park and Funeral Home, Riverview.
  • SKORNSCHEK, THOMAS EUGENE, 71, of Brandon, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. He was born here and remained a lifelong resident. He was a steel fabrication civil engineer. He was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. He was a member of IPTAY, a Clemson University alumni group, National Association of Architectural Engineering, Scoutmaster Boy Scouts of America, local National Guard Club and Westminster Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, Scott, Lutz; two stepsons, Charles R. Crosby, Brandon, and Donnie Crosby, Arlington, Texas; a daughter, Sandy Valerio, Tampa; two stepdaughters, Scarlett Fedorko, Brandon, and Sara Schwaller, Seffner; a sister, Marlene Metcalf, Tampa; and 15 grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.
  • THUNE, ELNORA BELLE "JIGGS" DYER, 95, of Lafayette, Ind., died Tuesday (May 23, 2000). Born in Brookston, Ind., she lived in Tampa from 1970 until 1998. She was a secretary for a retail shop. She was a retired payroll clerk for Robertsons Department Store after 25 years of service. She was a member of Temple Terrace Golf & Country Club and Women's Golf Association. She was a graduate of Indiana Business College and was Miss Lafayette in 1925. She was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Temple Terrace. Survivors include two nieces, Sally Alkire and Donna Belle Kruszewski, both of Lafayette; two great-nieces; and a great-nephew. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes, Garden of Memories Chapel, Tampa.
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  • ELLIS, THOMAS E., 74, of Port Richey, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at North Bay Hospital, New Port Richey. Born in Dublin, Ireland, he came here 10 years ago from Hoboken, N.J. He was a machinist for New Jersey Transit and an Army veteran of World War II. He was Catholic. Survivors include a brother, Simon, Glasgow, Scotland; and four sisters, Esther Hanrahan, Toms River, N.J., Rose Mubly, Dublin, Eileen Fitzharris, Rahway, N.J., and Frances Schultz, Port Richey. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
  • FRAGOSO, ROSE, 65, of Hudson, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Community Hospital of New Port Richey. Born in Orange, N.J., she came here 10 years ago from New Jersey. She was a homemaker and member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Alfred; two sons, Joseph, Tampa, and Mathew, New Jersey; a daughter, Maryann Levering, Woodbridge, N.J.; a sister, Ella Signarella, Union, N.J.; and four grandchildren. Prevatt Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hudson/Bayonet Point.
  • FREY, LEONA M., 86, of Port Richey, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, Hudson. Born in Henry, Ill., she came here 12 years ago from Peoria, Ill. She was a grocery store owner and member of St. James Catholic Church. She was a member of the Embassy Hills Civic Association. Survivors include a daughter, Mary Cerrone, Port Richey; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Prevatt Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hudson/Bayonet Point.
  • HARDING, JAMES F., of New Port Richey, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Harborside Health Care Gulf Coast, New Port Richey. Born in Clinton, Iowa, he came here 11 years ago from Milwaukee. He was a retired director of athletics at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee after serving as head basketball coach for many years. He was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. He was an Army veteran of World War II and member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Heritage Lakes Association. Survivors include his wife, Mary C.; and a sister, Dorothy Lee, Wauwatosa, Wis. Trinity Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, New Port Richey.
  • MANN, ISADORE, 84, of Port Richey, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, Hudson. Born in Philadelphia, he came here 26 years ago from Havertown, Pa. He was an automobile mechanic and Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 777, Philadelphia. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a son, Brett, Farmington Hills, Mich.; two daughters, Sandi, Port Richey, and Ingra Foland, Media, Pa.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, New Port Richey.
  • NOVOSAD, EMMA, 87, of New Port Richey, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Windsor Woods Convalescent Center. Born in Chicago, she came here 22 years ago from Westmont, Ill. She was a homemaker. Survivors include five sisters, Lillian Sikyta and Helen Kouba, both of Chicago, Josie Martinec, Brookfield, Ill., Bessie Rodenbeck, Fort Wayne, Ind., and Sylvia Rodenbeck, Highland, Calif. Prevatt Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Hudson/Bayonet Point.
  • NYQUIST, OSCAR EMIL, 92, of Holiday, died Sunday (May 28, 2000) at Integrated Health Services, Tarpon Springs. He came here 26 years ago from his native Chicago. He was a printing pressman for Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing, Illinois. He was Lutheran. He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 1062, Chicago. Survivors include a daughter, Helen Westberg, Holiday; three grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Family Funeral Care, Tarpon Springs.
  • SHIELDS, ETZEL A. SR., 69, of Hudson, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home. He came here 29 years ago from his native Newport, Ky. He retired as owner/operator of Shields Trucking Inc., Hudson, after 28 years of service and was formerly a police officer and owner/operator of Shields and Sons Wrecking Co., Newport. He was a member of First Church of Nazarene, Newport. He was a Kentucky Colonel. Survivors include his wife, Jewel Goins; two sons, Etzel A. Jr. "Butch," Onamia, Minn., and Daniel A. "Danny," Hudson; a daughter, Donna Shields Korman, New Port Richey; two stepsons, Gary Goins, Taylor Mill, Ky., and Dan Goins, Fort Thomas, Ky.; a brother, James, Alexandria, Ky.; and eight grandchildren. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Home, Hudson Avenue Chapel, Hudson.
  • SIMON, NELLIE M., 91, of New Port Richey, formerly of Clearwater, died Monday (June 5, 2000) at White Eagle Assisted Living Facility, Tarpon Springs. Born in Weirton, W.Va., she came here one year ago from Clearwater. She was a telephone operator and lifetime member of Cove Presbyterian Church and charter member of its Myrtle McHendry Women's Sunday School Class and member of the Order of Eastern Star Chapter 147, both of Weierton. She was a member of Northwood Presbyterian Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a daughter, Marian L. Luckett, New Port Richey; 11 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. Holloway Funeral Home, Oldsmar.
  • SPRINGER, IRENE V., 82, of New Port Richey, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Community Hospital of New Port Richey. Born in Beaver Falls, Pa., she came here 15 years ago from Baden, Pa. Survivors include a sister, Beverly Taylor, Beaver Falls; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
  • STRICKLAND, JOHN W., 78, of Port Richey, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. He came here 19 years ago from his native Findlay, Ohio. He was a supervisor for Marathon Oil Co., Findlay, and a member of First United Methodist Church, Hudson. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Timber Oaks Golf Club and the Oaks Club. Survivors include his wife, Ruth L.; a son, Jeffrey J., Houston; a daughter, Julia J. Knefely, Port Richey; a brother, Robert W., Pittsburgh; a sister, Patricia A. Morgan, Parma, Ohio; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, New Port Richey.
  • WEST, REED E., 72, of New Port Richey, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. Born in Birmingham, Mich., he came here 11 years ago from Kansas City, Mo. He was an accountant for Amoco for 32 years and a member of Unity Church, Port Richey. He was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of the Richey Suncoast Theater, Amoco Suncoast Alumni Club, and the Magnolia Valley Country Club. Survivors include his wife, Doris; a son, Mark, Lansing, Mich.; a daughter, Gayle, Jackson, Mich.; a stepson, William Simanek, Denver; two stepdaughters, Julia Botos, Cummings, Ga., and Carole Bieubein, Gibralter, Mich.; and a sister, Mary Ellen Good, Fairfield Glade, Tenn. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
  • WOZNICK, MILDRED E., 82, of New Port Richey, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Harborside Healthcare-Gulf Coast. Born in Gardiner, N.Y., she came here 12 years ago from Atlanta. Survivors include two sons, Albert, Atlanta, and George, Middletown, N.Y.; a daughter, Helen Brown, New Port Richey; two brothers, Lester and Leonard Pitt both of Walden, N.Y.; three sisters, Lillian Bowman, Pine Bush, N.Y., Blanche Richburg, Walden, and Doris Ford, Hampton, Va.; nine grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Home, Congress Street Chapel, New Port Richey.
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    Clearwater

    • BOISSY, JOHN, 74, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Highland Pines Nursing Manor, Clearwater. He was born in Woonsocket, R.I., and came here in 1997 from Salisbury, Md., where he retired as a parole monitor for the state of Maryland. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and also served in the Coast Guard. Survivors include five sons, Jay and Lee Tassillo, Largo, John Christopher and Mark Boissy, both of St. Petersburg, and Matthew Boissy, Pinellas Park; two daughters, Mary Nieves, Clearwater, and Michele Dehmer, Gulfport; a stepson, Clay Eichelberger, Brea, Calif.; a brother, Robert, Carlsbad, Calif.; two sisters, Polly Branch, Miami, and Lucille Boissy of Texas; 16 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Gulf Breeze Cremation & Burial Society, Largo.
    • BOONE, LUCILLE, 77, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. She came here in 1972 from her native Lexington, Ky. She worked as an accountant for a building supply company and was a member of Boone's Creek Baptist Church, Athens, Ky. Survivors include her husband, Orville C. Jr.; a daughter, Deborah Reynolds, Tarpon Springs; a son, Lewis, Lexington, Ky.; a sister, Oakley Clark, Paris, Ky.; and four grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • BRIDGES, ROY E., 78, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. He was born in Cameron, W.Va., and came here in 1977 from Terre Haute, Ind. He was a retired sales representative for an oil company and a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, Jeanne; two sons, Roy G., Indianapolis, and Dennis E., Copperas Cove, Texas; a daughter, Emily Bridges, Indianapolis; three sisters, Patty Gray, Wind Ridge, Pa., and Ellen Richmond and Mona Sue Hewitt, both of Cameron; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • DONNELLY, BETTY PEACOCK, 73, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Clearwater and was a lifetime resident of the area. She graduated in 1944 from Clearwater High School and was a Realtor for 22 years. She was a member of Morton Plant Hospital Auxiliary, a past president and board member of the YWCA, and past president of the Hillcrest Garden Club, all in Clearwater. Survivors include her husband, Hugh J.; three daughters, Susan Donnelly, Clearwater, Susan Schaeperklaus, St. Petersburg, and Jan Etheridge, Gatlinburg, Tenn.; a son, John E., Marietta, Ga.; a sister, Frances L. Furgason, Bradenton; 13 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.
    • DUNN, WILLIAM V., 85, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg. He was born in Newark, N.J., and came here in 1974 from Paramus, N.J., where he was assistant superintendent of schools for 38 years with the Paramus School District. He was a member of Light of Christ Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include five sons, Thomas W., Mahwah, N.J., Robert J., Baltimore, Lawrence H., Paramus, Andrew P., Hillsdale, N.J., and Michael J., Oradell, N.J.; two sisters, Rose Donohoe, Clearwater, and Vera Otte, Wichita, Kan.; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Largo.
    • FANTER, PHYLLIS, 71, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Glen Oaks Health Care Center, Clearwater. She came here several years ago from her native Richmond, Ind. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two daughters, Patricia Griffin, Largo, and Teresa Kyle, Youngstown, Ohio; a son, Michael McKinney, Sanford; a brother, Cecil Revalee, Centerville, Ind.; four sisters, Lois Revalee, Hazel Crockett and Joan Lawrence, all of Richmond, Ind., and Kathleen Meek, Middletown, Ohio; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Gulf Breeze Cremation & Burial Society, Largo.
    • FOGG, K. DOLORES, 87, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Drew Village Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Clearwater. She was born in Rockland, Maine, and came here in 1972 from Wilmington, Del. She was a homemaker and a member of Skycrest United Methodist Church of Clearwater. Survivors include a son, Richard, St. Petersburg; a daughter, Judith Ann Nagy of Louisiana; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.
    • HEMBREE, GRACE, 58, of Clearwater, formerly of Dunedin died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. She came to Dunedin in 1945 from her native Monroe, Ga., moved in 1955 to Plainfield, N.J., and came to Clearwater in 1995 from there. She worked as a presser for G.O. Kellers, Plainfield. She was a member of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, Dunedin. Survivors include two daughters, Sylvia White and Darlene Lewis, both of Clearwater; four sons, Leon Cowart, Clearwater, Vince Parks, James Cooper Jr., both of Plainfield, and Gary Cooper, Elizabeth, N.J.; her mother, Florine Parks, Clearwater; her father, Roley Parks Sr., Tarpon Springs; two brothers, Roley Parks Jr. and Matthew Parks, and five sisters, Katie and Nancy Cowart, Lucille Brown, Patricia Clark and Leedrilla Jenkins, all of Clearwater; and 12 grandchildren. Young's Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • KITANIK, STEVE, 73, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Drew Village Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Clearwater. He came here several years ago from his native Oakfield, N.Y., where he worked as a carpenter. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include a daughter, Catherine J. Starkweather, Oakfield. Holloway Funeral Home, Oldsmar.
    • LOUGHRIDGE, KATHLEEN HUGHES, 84, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She came here in 1919 from her native Greenwood, S.C. She was an equestrian and led the Festival of Estates Parade in the early days of the event in St. Petersburg. During the 1940s, she was president of the North Ward Elementary School PTA and chairman of the annual Halloween Carnival. She was a past president of Rotary Anns, a member of the former Junior Service League, now called the Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin, and a member of Belleair Garden Club. She was a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs. Survivors include her husband, Glenn E.; a daughter, Ann Loughridge Kerr, Clearwater and Tampa, and a son, Thomas Earl, Clearwater; and three grandchildren, Glenn Allen and Paul David Loughridge, both of Clearwater, and Cristiana Ann Loughridge, Wichita, Kan. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.
    • NUZZOLO, EDWARD ALBERT, 77, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Boston and came here in 1998 from Medford, Mass. He was retired and an Army veteran of World War II. He was Episcopalian, and a member of the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans, and Motion Picture Operators Union Local 182, Boston. Survivors include a sister, Alice Rose Pass, Randolph, Mass.; three brothers, Robert, Clearwater, Charles, Beverly Hills, and Frank, Fair Haven, Vt. Abbey Parklawn Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • REGISTER, NANCY GASTON, 78, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Reidville, S.C. She was a teacher and taught in Greenville, S.C., and Winston-Salem, N.C. She graduated from Montreat College, Black Mountain, N.C., and Queens College, Charlotte, N.C., where she was a vice president of Phi Mu Sorority. She was a member of Carlouel Yacht CLub, local art centers and, historical societies and other volunteer and civic groups, the YWCA and the French Huguenot Society. Survivors include a son, Tilden; a daughter, Nancy Jane Register; a brother, David Gaston; and three sisters, twins Mary Thornburg and Martha Blizzard, and Louise Rankin; and six grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.
    • ZIPETO, THEODORE "TED," 65, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Morton Plant Rehabilitation Center, Clearwater. He came here in 1977 from his native Syracuse, N.Y., and retired recently after 45 years as a trainer for the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was Catholic. Survivors include a son, Mark; a sister, Joann Capani, Syracuse; and a brother, Victor of Mississippi. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.

    Dunedin

    • FREUNSCHT, CHARLES O., 78, of Canton, N.C., formerly of Dunedin, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at the VA Hospital in Asheville, N.C. He was born in Huntington, N.Y., came to Dunedin in 1975 from Chittenango, N.Y., and in 1993 he retired to North Carolina. He was a carpenter. He was a member of the American Legion and a past exalted ruler of the Elks. Survivors include a daughter, Mary Lou Button, Canton; a sister, Sue Arre, Macungie, Pa.; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Asheville Mortuary Services, Asheville, N.C.

    Largo

    • JENNIS, EDWARD J., 75, of Largo, formerly of Bradenton, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Largo Medical Center. He came to Bradenton in 1963 from his native Philadelphia and moved in 1998 to Largo. He retired after 20 years as a deliveryman for Pet Milk and was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife of 24 years, Betty Tonkin; two sons, Larry and Michael, both of Bradenton; two daughters, Kathleen Benison, Bradenton, and Stephanie McGroathy, Lansdale, Pa.; a stepdaughter, Jenny Tonkin Morel, Redington Beach; two stepsons, Jan Tonkin, Seminole, and Chuck Tonkin, Knoxville, Tenn.; a sister, Helen Jennis, Lansdale; two grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.
    • NOWAK, JULIAN S., 58, of Largo, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at St. Petersburg General Hospital. He was born in Detroit and came here in 1981 from Dearborn Heights, Mich. He graduated in 1959 with a master's degree in forensic engineering from Lawrence Technical University. He owned and operated Artis International, Largo. He was Catholic, He was a volunteer for Hospice of the Florida Suncoast, SPCA Volunteer of the Year 1999 and co-chairman of the Disaster Team for SPCA. He was a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, the Business Cooperative Education Program, and a certified professional engineer in Michigan and Florida. Survivors include his wife, Judy; a son, Kevin M., and a daughter, Theresa L. Nowak, both of Largo; five brothers, Thadeus, Michael, Joseph, William and Steven, all of Michigan; four sisters, Michelle Moore, Washington, Kathleen Nowak, Mary Thomson and Lenore McCombs, all of Michigan; and a granddaughter, Savannah Nowak, Largo. Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Seminole.
    • ORR, JEAN, 95, of Largo, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Sabal Palms Health Care Center, Largo. She was born in Scotland and came here in 1994 from Basking Ridge, N.J., where she worked as an assistant manager for an apartment building. Survivors include a niece, Jean Shields, Seminole; a granddaughter, Andrea Cavllaro, Basking Ridge; and four great-grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home & Crematory, Seminole.
    • SIMMONS, EMAJANE, 97, of Largo, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Integrated Health Services of Clearwater. She was born in Philadelphia and came here in 1952 from Akron, Ohio. She was a founding member of Calvary Episcopal Church, Indian Rocks Beach. Survivors include a sister, Grace Welton, Largo; a daughter-in-law, Alma Nease, Clearwater; three grandchildren, William M. Nease, Orlando, David S. Nease, Largo, and Mary Ann Nease, Clearwater; and two great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.
    • WERNECKE, HAROLD W., 81, of Largo, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Hospice House Woodside, Pinellas Park. He was born in Newton, Wis., and came here in 1983 from Brookfield, Wis. He was a CPA and owned and operated Harold W. Wernecke CPA for 27 years in Milwaukee. He was an Army veteran of World War II and received a Purple Heart. He was a member of Oakhurst United Methodist Church and Elks Lodge 2519, both of Seminole, Largo Senior Golf Club, former treasurer of both Whiskey Creek Country Club and Habitat for Humanity in Fort Myers and former assistant treasurer at Cypress Lake United Methodist Church of Fort Myers. Survivors include his wife, Marion; a daughter, Cheryl L. McFerran, Largo; a son, David H., Baraboo, Wis.; and two grandchildren, Dawn Humphreys, Clearwater, and William Houser, Lakeland; and two great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Largo.

    Palm Harbor

    • ARNS, ARTHUR F., 92, of Palm Harbor, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Mease Countryside Hospital, Safety Harbor. He came here in 1961 from his native Cincinnati, where he retired as an officer with the Internal Revenue Service. He was Presbyterian and a member of the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include a cousin, F.H. Yerkes, Palm Harbor. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.
    • FELTEN, SCOTT BRADLEY, 44, of Palm Harbor, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. He was born in Arlington, Va., and came here 1976 from Vienna, Va. He was a construction worker. He was Methodist and a member of the Commodore Yacht Club. Survivors include his mother, Nancy N., and a sister, Debbie Felten Livesay, a niece, Danielle L., and two nephews, Joshua T. Felten and Tyler S. Livesay, all of Palm Harbor;. Abbey Parklawn Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • LYDOLPH, HILDA M., 86, of Palm Harbor, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Palm Garden of Clearwater nursing home. She was born in Elderville, Ill., and came here in 1972 from Jonesboro, Ga. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church, Clearwater, and a 50-year member of the OES in Farmington, Iowa. Survivors include three daughters, Griselda E. Ignowski, Palm Harbor, Sheryl J. Collins, Newport News, Va., and Judy A. Kerns, Monroe, N.C.; 13 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • PSOINOS, GEORGE N., 76, of Palm Harbor, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa. He came to Tampa in 1966 from his native Lowell, Mass., and in 1988, he moved to Palm Harbor. He owned and operated the Waterfront Bar & Restaurant and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was Greek Orthodox, and a member of the Masonic Lodge, Egypt Shrine Temple of Tampa, the Navy OSS Amvets, and Highland Lakes Golf League, Men's Club and New England Club, all of Palm Harbor. Survivors include his wife, Sophie; a son, George N. Jr., Plant City; two daughters, Gail L. Freeman, Tampa, and Barbara Ann Dryden, Diamondhead, Miss.; a sister, Kay Turner, Palm Harbor; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, West Hillsborough Chapel Chapel, Tampa.
    • SOLOMON, BERTHA, 89, of Rochester, N.Y., formerly of Palm Harbor, died Monday (May 15, 2000) in Rochester. She was born in Syracuse, N.Y., came here in 1994 from Tamarac and recently moved to Rochester. Survivors include two daughters, Audrey Ragona, Oldsmar, and Zelda Bondi, Rochester; a son, Melvin LaForce, Davenport, Iowa; a stepdaughter, Deanna Cascante, Pembroke Pines; two sisters, Sylvia Miller, Palm Springs, Calif., and Gertrude Murray Schultz, Plainview, N.Y.; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Parsky Funeral Home, Rochester, N.Y.

    Safety Harbor

    • MALEK, JANE, 91, of Safety Harbor, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. She was born in Chicago and came here in 1988 from Wauconda, Ill. She retired as a clothing designer and seamstress in Chicago. She was a member of Espiritu Santo Catholic Church, Safety Harbor. Survivors include a son, Edward A.; a sister, Helen Wisniewski, New Buffalo, Mich.; four grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Dunedin Chapel.

    Seminole

    • BENSON, LAURA E., 93, of Seminole, died Friday, (June 2, 2000) in Clearwater under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She was born in Aurora, Ill., and moved here in 1966 from Milwaukee. She was a homemaker and member of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Seminole. Survivors include two daughters, Marilyn Wolf of Clearwater and Jeanette Knight, Bradenton; four grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home and Cremation Service.
    • CLAGUE, DONALD F., 72, of Seminole, died Wednesday (May 31, 2000) at Palm Garden of Largo nursing home. He was born in Binghamton, N.Y., and came here in 1957 from Utica, N.Y. He worked as a supervisor for General Electric and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church of Seminole. Survivors include two sons, Dale S., Seminole, and Dan S., Fort Mohave, Ariz.; a daughter, Donna Hamric, Seminole; his mother, Dorothy Clague, Binghamton; a brother, Herbert, Susquehanna, Pa.; and 13 grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Memorial Park Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • COLELLI, CELESTE, 77, of Syracuse, N.Y., formerly of Seminole, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at University Hospital, Syracuse. She came here in 1972 from her native Syracuse and returned there in 1999. She worked as a bookkeeper for Floyd Petosa, and was a member of St. Justin Martyr Catholic Church, Largo, and Seminole Tides Country Club. Survivors include two daughters, Rosemary Bajish, Solvay, N.Y., and Joan Spallone, Norwich, N.Y.; a son, Edward, Solvay; a brother, Daniel Di Pasquale, Liverpool, N.Y.; seven grandchildren; and a great- grandchild. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home.
    • WILSON, H. LLOYD, 61, of Seminole, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at home. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came here in 1991 from Mastic, N.Y., where he worked as a tugboat crew member for 13 years and a tugboat dispatcher for four years. He was Episcopalian and an associate member of Augustus Ruser Jr. American Legion Post 273, Madeira Beach. Survivors include his wife of 17 years, Linda; a son, John Buschmann, Largo; a daughter, Debra Davidson, Holtsville, N.Y.; a brother, Ronald of Pennsylvania; and 12 grandchildren. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home.

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    Pinellas Park

    • LEONARD NORMA S., 96, of Pinellas Park, died Wednesday (May 31, 2000) at Integrated Health Services of Pinellas Park. Born in Cicero, Ill., she came here in 1957 from Chicago. She was a secretary for Tampa Bay Review and was a member of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Pinellas Park. Survivors include a granddaughter, Norma Mae Fobian, Pinellas Park; and several nieces and nephews. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Memorial Park Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • WARDLE, PETER R., 77, of Pinellas Park, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. Born in Manchester, England, he came here in 1978 from Huntington Station, N.Y. He retired as a sergeant from the New York City Police Department. He was a firearms instructor at the New York City Police Academy and was a member of the department's pistol team, winning many trophies and medals in competitive pistol shooting. He was instrumental in developing a combat-training course for police officers. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the Southwest Pacific, the Philippines and New Guinea. He was awarded the American Theatre of Operations medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre of Operations medal, the Philippines Liberation medal, a presidential unit citation and three battle stars. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Pinellas Park, the Sergeants Benevolent Association and the Honor Legion of the New York City Police Department, AMVETS Lodge 7467, American Legion Post 104, Elks Lodge 2217, New York 10-13 Association and Superior Officers Association. He owned two U.S. patents, six U.S. copyrights for songs he had written and one U.S. trademark. Survivors include his wife, Pearle; a son, Peter, Ronkonkoma, N.Y.; and several nieces and nephews. Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Pinellas Park.

    St. Petersburg

    • AUDIA ROSE MARIE, 74, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Bayfront Medical Center. Born in Waterbury, Conn., she came here in 1975 from Winsted, Conn. Survivors include her husband of 49 years, Frank A.; two sons, Michael and James, and two daughters, Joan Causey and Mary Katherine Beyer, all of St. Petersburg; a stepson, Philip Cataldo, Canton, Ga.; five sisters; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, Memorial Park Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • BELL, DOROTHY ELIZABETH, 79, of Bayonet Point, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. Born in Port Chester, N.Y., she moved to Bayonet Point 28 years ago from St. Petersburg, and was a registered nurse for Community Hospital, New Port Richey. Survivors include her husband, Douglas; three sons, Douglas Jr. and Michael, both of St. Petersburg, and Kevin, Bayonet Point; a daughter, Karen Bell, Bayonet Point; a sister, Betty Jane Merchant, Allendale, N.J.; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Faupel Funeral Home, Port Richey.
    • BUDRIKIS, CECELIA, 90, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at home. She was born in Lithuania and came here in 1985 from Chicago. She was a homemaker. She was a member of St. Casimir's Mission at Holy Name Catholic Church, Gulfport, and the St. Petersburg Lithuanian Club. Survivors include her husband, Jonas; two sisters, Ona Kirvitis, Chicago, and Vonda Lesnier, British Columbia. David C. Gross Funeral Homes and Crematory, Central Avenue Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • CHURCH, MARIE DRAYTON "REE," of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at Bay Pointe Nursing Pavilion. A St. Petersburg native, she was a 1950 graduate of Gibbs High School. She retired after 35 years as a secretary at Bayfront Medical Center. She was a member of Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church where she served on Usher Board 2. Survivors include her husband, George; a daughter, LaFai Brown, a son, Juan, three sisters, Emma Drayton Ward, Mary Drayton Stephens and Frances Parham, and two brothers, Richard Drayton Sr. and Sam Parham, all of St. Petersburg; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
    • CONWAY, THOMAS M., 50, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 4, 2000) at Hospice House Woodside, Pinellas Park. He came here in 1984 from his native Chicago. He was an operating engineer in the construction industry in Chicago and a counselor for Operation PAR, St. Petersburg, and Charter Behavioral Health Systems, Bradenton. He was a martial arts student and instructor and a longtime member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Survivors include his father, John F., St. Petersburg; and a brother, John P., Chicago. International Mortuary Services, Pinellas Park.
    • DUEZ, ALICE, 91, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Beverly Health Care, Lakeland. Born in Toledo, Ohio, she came here in 1973 from Ohio. She was a cafeteria supervisor and a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church. Survivors include a nephew, James Eggert, Lakeland; two nieces, Linda Eggert, Lakeland, and Susan Marshall, Alton, Ill.; two great-nephews and a great-niece. Royal Palm North Funeral Chapel and Cemetery, St. Petersburg.
    • HAMILTON, SELMA T., 78, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at Hospice House Woodside, Pinellas Park. Born in Binghamton, N.Y., she came here in 1939 from Oswego, N.Y. She retired after 30 years as executive vice president for the St. Petersburg Board of Realtors. She worked for several years as traffic manager for WTSP-TV Channel 10 and as a welder at Tampa shipyard during World War II. She was a treasurer of the Women's Advertising Club and a member of Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Dianne Hamilton Kennedy and Ardis Kelley, both of St. Petersburg; and a granddaughter, Darleen L. Hollis, San Francisco. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home & Crematory, 49th Street N Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • KENNEY, HARRY J., 80, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (May 24, 2000) at home. Born in New York City, he came here 30 years ago. He was an Air Force veteran. Survivors include a son, Harry T., California; a daughter, Michael, Tampa; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Abbey Parklawn Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.
    • LOHDE, JOHN LEE SR., 71, of Lady Lake, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 3, 2000) at home. Born in Knoxville, Tenn., he came to this area in 1962 from Rockwood, Mich., and moved to Lady Lake in 1994. He was a former detective for the St. Petersburg Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. In the 1980s, he was a chairman of the Florida Intelligence Unit, an association of police departments, sheriffs departments and state attorneys offices. He was a former secretary of the Fraternal Order of Police. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Marilyn M.; a son, John Lee Jr., Macon, Ga.; two daughters, Sharon Lynn Augusta, Port Richey, and Denise M. Richter, Tampa; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home & Crematory, 49th Street N Chapel, St. Petersburg.
    • RUSSEAU, CYRIL E., 46, of St. Petersburg, died Wednesday (May 31, 2000) at home. He came here 18 years ago from his native Ypsilanti, Mich. He was a nurse's aide and an avid musician. Survivors include his father, Cyril A., Monroe, Mich.; his mother, Frances, and a sister, Linda Dillon, Ypsilanti; and a brother, Larry Wolverton, Hillsboro, Ore. Abbey Affordable Cremation and Funeral Service, Largo.
    • SLEVIN, DONALD JOSEPH, 48, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 2, 2000) at home. He came here in 1979 from his native Bronx, N.Y. He retired as a mechanic after 20 years with Montgomery Roofing Co. He was a member of St. Raphael's Catholic Church. Survivors include two daughters, Jessica Slevin, Clearwater, and Stephanie Micochero, Jacksonville; a son, Daniel J., his mother, Margaret M. Slevin, and three brothers, Thomas F., Robert N., and Francis S., all of St. Petersburg; a grandson; and several nieces and nephews. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.
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