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Maternal grandparents, Dewanna (Lynn) & Dewayne Miller; Aunt/Uncle Anthony & Brittany Miller, and Kris Miller; Cousins Wyatt Linton, and Landon & DallasThose left behind to cherish the many memories of Tristan are his mom and bonus dad, Dana and Randy Ramming; siblings Coty and Heather Ramming, Brittany and Austin Peshel, Jakub Vaughn, Broty Ramming, and Peyton Manning; nieces Paizlea and Lyndee Mae Peshel.
Grandparents Bud & Linda Ramming and Brenda & Charles Morrow; Aunt & Uncle MaLinda & Brian Carr; Cousins Hailey and Anthony Rohn, Casey Farrow, and Kyle & Danielle Carr
Tristan’s signature greeting to show his love for his family was a big hug when he saw you or an “I Love You” when he left. Whether he was playing cars, Legos, horses with his nieces and little cousins, laying in the floor letting them climb all over him or wrestling with the others, he was truly a gentle giant. It wasn’t just his family he loved, Tristan enjoyed chauffeuring his friends while trying to keep them “in line” and had a smile or a kind word for everyone. To know Tristan was to Love him.Tristan was a Junior at Lindsay High School; his favorite sport was basketball. He was proud to be a Leopard football player, active on the academic team, the choir, on student council, and a member of National Honor Society. In the past year, Tristan accepted Jesus into his heart and found a new outlook for the life he wanted for himself. He started the push towards his goals with power lifting, re-joined the football team and recently, despite his fear of needles, decided to work on getting his Blood Donor Honor Cord. Tristan is a huge inspiration to us all and will be greatly missed.Tristan Don Manning’s parents, Donald Eric Manning and Dana (Miller) Ramming were blessed with his arrival on October 21, 2004, in Norman Oklahoma. All his family and friends are grieving his sudden passing in Oklahoma City, OK on Sunday, October 9, 2022, just days short of his 18 birthday.
Lillian Elsie (Lockhart) Tetley, 81, passed away on January 28, 2023 at the Melech Hospice House in Temple Terrace, FL, after a long illness of Dementia.
Barbara is survived by her children; Stephen Madonna, Ph.D., Gloria Madonna, Shirley (Thomas) Buchholz, Anthony Madonna, Lori (Robert) Bynum; 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; and sister, Dorothy Rivera. She was preceded in death by her parents, Elias and Dorothy Haut; brother, Robert Haut; sister, Ruth Haut, D.C. While on active duty he served in multiple career fields and locations both domestic and foreign. Moving from enlisted to officer status, his jobs ranged from computer programmer to Combat Crew Commander for Minuteman Missiles, culminating in what he felt was his best job, Commander of a squadron. Throughout his career, he felt his most important task was mentoring young officers and enlisted personnel by teaching them to always do the right thing rather than the easy one, a tenet that he lived every day. She is survived by son, Joseph LaRocca and wife Samantha; 2 daughters, Colette Medina and husband Lee and Christine Roche and husband Kevin; sister Martha Arias; 2 brothers Vincent Cioffi and wife Marietta, and Joseph Cioffi and wife Marcella; and 11 grandchildren, Joseph Gallardo and fiancé Alexis Coklyat, Travis Bennett, Alliyah and Ian Roche, Juliana Medina, Gabriella, Ashton and Ariana LaRocca, Justin and Brandon Medina and Mikayla LaRocca; and 1 greatgrandchild, Silas.Pardo, Erlinda A., born on 12/24/1936 passed away on April 30, 2022. She was the mother of two children who reside in Hillsborough County Francine V. Arrington and Terri Lee Theryoung.Kathy was born on November 25, 1948 in Tampa Fl. She was predeceased by her only husband Robert “Bobby” Price, her parents Louis and Idell Gentry, sister Patsy Gentry, brother Danny Gentry and sister Jean Fields. Kathy is survived by her two children son Robert L. Price II, daughter Jody Cannon and son-in law Ron Cannon, her four grandchildren Jericho “Willy”, Cortney “Mo” (Ethan Harllee), Dean “Zeke”, Emma “Little Jo” and two great grandchildren Sundae “Lobo” and Ezekiel “Zeke”. Two brothers Dewayne Gentry and Gary and Viola Gentry and her sister-in law Shirley Keener, many nieces, nephews, family, friends and neighbors.You will be missed dearly but never forgotten. Thank you for touching our hearts and sharing yours with all of us. In Honor of Your Wishes, here is A Sun Set on Lake Istokpoga by your friend George Dellinger. May You Rest in Peace.
In 2004 Jean started a non-profit called St Jude Helping Hand Foundation to feed & clothe the homeless in Tampa Bay. She continued until she retired in 2016.
Barbara was married to the love of her life, James (Fez) Fesler on December 17, 1955 in Warner Robbins, Georgia. Barbara spent most of her adult years living in Florida, although her first 3 children were born in Washington D.C.Audrey loved nature and animals and was a caretaker to many creatures, from cats and dogs, to ferrets and parrots. She was so determined in her duty and loyalty to her animal companions, that she continued caring for her husband’s bird, an ornery cherry-headed conure named Jake, for more than 20 years after his death. When Jake the parrot died of old age, January 31 of this year, Audrey buried him herself, in her garden. With her children and grandchildren already grown and thriving, perhaps caring for Jake was considered a final job well done, because she followed him two months later to the day.
He had a long career as a materials engineer spanning from the 1960’s at NASA to nuclear reactor engineering for submarines in Connecticut, and finally back to NASA for the latter part of his career. He enjoyed his work and co-workers making many contributions in his efforts. John is survived by his wife of 38 years, Sharon Spindler, his children Theresa Spindler, Scott (Kim) Wohlfeil, Brian Wohlfeil, Briana (Jason) Rutkiewicz, Lisa (Jason) Seelhoff, his 8 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. helped people out and had a big heart. She will be missed and was loved by many Joseph Graves along with Nathaniel Price, Jessica Graves of Syracuse her children Ashley,Wanda was preceded in death by Robert Wesley Bass (father), Jessie Lennie Greek (mother), Robert Jessie Bass (brother), and Shirley Jean Smith (sister).
John was born on October 20, 1937 to Olga and Peter in Zakynthos, Greece. He emigrated to Montreal, Quebec, Canada at the age of 15. At 22 years of age, John began corresponding with Maria from Zakynthos. After one year, Maria travelled 11 days on the Queen Frederica to meet John in Halifax, Nova Scotia. After 40 days, they married on July 17, 1962.
Mrs. Lenora Rose Fernald, affectionately known by family and friends as Lee, age 59, of Brandon FL, passed away at 10;48PM, on July 26, 2021, at her sister’s home.Pearlena Esmin Johnson, a cherished mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away on May 11, 2023, at the age of 83. Her departure leaves a void in the lives of those who knew her, but her memory will forever be a beacon of love and inspiration.
A celebration of life service will be held at 2pm Friday November 19, 2021 at Brandon Cremation and Funeral Services; 621 N Parsons Ave, Brandon FL, 33510, the family will receiving friends from 2-5 pm. As an expression of sympathy, flowers are welcome. Memorial contributions are greatly appreciated and can be made through Rita.
Jim was very much loved and will not be forgotten. On December 11th 2021 service will be held at Brandon Cremation and Funeral Home. 621 N. Parsons Ave Brandon Fl. A celebration of his life will be from 12 to 1pm and a gathering and fellowship and hour prior 11 to 12.
Pam’s personality was one of a kind, anything but ordinary. Her contagious laugh, outspoken nature and passion for helping those in need are the things that everyone will remember her for.In lieu of flowers, we have set up a “gofundme”. All proceeds after cremation and similar bills will be donated to Sam’s college in his honor as a scholarship to help someone else with Sam’s passion for cars achieve their dreams. Alternatively, The Marines were always another passion of his from the time he was old enough to know what they stood for. A donation to a Veterans charity of your choice in his honor would be just as appreciated.
Karen Sue Skaggs (Krach) of Sun City, Florida, passed away at the age of 77 on October 11, 2021. She was preceded in death by her father Michael P. Krach, Sr, her mother Elizabeth J. Krach (Weaver), her brothers Michael P. Krach, Jr. and Donald G. Krach.
Miguel Angel Melendez affectionately known to most as Chico went to be with the Lord on February 4, 2023. Chico was born on January 2, 1953 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico before relocating to Florida with his family. After High school Chico enlisted in the United States Marines and returned to Florida after his enlistment.
Bill Honea, 78, passed away peacefully on April 6 after a courageous battle with cancer. He is survived by his beloved wife of 36 years, Susan Wellner; his sons, Brian (Klancee), Kevin (Roseann), William; his grandchildren, Michael, Jenna Rose, Justin; and his brother, John Frederick. He was preceded in death by his parents, Morris and Dorothy (Hedgcock), and his son, Christopher.
When their identical twin daughters, Shary and Dyan, were three, Bonnie and John made the bold decision to leave Pennsylvania and move to Florida. Such a change might have frightened many, but not extroverted, adventuresome Bonnie.“LaShon” leaves to cherish her love and precious memories; husband, Carl B. Jones; son, Terrance (Nora) Pierce; daughter, Arleathia “Lisa” Pierce; daughter of the heart, Ashley Perdue, three grandchildren, Jalynn McPhaul, Julian Perdue and Jeremy Perdue; two sisters, Barbara Wright and Benita Fears; brother Jimmy N. Carmichael Sr.; Best friend/sister, Debbie McIntyre. A host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who are too many to name as she was loved tremendously by all.Luz Celenia DeJesus Bentley, age 78, of Brandon, Florida went to be with her Lord December 25, 2021, after a long hard-fought battle with heart disease. Although she did suffer with a bad heart, it did not define her. Luz was a woman of faith that no matter what was going on she was speaking to her Lord. She was an example to her children, Ricardo 61, Barbara 60, Michael 57, and Laura 56, and her seven grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren, family, and friends. To those who knew Luz, we hope you will remember her as she was before her heart slowed her down. Mercedes Martinez Montanez Rivera was born on October 4, 1932, to Maria Montaňez and Marcelo Rivera in Gurabo, Puerto Rico. Gurabo is also known as “La Ciudad de las Escaleras”, or the “City of Stairs”. She had (4) four siblings: Emilio, Gina, Moncha, and Carmen Rivera. She attended Luis Munoz Rivera Elementary School and Matias Gonzalez Garcia Secondary. Ernesto was born in 1951 when she met her first husband Jose Luis Diaz. By trade Eva was a bookkeeper. She worked diligently for an aircraft parts company for over 30 years. Throughout her life she found many ways to give back to her community. One of those ways that was very important to her was the ten plus years she spent volunteering as a labor coach to young girls who did not have any familial support during their pregnancy. After retiring, Eva and Frank moved to Tampa to live near their grandchildren. They enjoyed being able to spend lots of quality time with them with them and teach them about their Hungarian heritage. She had a special way of making people feel warmly welcome and comfortable around her and will be deeply missed by many.There will be a visitation on Sunday, June 11 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Brandon Cremation & Funeral Services, 106 Rolling Hills Blvd., Valrico, FL 33594. There will be a funeral mass at 10:30 AM at Resurrection Catholic Church, 6819 Krycul Ave., Riverview, FL 33578 with interment at 1:00 PM at Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery, 11005 US Hwy. 301, Thonotosassa, FL33592.
“Carlos loved the Lord, Hotwheels and Dr. Pepper. He never met a stranger, and was a light to everyone in his family, community and congregation. Carlos is survived by wife of 32 years, Janice; his children, Arianna and Riley; Cesley; and grandchild, Harrison. Carlos was preceded in death by his mother, Deloris Miller. A Celebration of Life will be held in his honor Saturday, September 25 at Bay Area Church of Christ, 3905 Orange St Seffner FL 33584. Opening remarks and lunch begin at 12:00PM; open house until 3:00PM. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribute to Christian Family Services in Gainesville, FL. “
Helen loved ALL things chocolate, her coffee and Coca-Cola, the smell of real leather, and rolls on the fat legs of babies. Known for her ability to accessorize, her favorite color was her signature fuchsia “hot pink” and she was always dressed with style; never caught without her heels and bling. Her flare for anything that sparkled was her trade-mark and everyone knew the contrast of her bright lipstick against her black raven hair. Helen was loved deeply by a multitude of friends, family, and all who knew her; all recounting stories of hysterical laughter and quick-witted, soul-saving humor. There was never a time when Helen was out in her community where she wasn’t recognized, hugged, or engaged in conversation. Even after Wendel’s passing, Helen continued to ensure that every child she encountered was fed and sheltered, making her home the center-point of her neighborhood.Gary Lamar Ricketts, aged 76, departed this life on October 25, 2022 in Seffner, Florida. He was preceded in death by his parents, Vernon Charles Ricketts, Sr. and Catherine Leola (Hill) Ricketts; his brothers Vernon Charles Ricketts, Jr., Lawrence Eugene Ricketts, Allan K. Ricketts, Sr., and his sister Karen Janet (Ricketts) Bellotte. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Jean Loving Ricketts; his daughters Angela Lynn Cline (Bill), Krista Leigh Henderson (David), Wendy Laine Maxwell (Scott), Tiffany Laing Brush (Joel); his grandchildren Bryce Wesley Cline (Keri), Austin Toliver Cline, Cailey Cline Kerley (Andrew), Ashley Victoria Cline, Hannah Nicole Thomley ( Jason), Tyler David Henderson, Lindsay Grace Henderson, Brett Anthony Maxwell, Jake Andrew Maxwell (Tiffany), Lily Lucille Brush, Aaron Joseph Brush, and Benjamin Gallant Brush; his brother Norman Leslie Ricketts (Ann); as well as two great-grandchildren. Louis “David” Fushanis, 59 years old, went to be with the Lord on December 27th. David was a man who loved his motorcycles and often said ” Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!”. David had a heart and he always tried to help others as best as he could. He stated many times that he did not want to see his wife cry and would do anything to make her laugh as he loved her smile. Leroy (“Lee”) Thomas Drust, born July 25, 1939, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, to parents Julia S. (Galley) Drust and Thomas Drust, passed away on June 6, 2021 in Brandon, Florida.
Paul is survived by his mother
, Alice George; his wife Georgia Craver; his daughter Ashley Craver; and his son Alex Craver; his siblings, Bruce Craver, John Craver, Denise Licata, and Eric Jones.
Mary was born January 3, 1953, in Carson City, Michigan. As a teenager, her family settled in Riverview, FL. and she graduated from East Bay High School in 1971. She married her high school boyfriend Gary David King on February 11, 1973, and they began a family. Always adventurous and willing to try something new, Mary attended college and became a computer programmer in the early 80’s. In the 90’s, she spent several years managing flea markets where she met lots of interesting people and really enjoyed the work. Eventually, she got the opportunity to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a hairdresser. She attended hair school and within a couple of years she was able to open her own salon, HairWorks. She loved seeing how a hairstyle could make someone feel so good about themselves.He is survived by His Sister Ruby Harrison of Seffner, his Daughters Tammy Amerson of Reynolds, Ga. Cindy Black of Roberta, Ga. Rhonda Mcdaris of Seffner, FL. Sons, and many Grandchildren. At the age of ten years old, she professed her faith in Jesus Christ and joined Baptist Church in Gurabo, Puerto Rico. Mercedes loved the Lord, and her walk with Christ continued attending Belmont Baptist in Chicago. She spoke highly of Reverend Santana. She served as a Treasurer and cooked many meals. On August 25, 1955, she traveled to Chicago where she met her second husband, Mr. Ezequiel Almodovar Sr. In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation to the American Diabetes Association and/or the New Mexico Commission for the Blind in SantaFe, New Mexico which were charities that were near and dear to Lisa’s heart.
Richard Joseph Buckley, 72, of Zephyrhills FL, passed away on June 15, 2022 surrounded by family. He was born on November 23, 1949 to Jack and Mayrilda Buckley in Providence, Rhode Island, who have proceeded him in death.
Hilda Janette Burdine, born June 19, 1940, in East Bernstadt, KY. Passed away September 5th, 2022 doing what she loved most in Valrico, FL. Proceeded in death by her Mother, Maxine Hood Egger; Father, Herman Egger; Brother, Conley Egger, and Sister, Edeline Egger Harper. She leaves behind sister Bertha Mae Sullivan, brother, Elmer Egger, 4 children, Rhonda Burdine, Sonny Burdine, Dale Burdine, and Mike Burdine; Daughters in law, Christy, Caryn and Mary Ann; grandchildren Adam Burdine, Jessica Humphrey, Kyle Burdine, Brian Williams, Jon Burdine, Austin Burdine, Hailie Brewer, Brandon Burdine, Amanda Burdine, and Cynthia Burdine, and many great grandchildren as well as a multitude of friends. She was a light to many as she freely served and was active in her community.Pearl’s legacy of love, kindness, and generosity will continue to inspire all who were fortunate enough to know her. While her presence will be deeply missed, her memory will live on in the hearts and minds of those who were touched by her warmth and grace. Tony was a hard worker and went back to college to better his family’s lives. He attended ABAC in Tifton, GA and Valdosta State University in Valdosta, GA, where he graduated with a BS in Chemistry. Tony had a great career in chemistry as a quality assurance specialist and lab director for multiple companies across South Georgia and Florida. A private viewing was held at Brandon Cremation and Funeral Services on January 28, 2021. A public celebration of Helen’s life and memorial service will follow on February 13, 2021 at First Baptist Church of Brandon; times and details to be announced.Freda was a retired elementary teacher with her Master’s Degree from the University of South Florida and former member of the United States Air Force. She graduated from Hudson High School in 1972 as Valedictorian and she went on to NC State. From there, she moved to Florida where she joined the Air Force. While she was in the Air Force she met her husband of 41 years, Cary Allmon. Together they have three children, Tiffany Allmon, Anthony Allmon and Valarie Allmon. She was also the proud Nana to three wonderful grandchildren, Larz Fernandez, Vyncent Devage and Abigale Leath. After retiring she spent as much time traveling with her grandchildren as possible. She loved to visit Alaska which will be the final resting place of her ashes. She was also survived by her brothers, Norman Swanson, Greg Swanson and Carson Swanson as well as her sisters J.B. Barnhardt and Yolonda Whismon. Seffner, Florida-Rickie Thomas Baxter, 67, passed away on June 5, 2021 after a short illness. He recently relocated to Florida from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Visitation with the family will begin at 2:00 PM on Sunday December 12, 2021 at Brandon Cremation & Funeral, 621 N. Parsons Ave., Brandon, FL 33510, followed by a memorial service at 3:00 PM.
Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday September 5, 2021, from 1-6 at 2220 Ridgemore Dr. Valrico Fl. 33594 at the residence of her niece’s home, Julia Williams.
Roberta’s son, Reynaldo Jr., joined the US Navy and in 1989, petitioned her to immigrate to the United States, where she spent some years with him and his family. She made frequent trips back home to the Philippines; visiting her other children and grandchildren, and gave back generously to her relatives and community. Eventually, Roberta moved to Brandon, Florida to live with her son Fernando, and was later joined by her children Gener, Annabelle, Roberto, Luningning and their families. This is where she lived out the rest of her precious life, surrounded by love and given the utmost care.A celebration of Mitch’s Life will be held Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Lake Mango, dock side at 6:30PM. 1728 Open Field Loop – shorts and flip flops, parking available at boat landing.
Benjamin Clayton Johnson, “B.C.”, a hardworking, project finding, avid traveler, rebel without a cause, self-professed director of all with a wild and untamed spirit, died Thursday, May 27, 2021. B.C. had never met a stranger and was generous beyond words. He had a love for fast cars, fast boats and fast planes but, most importantly, he loved his family to no end. If you are reading this, you will be surprised to learn that it wasn’t the self-inflicted gunshot, plane crash into the Gulf of Mexico, or the time that he tipped the tractor in a three-piece suit that took him out!
Wayne Alfonsus Demerse passed away peacefully on February 23, 2022 in the care of Lifepath Hospice at Community Health Center in Plant City, Florida at the age of 83. Wayne was born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada on January 7, 1939 to the late John and Adeline Demerse. He was predeceased by Sisters Rita and Norma and Brother John (Rochelle).
Was a free spirit who loved being outdoors and spending time at the beach , Joanne had a smile that could light up a room and eyes as blue as the ocean , She is survived by her children Corey, John, Bryan , 3 grandchildren Harley , Cayde, Samantha, Brothers and Sisters John , James , Leigh Kathleen , Lillian, Kelly, Jody, Lots of Nieces, Nephews , Great Nieces and Nephews Joanne was proceeded in Death by her Mother Kathryn, Father Joe , and Sister PatriciaJose A. Veloz, 67, of Plant City passed in the hospital on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. He is survived by three children, Sugeiry, Jeanneite, Jazmin Veloz, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon July 1st at 1pm at the Brandon Cremation and Funeral Services, 621 N. Parsons Ave. Brandon, Florida 33510. Friends will be recieved at the funeral home Friday morning from 11am until 1pm.
She is survived by her loving Daughter, Cheryl (BJ Johnson) Katy, Tx two sisters Clara (Mike)Henry, Lois (Paul) Hathcox, many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Jean loved life & people. She taught positive attitude for many years at Brandon night school & taught her children & grandchildren to be positive in their thinking to become adults.
Formerly of Gibbstown and National Park, NJ, Aubrey was a Paulsboro High School Alumni, class of 1997. In recent years, Aubrey fulfilled a life-long dream in moving to Florida, with her husband Mike, where they lived with their beloved pets and enjoyed time at the beach, kayaking and fishing.
A Memorial Service was held for him on Sat., Dec. 12, at the Dade City (FL) Church of Christ. Ashes will be scattered in Brevard, NC at the location of the living memorials for both of his wives.She loved family get togethers and looked forward to the weekly Sunday morning brunches. Karen was an excellent cook and was best known for her amazing pies, in particular lemon meringue and cherry. As an accomplished seamstress she often made clothes for her children and made dresses for her daughter and nieces with smocking that rivaled the complex and popular Polly Flinders dresses.Desiree is survived by her mother Gina McKendree and her stepfather Eddie Hudson of Phoenix, Arizona; her biological father Kevin McKendree of Tampa, Florida; her maternal grandmother Jan Azzarelli, maternal grandfather Bart Azzarelli Jr., and his wife Janice; maternal great-grandfather Ted Eisch; and many special aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by maternal great-grand parents Bartle Sr. and Vivian Azzarelli; great grand-mother Thelma Eisch.Jerry L. Deese, 73 of Tampa, Florida passed away on Saturday January 23, 2021 after a long struggle with Parkinson’s disease, he was surrounded by this wife Eloisa, and his children Christopher, Christian, Christina and Patrick. Myra Louise Hewitt born March 5th, 1958 passed away peacefully October 9th, 2022 at the age of 64. Myra is survived by eight children; son James Hewitt and wife Stephanie Hewitt, son Michael Hewitt, son Kenneth Harmening and wife Marie Harmening, son Efrain Hewitt and wife Anjanette Hewitt, daughter Brittney Wetherington and husband Jesse Wetherington, son Daniel Stepp, daughter Sierra Hewitt and husband Mark Hewitt, son Roy Adams Junior. Myra’s pride and joy were her eighteen grandchildren. May she rest in peace with her beloved Roy. “I love you right up to the moon and back, like I’ve never loved before, If I measured this a million times, I’d still love you a whole lot more… There are no words to express my love because it always goes on and on… I know It’ll last an eternity, both in life and when we’re gone… Always carry these words with you, if ever we part… I love you right up to the moon and back, You’re forever in my heart.” Myra is preceded by daughter Krystal Hewitt Marshall and husband Roy Adams. He is preceded in death by his father, Michael Eugène Cook Sr. and survived by is loving mother Robin and brother Michael Jr. and many extended family members.
Ellie was born April 28, 1936, in Saginaw, Michigan to the late Charles and Alice Brothers. Ellie attended nursing school and became a Licensed Practical Nurse in 1972. She was employed by Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital for several years before leaving to care for her disabled son until his death in 2018.
Mary was preceded in death by her husband of 40 years Gary David King; her parents Agustin Menchaca and Margaret (Kapp) Menchaca; and her nephew Agustin “Auggie” Menchaca III.Always positive and optimistic, Sandy was rarely without a smile. She loved animals – especially dogs – and had a way of making children feel special. Her knack for gift giving was unmatched, as she took great joy in making other people happy. Her unyielding positive attitude helped her survive a difficult battle with esophageal cancer in 2014. Above all else she loved her children the most, though her precious dogs were a close second – Stella, Kiser, Jake, Kirby and Chuck.
Barbara is survived by her son Allen Parrish (Mark); her daughter Joyce Lindsey (Robert) and granddaughter Caryn Childers; one brother John Lones of Jacksonville, Fl and one sister Jill Lones of Zephyrhills, Fl.
In 1979, he moved to Brevard, NC, to start a retail Christian Book Store which eventually transitioned into a Commodore Computer Store in the early stages of personal and small business computers. He developed grading software that was used by teachers all over the U.S. His story is featured on a page in a book on the history of computers published by M.I.T. When the computer store closed, he managed the mainframe computer department at Brevard Federal until it was sold.Desiree Elise McKendree, born April 28, 1996, beloved daughter, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend passed away Monday, November 14, 2022 at the age of 26 in Tampa, Florida.Services will be held on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Resurrection Catholic Church, 6819 Krycul Rd, Riverview, 33578, visitation from 12:30-1pm, Mass at 1pm.Jeanie Roberts Mathews, 58, of Riverview, FL was called home by her savior on December 23. She was born in Washington Court House, OH to David Lee and Caren Rosena Roberts (formerly Dearth) She was a wonderful daughter and sister. More than anything she was the best wife, mother, and grandmother anyone could ask for. She was funny and outgoing, and always put others before herself. She opened her heart and loved everyone. She was the one you could call for anything and know she would do everything she could to help. She was loved by so many and will be missed greatly.
She was a veteran of the Korean War. She also worked at the Pentagon as a cryptographer. She also spent time in Tripoli, Libya where her husband Warren. Alice worked for Mobil Oil, then moved to Florida and started a tropical fish business named A&W Tropicals, which they ran for many years before finally retiring.
After finishing college LaShon married and from that union came her son Terrance “Terry” Bernard Pierce and daughter Arleathia “Lisa” Nicole Pierce. In 1991, LaShon began working as a Sr. Communications Operator for DeKalb Public Safety. There, she met her best friend, Mr. Carl B. Jones. They fell in love and relocated to Tampa, FL in 2003 and married in 2005.A Celebration of Life Service will be held August 29th, 2022, at 11:00 am at Cleveland Heights Baptist Church, 3120 Cleveland Heights Blvd, Lakeland, FL 33803. The family would like to invite all to join them for food and refreshments in the fellowship hall immediately following the service.He is survived by his wife of 29 years, Peggy Farmer, his S
on Joseph William Farmer. His Father Michael L. Farmer & Mother Lynn Farmer. Four Sisters, Laurie, Lisa, Hollie & Tammy. And nieces, Sophia, Lily, & nephews Zack, Sammy, Aaron & Benjamin. And other relatives.Barbara is survived by her children; Linda Pennot, Tracey Ousley (James), and John Fesler (Terry). She is also survived by her grandchildren; Dalton Ousley (Emily), David Ousley, Daniel Ousley, and Gregory Fesler as well as her cousin, niece and nephew; Flora Barrett (Pete), Louise Price and Lee Price. Barbara has many surviving Dooly relatives and friends.
Jim was proud to be a member of the Teamsters’ Union and worked for 20+ years at Consolidated Frieghtway. Jim was a avid Tampa Bay Bucs and Nascar #48 Jimmie Johnson fan. He daily built a life for his family and was an example of sacrifice and service. He was proceed in death by his parents, his sister Tammy and his older brothers, Francis and Robert.
It is with a sad heart we announce that Nila Deloris Owens, age 68, passed away on October 17, 2021. She was preceded in death by her father Roy Scott and husband Mitchell Carlton Owens. She is survived by her mother, Nila Lucille Scott, daughter Valerie Marks, son-in-law Carl Marks, son Jonathan Owens, sister Rita Hardin and her husband Steve and brother Roy and his wife Evelyn.On Thanksgiving day, Leanne passed away at the age of sixty-four. She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Nicholas Frank Cardello and Norma Jean Patterson.
Lee was born June 30, 1962, in St. Louis Missouri to the late Thomas Elmer Varnadore, Sr. and Carolyn Sue Miller. Her work career began in Martin County FL as a Waitress for many years.
She was born on April 18, 1935 to Hinton and Alberta (Wildes) Petty in Waycross, GA. She and her husband, Buford, moved around the South in the early years of their marriage, sparking her life-long passion for travel. They settled in the greater Brandon area to raise three children: Tim, Brent, and Cindy. She was an active homemaker who became a teachers’ aid after her children were grown.
Her presence was felt in all of the schools her daughters attended. Bonnie spent hours volunteering as Parents’ Club President, Auction Chair, Picture Lady, Friend of the Library, field trip chaperone, and swim team mom. She felt especially connected at then-quirky, laid-back Tampa Prep.
Johnnie Buford Harrell, 89, loved farming strawberries, fishing, frying fish (well, frying just about anything), and gathering with friends and family. He served in the US Army and was inducted into the FSGA Farmers’ Hall of Fame in 2006.
Robert “Robbie” “Rob” Veazey has found peace in the loving arms of our Lord. Rob is forever free of the pain and anguish of the demons he so fiercely fought to overcome. Rob was a funny, loving and kind son and father. He was a true and loyal friend to all who knew him well.Timothy James Churchill, Tuesday September 7, 2021. Survived by his loving wife of 34 years Antoinette Montante Churchill, mother Patricia Dodson, predecease by his father Harold Churchill, mother-in law Gail Montante, brothers John and Paul, sister Beth Churchill Marcone, several brother & Sister in laws, and several nieces, nephews.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Tony Bennett, who passed away on April 2, 2023. Tony was born in Moultrie, GA on September 11, 1967 to his parents Harold “Lamar” Bennett and Betty Thomas Bennett.
Growing up Victor lived in many countries. He obtained his high school diploma from the American School of Madrid, BS in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University and MBA from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University. He married his college sweetheart and they had four children who were his pride and joy. He worked in marketing & advertising for various International companies as well as in the food industry.
Luis fue precedido en la muerte por su padre, Luis González, su madre Marina Cruz y su hijo Luis Alejandro “Alex” González. Le sobreviven su esposa Nelda, sus hijos Monika (Anthony) Curcione, Guillermo González y Manuel Alejandro “Ando” (Martina) González, su nuera Shannon González y su nieta Emma González y una gran familia extensa que incluye nietos, hermanas, hermanos, sobrinas y sobrinos. Kevin J Stengel of Tampa, birthplace Springfield, IL passed away 3/17/21. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jack Stengel, Margaret and Charles Barrett and his brother Gary Stengel. Survivors include sister, Tammy Barrett of TX, niece, Kristena Saliers of MI, aunt, Evelyn Stengel of IL and 14 cousins. Celebration of life to be held 2 pm Lemon Orchard Venue on April 17,2021 from 2-5pm. Aubrey was an avid lover of the beach, summertime and spending time with friends and family. She treasured various trips she took to Wildwood and Atlantic City in New Jersey, St. Pete Beach and the Keys in Florida, Aruba, Las Vegas and car shows in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Aubrey will be remembered fondly for her quick wit, sense of humor and enthusiasm.Samuel Kroll passed away at the age of 25 on July 9, 2022 leaving behind his mom Rebecca Kroll who loves him more than words could every convey and Richard Norbutt, his Aunt Tanzy DeFrates and Ted Weldon, and his Grandpa James Kroll and Marsha Ware-Kroll. His family and friends are all over the US and simply too numerous to list. If you knew Sam, I don’t need to tell you anything here. Sam was one of a kind. He was an amazing man who touched so many lives with his unique sense of humor and unapologetic ability to walk his own path doing what he felt was right for him. As a teenager, he spent countless hours restoring his 1972 Buick GS. As an adult, he loved off roading with his Jeep. He was a dedicated master mechanic who loved his job because he truly loved cars. Ο Τζον και η Μαρία παντρεύτηκαν πάνω από 60 χρόνια, κατά τη διάρκεια των οποίων μεγάλωσαν τρία απίστευτα παιδιά, την Όλγα McCrink, την Αναστασία Pagliuca και τον Ντένις Πλαρίνος. to play and watch golf. Terry had a strong belief in God and was a member of the Nativity Catholic church for years and at one point joined the choir. Being in the choir made him happy and feel closer to God. Terry has proceeded in death bv his wife Roz of 54 ears and his parents He was loved more then he will ever know. He will be greatly and deeply missed. Doug and Alissa will be returning them home tor their eternal rest in Youngstown Ohio In OctWe met when I lived in West Palm. My best friend there was Joy Small. Michael called her, found out my ring size and told her his plans for our engagement. She was so happy to be involved. She helped me pack my suitcase. Joy told me I needed to pack for warm weather and freezing cold weather, to bring a bathing suit and snow boots. I was going fly to Tampa around March 27. I didn’t know where I was going but she did. I flew to Tampa not knowing where I was going to end up and Mike met me at the airport. Back then in 1988 we didn’t have much security so you could just run and catch your plane at the last minute. So, we got in the air, and we landed in Denver Co.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Totsie (formerly Claville) and his parents, JB and Vellan Harrell. He is survived by his children, Mark (Sue), David (Bonny), and Laure (Chris), his brother Gary (Lala), four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.Julie worked alongside her husband Bobby to grow their business into a successful venture despite the odds against them, and she was just about to start a new job following her passion to help others.
Services in Florida will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Celebration of Life Services will be held in New Jersey at a later date, where the family will welcome visitation.Known to his friends as “Coz,” he was born in Washington D.C. and enjoyed a long career as a vacation and timeshare salesman and sales manager at resort communities throughout the U.S., including Marco Island, FL, Cable, WI, Virginia Beach, VA, and Colorado Springs, CO. Yes, he got around AND left his positive mark everywhere he went.