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Published Oct. 16, 2005

SOUTH PINELLAS BORGELD, EILEEN F., 70, of Pinellas Park, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at Central Park Lodge. She was born in St. Louis and came here in 1967 from Albuquerque, N.M. She was a waitress and an Episcopalian. Survivors include two daughters, Nancy Hetherington, New York City, and Maureen Nelson, Ashland, Ore.; and five grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home, Seminole.

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DAUBE, JAMES A., 57, of 4901 38th Way S, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at his residence. He came here in 1956 from his native Pittsburgh. He was a route driver for Flav-O-Rich Dairy, a member of Nitram Masonic Lodge 188 F&AM, Scottish Rite of Free Masonary Tampa Consistory, former member of the Gulfport Lions Club, worked with the Gulfport Little League and was a Lutheran. Survivors include his wife, Donna; a son, Daniel, Trenton; two sisters, Lucy Goldbach and Mildred Muenz, both of Pittsburgh; three brothers, Harry, Pittsburgh, Edward, North Carolina, and Robert, Hollywood, Fla.; and two grandsons. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home, Gulfport.

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DAVISON, ANNA G., 86, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. She was born in Turtle Creek, Pa., and came here in 1963 from Emporium, Pa. She worked for Sylvania Radio & TV in Emporium and was a member of Seminole United Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, Donald G., Erie, Pa.; a daughter, Janet L. Halmer, St. Petersburg; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home, Seminole.

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GRUBER, MARY M., 87, of 2831 Dupont St. S, Gulfport, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. She was born in Mineral Point, Pa., and came here in 1957 from the Bronx, N.Y. She was a member of Our Saviour Lutheran Church and Gulfport Senior Citizens and former secretary and chaplain of the Gulfport Garden and Bird Club. Survivors include a daughter, Adele Sherwood, Port Richey; a brother, William Miller, Rhode Island; a sister, Helen Bumgardner, Pennsylvania; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home, Gulfport.

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HANSEN, RONALD M., 91, of 6079 46th Ave. N, Kenneth City, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990). He was born in Ashburnham, Mass., and came here in 1982 from Winchendon, Mass. He was a carpenter. Survivors include two sons, Warren, Duxbury, Mass., and Richard Hansen, Southbridge, Mass.; three daughters, Marion Hansen, Leominster, Mass., Myrtle Gaulzetti and Charlotte Segalini, both of Kenneth City; a brother, Roy, Fitchburg, Mass.; seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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LAWSON, THOMAS W., 55, of 5319 29th Ave. S, Gulfport, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at his residence. He came here in 1946 from his native Valdosta, Ga. He was a former radio announcer with WSUN, WFLA and WWBA, an Army veteran and a Baptist. Survivors include a daughter, Luanne Lawson, St. Petersburg; two sons, Tommy L., Harvard, Ill., and John M., St. Petersburg; a brother, John W., Kettering, Ohio; and his mother, Geraldine Lawson, Gulfport. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home, Gulfport.

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MacFARLANE, MARY, 82, of 1255 Pasadena Ave. S, South Pasadena, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990). She was a native of Scotland and came here in 1969 from Detroit. She was a retired payroll clerk. Survivors include a sister, Margaret Pringle, Sterling Heights, Mich. Alan R. McLeod Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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MILLER, IRVING, 88, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at Menorah Manor. He was born in Russia and came here in 1979 from New York City. He was an art dealer. Survivors include a daughter, Elizabeth Walsh, Marlton, N.J.; a sister, Mae Frieder, Delray Beach; and six grandchildren. Beth David Chapel, Jewish Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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NEVILLE, GEORGIA RAE, 34, of 389 59th Lane S, St. Petersburg, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990). She was born in Johnstown, Pa., and came here in 1979 from Ohio. She was an elementary school teacher in public schools and attended the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle. Survivors include her husband, Fred; a son, Jeremy, and a daughter, Jessica, all of St. Petersburg; a sister, Karen Harrison, Mansfield, Ohio; a brother, Gregory Scileny, St. Petersburg; and her mother, Theresa Scileny, Detroit. David C. Gross Guardian Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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PRICKETT, MARIE L., 83, of Houston and formerly of St. Petersburg, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) in Houston. Survivors include a son, Charles E. Sr., Broken Arrow, Okla. Alan R. McLeod Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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STARK, DR. LeROY A., 87, of South Pasadena, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at Majestic Towers Health Center. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio, and came here in 1955 from Kenosha, Wis. He was a high school music teacher in Antioch, Ill., and Franklin Park, Ill. He retired in 1982 after 27 years of chiropractic practice. He was a member of Redeemer Lutheran Church and the Pinellas, Florida and International Chiropractic Associations. He was a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic Medicine, St. Louis and received a master's degree in science from Northwestern University, Illinois. Survivors include his wife, Ruth E.; two sons, Edward C. Stark, Sherman Oaks, Calif., and the Rev. Elwood Stark, New Canaan, Conn.; a sister, Evelyn Stark, South Pasadena; and three grandchildren. Kenfield-Woodlawn Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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VASTARDIS, ELEKTRA ARTEMIS, 31, of 4407 73rd St. N, St. Petersburg, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at Humana Hospital-St. Petersburg. She came here in 1969 from her native New York City. She was assistant manager for Tyrone Latchkey Services, a part-time special education teacher at several local schools, including Mount Vernon and Tyrone Middle School, and a graduate of Boca Ciega High School, St. Petersburg Junior College and the University of South Florida. Survivors include her parents, George N. and Nan Vastardis, St. Petersburg; a brother, Perikles P. Vastardis, Evanston, Wyo.; a sister, Daphne D. Vastardis, Jacksonville; and two nephews. Thomas J. Brett Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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ZABLO, MARY ANN, 58, of Pinellas Park, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990) at her residence of cancer. While a patient at Humana Hospital-St. Petersburg, she was visited by Cecil Blackwood of the renowned Blackwood Brothers Gospel Quartet. She was born in Bowling Green, Ind., and came here in 1958 from Terre Haute, Ind. She was an employee for 27 years of the Pinellas County School System. She started as a baker at Pinellas Park and Orange Grove schools, was cafeteria manager for 11 years at Oakhurst Elementary and then cafeteria manager at Walsingham Elementary. She was past president of the Pinellas Park Elementary School Parent-Teachers Association and a member of the Florida State Food Service Association, where she was secretary in 1978. During Hurricane Donna, she and her husband served food to more than 300 people housed at Walsingham Elementary. For 30 years, she was clerk for Clearview Baptist Church, where she served on several committees and directed the junior department of the Sunday school. In the summer, she taught vacation Bible school and assisted with youth camps. Survivors include her husband of 40 years, Howard; three sons, Howard E., Naples, Paul M., Odessa, and Ronnie L., Pinellas Park; her mother, Della Moon, Brazil, Ind.; two sisters, Juana Moon, Pinellas Park, and Adele Powers, Brazil; a brother, Donald Moon, Terre Haute; and four grandchildren. Richard E. Sorensen, Gee & Sorensen Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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BENJAMIN, LUCILLE, 78, of Seminole, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at home. She was born in Piketon, Ohio, and came here in 1968 from Grove City, Ohio. She owned and operated a custom-made drapery business. She was a Protestant. Survivors include two sons, Thomas, Seminole, and Robert, Largo; a daughter, Eldora Lewis, Thornville, Ohio; two brothers, Paul Bradford, Dayton, Ohio, and Kenneth Bradford, Aitkin, Minn.; two sisters, Ruby Pollard, Grove City, and Leola Beverly, Hilliard, Ohio; seven grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. E. James Reese Funeral Home, Seminole.

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BOOTZ, IRENE E., 76, of Seminole, died Saturday (Feb. 17, 1990) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Milwaukee and came here in 1969 from Wisconsin. She was a bookkeeper and stenographer at Milwaukee Auto Parts for 25 years. She was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church, Largo, and Ladies of the Knights of Columbus Council 4892, Largo. Survivors include her husband, Norbert L.; three daughters, Phillis Knudsen, Boxford, Mass., Deanna Champeau, Milwaukee, and Patricia Richson, Cedarburg, Wis.; and a sister, Alice Quattrocchi, Dunedin. Raymond M. Hook & Son Funeral Home, Seminole.

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COURSEN, WALTER L., 58, of Clearwater, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. He was born in Irvington, N.J., and came here in 1985 from Old Bridge, N.J. He was a firefighter in Irvington for 25 years and a Korean War Air Force veteran. He was a member of High Point United Methodist Church, Clearwater, and the Elks Lodge 2159, Largo. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a stepson, Alan Novicki, Jersey City, N.J.; and one granddaughter. Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

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GASKILL, VIRGINIA S., 71, of Largo, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at home. She was born in Tewksbury, Mass., and came here in 1983 from St. Peters, Pa. She was a managing editor of a newspaper in Pennsylvania. She was a former owner of an arts and crafts shop. Survivors include her husband, Raymond; two sons, David L., Allentown, Pa., and Paul L., Blowing Rock, N.C.; two daughters, Constance L. Schofer, Cazenovia, N.Y., and Suzanne L. Gaskill-Weber, Cleveland; two brothers, William Sunbury, Thompson, Texas, and Richard Sunbury, Houston; a sister, Patricia Morgan, Wayne, N.J.; and six grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

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GRAY, HAZEL INGLER, 89, of Clearwater, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Mingo Junction, Ohio, and came here in 1968 from Bay Village, Ohio. She was an elementary school teacher in Ohio. She was a Protestant and a member of Order of the Eastern Star, Lakewood, Ohio. She also was a graduate of Kent State University and Case Institute of Technology, both in Ohio. Survivors include a sister, Madge Ingler Reynard, Mingo Junction; two grandchildren, Karen Ann Johnson Doll, Cary, N.C., and Theodore Blake Johnson II, Redding, Calif.; and four great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

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INCH, IRENE, 71, of 9524 84th St. N, Seminole, died Friday (Feb. 16, 1990) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. She was born in Mingo Junction, Ohio, and came here in 1974 from Akron, Ohio. Survivors include four sons, George, Seminole, and Jerry, John and Donald, all of Akron; a daughter, Janice Reynolds, Mogadore, Ohio; two sisters, Helen Lesniak and Virginia Suto, both of Akron; 17 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Largo Chapel.

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KRICK, CHARLES I., 86, of Clearwater, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990) at Morton Plant Hospital. He was born in Neffsville, Pa., and came here in 1968 from New Holland, Pa., where he was a maintenance supervisor for the New Holland Division of Sperry. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Ethel H.; three sons, Richard I. and James W. of Largo and Kenneth R., Jacksonville; two sisters, Blanche Plymyer and Betty Krick of Neffsville; 14 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Rhodes & Wice Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

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SCHNEIDER, ERNST R., 84, of Island Estates, Clearwater, died Sunday (Feb. 18, 1990) at home. He was born in Baltimore and came here in 1975 from Riviera Beach. He was a retired owner of a franchise of Beltone Hearing Aid Service, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, Elda M.; and two nieces, Lynnette Arrington, Richmond, Va., and Mary Murton, Cambridge, Md. Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Fort Harrison Chapel, Clearwater.

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