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NORTH PINELLAS ABBEY, HARLEY "BUD," 49, of Clearwater, died Friday (Oct. 19, 1990) at Clearwater Community Hospital. He came here 1978 from his native East Cleveland, Ohio. He was a truck driver and an Army veteran. He was a Methodist. Survivors include his mother, Helen L. Bonda, Clearwater; a brother, L. R. Abbey, Ormond Beach; two nephews; and a niece. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

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ANDERSON, HOWARD F., 87, of Holiday, formerly of Tarpon Springs, died Saturday (Oct. 20, 1990) at home. He came here in 1968 from his native Chicago where he was a policeman. His memberships included BLVD Lodge 882, AF & AM, a life membership in Medinah Temple, Scottish Rite Valley of Chicago and Swedish-American Athletic Association, in Chicago, Holiday High Twelve Club 418, Holiday Suncoast Shrine Club and VASSA 699 in Holiday, Egypt Shrine Temple, Tampa, Tarpon Springs Yacht Club and BPOE 1719 in Tarpon Springs, and Pasco Scandinavian-American Society, New Port Richey. He was a Lutheran. Survivors include his wife, Inez; a sister, Blanche Franklin, Denver; and two nieces. Padgett Funeral Home, Holiday.

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BOZ, JAKE, 49, of Palm Harbor, died Tuesday (Oct. 16, 1990) in Venezuela. He came here in 1982 from his native Coshocton, Ohio. He owned Jabbco Radio, Largo, and was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. He was a member of the National Rifle Association and Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Dunedin. Survivors include his wife, Julieta; a son, James D., Clearwater; his mother, Ruth Boz, Largo; his father, Milo Boz, Ohio; and three stepsons, Gary J. Petersen, Pensacola, and Nelson L. Petersen and James A. Petersen, both of Palm Harbor. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

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CARROLL, ROBERT H., 75, of Largo, died Saturday (Oct. 20, 1990) at VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. He was born in Norfolk, Va., and came here in 1958 from Fort Lauderdale. He was a letter carrier with the U.S Postal Service, St. Petersburg. He was a captain in the Army and a World War II and Korean War veteran. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans chapter 91, Pinellas Park, the 505 R.C.T. World War II F Company Club, a life member of Retired Officers Association, and a charter member of the 82nd Airborne Division Association, St. Petersburg. He was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, St. Petersburg. Survivors include his wife, Virginia; five sons, Robert J., Elgin, Texas, Jerry L., Dallas, Mark A., Idaho Falls, Idaho, Christopher T., Atlanta, and Jon T., Snellville, Ga.; a stepdaughter, Laura L. Kemp, Wartrace, Tenn.; two sisters, Doris Styron, Norfolk, and Virginia Hicks, Fruit Cove; 10 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Richard E. Sorensen, Gee and Sorensen Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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CEDZICH, WILLIAM J., 81, of Dunedin, died Friday (Oct. 19, 1990) at home. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came here in 1972 from Richmond Hill, N.Y. He was a self-employed auctioneer and concert pianist. He was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Alva; two sons, William Joseph, Long Island, N.Y., and Christopher, Nashville, Tenn.; a daughter, Jeanette Cedzich, Switzerland; a sister, Mary Pekarski, Waltham, Mass.; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

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DUNPHY, MARK E., 70, of Palm Harbor, died Sunday (Oct. 21, 1990) at home. He was born in Baltimore and came here in 1980 from Tampa. He was a dry cleaner and a member of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Clearwater. He was a member of After Lunch Bunch Bowling League, Clearwater. Survivors include his father, Edward M.; a brother, Paul E. Dunphy, Sidney, Ohio; and a sister, Vera Barnickle, Dunedin. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

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EBERTS, EDWARD A., 88, of Clearwater, died Saturday (Oct. 20, 1990) at the Woodlands of Clearwater. He was born in Lincoln Park, Mich., and came here in 1975 from Wyandotte, Mich. He owned Kramer and Eberts Automobile Dealership in River Rouge, Mich. He was a member of Light of Christ Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, Lucy Marie; a son, Norman Edward, Wyandotte; a daughter, Rita M. Woods, Clearwater; a brother George Eberts, Windsor, Ontario; nine grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Belcher Chapel, Clearwater.

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