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BUCHANAN, CARL "C.S.", 62, of Lutz, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at home. He was born in Humphreys Co., Tenn., and moved to Lutz in 1951. He was a heavy-equipment operator and a member of Palms of Nazarene Church. He also was a member of the Local 925 Union of Operating Engineers, Temple Terrace F

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AM 330 and the Scottish Rite Egypt Temple Shrine. He served in the Air Force and Marines Corps. Survivors include his wife, Ethel; a son, Rickey, Tampa; a daughter, Carlotta Harris, Riverview; his mother, Annie ; a brother Jesse L., both of Tampa; four sisters, Lillian Bells of Matthew, Mo., Rebecca Wilcox, Gwen Ethridge and Betty Passmore, all of Tampa; and four grandchildren. F.

T. Blount Funeral Home, Lutz-Land O' Lakes Chapel. CASTELLANO, CHRISTINA MARIE, 9, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was a lifelong resident of Tampa, a student at Mendenhall Elementary School and a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Survivors include her mother, Gina Castellano; her father, Mark Silva; a grandmother, Mary A. Magill; two aunts, LiLianne Sciccarello, and Sharon DeLuna; an uncle, Joe Sciccarello; and several cousins. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

DAVIDSON, ADA M., 81, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was a native of Groton, Vt., and lived in Tampa for more than 50 years. She was a schoolteacher for 29 years in Hillsborough County and retired from Lake Magdalene Elementary. She was a member of Forest Hills United Methodist Church. Survivors include a sister, Mary Veasey, Tampa; a brother, Robert L., Lucerne, Calif.; and three nieces and nephews. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

DUDDING, LAURA BELL KELLY, 99, of Tampa died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at Su Casa Nursing Home. A native of Page, W.Va., she moved to Tampa in 1942. She was a homemaker and a Baptist. Survivors include two nieces Marguerite Kelly Scott and Bernice Kelly Robins both of Virginia; and a nephew, Bert Kelly, Virginia. Jennings Funeral Home, Tampa.

GARCIA, AIDA FRANCES, 75, of Tampa, died Thursday (Oct. 25, 1990) at Doctors' Hospital. She was a retired cigarmaker and a Catholic. Survivors include three sisters, Mary G. Traina, Mercedes G. Fernandez and Alice G. Greco, all of Tampa; and several nieces and nephews. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

GARDNER, DAVID C. "DAVE", 81, of Tampa, died Saturday (Oct. 27, 1990) at home. He was born in North Shade, Mich., and moved to Tampa from Alma, Mich., 40 years ago. He was a retired painter/artist. Survivors include his wife, Juanita A.; a son, David James, Tampa; two daughters, Jeanne A. Fenton, Zephyrhills, and Sherry L. Mullins, Tampa; 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. F.

T. Blount Funeral Home, Nebraska Avenue Chapel.

GREENE, JENNIE L., 87, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at AMI Memorial Hospital. She was a native of LaHapre, Kan., and a resident of Tampa since 1948. She was a homemaker, a church director of the Palma Ceia United Methodist Church and former president of the Women's Society of Christian Service. Survivors include two sons, M. Crawford, Jr., Tampa, and James A., Winter Springs; a daughter, Judith Goolsby, New York City; a brother, Paul H. Bibens, Houston; a sister, Grace Stiles, Fayetteville, Ark.; and three grandchildren. Curry & Son Funeral Home, Tampa.

LESLIE, DONALD T., 72, of Lutz, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at University Community Hospital, Tampa. He came here from his native Grayling, Mich., in 1957. He was a security guard for Jim Walters office building, and a World War II veteran. Survivors include two sons, Gary L., Grayling, and Donald T., Jr., Mio, Mich.; a daughter, Linda Marshall, Mio; a brother, Carl, Winterhaven; his mother, Ingeborg, Grayling; and six grandchildren. Holloway Funeral Home, Oldsmar.

MAIER, WILLIAM E., 78, of Sun City Center, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) in Palmetto. He was a native of Bucharest, Romania, and moved here from Itasca, Ill., 10 years ago. He was a retired dean of Chicago Technical College, former dean of Allied Institute of Technology and a member of the Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Sun City Center. He was a former member of Itasca Country Club, the Lions Club, Itasca Ill., and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Bensonville, Ill. He was a member of the Men's Golf Association of Sun City Center and an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Helen; three sons, Thomas A., Berkeley, Calif., Fredrick E., Itasca, and Peter M., Dubuque, Iowa. Zipper Agape Mortuary and Crematory, Ruskin.

McELDOWNEY, PATRICK P., 69, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at St. Joseph's Hospital, Tampa. He moved from his native Brooklyn, N.Y., to Tampa in 1945. He was a Catholic. He also was a bartender for 35 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II where he received the Purple Heart. Survivors include a son, Patrick, ; and a daughter-in-law, Nina, both of Tampa; two brothers, Pete, Zephyrhills and John, Brooklyn; two sisters, Mary Torres, Plainview, Long Island, N.Y., and Florence Lunde, Shippensburg, Pa. B. Marion Reed Funeral Home, Hyde Park Chapel.

PACHULIS, JOSEPH, P., 80, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at home. He was a native of Amsterdam, N.Y., and moved to Tampa in 1948. He was a mechanic for Showman's Association, a member of the Greater Tampa Showmen's Association, the International Independent Showman's Association, and he was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a son Jimmy Weaver, Tampa; a brother, Stanley Peculis, Amsterdam; two sisters, Mary Pilchen and Helen Simmons, both of Amsterdam; and two grandchildren. Hamilton Funeral Home, Riverview.

REILLY, HENRY F., 75, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at H. Lee Moffit Cancer Center. He was a native of Philadelphia and a resident of Tampa for 43 years. He was an electrical contractor and proprietor of H. F. Reilly Electrical Co. for 25 years. He was a volunteer for the Moffit cancer center and served as chief usher for St. Mary's Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Irma; two stepsons, Robert A. Whitecar, Tampa, and Terry, Tarpon Springs; a daughter, Kathy Plott, Tampa; two stepdaughters, Danajean Durrance, Middleton, R.I., and Linda K. Schnabel, St. Petersburg; a brother, Francis, Croyden, Pa.; a sister, Peggy Slider, Bensalem, Pa.; and 12 grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

STARNES, RALPH EUGENE, 48, of Brandon, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at James A. Haley V.A. Hospital, Tampa. He was born in Moorsville, N.C., and moved to Brandon 12 years ago. He was a construction Office Manager, and owned R

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S Liquors in Seffner. He was a Methodist. He served in the Army and was a member of Brandon V.F.W. Survivors include a son, Mark Eugene, Valrico; two daughters, Lesley Brown, Dover, and Dana Neal, Columbus, Ga.; his mother, Allie R., Moorsville; a brother, James A., Lumberton, N.C.; and two grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

THOMPSON, THOMAS CLINTON, 76, of Brandon, died Saturday (Oct. 27, 1990) at home. He was born in Lakeland and moved to Brandon from Crescent City in 1986. He was a retired welder for Chicago Bridge & Iron. He was a Baptist. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a son, Donald C., Brandon; a daughter, Sue Reed, Conyers, Ga.; three brothers, Kenneth, Fort Payne, Ala., Claude, Orlando, and Ray, Bartow; four sisters, Ann Lightsey, Evelyn Alexander, both of Bartow, Bertha Harrison, Lakeland and Opal "Toni' Nelson, Jacksonville; and five grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

TURNER, CARMEN BRAVO, 73, of Tampa, died Friday (Oct. 26, 1990) at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born in Jacksonville and was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was a clerk for an insurance company, a member of Central Asturiano Club of Tampa and a Catholic. Survivors include her husband, Fair Jay; a brother, Joe Bravo; and several grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

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