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NORTH PINELLAS BERRY, HARRISON J., 86, of Clearwater, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at home. He came here last year from his native Toledo, Ohio. He owned an insurance and real estate company and was a member of Masonic Blue Lodge 686, Toledo. Survivors include his wife, Mildred L.; a brother, Floyd Berry, Toledo; and a sister, Bonnie McFadden, Toledo. Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater.

CADY, RICHARD D., 58, of Clearwater, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1963 from his native Jamestown, N.Y. He was a general insurance agent for 27 years with Allstate Insurance Co. Survivors include his wife, C. Nanci; two daughters, Jill Buyea, New Port Richey, and Suzanne Cady, Clearwater; a brother, William Cady, Texas; and three grandchildren, Brandon M. Buyea, Brian M. Buyea and Justin R. Buyea, all of New Port Richey. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

CORTELLI, LEONARD E., 65, of Safety Harbor, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1976 from his native Buffalo, N.Y. He was an engineer at the Linde division of Union Carbide Co. and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Espiritu Santo Catholic Church, Safety Harbor, and American Legion Post 264, Tonawanda, N.Y. Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane; three sons, Leonard E. Jr., Tampa, Michael, Houston, and Mark, Safety Harbor; two daughters, Ann Bellissimo, Clearwater, and Karen Willi, Palm Harbor; a sister, Carolyn Cortelli, Buffalo; and four grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Sylvan Abbey Chapel, Clearwater.

DUMANOWSKI, EDMUND, 65, of Safety Harbor, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Chicago and came here in 1983 from Hinsdale, Ill. He was a construction and remodeling carpenter. He was a member of Northwood Presbyterian Church and American Legion Turner Brandon Post 7, both in Clearwater, and Safety Harbor Garden Club. Survivors include his wife, Violet; a daughter, Sharon Philyan, Zion, Ill.; a brother, Robert Dumanowski, Rock Island, Ill.; a sister, Florence Kizior, Green Bay, Wis.; and two grandchildren. Baty Funeral Home, Safety Harbor.

ECONOMOS, EFTERPE "EFFIE" KELADES, 64, of Palm Harbor, died Friday (June 7, 1991) in Tarpon Springs. She was a lifelong resident of Tarpon Springs and was a Pinellas County teacher for 10 years. She was a member of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Tarpon Springs. Survivors include two sons, Nick Andrew, Atlanta, and Kelly Steven, Palm Harbor; her mother, Elenia "Helen" Kelades, Tarpon Springs; and a sister, Nina Tsourakis, Tarpon Springs. Vinson Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs.

GROLLINGER, ERIC ANTHONY, infant son of Kathleen "Kat" and Robert "Rob" Grollinger of Clearwater, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. Other survivors include his paternal grandparents, Neill and Peg Kirkpatrick; and his maternal grandparents, Clarence and Josie Brooks. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

LASHBROOK, MURIEL W., 68, of Union City, Ga., formerly of Indian Shores, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at Southern Regional Medical Center, Riverdale, Ga. She was born in New York City and worked as a bookkeeper for a dress store. Survivors include three daughters, Loretta Blount, Indian Shores, Joy Turner, Tucker, Ga., and Jeanie Alley, Fayetteville, Ga.; two sisters, Gladys Gibbons, Seminole, and Dicki Kagel, Greenville, S.C.; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Mowell Funeral Home, Fayetteville, Ga.

MULLAN, TERRENCE EDWARD, 45, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. He came here in 1977 from his native New Rochelle, N.Y. He was the owner of Mullan's Mountain Spring Hotel, East Durham, N.Y. He was a member of St. Brendan Catholic Church, Clearwater, Knights of Columbus, Notre Dame Council, South Bend, Ind., Notre Dame Alumni Association and Island Estates Yacht Club, Clearwater. He also was a member of the board of the Irish Cultural and Heritage Museum and Chamber of Commerce, both in East Durham. Survivors include his wife of 23 years, Ann M.; three sons, Terrence E., David M. and Brian P., all of Clearwater; two daughters, Jeannine M. Mullan and Ann M. Mullan, both of Clearwater; and a sister, Kathleen Hentges, Lubbock, Texas. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

PARROTT, JAMES R. "BOBBY," 70, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at home. He was born in West College Corner, Ind., and came here in 1968 from Cincinnati, where he was a city traffic engineer. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of Moose Lodge 1030, Clearwater, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 750, Harrison, Ohio, American Legion Post 273, Madeira Beach, and Walnut Hills Lodge 483 F&AM and Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati, both in Cincinnati. He was a member of Church of God, Cincinnati. Survivors include a son, Steven E., Largo; three daughters, Bobbie Sue Staley, California, Pamela Butler, Blanchester, Ohio, and Connie Schmacher, Cincinnati; his mother, Willa E. Parrott, Clearwater; and six grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Largo Chapel.

PENDLETON, PINKIE, 81, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She came here in 1924 from her native Marianna. She was a domestic worker and a member of New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Clearwater, where she was a chairwoman of the deaconess board and a member of the senior women mission and sang in the chorus. Survivors include two nephews, Westley Bryant, Ocala, and Alfred Bryant, Morriston; and five nieces, Malissa Dorsey and Rebecca Russ, both of Jacksonville, Agnes Bryant, Ocala, and Bartow Rembert and Maggie Billups, both of Clearwater. Young's Funeral Home, Clearwater.

RUSSO, JOHN J., 58, of Seminole, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at University General Hospital, Seminole. He was born in Jersey City, N.J., and came here in 1989 from Oakhurst, N.J. He was a real estate agent, a Navy veteran of the Korean War and a member of Holy Innocence Catholic Church, Neptune, N.J. Survivors include a son, John Jr., Neptune; a daughter, Jody A. Russo, Oakhurst; a brother, Vincent Russo, Jersey City; two sisters, Ida Parrino, Wayside, N.J., and Anne Barbato, Freehold, grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home, Seminole.

SMOCK, JOSEPH W., 76, of Clearwater, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at home. He was born in Warsaw, Ind., and came here in 1989 from Columbia, Md. He was an Army paratrooper during World War II and a member of Clearwater Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Frances; a son, Joseph Jr., Walkersville, Md.; two daughters, Carol McCampbell, Burtonsville, Md., and Helen Proctor, Columbia; his mother, Mary R. Willard, Clearwater; a brother, Thomas Smock, California; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. National Cremation Society, Clearwater.

SUESSMANN, ELMER WILLIAM, 77, of Palm Harbor, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at Manor Care of Palm Harbor. He was born in Oceanside, N.Y., and came here in 1979 from Massapequa Park, N.Y. He was a salesman and a partner at Parker-Wilder Textile Co. He was a Lutheran. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy E.; two sons, Kenneth Walter, Massapequa Park, and Ronald Thomas, Knoxville, Tenn.; a brother, Louis C. Suessmann, Galax, Va.; and four grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

TULLEY, PATRICK MICHAEL, 48, of Seminole, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. He came here from his native Brighton, Ill., and worked as a Postal Service letter carrier. Survivors include his parents, Harry and Lois Tulley, Brighton. Holloway Funeral Hoime, Oldsmar.

SOUTH PINELLAS

BRAGDON, HELENA, 90, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Swanholm Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born in Natick, R.I., and came here in 1952 from New Bedford, Mass., and was a winder in a cotton mill. Survivors include a niece, Kay Miderski, St. Petersburg. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

DANIELS, SAM, 96, of 2600 Fourth St. S, St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Bayfront Medical Center. He was born in Valdosta, Ga., and came here five years ago from Largo, where he lived for three years. He previously lived in Orlando. Survivors include a son, Jimmy, a daughter, Aretha Ford, and a brother, Clarence, all of Largo; nine grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; 25 great-great-grandchildren; and three great-great-great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

JAMES, LLOYD L., 67, of 608 11th St. S, St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Bayfront Medical Center. He came here in 1955 from his native Tallahassee. He retired as a shipping and receiving assistant for General Telephone Directory Co. and was a member of Unity Temple of Truth Church. Survivors include two sons, Lloyd Jr. and Garratt, St. Petersburg; three daughters, Mary Henton and Dorothy McCloud, St. Petersburg, and Wanda Harold, Miami; six brothers, Herbert, Tony, Edward, Wilbert, Lonnie and John, all of Tallahassee; two sisters, Thelma Sheffield, Tallahassee, and Elnora Badger, St. Petersburg; 14 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. McRae Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

KOUTROUBIS, POLLA D., 80, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at home. She came here six months ago from her native Sparta, Greece. She was a Greek Orthodox. Survivors include a son, Peter D., St. Petersburg; a daughter, Pauline D. Harritos, Saugus, Mass.; and five grandchildren. Thomas J. Brett Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

SAM, SAVAN, 8, of 5990 28th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, died Thursday (June 6, 1991) at Bayfront Medical Center. He was born in Bellevue, Wash., and came here five months ago from Providence, R.I. He was a Buddhist. He was a fourth-grade student at Westgate Elementary School. Survivors include his parents, Savoeuth and Sokhoun Sam, a brother, Saveth, and two sisters, Sokun and Sokphannry, all of St. Petersburg; his paternal grandmother, Phring Sam, Cambodia; and his maternal grandparents, Poum and Meac Im, St. Petersburg. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

SCHOTT, RUDOLPH, 81, of St. Petersburg, died Thursday (June 6, 1991) at Sun Bay Medical Center, St. Petersburg. He was born in New York City and came here in 1980 from the Bronx, N.Y., where he was a restaurant chef. Survivors include a daughter, Gladys Skilowich, the Bronx. Holloway Funeral Home, Oldsmar.

SUTHERIN, WILLIAM L., 85, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at home. He was born in Oil City, Pa., and came here in 1971 from Indiana, where he was a member of the Scottish Rite and St. Joseph Low 12 Club, both of South Bend, Orak Temple, Michigan City, and McKinley Lodge 712 F&AM, Schererville. He was a typesetter for 30 years for Local Union 597 in Chicago. Locally, he was a member of St. James United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Rose Marie; three daughters, Virginia Lee Phillips, Alexandria, Va., JoAnn Dunfee, Altamonte Springs, and Sally Jane Wagner, Lowell, Ind.; 12 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

WAGNER, ALICE F., 92, of 6056 26th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Convalescent Care Center. She was born in Boston and came here in 1949 from Medford, Mass., and was a graduate of Rosary Academy and Boston Business College. Locally, she retired as an insurance secretary and was a member of Trinity United Church of Christ, past president of General Leonard Wood Auxiliary 8, Spanish American War Veterans, and past president of United Spanish War Veterans Widows Club. All Faiths Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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