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SOUTH PINELLASAPPEL, FLORENCE F., 84, St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at St. Anthony's Hospital. A native of Brooklyn, she came here in 1959 from Staten Island, N.Y. Locally, she was a member of the Westminister Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Stephen W.; a son, Stephen W. II, Tampa; a daughter, Margaret F. Rocheleau, Madeira Beach; a brother, William Cronin, Florida; and two grandson, Steven W. III, and Sean Appel, Tampa. Alan R. McLeod Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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BINDER, ROBERT J., 70, of 4945 Coquina Key Drive SE, St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at home. He came here in 1956 from his native Fremont, Ohio. Locally, he retired in 1986 as head maintenance man at Lakewood Country Club. A Navy gunner's mate during World War II, he was a member of American Legion Post 125 and AMVETS. He was a member of National Rifle Association and attended the Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Gulfport. Survivors include two daughters, Cheryl McCord, Lakeland, and Linda Garrabrant, Tarpon Springs; three brothers, Joseph, William and Gerald, all of Ohio; eight sisters, Dolores Orndorff, Marilyn Miller, Barbara Drown and Judith Angelone, all of Ohio, Norma Jean Price, Fort Lauderdale, Audrey Papia, Tampa, Janet Freeze, Georgia, and Diana Binder, Michigan; and three grandchildren. Easter & Gross Funeral Home, Gulfport.

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BRAUNSTEIN, FANNIE, 93, of Baltimore, Md., and formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at the Bel Air Convalescent Home. She was born in Russia and lived in St. Petersburg for several years, before moving to Baltimore. She was a member of the National Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah. Survivors include a daughter, Shirley B. Goldberg, Bel-Air; five grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. David C. Gross Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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BROUGHALL, IDA MAY, 88, of 10115 36th Way N, Pinellas Park, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Humana Hospital-Northside. She was born in Nova Scotia, Canada, and came here in 1946 from Boston. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Pinellas Park. Survivors include a niece, Dorothy Tompkins, Pinellas Park. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

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CARFAGNO, SYLVESTER J. "SYL," 75, St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at home. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came here in 1986 from Westbury, N.Y., where he was owner-president of Thoro Brokerage Corp., a general insurance agency and formerly worked for Brooklyn Eagle. He was a member of Sons of Italy, Elks Club and North Hill Country Club, all of Manhasset, N.Y. Locally, he was a member of the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle. During World War II, he served in the Army with the Searchlight Battalion of the Anti-Aircraft Division. Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Sally; a daughter, Ann Fritz, Kennesaw, Ga.; a brother, Ralph, Manhasset; four sisters, Jennie Nappi, Port Jefferson, N.Y., Rose Arlo, West Hempstead, N.Y., Mary Roccaforte and Florence Collins of Long Island, N.Y.; and a grandson, James Fritz. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Home, Bobbitt Chapel, St. Petersburg.

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CAVENDER, ORA MILLER, 93, of Pinellas Park, and formerly of Tyler Heights, W.Va., died Friday (June 7, 1991) at the Sunshine Village Nursing Home, Pinellas Park. She was born in Tuppers Creek, W.Va. She was a member of Community Chapel, Tyler Mountain, W.Va. Survivors include four sons, Otis L., Reedy, W.Va., John H., Charleston, W.Va., Donald R., Escondido, Calif., and Robert O., Largo; a daughter, Doris E. McCurdy, Punta Gorda; 13 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Good Shepherd Mortuary, South Charleston, W.Va.

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COFFEE, KENNETH LOREN, 63, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at St. Anthony's Hospital. He was born in Mountain Home, Ark., and came here in 1981 from Houston, Texas. He was in the maintenance department at the Suncoast Medical Supply. An Air Force veteran, he served during World War II and the Korean War. Survivors include seven daughters, Darella Banks, Houston, Sherry Wirth, Willard, Mo., Lisa Ott, Springfield, Mo., Leight Palmer, Joplin, Mo., April O'Grady, Newport News, Va., and Kelly and Karen Coffee of Grand Cayman Islands. Beach Memorial Chapel, St. Petersburg Beach.

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DEWEY, ELSIE PACK, 93, of 830 North Shore Drive NE, St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991). She came here in 1971 from her native, Syracuse, N.Y., where she was a graduate of Syracuse University. For 35 years she was a librarian in Dayton, Ohio, and Syracuse and was a member of Tri Delta sorority. Locally, she was a member of the Friends of the Library of St. Petersburg and Westminister United Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Lester Hopton, Grosse Pointe, Mich.; several cousins, nieces and nephews. Mathews-Palms Memorial Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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DICKSON, JAMES D., 70, of 4701 48th Ave. N, St. Petersburg, died Friday (May 31, 1991) at Humana Hospital-Northside. He was born in Seattle, Wash., he came here in 1980 from Alabama. He was a mobile home salesman. During World War, he served in the Navy. He was a Catholic. Survivors include a son, James, Pensacola; three daughters, Connie Simon, Orlando, Barbara Carnes, Castro Valley, Calif., and Debbie Watts, Santa Barbara, Calif.; and a sister, Patricia Burnstin, Seattle. All Faiths Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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EDWARDS, FLORENCE H., 78, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. She was born in Haverhill, Mass., and came here in 1960 from Staten Island, N.Y. She was a registered nurse. Survivors include a son, Harry, St. Petersburg; and a daughter, Terry LaJoie, Gulfport. American Burial & Cremation Services.

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GLASS, JANIE MAE LYNCH, 46, of 715 Preston Ave. S, St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at home. She came here in 1955 from her native, Waynesboro, Ga. She was a member of Twentieth Street Church of Christ. Survivors include two daughters, Linda Lee and Gwenette Davis, her mother, Marie Lynch; and two sisters, Yvonne Simmon and Annie Jefferson, all of St. Petersburg; two brothers, Robert Lynch, St. Petersburg, and Henry Lynch, Waynesboro, Ga.; maternal grandmother, Daisy White, Waynesboro; and four grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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HAERR, ROGER S., 74, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Bayfront Medical Center. He was born in Springfield, Ohio, and came here in 1983 from Arkansas. He was a manager for Rockwell International for 30 years. During World War II, he served in the Army Air Forces. He was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Alma; a son, Roger D., St. Petersburg; and two brothers, Eugene, St. Petersburg, and William, Springfield. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

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HAUSSE, OLIVE T., 93, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Whitehall Nursing Home. She was born in Mattoon, Ill., and came here in 1946 from Chicago. Locally, she was a member of First United Methodist Church and the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. Survivors include a stepdaughter, Peggy Metzner, Madison, Wis.; a sister, Jessie Tavenner, St. Petersburg; and a cousin, Harry Clark, California. John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, St. Petersburg.

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HOPKINS, ROBERTA C., 84, of Crosswinds Mobile Home Park, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. Born in Franklin, Ohio and came here in 1971 from Cincinnati. She was a seamstress. Survivors include a son, Edward Cochran, Germantown, Ohio; and a sister, Marion Clifton, St. Petersburg. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

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HORNER, EDWARD P. III, 74, of 1000 24th St. N, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Sun Bay Medical Center, St. Petersburg. He was born in Staten Island, N.Y. He was a Protestant. Locally, he worked as a security guard at Bayfront Towers. During World War II, he served in the Marine Corps. Survivors include a son, David, Oakland, N.J.; two daughters, Carolyn Horner-Cameron, St. Petersburg, and Jackie Lingerman, Chestertown, Md.; a brother, Kenneth, Whiting, N.J.; and three grandchildren. All Faiths Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

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KEEFER, HAROLD T., 82, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at Swanholm Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. He was born in Pittsburgh, and came here in 1975 from St. Louis and was a salesman. He was a member of the Penn State Alumni Association. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, Harold Jr., Orlando; two daughters, Patricia Brady, Charlotte, N.C., and Gail C. Ryle, Pinellas Park. Royal Palm Cemetery, St. Petersburg.

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KIRKPATRICK, GEORGE CLAYTON, 77, of Redington Beach, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. He was born in Portland, Ore., and came here from Chalfont, Pa. He was an aircraft inspector. He was an Episcopalian. Survivors include his wife, Jean; two sons, Donald G., Beltsville, Md., and Douglas C.; a sister, Margaret Erickson, Tucson, Ariz.; and two grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

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MAZANET, ANNE E., 88, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at University General Hospital, Seminole. She came here in 1970 from her native Chicago, where she was a medical secretary. Locally, she was a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church and the Ladies of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors include her husband, Edward; a daughter-in-law, Bonnie Jean Gubbins, Vernon Hills, Ill.; a stepson, John Mazanet, Cary, Ill.; two stepdaughters, Betty Hanus, Silver City, N.M., and Judith Carnaghi, Eddy, Texas; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Raymond M. Hook & Son Funeral Home, Seminole.

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PHARES, VICTORIA, 70, of 10385 Paradise Blvd. 34, Treasure Island, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at her residence. She was born in Cardale, Pa., and came here in 1975 from New Jersey. She was a retired schoolteacher. A Navy veteran, she was one of the first WAVES to complete training. Survivors include a daughter, Linda Phares, St. Petersburg; a brother, Stanley, Vero Beach; two sisters Mary, Beaver, Pa., and Nelle, Chicago. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

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RYLE, ERLING ORLA, 47, of 6832 79th Ave. N, Pinellas Park, died Thursday (June 6, 1991) at Suncoast Hospital, Largo. Born in Denmark, he came here in 1989 from Copenhagen. Survivors include his wife, Gail M.; a son, Frank, and a daughter, Cammila, both of Denmark; and an aunt, Viola Fredriksen, Belleair. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

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SANDIFER, KENNETH P., 55, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at home after a long illness. A native of Bogalusa, La., he came here in 1976 from Louisville, Ky. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War and an Air Force veteran of Vietnam and was awarded the Bronze Star for service there. After retiring from the military, he was a Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controller for 16 years and received numerous service awards. Survivors include his wife, Sharon J.; three daughters, Stephanie Keith, Killeen, Texas, Debbie Sandifer, Clearwater, and Jennifer Sandifer, St. Petersburg; a stepdaughter, Lisa Kullack, St. Petersburg; a stepson, Greg Kullack, St. Petersburg; a sister, Barbara Sandifer Kennedy, Bogalusa; and six grandchildren. Alan R. McLeod Funeral Directors, St. Petersburg.

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SCHIFFGEN, JOHN H., 16, of Altamonte Springs, died Monday (June 10, 1991) in Orlando. A native of St. Petersburg, he moved to Altamonte Springs in 1984, where he was a high school student. He was a Catholic. Survivors include his father, John S., Clearwater; and his mother, Joleen Hagan, and a sister, Shawn Emilo, both of Altamonte Springs. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Forest City Chapel, Altamonte Springs.

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SOLAN, ROBERT J., 71, of Redington Beach, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at the VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. He came here in 1981 from his native Chicago, where he was a driver for ETMF Trucking Co. and was a member of the Teamsters Local 705. Locally, he was a member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. During World War II, he served in the Army. He was a member of Holiday Isles VFW Post 4256, Madeira Beach. Survivors include his wife, Florenz; two brothers, Andrew, Cudahy, Wis., and Harry, Chicago; a sister, Jean Modesti, Chicago; and several nieces and nephews. Raymond M. Hook & Son Funeral Home, Seminole.

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TAYLOR, CAPT. WILLIAM E. G., 85, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. He was born in Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and came here in 1979 from Greece. A retired Navy officer, he was a member of the Retired Naval Officers Association and was the first leader of the Eagle Squadron of American volunteers in the Royal Air Force. For part of World War II, he served in the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force before resuming his U.S. Navy commission in 1940. Later, he was on loan to the Army Air Forces Hawaiian Interceptor Command and was setting up fighter defenses when Pearl Harbor was attacked. He was vice president and assistant to the president of Scandinavian Air Systems. Survivors include a brother, Timothy G., Annapolis, Md.; and a sister, Marjorie T. Paul, San Diego. Kenfield-Woodlawn Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

NORTH PINELLAS

BIE, EMIL, 83, of Dunedin, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Manor Care of Dunedin. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came here in 1976 from Long Island, N.Y. He worked as a personnel director at the U.S. Department of Labor and was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include a daughter, Inga Bie, Clearwater. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

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BISHOP, LUCILLE W., 87, of Largo, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at home. She came here in 1951 from her native Rochester, N.Y., where she worked as an inspector at Eastman Kodak Co. Survivors include a son, Laurence; a brother, Lawrence Weisner; and two sisters, Bernadine Hull and Florence Hendrickson. Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater.

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DOAK, ARTHUR ALEXANDER, 81, of Palm Harbor, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Manor Care of Palm Harbor. He was born in Washington and came here in 1980 from Sisterville, W.Va. He was a securities broker and a life member of American Legion Post 67, Sisterville. He was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Eloise; a son, Daniel A., Jensen Beach; a brother, Everett E. Doak, Wilmington, Del.; a sister, Audrey Wells, Santa Barbara, Calif.; and three grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

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DOUGLAS, JOHN G., 78, of Clearwater, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at home. He was born in Croswell, Mich., and came here in 1978 from Western Springs, Ill., where he was a vice president at Lincoln Federal Savings and Loan. He was a Mason and a member of the Kiwanis Club and Clearwater Country Club. Survivors include his wife, Mable B.; a son, John H., Bartlett, Ill.; a daughter, Judith Douglas, Birmingham, Mich.; a brother, Kenneth Douglas, River Forest, Ill.; and six grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater.

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FULLER, RUSSELL W., 86, of St. Petersburg, formerly of Largo, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at Bon Secours Maria Manor Nursing Home, St. Petersburg. He was born in Saugerties, N.Y., and came here in 1975 from Rochester, N.Y., where he was a locomotive engineer with the Penn Central Railroad. He was a member of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. He was a 32nd degree Mason at Star Lodge, Largo, and he was a Catholic. Survivors include two sons, Russell E., Whitesville, Ky., and Lester C., Dunkirk, N.Y.; a sister, Erma Burk, Kerrville, Texas; a niece; two grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Sanctuary Funeral Home, Seminole.

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HOGAN, WILLIAM ELWOOD, 86, of Clearwater, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1937 from his native Augusta, Ga. He was a tax accountant and owned William E. Hogan & Associates, Tampa. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Geneva I.; three sons, Elwood Jr., Clearwater, Thomas Sheridan, Brooksville, and Dilmus D., Fort Meyers; a daughter, Judith G. Boggess, Clearwater; a brother, Ellis M. Hogan, Augusta; two sisters, Vivian Jenny, Charlotte, N.C., and Fay Boatright, Augusta; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

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JORDAN, CATHERINE M., 84, of Seminole and Carnegie, Pa., died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at home. She was born in Pittsburgh and had been a seasonal resident here since 1976 from Carnegie. She was a homemaker, and she was Catholic. Survivors include two sons, James M., Carnegie, and Robert, Bethel Park, Pa.; a sister, Maria Appel, Pittsburgh; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Florida Mortuary, Tampa Chapel.

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LACY, DOUGLAS E., 51, of Oldsmar, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Tampa General Hospital. He was born in Chicago and came here in 1971 from Evansville, Ind., where he was an assembler at Whirlpool Corp. He was a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include a son, Douglas E. Jr., Dunedin; three daughters, Tisha Seifert, Dunedin, Kathy Lacy, Tarpon Springs, and Angela Lacy, Thomasville, Ga.; his mother, Dorothy Howard Manos, Tarpon Springs; a brother, Roger D. Lacy, Tarpon Springs; a sister, Jo Ann Bissey, Holiday; and four grandchildren. Vinson Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs.

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LeMETAIS, MARIAN R., 100, of Lakeland, formerly of Clearwater, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at Arbors at Lakeland Nursing Home. She was born in England and had been a Florida resident since 1948. Survivors include a nephew, Frederick J. Cross, Haverhill, Maine; and a niece, Kathleen Smith, Beverly, Maine. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

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MOSHER, EVELYN W., 83, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Mease Hospital Dunedin. She was born in Irwin, Pa., and came here in 1979 from Dravosburg, Pa. She was a stenographer at Westinghouse Electric Co., Pittsburgh. Survivors include her husband, Alois; a son, Paul W. Packet, Friendsville, Md.; three sisters, Laura Lackey, Export, Pa., Mabel Snyder, Irwin, and Jean Hill, Vero Beach; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Sylvan Abbey Chapel, Clearwater.

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NEWBERN, MARGIE, 74, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She came here in 1940 from her native Branford. She was a homemaker and a member of Sylvan Abbey United Methodist Church, Clearwater. Survivors include two sons, James, Haines City, and Barney, Leesburg; a daughter, Linda Cannaday, Safety Harbor; two brothers, Henry Jones, Moultrie, Ga., and Marcus Mills, Lecanto; a sister, Martha Bell, Branford; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

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REILLY, MAUDE E. "SIS," 78, of Clearwater, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at Mease Hospital Dunedin. She was born in Albany, N.Y., and came here in 1971 from Kings Park, N.Y. She was a homemaker and a Protestant. Survivors include her husband, Frank. Curlew Hills Crematory, Palm Harbor.

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RUSSELL, HARRIET I., 80, of Tarpon Springs, died Saturday (June 8, 1991) at Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, Tarpon Springs. She came here in 1975 from her native Buffalo, N.Y., where she worked as an animal caretaker at the University of Buffalo. She was a Protestant. Survivors include a sister, Eleanora Gruber, Tarpon Springs; a niece, Carol Sturm, Tarpon Springs; and a great-niece, Tracy Ann Sturm, Charlotte, N.C. Curlew Hills Crematory, Palm Harbor.

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SEAMAN, HELEN UNDERHILL, 80, of Dunedin, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Mease Hospital Dunedin. She was born in Glens Falls, N.Y., and came here in 1988 from Malone, N.Y. She was a teacher and a member of New York State Retired Teachers Association, Capettes of Clearwater Golf Park and Chi Chi Women's Golf League. She was a Methodist. Survivors include a brother, Willard H. Seaman, Casselberry; several nieces and nephews; and two companions, Geraldine Sennett and Marion Daly, both of Dunedin. Curlew Hills Crematory, Palm Harbor.

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SIEB, HENRY J. "HANK," 85, of Clearwater, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) at Mease Hospital Countryside, Safety Harbor. He was born in Yonkers, N.Y., and came here in 1974 from Cleveland, where he worked 46 years as a traffic superintendent for the Erie Railroad. He was a member of Clifton Masonic Lodge 664 F&AM, Lake Erie Consistory, Al'Koran Shrine Temple and Bay Shrine, all in Cleveland, and Clearwater Shrine and "N" Club, both in Clearwater. He was a past commander and life member of U.S. Power Squadron and a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, Betty G.; a brother, George Sieb, Lakewood, N.J.; three sisters, Bettie Brooks and Helen Wheaton, both of Lakewood, and Dorothy Pardini, Neptune, N.J.; a nephew; and four nieces. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

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SMITH, JOSEPHINE, 88, of Dunedin, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Mease Hospital Dunedin. She was born in Vienna, Austria, and came here in 1962 from Long Beach, New York. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Dunedin. Survivors include two nephews, Frank X. Steiner, Fort Pierce, and John Steiner, Sparkill, N.Y.; and a niece, Elizabeth George, Bradford, Pa. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

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WOLFERSBERGER, EDNA M., 85, of Clearwater, died Thursday (June 6, 1991) at Belleair East Health Center. She was born in Chicago and came here in 1968 from Englewood Cliffs, N.J. She was a teacher in Chicago. Locally, she was a member of the Largo East Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. She also served as a pioneer in a congregation in Chicago. Survivors include a stepson, Charles, Largo; two sisters, Ellen Anderson and Edith Benson, both of Largo; two step-grandchildren; and five step-great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Clearwater.

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YARMESKY, THOMAS, 82, of Palm Harbor, died Wednesday (June 5, 1991) at Clearwater Community Hospital. He was born in West Springfield, Mass., and came here in 1972 from Westfield, Mass. He was a tool and die maker and a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Dunedin. Survivors include a son, David, Holyoke, Mass.; three daughters, Theresa Pavel, Woodridge, Ill., Nancy Wojcek, Westfield, and Jo-an Totty, Palm Harbor; a brother, John Yarmesky, Westfield; a companion, Mary Woodward, Palm Harbor; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Holiday.

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