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BRADSHAW, CHARLES DOUGLAS "DOUG," 20, of Brandon, died Monday (June 10, 1991) of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born in Tampa and was a physical therapist aide. He was a student at Hillsborough Community College and a member of Nativity Catholic Church. He was a doorman at Off Limits nightclub in Brandon. He held a black belt in Tae Kwon do and was a former state champion and competed in the 1989 Junior Olympics and the 1989 National Championships. Survivors include his mother, Mary Martinez Satterfield, New Orleans; his father, Charles William Bradshaw, Tampa; two sisters, Lora and Megan Bradshaw, both of Tampa; his maternal grandparents, Benigno A. Martinez Jr. and Mary Carolyn Champagne Martinez, New Orleans; and his paternal grandmother, Margaret Fitzsimons Bradshaw, New Orleans. Florida Mortuary, Tampa.+ + +

ENGLISH, UARDA H., 88, of Tampa, died Monday (June 10, 1991) in Tampa. She was born in Shinglehouse, Pa., and came here 20 years ago from Abington, Pa. She was a homemaker and a Protestant. Survivors include two brothers, Fred Huntington, Coshocton, Ohio, and C. Porter Huntington, Johnstown, Pa.; and a sister, Olive Van Nest, Florida. F. T. Blount Funeral Home, Nebraska Chapel, Tampa.

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FURNARI, MARIO, 87, of Sun City Center, died Tuesday (June 11, 1991) at South Bay Hospital. He was born in Santa Lucia, Italy, and came here in 1982 from Miami. He was retired southern regional manager for Air Express International and a Catholic. He was a volunteer at South Bay Hospital for five and a half years and was a member of Sun City Center Chamber of Commerce, Sun City Center Chapter of Mended Hearts and Americans of Italian Heritage. Survivors include his wife, Jaye M.; a daughter, Josephine Stewart, Chicago; two brothers, Joseph, Miami, and James, Yonkers, N.Y.; a sister, Mary Porcelli, DeLand; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin.

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GLASSEN, WILLIAM EDWARD II, 19, of Lutz, died Sunday (June 9, 1991) of injuries sustained in an auto accident in St. Petersburg. He was born in Tampa and was a student at Hillsborough Community College. He was employed by McPherson Manufacturing and was a member of the Hot Rod Camaro Club. Survivors include his parents, Robert and Joyce, Lutz; a brother, Johnny R., Lutz; maternal grandmother, Opal Ragsdale, Odessa; and paternal grandmother, Emma Glassen, Lutz. Garden of Memories-Myrtle Hill Funeral Home, Tampa.

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GRECO, SAM S., 80, of Tampa, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at St. Joseph's Hospital. He was born in Tampa and was owner and operator of Sam's Barbershop in Hyde Park from 1949 until his retirement in 1980. He was a 1930 graduate of Hillsborough High School and a Catholic. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the European Theater with the 979th Field Artillery Battalion. Survivors include his wife of 45 years, Alice Garcia Greco; a son, Carl S., Tampa; three daughters, Norma King, Brandon, Carmen Greco, Tampa, and Sylvia Hastings, Valrico; two sisters, Rose Greco and Mary Sanchez, both of Tampa; and five grandchildren. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

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GROFF, ASHLI RAE, infant daughter of Jerry and Cynthia Groff of Brandon, died Friday (June 7, 1991) at Humana Hospital-Brandon. Other survivors include her paternal grandmother, Sharon Martin, St. Paul, Minn., maternal grandmother, Narlene Link, Brandon; maternal grandfather, Jeffrey Kohrt, Brandon; paternal great-grandmother, Helen Groff, Valrico; maternal great-grandmother, Lillian Wolke, Milwaukee; and maternal great-grandparents, Harold and Lillian Link, Beaver Dam, Wis. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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MAUTE, IMANUEL "EMON," 70, of Lutz, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at University Community Hospital. He was born in Germany and came here 26 years ago from Texas. He was a purchasing agent for the Air Force and after retirement was a purchasing agent for the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office for 13 years. He was a member of Forest Hills Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Norma; a son, Kurt, Huntsville, Ala.; three daughters, Suzanne Tubbs, Palm Coast, Anita Fielder, Tampa, and Denise Waters, Towson, Md.; a sister, Louise Heck, Indian Harbor Beach; and five grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Lutz-Land O'Lakes Chapel.

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MYERS, EARL LEE, 57, of Riverview, died Monday (June 10, 1991) at home. He was born in Wisner, Mich., and came here in 1977 from Akron, Mich. He was a gas station owner and a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Myers; three sons, Kevin E., Kirk A., and Michael B., all of Riverview; three daughters, Rhonda Ralston, Gaylord, Mich., Tommy Carpenter, Plumbwood, Ohio, and Kristi Wink, Balm; five sisters, Marian Dennis, Beaverton, Mich., Devera Goky, Sun City Center, Eloise Early, Elkton, Mich., Geraldine Perkins, Port Clinton, Ohio, and Sherrill Reaver, Marlette, Mich; and nine grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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PHILLIPS, CARLTON M. JR., 58, of Tampa, died Tuesday (June 11, 1991) at home. He was born in New Britain, Conn., and came here 15 years ago from Bolton, Conn. He was an electrician and a member of St. John Presbyterian Church. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, Flora M.; a son, Mark C., Wesley Chapel; four stepsons, Michael and Timothy Bahrs, both of Tampa, Clifford Bahrs, Bethesda, Md., and Danny Bahrs, Michigan; a daughter, Susanne Liebert, Zephyrhills; a stepdaughter, Lois Myers, Tampa; a sister, Alice McAteer, Levittown, N.Y.; and five step-grandchildren. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Brandon.

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SIMMONS, ROBERT C., 86, of Tampa, died Tuesday (June 11, 1991) in Tampa. He was born in Ocala and came here in 1946. He was retired metropolitan manager of the Florida State Employment Office. His career in employment services began in 1934 in Ocala as an interviewer for the National Employment Service. He was a member of Marion Dunn Masonic Lodge 19, F&AM, and in 1974 received a distinguished service award from Tampa Mayor William Poe and County Commissioner Fran Davin for his years of service on the Manpower Advisory Committee. He was a member of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, the International Association of Personnel and Employment Security and the Tampa Economic Opportunity Council. Survivors include two sisters-in-law, Ruth V. Herrin, Oklawaha, and Theo V. Hickman, Homestead; and several nieces and nephews. Curry & Son Funeral Home, Tampa.

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