Published Aug. 27, 1993|Updated Oct. 9, 2005

HALL, AUDREY, 67, of Crystal River, died Wednesday (Aug 25, 1993). Born in Davy, W. Va., she came here 19 years ago from Welch, W. Va. She was an artist. Survivors include a son, Woodrow N., Jacksonville, N.C.; three daughters, Betty L. Hall, Rockledge, and Drema Silbernagle and Pamela Mullins, both of Orlando; three brothers, William Richardson, Crystal River, Pete Richardson, Palm Harbor, and Sam Richardson, Concord, Va.; two sisters, Lorraine Hawkins, and Ora Wells, both of Crystal River; nine grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Strickland Funeral Home, Crystal River.


KENNEY, CHARLES "PAT," 80, of Brookridge, Brooksville, died Wednesday (Aug. 25, 1993) at Evergreen Woods Retirement Center. Born in Philadelphia, he came here 19 years ago from Maywood, N.J. He was a retired district manager of circulation for the Record newspaper in Hackensack, N.J., and a member and Eucharist minister of St. Anthony's Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, an officer of the Brookridge Blood Bank and chairman of the First Brookridge Christmas Home Decorations Committee. He was elected council member and served on the committee of Troop 77 of the Boy Scouts of America, as vice president of the Parent Teachers Association and as a member of the First Recreation Committee and was founder of the annual Halloween Festival, all of Maywood. Survivors include a son John G., Elyria, Ohio; a daughter, Martha DiPaula, Ossining, N.Y.; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Pinecrest Funeral Chapel, Brooksville.


LAKATOS, JOLAN T., 79, of Spring Hill, died Wednesday (Aug. 25, 1993). She was born in South Bend, Ind. Survivors include two sons, James P., Grand Rapids, Mich., and Peter Albert, St. Petersburg; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Brewer Memorial Funeral Home, Seven Hills Chapel, Spring Hill.


SHAUMAN, WILLIAM R., 93, of Beverly Hills, died Wednesday (Aug. 25, 1993). Born in Latvia, he came here 16 years ago from Bayside, N.Y. He was a retired employee for Pfizer Pharmaceutical Co. and a Lutheran. Survivors include a brother, Ernests Saumanis, Beverly Hills. Hooper Funeral Home, Beverly Hills.