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Belleair

SCHENCK, MIRIAM WEEKS, 86, of Belleair, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. She was born in Wilmington, N.C., and came here in 1955 from Macon, Ga. She was a member of Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Clearwater. Survivors include a son, C. Lewis, Gibraltar, Mich.; a sister, Anne Weeks, Hendersonville, N.C.; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Hubbell Funeral Home, Belleair Bluffs.

Clearwater

DILLON, VIOLA R., 94, of Clearwater, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Sunset Point Nursing Center, Clearwater. She came here in 1967 from her native Joliet, Ill., where she had worked as a secretary for Dilk's Construction Co. She was a member of St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a nephew, Bill Dillon, Norfolk, Mass. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

ELVIS, GRAYCE E., 83, of Clearwater, died Wednesday (March 2, 1994) at home. She was born in Woodbine, Iowa, and came here in 1963 from Kansas City, Mo. She had worked as an office manager in the dietary department at Clearwater Community Hospital. She was a member of Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a sister, Velma Cunningham, Marion, Ala. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Sylvan Abbey Chapel, Clearwater.

PARKER, FRANK, 88, of Clearwater, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at home. He was born in Nutley, N.J., and came here in 1965 from Greenwich, Conn. He was a chief clerk of the accounting department at the New York Transit Authority. He was a 40-year member of the Clearwater Power Squadron and held the ranks of squadron commander, district commander and rear commander. He worked 29 years as a volunteer for the American Red Cross. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Genevieve; two daughters, Gloria Shelley and Doris DePolo, both of Edgewater; three granddaughters; eight great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandsons. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

REISCH, NELLIE MARY, 77, of Clearwater, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Clearwater Community Hospital. She was born in Hartford, Conn., and came here in 1981 from Rockville-Vernon, Conn., where she worked as an assembler for LaPointe Industries. She attended St. Cecelia Catholic Church, Clearwater, and was a member of St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Rockville, Conn. Survivors include three sons, Donald, Clearwater, William and James, both of Westcliff, Conn.; a daughter, Dorothy Surdel, Cooper City; three brothers, Anthony Wilkinson, Ellington, Conn., Frank Wilkinson, Lehigh Acres, and Joseph Wilkinson, Coventry, Conn.; two sisters, Sophie Stephen, Lehigh Acres, and Ann Damata, Weathersfield, Conn.; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

RONSHAUSEN, EDWARD MARVIN, 86, of Clearwater, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at home. He was born in Washington County, Ohio, and came here in 1966 from Ohio. He was retired from Ohio Bell Telephone. He was a Methodist. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II and a member of the American Legion, Clearwater. Survivors include four sons, Alman, Palm Harbor, Jimmie R., West Lafayette, Ohio, Jon Tex, Cincinnati, and Gregory L., Seminole; three daughters, Patricia A. Browning, Dunedin, Connie R. Schmitt, Lutz, and Marcella V. Moreno, Cincinnati; 18 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

STANYER, LUCILE M., 92, of Sylva, N.C., formerly of Clearwater, died Wednesday (March 2, 1994) in Sylva. She was born in Columbus, Ga., and lived 38 years in Clearwater before moving to Sylva five years ago. She owned Stanyer's Grove and Gift Shop in Clearwater. She was a Protestant and a member of American Legion Auxiliary, Clearwater. Survivors include a daughter, Mary Ann Thorp, Sylva; a brother, Clarence Booth, Columbus; two grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-great grandchild. Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater.

STEIN, ANNE L., 81, Clearwater, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Hospice House, Clearwater. She was born in Chicago and came here in 1967 from Calumet City, Ill. She was a member of St. Cecelia Catholic Church and Kalmia Women's Club, both in Clearwater, St. Andrew's Catholic Church and St. Andrew's Sodiality in Calumet City. Survivors include two daughters, Joan Heinrich, Clearwater, and Geraldine McGing, Largo; three sisters, Katherine Milobar and Irene Doloczyki, both of Hammond, Ind., and Julia Willis, San Pedro, Calif.; two grandchildren, Michael J. McGing III, DeMotte, Ind., and Kimberly Kolosh, Dyer, Ind.; and a great-granddaughter, Kasey Ann Kolosh, Dyer. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

STEVENS-KOFSKEY, MARGARET, 48, of Clearwater, died Thursday (March 3, 1994) of a gunshot wound during a robbery at AmSouth Bank in Clearwater. She was born in Mount Pleasant, Texas, and came here last year from Birmingham, Ala. She was an assistant vice president of AmSouth Bank in Clearwater. Survivors include her husband, Jim Kofskey, Huntsville, Ala.; a stepson, James M. Kofskey, Fayetteville, Ga.; a stepdaughter, Katherine E. Kofskey, Monroe, La.; her parents, Jerry Stevens and W. Clarence Stevens, both of Omaha, Texas; and a sister, Emilia Stevens, Easthampton, Mass. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Largo Chapel.

SWARTZENBERG, ROBERT J., 80, of Clearwater, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was was born in Rochester, N.Y., and came here in 1979 from Lewiston, N.Y. He worked 43 years for Gannett Co. and was an advertising director for the Niagara Gazette in Niagara Falls, N.Y., and a display advertising manager for the Democrat Chronicle in Rochester. He was a Roman Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, Gary W., Lewiston; a daughter, Mary Ellen Elia, Tampa; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funmeral Homes, Sylvan Abbey Chapel, Clearwater.

Dunedin

CLARK, HAZEL R., 80, of Dunedin, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Bay Tree Nursing Center, Clearwater. She was born in Columbus, Ind., and came here in 1972 from Columbus, Ohio. She was a homemaker and a Protestant. Survivors include a son, Richard A., Dunedin; a daughter, Betty Welle, West Chester, Ohio; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

WHITE, ALEXANDERINA B., 85, of Dunedin, died Tuesday (March 1, 1994) at Clearwater Community Hospital. She was born in Scotland and came here in 1982 from Warren, Mich. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a stepdaughter, June Kowalski, Michigan; a niece; several cousins; several grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Abbey Parklawn Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

WIGHTMAN, GEORGE R., 92, of Dunedin, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Palm Garden of Clearwater. He was born in Scotland and came here in 1970 from Cranford, N.J. He was a mechanical engineer and had worked for Hexacon Electric Co. He was a member of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church and its church groups, Dunedin. Survivors include a son, William, Safety Harbor; two daughters, Marilyn Wightman, Cambridge, Mass., and Linda Runy, Oldsmar; a brother, Charles Wightman, Kilmarnock, Scotland; a sister, Janet Wightman, Edinburgh, Scotland; and five grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

ZENK, WILLIAM J., 78, of Dunedin, died Thursday (March 3, 1994) at Stratford Court of Palm Harbor. He was born in Omaha, Neb., and came here in 1978 from St. Paul, Minn. He worked 36 years for 3M in St. Paul. His memberships included Kirk of Dunedin, Lake Tarpon High Twelve Club 467, Ancient Landmark Lodge 5, St. Paul, Damascus Commandery 1 Knights of Templar, St. Paul, Asman Temple Shrine, St. Paul, and Minnesota Chapter 1 Royal Arch Masons, St. Paul. Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Sylvia; two sons, Darrell W. and Warren D., both of St. Paul; and 11 grandchildren. National Cremation Society, Largo.

Kenneth City

GARWOOD, WILLIAM C. JR., 72, of Kenneth City, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at home. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, and came here in 1970 from Woodbridge, Va. He was a contracting engineer and draftsman in the defense industry and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a Methodist. Survivors include his wife, Chery; a daughter, Gail A. Drury, Inglis; a stepdaughter, Amy Flinchum, St. Petersburg; a son, Terry A., Moravian Falls, N.C.; a stepson, Christopher Wood, Anchorage, Alaska; a brother, Walter, San Diego; and five grandchildren. Memorial Park Funeral Home-Cemetery, St. Petersburg.

ROMANO, FRANK D., 69, of Kenneth City, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at St. Petersburg General Hospital. Born in New York City, he came here in 1989 from Flushing, N.Y. He retired as director of the Environmental Protection Agency for the City of New York. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Locally, he was a member of the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle and a former member of Knights of Columbus. Survivors include his wife, Theresa; a daughter, Joan G. Bitale, Ballston Lake, N.Y.; a sister, Pat Abruzzo, Valley Stream, N.Y.; four brothers, Richard, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., August, Valley Stream, John, St. Petersburg, and Alfred, Pennsylvania; and three grandchildren. Thomas J. Brett Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

Largo

BRADBEER, ROBERT EDWIN, 78, of Largo, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Sandusky, Ohio, and came here in 1962 from Gadsden, Ala. He worked 38 years with Sears and retired as an executive. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a former director of Second National Bank of Clearwater, a vice chairman of the American Red Cross, Clearwater, a board member of Boy Scouts of America and a member of the Belleair Country Club. Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Marguerite T.; a son, Thomas G., Houston; a daughter, Grace Lyons, Sanibel; and three grandchildren. Hubbell Funeral Home, Belleair Bluffs.

GUSTIN, THELMA E., 80, of Largo, died Thursday (March 3, 1994) at Largo Medical Center Hospital. She was born in Friendship, N.Y., and moved here in 1967 from Downers Grove, Ill. She was a secular humanist and attended the University of Chicago. Survivors include her husband of 60 years, Harold; two sons, Richard A., Yonkers, N.Y., and David A., Springfield, Va.; and a granddaughter. C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home, Tyrone Chapel, St. Petersburg.

KUNKEL, LUCILLE DeWITT, 70, of Largo, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at home. She was born in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and came here in 1980 from Tallmadge, Ohio. She owned Junket Enterprises in Tallmadge. Survivors include a brother, Marion DeWitt, Clearwater; a cousin, Lillian Gordon, Delaware, Ohio; and a companion, John T. Henretta, Largo. Hubbell Funeral Home, Belleair Bluffs.

SALGADO, MALINA YVONNE, infant daughter of Airmen 1st Class Michelle and Raul Salgado Jr., Minot Air Force Base, N.D., formerly of Largo, died Thursday (Feb. 24, 1994) at Minot AFB Hospital. Survivors include her maternal grandparents, Doris and Lawrence Raes, Largo; paternal grandparents, E. Zoraida and Raul Salgado Sr., Fayetteville, Ga.; and great-grandparents, Richard and Helen Bona, Claremont, Harold and Pauline Brinkerhoff, Pinellas Park, and Juan A. Salgado Sr. Thomas Funeral Home, Minot, N.D.

Palm Harbor

CULIK, HORACE C., 73, of Palm Harbor, died Saturday (March 5, 1993) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Detroit and came here in 1984 from Lavonia, Mich. He was a partner in Redford Chrysler Plymouth in Detroit. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Westminister Presbyterian Church, Detroit, and Highland Lakes Association, Palm Harbor. Survivors include his wife, Joyce; two sons, Hugh and Kirk, both of Michigan; two daughters, Mary Culik and Jane Lauber, both of Michigan; a sister, Winifred Campbell, Massachusetts; and five grandchildren. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes, Dunedin Chapel.

NOBLE, RICHARD E., 84, of Palm Harbor, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Manor Care, Palm Harbor. He was born in Colfax, Iowa, and came here in 1981 from Pinehurst, N.C. He worked 29 years for American Cyanamide, Wayne, N.J., and retired as director of purchases. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi fraternity. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Dorothy K.; a son, Richard L., New Orleans; a daughter, Gail N. Conley, Chatham, N.J.; and four grandchildren. Thomas B. Dobies Funeral Home, Holiday.

St. Petersburg

BONBRIGHT, CARL F., 85, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Edward White Hospital. He came here in 1952 from his native Dayton, Ohio, where he was founder and owner of Bonbright Distributors for 49 years. He was a member of Lakewood Country Club and an officer in the United States Power Squadron. For 14 years, he was head timekeeper at the Lake Maggiore powerboat races. Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Ruth; a son, Jimmie W., Tierra Verde; a brother, Harry, Dayton; three granddaughters; and four great-grandchildren. Memorial Park Funeral Home-Cemetery, St. Petersburg.

CARUTHERS, BONNIE ELIZABETH, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Metropolitan General Hospital. Born in Statesville, Tenn., she came here in 1952 from Lebanon, Tenn. A cook at Clearwater Senior High School in 1952, she became cafeteria manager at Gibbs High School in 1953, retiring after 20 years in 1973. She was a 40-year member of Twentieth Street Church of Christ and served in its hospitality and funeral committees. Survivors include a daughter, Edna J. Schwab, Bloomfield, N.J.; a son, Edgar, St. Petersburg; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

COLBURN, LILY HARTMAN, 91, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 4, 1994). She was born in Gloversville, N.Y., and came here in 1949 from Torrington, Conn., where she founded Physicians & Surgeons Answering Service and operated a tourist home. Along with her late husband, Edward, she co-owned and operated Colburn Guest House on Beach Drive for 29 years and was a past president of St. Petersburg Guest House Association and St. Petersburg Business and Professional Women's Club. She also was a travel consultant and cruise escort at Shouppe Travel Center for several years. She was a member of Pilgrim Congregational Church, the Bethlehem Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and Amaranth Court 7. Survivors include a son, Edward E. Jr., Tarpon Springs; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several cousins in Denmark. Woodlawn Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

DAVIS, BARBARA M., 77, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 6, 1994). She was born in Camden, N.J., and came here in 1976 from Conesus, N.Y. She was a homemaker and a member of Holy Family Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Albert "Al"; two daughters, Mary Ann McClenathan, Seneca Falls, N.Y., and Katherine D. Barba, Greenwich, Conn.; two sons, Michael S., Naperville, Ill., and Patrick J., St. Petersburg; a sister, Anna Celeste, Buffalo, N.Y.; two brothers, Bernard Harkins, Hamburg, N.Y., and Dennis Harkins, Buffalo; and 13 grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes, Alan R. McLeod Chapel, St. Petersburg.

DAVIS, BESSIE MAE LAWSON, 48, of 430 37th St. S, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Bayfront Medical Center. She came here in 1947 from her native Waynesboro, Ga., and was a graduate of Gibbs High School. She retired after 18 years from E-Systems and was a member of the E-Systems Mixed Bowling League and TBA Bowling League. She was a member of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Anita Richardson and Laquetta Davis, her mother, Grace Lawson, and three brothers, William, Benjamin "Ted" and James M. Lawson, all of St. Petersburg; three sisters, Helen Bondu, Miami, Elinda Stanley, Washington, D.C., and Phyllis Boykins, St. Petersburg; her grandmother, Hussie Lee Lawson Gilchrish, Waynesboro; and three grandchildren. McRae Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

EVANS, NATHANIEL A. JR., 55, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at home. He was born in Fairmont, W.Va., and came here in 1959 from West Virginia. He retired as a nurse's assistant at TLC St. Petersburg Rehabilitation Center, now St. Petersburg Health Care Center, and was a Navy veteran. He was a member of Christ Church of Universal Love, Largo, where he served on the deacons' board and sang in Choir 1. Survivors include his wife, Mary; and a stepson, Bernard Rawls Jr., and stepgrandson, Bernard L. Rawls III, both of St. Petersburg. Young's Funeral Home, Clearwater.

GRANT, MARGARETHE F., 82, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at St. Anthony's Hospital. She came here in 1911 from her native Chicago. She was a Unitarian and a member of Lakewood Country Club. Survivors include a son, Donald L., St. Petersburg; a daughter, Elizabeth L. Wagner, Somerville, Tenn.; a brother, Max Fitz Jr., Yakima, Wash.; a sister, Dorothy F. Rice, Great Falls, Mont.; and four grandchildren. John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, St. Petersburg.

KEOUGH, JOHN M. JR., 21, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) in Richmond, Ky., where he was a student at Eastern Kentucky University since 1991. A St. Petersburg native, he was a 1991 graduate of Boca Ciega High School, where he was a four-year honor student, captain of the varsity football team for two years and member of the track team and the Principal's All Star team. He also played on the 1990 All Pinellas, All Conference, St. Petersburg Times and Tampa Tribune football teams. He was a member of the Exchange Club All City Academic football team for two years and was the St. Petersburg Quarterback Club's Outstanding senior football player. He was a life member of Boy Scouts of America and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints in Seminole. A defensive guard with Eastern Kentucky University's football team, which won the Ohio Valley Conference Championship this year, he also participated in the National Championship IAA playoffs. Survivors include his parents, Mary and John Keough Sr., and a sister, Tiffany DiMiceli, all of St. Petersburg; his paternal grandmother, June Merry, South Pasadena; and a niece, Heather DiMiceli, St. Petersburg. Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

MORROW, MARY JANE FLEEK, 42, of Fort Mill, S.C., and formerly of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at White Oak Manor, Rock Hill, S.C. She was born in Radford, Va., and lived here from 1962 to 1975. A graduate of Dixie Hollins High School and Pfiffer College, Misenheimer, N.C., she worked at Duke Power Co., Charlotte, N.C. Locally, she attended Christ United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, John A.; and her mother, Billie Fleek, St. Petersburg. Whitesell-Wolfe Funeral Home, Fort Mill, S.C.

MURA, MARJORIE M., 73, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 6, 1994) at Convalescent Care & Rehabilitation Center. She came here in 1980 from her native Rochester, N.Y., where she worked for Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. She was a member of Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church and American Legion Post 125 Auxiliary. Survivors include her husband, James; a son, David, Rochester; a sister, Dorothy Scambati, California; and four grandsons. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home, Gulfport.

SPANO, CARMELA, 74, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at home. She was born in Italy and was a seasonal resident here from Ottawa since 1986. Survivors include her husband, Filippo; three daughters, Antoinette Bentivoglio, Theresa Gentile and Josephine Lingueri, all of Ottawa; and six grandchildren. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home, Gulfport.

STOKES, ELIZABETH, 93, of 974 24th Ave. S, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Bay Pointe Nursing Pavilion. Born in Boston, Ga., she came here in 1939 from West Palm Beach and was a member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Charlie W. and John W. of St. Petersburg; 10 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Creal Funeral Home, Dr. M.

L. King Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

WARREN, ALBERTA, 83, of 305 Dr. M.L. King (Ninth) St. S, Apt. 10, St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at her niece's home. Born in Dunnellon, she came here in 1984 from Pittsburgh, where she was a housekeeper. She was a member of Bethel Community Baptist Church and Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include a sister, Theola Pinkney, St. Petersburg; and a granddaughter, Durinda Brown, Chicago. McRae Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

WATSON, MARION M., 83, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (March 5, 1994) at Whitehall Nursing Home. She came here in 1953 from her native Southport, N.C. A 1945 graduate with a master's degree from the University of North Carolina, she retired in 1971 from Pinellas County School System as a supervisor of elementary curriculum after 15 years. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and the Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority International. Survivors include a sister, Elizabeth W. Griffin, Southport; and two brothers, Harold B. Watson, Long Beach, N.C., and David W. Watson, Clearwater. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes, Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

South Pasadena

BELL, LILLIAN M., 86, of South Pasadena, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Majestic Towers Health Care Center. She was born in Richmond Hill, N.Y., and came here in 1975 from Floral Park, N.Y. She was an investigator for the federal government. Locally, she was a member of St. John's Catholic Church and was a volunteer at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. Survivors include a son, Daniel J. Ashley, Westport, Conn.; and three grandchildren. Beach Memorial Chapel, St. Petersburg Beach.

HUGHES, JAMES DeWITT, 63, of South Pasadena, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at Convalescent Care & Rehabilibation Center. He was born in Jackson, Miss., and came here in 1984 from Houston. He retired as a parts service man from Ford Motor Co. and worked for several local automobile dealerships. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; three sons, James, Houston, and Bruce and Keith of St. Petersburg; a daughter, Elizabeth Hughes, Little Rock, Ark.; 10 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Gulf Breeze Cremation Society, Clearwater.

Tarpon Springs

BRATSAKIS, CHRISANTHI, ANTONIADES MEGALOUDIS, 84, of Tarpon Springs, died Friday (March 4, 1994) at home. She was born in Symi, Greece, and came here in the 1930s from Campbell, Ohio. She owned and operated with her husband the New York Cleaners and Tailors in Tarpon Springs. She was a life member of the Symi Association and the Hellenic Benevolent Association. She was a member of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Tarpon Springs Historical Society and the Philoptochos Society. Survivors include a son, Demos Megaloudis, Tarpon Springs; two daughters, Helen Cantonis Campbell, Dunedin, and Angie Huddleston, Tarpon Springs; a brother, Paul Antoniades, Tarpon Springs; two sisters, Anna Balaskas, Tarpon Springs, and Nora Katsaris, Campbell; two stepsons, Andrew Bratsakis, Chicago, and John Bratsakis, Valparaiso, Ind.; two stepdaughters, Irene Flesor, Largo, and Betty Kontra, Columbia, Mo.; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Vinson Funeral Home, Tarpon Springs.

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