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HILLSBOROUGH OBITUARIES

COOLEY, JACKIE, 73, of Sun City Center, died Friday (June 30, 1995) in Sun City Center. She was born in Newport, Ky., and came here 17 years ago. She was a typist and was employed by an accounting office. She was a Baptist and a member of the Chit Chat Club. Survivors include her husband, Gordon S.; three sons, Glenn A., Spokane, Wash., Jerry L., Tampa, and Steven R., St. Petersburg; a daughter, Florence Cooley-Smith, Newport, Ky.; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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KELLY, THOMAS M., 75, of Riverview, died Thursday (June 29, 1995) at home. He was born in Pittsburgh and came here in 1981. He was a retired pipefitter and crew leader for J & L Steel Co. in Pittsburgh. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of St. Anne's Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and United Steel Workers of America Local 1843. Survivors include his wife, Gladys; and two daughters, Nancy K. Lambert, Natrona Heights, Pa., and Sundee C. Kelly, Ruskin. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin.

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LEWIS, WILLIAM "TONY," 67, of Gibsonton, died Friday (June 30, 1995) at Memorial Hospital of Tampa. He was born in Sarasota and lived in Gibsonton most of his life. He owned and operated T & E Auto Service in Gibsonton and was a Navy veteran of the Korean War. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Gibsonton and Elks Lodge 2383, Brandon. He was a member of the International Independent Showmen's Association and the lead welders union. He was a 32nd-degree Mason and a member of Scottish Rite and Egypt Shrine Temple. Survivors include his wife, Eunice; a son, Ronald M., Gibsonton; a daughter, Judy Calhoun, Gibsonton; a brother, Austin Edmondson, Lakeland; two sisters, Ruth McFarland, Brandon, and Carol Nix, St. Cloud; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home, Temple Terrace.

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NAZARO, MAE, 82, of Tampa, died Friday (June 30, 1995) at Manhattan Convalescent Center, Tampa. She was born in Newark, N.J., and came here in 1971. She was a seamstress for a garment manufacturer and a member of Christ the King Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Richard, Tampa; a sister, Carmela DeAngelo, Newark; and two grandchildren. Mark III Family Funeral Home, Bay to Bay Chapel, Tampa.

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SIEGEL, FRANK L., 92, of Tampa, died Thursday (June 29, 1995) in Tampa. He was born in Austria and came here in 1963 from Andalusia, Ala. He was a retired welder and farmer and a member of Wellswood Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Annie P.; two sons, James F., Spring Hill, and Albert W., Tampa; a brother, Albert J., East Tawas, Mich.; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. F. T. Blount Funeral Home, Nebraska Avenue Chapel, Tampa.

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STOVALL, WILLIAM C., 73, of Tampa, died Friday (June 30, 1995) in Tampa. He was born in Nashville, Tenn., and came here in 1970 from Louisville, Ky. He was a retired truck driver. He was a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie; a son, William G., Tampa; a sister, Dorothy Quinn, Louisville; and three grandchildren. Curry & Son Funeral Home, Tampa.

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TESTON, ELSIE E., 80, of Tampa, died Thursday (June 29, 1995) in Tampa. She was born in Tampa and was a member of Citrus Park Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Barbara Ann Gibson, Tampa; four grandchildren, Beth Cranman, Linda Reginek, Jodie McPhearson and Richard Mayberry; and five great-grandchildren. F. T. Blount Funeral Home, Nebraska Avenue Chapel, Tampa.

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THORPE, THELMA E., 78, of Ruskin, died Thursday (June 29, 1995) in Lithia. She was born in Parrish and lived in Ruskin most of her life. She was a retired Hillsborough County school system secretary. She was a member of Ruskin United Methodist Church and a charter member of DeSoto Chapter of Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include a daughter, Maxie L. Thorpe; and a granddaughter. Lewers Funeral Home, Ruskin.

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WAMSLEY, EMERSON, 74, of Tampa, died Thursday (June 29, 1995) at Tampa General Hospital. He was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and came here in 1923. He was a commercial builder and an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He was a member of Egypt Shrine Temple, John Darling Lodge F&AM. He attended the University of Cincinnati and Oklahoma A&M. Survivors include his wife, Marguerite; three daughters, Beverly Stentz, Lutz, Susanne McDonald, Thonotosassa, and Janice Robbins, Tampa; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Mark III Family Funeral Home, Bay to Bay Chapel, Tampa.

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