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HILLSBOROUGH OBITUARIES

 
Published Jan. 17, 1996|Updated Sept. 15, 2005

BODDEN, TRACEY WARREN, 80, of Tampa, died Monday (Jan. 15, 1996) at Tampa General Hospital. He was born in Grand Cayman and moved here in 1925. He was a sea captain in the shipping industry, and he was a member of the Merchant Marine. He was an honorary member of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, a 32nd Degree Mason and a member of the A.W. Windhorst Lodge 185 F&AM. He was a member of Bayshore Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Isabel A., Tampa; two sons, Robert Tracey, Palm Harbor, Marin Dalkeith, Seffner; a daughter, Kathleen E. Bodden-Baird, Tampa; three brothers, Asquith, Key Largo, Rupert, Tampa, and Robert Lee, Port Arthur, Texas; two sisters, Mandalee Bush, Tampa, and Eloise Rattray, Port Arthur, Texas; and five grandchildren. Mark III Family Funeral Home, Tampa.

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CLARK, JOHN F., 36, of Valrico, died Sunday (Jan. 14, 1996) at Transitional Hospital. A native of Florida, he was born in St. Petersburg and later moved to the area. He was a medical technician. Survivors include his parents, Ralph E. and Kay C. Clark, Valrico; two brothers, Joe, Brandon, and George, Tampa; three nephews; and a niece. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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CANNELLA, MARY M., 89, of Tampa, died Tuesday (Jan. 16, 1996) at home. She was born in Sicily and moved here from St. Louis in 1955. She was the owner of Cannella Motel for 40 years. She was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Carmen J., West Palm Beach; two daughters, Sarah C. Henneke, Sun City Center, and Carmeline C. Kitchens, Tampa; three brothers, Pat Guliano, Vincent and Paul Modica, all from St. Louis; two sisters, Ida Bufalo, and Jeanette Nicoletti, both of St. Louis; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Marsicano-B. Marion Reed Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa.

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COBB, ARDATH HOWTON, 88, of Tampa, died Monday (Jan. 15, 1996) in Tampa. She was born in Kentucky and moved here in 1937. She was a licensed practical nurse and a member of Manhattan Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors include her son, Darrell Y. Jr., Tampa; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Curry & Son Funeral Home, Tampa.

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CUSHING, KENNETH B., 66, of Tampa died Tuesday (Jan. 16, 1996) at University Community Hospital. He was a lifelong resident. He was a retired supervisor with Americold Cold Storage. He as a Navy veteran and a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Alcie, Tampa; two daughters, Belinda Rutledge, Tampa, and Melanie Vance, Tampa; two sisters, Velma Willet and Edith Sammons, both of Tampa; and five grandchildren. Hamilton Funeral Home, Riverview.

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DENTON, THOMAS B., 85, of Sun City Center, died Monday (Jan. 15, 1995) at Palm Gardens of Sun City Center. He was born in New York and moved to Sun City Center in 1975. He was an office manager for New York Transit Authority. He was Catholic and member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Agnes; a sister-in-law, Elizabeth O'Connor, Sun City Center; and many nieces and nephews. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Tampa.

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NEUBERGER, HANS, 85, of Sun City Center, died Saturday (Jan. 13, 1996) at Sun City Center. He was born in Germany, and moved to Sun City Center 26 years ago from State College, Pa. He was a professor of meteorology at Penn State University, and was chairman of the Meteorology Department. Survivors include his wife, Maria, Sun City Center; a son, Damian, Glenview, Ill.; a daughter, Eve Voidt, Baton Rouge; a sister, Emmy Plow, Asheville, N.C.; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Zipperer's Agape Mortuary and Crematory, Ruskin.

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PHILLIPS, RUTH CARTER, 83, of Brandon, died Tuesday (Jan. 16, 1996) at Columbia Brandon Regional Medical Center. She was born in Bostwick, Ga., and moved here 58 years ago. She was a homemaker and a former member of the Tampa Junior Woman's Club. She was a member of the Bostwick United Methodist Church, Bostwick, Ga. Survivors include her husband, Howell A., Brandon; a daughter, Jane P. Wright, Valrico; a brother, Ray B. Carter, Jackson, Miss.; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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RITTENHOUSE, WILLIAM P., 77, of Odessa, died Sunday (Jan. 14, 1996) in Odessa. He was born in Cincinnati and moved to the area in 1962. He was a maintenance welder. Survivors include his wife, Tina; four sons, Ronald and David Rittenhouse, Herbito and Alex Cerda; two daughters, Charmine Kenny and Diane Dewberry; 12 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. A.P. Boza Funeral Home, Tampa.

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SNOW, ALLEN L., 79, of Tampa, died Sunday (Jan. 14, 1996) at Bay to Bay Nursing Home. He was born in Lake Placid, N.Y., and moved here in 1973 from Columbia, S.C. He was a retired Air Force staff sergeant. He was a member of the American Legion, the B.P.O.E. of Tampa, the Air Force Retired Sergeants Association and Manhattan Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Rose, Tampa; three brothers, Kenneth Manning, Jacksonville, Grant Manning, New York, and Bruce Manning, Rutland, Vt.; and three sisters, Julie Stone, and Ruth Britton, both of Massachusetts, and Barbara Jean Savoie, Rutland, Vt. Hillsboro Memorial Funeral Home, Tampa.

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WEISS, ARTHUR GRUENEBAUM, 36, of Tampa died Monday (Jan. 15, 1996) at Tampa General Hospital. He was born in Montreal and moved here in 1984 from Palm Beach. He was a lumber commodities trader for Tampa International Forest Products. He was Jewish and a member of Congregation Schaarai Zedek. Survivors include his wife, Jan; a daughter, Amelia; his parents, Harry and Mary Weiss, Palm Beach; two brothers, Richard and Anthony, both of Tampa; his grandmother, Corina Gruenebaum, Bolivia. Beth David Funeral Chapel, Tampa.