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HILLSBOROUGH OBITUARIES

AFELD, ANGELA MUSETTE RUSSO, 27, of Brandon, died of breast cancer Sunday (July 21, 1996) at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was a Tampa native. She graduated from Tampa Catholic High School and Florida State University, where she majored in theater. She was a parishioner of Church of Nativity. Survivors include her husband, R. Shawn, Brandon; her mother, Lillian A. Wiebeld, Brandon; her father, Richard P. Russo Sr., Tampa; two brothers, Richard P. Russo Jr., Valrico, and Nelson G. Russo, Burbank, Calif.; her maternal grandmother, Angelina L. Spoto, Crystal Springs; and her paternal grandfather, Joe L. Russo, Tampa. Roel & Curry Funeral Home, Tampa.

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BROWN, LYLE W., 72, of Tampa, died Tuesday (July 23, 1996) at the Arbors at Tampa. He was born in Illinois and came here in 1974. He was a truck driver and a Protestant. He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 912. Survivors include three daughters, Louise Gonzales and Diana Przeslawski, both of Tampa, and Barbara Brown, Lutz; his mother, Elva Mae Carpenter Smith, Illinois; three brothers, Oliver and Glenn Smith, both of Illinois, and Tony Smith, Missouri; four sisters, Nora Smith, Shirley Beheymer, Mary Parker and Ruth Nolan, all of Illinois; and five grandchildren. Marsicano-B. Marion Reed-Stowers Funeral Home, Tampa.

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BURNHAM, ANDREW CHRISTOPHER, infant son of Melinda and Wesley Burnham of Tampa, died Tuesday (July 23, 1996) at St. Joseph's Women's Hospital. He was born in Tampa. Other survivors include his sister, Alyssa Burnham, Tampa; grandfather, Dan Holcomb, Tampa; grandmothers, Peggy Burnham and Shirley Holcomb, both of Tampa; great-grandfather, Floyd Holcomb, Philadelphia; great-grandmothers, Florence Hodges and Marjorie Holcomb, both of Tampa; three aunts; an uncle; and numerous cousins. Mark III Family Funeral Home, Bay to Bay Chapel, Tampa.

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BUTSCH, CHARLES W., 73, of Tampa, died Monday (July 22, 1996) at the Arbors at Tampa. He was born in Evansville, Ind., and came here 33 years ago. He was an electrical engineer with Westinghouse for 43 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Survivors include his daughter, Deborah E. Cooper, Georgia. Curry & Son Funeral Home, MacDill Avenue Chapel, Tampa.

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CARRODEGUAS, RAQUEL "CUCA," 65, of Tampa, died Wednesday (July 17, 1996) in Tampa. She was born in Havana and came here in 1961. She was a homemaker and a parishioner at St. Lawrence Catholic Church. She was a member and past president and treasurer of Club 15, a member and past board member of Las Damas de Sant 'Yago, a member and past treasurer of the Spanish Lyric Theatre Ladies Guild and a member of the Cuban Civic Club. She was the 1989 Hispanic Woman of the Year in community service. Survivors include her husband, Antonio; a daughter, Raquel J. Carrodeguas Timberlake; her mother, Raquel "Nene" Menendez; a brother, Nelson Portela; a sister, Hersilia Maestu; and a grandson, Tommy Timberlake. Gonzalez Funeral Home, Tampa.

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COUGHLIN, ARTHUR C., 54, of Riverview, died Monday (July 22, 1996) at home. He was born in Malden, Mass., and came here in 1981 from Barrington, N.H. He was a salesman for nine years with Lazy Days RV Center in Thonotosassa. He was an Air Force veteran. He participated annually in the Toys for Tots program, was a member of the Knights of Columbus and was a eucharistic minister and a member of the Parish Council of Chapel of the Nativity, Barrington. Survivors include his wife, Donna, Riverview; a son, Michael Patrick, Riverview; a daughter, Catherine Anne Price, Riverview; two brothers, David F. Jr. and Frederick D., both of Brandon; and two sisters, Florence M. Waldron, Lady Lake, and Maureen F. Freeman, Barrington. Stowers Funeral Home, Riverview.

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ELLIOTT, MICHELLE "SHELLEY" LYNN, 36, of Valrico, died Sunday (July 21, 1996) at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born in Independence, Mo., and came here six years ago from Houston. She was a registered medical assistant with Brandon Family Practice. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include her husband, Brian L., Valrico; a daughter, Courtney Elliott, Valrico; two brothers, Eric and Michael Larson, both of Independence; her stepfather, Del Campbell, Texas; two stepbrothers, Kyle Purcell and Kirk Campbell, both of Houston; her paternal grandmother, Mildred Larson, and maternal grandmother, Wilma Lotz, both of Independence. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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HAIGLER, PATRICIA D., 57, of Tampa, died Sunday (July 21, 1996) in Tampa, under the care of Hospice of Hillsborough. She was born in Heathfield, England, and came here in 1973 from Milwaukee. She was a bridal consultant. Survivors include her husband, Carl, Tampa; a son, Steven R., Tampa; two daughters, Michelle H. Sutton, St. Petersburg, and Jacquelyn H. Jackson, Lutz; her mother, Margaret Wood, Dunstable, England; her father, Charles A. Dann, Horam, England; three brothers, Keith, Malcolm and Michael Dann, all of Dunstable; four sisters, Joan Vaughn, Dunstable, Michelle Hart, Camberley, England, Janice Gooch, Burwash, England, and Penny Hewson, Tubridge Wells, England; and a grandchild. Mark III Family Funeral Home, Town & Country Chapel.

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JACQUES, ROBERT I. "BOBBY," 33, of Tampa, died Saturday (July 20, 1996) in Orlando. He was born in Amarillo, Texas, and came here in 1979 from Memphis, Tenn. He was a construction foreman for D. B. Construction Co. He was Baptist. Survivors include his mother, Edna Jacques, Tampa; a brother, Leonard E. Jr., Memphis; four sisters, Mary Thomas, Memphis, Patricia King, Charleston, S.C., and Bonnie Smith and Linda Tanner, both of Tampa; and his companion, Shelly Arthur, Tampa. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Carrollwood Chapel, Tampa.

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LOCKE, FRANCES C., 68, of Tampa, died Monday (July 22, 1996) in Tampa. She was a lifelong resident. She was a teacher at Egypt Lake Elementary School. She was Protestant. Survivors include her husband, Duane, Tampa; and a brother, Alfred Cumbie, Lakeland. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Tampa.

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MASON, EVERETT L., 79, of Tampa, died Sunday (July 21, 1996) at Wellington Manor Nursing Home. He was born in North Carolina and had been a longtime Tampa resident, coming from South Carolina. He was a retired millworker. Survivors include two sons, John William, Columbus, Miss., and Clyde Edward, South Carolina; five daughters, Patricia Mae Brinkley and Mary Elizabeth Taylor, both of South Carolina, Betty Jolene Cox, Spartanburg, S.C., Joyce Faye Cannon, Georgia, and Shirley Anne Little, Tampa; a sister, Elsie Mae Quinn, South Carolina; 21 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. Duval Funeral Home, Tampa.

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TODD, WILLIAM R., 57, of Odessa, died Tuesday (July 23, 1996) in Odessa. Born in Port St. Joe, he had been an area resident for 52 years. He was a self-employed automobile mechanic. He was Baptist and a member of Port Tampa Lodge 153 F&AM. Survivors include his companion, Barbara Burrill, Tampa; five daughters, Debra Colleton, Cheryl Todd and Tina Fields, all of Tampa, Lisa Arthurs, Belpre, Ohio, and Margaret Sawant, Maryland; two sons, William R. Jr., Tampa, and Jack, Dublin, Ohio; two brothers, Johnny and Hansel, both of Tampa; four sisters, Mary Butler, Quincy, and Patricia Gomez, Delories Strong and Linda Butler, all of Tampa; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. F.T. Blount Funeral Home, Carrollwood Chapel, Tampa.

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WILLIAMS, ALEC MICHAEL, infant son of Kathy and Michael Williams of Wesley Chapel, died Sunday (July 21, 1996) at home. He was born in Tampa and was Baptist. Other survivors include his brother, Bubba Chad, Wesley Chapel; maternal grandparents, Frank and Robbie Edwards, Temple Terrace; maternal grandfather, Ted Jernigan, Dover; paternal grandparents, Dwight and Melvalene Williams, Brandon; and paternal great-grandmothers, Vircie Dyal, Alachua, and Ruby Williams, MacClenney. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon.

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