DRIVER, LUCILLE A., 88, of Yorktown, Ind., formerly of Dunedin, died Saturday (March 15, 1997) at home. She was born in Tustin, Mich., and came to Dunedin from Yorktown. She owned-operated the Spotlight Restaurant in Dunedin for 26 years and was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Dunedin and the Moose Lodge. Survivors include a sister, Cleo Williams, Yorktown; and several nieces and nephews. Grant-Richman Funeral Homes, Yorktown, Ind.
GAYDA, JOSEPH N., 67, of Connersville, Ind., formerly of Dunedin, died Saturday (March 15, 1997) at home. He came to Dunedin from his native Chicago after retiring in 1983 as chief financial officer of Booth Fisheries, a subsidiary of Consolidated Foods Corp. He also had worked in the financial departments of Arthur Andersen and Co., Super Food Services, Nachmans Corp., and the Independent Grocers Alliance, all of Chicago, and Lease-A-Plane International, Northbrook, Ill. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He graduated from Tri-State University, Angola, Ind., where he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi and an editor of the college newspaper. He was a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Warren Lodge 15 F&AM, all in Chicago, and served on the Fiscal Review Committee in Dunedin. Survivors include his wife, Connie M. Smith Schnitker ; three sons, Joseph N. Jr., John W. and Jerome A., all of Buffalo Grove, Ill.; three stepsons, Douglas Schnitker, Connersville, and Jeffrey and Gregory Schnitker, both of Brookville, Ind.; four grandchildren; and five stepgrandchildren. Showalter Blackwell Funeral Home, Myers Chapel, Brookville, Ind.
GREENBERG, DONALD S., 80, of Dunedin, died Friday (March 14, 1997) at Rosalie Manor, Dunedin. He was born in Boone County, Ill., moved to Tampa from Rockford, Ill., in 1960, and came to Dunedin in 1992. He worked as a machinist in the tool and die industry. Survivors include three daughters, Margaret Bhame, Bradenton, Joanne Martin, Tampa, and Jeanne Kelly, Oreland, Pa.; a sister, Alice Johnson, Rockford; a brother, Leonard, Naples, Fla.; seven grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Clearwater Funeral Home, Clearwater.
ANDERSON, JOHN R., 76, of Palm Harbor, died Monday (March 17, 1997) at home. He was born in Philadelphia and came here in 1983 from Lafayette Hill, Pa. He worked as an electrician and was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He was a Mason. Survivors include his wife, Rebecca; a two sons, John C., La Canada, Calif., and David J., Maple Glen, Pa.; a sister, Minerva A. Stuhler, Wildwood, N.J.; and five grandchildren. American Burial and Cremation Service, Palm Harbor.
DOMAGTOY, MANUEL C., 57, of Palm Harbor, died Saturday (March 15, 1997) at Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, Tarpon Springs. He was born in Suragio, Philippines, and came here in 1971 from Elizabeth, N.J. He was a physician in New Port Richey and a Protestant. Survivors include his wife, Sydney; four sons, Lauris, Mark, Manuel and Christian, all of Palm Harbor; and several brothers and sisters in the Philippines. Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home, New Port Richey.
SEIFERT, MARIE I., 89, of Palm Harbor, died Sunday (March 16, 1997) at Harborside Healthcare, Palm Harbor. She was born in Dickerson Run, Pa., and came here in 1992 from Connellsville, Pa., where she owned a beauty shop. She was a member of St. Rita's Catholic Church and the Beauticians Association, both in Connellsville. Survivors include a sister, Tod Dayton, Oldsmar; two brothers, Herbert Seifert, Pittsburgh, and Frank Seifert, East Pepperell, N.H.; four grandsons; and 11 great-grandchildren. Holloway Funeral Home, Oldsmar.
SETA, CARMEN, 80, of Palm Harbor, died Monday (March 17, 1997) at home. He came here in 1981 from his native Cincinnati. He worked as an insurance salesman and was a Catholic. He was a member of Highland Lakes Homeowners Association and Men's Golf League. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Joseph and John, and a daughter, Antoinette Weiss, all of Cincinnati; a brother, Don, Ocean Ridge; 14 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. American Burial and Cremation Service, Palm Harbor.