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Clearwater

ANDRESEN, THEODORJOHN, 77, of Clearwater, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at home. He was born in Hamburg, Germany, and came here in 1989 from Brentwood, N.Y. He was a computer programmer and worked for the Smithtown (N.Y.) School District. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. Survivors include three sons, Theodor John Jr., St. Petersburg, Christopher, Ronkonkoma, N.Y., and Michael, Apache Junction, Ariz.; and a grandson, Phillip. Clearwater Funeral Home & Cremation Options.

BARBAGELATA, CARL M., 63, of Clearwater, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. He was born in Amsterdam, N.Y., and came here in 1999 from Glenville, N.Y. He was an accountant and worked as comptroller for several businesses in New York. He owned and operated restaurants in Glenville and Clearwater. He graduated from State University of New York at Cobleskill and attended Russell Sage College, where he was a member of the Orange Key Society and president of the Little Theater Group. He was a boxer and fought six years as an amateur. In 1958, he won the Adirondack Open AAU Golden Gloves middleweight championship and competed in the national AASU competition at Boston Garden. While a member of the New York National Guard, he represented Company C and won two successive middleweight and lightweight division championships. He founded the Schenectady Boxing Club and for 15 years trained fighters at the YMCA. His students won 11 of 12 titles at Canastota, N.Y., where his son took first in his weight class. He participated in road racing for several years with the Mohawk-Hudson Region SCCA and took first place in the Area 11 Championships. Survivors include his wife of 37 years, Mary E. "Mary Beth;" a son, Edward, Burnt Hills, N.Y.; his mother, Mary Barbagelata, Albany, N.Y.; two brothers, Peter, Latham, N.Y., and Ric, Albany; two grandsons; and three nephews and a niece. Clearwater Funeral Home & Cremation Options.

BARRY, RUTH (DOSTER), 88, of Clearwater, died Monday (July 16, 2001) at Regency Oaks Nursing Center, Clearwater. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and came here in 1974 from Elmont, N.Y. She retired as a telephone supervisor after 44 years with New York Telephone. Survivors include her husband of 14 years, Edward M.; three stepdaughters, Anne Reilly, Clearwater, Helen Ireland, Oldsmar, and Carol Kennedy, Staten Island; and a niece, Carol DiBetetto, Ocala. National Cremation Society, Largo.

DAETSCH, WALTER W., 83, of Clearwater, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He came here in 1972 from his native Staten Island, N.Y. He was a plumber. He was Protestant and a 57-year member of Richmond Aquaehonga Lodge 66 F&AM, Long Island, N.Y. Survivors include his wife, Virginia R.; a son, Robert W., Trinity; a sister, Jean Pfeiffer, Staten Island; and a granddaughter, Jennifer Daetsch, Absecon, N.J. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

DECKER, CHESTER, 91, of Clearwater, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, Tarpon Springs. He came here in 1973 from his native Libertyville, Ill., and is a retired painter and decorator. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He was a member of the American Legion and the Greenbriar Club, Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, Florence; a daughter, Patricia Baker, Clearwater; two sons, Chester Jr., Richmond Center, Wis., and Donald, Kingston, N.H.; a sister, Grace Decker, Dunedin; 12 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.

HOOVER, LAWRENCE E., 67, of Clearwater, died Thursday (July 5, 2001) at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater. He was born in Kittanning, Pa., and came here in 1976 from Ohio. He retired as a self-employed contractor for Hoover Machine Co. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War. He was a world traveler and active boater. He was a member of the American Legion and a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the National Rifle Association. Survivors include his wife of 19 years, Sue; two sons, Scott, Clearwater, and Shawn, Norfolk, Va.; four daughters, Tina Paliotte and Tara Giddings, both of Clearwater, Tiffany Paliotte, St. Petersburg, and Kelly Hoover, Akron, Ohio; his mother, Frances Hoover, Kittanning; three brothers, Jon, Clearwater, Gregory, Dunedin, and William, Beaver Falls, Pa.; and six grandchildren. Rhodes Funeral Directors, Druid Chapel, Clearwater.

RINDOK, ROLAND R., 76, of Clearwater, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at Mease Dunedin Hospital. He was born in East Chicago, Ind., and came here in 1993 from Hammond, Ind. He was an engineer and a certified waste water treatment plant operator for the state of Indiana. He retired as maintenance supervisor for L.T.V. Steel Manufacturing Co. He was listed in Who's Who in the Midwest in 1983. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He was a member of Light of Christ Catholic Church, Clearwater, and a life member of the American Legion in Hammond, Ind. Survivors include his wife, Lillian; four sons, Bruce, Fort Myers, Roland Jr., Hampton, Va., Kurt, Davidson, N.C., and Brian, Hammond; and nine grandchildren. International Mortuary Services, Pinellas Park.

RIVET, CLAIRE T., 73, of Clearwater Beach, died Monday (July 16, 2001) at home. She was born in Oakland, R.I., and came here in 1976 from Mapleville, R.I. She worked as a sales clerk at Sheraton Sand Key and was a member of St. Brendan Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include three daughters, Jessica Carrillo, Largo, Jennifer Nolan, Lutz, and Jerilyn Dougherty, Auburndale; a son, John A., Harrisville, R.I.; two sisters, Leatrice Chretien and Estelle Cruise, both of Clearwater; and eight grandchildren. Abbey Affordable Cremation & Funeral Services, Largo.

SARIC, STEVO, 47, of Clearwater, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. He was born in Kakahj, Bosnia, and came here in 1999 from Bosnia. He was a welder and worked for Thomas Sign and Awning Co. He was a member of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church. Survivors include his wife, Fediba, and two sons, Sasa and Dario, all of Clearwater; three brothers, Stanimir, Pero and Radovan, and four sisters, Milosava, Dusanka, Mitra and Vukosava, all of Bosnia. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Belcher Road Chapel, Clearwater.

SCERBO, STEPHANIE, 82, of Clearwater, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at home under the care of Hospice of the Florida Suncoast. She came here in 1989 from her native Adams, Mass. She retired after 10 years as an aircraft inspector with Aerosonics, Clearwater. She was a member of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Clearwater. Survivors include a son, Frank J., Upper Marlboro, Md.; two daughters, Ann Vance, Los Alamos, Calif., and Natalie C. Campbell, Kenner, La.; a sister, Betty Moderski, Adams; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Curlew Hills Funeral Home, Palm Harbor.

SCOTT, JOHN L., 85, of Clearwater, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at the VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. He was born in Council, Idaho, and came here in 1994 from San Antonio, Texas. He was a truck driver and worked for the Teamsters union in California. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Anona United Methodist Church of Largo. Survivors include a brother, George A., Largo; his companion, Peg McClay, Clearwater; and a niece, Suzanne Janowsky, Seminole. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

SHAW, DONALD WARNER SR. "DOC," 71, a winter resident of Clearwater Beach, died Tuesday (July 10, 2001) at home in Clearwater. He was born in Mitchell, S.D., and came here for many years from Duluth, Minn., where he owned and operated Superior Steel. He previously worked 25 years for Modern Constructors and Marine Iron and Shipbuilding Co., both of Duluth. Survivors include his wife, Jeanne V., Duluth and Clearwater; three daughters, Janet Ann Eide, Anoka, Minn., Karen Lynn Shaw, Prior Lake, Minn., and Heather Shaw, Duluth; a son, Donald W. Jr., Milford, Mass.; two sisters, Mardelle Kelly, Arlington, Va., and Betty Higgins, Minnetonka, Minn.; three brothers, William of Florida, Edward Michael, Phoenix, and Richard A., Duluth; four grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Dougherty Funeral Home, Duluth, Minn.

SILVER, DOROTHY M., 96, of Alpharetta, Ga., formerly of Clearwater, died Thursday (July 12, 2001) at St. Joseph's Hospital, Atlanta. She was born in Buffalo, N.Y., came here in 1971 from Syracuse, N.Y., and in 1992 she moved to Atlanta. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two daughters, Ethel J. Maxson and Frances L. Brodsky, both of Atlanta; four granddaughters; and two great-grandchildren. Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home, Clearwater.

Largo

PECULSKI, LEONA, 92, of Largo, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at Palm Garden of Pinellas, Largo nursing home. She was born in Shamokin, Pa., and came here in 1988 from Laurel Springs, N.J. She worked many years as an office manager for an ophthalmologist. She was a member of St. Matthew Catholic Church, Largo. Survivors include a brother, Joseph Wallace, Wildwood Crest, N.J.; three grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

SEITZ, THEODORE A., 87, of Largo, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at Mariner Health Care of Clearwater. He was born in Boston and came here in 1974 from Portland, Conn., where he retired as a process engineer for an aircraft manufacturer. He was Episcopalian and a member of the Largo Senior Center, where he was active in the Kitchen Band. Survivors include two sons, Theodore, Marlborough, Conn., and Robert E., Huntington, W. Va.; a daughter, Annwyn S. Hill, Grandy, N.C.; a brother, Roy, Palm Harbor; two sisters, Bonnie Marin, Cape Coral, and Jeanette O'Neil, Englewood; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Hubbell Funeral Home and Crematory, Belleair Bluffs.

Feather Sound

JACOBOSKI, KAZMER "KAY," 82, of Feather Sound, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Northside Hospital and Heart Institute. Born in Harmar Township, Pa., he came here in 1982 from Oakmont, Pa. He was a retired superintendent for a coal mining company. He was a member of the United Mineworkers of America, the Elks and Eagles and was a former member of Feather Sound Country Club. He was an Army veteran of World War II and was awarded five bronze battle stars for service in Gen. George S. Patton's Third Army in the invasion of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge. Survivors include a sister, Stella Walkiewicz, and a brother, Edward Jacoboski, both of Cheswick, Pa.; and several nieces and nephews. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

Pinellas Park

HOOD, ALANNA MORGAN "PEANUT," 9, of Pinellas Park, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg. She was a Clearwater native and a lifelong resident of the area. She was an honor roll student at Skyview Elementary and was a member of the Suncoast Girl Scout Troop 243. Survivors include her parents, Christina and Hasley Hood III; a sister, Victoria Hood, Pinellas Park; her paternal grandparents, Sandy and Hasley Hood Jr., Largo; her maternal grandparents, Kathie and Grant Goff, Anderson, S.C.; many cousins; and many aunts and uncles. Moss-Feaster Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Serenity Gardens Chapel, Largo.

McCLINTOCK, WILLIAM F., 83, of the Mainlands, Pinellas Park, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Carrington Place Convalescent Center, St. Petersburg. Born in Ithaca, N.Y., he came here in 1981 from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., where he was a financial manager for IBM. He was a 1939 graduate of Cornell University. A retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, he was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Giles' Episcopal Church and the Mainlands Unit 4 Men's Club. Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Charlotte L.; three sons, William F. Jr., Scotch Plains, N.J., Peter L., Fairfax, Va., and Robert D., Hamden, Conn.; and six grandchildren. Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Pinellas Park.

PFIZENMAIER, CHARLES P., 84, of Pinellas Park, formerly of Gulfport, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at home under the care of hospice. He moved to Gulfport many years ago from his native Pitman, N.J., and moved to Pinellas Park in 1969. He was an Army and Army Air Forces veteran of World War II. He retired from the Pinellas County Park Department in 1995 after more than 16 years of service. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Ruth; and several nieces and nephews. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

SLAIGHT, CHRISTIE B. "BELLE," 90, of Pinellas Park, formerly of Gulfport, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at Manor Care of St. Petersburg. A Washington, D.C., native, she moved to Gulfport in 1936 and to Pinellas Park in 1989. She was a retired seamstress and a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Andy Anderson Post 125, Gulfport. Survivors include a sister, Julia Slaight, Pinellas Park; a niece, Joann Burliegh, Clearwater; and a great-nephew, Robert Wendt, Pinellas Park. Taylor Family Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

St. Petersburg

BABCOCK, RUSSELL GEORGE, 82, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at IHS of Pinellas Park. He was born in Illinois and came here in 1960. He was a boilermaker and a former deacon of Northside Baptist Church. He was a member of VFW Post 6827, the Military Order of Cooties and was a Kentucky Colonel. He was an Army veteran of World War II who served as a tank commander under Gen. George Patton. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a daughter, Deanna Lee, St. Petersburg; a son, Ronald Glen Babcock, Kentucky; a stepdaughter, Karen L. Pape, San Antonio, Texas; two stepsons, Bruce W. Megahan, Bahamas, and Glen A. Megahan, St. Petersburg; two grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. Myers Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Gulfport.

BOUCHER, JAMES LEE, 44, of St. Petersburg and Arlington, Texas, died Thursday (July 12, 2001) at his St. Petersburg home. He moved here in 1979 from his native Tupper Lake, N.Y. He was a former equipment operator for the Pinellas County Park Department and served as a member of its wild land fire-fighting team. He was a member of the Florida Institute of Park Personnel. Survivors include his wife of 19 years, LuAnn L.; a son, Derek J., and a daughter, Kelsey L. Boucher, both of Arlington, Texas; his father, Clifford E., Tupper Lake; two sisters, Nancy Gonyea, Tupper Lake, and his twin, Jane Lentsch, St. Petersburg; and two brothers, Tom, St. Petersburg, and Anthony, Tupper Lake. Gee & Sorensen Funeral Home and Cremation Services, St. Petersburg.

CLAYTON, EDITH, 76, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Heather Hills Nursing Home of Port Richey. Born in Zurich, Switzerland, she came here in 1979 from Parkertown, N.J. She was a consumer loans adviser for Florida Federal Savings and Loan in St. Petersburg and an elder at Meadowlawn Presbyterian Church. She was a director of SPIFFS, a secretary of Rutgers Club of Tampa Bay and a member of the Swiss-American Society of the Suncoast and the summer bowling league of Sunshine Bowl. Survivors include a son, Peter H. Ludwig, Port Richey. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-McLeod Chapel, St. Petersburg.

DeLOACHE, GERTRUDE, 86, of St. Petersburg, formerly of Tampa, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at home under the care of LifePath Hospice. She was a Tampa native and a homemaker. Survivors include a son, John, St. Petersburg; a daughter, Dianne Blake, Tampa, four grandchildren; one nephew; and three nieces. Blount, Curry & Roel Funeral Homes & Cemeteries, MacDill Avenue Chapel, Tampa.

DYE, DAVID S., 50, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (July 14, 2001). He was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and was a resident of St. Petersburg for many years. He moved to Lakeland in 1983 and returned to St. Petersburg in 1999. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War. He earned his Coast Guard captain's license and was an avid boater. He was president of Florida Recycling of Tampa. Survivors include his wife of 18 years, Tina M.; two sons, David S. Jr., Valrico, and William M., Gainesville; his father, Raymond Noel Dye, Port Richey; his mother, Jean Lillian Hall Reese, O'Brien; two brothers, Kenneth, Clearwater, and Joel, St. Petersburg; two sisters, Rebecca Macneale, St Petersburg, and Connie Denny, Maryland; a granddaughter; and many nieces and nephews. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

FISHER, ALICE LOGAN, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (July 16, 2001) at home. She came here in 1970 from her native Chicago. She was a lifelong Christian Scientist. She was a retired executive of the Walgreen Co. She was active with the Museum of Fine Arts, serving as a past president of the Stuart Society in the mid 1970s. Survivors include her husband, Robert W.; a daughter, Joan DeWitt Swanson, St. Petersburg; a stepdaughter, Marian Fisher Charest, and a stepson, Robert W. Fisher Jr., both of St. Petersburg; two grandchildren, Nancy Swanson Ebel, Owings Mills, Md., and Thomas Charles Swanson, Louisville, Colo.; a stepgrandson, Paul S. Charest, St. Petersburg; and two great-grandchildren. John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, St. Petersburg.

GERATH, AGNES, 94, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at Bayfront Medical Center. Born in Doylestown, Pa., she came here in 1987 from Mercerville, N.J. She was Protestant. Survivors include three sons, Ernest Gerath, Robbinsville, N.J., and Robert Gerath and Charles Gerath, both of St. Petersburg; two daughters, Agnes Pickens, Midland Park, N.J., and Marie Bottrel, Milford, N.J.; a sister, Goldie Strotko, Milford; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, St. Petersburg.

INES, VICTOR D., 55, of St. Petersburg, died Thursday (July 12, 2001) at Fort De Soto Park as the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Born in Vallejo, Calif., he came here in 1980 from St. Louis. He was a lawyer and a member of the Florida Bar. He was an Air Force veteran who achieved the rank of captain. He was Presbyterian. He was a graduate of the University of Florida Law School, where he was a member of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and Florida Blue Key and Honor Society. He was an avid golfer, photographer and tennis player. Survivors include two daughters, Kimberly Ines Bishop, Gainesville, and Sara Ines, Tampa; two sons, Gregory Richard Ines, Gainesville, and Christian Ines, Tampa; his mother, Irene May Ines, Largo; two brothers, Ted, Tarpon Springs, and Bill, St. Petersburg; and a sister, Helen Ines, Malibu, Calif. R. Lee Williams & Son Funeral Home & Crematory, 49th Street N Chapel, St. Petersburg.

LARSON, GRACE D., 93, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at St. Anthony's Hospital. She came here in 1923 from her native Albany, N.Y. She was the co-owner of St. Petersburg Engraving Co. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, the Business and Professional Women's Club and the National Association of Watch and Clockmakers. Survivors include a daughter, Karen Peach, and a grandson, Shawn Peach, both of St. Petersburg; and a granddaughter, Celeste Widmer, Jamestown, N.D. International Mortuary Services, Pinellas Park.

LEWTON, JANE T., 87, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at the Laurels Nursing and Rehab Center. She was born in Suver, Ore., and came here in 1996 from Portland, Ore., where she was an executive secretary for Davis Industrial for many years. She was Episcopalian. Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Robert; three daughters, Mary Ellen Cease, St. Petersburg, and Shirley Lewton and Barbara Lewton, both of Portland; two sisters; and five grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

OUTTRIM, THE REV. WILLIAM B., 76, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at home. Born in Hartford, Conn., he came here in 1987 from Browns Mills, N.J. He was ordained as an Episcopal priest March 1, 1957, and worked with the dioceses of New Jersey. He was an Army veteran of World War II, serving in the European Theater. He was a member of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter. Survivors include a son, J. David, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; a daughter, Deborah Yarnell, Falls Church, Va.; a brother, Robert, Farmington, Conn.; and three grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

RINGHOF, ELMER M., 79, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at Edward White Hospital. Born in Viernheim, Germany, he came here in 1973 from West Orange, N.J. He was a retired electronics technician at the U.S. Post Office. He was an Army veteran of World War II and was an avid tennis player and sailor. Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Rose Marie Ringhof; two sons, Robert P. "Bob," Wrightsville Beach, N.C., and Paul G., Boca Raton; a brother, Frank, Brick Township, N.J.; and three grandchildren. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

OWENS, VICTOR LAMAR, 32, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (July 13, 2001) as the result of a self-inflicted injury. A St. Petersburg native, he moved back to St. Petersburg in 2000 from Marietta, Ga. He was a graduate of Fairfax High School in Los Angeles. He was an Army veteran. He was a chef for the Fourth Street Shrimp Store and was a member of New Life Fellowship Church. He was a Mason and cooked for the VFW in Marietta. Survivors include his wife, Robin, Los Angeles; two sons, London Owens, Los Angeles, Deaja Walker, Saginaw, Mich.; two sisters, Stacia Graham and Juanita Graham, and his mother and stepfather, Edwina Saunders-Graham and John Graham, all of Marietta; his father, Jimmie "Luck" Owens, St. Petersburg; and several aunts and uncles. Zion Hill Mortuary, St. Petersburg.

SPRAGG, DAVID G., 66, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. He was a St. Petersburg native. He was a line installer for GTE for 16 years. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War and was a member of American Legion Post 125, Gulfport. Survivors include his wife, Barbara; two sons, Mark G., Bountiful, Utah, and Stephen S., Sanford; a daughter, Cynthia Spragg, Petersburg, Alaska; a brother, Donald V., Appleton, Wis.; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

TRENT, BERTHA, 87, of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (July 15, 2001) at Egret Cove Center. She was born in Barrington, Ill., and came here after retiring from nursing in Troy, N.Y. She served with the Army Nurse Corps during World War II. She was Lutheran. Survivors include her husband of 28 years, Charles; two sons, David S. Bary, Bremerton, Wash., and Mark L. Bary, Mount Airy, Md.; a daughter, Susan Alexander, Lakeland; a granddaughter, Rachel C. Oathout, Bremerton; two grandsons, Mark Alexander, Lakeland, and Jonathan Bary, Mount Airy; and a great-granddaughter, Ashley Alexander, Maryland. Anderson-McQueen Funeral Homes & Cremation Tribute Center-Ninth Street Chapel, St. Petersburg.

WADE, ELEANORE M., 94, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (July 14, 2001) at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. She came here in 1970 from her native Cincinnati. She was a retired secretary for Underwood Corp. in Houston. She was Lutheran. Survivors include a niece, Ellen A. Limoli, Seminole; and three nephews, Lewis C. Wade, Houston, John W. Wade, Sylvania, Ohio, and H. Douglas Wade, Alexandria, Va. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.

Seminole

GERRETS, ROBERT G., 63, of Seminole, died Friday (July 13, 2001) at the VA Medical Center at Bay Pines. Born in Bronx, N.Y., he moved here in the 1950s from New York. He was a self-employed real estate agent. He was an Army veteran and was Protestant. Survivors include a son, Tony, and a daughter, Shelley Lemieux, both of St. Petersburg; and a sister, Gail Pounds, Seminole. Lewis W. Mohn Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Seminole.

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