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The family of Pauline Joyce (Fraser) Alley, age 82, sadly announces that she passed away on August 31, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Pauline was born in her home on the Manor Road in St. George, New Brunswick, Canada, in September 1937.
She graduated from Eastern Charlotte Regional School in 1955 and the New Brunswick Teacher’s College, in 1956. While in high school, she was active in sports particularly basketball and softball. Pauline was also proud of her travels in Europe as a U.S. Military spouse, and starting her family during two years in Germany, before moving back to the United States.
She will be remembered for her involvement in education, including teaching in Back Bay, New Brunswick, Principal of St. George Elementary School, as well as her volunteerism, coaching and substitute teaching at Pollard Elementary, and Timberlane Jr. and Senior High Schools in Plaistow, New Hampshire. Friends and relatives from Eastern Charlotte Regional School (ECRS) appreciated her organizing of annual reunions.
In Florida, Pauline enjoyed many years as a business owner of a stamp and sign company. In addition, she had many hobbies which included Orlando Amateur Radio Club, where she served as Director for one year, the Quarter Century Wireless Association, gardening, sewing, photography, collecting vintage Jaguars, and watching her favorite basketball team, the Orlando Magic.
She was predeceased by her parents, Florence and Everett Fraser, as well as her two brothers, Vance and Randall Fraser. Pauline is survived by her husband of 59 years, John M. Alley, her three children, Michelle Alley, Melanie Lexner, and Christopher Alley, four grandchildren, Jennifer Wolin, Jessica Ray, Brian Alley, and Brandon Alley, and one great-grandchild, Tigerlily Wolin. Due to the current pandemic, no memorial service has been scheduled.
David L. Murray of St.Cloud, Florida 1947-2020
David L. Murray 73, passed away on October 30,2020 at his home in St.Cloud FL. David was born August 19, 1947 to the late William and Estelle (Cochran) Murray in Kane, Pennsylvania.
After graduating Smethport High School in 1965, David joined the Navy where he served as a Medical Service Technician. He was honorably discharged with National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Combat Action Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 3 Bronze Stars, Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon, and the Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon. After the Navy David worked in the auto parts industry until he retired.
David is survived by his son Joshua (Stacy) Murray and five grandchildren Kylee, Rylee, Auburn, Easton Murray and Anastasia Kendell. His brother William Murray along with his two daughters Donna (Nolan) Wilson. Constance (Kenneth) Hall. Sister Christine Murray. A celebration of life will be held on November 15, 2020 at 1104 Lakeshore Blvd. St.Cloud Florida.
Davids ashes will be placed at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers the family is asking donations be made to the Hewell Kids Kidney Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital in Orlando, Florida
Donna M. Guth Martin Hoffman, age 87, of Orlando, passed away peacefully on October 13, 2020.
Donna will be lovingly remembered by her family including her brother Austin Guth and his wife, Kathy, of Pennsylvania, her sister Dorothy Brown and her husband, Jess, of Virginia, daughter Cindy Frangione and her companion, John Baranyar, of Florida, son John Martin and his wife, Stacey, of Tennessee, son Michael Martin and his wife, Judy, of Tennessee, eight grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Austin and Ruth Guth, Donna was predeceased by her husband, Jack Hoffman, her sister, Marie Caldwell, her brother, Ray Guth, her brother, Paul Guth, her daughter, Annie Norman, and her grandson, Johnny Martin. Born and raised in Oil City, Pennsylvania, Donna graduated from Cranberry High School and received her Nursing Degree from Oil City School of Nursing.
A few years upon graduating Nursing school, Donna, her husband, and children moved to Orlando, Florida, where she embarked on her Nursing career and raising her family. Truly a woman for others, Donna experienced great satisfaction when helping her family, friends, and the many individuals she came to know throughout her fruitful life. She has touched many so positively, and will be greatly missed. God rest her soul.
William John Wells passed away 10/14/2020. Services performed by Compass Pointe Funeral Services.
Carey Lynn Reimer passed away September 25th in a fatal car accident in Orlando Florida. Carey was a beautiful, bright, intelligent, driven, and loved 26 year old woman born in Lancaster, PA on February 24th, 1994.
She lived all over the country, making many friends and enjoying life experiences. She was a competitive cheerleader from age 7, winning several state and national championships with her teams. Carey was an NCAA Division 1 cheerleader at Mercer University, where she received her diploma in psychology and minored in business and marketing. She was in the process of completing her master’s degree in Behavioral Therapy.
Carey planned on being a behavior therapist for children, until she could open her own business. She loved to help people and was a devoted and loyal friend. Carey modeled and was employed by Hooters of America.
She is preceded in death by her father Stephen Reimer, her paternal grandfather Donald Reimer, maternal grandparents Lynn and Doris Conner, and her cousins David Reimer Jr. and Shawn Conner. Carey Lynn is survived by her parents, Cathy Jo and Gianluca Sciagata and her brothers Andrew Reimer and Alessandro Sciagata.
William Edward Rowell, JR died on September 21, 2020 in Orlando, FL
He was born in Orlando, FL on December 2, 1965, the son of the late William Rowell, Sr and Doris Alexander (Charles). He was also predeceased by his younger brother, Timothy Rowell.
His pride and joy are his two children Timothy Rowell and Shelby Rowell Perez.
Affectionately known as Billy by his family and many friends, he was a Rigger in the Precast concrete construction trade, a tremendous cook and avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed fishing and being near any body of water. Billy liked four-letter words just about as much as four-wheel drive pick-up trucks and NASCAR. He was a connoisseur of banana cream pie and a firm believer that anytime was a good time for ice cream. Billy loved to read and his favorite book was the Bible, which he often traveled with and enjoyed send scripture to loved ones. His strong faith carried Billy throughout his life.
He also loved milk shakes, Mountain Dew, the Steelers, eating candy by the handful, and dogs-his favorite being DJ , that Billy treated like a child.
Billy will be deeply missed by so many. His sisters Gloria Waterworth, Tammy Mathis Folks, Shannon Chancey, Heather Felder Ratliff and his brother Scott Alexander. Many nieces and nephews that will remember his funny jokes and teaching them to fishing. Billy has a special place in the hearts of his many cousins, Aunts and Uncles, the most special being his Aunt Shirley Westberry. His special angel Kelly Newton, who was his first and forever love.
He was a rare combination of someone who had a love of life and a firm understanding of what was important – the simplicity of life.
Rebecca Walker, 76, of Kissimmee, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 24, 2020.
Rebecca was a member of the United Methodist Church. She was very active in missions and participated in many mission opportunities through the church and through the United Methodist Women. She loved to travel and took many fabulous trips all over the world. She especially loved spending time with her grandchildren. She also enjoyed singing and participated in many different choirs over the years.
Born November 23, 1943 in Dayton, Ohio, she was the daughter of the late Martha Miller and Dean Girton and mom of the late Scott Walker.
She is survived by her husband, Gary Walker; two daughters, Pam Belmore (George) and Alison Shofner; her sister Ann Bach (Carl); her brothers Mike Girton (Bev) and Pat Miller and five grandchildren, Nick, Parker, Claire, Seth and Leah.
Celebration of Life service will be held on Friday, October 16, 2020 at 12:00 pm at Sulphur Grove United Methodist Church, 7505 Taylorsville Road, Huber Heights, OH, 45424, with Pastor Jon Morgan officiating. Family will receive friends at the church on Friday from 11:00 am until service time. A meal will be served following the service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Henderson Settlement, http://www.hendersonsettlement.com/online-giving.html.
Jackie Lynn Steele Haas of Longwood, Florida, died peacefully at home on September 19, 2020, after a long illness. Lynn was born August 18, 1961, in Frankfurt, Germany. She spent her younger years in Newport News, Virginia, and moved to Longwood after marrying Andy Haas in June 1998.
She was a graduate of Warwick High School in Newport News and received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Phoenix. Lynn worked as a bookkeeper for many years and was active as a Girl Scout troop leader and cheer coach for Pop Warner. She was an avid volunteer at Wekiva Elementary School as an award-winning dividend and as a treasurer for the Teague Middle School band and Lake Brantley Band Boosters as well as at Rock Lake Middle School in the front office and clinic. She also enjoyed the beach, craftwork, and spending time with her granddaughter, Abby.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughters, Dana Nicole Sampoux (Koen), Kimberly Erin Spiers, and Caroline Margaret Haas; one granddaughter, Abigail Elise Sampoux; her parents, Bob and Robbie Steele; six siblings and their families, Jeanmarie Fink, Judy Hurley, David Steele, Jennie Little, John Steele, and Carrie Petley; and one sister-in-law, Karen Steele; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. She was predeceased by her brother, Bob Steele Jr.
A Celebration of Life will be held on October 3, 2020 from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm, at First United Methodist Church – Apopka located at 201 S Park Ave Apopka FL 32703. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the Wounded Warrior Project at https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/.
Carol Moser passed away August 23, 2020 in Orange County, Florida. Services performed by Compass Pointe Funeral Services.
On July 13th 2020 Michael James DellAngelo passed away. Michael was born in Philadelphia PA on May 26th 1958. He is preceded in death by his mother Elizabeth DellAngelo and father Albert Nicholas DellAngelo and brother Albert Joseph DellAngelo. He is survived by his sister Donna Riddell and niece Natalie Riddell and Nephew Nicholas DellAngelo. Michael served in the U.S.Marines from 1977 to 1980. He also was in the Local Union 517 and worked construction at Disney World and numerous places. He retired from the union in 2015. Michael was loving. Kind. Considerate and a gentle soul. He loved his dog Duke and they were great buddies since 2015. He was loved by all and will be missed very much.
On Friday, March 20, 2020, Laura Kennah passed away at the age of 61. Laura was born on December 7, 1958 in Highland Park, IL to Kathryn and Wayne Johnson. She is preceded in death by her Mother, Kathryn. Laura is survived by her Father, Wayne; Husband, Kevin; Daughter, Heather Woods; Son, Mark Bottey; Daughter in-law, Ellie Bottey; Sisters, Julie Wilkins and Amy Johnson; Brother in-law, Gene Wilkins; and Sister in-law, Aprille Miller. Laura was an R.N. specializing in Oncology and worked for the Veterans Administration for over 25 Years. She loved scrapbooking, Scouting and Cooking with her Crockpots. She was loved by all and will be remembered. There will be a celebration of life held at a future date to be determined.
George “David” Ballentine, age 80 passed away with his family at his side on March 21, 2020. He is predeceased by his parents, Thelma and Corbin Ballentine, and sister, Gene Rooks. David is survived by his devoted wife of 56 years, Maureen; daughters, Noelle Parrish and Rebecca Ballentine; son in-law Jeff Parrish Sr.; grandchildren, Kayla and Jeff Parrish Jr.; granddaughter in-law, Jackie Parrish; great grandchildren, Raelynn And Jayce Parrish.
David was born on December 19, 1939 and raised in Orlando, Florida. He is a graduate of Edgewater High School and later attended the University of Florida. He deployed to Mahe, Seychelles where he met Maureen, a Seychelloise. They married on the beautiful island and moved to Orlando where they raised Noelle and Rebecca. David retired from Sprint United as an engineer. He was a HAM radio enthusiast and an avid fisherman. He enjoyed cooking for his family and was described by them as a “pit master.” David donated his life long shell collection to the University of Florida’s Florida Museum where it is currently on display under his name. Go Gators and Keep America Great Again 2020!
Byron Anthony Wilson, Sr, age 57 passed away with his family at his side on February 19, 2020. He is predeceased by his parents, Luis and Betty Wilson and brother, David Harris. Byron is survived by his wife, Ellen Williams; son, Bryon Wilson, Jr; step-daughters, Ebony Pratt, Neddra (Kert) Pennycook, Deanna Williams, and Dionne Williams; grandchildren, Baileigh, Blake, and Brayden Pratt, Aria Pennycook, Jamari Rhymes, DeAsia Bell, Akila and Ben Smith Jr.; sisters, Monique Harris, Diane Harris, and Karen Wilson; brother, Terry Turner; Lifetime friend, Joe Frank; and host of other relative & friends.
Byron was a traveler and a loyal New Orleans Saints football fan. He enjoyed doing odd jobs, but most of all he loved his family and will be sadly missed by all who knew him!
A viewing will be held Saturday, February 29 from 11-1 at the Compass Pointe Funeral Home, 737 W. Colonial Drive, services to follow at 1pm.
Allen Grant Turner, 55, of Fruitland Park, passed away on February 9, 2020 peacefully with his family at his side. Allen was born in Fayette County, KY and is preceded in death by both parents, Robert Glen Turner and Nan Evelyn Pack.
He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Cathy Marie Johnson Turner; son, John (Teri) Robert Turner of Wyoming; 4 daughters, Jessyca & Robyn Turner, Tabitha (Kris) Keplinger, and Candie Jo Johnson all of Kentucky; 2 grandsons, Ayden Cole and Zander Allen; 9 granddaughters, Cheyenne, Raven, Brooklyn, Neveah, Mya, Trinity, Emily, Layla and Octavia; 3 “adopted” daughters, Christy Colmar, Amber Eby and Sammantha Himebough; Brother, Shaun B Patton of Florida; Sister, Kimberlee Turner Masters of Kentucky; and many good friends, neighbors and those few he called brother.
Allen worked as a chef and a roofer for most of his career. He did odd jobs for the elderly the last few years as well as volunteered at the Leesburg food bank.
He will be missed by all and forever in our hearts!
Services will be held at the families convenience in the future.
Ronald Allan Frederick was born on August 14, 1948 to Gordon Victor and Virginia Welch Frederick. Ron was a “cradle-to-grave” Floridian and raised in Sanford, Florida. He attended Lake Monroe Elementary, Sanford Junior High, and Seminole High School. He was fully involved in the High School Band program, playing clarinet, oboe, and bassoon. He was the Student Conductor of the Concert Band during his senior year. Ron passed away in Orlando on Sunday morning, January 19, 2020, from complications associated with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 71 years old.
As a young lad of 10 years old, Ron was fully involved in the viewing of Major League Baseball (New York Yankees specifically). His reaction to the loss of the Pennant Race or the World Series, which back in the day didn’t happen much, was catastrophic.
At the age of 13 he became an astronaut. The theme for the Sanford Christmas Parade in 1961 was “Looking to the Future.” The float entry for Lake Monroe Elementary required an astronaut and Ron took the assignment. A cardboard space suit was made, covered with aluminum foil, and Ron was strapped to the float for the “Ride of a Lifetime.”
Ron attended Florida State University and attained a Bachelor of Arts degree and was a member of the Delta-Chi Fraternity. He continued his education at University of Central Florida, attaining a Master’s Degree in Accounting and passing the Florida State Certification program to become a Certified Public Accountant.
Ron was the kindest and most gentle person you would know. He was always available to his friends for help and challenges, and the occasional party where he loved to dance the night away. Most importantly, he was always available to provide sage advice to his brother Richard (Rick). There are so many things to say and not near enough space to put them.
Ron leaves his cherished memory to his brother, Richard Frederick (Carol); two nephews, Christopher and Dean; his niece Dena and her daughter, Annabelle; step-mother, Ann Frederick; step-brother, John Michael Frederick; his beloved cousins, Donna and Kathy Kennedy and Sonja, Rhonda, and Tracey Echols and their families. He also leaves his beloved fiancé and caretaker, Bonnie Harrelson Sexton and her two sons, Greg Cozart (Thomas, Savannah, and Logan) and Jeffrey Cozart (Bridgett Neely-Cozart); and many other family members and close friends.
The memorial service is Saturday, February 1st, 11:00 a.m. at Grace Bible Church of Central Florida, 801 Dorscher Road, Orlando, FL 32818
Jim Lucas Survived by wife Iona Daughter Jan Sleeper and son in law kyle Son Steven Lucas and daughter in law Pamela Grandsons John, Ryan,Tim Granddaughters Aubrey, Hillary and Rachel Brother Joel Lucas and wife Debbie Great Granddaughters Adeline, Gwen Predeceased by daughter Ellen Walker and step son Terry Hancock.
Date of death Jan 13th 2020
Jim is a decorated veteran of the Korean war where he earned the U.S. Purple Heart, U.S. service medal, Korean service medal and several citations. He also received the U.S. army parachute badge while serving with the U.S. army headquarters 15th infantry regiment. Interment at Charwon Valley South Korea where he served with his platoon and left many friends.
To know Jim was to love him survived by many many dear friends
Dorothy L. Pearson Brown was born May 24, 1943 to Plummy Scarbrough and Susie Douglas in Birmingham, Al. She was high school valedictorian and graduated from Ullman High School in 1961. After graduating Dorothy soon married her high school sweetheart and started a family. The family relocated to Steubenville, OH in 1965 for better job opportunities. Shortly after giving birth to her third child Dorothy started a career in the retail business at Myer & Stone. She worked to gain strong knowledge of the Company’s overall operations which led to promotions and being recognized as a valuable employee. Although Dorothy was achieving success and growth working at a top retail store, she had dreams of doing more. She wanted a leadership position managing a Fortune 500 company. After much research she found having a profession in the airline business would give her the type of career she was seeking. Dorothy turned her dream into a goal by going to airline school where her dream became a reality when she graduated, yet again, with honors.
Dorothy started her next career with Air Wisconsin in 1983 at the Chicago Ohara Airport as a customer service agent. For 18 years through God’s grace, commitment, sacrifice and strong work ethics she achieved promotion after promotion. Dorothy prided herself; yet remained humble for achieving her career goals. She retired in 2000 as Manager of Airline Operations and relocated to Orlando, FL where she resided until her death. In her leisure she enjoyed traveling with the family, playing slot machines at casinos, relaxing on the beach, and most importantly, spending quality time with her family.
Dorothy is survived by three children: Cassandra Pearson, Yolanda Pearson, and Anita Pearson; ex son-in-law: Lamont Ogletree; three sisters: JoAnn Scarbrough, Mary Atkins and Diane (Walter) Jones; one brother: John Foster; six grandchildren: Ryan Doyle, Earl Ogletree, Jasmine Pearson, Matthew Ogletree, Josh Ogletree, and Willie Smith; eight great grandchildren: Yazmarie, Ryan, Arianna, Andre, Willie, Isaiah, Cameron and Matthew, Jr.; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Linda Marie Caggiano, 64, of Apopka, FL died peacefully on December 14, 2019. Linda is survived by her daughter Kristi (Erik) Paxton of Galloway, OH, and her grand-daughters, Amber Riggins, BethAnn Weber and Whitney Paxton. Also surviving Linda are her 2 sisters, Patty (Bruce) Delong of Carroll, OH; Becky (Jeff) Leyser of Berkeley, CA; her brother John (Crystal) Lude of Fredericktown, OH; and her sister-n-law Gail Lude of Belmont, OH; and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents Dale Lewis Lude, Jr. and Charlotte Ann Lude; her brother, David Lude; her sister, Ruth Mennom; and her grandparents, Edith & William (Bill) Gregg and Harriett & Dale (Papap) Lude, Sr.
Linda was born on October 1, 1955 in Wheeling, WV. She helped with chores on the farm, had a paper route, and learned the meaning of hard work at an early age. Linda graduated Lexington High school where she was voted prom queen. She married just after high school and had one child. She remarried but later divorced in 1990. She moved to Florida and traveled continentally with her job. She loved to paint and was a collector of many things.
She will be deeply missed by her friends and family and all who knew her.
A funeral service is scheduled for 1:00 pm on January 11, 2020 at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus, 93 West Weisheimer Road, Columbus, Ohio, 43214. Becky Leyser will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made towards the purchase of a tree that will be planted in her memory. Donations may also be made in memory of Linda Marie Caggiano to T.E.A.M. Which is “Teachers and Educators in Art Material.” Please be clear in your designation.