ALLEN Allen, George, 75, of Lauderdale Lakes, FL died on March 4, 2002. AAA Baird-Case Broward Canonizing Burial Home.*
BAHNER Bahner, Mary Eugenie, 54, of Hollywood, FL died on March 2, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
BANDMAN Bandman, Samuel G., 80, of Sunrise, FL died on March 6, 2002. Brilliant of David Canonizing Chapels, North Lauderdale.*
BARUCH Baruch, Brenda, 37, of Plantation, FL died on March 5, 2002. Fred Hunter’s Hollywood Canonizing Gardens Home.*
BARUCH Baruch, Brenda Mable, 37, of Plantation. died Tuesday, March 5, 2002. Survived by husband, David; 4 sons, David Daniel, Zachary, Joshuah, Johnathan; brother, Freddy Berndt of Marathon, FL; and sister, Linda Earlich of Lake Oswego, OR. Canonizing account 10:30 AM Saturday at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Davie. Arrange and burial by FRED HUNTER’S HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS HOME, 6301 Taft Skeet.
BELFER Belfer, Joseph, of Miramar, FL anesthetized abroad Monday, March 5, 2002. Admired bedmate of Sandra Marie, admiring ancestor of Scott H. Belfer & Sandra (Isaac) Motola, grandfathering of Serina and Michael, brother of William (Esther) Belfer and Selma (Stanley) Kadushin. Burial casework were captivated Wednesday, March 6, 2002. Canonizing donations may be fabricated to the alms of your choice. MENORAH-RIVERSIDE GORDON Biscayne Blvd. at 209th St. Aventura (305)935-3939
BIANCOROSO Biancoroso, Thomas, 62, of Margate, FL died on March 6, 2002. Fred Hunter Burial Home, University Drive, Davie.*
BRIDGEN Bridgen, William Joseph, 59, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on February 28, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
CHITWOOD Chitwood, Deborah Marie, 51, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on March 3, 2002. Boyd’s Ancestors Burial Home, Hollywood Blvd.*
CIANELA Cianela, Anna M., 83, of Margate, died Mon. March 4, 2002. A citizen for 23 years advancing from PA. Survived by daughter: Carolyn Cianela, Margate, son and daughter-in-law, Donald Jay & Jean, Glenside, PA, 3 grandchildren and 5 abundant grandchildren. Predeceased by bedmate Donald of 62 years. In lieu of flowers, donations may he fabricated to: Alzheimers of Broward Co. 8333 W. McNab Rd. Tamarac, FL 33321. Anna and Donald will be inurned calm at Forest Lawn North Cemetery. Inurnment account date is pending. Arrange and burial by Kalis Burial Home, Wilton Manors, FL.
CLEMENCE Clemence, Shirley Anne, 57, of Hollywood, FL anesthetized abroad on March 5, 2002. She is survived by actuality admiring bedmate Jesse of 33 years, babe Leslie, stepson Danny, six grandchildren, mother Margaret and two sisters Adra and Joan. Her action with lung blight was abbreviate and difficult. Shirley’s warmth, adulation and affection will consistently be absent by all those who encountered, befriended and admired her. A canonizing account will be captivated Saturday, March 9th at 2:00 P.M. at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 650 N.E. 135th St., North Miami, FL (305) 8930371. Shirley will be alive at the Florida Civic Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. In lieu of flowers amuse accomplish contributions to VITAS Hospice Charitable Fund. (1-877-800-2951)
DAUBE Daube, Loretta, 72, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on March 4, 2002. Boyd’s Ancestors Burial Home, Hollywood Blvd.*
DIERNO Dierno, Arlene, 60, of Miramar, FL died on March 1, 2002. Aaron Burial & Burial Services.*
FITZPATRICK Fitzpatrick, Robert, 56, of Coconut Creek, FL died on March 2, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
GAGLIANO Gagliano, Anna, 83, of Sunrise, died Monday, March 4, 2002. Aforetime of Chicago, IL, she had been bounded citizen for 41 years. She is survived by her husband, Tony Gagliano of Sunrise; son, August (Patricia) Gagliano of Margate; daughter, Mary (Donald) Culbertson of Sunrise; grandchildren, Anthony (Elisa) Gagliano, Annette (Steve) Certain, Debbie (Paul) Berger, Wayne (Beth Ann) Culbertson, Christopher Culbertson; abundant grandchildren, Steven and Karin Certain. Diego Alicea. Tom, Timmy, Neal, Anna Marie Berger and Vincent Gagliano. Ancestors will accept accompany 6 – 8 PM on Thursday, March 7, 2002 at the burial home. Cryptside Account will be captivated 11 AM Friday, March 8, 2002, at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery in North Lauderdale. Arrange by KRAEER FUNERAL HOME and CREMATION CENTER, 1655 University Dr, Coral Springs, 954-753 8960.
GAREY Garey, Mae, 89, of Coral Springs, FL died on March 5, 2002. Levitt-Weinstein Canonizing Chapel.*
GROPMAN Gropman, Selma, anesthetized abroad on February 17, 2002 in Tamarac, FL. She was built-in in Boston, MA on January 23, 1930 and accustomed her apprenticeship in Boston. She was a medical secretary in Bennington, VT for abounding years. She affiliated Maurice Gropman and they acclaimed their 50th bells ceremony on May 16, 1999. Mrs. Gropman was a adherent wife, mother and grandmother. She is survived by three daughters, Brenda Gropman of Iowa City, IA, Sandra Gropman Ruland and her husband, David and their daughter, Alexandra of Coler, VT, and Melissa Gropman and husband, Charles Powers of Richmond, VA; added survivors accommodate two sisters, Rita Arrowitz of Boynton Beach, FL, Carol Miller of Tamarac and a brother, Norman Miller of Albany, NY. She was a lifetime affiliate of Hadassah and a advance disciplinarian for Meals on Wheels. She was a accomplished homemaker who was accustomed for her gourmet affable and baking and she was a admirable hostess who admired to entertain. This admirable adult will be acutely absent by those who knew and admired her. Among her aing accompany and neighbors are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fienberg aforetime of Bennington, VT, now of Sun City, FL. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Birk of Bennington, VT, the Sisters of St. Joseph aforetime of Bennington, VT who now abide in Rutland, VT, and Ann Kip of Shaftsbury, VT. The burial took abode on Febuary 21, 2002 at the Stanetsky Burial Chapel in Canton, MA. Burial was in Sharon, MA.
HAYNES Haynes, Fannie M., of Plantation, FL died on March 2, 2002. Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, Ft. Lauderdale.*
HERSHFIELD Hershfield, Ruth A., 89, of Lauderhill, FL died on March 4, 2002. *
HUSTON Huston, Leo L., 95, of Pompano Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Civic Burial Society*
JONES Jones, Johnnie Clyde, Sr., 53, of Lauderdale Lakes, FL died affably March 2, 2002 afterwards 5 months of illness. Built-in in Clearwater, FL Mr. Jones was an agent of BellSouth for 32 years as a Supervisor-Manager. Mr. Jones is survived by his wife of 32 years Rosalind B.; his three daughters and one son Adrea Lovett (Wayne), Erica Jones, Johnnie, Jr. (Tara) Leesburg, FL, Robyn Jones; three granddaughters, Brandy Dufresne, Jayla and Janice Jones; two grandsons, Trevon Bruton and Arnold Gantz, II. His mother, Annie L. Jones of Thomasville, GA. His father, Henry Jones, Clearwater, FL. Sister, Mattie J. Water of Decatur, GA, nephew Jason Walker of Atlanta, GA a host of cousins, aunts, in-laws, and actual adherent friends. Burial Casework March 9, 2002 at 11 AM, St. John United Methodist Church, 1520 NW 5 St, Ft. Lauderdale.
LANDRY Landry, Gweneth Carrold, 87, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, anesthetized abroad on March 4, 2002. He is survived by his daughter, Renee LaBonte, and granddaughter Juliana LaBonte of Ft. Lauderdale, his three sisters: Mardell Helmle of Pompano Beach, Elda Schmidt of Naples, FL and Fairfield, CT, and Nona Fancy of Coconut Creek, FL. He was built-in September 16, 1914 in Brown County, WI to parents Glendon H. Landry and Josephine Osterloh Landry. He accelerating from West Allis Central Aerial Academy in Milwaukee in 1932, with a absorption in business and music. He played the trumpet, and while in aerial academy he had his own ball band. The able pilot, he abstruse to fly in 1940 in a Luscombe. He served in the US Army, and was a US Air Corps Reserve Instructor, training pilots for World War II at General Mitchell Field in Milwaukee from 1942 – 1947. During this time, Gwen additionally operated an Aircraft Ground Academy for acceptance who went on to the Aggressive flight academy in McBride, Missouri. On March 9, 1944, he affiliated Marjorie Jean Landry, a able artisan and appearance illustrator, additionally of Milwaukee. The two eloped in one of his airplanes to Davenport, Iowa, area they were married. Together, they endemic and operated Mode Air Card Company, press and bearing a band of alone advised aerodynamics Christmas Cards, adornment and added aerodynamics accompanying materials. The aggregation awash to corporations and alone aircraft owners in the US and abroad for 20 years, from 1947- 1967. Gwen endemic and operated Milwaukee Executive Allotment from 1967 – 1979, with abounding aircraft, including jets and prop jets. Abounding notable citizens anesthetized amid his wings, from the Milwaukee Bucks, to Hubert Humphrey and Kennedy, to blur brilliant Caesar Romero. He maintained an instructor, air taxi, and bartering pilot’s authorization during this time. Gwen additionally operated a address at the airport in East Troy, Wisconsin, for aircraft account and maintenance. He akin awash aircraft, and was the top midwest bounded salesman for Beechcraft and Mitsubushi Aircraft. While alive in Wisconsin, he enjoyed sailing competitively, and took home a cardinal of trophies. In 1964, he served as the commodore of Lake Beulah Yacht Club. He was a allotment of the Doric Chapter of DeMolay, a activity affiliate of the Wisconsin Scottish Rite Bodies, Consistory Chapter, and a Shriner Activity Affiliate of the Tripoli Temple in Milwaukee. In 1986, he and Marjorie confused to Florida, area he formed as a absolute acreage sales accessory with Coldwell Banker and Sanctuary Realty for several years. From 1989 to 2000, he and Marjorie operated Mode Air Enterprises in Florida, affairs custom advised menus, table lighting, etc. to restaurants, country clubs, and cruise lines. He was an ardent snow skier for years, and alternate in the civic Nastar ski antagonism program. At the age of 78, he was rated the cardinal one ski racer in the accompaniment of Florida. His added hobbies included tennis, golf, waterskiing and swimming. A canonizing account will be captivated at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12th at Aboriginal Presbyterian Church, 401 S.E. 15th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale. Bondage will chase at Our Adult Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 1500 S. Accompaniment Road 7, North Lauderdale. Arrange by KRAEER FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATION CENTER, 4061 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale, 954-565-5591. Contributions may be fabricated to the Marjorie and Gwen Landry Canonizing Endowment Fund, Symphony of the Americas, 199 N. Ocean Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062.
LATAIF Lataif, Diana Jeannette, age 13, of Ft. Lauderdale died in Boston, MA Mar. 4, 2002. She was the admired babe of Lawrence Philip and Noha Nader Lataif; admiring sister of Nicole, Lawrence, Jr., and Christina; admired granddaughter of Jeannette Nader and Linda Lataif. Burial Casework beneath the administration of the Louis M. Kfoury Burial Home were captivated in Boston on Mar. 7, 2002. A Requiem Accumulation will be acclaimed on Monday Mar. 11, 2002 at 10 a.m. at St. Coleman’s Catholic Church in Pompano Beach, with burying to follow. In lieu of flowers contributions in Diana’s adored anamnesis may be fabricated to “The Diana Blight Research Fund” Children’s Hospital Trust, 138 Harvard St. Brookline, MA 02446, Bounded burial arrange are beneath the administration of Kraeer Burial Home (954)941-4111.
MANTELL Mantell, Hazel, 95, of Pompano Beach anesthetized abroad March 5, 2002. Preceded in afterlife by her husband, Irving, whom she affiliated in 1924, until his afterlife in 1956. Mrs. Mantell was a constant citizen of N.Y.C. and Yonkers, N.Y. Upon retirement as an Administrator at age 70 she confused to Pompano Beach area she has lived for the accomplished 25 years. She is survived by her brother, Franklin E. Stern, of Oceanside, CA. Additionally survived by abounding nieces, nephews and abounding admirable nieces and nephews. Ancestors will accept accompany Friday, March 8, 4-6 P.M. at the burial home with a 5 P.M. service. Arrange by Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, 200 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, 941-4111.
MULLANEY Mullaney, Olive Marguerite, 94, admiring mother and grandmother anesthetized abroad Tuesday, March 5, 2002. Built-in in Montreal, Canada, she had been a citizen of Fort Lauderdale for forty-four years. She leaves her adherent son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Dana Mullaney and her admiring granddaughters, Kelley Mullaney of Washington, D.C. and Shane Mullaney of Boca Raton. “Tis adroitness has brought me safe appropriately far, and adroitness will advance me home.” Canonizing Casework Saturday, March 9th 10 A.M. in the Mausoleum Chapel at Our Adult Queen of Heaven Cemetery, North Lauderdale. In lieu of flowers, canonizing donations to Hospice Care of Southeast Florida, 309 S.E. 18th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316 would be appreciated. Arrange by Baird-Case/Jordan-Fannin Burial Home, 492-4000.
NARODE Narode, Allan, 80, of Lauderhill, FL died on March 4, 2002. Levitt-Weinstein Canonizing Chapel.*
O’CONNELL O’Connell, Gerard, 86, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on March 6, 2002. Forest Lawn Burial Home, Ft. Lauderdale.*
OWEN Owen, James Samuel, 42, of Hollywood, FL anesthetized abroad at home, February 27, 2002. James was built-in in San Francisco on April 21, 1959. He was preceded in afterlife by his father, Merrill Owen. James is survived by his activity partner, William Carroll of Hollywood; mother, Sheila Owen of Madison, WI; sisters, Sheila Head of Marietta, GA, Elizabeth Chase of St. George, UT, Mary Owen of Anchorage, AK & Anne Elliott of Edmonds, WA; brothers, John & William Owen of Anchorage & Patrick Owen of Boise, ID; & aunt, Joan Hurst of Anchorage. Jimmy accelerating from aerial academy in Anchorage and relocated to Hollywood area he lived and formed for added than twenty years. A Canonizing Account will be captivated Saturday, March 9th, area ancestors will accept accompany from 12:00-2:00 P.M. at Maspons Burial Home, 7351 Pines Blvd., Hollywood. “Jimmy will be absent dearly by anybody who had the advantage to apperceive him”.
PETERSON Peterson, Ellen J. (Olson), age 90 years, died Sunday, March 3 in North Chatham. She was the babe of the backward Charles and Gertrude Olson, and the wife of the backward Hjalmar J. Peterson. She was built-in in Boston, MA, and accelerating from Dorer Aerial School. She was alive by the Dorer A&P; offices. She lived best of her activity in Brockton, and additionally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Cape Cod, MA. She is survived by two daughters: Joan MacEachern of Deerfield Beach, Florida and Janet Weatherbee of Scottsdale, AZ; two grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She was additionally the sister of the backward Roy Olson, the backward Ralph Olson, and the backward Edward Olson. A canonizing account will be captivated at a afterwards date. Arrange are by the Dahlborg-MacNevin Burial Home, 647 Main St., Brockton, MA.
QUINTEROS Quinteros, Tino, 34, of Davie, FL died on March 1, 2002. Aaron Burial & Burial Services.*
RAMOS Ramos, Anna, 75, of Lauderdale By The Sea, FL died on March 4, 2002. Baird-Case Jordan-Fannin Burial Home, Ft. Lauderdale.*
RAYMOND Raymond, Angelo, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, aforetime of Melrose Park, lL, died February 28, 2002 of Heart Failure. He was the son of Catherine and Peter Raimondo of Melrose Park, IL. Angelo was a World War II Veteran. He was an administrator at an aboriginal age. He endemic and operated a accepted bank called “Angelo’s” for 32 years in Stone Park, IL. He and his ancestors came to Florida in 1979 area he was semi-retired. He became a carpeting agent for the aftermost 20 years. He is survived by a ample ancestors of sisters, nieces, and nephews in IL. He was the bedmate and sweetheart of Sherry with whom he aggregate 36 years of marriage. His alone son Angelo, daughter-in-law April, grandchildren, Cristain and Shayna shall absence him deeply. The ancestors will accept accompany at the Forest Lawn Burial Home South, 2410 Davie Rd., Davie, FL Friday black amid 7:00-8:00P.M. for the Viewing. Accumulation will be said at St. Gregory’s Church Sat. March 9, 11:00 A.M., Plantation, FL. Ancestor Duffy will be giving the mass. In lieu of flowers, amuse accomplish donations to: Division of Cardiology Heart Failure Fund: Outpatient Inotropic casework in anamnesis of Angelo Raymond. Mail to University of Miami Academy of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, D-39, P.O. Box 016960, Miami, FL 33101.
ROSENBERG Rosenberg, Jean, 90, of Pompano Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Brilliant of David Canonizing Chapels, North Lauderdale.*
ROUSE Rouse, Glenn R., 82, of Danville, IL , aforetime of Hollywood, FL anesthetized abroad on February 18, 2002 at his home. He was built-in on March 31, 1919 the son of David A. and Ethel May Fields Rouse in Rileysburg, IN. He affiliated Laverne Giddeon in 1955 at Hollywood, FL. She preceded him in death. Survivors include: one daughter: Marilyn J. Bentley of St. Joseph, IL, two sons: Glenn R. (Saeko) Rouse of Salinas, CA and David T. (Celia) Rouse of Kansas City, MO, one brother: Owen (Mary Rita) Rouse of Danville, IL, seven grandchildren, six abundant grandchildren, as able-bodied as several nieces and nephews. He is preceded in afterlife by his parents, wife, Laverne, one son: Ronald R. Rouse, one brother: Ray Rouse, one sister: Ruth Baumgart. Glenn served in the Pacific Theater with the United States Army during World War II. He was a affiliate of the 503rd Airborne Regiment and he was acutely blood-soaked during a bout of appointment that resulted in a activity connected disability. He was a affiliate of the DAV Chapter 41 in Hollywood, FL of which he was actual active. Glenn captivated several accompaniment and a civic appointment in the Disabled American Veterans organization. Graveside casework will be captivated on Fri., March 8, 2002 at 1:00 p.m. in Hollywood Canonizing Park, Hollywood, FL with abounding aggressive rites. Memorials may be fabricated to the Disabled American Veterans.
SAMPONA Sampona, Lorraine C., of Pompano Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, Ft. Lauderdale.*
SARVER Sarver, Timothy L., of Pompano Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, Margate.*
SERRANO Serrano, Jenny, 57, of Plantation, FL died on March 5, 2002. T.M. Ralph Plantation Burial Home.*
SMITH Smith, May, of Coconut Creek, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
STANLEY Stanley, Ernest, 79, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL died on March 2, 2002. A Ancestors Burial Home & Crematory*
STORR Storr, Leon, 100, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL died on March 5, 2002. Roy Mizell & Kurtz Burial Home.*
THUMMEL Thummel, Helen Elizabeth nee Ardin Budd Thummel, a life-long Roman Catholic was built-in in Bergen County, NJ on April 10, 1915. Helen, a contempo citizen of The Carriage Club in Charlotte, NC anesthetized abroad on March 1, 2002 at age 86. She was a federal civilian account agent from 1943 to 1971. In 1949 she transferred from New Jersey to Huntsville, AL for appointment at Redstone Arsenal with the U.S. Army Missile Command area she was a account administrator for the Lance Missile Project. Upon her retirement she confused to Ft. Lauderdale, FL and afterwards to Charlotte in 1996. She is survived by two sons, Frederick Daniel Budd, Jr. and his wife Jeanette of Chantilly, VA and William Wesley Budd and his wife Nancy of Charlotte, NC, one brother, Felix Ardin of Bridgewater, NJ and a sister, Alexandria Kusma of Hacketstown, NJ. Helen was adored with six grandchildren, Deborah Budd Fletcher of Admirable Bay, AL, Frederick Daniel Budd III of Navare, FL, William Wesley Budd, Jr. of Burlington, NC, Stuart Coleman Budd of Charlotte, NC, Daniel Scott Budd of Chapel Hill, NC and Elizabeth Budd Harris of Lexington, KY. She had six abundant grandchildren, Laura and Elizabeth Fletcher of Admirable Bay, AL, Spencer and Davis Budd of Burlington and Jackson and Mallie Harris of Lexington, KY. She was preceded in afterlife by her aboriginal husband, Frederick Daniel Budd who was dead on Iwo Jima February 23, 1945. And William Gerald Thummel of Ft. Lauderdale, FL on October 24, 1996. Helen was the fourth of seven accouchement of Jean Marie Ardin and Maria McGlynn. She was preceded in afterlife by three brothers, Emile Ardin of Chester, NJ, Jean Ardin, Jr. of Dover, NJ and Joseph Ardin of Raritan, NJ, and one sister, Marie Karabella of Sommersville, NJ. The account will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be fabricated to The Charlotte Rescue Mission, PO Box 33000, Charlotte, NC 28233 or a alms of your choice. Harry and Bryant Aggregation is confined the ancestors of Mrs. Thummel.
TRUMBORE Trumbore, Bruce Lee, 38, of Oakland Park, died Mar. 2, 2002, in a adverse accident. Mr. Trumbore was built-in Nov. 29, 1963 in Sellersville, Bucks County, PA and came to S. Florida in 1970. He had formed for over 20 years for Melrose Irrigation in Oakland Park. He is survived by his wife, Jacqueline Banke Trumbore and adolescent son, Jordan, both of Oakland Park. He is additionally survived by his ancestor and stepmother, Kenneth and Inez Trumbore, of Oakland Park; his mother, Shirley (Paul) Verguldi of Quakerstown, PA; three brothers, Gary, Scott and Michael Trumbore, all of Pennsylvania, three step-brothers, Mike Jones, Tom Jones and Bill Jones, all of Palm Beach, FL; a footfall sister Kathy Cato of Plantation, FL and abounding nieces and nephews. A canonizing appearance will be captivated (today) Thursday, March 7, from 5 to 7:30 PM with a adoration account at 7 PM at the FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOMES AND CREMATION CENTER, 299 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (954) 763-4488. A Canonizing Burial Accumulation will be acclaimed Sat., March 9, 2002 at 10 A.M. at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 901 N.E. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale.
VASSEUR Vasseur, Mary Helen, age 74, anesthetized abroad March 6, 2002. The babe of Emmit and Gertrude Carter, Mary Helen was built-in in Evansville, Indiana. There she abounding Centennial Grade Academy and Ritz Aerial Academy admission with the chic of ’46. In 1947 she affiliated William Vasseur of Paducah, Kentucky. Mary’s two sons Larry and Bill, were built-in in 1948 and 1950 respectively. In 1961 Mary and her ancestors confused to South Florida. From 1961-1991 she formed for Publix Supermarket, Inc., backward afterwards 30 years of categorical service. Along with her duties as a mother and wife Mary set afar time for her Church. She was a allotment affiliate of the Adroitness Brethren Church of Pompano Beach, FL, area she served as the church’s aboriginal treasurer. Mary was dearly admired by ancestors and accompany alike. She will be acutely absent by all of those whose lives she touched. Among abounding blue-blooded ancestry she will no agnosticism be remembered for her airy and affable disposition and her adherence and adulation against her ancestors who meant aggregate to her. Mary is preceded in afterlife by her husband, Bill. She is survived by two sons: Larry Vasseur (Joanne) of Tamarac, FL and Bill Vasseur (Joann) of Coconut Creek, FL. She is added survived by two sisters: Albertha Scott and Maizell Kloke both of Indiana, and four grandchildren: Michelle Blackwood, and her fiance Brett Olitzky of Coconut Creek, FL; Michael Vasseur of Coconut Creek, FL, Jennifer and Jeffrey Vasseur of Tamarac, FL and one admired abundant grandchild Chelsea Blackwood of Coconut Creek, FL. The ancestors will accept accompany Thursday, March 7, 2002 2:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M. & 6:00 P.M.-8:00 P.M. at the burial home. Burial casework will be captivated Friday, March 8, 2002, 1:00 P.M. additionally at the burial home with burying to chase in Pompano Beach Cemetery. Arrange beneath the administration of Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, 200 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach, FL 941-4111.
VASSEUR Vasseur, Mary H., of Coconut Creek, FL died on March 6, 2002. Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, Pompano Beach.*
WIDLAN Widlan, Charlotte, 85 anesthetized abroad in her beddy-bye on Tuesday morning March 5, 2002. A South Florida citizen for added than 60 years, who could acquaint a adventure like no one else. She lived with her ancestors in Pembroke Pines. She will be remembered consistently with adulation and smiles by her many, abounding accompany and family, babe Esther, son-in-law Sam, granddaughter Aviva and grandson Evan. Burial casework and burying Thurs. (TODAY) March 7th 2:00PM at LEVITT WEINSTEIN MEM. CHAPEL/Mt. Nebo-Kendall Mem. Gdns. 5900 SW 77th Ave. Miami (305) 274-0641
WIDLAN Widlan, Charlotte S., 85, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on March 5, 2002. Levitt-Weinstein Canonizing Chapel.*
WILLIAMS-ALCEUS Williams-Alceus, Margaret, 50, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL died on February 28, 2002. Roy Mizell & Kurtz Burial Home.*
WILLIAMS Williams, Linese, 47, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL died on March 2, 2002. Roy Mizell & Kurtz Burial Home.*
ZAFONTE Zafonte, Grace, 76, of Hallandale Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. Robert Greaver Burial Home, Hallandale.*
PALM BEACH COUNTY
BATTAGLIA Battaglia, Nicholas J., 94, of Palm Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
BRODIE Brodie, Theodore, 80, of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Beth Israel Canonizing Chapel, Delray Beach.*
BULMAN Bulman, Joseph D., 93, of Boca Raton, FL died on March 5, 2002. Levitt-Weinstein Canonizing Chapel.*
CONKLIN Conklin, Mabel B., 89, of Delray Beach, FL died on March 1, 2002.*
GRAHAM Graham, Sara, 82, of Delray Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. Weiss Canonizing Chapel.*
GUNIN Gunin, Walter B., of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Gutterman Warheit Canonizing Chapel, Boca Raton.*
GUTIERREZ Gutierrez, Adrian, 97, of Boca Raton, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
HEIMLICH Heimlich, Mildred, our admired mother of Delray Beach, age-old 85, anesthetized abroad on March 5, 2002. She will flash in our memories like the admirable ray of sunshine she consistently was. Regretfully, our alive mother’s activity was concluded anon by asbestos-related lung cancer. She is survived by her two admiring sons, Barry Heimlich of Hollywood, FL, Philip Heimlich of Blue Bell, PA, their adherent wives, Ellen Kramer Heimlich and Sandra Reiner Heimlich, and her brother, Eugene Bleiweiss of Jamesburg, NJ. Mildred was admired by her 5 grandchildren: Daniel Heimlich, Bonnie Ross, Deborah Heimlich, Amy Tupler and Mark Heimlich; and 4 abundant grandchildren, Julia, Sara, Matthew, and Rachel. She was affiliated for 41 years to her adherent husband, Jack Heimlich until his afterlife in 1982. Built-in in the Bronx on October 14, 1916, she lived in Abundant Neck and Bayside, NY afore backward to Delray Beach in 1978. She was admiral of the Queens Club of Kings Point and bowled with the Kings Point All-Stars. She sat on her address lath and was alive at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton, the Walton H.S. Alumni of Florida, and volunteered for Hospice and the City of Hope. Burial casework will be captivated at Riverside Gordon Canonizing Chapel, 7205 W. Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL, 800-844-0979 on Thursday (TODAY), March 7, 2002 at 11:00 AM to be followed by bondage at Eternal Light Canonizing Gardens.
HELLER Heller, Dorothy Gordon, a citizen of Amityville, NY, died Monday, February 18, 2002 in West Islip, Connected Island, New York afterward a abrupt illness. Built-in 1912 in Patchogue, Connected Island, New York, Mrs. Hailer and her backward husband, Meyer C. Heller, lived in Fort Pierce from 1949 until 1975. At that time they confused to The Hamlet in Delray Beach area she connected to live, afterwards his afterlife in 1989, until 2000. She is survived by a brother, Benjamin Gordon of Patchogue; sons Norman Heller of White Stone, VA and Edward Heller of Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom; and babe Charlotte Kornahrens of West Islip. She is additionally survived by ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
JOHNSON Johnson, Gene Allen, 61, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
LEVIN Levin, Dr. Stanley, 81, of Lake Worth, FL died on March 6, 2002. Levitt-Weinstein Canonizing Chapel.*
MC CLURE McClure, Penny, 53, of Lake Worth, FL died on March 3, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
NELSON Nelson, Tomie, 67, of Boca Raton, FL died on March 6, 2002. Babione Burial Home, Boca Raton.*
NICHOLAS Nicholas, Barbara Ferguson, 64, of West Palm Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
PANKIN Pankin, Jerome (Jerry), of Boca Raton, FL died on March 5, 2002. Gutterman Warheit Canonizing Chapel, Boca Raton.*
PRESTON Preston, Gary, 62, of Lake Worth, FL died on March 5, 2002. Weiss Canonizing Chapel.*
RAKOWSKI Rakowski, Martin, of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 4, 2002. Gutterman Warheit Canonizing Chapel, Boca Raton.*
RICHARDSON Richardson, Stacey A., 23, of West Palm Beach, FL died on March 3, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
ROBINSON Robinson, Eloise, 87, of Briny Breezes, FL died on March 5, 2002. Weiss Canonizing Chapel.*
ROBINSON Robinson, Kermit, 83, of Jupiter, FL died on March 2, 2002. Weiss Canonizing Chapel.*
SLOVAK Slovak, Edgar, 86, of West Palm Beach, FL died on March 6, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
SMART Smart, Margaret E., 100, of West Palm Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
SWICHEL Swichel, Ceil, 89, of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Weiss Canonizing Chapel.*
TENNIES Tennies, Ruth Winston, 87, of Boca Raton, FL died on March 6, 2002. Babione Burial Home, Boca Raton.*
TUROWSKY Turowsky, Danny, 71, of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. Beth Israel Canonizing Chapel, Delray Beach.*
WALLIS Wallis, Shelby D., 80, of Boynton Beach, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
WILLIAMS Williams, Dorothy B., of Boca Raton, FL died on March 4, 2002. Kraeer Burial Home and Burial Center, Boca Raton.*
ZUCKERKORN Zuckerkorn, Alvin, 74, of Boca Raton, FL died on March 4, 2002. Beth Israel Canonizing Chapel, Delray Beach.*
OUT OF AREA
CLOUSE Clouse, Fredrick “Fred” Allen, age 62, Waynesville, NC, died Sunday, March 3, 2002 at his residence. A built-in of Wheeling, West Virginia, he was the son of the backward Clifford and Anna Miller Clouse. He retired in 2000 from Ford Motor Credit as a acknowledged coordinator with 31 years service. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Elizabeth Jarosz Clouse; two Sons, Stephen Clouse and his wife, Penny, of Maggie Valley and Chris Clouse and his wife, Mala, of Pembroke Pines, FL; two sisters, Frances Walter of Wheeling, West Virginia and Evelyn Pleasants, of Plantation, FL; two brothers, Robert Clouse of Wheeling, W. Virginia and Thomas Clouse of Deltona, FL; one grandson, James Falduto and his wife, Sarah, of Sunrise, FL; and a granddaughter, Krystianna Clouse of Pembroke Pines, FL. Burial casework were captivated at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2002 at St. Margaret’s Catholic Church in Maggie Valley with Ancestor Frank Doyle officiating. The ancestors will accept accompany from 7:00-9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, 2002 at Wells Burial Home in Waynesville. Wells Burial Home in Waynesville is in allegation of arrangements. http://www.wellsfuneralhome.com
GROOVER Groover, Robert L., 66, of Lake Park, FL died on March 6, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
HARSFALD Harsfald, Ruth, of Lake Park, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
MACKTA Mackta, Julia, 84, of Chestnut Hills, MA died on March 5, 2002. Brilliant of David Canonizing Chapels, North Lauderdale.*
PAGE Page, Jean Paul, 60, of Trois-Rivieres, Quebec died on March 3, 2002. Fred Hunter’s Hollywood Canonizing Gardens Home.*
IN LOVING MEMORY
3/29/27 – 3/7/93
Gone but not forgoteen. Your admiring wife Edith & family
IN LOVING MEMORY
TIMOTHY G. MATTON
July 22, 1946 – March 7, 2001
Remembering all your admirable and funny expressions is easy; not audition your articulation is hard. And not seeing your animated face is unbearable. But, the memories in adulation you larboard with us, consoles our hearts during this actual difficult year afterwards you. A abundant bedmate and ancestor is your legacy. Not one day goes by afterwards tears and again conceivably a smile as we bethink all the acceptable times together. We adulation you and absence you so actual much. Ku, Chris, Michelle, Sam and Geoff
DE GUSMAO De Gusmao, Emmanuel, 72, of Miami Beach, FL died on March 2, 2002. Wintter Ancestors Burial & Burial Services, Hollywood.*
GANNESS Ganness, John, 66, of Miami, FL died on March 4, 2002. Fred Hunter’s Hollywood Canonizing Gardens Home.*
HERNANDEZ Hernandez, Gilbert J., 74, of Hialeah, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
TRIPPE Trippe, Ken, who launched the cruise industry’s aboriginal automatic booking arrangement in the aboriginal 1980s, died February 26 at his home in Vero Beach, FL afterwards a connected action with cancer. He aforetime lived on Fisher Island for over 10 years. Hailed by the media as a Man with a Vision, Trippe was administrator of CruiseShip Information Services, the aggregation he founded in 1983 to advance an automatic cruise catch system. CruiseMatch acquired a US Patent as the aboriginal absolute computer articulation amid biking agencies and cruise band booking systems. Royal Caribbean purchased the aggregation in 1989. At the time of his death, Trippe was administrator of Cruise Brokers and of Trippe & Company, a banking casework adviser to the cruise industry. A approved contributor to Seatrade Cruise Review, he originated and authored the Sale and Purchase cavalcade and served as a apostle at Seatrade conferences worldwide. He had served on the boards of Royal Caribbean and Eastern Steamship Aggregation and was a administrator of The Hertzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund, and Landry & Kling Meetings at Sea. During his beforehand career, advocate and accounts able Trippe captivated high-level positions at a array of companies. As vp and broker of IU International in Philadelphia, he championed an advance by accessory Gotaas-Larsen in a apprentice cruise activity that captivated one-third buying of Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. He larboard IU to accompany Gotaas-Larsen in New York and Bergen, Norway, and amid 1975-81 served as vp-treasurer, director, and admiral & CEO. Trippe led the alteration to an absolute association with shares listed on NASDAQ and the London Stock Exchange and the alteration of the company’s operating abject to London. He additionally oversaw accessory NFDS’s investments in Royal Viking Band and accustomed the aboriginal three-four day cruises on the US West Coast with Western Cruise Lines, a counterpoint to Gotaas-Larsen’s Eastern Cruise Curve sailing from Miami. Trippe is survived by his wife of 12 years, Josephine Kling Trippe; sons Kenneth and Robert Trippe and babe Tracy Leeser. A canonizing account will be captivated in Miami on Saturday, March 9, at 5 pm at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral on N.E. 16th Street, with a acquisition anon afterwards at the adjoining Biscayne Bay Marriott Hotel. Burial casework in Philadelphia March 16.
VARGAS Vargas, Frank Antonio, 71, of Hialeah, FL died on March 5, 2002. All County Burial Home & Crematory.*
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