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Miller, Frank Miller, Mrs. Frances Mayer of Pilot Point. Adolf Nohavitza of Weimar. He was survived by: Surviving are three daughters, Mrs.
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In , he retired and they moved to Columbus to live. Collett Dillworth of Austin, and Mrs. Rankin Carter of San Antonio. His only son Dr. Thomas Hairston of San Antonio died several years ago. Lueckmeyer and Harvey Gibson all of Independence. Funeral services for Leroy J. Paul Lutheran Church in Columbus. Robert Schlortt and Rev. Burial was in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery. He was united in marriage with Thusnelda Koehn Jan. He and his family moved to Columbus in where he was County Agricultural Agent for a total of 29 years.
He was instrumental in organizing the Colorado County Fair, he was past president of the St. Depart of Agriculture for his educational program on brucillosis. The Colorado County Fair will be dedicated to him. Interment followed at St. Alma was a devoted housewife and enjoyed cooking, baking, sewing, quilting, embroidery and doing handwork her entire life.
She liked to play dominos and in her later years could still win most games and play quicker than her younger opponents. She was preceded in death by her husband; daughter-in-law Rita Jo Hajovsky; her parents; two sisters; her niece Mark Skeleton and numerous brothers and sisters-in-law. Survivors include her sons Thomas and Michael; daughter Judy and her husband Larry Moler; grandson Christopher and wife Sulekha; granddaughter Lauren; sister-in-law Georgia Seifert; and numerous nieces and nephews.
John Anton Hajovsky, 95, of Weimar, passed away Nov. He began working on March 17, , at the age of 16, for Hill Bank and Trust Company as a bookkeeper.
He was promoted to assistant cashier, cashier vice president and director and finally to the presidency in He remained president for over 30 years, until he stepped down in at the age of He then retained the honorary title of president emeritus and continued his daily visits to the bank for many years after.
He was involved with Hill Bank and Trust Company for 75 years. He was a devoted member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and together with his wife, made substantial contributions to St. Michael's Church and St. In addition, they were benefactors to Colorado Fayette Medical Center, donating a chapel and mammogram unit to the hospital, and also to Parkview Manor Nursing Home.
He was the longest living member of the Weimar Knights of Columbus. In , his family was recognized as the Knight Farnily of the Month. Hajovsky was a member and past president of the Weimar Rotary Club and was involved with this organization for 59 years. In January , he was presented the club's "Four Avenues of Service" award and he was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow for his support of the Rotary Club's international charitable endeavors. In , the Weimar Masonic Lodge No.
The city of Weimar honored him by electing him to serve as co-grand marshall of the Gedenke Parade. Funeral services were conducted on Monday, Nov. Michael's Catholic Church and interment at St.
Mary's cemetery at Nada, Rev. Hajovsky, 89 of Columbus, passed away May 4 at St. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the St. Post Ladies Auxiliary. Funeral services took place Friday, May 8 at St. We regret to state that the wife of V. Halada died in this place on the 11th inst. She leaves a husband and an infant babe. Halada was an old resident of Weimar and was well and favorably known. He was a widower and leaves one daughter, who is attending school at Castroville. Halliday, a German shoemaker, who has been living in Weimar for the past 18 or 20 years, committed suicide on the 25th by shooting himself in the head with a bulldog revolver.
It is not known at what time the act was done, but it must have been during the earlier part of the night, as the body was discovered next morning apparently cold. Hal grew up in Mercedes, Texas and, despite suffering from the effects of polio, he played football, was a top student, played the trombone in the band, sang in the choir, and became an Eagle Scout.
He later attended Southwest Texas State University and graduated with a double major in history and government. Hal was honored as a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity. When the war in Vietnam escalated, he enlisted in the U. While stationed in San Antonio, he served in the Judge Advocate General's office, completed his law degree, and received his doctorate in jurisprudence from St.
He served from and did one tour in Vietnam. He moved to Columbus in and began his law practice in criminal and family law, which he continued until the time of his death. Hal did charitable work for many local churches and did work free of charge for child protective cases. Few knew of his charitable work, which was done without need for recognition.
Honorary pallbearers included Virgil E. Relatives and friends in the community were deeply saddened to learn last week of the death of Mrs. Hale died in the Eagle Lake Community Hospital at 6: Inspirational taped organ music was rendered during the service. The body of this loved one was placed to a final resting place in the Lakeside Cemetery. Ted Brunner, Donald Obenhaus, J. At that time Mr. Hale was band director at Eagle Lake High School. In the family moved to Kerrville and has made their home there since except for periods when Alice Mae was confined to hospitals here and in Houston.
Hale was a member and active worker in the Methodist Church and in other civic and community organizations. She loved doing volunteer work with the elderly and with various senior citizen organizations. It was always her desire to be of assistance in whatever way possible to friends of all ages.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Harold Thomas of Eagle Lake. Surviving to mourn the passing of this loved one are: Thomas, both of Eagle Lake. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews and other relatives and a great host of friends. Alice Mae always had a smile and words of cheer, love, wisdom and friendship for every acquaintance. She was always an inspiration to her family, relatives and friends and she shall be missed by all who came to have the pleasure and honor of her acquaintance.
Martin Hale, 84, of Kerrville, passed away Thursday, July 15, , at 8: He began his teaching career as high school band director in Eagle Lake, where he married Alice Mae Thomas in He attended the University of Texas at Austin during the summer and received an M. He moved to Kerrville in , where he was employed by the Kerrville Independent School District as Curriculum Director until his retirement in A year later, he returned to work part-time in charge of maintaining all audio-visual equipment throughout the K.
His life was dedicated to his family and to education. He was a positive influence and an invaluable role model for his many students throughout his career, through his undying faith in young people and his determination to contribute wherever he could to their growth and development. He truly made a difference. His wife, Alice Mae Hale, passed away in after nearly 47 years of marriage. Survivors include his son and daughter-in-law, Wm.
Thomas and Ralph Thomas. Funeral services were held Sunday, July 18, at 3 p. Phillip Stevenson of St. Boniface Episcopal Church officiating. The family assembled for graveside services and interment at Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake with Rev. A memorial service will be held at 2 p. Honorary pallbearers were John and Drs. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the Scottish Rite Learning Center of Austin Inc.
Citizens of Eagle Lake community were deeply grieved this week to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Thomas Preston Haley, native of this community and one of its most dearly loved persons. Haley became ill at her home here Sunday, December 23rd and she was admitted to Laughlin Hospital. She never recovered from a heart ailment and passed away at Monday morning, December 31st.
Funeral services were conducted in the First Presbyterian Church at 3: Townsend, pastor of First Baptist Church and the Rev. Parke Smith, pastor of Christ Episcopal Church officiating. Clara Mae Nash played favorite hymns on the piano during the services. Interment was in Lakeside Cemetery beside her husband who preceded her in death on March 13, Serving as pallbearers were: Wintermann; Samuel Martin; M.
Mill-Bauer Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. At the age of six she and her family moved to Houston where she attended school. The family moved to Kansas City in and after residing there for six years, returned to Houston and then moved here in , where she made her home until her death.
Vineyard of this city; one son, Thomas P. Haley of Austin; a sister, Mrs. During her lifetime she was a devout member of the First Presbyterian church and centered her life around her home, her family, and her church. She was a Sunday School teacher for many, many years and provided music for services at the Church. Her friendliness and love for her fellow citizens won her the admiration and love of the entire community. Her many friends join her family in the sadness upon the loss of this loved one.
Funeral services were held at Columbus Funeral home yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Haley was born at Rusk Dec. She was a member of the Methodist church and had lived here for about 4 years with the Craycraft family. Pallbearers were Sam Harbert Jr. Eagle Lake, March Funeral services for Thomas Preston Haley, 53, well known rice grower and cattleman, were held here Tuesday afternoon from the residence of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Vineyard, with whom he made his home.
McNeill of Houston, pastor of the Presbyterian church here, and the Rev. Park of Christ Episcopal church and interment was in Lakeside cemetery.
Haley served on the tire panel of the Colorado county war price and ration board, and was an elder of the Presbyterian church in Eagle Lake,.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Haley, a son, T. Haley IV; and his mother, Mrs. Funeral services were to be held Wednesday, February 3, at 11 a. Graveside services were to follow at the Lakeside Cemetery at 3: Sympathy is extended to the family in their loss. Funeral Services for Albert H. Halfmann of Frelsburg were held Saturday, October 28, from Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Frelsburg at He was united with the former Toni Canik June 25, , and was a retired farmer.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Funeral services for Edward Halfmann, farmer of the Frelsburg community, were held at the family residence and later at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Saturday, with requiem high mass at 10 a.
Burial was in the Frelsburg Catholic cemetery. Halfmann suffered a stroke Dec. He was born a Frelsburg May 14, , and spent his entire life in that community. He was married to Helen Cranek 41 years ago. Willrodt of Columbus and Mrs. Josephine Hoelscher of West Texas. Ball bearers were Louis Cranek Jr. Interment was at Sts. Father Werner Bockholt officiated. Halfman, a rancher and taxidermist, passed away about May 17 at his residence near Frelsburg where he had resided for the past 50 years.
He was 56 years of age. Funeral services for Leo R. Rosary was recited Saturday and. Sunday evening' In the funeral. Halfmann's death was attributed to. His body was found near a tractor by Fred Barnett at the Barnett and Peek sawmill shortly after noon Friday.
Halfmann had gone to the mill with a tractor and trailer to load slabs. He ts survived by his 2nd wife, the former Maybell Hermsdorf; 4 daughters, Mrs. Pallbearers were his nephews. Fred and Lawrence Hoelscher, Anton Jr. Burial was In the Catholic cemetery at Frelsburg. She was born Nov. She married Remi Halfmann on Feb.
She was a homemaker and a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Frelsburg. She is survived by her daughters: Regina Halfmann Zientek and husband Alois of Brenham and Evelyn Halfmann Ullmann and husband Irvin of Wharton; nine grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; and one great-great granddaughter. Funeral services took place Tuesday, Feb. Interment followed in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery in Frelsburg.
He was born in Frelsburg, Nov. He was self-employed as a carpenter and farmer and was a member of Sts. He is survived by his wife; daughters and sons-in-law, Regina and Alois Zientek of Brenham and Evelyn and Irvin Ullmann of Wharton; 10 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted May 9 at Sts. Interment followed in the church cemetery. Cook, after an illness of several weeks. Everything that physicians, family and friends could do to stay the hand of death was done, but without avail.
Wilson, Methodist pastor, officiating. At the conclusion of the services the greatest array of floral tributes perhaps ever seen in Weimar was placed upon the mound, attesting the popularity and esteem in which this good lady was held by the people of this city and section.
The active pall bearers were six of Mrs. The honorary pall bearers designated by the family were as follows: Pickens, Dan Roberdeau, A. Large numbers of mourning relatives and friends were present from many points throughout the state. The family moved to Texas in her early girlhood, and she lived in Weimar the greater part of her life. She was married to the late John A. Hall, and is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Pickens; also by a number of nieces and nephews.
Hall was truly a lovable, good woman. Until ill health beset her, she was active in church and social work, and was beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.
She ever proved a good wife, mother, neighbor and friend, and the unusually large attendance at the funeral attested the high esteem in which she was held by all.
Truly a noble, good woman has gone from among us. Again the hand of death has appeared in our midst and taken from us a precious little angel in the form of little Cloe, the youngest daughter of Mr.
Hall of this place. The precious darling was sick only two or three days with congestion and breathed her last at 4: Only five summers had passed over the head of the baby girl, but during that time it had wound itself around the hearts of many of our citizens by its bright and affectionate ways, and all sypathise deeply with the greatly bereaved parents in this sad hour of deep distress.
The remains were interred in the family lot in the Odd Fellows' cemetery Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, followed to the last resting place by a large concourse of friends and relatives, Rev. Collins of Columbus officiating. Hall was rushed to the Eagle Lake hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival. Many hearts will throb with sorrow when the above announcement is read.
Few men possessed as many friends and admirers as did Mr. He was the very soul of honor. Hall is that man," and all our people, rich and poor, high and low, white and black. Few men ever lived such an exemplary life as did this grand. Of quiet, unassuming habits, only those who had dealings with him or who possessed his confidence realized what a depth of character, manhood, integrity and all those attributes that go to make up the true type of gentleman were possessed by John A.
Charitable to a fault. He was a consistent member of the Methodist church; also a member of tile Masonic Order, Odd Fellows and United Workman, He will be buried this Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Odd Fellows' cemetery. Hall was born in Christian county, Ky. He came to Texas with his parents in , first settling in Washington county thence moving to Fayette county, and from there to this communityity, where he resided almost continually with the exception of four years' absence in the service of his country as a faithful and gallant Confederate soldier.
For many years and up to the time of his decease, he was in the lumber business in this city. He leaves a heartbroken wife and one daughter. Hall of Round Rock, and one sister, Mrs. Harrison of Flatonia, besides a large number of relatives and friends as numerous as the sands of the seashore. To the grief-stricken family. God pity and comfort them in their deep distress, is the sincere wish of all. He was born Aug.
He was a self-employed owner of LuftWerks and Scoti-Zahner. He married Tina Delgado Hall on Jan. He served in the U. Mary, Jennifer and John Hall. An Alleyton man was killed Sunday evening following a two-vehicle collision on Hwy.
Hall, 82, dead on the scene after being struck by a Dodge Dually. According to Department of Public Safety reports, Hall was pulling out of a private drive on the west side of Hwy. Department of Public Safety trooper Troy Clark said Hall pulled into the path of Curlee who was pulling a utility trailer. Curlee, who received minor cuts and bruises, struck Hall in the driver side door. His name was t im Hall, and he was formerly the mail rider between Alleyton and Milheim.
At last accounts the body had not be recovered. A little child of Mr. Frank Hall was bitten by a dog some time ago, and not much was thought of it at the time. The child became sick last week and on last Sunday night it died, with all the symptoms of hydrophobia. This is a sad case indeed, and the bereaved parents have our sympathy. We sincerely hope that this case will cause all useless dogs to be exterminated.
The ten month old child of Mr. Hall, living on the Burns place at Calhoun, died last Saturday night of pneumonia. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, interment being made in the Lakeside cemetery. Carole Bunge Halla passed away comfortably at her home on November 2, , after a short but valiant battle with metastatic breast cancer.
She was raised in Garwood, Tx. She proceeded to receive her Bachelor and Master Degrees from St. Thomas University in Houston, Tx. Carole married Carl James Halla, Jr. She raised her two children in Houston, and during her 25 years living in the city along with earning her commercial pilot's license, became an avid philanthropist using her artistic, creative and leadership talents in many capacities including being elected and serving as President of the Houston Junior Forum in She returned to the country in where she lived on her property, Caroleta Ranch, in Weimar, Tx.
She was blessed to spend the last fifteen years of her life married to Billy Ray Emfinger, living close to her children and grandchildren, enjoying travel along with entertaining, and continuing her family business as well as artistic endeavors while still maintaining her close connections to Houston.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, parents, first husband, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and two sets of in-laws. Her funeral services will be held on November 8, starting at 9: In lieu of flowers and in honor of her dedication to philanthropy, memorials can be made to her most recent non-profit interest, Turtle Wing Foundation, P. Box , Schulenburg, Tx. He was born on April 29, in Philadelipha, Pa.
He retired from Halliburton after 34 years. He was a member of American Legion post , V. A rosary will be recited at 7 pm on Tuesday at the funeral home. Services will be held on Wednesday June 19 at 10 am at St. Johns Catholic Church in Taiton with Rev.
Gabriel Oduro Tawiah officiating. Burial will follow at Lehrer Cemetery in Garwood with military honors under the auspices of American Legion post Honorary pallbearers will be his grandchildren. Memorial donations in memory of Frank Hallinger Sr. Condolences for the family may be left online at www. The body of an aged man was found on the banks of the Colorado River just north of the Southern Pacific railroad bridge at Columbus by a sheriff's posse about Sunday after the woman at whose home he was boarding had notified the officers he was missing.
The man was J. Hallmark, 70, who had been living in Columbus only two months. Justice of the Peace Earl J. Frnka returned a verdict of death due to natural causes.
Fuller, the landlady, told Deputy Sheriff M. Hallmark, who often fished in, the river a short distance from her home, left about 10 am. Sunday to go fishing. When he had not returned after dark she notified the officers. The body was found on a path about feet from the water and Justice Frnka estimated he had been dead about eight hours. Little is known of the man but he is reported to have recently visited his father, in his 90's, who lives somewhere in Arkansas.
There also were unverified reports of a brother in Houston and a son in Dallas: About a dozen men joined in the hunt, equipped with walkie-talkie radio sets borrowed from Weimar and Eagle Lake police departments.
Tanner and Judge Frnka were in the group. Memorial services for Nadine Causey Halvorsen, are scheduled for 2 p. Rob Fisher and the Rev.
Halvorsen passed away June 10, at the age of Nadine was born in Lissie, Texas, Jan. After attending boot camp in Hunter College, N. After residing for some years in Austin and Houston, she moved to Tyler, in and became a member of Pollard United Methodist Church. She became an active volunteer at the King's Storehouse Food Bank. Memorial services for Ralph E. Halvorsen, CPA, are scheduled for 1 p.
Halvorsen passed away April 17, , at the age of He was born in South St. He was discharged from the service in December He graduated from the University of Texas in and spent his business career in Houston. He was vice president and treasurer at Reed Roller Bit Co. After retiring from American General he had his own accounting practice and also served as business manager and controller for the Wortham Foundation. He retired from his practice in and moved to Tyler in In Tyler he was an active volunteer in Pollard Methodist Church.
If desired, memorials may be made to Pollard United Methodist Church in Tyler, or to your favorite charity.
Death came very suddenly on the 19th to Alfonso B. Holyard[sic] at the home of his son-in-law Charles Smith, near to where he was born 67 years ago, and since resided and raised a family of good children who survive him. On May 17, , in Columbus Mr. John Shropshire's company, which was afterwards known as Company A, Tom Green's Regiment, Sibley's Brigade, and went through the hardships of that command in its campaign to New Mexico.
He went through the battle of Val Verde, Johnson's Ranch, Glorietta, Parolto and others, in which campaign he lost two step-brothers, Robert and Ashley. Another step-brother, John, died recently. Holyard[sic] returned to Texas in , was in the retaking of Galveston, Jan 1, and through the campaign in Louisiana.
The deceased leaves behind, about fourteen members of the original company to join with the family in mourning the loss of one we all loved [Interment made in Halyard Cemetery ].
The death of Miss Carrol Halyard occurred at their home, six miles north of town last Sunday evening, after an illness extending over a period of about eleven weeks. Funeral services were held at the residence and interment made in the family cemetery. Deceased was 39 years of age and is survived by her mother, Mrs. Halyard, and one brother, Mr. George Halyard of Crockett, to whom our sympathy is extended. We deplore the death of another old and highly respected citizen in the person of Mr.
He died on Tuesday last very suddenly of heart disease. He has been a resident of this county for about forty years, and was well known in Western Texas. A large circle of relatives and friends mourn his demise. John Halyard, a well known citizen of this section, died Sunday after a long illness, and the remains were buried in the Live Oak Cemetery Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Halyard had lived in Colorado county the greater part of his life, and the last few years in this immediate section. He was the father of Mrs. John Miles of the Live Oak section. He had many friends, was a kindly, good man, and his death is sincerely regretted. Out heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved relatives and friends,. She became suddenly ill Friday of last week and was rushed to the hospital for an emergency operation. Loretta Bacon was born at Seguin on October 29, , and came with her parents to Columbus when she was a small child.
There she grew to womanhood and was married to A. Halyard, son of a large plantation owner. She was the mother of five children, four of whom, and also her husband, having preceded her in death. One son, George William Halyard of Crockett, twenty-four grandchildren, forty great grandchildren, and two great great grandchildren survive.
Annie Taylor of Eagle Lake is a granddaughter. Funeral services were held from the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Otto Miller, at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, interment being made in the old family cemetery [ Halyard Cemetery ] on the Halyard Plantation, beside her husband, the Columbus Methodist minister conducting the services.
Those from Eagle Lake attending the funeral were, Mrs. Walker and daughter, Mrs. Selma Falen and probably others whose names we failed to learn. She was a Texas veteran, having immigrated to this country years before the war of , and had an interesting fund of reminiscences of that early period. Her remains were committed to earth in the o ld family Halyard burial ground last Sunday aftenoon at 3 o'clock in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends, the Rev.
Collins, pastor of the Methoidst Church at this place, officiating. The Citizen trusts an appropriate obituary of this estimable lady will be prepared for publication.. Burial was held at the Lakeside Cemetery in Eagle Lake. He farmed and operated a dairy in our area for many years before moving to Wharton during World War II.
Preceded in death by parents, his wife, the former Ada Courtney of Alleyton; a daughter, Pearl and son, Milton. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Graham of Sweeny, Mrs. Stomski, Edward, 86, of Titusville, died Sunday, Sept. Stonewall, John, 83, of Titusville, died Sunday, Sept. Locklin, Harvelton, 69, of Titusville, died Thursday, Oct. Cady, Rodger, 58, of Mims, died Saturday, Oct. Wilkes, Irene, 79, of Mims, died Friday, Sept.
Carson, Robert, 81, of Port St. John, died Friday, Sept. Sanchez, Consuelo, 84, of Titusville, died Friday, Sept. Howard, Jeanne, 80, of Titusville, died Monday, Sept. Arrangements by At Peach Cremation Services. Gonzalez, Santiago, 92, of Titusville, died Tuesday, Sept. Collins, Ethel, 86;, of Titusville, died Friday, Sept. Arrangements by North Brevard F funeral Home. Sales, Johnny, 50, of Titusville, died Wednesday, Sept.
Cardamon, Gertrude, 93, of Titusville, died Saturday, Sept. Arena, Sarah, 73, of Titusville, died Sunday, Sept. Seitz, Jane, 82, of Titusville, died Monday, Sept. Klotz, Mildred, 82, of Titusville, died Monday, Sept. September 12, Davis, Valeria A. Riffe, Norman, 59, of Titusville, died Saturday, Aug. Larry, 81, of Titusville, died Saturday, Aug. Custer-Hunt, Mirelle, of Port St.
John died Sunday, Sept. Glover, Richard, of Titusville, died Sunday, Sept. Charles, 63, of Mims, died Monday, Sept. John, died Tuesday, Sept. Roller, William, 78, of Mims, died Monday, Aug.
John, died Tuesday, Aug. Hutnick, William, 69, of Titusville, died Monday, Aug. Lockhart, Lawrence, 68, of Titusville, died Monday, July Engel, Olive, 92, of Titusville, died Sunday, Aug.
Melvin, 27, of Titusville, died Monday, Aug. John, died Monday, Aug. Pilliccieri, Troy, 30, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Bourne, Michael, 41, of Port St. John, died Friday, Aug. Kindermann, ;Herbert, 78, of Titusville, died Saturday, Aug. Marshall, Stewart, of Titusville, died Thursday, Aug. Kearney, Lester, 86, of Titusville, died Monday, Aug. Joun, died Thursday, Aug. Blackwood, Mildred, 86, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Burdine, Faith, 22, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug.
Cartlidge, Conrad, 23, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Gochbert, Margaret, 83, of Titusville, died Sunday, Aug. Harrison, Charlotte, 69, of Mims, died Friday, Aug. Sullivan, James, 70, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Dubisky, Frank, 81, of Titusville, died Saturday, Sept.
Zahar, Michael, 85, of Titusville, died Saturday, Sept. Bradley, Douglas "Craig,"50, of Port St. John, died Thursday, Sept.
Hawthorne, Josephine, 77, of Scottsmoor, died Wednesday, Sept. Hart, Tommie, 57, of Port St. August 22, Framulare, Lynn J. Schoeberlein, Vern, 94, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Stubbe, Trenton, 4, of Port St. John, died Saturday, Aug. John, died Tuesday , Aug. Crowther , Norman B. Garrett, Charles, 75, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Blair, Joe, 41, of Mims, died Friday, Aug.
Forknall, George, 76, of Titusville, died Sunday, Aug. Arrangements by Brevard Memorial Home in Rockledge. Kinderman, Herbert, 78, of Titusville, died Saturday, Aug. Raymond, Mary, 85, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug.
Rinehart, Luelia, 77, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Wisenburn, Louise, 92, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Osborne, Edward, 90, of Titusville, died Sunday, Aug. Stokely, Mary, 85, of Titusville, died Saturday, Aug. Smith, Joyce, 60, of Port St. John, died Wednesday, Aug.
Rivera, , Angel L. William, 52, of Titusville, died Friday, Aug. Streepy, Rosalie, 88, of Titusville, died Thursday, Aug. Boles, Fred, 78, of Titusville, died Thursday, Aug. August 8, Pratt, Janet E. John, died Sunday, July Palm, William, 64, of Titusville, died Sunday, July Lube, Cleo, 72, of Titusville, died Monday, July Manor, Lena, 87, of Titusville, died Wednesday, July Faulk, Eileen, 76, of Titusville, died Saturday, July Joseph, 78, of Titusville, died Monday, July Wilson, Jim, 60, of Port St.
John, died Friday, August 2. Schneider, Vanelia, 82, of Port St. John, died Thursday, August 1. Mascia, Carl, 61, of Titusville, died Tuesday, July Arrangements by Atlantic M mortuary in Rockledge. Landingham, Alvin, 79, of Mims, died Wednesday, July Richter, Hazel Elizabeth, 79, of Port St. John, died Tuesday, July Sampson, Marian, 66, of Titusville, died Saturday, July Russell, 89, of Titusville, died Wednesday, July Arrangements by North, Brevard Funeral Home.
Hudgins, Wanda, 7 1, of Port St. John, died Friday, July Treder, James "Jim" A. Palm, William, 64, of Titusville, died Sunday, July 2 1. Armstrong, Wilma, 73, of Titusville, died Sunday, July 7. Arrangements by Wylie-Baxley Titusville Chapel. Nelson, Jack, 90, of Titusville, died Monday, July 8.
Nelson, Robert, 61, of Titusville, died Sunday, July 7. Anderson, Barbara, of Titusville, died Tuesday, July 9. Margaret, 86, of Mims, died Wednesday, June Higginbotham, Leslie, 70, of Titusville, died Wednesday, June Roberts, Fannie, 94, of Titusville, died Tuesday, June John, died Thursday, July 4.
Arrangements by Wylie-Baxley Chapel. Green, Ada, 90, of Titusville, died Sunday, June Shimei, Diane Matalone, 35, of Port St. John, died Wednesday, June Mountcasel, Jerry, 65, of Titusville, died Friday, June 7.
Sukserm, Madisyn, infant, of Titusville, died Sunday, June 9. John, died Tuesday, June Scott, Eugene, 59, of Titusville, died Wednesday, June John, died Thursday, May Copeland, Doris, 76, of Titusville, died Sunday, June Cozad, Doloros, 79, of Titusville, died Monday, June John, died Sunday, June Lucille, 88, of Titusville, died Friday, June Wallace, Russell, 50, of Mims, died Thursday, June June 13, Artlip, Traci, 29, of Port St. Colgrove, Arlene, 81, of Titusville, died Tuesday, May John, died Wednesday, June 5.
Dolce, Sadie, 97, of Titusville, died Wednesday, May Arrangements by Wylie-Baxley Rockledge Chapel. Hackney, Jessica, 17, of Titusville, died Monday, May Minnifield, Jessie, 64, of Titusville, died Friday, May Neumann, Edyth, of Titusville, died Thursday, May Orimston, Elsie, 78, of Titusville, died Sunday, June 2. Paul, of Titusville, died Wednesday, May Pereira, Manuel, 62, of Titusville, died Saturday, May Slining, Jeff, 48, of Port St. Raymond, 62, of Titusville, died Sunday, May John, died Thursday, June 6.
Yanko, Mary, 97, of Port St. John, died Tuesday, June 4. May 32, Blaile, Dorothy B. Harris, Mathis, of Mims, died Thursday, May Howlett, Harry, 87, of Mims, died Friday, May Jowers, Charles, of Titusville, died Wednesday, May 8.
Knox, Loris Skip , 74, of Port St. Mudrak, Raymond, 67, of Titusville, died Saturday, May Seremek, Frank, 75, of Titusville, died Wednesday, May 8. May 9, Bauer, Shirley V. Ferreira, Mario, 75, of Titusville, died Saturday, April Hughes, Edna, 85, of Titusville, died Wednesday, May 1.
John, died Thursday, May 2. Mace, Julia, 63, of Titusville, died Monday, April Martin, Raymond, 81, of Titusville, died Monday, April John, died Friday, May 3. Earl, 70, of Port St. John, died Wednesday, May 1. Rezler, Albert, 77, of Titusville, died Monday, April Vaughan, Mary, 75, of Titusville, died Sunday, April Vaughan, Wilbur, 75, of Titusville, died Sunday, April April 25, Andry, Jr. John, died Wednesday, April Arrangements by Direct Cremations in Gainesville.
John, died Saturday, April 6. Bilksy, Alex, 79, of Titusville, died Sunday, April 7. John, died Sunday, April 7. Forester, George, 77, of Titusville, died Saturday, April Arrangements by Brevard Funeral Home in Cocoa. Nichols, Francis, 73, of Mims, died Wednesday, April Rosamilia, Raberta, 67, of Titusville, died Tuesday, April Santello, Mary, 73, of Titusville, died Tuesday, April Tanner, Barney, 91, of Mims, died Wednesday, April Wyatt, Mildred, 76, of Titusville, died Thursday, April April 11, Andrianos, Mary C.
John, died Friday, March Bronsone, II Russell W. Canada, Lora, 79, of Mims, died Monday, March John, died Wednesday, March John, Died Sunday, March Maxwell, Gordon, 75, of Titusville, died Tuesday, March Joe, 66, of Titusville, died Tuesday, April 2.
Stathes, Theoni, 95, of Port St. Busto, Segismunda, 95, of Titusville, died Thursday, March Gilbert, Kathryn, 68, of Port St. Lyerly, William Graham, 69, of Pinehurst, N.
Arrangements by Lankford Funeral Home in Deland. Morrissey, Tom, of Mims, died Friday, March 1. Nardei, Albino, 91, of Titusville, died Thursday, March 7. John, died Monday, March Benita, Quaresma, 95, of Titusville, died Tuesday, Feb. Edwards, Rosalin, of Titusville, died Sunday, Feb. Haines, William, 51, of Summersville, W. Hirsch, Marjorie, 79, of Port St. Hoffmann, Richard, 64, of Titusville, died Thursday, Feb. Hudson, Betty, 75, of Titusville, died Saturday, March 2.
Lewis, Dennis, 44, of Titusville, died Sunday, Feb. Martin, Frederick, 78, of Mims, died Monday, Feb. Owens, Inez, 93, of Port St. Riddle, Burnell, 77, of Titusville, died Wednesday, Feb. Vera, Susan Patricia, 40, of Port St.
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