In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to American Cancer Society, E. Her husband of nine years, Rob Parker was by her side.
At an early age, Trish and her family moved to Melbourne, Florida. She spent most of the remainder of her life in the Melbourne and The Satellite Beach area.
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Indeed, a unique individual, Trish was an expert Angler. Born with the gift of Fly Fishing she worked as a fishing guide navigating the streams and rivers in North Carolina for those who sought her expertise. She was a member of the Melbourne Yacht Club and seasoned navigator who enjoyed sailing the Indian River, the Bahamas and the Deep water off California. She was a gourmet cook, mother of three beautiful children and had the most fun-spirited personality.
Trish was truly adventurous. She sought and received her concealed carry permit and became a competent marksman at the Palm Bay Rifle and Pistol club. She was passionate about good music, and loved animals. Patricia is survived by her husband, John R. She is preceded in death by her father, Joseph Robbins and her daughter, Courtney Marcher; Finally, she adores and enjoys many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
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Eric was born on February 11, in Gainesville, Florida, the youngest of four Anderson children. He was baptized and confirmed at Gethsemane Lutheran Church and later attended University Lutheran Church as a college student. For four seasons, from to , he participated in Drum Corps International as a member of the Troopers.
While in college and beyond, he devoted many hours to volunteering at the Helping Hands medical clinic for the homeless. For the past seven months he had been residing in Louisiana and working for the city of New Orleans.
Eric, known as Thomas to many of his friends, is survived by his mother, Kathryn Henderson Harold , two brothers, Kenny and Brian Anderson, a sister, Amy Anderson, several aunts, uncles, and cousins, and a niece. Interment will follow in Forest Meadows Central. After high school, he attended and then Graduated from UF. Val then returned to UF and entered Law School.
His quiet, yet effective leadership skills were quickly noted, and he was asked to serve as Exalted Ruler when a vacancy occurred, serving much earlier than is traditional. From there, Val became active on the District and State Levels, again serving on numerous Committees.
Val and his wife, Claudia, traveled to every state, Puerto Rico and Panama that year as he visited numerous Elks lodges and met thousands of Elks. He was proud to serve in an organization that helped so many in numerous ways.
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In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: Elks national Foundation N. A Memorial Service will be held at a. She was years of age. She came to the University of Florida, and proudly graduated with a teaching degree. She was a huge Gator fan! Ruth was preceded in death by her husband Robert Johnson, and her brother Kenneth Freeman. Buford Cedric Scott, Sr. Buford was born in Gainesville on August 27, to W. Scott started as a letter carrier for the United States Postal Service in and retired after 36 years.
He was a charter member of Wesley United Methodist Church. Buford enjoyed hunting and fishing, and spending time with his grandchildren. Scott, Jr. A Celebration of his Life will be held at a. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the church. Stringfellow, Jr. Jim was a leader from an early age. He attended P.
Young which in honored him as a Distinguished Graduate. He went on to serve four years as a navigator in the U. Air Force retiring in with the rank of Captain. Jim returned to Gainesville and became partner in Stringfellow Supply Company, a building materials business started by his grandfather. During this career he served as president of the National Building Material Distributors Association.
His early community service included chairing the Gainesville Airport Advisory board 12 times, leading the team that built the first control tower, hired the first airport manager, developed the first airport master plan and obtained the first FAA grant to enable the main runway to accommodate heavy jets for commercial flights.
Jim was always keenly interested in the financial operations of our local governments.
In Jim was on the chamber of Commerce board that established the Leadership Gainesville Program. He was elected Chamber president in In Jim began a tour of volunteer service to the newly formed Santa Fe Healthcare, a not-for-profit integrated healthcare company, as well as serving on the board of directors of AVMED Health Plan.
In , Jim served as the founding chairman of the board for Hospice of North Central Florida, a then fledging attempt to start a service to provide medical, physical, emotional and spiritual care to the terminally ill in this area. Thanks to his initiative and involvement, Haven Hospice thrives and serves thousands of families. Jim was a modest man and not one to talk much about his community service, other than to say that he always wanted to help meet community needs. Jim was a long-time supporter of the Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County, an agency that funds child care for working parents.
Jim was an avid gardner and a passionate athlete. He played handball, tennis, golf, and ran both the New York and Boston marathons. He was a private pilot and built his own aircraft. In when the church was destroyed by fire, Jim chaired the church reconstruction committee. For all his leadership and accomplishments, Jim was a sweet man known to his family as Pappa, who gave unconditional love to his children, grandchildren, and the children of the entire community. The family invites friends to join them after the service in the Parrish Hall, followed by interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
Thomas Perry Hicks, Sr. Tommy Sr. He served two years in the Marine Corps, stationed in Japan. He worked as a congressional aide, in property investments and in real estate. He was one of the first members of the Gator Touchdown Club. Between the two of them, the Gators would win every game if the coaches would only have consulted them. The stories he could tell would make one laugh, while also hoping that the stories may not be entirely true.
He loved to cook, often grilling burgers and ribs. His favorite time of day at the lake was late afternoon. He is survived by his three children: Thomas Perry Hicks, Jr. He was After working several industrial jobs in his youth, he turned his focus to education, which ended up becoming his passion and career.
Denny met the love of his life and his wife of 52 years, Joan Shepler, at the University of Dayton in , on his way to earning his Bachelor of Science in mathematics and computer science in Denny also served as Associate Chair of the Department of Statistics from to During his 35 years at the University of Florida, Denny was a renowned teacher of statistics. His teaching, mentoring and encouragement helped thousands of students throughout the years.
One of his favorite roles was serving as the Undergraduate Coordinator, helping to grow the undergraduate statistics major as an option for mathematically talented students. Denny always made time to be a loving father, throwing batting practice and timing countless swim meets along the way. He was an avid golfer, and enjoyed traveling whenever he could. Despite his FSU education, Denny was a passionate fan of the Florida Gators and often enjoyed going to football, basketball and baseball games with his friends and family.
Denny was preceded in death by his parents. He also leaves behind his beloved granddaughter, Lauren. A Visitation for Dr. A Graveside Service will be held at a. William E. Austin Sr. Bill was born on November 2, in Charlotte, N. Long Creek in Immediately following his graduation from Lees McRae, he entered the U. Army and served in both the European and Pacific Theaters. After serving with the Japanese occupation forces, he was discharged and returned home in May of having achieved the rank of Master Sergeant.
He also served for a year as an activated reservist during the Korean conflict. State in with an engineering degree. His professional career was devoted to agriculture and natural resource conservation. His last position with the agency was in Gainesville, Florida, serving as State Conservationist. Division of Soil and Water Conservation for two years.
He also devoted over 26 years volunteering with SunState Federal Credit Union in Gainesville on the Board and Supervisory Committee and received the Volunteer of Distinction designation for his years of service.
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