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In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to U. Sailing Center of Martin County, Inc. Indian River Dr. Irving M. Levin, 95, died peacefully at his home in the Summerfield community, on Thursday, November 8, with his wife of 41 years the former S. Frances Kelley, at his bedside. He participated in numerous projects including testing the first inertial guidance system.
Kenneth A. Green died peacefully at his home in Hobe Sound, Florida, on Wednesday evening, November 7, , at the age of He was predeceased by his parents, Albert and Esther Green; his sister Winifred; hisbeloved wife of 49 years, Betty; and his wife Delores with whom he spent 12 loving years. He served in the U.
Ken was a member of the Pilgrim Holiness Church now Community Bible Church for more than fifty years serving as song leader, Sunday school superintendent, and board member for many of those years. Working with the Gideons International was an integral part of his life; Ken was a member for over forty years serving in the Broome County camp in New York as well as the Martin County camp in Florida. He held several offices and participated in Bible distributionsin hospitals, high schools, New York city street corners, and even in South Korea.
He frequently supplied music at the Binghamton City Rescue Mission and participated in jail ministry on a regular basis. The Lord was the center of his life and his first priority was to serve Him. The family will receive visitors this Sunday afternoon November 11 at P. The viewing will be immediately followed by a funeral service at P. Matthew Ellison officiating. Box , Washington , D. Kenneth B. Ferrin,53,of Hobe Sound, passed away Thursday, November 8, surrounded by his loving and devoted family.
Kenny, as he was affectionately known as, had many outside hobbies. He loved being on the water, taking photographs and just enjoying the outdoors life. He was a wonderful billiard competitor and played on many leagues. Kenny made it to the the Las Vegas Billiard Championship. Most of all, Kenny loved and adored his family. He is predecesed by his brothers Robbie Allen and Randy. Jennifer Anne Wren. After graduating from St. Jennifer returned to Stuart for a brief period and then moved to Boston, MA.
She lived in the the Beacon Hills section of Boston for ten years, returning to Stuart area in the summer of Jennifer was very much loved and will be greatly missed and always remembered by her father and her family, as well as her many friends in the Boston and Stuart areas. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy may be made at www. Sandra Feeley.
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In the Cape Cod, MA. Sandy retired from teaching in As a child she lived in Avon, MA. She had lived in Sharon, MA. She and her husband Paul had been a snowbirds coming to Jensen Beach since She was so proud of raising her 3 sons. She is predeceased by her sister Carol. Port St. Lucie, Florida. Stuart, FL. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy may be found at www.
Patricia Still. Patti as she is fondly known as, was a true artist. She worked with many mediums such as oils, pencils, paper art and photography. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in loving memory of Patti can be made to the First United Methodist Church, S. Online condolences and expressions of sympathy can be made by vising www.
Noreen Trenoweth. Born in Johannesburg, South Africa and lived most of her life, Noreen came to Martin County to be close to her loving daughter Zelle and her family. She is also survived by her grandchildren Claudia and her husband Jimmy and grandson Craig and many relatives in South Africa. She was predeceased by her husband of 57 hears Charles and and son John and daughter Mavis. LaDon M. As a young woman, she attended MacPhail School of Music in Minneapolis, where she developed her passion for singing. It is there where she met her husband of 53 years, Wally Johnson deceased.
They sang together at over events, including TV and charity benefits. Her devotion to Wally and her passion for music inspired many. LaDon enjoyed an active life including tennis, skiing, and golf. The Mariner Sands Chapel Choir and the game of Mahjong brought her many special friendships and great joy over the years.
LaDon was an optimistic woman, always striving for the best in life for herself, Wally, and others. She is survived by her brother James and his wife Barb of Brainerd, Minnesota, along with many nieces and nephews, in-laws, special friends, and extraordinary caregivers. Harry G. Fritz, Jr. Harry G Fritz, Jr. He served for 7 years, Harry was involved with many veterans organizations. Harry was a wonderful husband of 36 years to his best friend Gail Fritz. Harry was an avid animal lover, and is also survived by his three dogs Lucky, Misty, Dakota, and three cats Lexie, Cally and Hannah.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in loving memory of Harry can be made to Paralyzed Veterans of America. Kanner Highway, Stuart, Fl. Thomas A. Thomas "Tom" A. Haack, 74,passed away Thursday, October 18, , peacefully at home surrounded by his family. Ernest R. Ernest Richard "Ernie" Swanson, 74, of Stuart, Florida, died peacefully October 14, with his wife and children by his side.
Ernie was a musician, vocalist, instructor and entertainer and began his career at the age of 11 as a child actor in off-Broadway productions. He switched his interest to music in his teens and played with and backed up top recording artists, in addition to leading his own band, The Crescents for over 30 years.
He is also survived by Eve Farley. Timothy D. Today we said goodbye to our friend and family member Timothy Dwayne Melton Koehn. From an early age it was apparent that Tim had a love affair with the water. His life was spent living and working on and around the sea. Timmy leaves behind his family and friends to cherish his memory. We would like to thank the staff of Treasure Coast Hospice in Stuart, FL for being so caring and taking amazing care of Timmy in his final days. We would also like to thank all of his friends who stopped in to share time with Timmy over the past week. His family appreciates all of your kind words and support.
Most of all we want to give special thanks to Timmy's very closest friends and super-brothers, Brett and Todd. Your love and support of Timmy has been truly amazing. A celebration of life with friends and family will be held at a later date. As soon as we have finalized the details, they will be shared on Tim's Facebook page. Charlotte Rose Blackner.
Charlotte had a successful career in the insurance industry. She retired from Sedgwick James where she worked as an Administrative Manager. Charlotte is survived by her sisters, Mary Jane and Linda and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Kathleen Bell. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 a. William Moscatello. William Moscatello, 76, of Stuart, Florida, died peacefully at home on Wednesday, October 10, surrounded by his family.
William was an enthusiastic outdoorsman and adventurer who enjoyed fishing, scuba diving, horseback riding, and flying. His greatest passion was boating, and he spent many happy summers and weekends at sea with his family and friends. Most important to William was his family, who miss him greatly. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to be made in William's name to Treasure Coast Hospice at treasurehealth. Dennis Wright. He was surrounded by his loving devoted mother, daughters, granddaughters and sister Pauline.
He worked 33 years in the Oil Field. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church. Jennifer Stroud will be officiating. Frederick L Shreves. Rick was preceded in death by his parents, Melvin and Virginia and his brother, Melvin Pete. Joseph Patrick Deisler. He was born March 28, to Edward G. Joe attended St. As his passion was always sports, he left the family business and built his first Bowling Center State Lanes in He held the recognition of having the 1 Summer Bowling program in the United States. When Joe sold his first 3 Bowling Centers in , all 3 ranked in the top five percent in lineage in the nation.
He pioneered the modern game of bowling in Saginaw where he was the first to install synthetic lanes and computerized automatic scoring. His techniques and promotions were so successful that many have been copied at other centers around the country. He established a youth scholarship fund and was proud to have been able to aid in furthering the education of many young bowlers.
His love for football never ceased and he continued to follow his favorite teams. Joe is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Gwendolyn Northrup Deisler. He was a great mentor to so many, and his wisdom will live on. Norma Walton. Norma W. Walton, , of Stuart, Florida passed away on Friday, September 14, Norma was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and animal lover whose kindness and gentle soul enriched all who knew her.
Before her passing she forged a year old trail of love, laughter, generosity, compassion, wit, and wisdom. She loved comfy slippers, housecoats with big pockets, big band music, pianos, violins, opera, the Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Twinkies, cooking, baking, traveling, knitting, needlepointing, and bourbon sours with buffalo shrimp from The Black Marlin. She loved reading so much the Library for the Blind had trouble keeping up with her talking book orders.
She had a wonderful smile and absolutely loved laughing inappropriately at every given opportunity. In addition to her parents Norma was predeceased by her beloved brother George M. Friends may gather prior to the service from 2 PM till time of Services. Internment will take place at a later date in Campbell, NY. In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in her name to Treasure Coast Hospice, as their compassion brought her great comfort over the past three years.
Kanner Hwy Stuart Florida Friends may gather prior to the service from 2pm until the end of the service. Kenneth Lincoln Schlamp. His early education was on Staten Island. From he served in the U. Navy as an aerographer on weather ships in the North Pacific. Schlamp was a partner in Carstens Electrical Supply Co.
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Schlamp was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He was an avid golfer, and enjoyed skiing and tennis with his family at their Vermont vacation home for many years. He was also blessed with two step grandchildren and two step great grandchildren several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, we thank you for any donations given in Mr.
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Wray died surrounded by her family August 31, of pneumonia at the age of A loving mother and wife, Mary will be missed especially for her easy smile and heart-warming welcome. She is survived by her husband Jerry D. Wray and his wife Kim, granddaughter Samantha Slater and her husband Eric, and two great-grandchildren. Please send donations to www. Dick Genthe. Genthe Dick was born on October 27, and passed away on Wednesday, September 12, of a prolonged illness with his family by his side.
A native of Wyandotte Michigan, he entered the family automobile dealership business which began in in the late forties. The opportunity arose in to purchase the local Chevrolet dealership, which he did. In he moved that store to its current location in Southgate, MI which thrives to this day. It is currently led by his great grandchildren, the 4th generation of Genthes in the business.
Dick was always held in the highest of regard by his peers and was a source of great counsel to his fellow dealers. When he became less actively involved in the business and became a Florida resident, he found new loves. A very faithful Christian he always was very active in the churches to which he belonged and would not miss a Sunday service except when skiing.
He grew up in the First Congregational Church of Wyandotte, attended Grosse Ile Presbyterian most of his life, and the highlight of his week for the past five years has been Palm City Presbyterian Church. In fact it was a most excellent day when he could do all four. David C. Inurnment will be private. Jack Timmerman. Jack was a lifelong automobile enthusiast.
As a teenager he built a Ford Coupe. Jack was an avid boater, fisherman and clammer. Most places he lived were always on the water or coast. Jack was a Boston Red Sox Fan and he and his wife enjoyed extensive cruising and traveling. After retirement, Jack played lots of golf with his friends.
Online condolences, expressions of sympathy and funeral service dates can be made or found by visiting www. Jamie Lea Ward.
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She was pre-ceded in death by her father, Raymond Ward. At this time we will be celebrating her life in New Jersey over the Holidays. If you would like to make a donation in her name to any Addiction and Health Treatment Centers or Any Hospice Foundation would be greatly appreciated. Kanner Hwy Stuart Florida 1 Arthur W. Peterson, Sr. He later became an an Airline Pilot for Braniff Airlines for many years. He was of the Baptist faith. Friends may visit prior to the service from am to am. Military Honors of the U. Robert Kelly Cook. The family moved to Fortville, Indiana where he attended local schools until his Sophomore year when he transferred to Scecina High School in Indianapolis.
In high school he stayed busy with Cross Country and School Leadership programs until graduation in Upon their graduation in they returned to Fortville. Kelly worked and later owned Abrasive Products while Cheryl taught and coached at the local high school.
Kelly "temporarily retired" as he would later say many more times after their move. He loves to fish, teach others to fish, and build rods to catch those fish. Boats and trucks came and went but his love of fishing never faltered. He is fortunate to enjoy 17 fishing trips to Costa Rica and many weeks spent at the Big Pine Key Fishing lodge with countless nights underneath the Bahia Honda Bridge all with the intent of hooking, jumping and catching his favorite fish, Tarpon. Kelly is a special guy with a quick wit. He is a straight shooter, good friend, great father, and a wonderful husband of 50 years.
His spirit will guide us forever. Visitation is from am. Casual attire with colors especially blue , Hawaiian and fish patterns are encouraged. For memorial contributions, the family has designated the American Cancer Society, Hospice or Bonefish and Tarpon Trust another helping hand in the ongoing water management crisis. Norah Kathleen Murphy Bigelow. Preceded in death by her husband and childhood sweetheart, John G. Bigelow, and a brother, Jerome Murphy.
Flowers gratefully declined. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. She could inhale her own ascension. Rising, rising, rising, On new wings, Not the smashed and broken ones that had tethered her to earth too long Unbound at last and rising, rising, rising, She looked into what seemed to be the pink salt glow of an emerging sunrise. As the radiance expanded, she saw the familiar sails. She looked behind her. It was black and uninviting. With a tentative frisson of urgency, she tested her wings, paused. Rising one last time with new certainty, she flew, with a new and joyous heartbeat, Toward the quivering sails.
Brian Craig Albrecht. Brian Craig Albrecht, 30, of Denver, Colorado, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, September 3, in Riverside, California as a result of injuries sustained while doing what he loved best, speed paragliding. Brian always lived life to the fullest. He enjoyed doing anything outdoors in the fresh air and blue skies. Audrey Ruth Hanlon. Predeceased by her parents, Albert A. Montet, she is survived by her devoted husband, Thomas F. She held multiple positions there, ultimately retiring as a benefits specialist.
She was also a devoted homemaker, and created a loving and welcoming home for her husband, children, and guests. Family and friends will attest to her unfailing thoughtfulness of sending greeting cards for almost every occasion.
She was an avid collector of books, and was a lifelong voracious reader. Many represent classic characters in literature, historic figures, and places she had visited. She was also fond of baskets, china, pottery, and crystal, and had a shrewd eye for adding pieces to her collections. Once retired, Mrs. Hanlon traveled often, usually with her husband, and sometimes with other family members. She visited most of the countries of Europe, islands of the Caribbean, and much of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. She enjoyed tours and cruises especially, because of the social engagement these kinds of travel facilitate.
Margarita S. Krause June 21, — August 25, Margarita Krause, was years young, residing at Stuart Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Stuart, Florida, when the full moon guided her journey into the realm of Heaven on Saturday, August 25, She was a remarkable, extraordinary woman with a life worthy of a novel. She was a competitive swimmer in school, a sun lover and was consistently being chased out of the sun by her shade-loving mother. At age 19, she met Albert Swasey at a ballroom dance in Havana while he was visiting Cuba for a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute reunion.
Here was her long awaited ticket to adventure, the world out there and escape from the confines of the island! And so began her adventures with the handsome Navy Lieutenant from New York. Margarita was a passionate, vibrant, complex woman, a devoted, fierce mother and Commander of the household and kids.
She was an accomplished seamstress and her many embroidery, crochet and crewel work creations were amazing works of art. At first, the young family moved throughout the United States pursuing Al's engineering career. I think we watched every episode of I Love Lucy during those years. In Madrid, Spain, she skied the mountains, traveled aboard a steamer to Portugal with friends, and danced the night away with the newfound overseas crowd.
She stitched napkins and tablecloths. She survived Vivian's pet lizards, threatening to flush them down the toilet when they escaped their shoe-box home. She encouraged George who excelled at baseball and was testing his wings as a young man. And she survived solo with her children on the USS Rotterdam across a stormy Atlantic Ocean from Holland to New York, with waves so rough they broke the porthole in the cabin, suitcases swimming on the flooded cabin floor.
She insisted on sports participation for all, even when the kids were not quite willing. Vivian took tap dancing lessons in New York, Flamingo dancing in Spain, and Dick and Vivian began horseback riding lessons while on tour in Bangkok. George and Dick both participated in baseball.
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George became a star pitcher in Spain and also did quite well in football. Yes, Margarita was always there. And like her mother before her, would travel to visit grown children no matter where they were living. She was so proud of her children and her need to keep in touch; the glue that kept the family together. Tired at last of overseas travel, she returned to Massapequa, NY, divorced Al, and met a new man, Seymour Krause, one who was not an avid adventurer.
Not long afterwards, Margarita and Cy moved to Miami, FL where she had always wanted to live and where she felt right at home in the Cuban population. But Cy's job transfers took him to Clearwater and then lastly to Jensen Beach. Margarita volunteered at the Elliott Museum after Cy passed, where for the next 10 years she was a permanent fixture in the Gift Shop. Antique Car Shows at the Elliott would find Margarita dressed in vintage clothing, wandering amongst the visitors, strutting her stuff.
I think perhaps those were her happiest years - free of children, husbands and cooking duties! Even in the Halls of Stuart Nursing during her 8 years in residence there, Margarita was known as a spiffy dresser with coiffed hair, lipstick on, Revlon Red nail polish and high heels clacking down the halls on her way to bingo. It literally took years to get her accustomed to wearing lower heeled shoes! Free at last of the physical body that finally betrayed the adventurer, I know she is driving God nuts with high heels clacking and the need for ever more Adventure!
She is survived by her three children George, Vivian and Richard, her granddaughter Anne, and two great grandsons Hunter and Thomas. I miss you, Mom. God speed.
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Constance Barden Stanley. Constance Barden Stanley, age 94, passed away Aug. Lucie, Florida, near her loving and dutiful daughter, Jane, who attended to her daily. She worked several years at Bristol Manufacturing as secretary to Rev. She was particularly proud of her responsibilities for the Girl Scout Cookie Sales. She was a member of The Baptist Church in Warren for 62 years, where she enjoyed serving as president for 3 years in the 50's and was pleased to be the first woman president of the church.
During her years with Ralph, they attended The First Congregational Church of Bristol where she became a member in Connie was the daughter of Clyde and Grace Brayton Barden. Her friends and relatives will all remember her fondly for her great laugh, wonderful smile, and her always positive outlook on life. A private family burial will be held in RI. David Patrick O'Neil. He leaves behind his maternal grandfather Eugene Merullo and a host of Aunts, Uncles and Cousins to cherish his memory. Judith K. Judith, once a long time resident of Guntersville, passed away after a prolonged illness while residing in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.
She was a warm caring woman who loved children and animals. Lincoln is survived by daughters Brenda Barnett, Kimberly K. Gray, Billy Lincoln and William Lincoln and many others. She will be greatly missed by all until we meet again as we stand with our Savior. Ellis is interred. Donald M. Donald "Don" Coon passed away peacefully with family at his side at St.
After graduation from Bellport High School in , Don attended Princeton University as a music major but his love for the water took him to the University of Miami. Don graduated in with a major in marine biology and in from the School of Law. He was an active member of the Florida Bar for over 50 years. Don embraced his passion for the water through fishing and sailboat racing from Miami to the Bahamas. After leaving private practice he utilized his law, business, and real estate knowledge to build and manage marinas and dry stack storage facilities.
In addition, he developed and managed other commercial projects and precious metals recovery through nontraditional techniques. After moving to Palm City in , Don was thankful and proud to have the opportunity to serve his community through both business and charitable efforts. Don served as the Crane Creek community president for 10 years, volunteered at Holy Redeemer Outreach, and was a cornerstone volunteer at St.
Joseph's Carpenter's Kitchen for over 19 years. He felt truly blessed when he was able to positively impact the lives of people around him. He is preceded in death by his parents and his brother, Jeffrey. Donations in loving memory of Don may be made to Carpenter's Kitchen, E. Norman D. Norman Dussel Klamut Norm was called home to be with his Lord on August 11, , at his home in Stuart Florida, due to complications following spinal surgery. He was 83 years old.
When he retired in , Norm and Marlene were accomplished in the sale and support of 25 Mail Boxes Etc stores within their market. They were blessed with many franchise owners who became truly wonderful friends. An avid Cleveland Indians fan, Norm never forgot his love for the game, and enjoyed watching his team through the art of modern technology, as his life continued away from the Cleveland Ohio area. He was also a beloved fan of the Carolina Panthers, holding original PSL seats until he moved with Marlene in to Stuart, Florida to be near his family.
Norm never met a stranger he didn't try to engage in conversation. A kind and gentle man, he was always very active in his church, where her served as an Elder and loved singing in the choir. He enjoyed playing on the church softball teams, and when he was no longer able to play, he was the scorekeeper and 1 cheerleader. He has a brother, John Klamut, residing in Cortland, Ohio. September 2, at p. Robert J. Bob Dobens. He was He put himself through college by working at the Manchester Union Leader newspaper, and after graduation began his career there as a reporter.
Bob moved to Stuart in , where he met the love of his life, Barbara Strunz. They married in It was on the Treasure Coast that Bob began his photography business. He became the leading social photographer in Martin County, and was known and beloved by all those he helped and whose lives he touched through his talent. It is not an exaggeration to say that this smiling man behind the camera helped dozens of local non-profit organizations and thousands of people through his selfless generosity and photographic skills.
He donated countless hours to various charities through his photography, for which he was named the Unsung Hero of the Year by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Treasure Coast Chapter. Despite challenges over the last few years brought on by diabetes, Bob continued to take pictures. He always said that he'd never retire because for him photography was never work - it was fun, and it was his life. All who knew Bob can testify to his passion for baseball, particularly for the Boston Red Sox.
Over a span of six years, he and his brother Peter visited every Major League Baseball park in the country. Bob was a wealth of knowledge on everything about baseball and the Red Sox. Two friends who are like family and have been with Bob throughout his journey in Florida are Gene Brown and Steve Browning.
If you have a personal connection with Bob through another charity, please donate to that charity in his honor. David J. Dave was born in Blue Island, Illinois into a family rooted in the very origins and history of the game of golf. Dave spent his early years touring, as he considered making a career as a professional golfer. After touring, he realized the importance of creating a better surface for golfers and became an Agronomist to help make that happen.
Dave and Wanda spent four wonderful years in Mexico. Upon returning to the US, Dave went to work as an Agronomist for Nicklaus Design and traveled the world as a consultant for the company. Augustine, Florida.
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