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The most recent listing of obituary notifications for Florida, United States.

Sharon Lee Levanduski

Sharon Levanduski worked 30 years as an ICU nurse at Florida Hospital Waterman in Eustis, FL.

Jennifer “Bobbi” Honse

Bobbi Honse retired in 2016 and moved to The Villages, FL where she enjoyed gardening and spending time with her family and Starsky & Hutch (family dogs).

Dozier obit

Our Heavenly Father has called from this walk of life our beloved Mr. Rowdy Dozier, age 55, of Dothan, Alabama, who peacefully passed away on Friday, October 4, 2019 at Jackson Hospital in Marianna, Florida. Read More …

Jean A. Peer

Jean Peer, a recent resident of Lady Lake, worked for 30 years at Hewlett Packard.

John Schuyler Bentley

John Bentley was an avid target pistol shooter, enjoyed traveling and always had a novel close at hand.

Robert A. Dunlea

Bob Dunlea was an avid golfer and enjoyed playing at Orange Blossom Hills CC in The Villages and Martin Downs CC in Palm City, FL.

Karl obit

Mrs. Ottie Redmon Karl, 84, widow of Albert Karl, passed away Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Jackson Hospital while surrounded by her family. Read More …

Kelsey obit

Donna Janice Kelsey, 63, departed this life on October 2, 2019 from a long term-illness. Read More …

Tom Lee Myers

Tom Myers finished his various playing careers with exactly 1,700 softball hits, a perfect 300 bowling game,  and 4 holes-in-one over 17 years of playing in The Villages. 

Thomas J. Bruce

Tommy Bruce retired to The Villages in 2000 after working 37 years as an insurance representative in life, health and financial services for several companies.

Albert Franklin Lounsbury

Al Lounsbury was a faithful member of the North Lake Presbyterian Church in Lady Lake, a loyal member of the Orange Blossom Gardens Lions Club of Lady Lake where he was in charge of the Annual Villages Christmas Parade for many years and participated in many charitable activities including the…

Matthew Charles Saporito

Matthew Saporito was not only an intelligent student beyond his years, a dedicated Boy Scout to his troop, Troop 302, or a talented athlete. He was also passionate about the people around him.

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