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Recieved in Year 2018


Henry, Donald Gene 1/6/2018 Obituary

Berger, Clarence Sam 1/10/2018 Obituary

Begenwald, Anthony J. Sr 2/4/2018 Obituary

Odom, Eunice 12/17/2017 Obituary

Ebaugh, John S. Jr. 2/25/2018 Obituary

Lombardi, John L. 3/8/2018

Wilk, Abe 3/28/2018 Obituary

Patz, Beulah 3/15/2018 Obituary

Coram, Thomas F.  8/27/2017 Obituary

Oslund, Gordon 2005

Crawford, Donald R. 4/15/2018 Obituary

Baker, Ida (Florilda) Millner 10/29/2017 Obituary

Jackson, Billie “Bill” 7/23/2017 Obituary

Sutton, Victor “Vic” 3/10/2018 Obituary

Thomas, Kathleen 7/16/2014

Barger, Richard L. 10/16/2016 Obituary Richard L. Barger, age 79, of Titusville, Florida, passed away on October 16, 2016.He was born on October 2, 1937 in Mammoth, West Virginia. Richard is a United States Air Force veteran. He was an electronic technician at the Kennedy Space Center and worked there for 42 years. Throughout those 42 years Richard was self-employed as a TV repairman and a mechanic for a service station. He was a union steward, a member of the American Legion and also a member of the Jaycees back in the 1960’s. Some of Richard’s favorite pastimes were working in the yard and riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Carol Barger of Titusville, FL; daughters, Susan Price and Connie Rose of Titusville, FL and Vicki Gentry of Mims, FL; sons, Jeffrey Barger of Mims, FL and Russell and Richard Barger both of Titusville, FL; brothers, Roger Bush of Beavercreek, OH, David Bush of Oviedo, FL and Gerald Bush of Fort Myers, FL; and 13 grandchildren.

Engle, Howard Joseph 6/1/2018 Obituary

Moranville, Chuck 6/7/2018 Obituary

Marquis, Alvin 10/7/2018 Obituary

Krauze, Imants 1/24/2018 Obituary1 and Obituary2

Smith, Ronald G. 7/25/2018 Obituary

Underwood, William Jerome 7/10/2018 Obituary

Lundhagen, Richard G. 7/23/2018 Obituary

Henrich, Anthony R. 10/2/2014 Obituary

Brickerd, Ronald D. 2/2/2015 Obituary

Raimond, Samuel 9/2/2018 Obituary

Samchuck, Andrew, G. Obituary

Wiley, Marshall, D. Obituary or PDF

Sohn, Henry C. 10/10/2018 Obituary - Henry "Carl" Sohn, 75, died October 10, 2018. He was born & raised in Glen Burnie, Maryland to J. Carl Sohn and Virginia Lee (Pumphrey) Sohn who preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Carol Lee (Comelitti) Sohn and his siblings, Nancy Schupple (Henry); Kathleen Gordon (Paul); Michael Sohn (Patricia) and Jennie Zucco (Keith); all of Maryland; and in-laws, Al Comelitti, Jr. (Linda) of The Villages, FL; James Comelitti of Deming, NM; Ann Bartos (Gary) of Lancaster, SC; Susan Comelitti of Ocala, FL and many nieces and nephews. Carl was a retired Honeywell employee contracted to NASA and a 4 year Navy Veteran during the Vietnam era. He & Carol moved to The Villages, FL in 2008. Carl loved riding his Honda Goldwing for over 35 years. He traveled throughout the US and Canada on it. He also enjoyed playing cards, crossword puzzles, and attending and socializing with members of the Vietnam Veterans Association Chapter 1036.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care, 601 Casa Bella, The Villages, FL 32162.

Beno, Robert J. - Robert James Beno (Bob); passed away October 23, 2018, after a long battle with cancer. Bob is survived by 5 sons, Robert Jr., Kenneth, Stephen, Brian and Jason. He passed away surrounded by his sons. Bob worked on Guam in the Telemetry section. He also worked in Bermuda and NTTF before he joined the Network Telemetry Engineering Group. He received the Silver Snoopy award for his work on numerous Telemetry projects including the SLC 6, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Shuttle launch Complex. SLC- 6 was decommissioned after the Challenger accident. He also worked on BFEC Intelligent Transportation Systems, (ITS) San Antonio, Texas, Charlette, North Carolina and the Boston Big Dig Tunnel Project. After leaving BFEC he worked for MIDASCO, as their Intelligent Transportation Systems Engineer. He was offered a job and hired by Parson Brinkerhoff Farradyne, to work as the contract inspection engineer, Woodrow Wilson Bridge replacement project and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel upgrade. During this project Farradyne was purchased by Televent, and then purchased by Schneider Electric. His career ended in December, 2015 when he was diagnosed with cancer. Godspeed Bob and may God be with you on your journey home.

Stevens James M., Sr. 10/8/2018 Obituary

Ruxlow, Robert C. 9/13/2013 Obituary

Gallup, Ben 11/11/2018 Obituary

Klus, Sue Gallup 2014 Obituary

Patrick, Blaise A. 12/10/2018 Obituary

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