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Friday, May 13, 2022

Elizabeth L. Walder

Elizabeth L. Walder
Elizabeth L. Walder

Elizabeth L. Walder was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to many. She left this world suddenly on May 2nd to be with the love of her life, Herman Jr. Betty was the mother to sons Herman III (Cindy) and Karl (Elena) and grandmother of Karl II and Devon Zanca (Lyle). She is also survived by close friends Joni and Tom Clark, Ed Martin, and her puppy Duke.

She was born to parents Edna and Karl Knauss in Williamsport, PA on December 4, 1934 and spent most if her early years in Wayne, NJ. She graduated from Pompton Lakes High School in 1952 where she was a cheerleader and friend to many and moved to Medford Lakes where she enjoyed many years of canoe carnivals, boating, dancing, horses, and sewing. She enjoyed the last 23 years in The Villages, FL. Betty was loved by many and will be missed by all.

Arrangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory in Lady Lake, FL. A service in her memory will be at a later date.

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Officials should be smarter when it comes to windmill and water tower

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In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of De La Vista West resident raises his concern about a Sumter County commissioner who suggested the possibility of eliminating golf cart traffic on North Morse Boulevard.

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A Villas of Spanish Springs man expresses his displeasure about the status of Hacienda Hills Championship Golf Course. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Explanation about windmill and water tower doesn’t make sense

A Village of Hawkins resident says that the explanation about the need to rebuild a windmill and water tower at Brownwood doesn’t make sense. Read her Letter to the Editor.

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