Obituaries in The Villages, Florida. Local obituaries, local passings, local information on the deceased in The Villages, Florida. Local funeral home listings and links for individual condolences.
George Del Monte was the announcer for Bands of The Villages, as well as a vocalist for The Villages Swing Band. He also was an award-winning published poet.
For the last 16 years, Melvin Brown and his wife, Margaret, escaped the Maine winters for their home in The Villages, where they were difficult to get a hold of as they were always out with family and friends.
Being a homemaker and raising 8 children, Mary Jo Petulla also enjoyed painting and teaching ceramics. She had a love for movies, and she passed along that passion to her children.
George Roome and his wife, Lois, eventually moved to The Villages, where George joined the Train Club and spent many happy hours attending meetings, playing with trains, and enjoying the many activities and interests he and Lois shared.
Roger Cochran and his wife, Betty, retired to the Villages and loved it. Golfing daily, listening to music at the Squares – they truly lived their best life!
Judy Seasor was a hard-working waitress and spoke often about her many jobs at different restaurants. Judy had an incredible work ethic, and together with her husband, worked hard to provide for her family throughout the years.
Tana Denner devoted her life to pet rescue. Her dogs were her children. She used that passion, first as a client and then as a dedicated Vet Tech at The Animal Clinic of Lady Lake.
Hope Davis moved to Lady Lake from Brooklyn nine years ago to be closer to her children and because of her health issues.
Villager John Meakin was devoted to his wife, Mary Jo, his children, his grandchildren, and the Lord. He enjoyed volunteer work, table tennis, reading, golf and jigsaw puzzles.
Throughout John McCormick’s life, he was very active, competing in any sport activity, such as volleyball, horseshoes, billiards, softball, ping-pong, and bowling, in which he competed in sanctioned leagues, accumulating numerous awards, and continued until the age of 92.
Matthew Marble was a Christian who enjoyed rebuilding motorcycles, construction work, and spending time with his good friends.
Jay Clooney loved to travel, golf and visit with family. He was an active parishioner and volunteer at St. Mark the Evangelist.
Judy Johnson was an excellent cook, and she loved to sew and cross stitch. She was a talented musician who played the French horn, drums and piano.
While living in The Villages, Tom Materazo enjoyed playing golf with his wife and neighbors, kayaking, cycling and attending the many social events in their neighborhoods.
Rosemarie Coppola worked at Macy’s as a saleswoman for 21 years while raising her family. She was a member of the Red Hat Society
Jack Kabat spent the last 20 years in The Villages playing golf with his dinosaur club friends, woodworking, socializing and playing cards with friends. He loved popcorn and made the best pancakes.
Carmelina Woodworth worked in the banking and secretarial industries before moving to Fruitland Park, which she called home for over 20 years.
Bertha Cave enjoyed being a Military wife and loved being around family and friends.
In addition to being an avid tennis player and golfer, Inez Gallinaro and her late husband, Nicholas, enjoyed many years of domestic and international travel both for business and pleasure.
Rich Mintken and his wife, Genie, moved to The Villages in 2014 to enjoy an active lifestyle, nightly music and golf courses.
Jeanne Marciante was an active member of The Villages and St. Timothy’s Catholic Church. She worked at the old Chula Vista restaurant and the front desk of the Villages Health Club, though her great passion was being a water aerobics instructor at La Hacienda Sports Pool.