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The Villages
Friday, March 31, 2023


Kathy Veronica Dombrowski

Kathy Dombrowski spent many years active in the Rome Alliance Church and continued to be a blessing to others by serving and supporting other cancer warriors around The Villages.

Barry Michael Brown

After retiring to Florida, Bobby Brown worked for The Villages as a gatekeeper.

Thomas R. Cooper

Tom Cooper retired from Mack Trucks in 2005 after 45 years.

Richard Maurice Greenlee

Dick Greenlee enjoyed golf, photography, reading, and spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.

Betty Elizabeth McEuen

Betty McEuen worked in the Ocala Courthouse for 15 years in the passport and small claims section. Later in life, she worked at Bank of America as cashier.

William W. Curry Jr.

Bill Curry served in the Air Force and was a veteran of the Korean War. He retired as an air traffic manager with the International flight service station at the Tamiami Airport in 1993 after 35 years of service.

Thomas Witt

Tom Witt served in the United States Air Force and Reserve. He retired in 2007 from Cranbury Township, N.J., where he worked as Director of Public Works and Township Manager.

Joseph Steven Safko

Joe Safko lived his life to the fullest, enjoying polo, motorcycle racing, hunting, trap and skeet shooting, skiing, sailing on Lake Erie, Canadian fishing trips, road rallies, antique collecting, golf, tennis and pickleball.

Samuel W. Scott

Samuel Scott was an avid golfer and a member of various golfing groups. He loved animals especially his dogs and enjoyed cooking his famous ribs for loved ones.

Susan Ansari

Sue Ansari moved to The Villages in 2013. She loved living in Florida, becoming a golfer, and summering in NJ at the shore.

Nelson George DeRyke

Nelson DeRyke moved to Florida from New York between the years 2000 and 2001 and enjoyed traveling and playing golf.

Kenneth E. Tarbox

Ken Tarbox volunteered at the Wildwood Florida Soup Kitchen every Friday for seven years. He enjoyed being a member of The Villages Segway Club and drill team.

Bart Gilpin

Bart Gilpin loved to play golf, enjoyed playing cards and could be found every Sunday watching NASCAR.

Michael B. Austin

Michael Austin was devoted to his family as well as golfing, cooking and spending many enjoyable times with his friends.

Douglas John Markley

Doug Markley oved being physically active (golf and pickleball), participating in and often leading rides with his Harley group, and hanging out with myriad friends in overlapping social circles.

Michael S. Guarino

Michael Guarino enjoyed telling stories about baseball and the Stamford (Conn.) Babe Ruth Baseball League World Championship team.

Glenda Sue Hefflefinger

Glenda Hefflefinger was a retired waitress for Cracker Barrel in Ocala.

Beverly A. Machak

Beverly Machak enjoyed many crafts, knitting, crocheting, an avid reader, traveling and cooking.

Agnes Maloney

Angie Maloney will be remembered as a devoted wife and mother, a loving caring aunt and a wonderful friend.

Robert L. Sullivan

“John L” Sullivan was a transmission assembler for the Chrysler Corporation in Kokomo, Indiana from 1956 to 1987.

Julia Schaefer

Julia Schaefer led the fullest of lives through travels, golf, cards, and her love of family and friends.

James R. Selfridge

Jim Selfridge's lifelong hobbies included jam sessions, ham radio, cartooning, studio recordings, motorcycles, cryptography and later, history and genealogy.

Raymond J. Shashaty

Ray Shashaty was the president of a moving and storage business for many years while honorably serving his country as a Colonel in the United States Army Reserve.

Scott Allen Daunheimer

Scott Daunheimer enjoyed many varied hobbies. including golfing, woodworking, model trains, listening to and playing music of all genres.