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Monday, July 22, 2024

Obituaries

Phyllis G. Sanborn

Phyllis Sanborn loved crocheting, the West Virginia Mountaineers Football Team, the Tampa Bay Rays Baseball Team, and constant surveying of QVC.

Mary E. Jordan

Mary Jordan was deeply devoted to her family, her faith, her church, and her music. She loved playing the piano.

Gladys Jewel Taylor

Gladys Taylor had a strong faith in Christ, and read her Bible regularly. She enjoyed fishing, puzzle books, and cooking.

Marjorie Lundquist

Marjorie Lundquist enjoyed fishing, going to the beach and loved her animals. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

Robert Leroy Dougherty, Jr.

Robert Dougherty, Jr. enjoyed running, biking, kayaking, and volunteering with the Mon/Yough Trail Council.

Judith Morabito

Judith Morabito loved organizing and planning events. She was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, dancer, home decorator, designer, and painter. Judy loved living life to the fullest in The Villages with her husband.

Charlene Armstrong

Charlene Armstrong loved the arts, especially the theater and museums, was an avid traveler, and enjoyed shopping as well as planning and decorating for events.

James Dunn

James Dunn was a proud veteran of the US Navy. Jim had a true zest for life, he loved Broadway shows, traveling, cooking amazing meals for as many friends as possible.

Mary Jeanette Lawyer

Mary Lawyer loved the beach, and took great joy in volunteering throughout her life, touching many lives along the way. In the Villages she enjoyed Bone Builders, Water Aerobics and golf at Hilltop.

Sandra Lee Larsen

Sandra Larsen had a passion for art, and loved education and enriching her mind and life. She enjoyed the Villages activities and great friends for more than eighteen years.

Kevin Edward McKeon

Kevin McKeon enjoyed the sunshine, fishing, boating, and spending time with family and friends in Ft. Meyers and then The Villages.

Christopher Gray Chambers

Christopher Chambers was a beloved friend and father, celebrated for his kindness and outgoing nature. His warmth and generosity touched the lives of many around him.

Joan Marie Meidl

Joan Meidl loved tennis, she played every chance she got. Her greatest joy was helping kids less fortunate, and enjoyed weekends fishing at her cabin and played more than a few games of euchre with family and friends.

Linda M. Lincoln

Linda Lincoln was a dedicated Nurse Practitioner. She will be missed by her loves ones.

Sondra Mae Rowe

Sondra Rowe was a loving wife and mother. She was a devoted grandmother and great-grandmother. She will be missed by her friends and family.

Jayne Dee Wakeman

Jayne Wakeman had a passion for couture fashion, travel, interior design and she cherished her time spent with family and friends.

Ronald Bruce Jeffrey

Ronald Jeffrey was an artist of heart and hand, a hard worker and problem solver, an avid reader, and an expressive and generous friend.

Karen Moore

Karen Moore was a very loving and caring person, and never spoke an unkind word about anyone. She was a loving wife for 58 years, and a devoted mother. She will be missed.

Rodney Player

Rodney Player enjoyed golfing, watching movies and cooking for friends and family. He was an avid NY Giants, Boston Red Sox, and UCONN women's basketball fan.

Angela Kay Warfel

Angela Warfel enjoyed quilting, reading, sewing, ceramics, collecting Ruby Glass and China. Most of all she loved spending time with her family.

Alice Johnson

Alice Johnson enjoyed helping people, she volunteered for the Hope Center. She was active in her church serving on various committees and taught Sunday school.

David Tallon

David Tallon enjoyed camping, fishing and hunting. He was a much-loved Little League coach, played golf. and softball. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.

Wilma Karhu

Wilma Karhu loved enjoying nature, going on walks, bird watching, boating, and gardening, She was always ready for any adventure and willing to help others in need.

David Earl Thomas

David Thomas enjoyed the community and fellowship of his Church. He was an avid golfer and woodworker. He loved traveling, dancing, and tai chi.