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.
Carolyn Kozloski mastered numerous skills including needlepoint and quilting and made many beautiful items for her children and grandchildren.
Larry L. Applegate Sr., of Summerfield passed away Sunday, July 25, at the age of 78.
Dick Zimmerman looked forward to Senior Games in The Villages because he was very athletic and loved competition.
Van Albanese had a successful and dynamic career in insurance and financial planning and was very proud of his early work with Bristol Harbour and Connecticut Mutual.
Anthony D'Agostino lived in The Villages for 27 years. He greatly enjoyed playing softball for over 20 years in various leagues and tournaments.
Evona Moore Gallagher was an avid and successful Real Estate Broker for Century 21 for many years where she won many Real Estate awards. She later opened her own Brokerage “Evona Moore Realty.”
Joel Shelko enjoyed spending time with his family, world travel, playing sports, the New York Giants, and the United States Marine Corp.
Glen Perkins' biggest passions in life were his family, woodworking, Native American history and telling umpires that they were doing their jobs wrong while watching baseball and softball.
Nancy Gaffney loved taking friends and family on golf cart tours and joining in on the many parades in The Villages. She also took great joy in caring for her two rescue dogs.
Jimmy Gay was an avid animal lover who loved the ocean, fishing and was a collector of any old artifacts. He was known for his quick wit, his ingenuity and intelligence.
Clarilynne Brown-Salai worked in the medical field, although her true passion and life's work was devoted to being a loving wife and mother.
Shari Seaman Van Bramer’s hobbies were travel, enjoying family and friends, painting, knitting, playing bridge and Mahjong, and most recently golf. She was a very talented painter and many friends and family members enjoy her talent hanging in their homes.
On his street in The Villages, Wilfred Bush was known as the Mayor of Reedy Creek and his garage was known as Bush Hardware.
Rosemarie Grothman's hobbies included floral artistry and spending time on the lake. She wasn't much of a golfer but could claim a hole in one!
Pat McAllister's greatest passion was writing. She was a longtime member of the Writers 4 Kids group in The Villages. Many of her stories and poems have been published.
Mona Sutton was active in Baptist churches throughout her life and was a member of First Baptist Belleview at the time of her passing.
Chester Scott was a social, active man who enjoyed reading his Bible, showing unconditional love for his family, fishing, working in his yard, playing dominoes, watching old westerns and being a jokester for most of his life.
Donnie Johnson was lifetime lover of hunting, fishing, the landscape industry, boating, and spending time with his family when he wasn’t working.
Sandra Elliott enjoyed line-dancing, making crafts, knitting, beading, golfing and playing cards. She even enjoyed going to auto racing events at Daytona Beach.
Fran Hair moved to The Villages in 2014 and became one of the first residents at Sumter Grand.
Beverly Douglas was an avid collector of vaseline glassware, costume Jewelry and enjoyed cruises when she could.