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.
Jeane Veres moved to The Villages in 2000 where she continued her love of quilting, knitting, and crochet, and discovered her talent for painting.
Villager James Stewart Wemesfelder taught for 33 years at Liverpool Schools, N.Y. He was a member of Hope Lutheran Church in The Villages.
Clifford Carpenter of Lady Lake was an active volunteer along with Laurie for Southeastern Guide Dogs.
William “Pat” Murphy spent his last two and a half years in The Villages where he made wonderful friends and enjoyed golf.
Villager John Dennis Sullivan, known as “Deacon John,” served at St. Timothy Parish in various ministries.
Villager Edward Petrosky was a proud Navy veteran having served as the Captain’s yeoman aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt in the late 1960’s.
Douglas John Kelso retired in 2017 and moved to The Villages where he pursued his many hobbies and enjoyed hours of fun in the sun in his Corvette convertible.
William Charles Carroll Jr. and his wife retired to The Villages in 2002. He enjoyed golf, reading, movies and music.William Charles Carroll Jr.
Sydney Gerrey moved to The Villages in 2010 and loved the beach, being around those she loved and Florida State football.
John Emil Johansson was involved in sports all his life, including managing Little League teams and rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Bettye Green’s happiest times were when her entire family gathered at her home in The Villages for holidays.
Villager Bobbie Reid was the sales promotion coordinator for several San Francisco Bay Area newspapers.
Eugenie Specht Davis Sarro moved to the Jersey Shore in 1958 to attend Ann May School of Nursing in Neptune. She raised her children and lived in Shark River Hills for fifty-three years before retiring to Florida in 2016.
Villager Joseph Hajducko was always a teacher at heart. He was a graduate of Purdue University and Calumet College.
Mary Vallone loved to travel and was very proud that she was able to visit all fifty states as well as traveling to Europe.
Robert Alan Rosner was a member of St. Timothy's Church, sang in their choir and played softball.
Bill had five great passions in his life. The first one being a Marine.The second would be bowling.The third would be pizzaThe fourth, his daughter Shannon Noelle.The last but definitely not the least is his wife Shannon Danielle.
Richard was honest, loyal, caring and fiercely protective. He was humbled and grateful for the many blessings bestowed upon him and his family each and every day. He loved his family beyond measure and loved to travel, find solutions to fix everything