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John F. Grassi

John Grassi was a district zone manager for the Tri-State area with Ford Motor Company for 38 years.

Paul Harold Doering

Paul Doering enjoyed hang gliding, basketball, and water volleyball. He was a pitcher in softball, and was a pickleball instructor.

Donald Luke Sementino

Donald Sementino retired from a lengthy career with Kodak, as a product engineer after 31 and a half years.

Christine “Christie” Seiler

After moving to The Villages, Christie Seiler began a second career as a writer. She published nine historical romance and three murder mystery novels that can be found online, and in The Villages Public Library.

Roger Windsor Rudacille

Roger Rudacille enjoyed golfing and playing softball.      

Michael Harley McCleary

Michael McCleary was of the Baptist faith and loved fishing and playing his guitar.

Donna S. Langford

Donna Langford worked at several different jobs in her life but was primarily a caregiver for others.

Carol Mary Szeremeta

Carol Szeremeta, of the Villages, passed away May 21 at the age of 77.

Doris M. Graves

Doris Graves always claimed that when she reached 100, she would retire: she never did. Until the very end, she was still instructing her caning students and crocheting items for the Ronald McDonald House.

John Nelson

John Nelson will be remembered Tuesday in a service at  Oxford Assembly of God.

Armen Yeretzian

Armen Yeretzian was a member of Hope Lutheran Church. He loved playing softball for 15 years in the Knudson, Division 5 League in The Villages.

Ronald Blackledge

Ron Blackledge enjoyed golf, college football (Hotty Toddy!) and spending time with friends and family. 

Cheri Lynette McConnell

One of Cheri McConnell's favorite pastimes was enjoying a good book. She took great pleasure in studying family genealogy.

Dennis P. Blais

Dennis Blais had a passion for golf and enjoyed every spare moment he could on the courses.

Larry “Mike” Bruce Earl

Mike Earl attended Fairway Christian Church where he enjoyed his bible study groups. 

Bobbie Doris Roop

Bobbie Roop was a member of the Wildwood United Methodist Church, the Wildwood Women’s Club and had volunteered as a Pink Lady at LRMC.

Timothy Roy Caruthers

Timothy Caruthers was the pianist for several years at the Emanuel Baptist Church until his health declined. He loved to play Southern Gospel Music.

Bobby “Bob” Joe Goldie

Bob Goldie was proud to serve Jetta Products Inc. in several capacities over the years, and he eventually moved to work in the Wildwood plant until his retirement.