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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.

Daniel Bard

Villager Daniel Bard helped many men (and women) through this experience in his role as facilitator for The Villages Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group.

George Edward Bentz

George Bentz's favorite Villages activity was being Santa Claus at the town squares and listening to the children tell him their wishes.

Naomi Ruth Meola

Naomi Meola had several hobbies including golfing, bowling, ceramics, and most of all traveling. She went on more than 30 cruises.

Donald W. Snethkamp

A World War II veteran, Don Snethkamp was an Air Corp B25 pilot. He was a member of The Villages first Honor Flight in 1992, an experience which had a deep and lasting impression on him.

James W. Law

Jim Law was an avid golfer who had the privilege of playing with pro golfers in several ProAm tournaments and who had 14 hole-in-ones, many on the greens in The Villages.

Judith “Judy” Marilyn Martin

This led to her membership in the Daughters of the American Judy Martin was an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and had a busy volunteer schedule through the Puc Puggy Chapter in The Villages.

Leslie Francis Wolf

Les Wolf enjoyed aviation, fishing, woodworking, hunting and camping.

Herbert Forman Zimmer

Herbert "Timmy" Zimmer served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theater and later attended Upsala College in New Jersey.

Jean R. Davis

She was an avid golfer, liked gardening, and enjoyed a challenging jigsaw puzzle.

Marlyss Jane Willame

Marci Willame was a motorcycle Mama. She and her husband, Jim, loved to ride their Harley and explore central Florida.