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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.

Charles Clinton Wardingley

Charles Wardingley was a proud Korean War combat veteran who loved God and country.

Roger G. Rowe

Roger Rowe retired in 2008 to The Villages, where he enjoyed flying his plane and bicycling.

Bernard Charles Hoffman

Bernie Hoffman thoroughly enjoyed his last 11 years in The Villages, where he was a member St. Vincent’s de Paul Church Community.

Milton Mathew

Milton Mathew grew up in Hawaii before moving to Florida, and he worked as a roofer for Eagle Roofing in Fruitland Park.

Harry Madine Jr.

Harry Madine enjoyed retirement life in The Villages, playing golf, and salt water fishing in his Bass Tracker boat.  He belonged to the computer club, and photography club.

Allan Carl Stover

Allan Stover falsified his birth certificate, forged permission papers, and enlisted in the U. S. Coast Guard at age 14 for four years during the Korean War. He served on a ship in the Pacific, on isolated duty on an island in Palau, and on a gunboat in Florida.

Sandra “Sandy” Bradley

Sandy Bradley loved to go boating, make ceramics, baking, decorating for the holidays at home, golfing, and spending time with her family.

Susan Cora Mae Porter

Susan Porter graduated from Midland State College with a degree in Office Accounting.

Dorothy S. Watts

Dorothy Watts was an accomplished business owner, administrator, and bookkeeper, as well as an avid golfer, dancer, poker player, and party coordinator.

Albert Kohnle

Al Kohnle was a true German who loved soccer and beer.