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Anne R. Vidmar Dyson

Anne R. Dyson nee Vidmar, age 95, passed away on May 21st at the Healthcare and Rehab Center in Sanford. Anne was born in 1921 in Cleveland, Ohio to John and Mary Vidmar. She worked and retired as a pediatric nurse.

She was preceded in death by her husband and Naval officer William Dyson and a baby daughter Carole Ann Dyson. She is the beloved aunt of Robert Widmar of Weeki Wachee, Florida, Sue Axelrod of Windham, Ohio, Linda Vidmar of Bedford Heights, Ohio and Kathy Keeler of Houston, Texas.

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Richard H. "Dick" Wells

Capt. Dick Wells of Apopka, Killed in Air Crash Over Europe
Special to the Sunday Sentinel-Star
January 24, 1943, page 19

APOPKA -- This entire community was saddened Thursday when the news was received that Capt. Richard H. (Dick) Wells, local boy, had lost his life in an air crash in Europe. Particulars were not given in the official notice which came to his parents, only that he had been killed in an aircraft accident.

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Dorothy Von Herbulis Anthony

Dorothy Von Herbulis Anthony passed away and went to be with the Lord on May 7, 2016 at the age of 88. She was visiting her daughter Linda in Texas when she took a fall on April 18 and was unable to recover from it. She had remained very active her entire life and always commented on what a great life she had.

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Jeresa Colvin Austin

05/17/2017

Jeresa Colvin Austin
Obituary

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Booker Thomas Young

05/17/2016

BOOKER THOMAS YOUNG Jr
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Priscilla Dale (Shepard) Walthour

05/17/2016 (Thursday)

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James Wayne Dann

James was the first child born to Stephen Smithson and Priscilla Jane (Roberson) Dann.

James had nine siblings, seven of whom grew to adulthood.

James was a farmer, as was his father before him. In December 1896, James married Minne Lee Patrick. The couple bought the family farm from James' mother, an 80-acre farm in Clarcona Fl, when James' father passed.

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Elise Josephine (Wescott) Buchan

Elise was the daughter of Walter Leoline Wescott and Elise Josephine deFrondat Dallas. She had two sisters, Marie Leoline Wescott Mayer and Caroline Wescott Earls and one brother, Walter Wescott Jr.

Elise married Thomas Frank Buchan I on May 20, 1914 in Orlando FL. She and Thomas had nine children, seven of whom lived to adulthood. Elise devoted herself to raising her children and helping with her grandchildren. At the time of her death, she had 20 grandchildren.

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Thomas Frank "Buck" Buchan I

Thomas was the eleventh and last child of Dr David M. Buchan and Nancy Jane Lancaster of Pulaski County, GA.

His father, David, and grandfather, Dr James Monroe Buchan, were well respected medical doctors in Georgia.

Thomas was married for 43 years to Elise Josephine Wescott Buchan of Orlando FL.

After their marriage, Thomas and his family lived next to one of the first airports in Orlando FL at the corner of what was then called Buchan Street (now John Young Pkwy) and Old Winter Garden Road.

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Rodney Bruce Dann, Jr.

Rodney was the son of Georgia (Buchan) and Rodney Bruce Dann Sr.

Rodney was the second child and only son in a family of three children.

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Rodney Bruce Dann, Sr.

Rodney was the tenth child in a family of twelve children born to Minnie Lee (Patrick) and James Wayne Dann. The Dann and Patrick families were early pioneers in a young Orlando.

Rodney was born and grew up on an 80-acre farm in Clarcona, Fl.

On May 18, 1940, he married Georgia Martha Buchan. Their union produced two daughters and one son. They were married for 40 years when Rodney passed.

Rodney loved fishing and spent most of his spare time following this love. In his later life he returned to his garden.

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Jerry Lee Danner

Jerry Lee Danner passed away on April 29, 2016 in Orlando, FL at the age of 74.

Jerry was born on October 15, 1941 in Frankfort, Indiana to Charles Samuel Danner and Anna Marie Lindauer. He graduated from Lebanon High School in 1960 and served in the Air Force from 1962 - 1968. Afterward, he worked for the Stewart Warner Corporation in Lebanon and then the Headback Corporation in Indianapolis, which eventually brought him to Tampa and then Orlando.

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