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Loretta Irene Coleman (Scritchfield)

Loretta I. Coleman (Scritchfield) passed away Sunday, April 12, 2015 in Orlando, Florida at the age of 64. She was surrounded be her family as she went to her forever home.
Born August 2, 1950 in Mannington, West Virginia, Loretta was the daughter of the late James and Hazel (Jones) Scritchfield. After spending most of her life in Ohio and West Virginia, she moved to Orlando, Florida in 1986.

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Kathleen Edna Haulk

Kathleen Edna Haulk (née Moore)
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Obituary - Published in Lakeland Ledger on Sept. 11, 2006

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Fred Wilson

Frederick Wilson was born in America Samoa on March 20, 1920 in American Samoa to James and Hilda Wilson. Fred went to school in America Samoa and worked all over the United States as a construction worker. Fred met his future wife Anita Simpson while working in San Francisco on the Golden Gate bridge in 1942.

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Bobbie Burks (Dill) Smith

To come later

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Richard Lee Brown

Richard Lee Brown was born to Peat and Sarah Brown in Kissimmee, FL on May 9, 1937. He was the second eldest child. His siblings include JoAnn (deceased), Joe Raymond, Vivian, Peat (deceased), Diane (deceased) and Charles. Riichard, also known as Rick by his close friends, served in the Armed Services. While in the army, he married Sarah Doris (Souter) of Live Oak, FL. Together they had four children: Ricardo Anthony (deceased), Peter Fritzgerald, Drake Garnet and Sara Elizabeth Lynette.

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Thomas J. Whisner

Thomas J. Whisner - Melbourne - Thomas J. Whisner "Tommy", age 63, of Melbourne, FL, died at 6 p.m. Friday, January 15, 2010 at Kindred Acute Care Center, Melbourne, FL, with his brother and sister at his side. Tom fought a courageous battle for three years with a lung disorder associated with the construction industry. Tom was born in Warren, PA on December 21, 1946. His family moved to West Palm Beach in 1951 and relocated to Indian Harbour Beach in 1964. Tom graduated from Satellite Beach High, where he excelled in football and "good-looking" girlfriends.

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Norma Caroline Moore

Norma Caroline Moore (née Scanlan)

“Lakeland - Norma Caroline Moore, 82, died Oct. 1, 2006 of heart failure. Survived by 2 sons, a brother & 6 grandchildren. Interment services Oct. 10 at 11:30 a.m. at Lakeland Memorial Gardens.”
- Published in Lakeland Ledger on Oct. 5, 2006

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Jennifer Paquette Heneghan

Beloved All Souls Catholic School principal, Jennifer (Jenni) Paquette Heneghan joined the Lord on March 3, 2015. Jenni was born in St. Albans, Vermont on September 26, 1963 to James Paquette and Anne (Wahlen) Criss. Her family moved to Middlebury, Vermont in 1979 where she graduated from Middlebury Union High School. After high school she moved to Florida and attended Stetson University, where she was involved in many student organizations and graduated with her Bachelors in Liberal Arts French and Spanish. She later returned to Stetson to complete her Masters degree in Education.

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Dorothea Elisabeth (Schneider) Peters

This was written by Dorothea's son Oliver and his wife Kim Marie Fischer Peters. It was not published in a newspaper.

Dorothea Elisabeth Schneider was born on March 26, 1926 to Ernst and Marie Schneider. Dorothea's father was a merchant in Frankfurt but the European economic downturn hit the family hard and they eventually settled in the quaint town of St. Goarshausen on the Rhine River near the legendary Lorelei.

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Klaus Hans Friedrich Peters

Written by his son Oliver Peters and daughter in law Kim Marie Fischer Peters for his memorial. This was not published in a newspaper.

Klaus Hans Friedrich Peters was born in Stolpmunde, Stolp, Pommern, Germany on March 24, 1924. His parents were Eduard Hermann Peters (born 15 December 1885) and Erna Minna Ernstine Thom (born 31 July 1893).

At the age of 17 Klaus was called to serve in the German military and was trained to be a bomber navigator in the Luftwaffe. He served in this capacity until the military ran out of fuel and they were no longer able to fly.

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Donna A. Bosworth (Scritchfield)

Donna A. Bosworth (Scritchfield) passed away at her home in Orlando, Florida at the age of 62. She fought a tough and courageous battle, but succumbed to lung cancer on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, with her family by her side.
Born July 24, 1952 in Mannington, West Virginia, Donna was the daughter of the late James and Hazel (Jones) Scritchfield. After spending most of her life in Ohio and West Virginia, she moved to Orlando in 1998 with her family, where she worked as a data acquisition clerk at Attorney’s Title Insurance Fund for 15 years.

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Will Wallace Harney: A one-man chamber of commerce

Will Wallace Harney was the son of Indiana University mathematics professor John Hopkins Harney and the former Mary Wallace. He was named for his maternal uncle, the famous poet William Ross Wallace (1819-1881), and was thus encouraged from birth to become a writer himself.

As a young man, Harney studied at Louisville College in Kentucky, and worked as a teacher and high school principal. During the War Between the States, he worked for The Louisville Democrat rather than serving in either army.

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