Obituaries

  • Kevin Carl O’Connor August 28, 1961 ~ January 14, 2021

    Kevin Carl O’Connor, 59, of Venice Florida, passed away on January 14, 2021 from complications of Covid-19. He was born on August 28, 1961 in Rochester, NY. He was a physician assistant in Venice, Florida. Prior to that Kevin sailed the seas as a merchant marine officer and was a LTDR in the US Naval […]

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  • Andrew Ira Jablonsky May 19, 1952 ~ January 29, 2021

    Andrew “Andy” Jablonsky, 68, of St. Petersburg, passed away peacefully Friday, January 29 2021.  Andy was born in New York City (and preceded in death by) Marvin and Atarah (Wishengrad) Jablonsky. He grew up in Cincinnati, OH and attended Walnut Hills High School and the University of Cincinnati. Andy moved to Florida in 1985 (because he […]

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  • Billy (Bill) E. Willis March 04, 1950 ~ January 12, 2021

    Billy (Bill) E. Willis, 70 Seminole, FL passed away Tuesday, January 12,2021.  Bill was born 03/04/1950, in Kokomo, IN, to Gerald (Bill) and Peggy (Youngman) Willis. Bill was a graduate of Kokomo High School in 1968, and an Air Force veteran proudly serving during the Vietnam conflict from 1970-1974. He was a Civil Service Employee […]

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  • Marjorie Y. Solomon May 30, 1936 ~ January 09, 2021

    Marjorie was born in Bradford, Vt. on  May 30, 1936 to William and Marjorie Young. She was the youngest of six. She peacefully departed this life and entered into eternity with her heavenly Father on January 9, 2021. Gone before her were the love of her life H. T. “Sol” Solomon, her parents, her brothers […]

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  • Reverend Dr. David Alan Miller October 17, 1951 ~ January 09, 2021

    Reverend Dr. David Alan Miller, age 69, of Largo Florida, went to his Eternal home on January 9,2021. He was born on October 17,1951 in Raleigh, North Carolina to Fred and Sara Miller. He received his BA in History from the University of Maryland, his MA in Divinity from Gordon Conwell Seminary, and his Doctor […]

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  • Timothy J. Maerten September 24, 1969 ~ January 05, 2021

    Timothy “Tim” Maerten, 51, of Seminole, Florida passed away peacefully on January 5, 2021 of cancer. He is survived by his longtime life partner Julie Donat, his mother Elizabeth “Betty” Maerten, several aunts and uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his father John “Jack” Maerten. He was blessed with many extended family […]

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  • Davin John Tyler January 25, 1981 ~ December 10, 2020

    Davin passed on Thursday, December 10, 2020 in the care of Hospice and joined his loving grandmother Bettie Curtis in Heaven. A kind soul who loved his family and friends with all his heart.  A St. Petersburg native, who resided in Seminole before passing. A loving son to Mary and Jack Tyler (Seminole) and sister, […]

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  • Amy M. Workman February 16, 1978 ~ December 31, 2020

    Amy Moriah Workman beloved daughter of Sara Winn Thompson Giacobbe and Don Workman, sister of six and an endless source of love and inspiration, joined hands with our Father in Heaven and those loved ones gone before her on December 31, 2020. She was born in Tallahassee and grew up in St. Petersburg. Amy chose to […]

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  • Jessica Estella Christensen March 19, 1939 ~ December 28, 2020

    Jessica loved traveling.  She didn’t get to travel a lot until later in life. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland to William and Amelia Hubbard. Her parents were traditional and when she graduated from high school, she was told to pick her career, a teacher or a nurse.  She chose being a nurse and went […]

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  • Dale Allen Sutton July 11, 1953 ~ December 30, 2020

    Dale Allen Sutton of St. Petersburg went to live with his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, 30 December, 2020. His loving parents, William and Thelma Sutton, welcomed him with open arms when he was received into Heaven. Born on 11 July, 1953, in Cincinnati, OH, Dale grew up in St. Petersburg, FL. Dale incorporated his love […]

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