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Thursday, November 24, 2022



Zbigniew Dolacinski Lemus

Zbi Lemus was a highly respected manager at the famous Oyster Bar Restaurant in Grand Central Station for five years, and worked at the equally renowned Russian Tea Room and other establishments throughout New York City.

Donna Sue Burdette

Donna Burdette was an avid tennis player, many times golden retriever “mom” and a Mahjong teacher.

Santos Collazo Negron

Santos Negron loved to play the guitar, conga, the marakas, and was a lead singer in a band.

Stephen Frank Carter

Steve Carter loved skydiving, hiking, and motorcycling the Ocala countryside once retired. He was always very active in his community church.

Donna Lynn Borgioni

Donna Borgioni joined the Marion County Sheriff’s Office in 1981, where she retired with the rank of Lieutenant in 2006.

Marion Douglas Joiner

Doug Joiner pioneered the advancement of technology in Marion County Schools. He spearheaded the creation and improvement of the district's data network.

Mary Jane Armstrong

Mary Jane Armstrong was a parishioner of Queen of Peace Catholic Church, where she also served as an usher.

Dr. Himanshu Shekhar Kairab

Dr. Himanshu Shekhar Kairab spent much of his life serving his community as a primary care specialist.

Steven Paul Hills

Steven Hills enjoyed fishing, woodworking, playing games with family and following the NFL.

Ingeborg Szabo

Inge Szabo had many hobbies such as bowling, knitting, crocheting and cross-stitching.

Sheila B. Sheoraj

Sheila Sheoraj enjoyed gardening, cooking, and traveling. Most of all she loved growing flowers and knitting blankets.

Kathy Raye

Kitty Raye was a faithful member of New Hope United Methodist Church in Citra. She attended North Marion High School.

Jeanette (Stukes) Hart

Jeanette Hart enjoyed playing cards and other games like Yahtzee and Bingo, arts and crafts, listening to music and watching movies, especially scary or mystery ones, visiting family during holidays and shopping.

Cyril Kenneth Zook Jr.,

Ken Zook was fun loving and had a generous heart.

John Herschel Howton

John Howton owned and operated Howton Electric for over 30 years.

Grace Dawn Nicole Urso

Grace Urso was someone who never met a stranger and could make friends with anyone.

Gerald Edward Kittle Sr.

Jerry Kittle enjoyed golf, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, riding his motorcycle, and karaoke.

Richard Leo Frank

Dick Frank was one of the first black police officers in Utica. After retiring from the police department, he owned a jazz club in Utica.

Pasquale “Pat” Lopez

Pat Lopez worked for Kwik King stores for many years, then opened his own convenience stores in Marion county.

Ricardo Juan Cox Sr.

Ricardo Cox enjoyed bowling, traveling and the arts. He was a member of the Jazz Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art.

Ann V. Drobka

Ann Drobka was a loving and dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and friend.

Katey Brooks-Anne Griffith

Katey Griffith was a Certified Nursing Assistant and attending Keiser University to become a Registered Nurse.

Eva H. Raymond

Eva Raymond was quite crafty and over the years worked on many decoupage picturing, rose mauling painting, and calligraphy printing projects.

Edmund John Adams

Edmund Adams was a welder for Disney for 20 years before establishing his own business, I.R. Welder.