Joyce May Chaudoin, enjoyed the little things in life. Whether it was playing a Mahjong game, planting some beautiful flowers in her garden, or doing a 5000-piece puzzle just for fun!
Francisco Mesa Labrador, owned and operated restaurants for most of his life, he loved all types of foods and was an amazing cook and an contagious laugh.
William Sprigg Borel, of Ocala was a US Army Veteran and 1968 graduate of the Defence Language Institute, as well as serving in the Air Force Security Agency.
Jose Luis Vazquez, loved Cars and Sports. Jose enjoyed listening to Latin music daily. He had a special place in his heart for all his dogs. He was a practical joker and made everyone laugh.
John Sawaya, of Belleview, enjoyed fishing, golf, his beloved Notre Dame football team, and most importantly, his dogs.
Anthony F. Laktash of Ocala loved hunting, fishing, and singing. He was a loving son, brother, husband, father, and grandfather.
Israel Diaz Guevara of Ocala He was the husband of Felicita Torres for 30 years.
David Linden McDonald, in his spare time outside of his CPA work and busy tax seasons Wildman enjoyed spending his time outdoors.
Michael Wadley Murray of silver Springs, is survived by his wife, Tiffany Murray; son, Charles "Junior".;and daughter, Brookelynn,
David Linden McDonald became a very successful CPA having his own business of McDonald and Company in Ocala. He also loved spending time outdoors.
John "Johnny" Marion Golden of Ocala enjoyed watching NASCAR and loved rock and roll music.
Patricia Marsello Thomas was a friendly face you saw at Fox Crossing Tavern. A celebration of her life will be held there.
Charles Anthony Castelo was born in Manhattan and retired in 1991 in Belleview.
Jacob Lee Dykstra Sr. spent the last 40 years as owner of ABC Realty and Development of Ocala.
George Grear Kerridge was employed at Kodak in Rochester, NY until his retirement and then worked for the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and Gilbert’s Hardware.
Barbara Louise Lewis was born in Ocala and returned in her later years to make her home again.
Joseph William Collins of Belleview will be remembered in a ceremony this week.