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Leonarda Maria Caruso

Lea Caruso dutifully served others at Strive Rehabilitation Clinic for over 30 years in Ocala and recently began a second career in Real Estate with Keller Williams.

Essie Lou Hancock

In later years, Essie Hancock was known to host family gatherings at her home in Ocala, creating a tradition for younger generations to grow close-knit.

James Marion Coleman

Jim Coleman loved spending time with his family, riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, and playing his guitar.

Judy Elaine Smith

Judy Smith loved studying God's word and attended church at Crossgate Church of God in Inverness, Fl.

Barbara Anne Frisosky

Barbara Frisosky loved camping, reading, cross stitching, had a great sense of humor and always enjoyed spending time with friends and family.

Edwin Luther Holland Jr.

Ed Holland loved taking care of his yard and traveling. Some of his adventures included Paris, London, Switzerland, and Holland.

Norman Easley Jr.

Norman Easley moved to Ocala from New York in 1980s but never lost that City charm. He was well loved throughout the community and kept a smile on his face.

Bette Ann Harris

Bette Harris was very involved in her church and community to include President of the Citra Improvement Society for almost 5 years.

Jeffrey Michael Proctor

Jeff Proctor was very active in numerous sports including baseball, football, MMA, soccer, and earned a black belt in Isshinryu Karate.

John Louis McKay Sr.

John McKay worked for Certified Groceries in Ocala and the Marion County School Board until he retired.

Michael Eugene Crane

Mike Crane owned and operated the No Limit Tree Service.

Eleanor Gloria Nauseda

Eleanor Nauseda worked as a beautician for Elizabeth Arden and she was very meticulous in her profession whether cutting or styling hair.

Patricia Olethean Danielly

At the early age of 6, Patina Danielly moved with her mother and siblings to Ocala, FL., attended Marion County Public Schools and graduated from Vanguard High School.

Agnes Counts Andrews

Agnes Andrews was a lifetime resident of Ocala, attending Marion County Schools.

Ray Thomas Swinson

Ray Swinson was a graduate of North Marion High School and was a welder employed most of his life at Sandvick.

John Henry Jones

John Jones worked as a truck driver for many years.

Clifton A. Alligood

Clif Alligood worked in the restaurant industry for many years and later as a real estate appraiser. 

Sherry Leigh Workman

Sherry Workman was employed by the Tax Collector's office for many years.

Joe Wayne Johnson

Joe Johnson enjoyed breeding and caring for his livestock, especially his cows.  He was famous for his beef jerky, smoked turkey and Boston butts that he would spend hours smoking to perfection

Juan Marcos Mendez

Juan Mendez was a kid at heart, trying whenever to go to Disney with his family and friends. And if not at Disney he was working on building and shooting a new gun.

Ruben Lopez Jr.

Ruben Lopez enjoyed collecting coins and building model cars.  Ruben kept a completely stocked tool shed with all the latest tools and gadgets. 

Gregory Tabor

Gregory Lewis was a proud Floridian with a love for the outdoors. He was an animal lover, an out of the box thinker, and a twitch streamer.

Terri Lee Rose

Terri Rose was Christian by faith. She loved cooking and her family.

Richard Allen Kingwell

Richard and Kingwell and Patricia, his wife of 23 years, loved traveling around the USA and Canada and enjoyed cruises, traveling to Alaska, Italy, Greece and the Greek Islands. They also enjoyed summer vacations in Maine.