It is with great sadness that the family of Josephine Horsley announces her passing on Tuesday, November 20,2018 at the age of 96. She is survived by her sons, Ernest and Gary, Grandchildren, Lisa, Jason, Lauren,
Neil and Stephanie. Great-Grandchildren, Cameron,
Drew and Talya. A private service was held for her immediate family.
Dr. Rod Taylor ,91, of Pensacola and formerly Ft.
Lauderdale, passed peace fully at home on Veteran’ s Day. Survived by wife Gloria, son Jeff Taylor( Mon a ), daughters Anne Taylor and Joan L eh mann( Jay ), grandchildren Greg Taylor( Leandra ), CoriUngaro( Matt ), Patience Est er brook( Jordan ), Emily Cove ll,
Jennifer O’Brien(Josh), Eric Dennis(Natalie) and six great-grandchildren. harper morris memorial chapel. com
John R. Robinson
It is with great sadness that the family of John Robinson announces his passing. John Robinson of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea passed unexpectedly on November 20th, 2018 at the age of 85. John was born July 24, 1933 to Raymond and Jean Robinson in London,
Ontario, Canada. He moved to Pompano Beach, Florida where he raised a family and started his business, E-Bond Epoxies, before moving to Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.
John was a pioneer in the epoxy industry and worked closely with the Departments of Transportation in
Florida, Kansas, Michigan and North Carolina, as well as primary industrial companies.
John was graced with wit, charm, generosity and an adventure r’ s lust for life. He spent much of his free time cruising the world and enjoyed sharing his love for cruising with his family. John coordinated several large family cruises over the years, often coinciding with his birth month. His final voyage was just 4 months ago, with 23 family members joining him in
Alaska to celebrate his 85 th birthday.
John is survived by his wife. He will be so rely missed by his daughters, Cathy Ridge, Pat ti Miller and her husband Barry, Lori M cH ale and her husband Scott,
Jennifer Swen ty and her husband Brian and stepdaughter Fabian a Len is. He was particularly fond of his grandchildren Chris ten a Perry, James Ridge, Joshua Miller, Rachel Schott,Rebekka Miller, Jessica M cH ale,
Ryan M cH ale, Emma S wen ty, Alejandro Len is, Sebastian Len is, Isabella Bot ero and great grandchildren B ry lie
Miller, Bro dy Miller, Lucas R id ge-Lavoi ea nd J. J. Ridge. A Memorial gathering will be held on Wednesday November 28th from 2-5pm with a memorial service from 5-6PM at Kraeer Funeral Home, 2 00 W. Copans Rd, Pompano Beach, FL 33064
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to one of his favorite charities.
National MS Society
P. O. Box 4527
New York, NY 10163
Anthony Poll io went to be with his wife of 62 years and his Maker on November 21,2018. After taking care of his wife and being an inspiration to their five children, and twelve grandchildren, Anthony was ready togo home. Known as Tony, Papa Tony, and dad, many knew his intelligence, generous, kind, self less, and strong nature in all circumstances. More than anything, dad loved his family and was thankful for the people in his life. He prayed to Jesus Christ for his family every night. He will be missed beyond measure by his five children, Arthur
Poll io, Mary jane LaHu rd, Susan Fr and sen, Michael Poll io, and David Poll io, his twelve grandchildren Dane, Paul,
Alex, Conrad, Anthony, Vincent, Natalie, Nicholas, Nicole, Joshua, Eva, and Dominic, his loving daughter-in-laws and son-in laws.
A Visitation and Prayer Service will be held on Friday,
November 30 from 5-7 pm at T. M. Ralph Plant a to ion
Funeral Home ,7001 NW 4 th Street, Plantation 33317.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday ,10:00 AM at
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church. Arrangements by T. M. Ralph Plantation Funeral htttp :// tm ralph. com 954-587-6888
On Tuesday November 13, 2018, Betty R.
Nederlanden a resident of South Florida and
Deerfield Beach since
1954, passed away after a brief illness, she was 97. Born in Chicago, Illinois she is the beloved wife of the late William George Nederlanden and loving mother of Alan Nederlanden (Cindy), Janet Nederlanden and Richard Nederlanden. She is also survived by three adoring grandchildren, Matthew
Ne der land en( Mic ah ), Brianna Ne der land en( John
Walsh) and Jessica R en ne is en( Adam ). A Memorial
Gathering to celebrate her life will be held on Tuesday November 27,2018 from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. with life reflection sat 6:00 p.m. at Horizon Funeral& Cremation Services ,4650 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point,
FL 33064. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in memory of Betty to the Best Friends
Animal Society at:www. best friends. org or by mail: 5001 Angel Canyon Road Kanab, Utah 84741 or any local no kill animal shelter. Online condolences maybe made at: www.HorizonFuneralCremation.com
Gary Brent White
Gary Brent White ,71, of
Cooper City, Florida, passed away on November 20, 2018, from appendix cancer.
Gary was born in Miami, Florida on April 3, 1947 to Lewin C. White and Norma C. Ball. He graduated from North Miami Senior High School, class of 1965. Gary then served his country in the Army during the
Vietnam War, earning two Bronze Stars.
Gary worked as a special circuit technician for Bell
South for 33 years prior to retirement in 2002. He enjoyed talking politics and sports, and his 1965
Gary was married to his loving wife Terry on August 16, 1975; they were married 43 years. Together they have 2 children: Gary Jr, and Chris ty; and 2 grand daughters: Kaylie & Reagan.
Gary is survived by his wife, children, and grand childr en, as well as his brother Daryl( Bobbie) of Cooper
City, FL, his nephew Darren( Stephanie) of Port
Deposit, MD, and his niece Kimberly( Andy) of Cooper
The funeral service will be held at 1:00 pm on
December 7 that the South Florida National Cemetery. The family will be holding a Celebration of Life on
December 8 th, beginning at 4:00 pm, at The White
House. Funeral arrangements are being handled by
Fred Hunter Funeral Home. Please v is itwww.f red hunte rs. com for further details.
December 15, 1948 to November 19, 2018. Kyodo in the D harm a, Beloved
Life Partner, Mother,
Grandmother, Sister and
Leader of the Bro ward Zen Group (Lost Coin). Carole is survived by her life partner Keeva, Jory, mother Vera Silverman and Sisters Kat hi Katz man (Seth), Susan Stock (Barry) and Janet Nankin (Ed). She passed peacefully on
November 19,2018 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Kyodo touched many lives during her time and sought tirelessly to bring peace and love to all she knew. Ca role will be cremated and her remains inter red at the Zen
Mountain Monastery in Mount Tremper New York. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Zen
Mountain Monastery (zmm.org).
MBarrtine Cvouantyr d
Conway Alton Lewis
October 29, 1924 – June 26, 2018
Captain Conway Alton Lewis —one of the last of the “Greatest Generation”— passed away peace fully in Stuart, Florida, on June 26th, 2018, surrounded by family.
He grew up during the Great Depression. Even while attending school, he worked hard to help support his family. He joined the Marine sat the age of 17 and fought in the Pacific theater during WWII, surviving deadly battles on Tarawa and Saipanw here he took three bullet sat once in an ambush for which he was awarded a Purple Heart. During the Korean War, he served in the Army, training young men in Officer Candidate School.
A Renaissance man, Conway was an artist, writer, an david reader who dedicated twenty three years to teaching history and art, and coaching tennis at South Bro ward High School.
Conway is survived by children Tom Finger, Mary
Campbell G ar tn er, Richard( Trip) Campbell, and Ann
(Campbell) Bust am an te. Also known as“Uncle Bill” survived by his nephew s Paul, Kevin, and Stephen Bail, and niece, Kit Bail. Four grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren knew him as “Poppy”.
Conway was best known for being a devoted husband to Betsy Lewis, of Memphis, Tennessee, with whom he traveled the world, sharing many great adventures for over 47 years. In anticipation of joining her once again, he wrote these words after her passing in 2014: “Betsy, soon we will be going on our last, greatest, longest journey together far away into the purple mist of eternity .”
His last words :“Love to all .”
Mary David Magee
Sister Mary David Ma gee, SSJ died on November 22, 2018. Sister ministered as a Sister of St. Joseph of St. Augustine for 69 years.
Wake services will be held at the Mother house of the Sisters of St. Joseph on November 27, 2018 at 7:00 pm .(241 St. George St. St. Augustine, FL) Funeral services will be held at the Mother house of the
Sisters of St. Joseph on November 28, 2108 at 10 am. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the
Sisters of St. Joseph, St. Joseph Con vent, P. O. Box
3506, St. Augustine, FL 32085.