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Josephine Hors­ley

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.

Rod­ney Tay­lor

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 Pol­lio

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

Betty Ned­er­lan­den

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

Corvette.

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

City, FL.

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.

Ca­r­ole Walsh

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 .”

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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.

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