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  • 7 hrs ago | via Southwest Florida Online 

    Obituaries - Munter, Sutton, Merath

    Suzanne R. Munter, age 64, of Clewiston , passed away December 13, 2014 in West Palm Beach. She was born June 21, 1950 in Cincinnati, OH, to the late William and the late Irma Ritzmann.

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  • Yesterday | via Florida Today 

    Ruby C. Henderson

    She was born in West Palm Beach, FL to Carl Emanuel Alfson and Marie Charlotte Olsson.

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  • Wednesday | via WTAE-TV Pittsburgh 

    Judge to hear sides on Scaife trust accounting

    A judge was asked to make trustees account for money spent from a $210 million trust fund controlled by Richard Mellon Scaife , the late billionaire publisher of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Scaife's children, Jennie Scaife, of Palm Beach, Florida, and David Scaife, of Pittsburgh, believe they were entitled to money from the trust after their father died July 4. But document filed in advance of Wednesday's court hearing by the publisher's three trustees - PNC Bank, Scaife's longtime attorney H. Yale Gutnick and James Walton, a relative - indicate the fund was exhausted by the time Scaife died, with much of the money going to fund the Trib and other Pittsburgh-area newspapers Scaife owned.

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  • Wednesday | via NJ.com 

    Obituary: Viola Hodulik, 95, of Clinton

    Viola Hodulik of Clinton passed away on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014 at the age of 95. Viola was born in Newark on Feb. 6, 1919 to Susan and John Haviar. She was pre-deceased by her husband, George R. Hodulik in 1980, her brother Walter Haviar and grandson, Michael Carswell of North Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via The Rye Daily Voice 

    Ellen W. DePauw, 93, Worked For AVON In Rye

    DePauw was born Jan. 10, 1921, in Greenwich, to Aaron and Ella Adams. She worked for Avon at their Headquarters in Rye, N.Y., before retiring and moving to West Palm Beach with her husband.

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  • Tuesday Dec 16 | via Florida Today 

    William Roy Charles

    Roy was a member of the IBM team at Kennedy Space Center during America's race to space and he cherished being part of the historic accomplishment of landing men on the moon.

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  • Thursday Dec 4 | via Philly.com 

    Stanley H. Lorber, 97, Warriors and 76ers team physi...

    BACK IN THE LATE '50s, Stanley H. Lorber, a distinguished Philadelphia physician and a basketball fan, paid a call on Eddie Gottlieb, then the owner of the Philadelphia Warriors. Lorber felt that the Warriors needed a team physician.

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  • Monday Dec 1 | via Automotive News 

    Robert Rewey, Ford marketing exec who moved the iron...

    Robert Rewey, a former Ford Motor Co. sales and marketing chief who helped the company become dominant in the SUV market, pioneered leasing as an alternative to traditional financing and pushed a controversial consolidation of Ford's dealership network in the late 1990s, died Saturday at his home in Palm Beach, Fla., after a brief illness.

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  • Thursday Nov 20 | via Patch.com 

    Obituary: Marsha A. (Pyron) Flynn, 56

    Marsha A. Flynn, 56 of Wyndham Hill Road, Middletown, RI, passed away Wednesday November19th at Newport Hospital with her husband of 30 years, Peter C. Flynn by her side. Born in Seekonk, MA on February 24, 1958, she was the daughter of the late John L. and Elizabeth Pyron.

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  • Nov 17, 2014 | via Patch.com 

    In Memory: Joseph Dillon Howell, 23

    Mr. Joseph Dillon Howell, age 23, of Waleska, departed this life on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 in Cherokee County from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident . He is survived by his father, Lee Timms of Waleska; mother, Dianna Howell of Blairsville; stepmother, Allyson Timms of West Palm Beach, Florida; fiancee, Julia Quarles of Waleska; brothers, James, John; sisters, Heather, Sarah, Emma; several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

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  • Nov 4, 2014 | via Fetch Your News 

    Mrs. Joann C. Lynn Anderson: Obituary

    Mrs. Anderson was born November 10, 1947 in West Palm Beach, FL to the late James and Dorothy Edith Carman Lynn. She worked as a Clerk for Andy's Jewelry for a number of years and was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church in West Palm Beach, FL.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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  • Feb 22, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    Campaign 2012AWAITING the Next Great Mistake

    When New York Mets catcher Gary Carter in 1986 was receiving $2.07 million per year for his baseball skills, he was the highest-paid baseball player of all time. Much of it was seed money for a legacy of charity and community service that transcended the diamond.

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