Palm Beach Obituaries

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  • 16 hrs ago | 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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  • Monday Nov 17 | 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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  • Wednesday Nov 12 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Thomas M. Knoeller

    Thomas Mark Knoeller, 54, of West Palm Beach, FL., passed away Oct. 22 in West Palm Beach, A celebration of life will be held Sunday from noon-4 p.m. at Half Shire Historical Society, 1100 County Rt. 48 in Richland.

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  • Tuesday Nov 11 | via Marshall County Tribune-Courier 

    Rosa Elizabeth Caldwell

    Rosa Elizabeth Caldwell, 67, of Hardin passed away at 4:54 p.m. Friday, November 7 at Baptist Health in Paducah. She is survived by one sister, Opal Fisher of Benton and three nieces, Beatrice Fisher of Benton; Denise Williams of Benton and Diana Munn of West Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Monday Nov 10 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Constance A. Rowley-Colombo, D.O.

    Constance A. Rowley-Colombo, D.O., age 54, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family at home on September 30, 2014 after a very courageous battle with cancer. She was born in West Palm Beach, Florida on September 8, 1960 to the late Reverend Stewart Kimmel Rowley and Shirley Rowley.

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  • Friday Nov 7 | via The Greenwich Daily Voice 

    Jane L. Gleason, 76, Co-Founder, Davenport, Inc. In ...

    Jane L. Gleason, a noted interior designer in both Greenwich, and Palm Beach, Fla., died Saturday, Nov. 1. She was 76. Gleason was born to Robert and Mary Lorentz, in Chicago, Ill., and attended Northwestern University. She co-founded Davenport, Inc. in Greenwich, in 1996, and Davenport Too in Palm Beach, Fla., in 2006.

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  • Thursday Nov 6 | via Dayton Daily News 

    CAMPBELL, Scott E.

    News Death Notice CAMPBELL, Scott E. born April 21, 1947 in Dayton, OH and died peacefully of brain cancer at Hospice of Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens Hospice and Palliative Care Center October 27, 2014. He was the son of the late Dr. Howard & Mrs. Dorothy Campbell and was also preceded in death by his baby brother, Arlando.

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  • Tuesday Nov 4 | 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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  • Thursday Oct 30 | via The East Hampton Star 

    Flock's Happy New Leader

    The Rev. Thomas Patrick Murray of St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church, with his dog, the Monsignor, compares Montauk to Mayberry.

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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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  • 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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