Palm Beach Obituaries

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  • Friday Oct 17 | via New York Daily News 

    First MTA Chairman William Ronan dead at 101

    Appointed by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller in 1965, Ronan was a strong advocate for public transportation and launched several major capital projects, including new subway lines in Queens and the Second Avenue Subway. "Bill Ronan was a legend in the field of public transportation and an inspiration for everyone who understands that mass transit is the engine that powers New York," MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast said.

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  • Friday Oct 17 | via MySanAntonio.com 

    N.Y. man set up 'Wholly Ronan Empire'

    William J. Ronan, the architect and first chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and one of the most powerful officials in the modern history of New York state, died Wednesday at his home in West Palm Beach, Florida. He was 101.

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  • Friday Oct 17 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Shirley Ann Peters

    Shirley Ann Peters, 71, died Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014, after an extended illness. Shirley was born April 7, 1943, in Mokane, Missouri and lived much of her life in Maine and Tennessee.

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  • Tuesday Oct 14 | via Breeze Courier 

    Mary Elizabeth Johnson

    Mary Elizabeth Johnson, 89, of Springfield, died at 3:20 am Sunday, October 12, 2014 at Gowin Parc, Taylorville, IL. She was born October 8, 1925 in Springfield, IL the daughter of William P. and Helen Elizabeth Fitzsimmons Plummer.

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  • Monday Oct 13 | via Current in Carmel 

    Obituary: Emma Louise Lasbury Reed

    Emma Louise Lasbury Reed, of North Palm Beach Florida, long-time Indianapolis resident, died Oct. 7. She was 88 years old. She is survived by her children, Robert E. Reed and Teri Reed Senn, 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

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  • Sunday Oct 12 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Benjamin L. Shapero MD

    Benjamin L. Shapero, MD, 102, passed away peacefully at his home in West Palm Beach, Florida, with his loving wife and children by his side. He was born in Bangor, Maine on July 5, 1912, to Max and Sarah Shapero.

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  • Saturday Oct 11 | via NewsandSentinel.com 

    Jessie Adams

    He was born Aug. 20, 1957, in West Palm Beach, Fla., a son of Lillie Mae Barnhart of Parkersburg and the late George Barnhart. In addition to his mother, he is survived by two sons, Josh Conger of Parkersburg and Robert Adams of Parkersburg; three grandchildren, Joshua Michael Conger II, Maleigha Sue Adams and Coltin Alan Joe; seven brothers and sisters, Janelle Sams, Phillip Adams, Charles H. Adams, Byron K. Adams, Ann Waite, Robin Betts and Lisa Mace; and several nieces and nephews.

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  • Saturday Oct 11 | via The Republic 

    Teresa Machelle Taylor Wehner, Madison

    Teresa Machelle Taylor Wehner, 53, of Hanover, formerly of Columbus and Madison, passed away peacefully at 10:06 a.m. Saturday, October 11, 2014, at King's Daughters' Hospital in Madison. A memorial graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Section 61 at Garland Brook Cemetery, with the Rev.

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  • Saturday Oct 11 | via The Republic 

    Teresa Machelle Taylor Wehner, Hanover

    Teresa Machelle Taylor Wehner, 53, of Hanover, formerly of Columbus and Madison, passed away peacefully at 10:06 a.m. Saturday, October 11, 2014, at King's Daughters' Hospital in Madison. Teresa was a member of the Madison Assembly of God Church.

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  • Thursday Oct 9 | via The Fairfield Ledger 

    Harold W. Wells

    Harold Wayne Wells, 89, of North Palm Beach, Florida, and formerly of Cantril, died Monday, Dec. 23, 2013, in North Palm Beach. A graveside service and burial of cremains will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Maple Grove Cemetery in Cantril, with the Rev.

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  • Wednesday Oct 8 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Wayne Foreman Dimm

    Born 1929 in South Orange, New Jersey, to Ross Lewis Dimm and Bertha Good Dimm, he graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 1946 and Princeton University in 1950. After a long career as Vice President of Marketing for F. Schumacher & Company, he retired to Chatham and Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Tuesday Oct 7 | via The Fairfield Ledger 

    Harold W. Wells

    Harold Wayne Wells, 89, of North Palm Beach, Florida, and formerly of Cantril, died Monday, Dec. 23, 2013, in North Palm Beach. A graveside service and burial of cremains will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Maple Grove Cemetery in Cantril, with the Rev.

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  • Sunday Oct 5 | via Daily Mountain Eagle 

    Frances Davis Waldrop

    Frances Davis Waldrop, 85, born in Arley, and a resident of Bay Minette, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, at Oakwood Nursing Home. She was a homemaker.

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  • Friday Oct 3 | via Marine Corps Times 

    After heiress's push, D.C. memorial for disabled vet...

    In this undated handout photo provided by Dan Klores Communications shows Lois Pope of Florida. Pope donated $10 million to build the American Veteran's Disabled for Life Memorial which will be dedicated in Washington, D.C., on Sunday.

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  • Friday Oct 3 | via KNUS-AM Aurora 

    After heiress's push, DC memorial to be dedicated

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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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