Palm Beach Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Palm Beach, FL

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  • 18 hrs ago | via WPTV Local News 

    Report: Issues found at plant where worker died

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla - The West Palm Beach sewage treatment plant where worker Herminio Padilla was found dead in a sewage pipe had many safety issues that required immediate attention, according to a report the city ordered last year. The draft memorandum which was issued on November 20, 2014 was done in order to assess the conditions of various areas of the plant as part of planning for a multi-million dollar project to upgrade the plant.

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  • Friday Jan 23 | via Putnam County Sentinel 

    Michael Ray Mull

    Michael Ray Mull, 70, of Vaughnsville died at 8:00 a.m. Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 at his residence. He was born Oct. 22, 1944 in McComb to the late Elbert and Sarabelle Mull.

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  • Tuesday Jan 20 | via Newsday 

    Lowell Paxson dies; TV mogul co-founded Home Shoppin...

    Lowell Paxson died Jan. 9, 2015, at his home in Lakeside, Mont. He was 79. Paxson, a broadcasting mogul, was a co-founder of the Home Shopping Network.

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  • Friday Jan 16 | via WTVC 

    Jack Benson Remembered For Dedication

    People across Chattanooga are mourning the loss of a past city leader. Former councilman Jack Benson passed away Thursday.

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  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via The Wilton Daily Voice 

    Jean Jacobson, 80, Of Wilton; Former Filmmaker's Ass...

    Jacobson worked in New York City as a personal assistant to Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jerome Hill. She also served for many years as an officer in the Daughters of the British Empire.

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  • Sunday Jan 11 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Mahoney, Willard George "Bill"

    Be the first to share your memories or express your condolences in the Guest Book for WILLARD GEORGE "BILL" MAHONEY. WILLARD 'BILL' GEORGE MAHONEY, 92 WINTER HAVEN - Willard 'Bill' George Mahoney, 92, a long time Winter Haven resident, passed away Tuesday morning, December 23, 2014, in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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  • Saturday Jan 10 | via Boston Herald 

    Dr. Harold Simon, leda radiology department

    Dr. Harold Simon of Palm Beach, Fla. and Chestnut Hill, chief of radiology at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, died Thursday at his home in Palm Beach.

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  • Saturday Jan 10 | via The Republic 

    Jacques Hugo LeRoy, Ph. D., Round Rock, Texas

    Jacques Hugo LeRoy, Ph. D. was born on May 3, 1927 in Columbus, Indiana and passed away December 22, 2014, at the age of 87 in Round Rock, Texas in the presence of his children.

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  • Saturday Jan 10 | via Yorkton This Week & Enterprise 

    TEMPLE - Jordis Astrid

    Jordis Astrid Temple was born on July 27, 1916 on the family farm near Ketchen, SK; a daughter of Kaia & Christian Fagervold. She was raised on the family farm and received her education at North Prairie School.

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  • Friday Jan 9 | via Observer 

    Nancy C. Greeley

    Nancy C. Greeley, age 73, of Bader Avenue passed away unexpectedly Friday, January 9, 2015 at the TLC Health Network Lakeshore Campus Emergency Room in the town of Hanover surrounded by her family. Born July 13, 1941 in Ellington, NY, one of nine siblings, to the late James and Mildred Funcell, Nancy worked for nearly 25 years for the Gowanda Central School District.

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  • Thursday Jan 8 | via The Item 

    Nina Feldman of Palm Beach, Fla. dies at age 89.

    Services for former township resident Nina Feldman were held Jan. 4 at Bernheim Apter Kreitzman Suburban Funeral Chapel in Livingston. Interment followed at Beth Israel Cemetery in Woodbridge.

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  • Friday Jan 2 | via WTVC 

    Grand Ole Opry Legend Jimmy Dickens Dies

    Little Jimmy Dickens, a diminutive singer-songwriter who was the oldest cast member of the Grand Ole Opry, has died. He was 94. Opry spokeswoman Jessie Schmidt says Dickens died Friday at a Nashville-area hospital of cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke on Christmas Day.

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  • Wednesday Dec 31 | via Northwest Herald 

    Payton, James R.

    James R. Payton James Robert Payton, age 90, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, formerly of Illinois died December 26, 2014. Relatives and friends are welcome at Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Home, North Palm Beach, FL, Tuesday, December 30th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m..

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  • Feb 23, 2012 | via American Reporter 

    On Native GroundTHE Gop Still Hates Women

    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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