Vero Beach Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Vero Beach, FL

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  • Friday | via Dayton Daily News 

    KUNZ, Daniel A.

    News Death Notice KUNZ, Daniel A. Age 32, passed away on Thursday December 18, 2014. Daniel was born in Dayton, spent many of his formative years in Vero Beach, FL and attended Centerville High School.

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  • Sunday Dec 21 | via WPTV Local News 

    Woman killed, wrong-way driver injured

    A 50-year-old woman died Saturday night after a 35-year-old man driving the wrong way on State Road 60 caused a head-on crash, said Florida Highway Patrol officials. The man was driving a silver 2005 Toyota 4Runner eastbound in the westbound lanes of S.R. 60 about a mile west of Interstate 95 when he crashed into the woman's white 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis about 8:20 p.m., said FHP spokesman Sgt.

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  • Saturday Dec 13 | via The News Journal 

    Nancy Gill Riley

    She was born in Wilmington on September 4, 1929, to Marguerite Baldwin Gill and J. Harry Gill.

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  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The East Hampton Star 

    Bud Bradt Jr., 92

    Morris Bradt Jr. of Amagansett and Manhattan, a retired management consultant, died on Dec. 6 at his home in the city. He was 92 and had been ill with cancer for a year.

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  • Thursday Dec 4 | via NJ.com 

    Obituary: Michael P. Sorice, 86, of Whitehouse Station

    Born in Port Washington, N.Y., he was the son of the late Michael and Rosena Sorice. Mike lived in Port Washington, Long Island before moving to Whitehouse Station in 1990.

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  • Thursday Dec 4 | via NJ.com 

    Obituary: Michael P. Sorice, 86, of Whitehouse Station

    Born in Port Washington, N.Y., he was the son of the late Michael and Rosena Sorice. Mike lived in Port Washington, Long Island before moving to Whitehouse Station in 1990.

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  • Friday Nov 28 | via Bangor Daily News 

    Diane (Comeau) Taylor

    Diane Taylor, 59, beloved wife of Norman Taylor passed away on November 26, 2014 at her daughter Tera's home surrounded by her loving family. Dee Dee was a wonderful cook and worked in two local restaurants before she and her husband opened their own, Mill Street Diner, in Lincoln.

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