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HARRY DANIEL FRANKLEN FRICKER, FIFTY-NINE, Fulton Twp., Quarryville
R2, died Tuesday at 6:10 pm Aug. 1, 1961 at his home. Death was unexpected but he
had been under the care of a doctor for a heart condition. He had worked as a loom fixer
in Lancaster before he became ill. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Abram
and Elizabeth Seibold Fricker and had lived in Lancaster prior to moving to the
Quarryville area.. He was the husband of Lena Metzger Fricker, In addition to his wife,
three children, Harry A. and Theodore F., both of Florida and Miss Daisy L. Fricker, at
home, surviving: also are three grandchildren. He was the last of his immediate family.
Printed in The Lancaster New Era on Aug.2.1961

FRICKER, - entered into rest in Quarryville, Route 2, Fulton Township, Penna. On
August 1, 1961 HARRY D. FRICKER, husband of Lena Metzger Fricker, in his 60th
year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the
Reynolds Funeral Home, Quarryville, Friday 2 PM Internment in the Quarryville
Cemetery. Friends may call at the Reynolds Funeral Home, Thursday 7 to 9 PM/
Printed in the Intelligencer Journal afternoon edition. Aug. 2, 1961

HARRY ABRAHAM THEODORE FRICKER 44 of 17021 NW 47th Court passed
away Thur. July 14th. A native of Pennsylvania coming to Miami 9 years ago. He was a
member of the V.F.W. No. 8119. Survivors include wife Marie, 3 daughters: Mrs.
Rosemary West, Harriet Marie and Marie Elizabeth Fricker, mother Mrs Lena Fricker, a
sister Daisy Fricker a brother Theodore. Funeral Services will be held Monday at 1:00
PM at Lithgow’s Opa-Locka Carol City Chapel with interment in Vista Memorial Park,
Hialeah, Fla. Friends may call 6 PM on Sat. July 16th, 1966, Burial was on July 18th,
Printed in The Miami Herald on July 16, 1966

MRS MARY ELECTOR RITTENHOUSE OSTER, 65 of 4770 NW 171 Street,
passed away March 1, 1969, Came to Miami in 1960 from Lancaster, Penna. Survived
by husband Frederick P. Sr.,of Miami, sons, Raymond of Ga. Frederick P. Jr. and
Charles E. of Penna. Daughters, Mrs. Edythe Landis, Mrs. MaryJane Jenkins of
Penna.,Mrs. Marie Fricker, Mrs. Patricia Gastrock, Mrs Holly Tellup, Mrs. Bonnie
Rademaker, all of Miami, Brother George W. Rittenhouse of Penna., 22 Grandchildren, 8
Great Grandchildren. Repose 6 PM Sun Bess Memorial Miami Lakes, Hialeah, Chapel,
3790 NW 167th St. Services at 1:30 PM Tues, at Carol City Baptist Church, Internment at
Vista Memorial Park, Hialeah, Fla. March 4th 1969 Printed on March 3rd 1969 in The
Miami Herald Burial was March 4, 1969

MRS FREDERICK OSTER, Ex-Lancastrian, Dies
Mrs. Mary E. Oster, 65, of Carol City. Fla. And formerly of Lancaster, died
Saturday in Miami, Fla. She was the wife of Frederick P. Oster. In addition to her
husband, she is survived by three sons, Raymond Oster, Georgia, Frederick P.,
Leola, and Charles, Neffsville, six daughters, Edith, wife of Samuel Landis, York:
Mary Jane wife of William Jenkins, Lancaster, Marie Fricker, Patricia Gastrock,
Holly Tellup, and Bonnie Radmaker, all of Florida. Additional survivors include 22
grandchilren:, eight great grandchildren and a brother, George Rittenhouse of
Rawlinsville. Published Lancaster Tribune unknown date.


FREDERICK PHILLIP OSTER, SR. 77, of 17021 NW 47th Ct. passed away on July
30, 1972, He is survived by son’s: Frederick P. Jr., Charles E.,and Raymond. Daughters:
Mrs. Marie Fricker,Mrs Patricia Gasstrock, Mrs. Holly Tellup, Mrs. Bonnie Beatty,of
Mrs. Edith Landis, Mrs. MaryJane Jenkins Brother Harry Oster, sister Mrs. Mable
Lawrence, 24 grandchildren and 12 Great Grandchildren. Services 1 PM Wednesday at
Bess Memorial Miami Lakes Hialeah, Chapel, 3790 NW 167th St. Friends may call at the
Funeral Home from 6 to 9 PM Tues. Internment Vista Memorial Gardens, Hialeah, Fla.
Printed in The Miami Herald on Aug. 1, 1972. Burial was on Aug. 2, 1972

LENA DAISY FRICKER, 74 of Opa-Locka, passed away Thurs March 17, 1977. A
Miami area resident 14 years, formerly of Quarryville, Pa. She is survived by her son,
Theodore and a daughter Daisy Lena, both of Opa-Locka, Brothers, Theodore F.
Metzger, Quarryville, Pa. and David C. Metzger, Lancaster, Penna. 3 Granddaughters,
and 6 great Grandchildren. Friends may call 2:30 to 3:30 PM Sat. at the Bess Combs &
Son Miami Lakes Chapel, 3790 N.W. 167th St. Further Services & internment will be
held in Quarryville, Pa.Printed in The Miami Herald March 19, 1977

FRANK THEODORE METZGER, Entered into Eternal rest on Oct. 1, 1972 former
resident of Pa. Services 11:00 AM Oct. 5th, 1972 at Bess Memorial Miami Lakes
Hialeah, Chapel, 3790 NW 167th St. Cremation.Printed Miami News on Oct. 2, 1972

GERTRUDE H. FRICKER,passed away on Nov. 10, 1996 in Sebring, Fla. Mrs. Fricker
will be cremated. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fla.Printed in Sebring News, not
sure of date

THEODORE FRICKER,Sebring, Fla. Theodore Fricker, 73, of Sebring, died Sunday,
Jan. 21, 2001, in Sebring. He was a veteran of the Navy, He enjoyed model airplanes and
won several trophies. He played the steel Guitar in several bands throughout Florida and
Hawaii. He was predeceased my his wife Gertrude Troop Fricker. Survivors include a
sister Daisy Fricker of Hollywood, Fla. A sister in law, Marie Fricker of Stuart: three
nieces: two stepdaughters: and aunts, uncles and cousins in Lancaster, Pa. Arrangements
are under the direction of Williams Funeral Home, Sebring. Printed in the Stuart News
on Wed. Jan. 24th, 2001

THEODORE FRICKER,was mechanic Theodore F. Fricker 73 of Sebring, Fla.
Formerly of Quarryville, died of natural causes Jan. 21 at Highlands Regional Hospital,
Sebring. A Florida resident since 1956, he retired in 1984 after 28 years as an airplane
service mechanic at Miami Airport. Until the time of his death, he was a part-time clerk
at Circle K Convenience Store in Sebring. A veteran, he served in the US Navy in 1950-
52. He was a member of the Moose Lodge in Pembroke, Fla. He enjoyed building and
flying model airplanes, for which he won several trophies. He also enjoyed playing the
steel guitar and performed in several bands in Florida and Hawaii. Fricker was a member
of the National Free Flight Society, the Model Engineers Collectors Association and the
Hawaiian Steel Guitar Asscociation. Born in Quarryville, he was the son of the late Harry
Daniel and Lena Metzger Fricker. His wife Gertrude H. Firestone Troop Fricker, died in
1996. Surviving are two stepdaughters, Catherine Dunn of Lancaster, and Shirley Troop
Bohannan of Sebring, Seven stepgrandchildren: 14 step-great grandchildren, and a sister,
Daisy of Hollywood, Fla. He was predeceased in death by a brother, Harry A.T. Fricker
Printed in The Lancaster Era, on Jan. 25th, 2001

DAISY LENA FRICKER 80 died Feb. 27, 2004 at Fort Lauderdale Health &
Rehabilitation, Fort Lauderdale. She was born in Lancaster, Pa., and lived in Fort
Lauderdale for nine years, coming from Carol City, Fla. She enjoyed crocheting, knitting
and ceramics. Survivors include nieces, Harriet Downie, Rosemary Dias and Marie Smith
of Stuart. Service: A service will be private. Arrangements are by McWhite’s Funeral
Home. Fort Lauderdale. Published in Stuart News, on March 3, 2004

DAISY LENA FRICKER, 80,LANCASTER NATIVE, Daisy Lena Fricker, 80, of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. Formerly of Lancaster County, died of natural causes Friday at Fort
Lauderdale Health & Rehab. Miss Fricker enjoyed crocheting, knitting and making
ceramics for family and friends. She enjoyed traveling to Hawaii, Alaska, Arizona and
Pennsylvania with her brother and sister-in-law. She moved to Carol City, Fla., in 1962
and then to Fort Lauderdale in 1995. Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late
Harry Daniel and Lena Metzger Fricker. The last of her immediate family, she is survived
by three nieces, Rosemary Wheeler Dias of Loxahachee, Fla. And Harriet Fricker
Downie and Marie Smith of Stuart, Fla. She was preceded in Death by two brothers,
Harry A.T. and Theodore F.D. Printed in the Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster on
March 4, 2004.


CHRISTOPHER ALLEN WHEELER 24, a construction contractor, died Sunday, June
1, 1986 after being struck by a hit-and-run driver on Leewood Blvd. in Melbourne. Mr.
Wheeler of 1810 Airport Blvd., was a Melbourne Resident for five months. Survivors
include his father and stepmother, Ralph and Rosemary Wheeler of Ocala brothers,
Richard Wheeler and Glenn Wheeler, both of Miami, and Michael Wheeler of Cave
Junction, Ore. Sister, Darcy Merritt of Daytona Beach: Paternal Grandparents, Irby and
Nellie Wheeler of Jackson, Tenn. Maternatal Grandmothers, Frances Stewart of Fla. and
Marie Fricker of Stuart, Fla. Visiting hours are 4 to 8 PM Wednesday at Wylie-Baxley
Funeral Home Chapel Rockledge Fla. Service will be at 11:00 AM on June 5th.Unknow
newspaper clipping

EDNA M. BINKLEY METZGER, Age 86, passed away on Dec. 29, 1999, Services are
at The Gundel Funeral Home, 415 North Duke Street, Lancaster, Pa. on Jan. 4, 2000 at
11:00 AM, Interment in Conestoga Memorial Park, Lancaster, Pa. Copy of Service Card

EDYTHE M. LANDIS,81, formerly of Lancaster and Chambersbur, died Wednesday,
August 27, 2003 at 10 AM at York County Nursing Home. She was the wife of Samuel
M. Landis. Mr and Mrs. Landis observed their 60th wedding anniversary on October 31,
2002. Born July 21, 1922 in Lancaster, she was a daughter of the late Frederick P. and
Mary E. (Rittenhouse) Oster. She was a seamstress for the former Bernstein Garments of
York, she attended J>P>McCaskey High School in Lancaster. She formerly served as
secretary for the Central Booster Club and she taught for the Children’s Bible Mission in
Chambersburg. She loved to work with crafts and travel with her husband,m Besides her
husband, she is survived by four sons, Samuel M. Landis of Craley, Michael R. Landis of
York, Thomas Pl. Landis of Dallastown and Robin A. Landis of New Brdgeville: 10
Grandchildren: four great-grandchildren: five sisters, Marie Fricker of Stuart, Fla. Mary
Jane Jenkins of Lancaster, Patricia Gastrock of Carol City, Fla. Holly Tellup of New
Dothan, Ala. And Bonnie Lee Shaw of Florida: and one brother, Frederick Oster of
Leola. The funeral service will be 11 AM Tuesday, September 2nd at the Etzweiler
Funeral Home, Inc. and Cremation Service, 700 Hellam St., Wrightsville, with Rev.
Roger Mentzer officiating. Burial will be in Millersville Mennonite Cemetaery. A
viewing will be held one hour prior to the service at the funeral home, Memorial
contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association of South Central Pa. 3544 N.
Progress Ave. Suite 205, Harrisburg, Pa. 17110.Published in the York Daily Record,
York Dispatch & York Sunday News on 8/28/2003

York: Edythe M. Landis, 81, formerly of Lancaster and Chambersburg, died Wednesday
August 27,, 2003 at 10:00 am, at York County Nursing home. She was the wife of
Samuel M. Landis. Mr. and Mrs. Landis Obsserved their 60th wedding anniversary on
October 31, 2002. Born July 21, 1922 in Lancaster, she was a daughter of the late
Frederick P. and Mary E. (Rittenhouse) Oster. She was a seamtress for the former
Bernstein Garments of York. She attended J.P McCaskey High School in Lancaster.
She formerly served as secretary for the Central Booster Club and she taught for the
Childrents Bible Mission in Chambersburg. She loved to work with crafts and travel
With her husband. Besides her husband she is survived by four sons, Samuel M. Landis
of Craley, Michael R. Landis of York, Thomas P. Landis of Dallastown and Robin A.
Landis of New Bridgeville: 10 grandchldren, four great grandchildren, five sisters,
Marie Fricker of Stuart, Fla. Mary Jane Jenkins of Lancaster, Patricia Gastrock of
Carol City, Fla. Holly Tellup of New Dothan, Ala. And Bonnie Lee Shaw of Florida: and
one brother, Frederick Oster of Leola. The funeral Service will be 11:00 am. Tuesday,
September 2nd at the Etzweiler Funeral home. Inc. and Cremation Service, 700 Hellam
St., Wrightsville, with Rev. Roger H. Mentzer officiating. Burial will be in Millersville
Mennonite Cemetery. A viewing will be held one hour prior to the service at the funeral
Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association of South
Central, Pa. 3544 N. Progress Ave., Suite 205 Harrisburg, Pa. 17110. York daily record,
deceased obituary: Edythe M. Landis, Date August 28,2003, Page 2B Media NewsGroup,
Inc., by NewsBank, Inc..

HOLLY LARUE TELLUP, Lancaster Native, 60, of Cottonwood, Ala., formerly of
Lancaster died of natural causes Sunday at Southeast Alabama Medial Center, Dothan,
Ala. Mrs. Tellup worked the past eight years for P&C gricerues (No.111), Cottonwood.
She moved to Florida from Lancaster in the early 1960’s and worked for Burger Kin
when it first opened in Carol City, She moved to Cottonwood in 1990. Born and raised in
Lancaster she was the daughter of the late Frederick P. and Mary E.. Rittenhouse Oster.
She was married to Alvin J. Tellup, Sr. Surviving in addition to her husband are a son,
Alvin Jr., married to Elizabeth Tellup of Cottonwood: Three daughters, Debra, married to
Larry Farmer, Crystal Baxter, married to Steve Carlisle, and Susan, married to David
Jones, all of Cottonwood: 11 Grandchildren: a brother: Frederick P. Oster of New
Holland: and four sisters, Mary Jane Jenkins of Lancaster, Patricia Gastrock of Carol
City, Marie Fricker of Stuart, Fla. And Bonnie Shaw of Orlando, Fla. She was preceded
in death by two brothers, Raymond and Charles Oster and a sister, Edythe Landis.
Printed in Lancaster News Era on Thursday June 10, 2004 Also in the Intelligencer
Journal Lancaster on June 10, 2004 afternoon Edition.

HOLLY LARUE TELLLUPP a resident of Cottonwood, died Sunday night, June 6,
2004 at Southeast Alabama Medical Center, She was 60. The family will be receving
friends at 57 Plantation Drive in Cottonwood from 6 until 8 PM on Tuesday. Mrs. Tellup
was born, June 26, 1943, the daughter of Mary and Frederick Oster in Lancaster, Pa. and
lived the early years of her life there. She was a resident of Cottonwood since 1991 and
was employed with P & C Groceries (no.111) in Cottonwood Highway for the past eight
years. Survivors include her husband, Alvin John “AJ” Tellup Sr. Cottonwood, a son,
Alvin Tellup Jr., and his wife Elizabeth of Cottonwood:, three daughters and sons –in-
laws:, Debra and Larry Farmer, Crystal Baxter and Steve Carlisle:, Susan and David
Jones, all of Cottonwood: 11 Grandchildren, Mary Tellup, Shana Tellup, Kevin Baxter,
Felicia Baxter, Wyatt Lewis, Robert Eastridge, Henry Cobb, Jammy Farmer, Summer
Farmer, Emily Jones and Matthew Jones. Byrd Funeral Home of Dothanm, 334-793-
3003, is in charge of arrangements. Creamation to follow. Printed in Cottonwood News,
Dothan, Ala. On Tues. June 8th 2004

MARY JANE OSTER JENKINS, age 80 of 644 Ocean Ave. Lancaster, died on Friday
December 9 2005, at Brethren Village following a brief illness. Born in Lancaster, she
was the daughter of the late Frederick and Mary Rittenhouse Oster and the wife of the
late William O. Jenkins, Jr., who died in August of 1986. Mrs. Jenkins was employed as a
floor person for the former United Chemcon Inc. She is survived by two sons: William P.
Jenkins, Bel Air, MD, Thomas R. Jenks, Lititz Pa. four grandchildren and three great
grandchildren. Funderal services and interment will be private at the convenience of the
family. Fred F. Groff, Inc. www.lifecelebration.com Published Dec. 14, 2005
Lancaster News Era

MILDRED “MIDGE” METZGER KEENE,62, the wife of the Rev. Raymond Keene
died from cancer May 25, 2005 in Bel Air. The Keenes came to the Baltimore-
Washington Conference from the New Mexico Conference and he has served the William
waters Memorial UMC in Jarrettsville for three years. A laity-led memorial service was
held at the church June 11. 2005 District Superintendent Tony Hunt participated. Midge
Keene was a trained vascular technician and cardiology technologist prior to her marriage
in 1982, she served as a missionary to Navajo missions in Farmington, NM, she had a
special interest in the history and spiritual wisdom of Native Americans. After her
marriage she served with her husband at churches in Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Belize
and more recently in Maryland. She was a talented artist and musician and when in
Belize, from 1997-1999, she taught piano lessons and served as the pianist for six
churches. She drew and painted and was a versatile seamstress. She also enjoyed
crocheting. For the past four years, she has been the primary caregiver for her mother.
“Prayer and Bible study have been the cornerstones of Midge’s spiritual life,” said her
husband. “They have resulted in a life of service manifested in the spiritual gifts of
teaching and mercy.” Keene was looking forward to the arrival of their adopted son,
Fernando Chun, who is expected from Belize this fall to continue his education. She also
leaves an adopted daughter, Sarita Lewis, for whom she made a perfectly fitting wedding
gown, though living 2,000 miles apart in Belize. Survivors include her husband and the
two adopted children. Condolences may be sent to Rev. Ray Keene, 3701 Federal Hill
Road. Jarrettsville, MD. 21084 Printed in the News /UMC Connection 2005 June 22,
2005 News obits Html P5

MILRED L METZGER, 90, of Bonham Nursing Center, Stillwater, Pa. and formerly of
Jarrettsville, MD and Quarryville died at her home on Thursday, December 15th 2005
Mildred was born in Lancaster, the daughter of the late Harry and Pearl Edna Smith
Lechner. Her husband, Theodore R. Metzger Sr. died in 1990. Mildred worked as a
weaver in the Lancaster Cottonmill until the late 40’s. In the following years, she worked
at the former Hamilton Watch Factory and former R>C>A> Company in the quality
control dept. She was a member of the former Bethel Methodist Church and later
attended and was very active in Quarryville Memorial United Methodist Church where
she taught Sunday School. Also she was a volunteer at the Rawlinsville Camp Meeting.
Mildred enjoyed reading, painting and crocheting, sewing and spending time with her
family. Surviving is a son, Theodore R. Metzer, Jr., husband of Donna, Stillwater, Pa., 13
grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. Also two
sisters: Betty DeGodt and Barbara Mummaw, both of Lancaster, son in laws, Charles
Pyle and Ray Keene and several nieces and nephews. Preceding Mildred in death besides
parents and husband are daughters, Roselena Pyle and Midge Keene and also three
sisterfs and a brother. Services: Monday, Decembedr, 19th at 2:00 from Memorial United
Methodist Church, 109 S. Hess St. Quarryville. Viewing at the church on Monday from
1:00 until 2:00. Interment: Conestoga Memorial Park. Please omit flowers: Contributions:
Memorial United Methodist Church Sunday School Fund, 109 S. Hess St., Quarryville,
Pa. 17566. Dewald Funeral & Cremation Service, Quarryville, Pa. www.dewalds.com
Published in Lancaster News Era, Date Unknown

Luther W. Phillips,( Downie side of family), Feb. 19,1936-Oct. 26,2006,Birthplace:
Cullman, Alabama, Resided in Mount Dora, Fla., Age 70. Service Date Sat. Oct. 28,
2006, Service time: 6:00 PM, Service Location: Bethel Assembly of God, Mount
Dora, Fla. Luther W. Phillips, 70, of Mount Dora, Fla. Died on Thursday, October
26,2006. Born, Cullman, Al., he moved to Mount Dora in 1988 from Warrenton,
Virginia. He was a Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic, he served in the Navy Reserves.
He is survived by his wife, Carol Phillips of Mount Dora, Fl.: 3 sons, Kenneth
Phillips of Chester, Il., Michael Phillips of Vandalia, Il, Jeremy Phillips of Boynton
Beach, Fla: 2 daughters, Terri Mc----- of Jefferson, Ga. Lori Morgan of Leesburg,
Fl:, 3 brothers, Billy Bradford of Cullman, Al, Eugene Bradford of Cullman, jAl.,
Charles Phillips of Palm Bay, Fl: and 11 grandchildren. A memorial Service will be
held at Bethel Assembly of God, Mount Dora on Saturday October 28, 2006 at 6:00
pm Online guestbook available at www.hardenpauli.com, arrangements by
Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. On line obituary from Harden/Pauli, funeral
home. Eustis, Fla. Nov. 8th 2006

Jerry B. Riley, 62 ( Downie side,Tina and Tony’s)
ROCTON - Jerry B. Riley, 62, passed away peacefully in his home Saturday
morning, Oct. 8, 2005. He was born Aug. 21, 1943 in Pocahontas, Ark. Jerry was a
40 year resident of Rockford, Ill. He was an employee of Value House Carpeting for
many years and recently became owner of Carpet Remnant and Rug World. Jerry
was a loving husband and a wonderful father. He had a generous heart and giving
soul. Jerry volunteered for the American Cancer Society through Relay for Life. He
served in the U.S. Air Force for two years. Jerry is survived by his wife, Barbara,
sons, Anthony (Tina) Riley of Port St. Lucie, Fla. And Jason Furniss (fiancée,
Melissa Jacobs), beloved companion of Aspen:, grandson, Devon: Granddaughter,
Kialynn:, brothers, Billy (Joyce) Riley, Hiawatha (Maxine) Riley and Donald (Patsy)
Riley and sisters, Margaret Simpson and Maxine Weldon. Predeceased by his
parents Amos and May Riley, brother, Malcolm: and sister, Melba. Service at 10
AM, Thursday, Oct. 13, in Rosman, Uehling, Kinzer Funeral Home, 1125 Cranston
Road, Beloit, Wis., with the Rev. Dr. John L. Heins officiating. Burial in Eastlawn
Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 PM ,Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the funeral
home. Published in Rockford Register Star, Monday, Oct. 10, 2005

SCOTT RAY OSTER, 49, Tarpon Springs, died Thursday (Feb 8, 2007) at Helen Ellis
Memorial Hospital, Tarpon Springs. He was born in Lancaster, Pa., and came here in
1997 from St. Augustine. He was a program integrator for the Defense Department and a
Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife of 23 years, Tracy, a son, Nicholas, Tarpon
Springs, a daughter Ashley Oster, Tarpon Springs, his mother Ann Oster of Crossville,
Tenn., and a brother Keith Oster of Crossville. Eternal Rest Memories Park and Funeral
Home Dunedin, Fla. Published in St. Petersburg Times on Feb. 11, 2007

CELVIE LUCKY EASON 65, died January 23,2007. He was born in Miami and was a
former resident of Ft. Lauderdale. He was a self taught machinist and inventor. Before
retirement, he owned Coastal Machine in Ft. Lauderdale. Survivors include his wife,
Violet Ruby Eason of Clewiston: daughters, Debbie Salkay of Utah and Sheri Eason of
Davie:stepdaughter Brenda Williams of Clewiston: brothers, Ernest Downie of Stuart and
Roy Eason of Clewiston: sisters, Bonnie Philliips of Palm Bay, Dean Cook of Mississippi
and Marsha Anderson of Merritt Island:,five grandchildren and first wife and friend, Kay
Spann of Davie. Services: A memorial was held at Johnathan Dickinson State Park in
Hobe Sound on Feb. 3, 2007. Published in the Sun Sentinel on 2/8/2007 Guest Book
available on line at Legacy. Com ( Downie side of the family)

CELVIE LUCKY EASON, 65, died Jan. 23, 2007. He was born in Miami .Before
retirement, he owned Coastal Machine in Fort Lauderdale. Survivors include his wife,
Violet Ruby Eason of Clewiston, daughters, Debbie Salkay and Sheri Eason of Davie
Stepdaughter, Brenda Williams of Clewiston, brothers, Ernest Downie of Stuart and Roy
Eason of Clewiston, sisters, Bonnie Phillips of Palm Bay, Dean Cook of Mississippi and
Marsha Anderson of Merritt Island,,five grandchildren and first wife Kay Spann of Davie
Services: Burial will be private. Arrangements are by Affordable Cremations, North Fort
Myers, Fla. Published in the Stuart News on Jan. 27, 2007 (Downie side of family)

THOMAS D. ANDERSON, (Downie side of family) ANDERSON, THOMAS D., 64
died July 14, 2007, at Mariner’s Hospital in Tavernier, Florida Keys, Tom was born
in Urbana, Illinois in 1942. and moved to Hialeah, Florida in 1947, He attended
school in Hialeah, graduating from Hialeah, High. He became an aviation machinist
and worked for Eastern Airlines, later owned and operated an aircraft repair and
parts company in Miami. In 1993, he moved to Islamorada in the Florida Keys, and
became a small flooring contractor there. Tom loved the outdoors and spent his
quality time fishing and hunting from the Florida Keys to the Rocky Mountains,
and beyond. He is survived by his wife Marsha, a sister Martha Allen of Orlando, a
brother Gary of Oak Hill, Florida, daughters Tracy Hilton of Suwannee, Georgia,
and Laura Sagermann of Buford, a son Thomas, Jr. of Atlanta, 5 grandchildren,
Brooke, Dani, Nikki, Miranda, and Ronnie Jr. as well as nieces and nephews, and
their children. As Tom requested, his ashes will be scattered south of Alligator Light
after a service by family and friends. God Bless Tom! To visit this Guest Book
online, go to www. MiamiHerald.com/obituaries. Published in the Miami Herald on
7/17/2007

Ann Oster, 81, of Fairfield Glade TN, passed away Friday, November 2, 2007. Mrs.
Oster was born in New York, NY,November 13, 1925, to Frank and Mary (Goban)
Kirvanek. Survivors include her son Keith and his wife Monica Oster of Fairfield
Glade, TN.: Grandchildren, Kristina Loftis of Helena, MT, Korney Osster of
Shellville, GA., Nicholas Oster and Ashley Oster of Tarpon Springs, Fla., Great
Grandson, Isaac Benjamin Loftis of Helena, MT: Brother Charles Krivanek of
Horsehead, NY, and Sister Emma Collins of San Antonio, TX. Mrs. Oster was
Preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Oster, Son, Scott Oster, Brother
Tony Krivanek: and sister Mary Lefever. Crossville Memorial Funeral Home and
Crematory, Inc. was in charge of the arrangements. (As per Keith Oster, her
Ashes will be scattered in the mountains of NY by her request, as was her son’s and
Husbands ashes were scattered in the Ocean.)

				
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