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Conference of SDA serving the southeastern U.S. He was born in Scottsblu, Nebraska. Survivors: son, H. Lane, Deltona; twin daughters,Barbara Fowler,Altamonte Springs, Beverly Garner, Apopka; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, West Altamonte Chapel, Altamonte Springs.

SISTER CATHERINE M.GORMAN, 65, Apopka, died Tuesday, January 5. Sister Gorman was a teacher. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and moved to Central Florida in 1971. She was co-founder of the Oce of Farmworker Ministry and the West Orange Farmworker Health Association. She was a member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. Survivors: sister, Mary Anne Geraghty, Delaware; several nieces nephews, grand-nieces, grand nephews. Loomis family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.

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JANUARY 15

JOHN AMATO, 88, Orlando, died Wednesday, January 6. Mr. Amato was an architectural engineer and developer. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, and moved to Central Florida in 1968. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Sallie; sons, John, Apopka, Alphonse, Haley, Idaho, Frank,Winter Springs; daughter, Marie Gear, Edgewater; brother, Michael, Orlando; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando.

CHARLES M. PALMER, 83, Apopka, died Friday, January 8. Mr. Palmer was an electronics assembler in the aerospace industry. Born in Mississippi, he moved to Central Florida in 1954. Survivors: wife, Martha; son, Charles Jr., Apopka; daughter, Patricia Ciminelli, Apopka; brother, Bob, Apopka; sister, Emogene Park, Baldwin, Miss.; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation

Service, Apopka.

FRANCES

“FAYE”

KELLEY,

79,

Apopka, died Saturday, January 9. Mrs. Kelley was manager of the Utilities Department of Ferran Engineering, Orlando. She was born in Sarasota. She was a member of Trinity Baptist Church of Apopka. Survivors: daughters, Cheryl Campbell, Marilynn Beale; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka.

ROGER L. STEWART, 59, Sorrento, died Sunday, January 10. Mr. Stewart was a framer/hanger. Born in Geneva County,

Alabama, he moved to Central Florida in 1958. He was a member of Rock Springs Baptist Church. Survivors: wife, Debra; mother, Mary Agnes, Black, Ala.; brothers, Albert, Apopka, Jerry, Mount Plymouth, Steven L., Ohio, James D., Black, Ala.; sisters, Nancy L. Kennedy,Tampa, Charlotte J. Paulie, Eustis. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.

LOUIS R. PAYNE, 86, Zellwood, died Monday, January 11. Mr. Payne was a purchasing agent in the electronics industry. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he moved to Central Florida in 1985. He was an Army veteran.He was Catholic.Survivors: wife,Dori; sons, Richard, New York, Kenneth, Altamonte Springs; daughter, Diane Owings, Apopka; brother, Richard Passention, Altamonte Springs; sister, Paula Strunk, Winter Park; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.…

JANUARY 22

THOMAS ROBERT HOPE JR., 53, Altamonte Springs, died Sunday, January 10. Mr. Hope was a truck driver. He was born in Detroit, Michigan. He was an Army veteran of the Gulf War. Survivors: sons,

  • omas R. Jr., Altamonte Springs, Shawn G.,

Colorado; stepdaughter, Patricia R. Dickey, Colorado; brothers, Gary, Apopka, David, Michigan; sisters, Shirley, Cathy Conwell, both of Michigan, Candice Smith, Texas; ve grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.

CHARLES W. “BILL” MILLER, 79, Zellwood, died ursday, January 14. Mr. Miller was a truck broker with Carroll Fullmer Logistics. He was born in Washington, Indiana. Survivors: wife, Delores; sons, Craig, Tavares, James L., Washington, Ind.; brother, Donald, Gainesville, Ga.; sisters, Juanita Brummet, Clearwater, Joann Decker, Logansport, Ind., Colleen Copple, Plano,Tex.; four grandchildren. Allen J. Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.

NADINE C. HALL, 91, Zellwood, died Tuesday, January 5. Mrs. Nadine was a homemaker. She was born in Hurst, Illinois. Survivors: son, Gary; three grandchildren; ve great-grandchildren. Pleasant Grove Chapel,

Pleasant Grove, Ill.

JAMES

EDWARD

HENRIOTT,

69, Apopka, died Saturday, January 16. Mr. Henriott was a business owner in the horticulture industry. Born in Coee County, Georgia, he moved to Central Florida in 1962. He was a retired Air Force and Army Reserve

sta sergeant. He was Baptist. Survivors: wife, Doris M.; daughters, Gena L. Lucan, Indiana, Shelly, Florida; sister, Joan Gay, Georgia; brother, Hank, Florida; 10 grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation

Service, Apopka.

GRAHAM

WOODROW

BRANTLEY, 84, Sorrento, died Saturday, January 16. Mr. Brantley was a technical sergeant in the Air Force.He was born in Bailey, North Carolina, and moved to Central Florida from New Hampshire in 1966. Survivors: sons, Michael K., Altamonte Springs, Steven F., Fort Myers, Scott D., Sorrento; daughter, Debra Kirkland, Apopka; sisters, Teenie O’Quinn, Susan Collier, both of Fayetteville, N.C., Rosamond, Zebulon, N.C., Shirley Cummings, Winston Salem, N.C., Mary E. Kindell, Raleigh, N.C.; 14 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service.

V. CLIFFORD BROWN. 92, Apopka, died Friday, January 15. Survivors: sons, Ron, Bill, Jerry; sisters, Louise Mullen, Audrey Sypniewski; son, Ted. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home-West Altamonte Chapel, Altamonte Springs.

HAYDN OWENS JR., 88, Apopka, died Monday, January 18. Mr. Owens served in the Navy for 27 years. He was born in Forty Four, Pennsylvania. Survivor: wife, Nancy. Central Florida Direct Cremation Service, Orlando.

GERTRUDE “JEAN” PRESTON, 84, Winter Park, died Monday, January 18. Mrs. Preston was a homemaker. She was born in Brooklyn, New York. Survivors: husband, Bill; son, Bill, Fern Park; daughters, Kathy McKinney, Fern Park, Donna Krebs, Apopka; brother, Charlie Petzoldt, Lakeland; four grandchildren. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.

JANUARY 29

NORMAN A. SCHROTH, 55, Apopka, died Sunday, January 17. Mr. Schroth was the owner of NAS Consulting. Born in Decatur, Illinois, he moved to Central Florida in 1979. He was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church, Mount Dora. Survivors: wife, Lisa; sons, Joshua M., Orlando, Samuel J., Apopka; daughter, Jacquelyn C., Apopka; brothers, Daniel N., Oregon City, Ore., Christopher J., Decatur, Ill., Timothy A., Winter Haven; sister, Tarmmar Bennington, Pensacola; one grandchild. Hamlin & Hilbish Funeral Directors, Eustis.

CYNTHIA LOU YOUNG-LOOMIS,

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