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All Gods Creatures

2110 West Poinsettia Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32128
(386) 253-8391
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Dale Woodward Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

167 Ridgewood Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
(386) 253-7601
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Gainous R J Funeral Home Inc

804 Dr Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 253-7686
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Greenwood Cemetery

320 White Street
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 252-3073
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Lohman Daytona Funeral Home

1423 Bellevue Avenue
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 267-1100
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Florida plane crash killed Willmar-area businessman, partner - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Monday, January 16, 2017

Daryl Ingalsbe, 67, of Spicer, and his partner, Deb Osborn Solsrud, 51, of New London.The couple were traveling to Ingalsbe’s second home in Spruce Creek, Fla., located near Daytona Beach.Ingalsbe was president and CEO of Independent Technologies Inc., which is based in Blair, Neb., but has a facility in New London.According to its website, the company sells communication and diagnostic products for telecommunications, power utilities, cable TV, energy and information technology markets.The company issued a brief statement Thursday saying they had “suffered a tragic loss” when Ingalsbe died in the plane crash.“We offer our sincerest condolences and prayers to Daryl’s family, friends and his family of employees,” the statement said. “We also offer sincerest condolences and prayers to the family and friends of his very good friend, Deb Solsrud of New London, who also died in the crash.”Nephew Scott Ingalsbe said his uncle “cared a lot about his employees and his family” and that his employees “were all kind of like family.”Daryl Ingalsbe and his twin brother, Dave, grew up with “very little” but joined the Army together, studied electronics together and started the business together with several other partners, said Scott Ingalsbe, who is Dave’s son.Last year the team celebrated 30 years of being in business.“They were proud of that, and rightly so,” said Scott Ingalsbe, adding that his uncle remained “humble” despite his business succe...

Carol Solomon remembered for personal touch at Peoples Health, civic passion - NOLA.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Solomon, who was born Carol Ann Thomas in New York City, started out in the savings and loan industry, working as an accountant before becoming a controller and, later, administrator of a hospital in Daytona Beach, Fla., until it was sold.She did consulting for hospitals in south Florida before being named vice president of operations for CAC-Ramsay, which was the second-largest HMO in the state. It was sold to United Healthcare.In Louisiana, Ms. Solomon was chief executive officer of MedFirst Health Plans, and she directed the development of a pilot managed-care program at LSU Medical Center (now LSU Health Sciences Center).In 2004 and 2006, she was named one of New Orleans CityBusiness' Women of the Year, and she received the top honor in 2008. In 2010, to mark the magazine's 30th anniversary, Ms. Solomon was named one of its 30 Driving Forces honorees.Survivors include her daughter, Michelle Solomon Long of New Orleans; a brother, Joseph Thomas of Miami; a sister, Diana Embi of Miami; and a grandchild.Funeral arrangements, which are being handled by Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, are incomplete.

Seabreeze High memorial preserves legacy of lost Army Ranger - Daytona Beach News-Journal

Monday, December 26, 2016

Erica Breunlin @EricaBreunlinThe first time Sgt. 1st Class Nakischa Adams saw her older brother in uniform, both were well over 7,000 miles from the Daytona Beach neighborhoods they’d called home.“Neither one of us knew we were in the same area in Afghanistan,” said Adams, explaining how the siblings bumped into each other during her second deployment with the Army and one of her brother’s covert missions as an Army Ranger.In that fateful moment in 2002, Adams recalls how proud her brother, Staff Sgt. Anthony Davis, was to stand before her in uniform and guide her around his compound, showing her some of the perks he enjoyed as a Ranger, like steak and lobster dinners.“It was a relief in a sense, too,” Adams said of their unexpected reunion. Their family constantly worried about Davis, who often couldn’t be very vocal about the location or specifics of his military assignments.The last time Adams saw her brother in uniform — in January 2009 — Davis’ dusty green camouflage had been pierced by a single bullet that ultimately took the 29-year-old’s life in northern Iraq.“My brother was able to do what most Americans won’t raise their...

John Donald Mault

Monday, November 14, 2016

Catholic Church, Sellersville. An avid Revolutionary War re-enactor, Don also collected historical memorabilia. Along with his wife, he had enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson, traveling to rallies in Daytona Beach, Florida; Laconia, New Hampshire; and Sturgis, South Dakota. Additionally, Don enjoyed bird watching and gardening. He also carved duck decoys and collected die cast cars.Don’s courage and strength in his battle with cancer were an inspiration to all who knew him. His caring, love, and generosity will live on forever in those who cherish his memory.In addition to his wife, Mr. Mault is survived by his three sons, Colin Mault and his wife, Cathie, of Berwyn; Brennan Mault, of Doylestown; and Kevin Mault, of Holland; six grandchildren, Quinn, Nola, Audrey, and Desmond Mault; Jesse Owens; and August Moyer; two brothers, Robert Mault and his girlfriend, Virginia “Jeanie” Craig, San Francisco, CA; and Douglas Mault and his wife, Jacqueline, of Portland, OR; and a step-daughter, Kristin Moyer, of Quakertown.His Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, November 14, in St. Agnes Catholic Church, 445 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until time of Mass.Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Mr. Mault’s name may be made to Fox Chase-Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Office of Institutional Advancement, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 or online at www.foxchase.org.

Matthew's punch still delivers pain to North Carolina where 10 died in storm - Richmond.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Raleigh, North Carolina. Associated Press writers Jonathan Drew in Raleigh; Jeffrey Collins and Jack Jones in Columbia, South Carolina; Russ Bynum in Savannah, Georgia; and Terrance Harris in Daytona Beach, Florida; contributed to this report.© 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Russell, Jacques F. "Jack" - The Chattanoogan

Monday, July 04, 2016

Helen M. Steinhardt Russell.Jack is survived by his sweet heart and beloved wife of 12 years, Mary Jane Whippler Russell of Lenoir, NC,his daughters Jacqueline J. ‘Jacquee’ Russell of Daytona Beach, FL; Robyn Russell (Frank) Mattia of Chattanooga, TN; daughters & son by marriage, Jayne (Dale) Dietzman of North Lauderdale, FL; Elizabeth ‘Beth’ (Greg) Carter of Lenoir, NC; Ellen Wolfe Gonter of Ormond Beach, FL; and Bruce Wolfe of Ormond Beach, FL. Grandchildren include Ginger Price (Dan) Monteleone of FL; Richard (Mia) Price of GA; Daniel (Grissel) Price of FL; Ralph Dietzman of FL; Janell Carter (Jared) Edwards of NC; Jason (Kris) Carterof IL; Michael(Stephanie) Gonter of FL; Chelsey (Richard) Lancaster of Nashville, TN; and Alex Mattiao Chattanooga, with 14 great-grandchildren.A memorial service will be held Tuesday, in the chapel of Pendry’s Lenoir Funeral Home at 6:30 pm, 522 Wilkesboro Blvd SE, Lenoir, NC, 28645. Burial will take place at a later date at the National Cemetery in Chattanooga.Online condolences may be left at www.pendrysfuneralhome.com.

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Florida plane crash killed Willmar-area businessman, partner - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Monday, January 16, 2017

Daryl Ingalsbe, 67, of Spicer, and his partner, Deb Osborn Solsrud, 51, of New London.The couple were traveling to Ingalsbe’s second home in Spruce Creek, Fla., located near Daytona Beach.Ingalsbe was president and CEO of Independent Technologies Inc., which is based in Blair, Neb., but has a facility in New London.According to its website, the company sells communication and diagnostic products for telecommunications, power utilities, cable TV, energy and information technology markets.The company issued a brief statement Thursday saying they had “suffered a tragic loss” when Ingalsbe died in the plane crash.“We offer our sincerest condolences and prayers to Daryl’s family, friends and his family of employees,” the statement said. “We also offer sincerest condolences and prayers to the family and friends of his very good friend, Deb Solsrud of New London, who also died in the crash.”Nephew Scott Ingalsbe said his uncle “cared a lot about his employees and his family” and that his employees “were all kind of like family.”Daryl Ingalsbe and his twin brother, Dave, grew up with “very little” but joined the Army together, studied electronics together and started the business together with several other partners, said Scott Ingalsbe, who is Dave’s son.Last year the team celebrated 30 years of being in business.“They were proud of that, and rightly so,” said Scott Ingalsbe, adding that his uncle remained “humble” despite his business succe...

Carol Solomon remembered for personal touch at Peoples Health, civic passion - NOLA.com

Monday, December 26, 2016

Solomon, who was born Carol Ann Thomas in New York City, started out in the savings and loan industry, working as an accountant before becoming a controller and, later, administrator of a hospital in Daytona Beach, Fla., until it was sold.She did consulting for hospitals in south Florida before being named vice president of operations for CAC-Ramsay, which was the second-largest HMO in the state. It was sold to United Healthcare.In Louisiana, Ms. Solomon was chief executive officer of MedFirst Health Plans, and she directed the development of a pilot managed-care program at LSU Medical Center (now LSU Health Sciences Center).In 2004 and 2006, she was named one of New Orleans CityBusiness' Women of the Year, and she received the top honor in 2008. In 2010, to mark the magazine's 30th anniversary, Ms. Solomon was named one of its 30 Driving Forces honorees.Survivors include her daughter, Michelle Solomon Long of New Orleans; a brother, Joseph Thomas of Miami; a sister, Diana Embi of Miami; and a grandchild.Funeral arrangements, which are being handled by Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, are incomplete.

Seabreeze High memorial preserves legacy of lost Army Ranger - Daytona Beach News-Journal

Monday, December 26, 2016

Erica Breunlin @EricaBreunlinThe first time Sgt. 1st Class Nakischa Adams saw her older brother in uniform, both were well over 7,000 miles from the Daytona Beach neighborhoods they’d called home.“Neither one of us knew we were in the same area in Afghanistan,” said Adams, explaining how the siblings bumped into each other during her second deployment with the Army and one of her brother’s covert missions as an Army Ranger.In that fateful moment in 2002, Adams recalls how proud her brother, Staff Sgt. Anthony Davis, was to stand before her in uniform and guide her around his compound, showing her some of the perks he enjoyed as a Ranger, like steak and lobster dinners.“It was a relief in a sense, too,” Adams said of their unexpected reunion. Their family constantly worried about Davis, who often couldn’t be very vocal about the location or specifics of his military assignments.The last time Adams saw her brother in uniform — in January 2009 — Davis’ dusty green camouflage had been pierced by a single bullet that ultimately took the 29-year-old’s life in northern Iraq.“My brother was able to do what most Americans won’t raise their...

John Donald Mault

Monday, November 14, 2016

Catholic Church, Sellersville. An avid Revolutionary War re-enactor, Don also collected historical memorabilia. Along with his wife, he had enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson, traveling to rallies in Daytona Beach, Florida; Laconia, New Hampshire; and Sturgis, South Dakota. Additionally, Don enjoyed bird watching and gardening. He also carved duck decoys and collected die cast cars.Don’s courage and strength in his battle with cancer were an inspiration to all who knew him. His caring, love, and generosity will live on forever in those who cherish his memory.In addition to his wife, Mr. Mault is survived by his three sons, Colin Mault and his wife, Cathie, of Berwyn; Brennan Mault, of Doylestown; and Kevin Mault, of Holland; six grandchildren, Quinn, Nola, Audrey, and Desmond Mault; Jesse Owens; and August Moyer; two brothers, Robert Mault and his girlfriend, Virginia “Jeanie” Craig, San Francisco, CA; and Douglas Mault and his wife, Jacqueline, of Portland, OR; and a step-daughter, Kristin Moyer, of Quakertown.His Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, November 14, in St. Agnes Catholic Church, 445 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until time of Mass.Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Mr. Mault’s name may be made to Fox Chase-Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Office of Institutional Advancement, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 or online at www.foxchase.org.

Matthew's punch still delivers pain to North Carolina where 10 died in storm - Richmond.com

Monday, October 10, 2016

Raleigh, North Carolina. Associated Press writers Jonathan Drew in Raleigh; Jeffrey Collins and Jack Jones in Columbia, South Carolina; Russ Bynum in Savannah, Georgia; and Terrance Harris in Daytona Beach, Florida; contributed to this report.© 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Russell, Jacques F. "Jack" - The Chattanoogan

Monday, July 04, 2016

Helen M. Steinhardt Russell.Jack is survived by his sweet heart and beloved wife of 12 years, Mary Jane Whippler Russell of Lenoir, NC,his daughters Jacqueline J. ‘Jacquee’ Russell of Daytona Beach, FL; Robyn Russell (Frank) Mattia of Chattanooga, TN; daughters & son by marriage, Jayne (Dale) Dietzman of North Lauderdale, FL; Elizabeth ‘Beth’ (Greg) Carter of Lenoir, NC; Ellen Wolfe Gonter of Ormond Beach, FL; and Bruce Wolfe of Ormond Beach, FL. Grandchildren include Ginger Price (Dan) Monteleone of FL; Richard (Mia) Price of GA; Daniel (Grissel) Price of FL; Ralph Dietzman of FL; Janell Carter (Jared) Edwards of NC; Jason (Kris) Carterof IL; Michael(Stephanie) Gonter of FL; Chelsey (Richard) Lancaster of Nashville, TN; and Alex Mattiao Chattanooga, with 14 great-grandchildren.A memorial service will be held Tuesday, in the chapel of Pendry’s Lenoir Funeral Home at 6:30 pm, 522 Wilkesboro Blvd SE, Lenoir, NC, 28645. Burial will take place at a later date at the National Cemetery in Chattanooga.Online condolences may be left at www.pendrysfuneralhome.com.