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Forethought Funeral Planning Haisley Hobbs

3015 Okeechobee Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34947
(772) 461-5211
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FT Pierce Crematorium

1101 South US Highway 1
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
(772) 461-7000
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Haisley Funeral and Cremation Service Hobbs

3015 Okeechobee Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34947
(772) 461-5211
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White City Cemetery and Mausoleum

3800 Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Pierce, FL 34982
(772) 465-0710
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Recent Deaths - Worcester Telegram

Monday, September 26, 2016

Funeral service 11am Friday, April 1, 2016. St. Patrick's Church, 1 Cross St.. Died Monday, March 28, 2016. Funeral Home: Jackman Funeral Home 12 Spring St., WhitinsvilleOUT OF STATEFORT PIERCE., FL Swanski, Thomas 77. No Calling Date. Funeral service 10am Thursday, March 31, 2016. St. Christopher Parish, 950 West Boylston St., Worcester., MA. Died Thursday, March 10, 2016.LEESBURG, FL Cianciolo, Judith 72. No Calling Date. Funeral service 10:30 a.m Thursday, April 7, 2016. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Worcester, MA. Died Monday, March 7, 2016.PROVIDENCE, RI Wheeler, Mildred 62. Calling hours 5-7pm Thursday, March 31, 2016. at the Funeral Home. Funeral service TBA Friday, April 1, 2016. . Died Friday, March 25, 2016. Funeral Home: Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel 370 Plantation Street, Worcester...

Mississippi woman killed in turnpike crash 'took care of everybody' - Palm Beach Post

Monday, September 05, 2016

Friday morning. A Mississippi woman died following the three-vehicle wreck near Jupiter. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)The sole person in the maintenance truck, Jacob Sokol, 29, of Fort Pierce was treated at Jupiter Medical Center for minor injuries, and the driver of the 18-wheeler, Luis Antonio Diaz, 44, of West Palm Beach, was unhurt, Saturday’s update said.Verrett was a nurse and was a health coordinator at the Gulf Coast Community Action Agency, a private nonprofit with nearly 300 employees that administers social-service programs in southeastern Mississippi.But at an age that some people start to slow down, Keeley Verrett said, her mother-in-law also began dabbling in community theater.First it was with her congregation, St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church in Bay St. Louis, Miss. She later did some commercials. And in 2014, she got a role as “Old Sandra” in the film “Could This Be Love.”“It was a small role, but she did great in it,” Keeley Verrett said.Keeley, who is married to Judith’s son Troy, was on her way Saturday to West Palm Beach. She said no funeral arrangements had yet been set.“She was an extremely dedicated mother, grandmother, and friend,” Keeley said.“She’s just one of those people that took care of everybody. Anything anybody needed, she did it. I don’t think any of us know what we’re going to do without that lady.”...

FP Central player who lost father shows loyalty to team - TCPalm

Monday, August 01, 2016

By Jon Santucci of TCPalmUpdated: 4:03 p.m. 0 FORT PIERCE — The first day of fall football practice typically is marked by excitement and anticipation for high school athletes.For Fort Pierce Central junior linebacker Denroy Reid Jr., Monday morning's practice provided a brief diversion from the grieving process.Reid's father, Denroy Reid Sr., passed away on July 24 after a three-year battle with brain and heart issues. Reid Sr. was laid to rest Saturday."I come here to not think about it," Reid Jr. said. "I'm excited just to know that he's watching."I really am excited, but I'm just trying to dedicate this to him. I'm striving and now he can watch me. Every time I came home, he just wanted to know how I was doing. I'm striving for him now."Central coach Matt Helmerich praised Reid Jr.'s loyalty to the team and hoped practice would be a "good distraction.""He literally called me 20 minutes after his father passed and apologized for possibly missing practice and asked me to apologize to his teammates," Helmerich said. "That says a...

Funerals, fear and uncertainty loom as Orlando grieves - WKRN.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations said that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Mateen. Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home.Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes. FBI spokeswoman Carol Cratty declined to comment on an ongoing investigation.Around Orlando people prayed on the street and left balloons, flowers, pictures and posters have been left to honor the victims.Dozens of people waited two-to-three hours at Realm Tattoos to get one of the recently drawn “One Pulse” tattoos etched into their skin. The tattoos are free, but people are encouraged to leave a donation for the victims, which will be distributed by Southern Nights, another Orlando nightclub.Jonathan Betancourt, 36, the shop’s owner, said he was surprised at how fast the community came together in such a short time.“We love to tattoo. This is what we live for. Come in, show your love,” Betancourt said. “You always got to pay it forward. This is my way to pay it forward.”The Orlando Sentinel (http://bit.ly/1UCTsEP) reports that aspiring firefighter Cory James Connell who was among those killed in Pulse was named an honorary one during a service Saturday to honor his life.Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs made the proclamation that officially made 21-year-old Connell, a regular at the Orange County Fire Rescue, a firefighter.Still, for Jeannette McCoy, who also made it out alive on Sunday, the love and support can only do so much to help. It’s a temporary balm, she said, and she worried that while life may return to normal for some people after the world’s attention moves on, it won’t for Orlando’s LGBT community.“All of this has been so traumatizing,” she said. “The way that our community has been impacted, it’s just so unfortunate. We have so many wonderful lives that have been lost. When we look at all these crosses, and all these faces, all these stories, it hurts. It hurts so much.”Family members of those killed say the grief and anger they’re feeling is just beginning. They’ve been too numb this week to really feel much of anything since Sunday’s massacre.And they say it’s been especially tough for them to see constant images of Mateen’s face on television.“I’m still in a state of shock so the anger and hatred for Chris’ killer has not fully kicked in,” said Mark Bando, Leinonen’s father, who is a retired Detroit police officer. “Those of us who have to go on living our lives without Christopher can surely feel sorry for ourselves but the real tragedy is Christopher’s future has been taken from him.___Associated Press reporter Joe Reedy contributed to this story from Tallahassee, Florida.Click here for c...

Orlando grieves as it confronts fear and funerals - NOLA.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations said that the FBI interviewed a man who worshiped at the same mosque as Mateen. Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home.Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes. FBI spokeswoman Carol Cratty declined to comment on an ongoing investigation.Around Orlando people prayed on the street and left balloons, flowers, pictures and posters have been left to honor the victims.Dozens of people waited two-to-three hours at Realm Tattoos to get one of the recently drawn "One Pulse" tattoos etched into their skin. The tattoos are free, but people are encouraged to leave a donation for the victims, which will be distributed by Southern Nights, another Orlando nightclub.Jonathan Betancourt, 36, the shop's owner, said he was surprised at how fast the community came together in such a short time."We love to tattoo. This is what we live for. Come in, show your love," Betancourt said. "You always got to pay it forward. This is my way to pay it forward."Still, for Jeannette McCoy, who also made it out alive on Sunday, the love and support can only do so much to help. It's a temporary balm, she said, and she worried that while life may return to normal for some people after the world's attention moves on, it won't for Orlando's LGBT community."All of this has been so traumatizing," she said. "The way that our community has been impacted, it's just so unfortunate. We have so many wonderful lives that have been lost. When we look at all these crosses, and all these faces, all these stories, it hurts. It hurts so much."Family members of those killed say the grief and anger they're feeling is just beginning. They've been too numb this week to really feel much of anything since Sunday's massacre.And they say it's been especially tough for them to see constant images of Mateen's face on television."I'm still in a state of shock so the anger and hatred for Chris' killer has not fully kicked in," said Mark Bando, Leinonen's father, who is a retired Detroit police officer. "Those of us who have to go on living our lives without Christopher can surely feel sorry for ourselves but the real tragedy is Christopher's future has been taken from him.

The Latest: Carpenter Makes Crosses for Pulse Victims - ABC News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations says that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Omar Mateen.Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home. Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes.Saleh said the council suggested that the FBI conduct interviews at the mosque for two reasons — to show that the sense of loss for the 49 who died in the Pulse Nightclub shooting is not unique to the non-Muslim community and to show that the mosque has an open door policy.Saleh added that he expects more people will be interviewed at the mosque.———12:35 p.m.The pews were full at Cathedral Church of St. Luke in downtown Orlando for the funeral of Pulse nightclub shooting victim Christopher Andrew Leinonen.The 32-year-old Leinonen was with his friends when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire, killing 49 club-goers and wounding 53 others.Brandon Wolf was with Leinonen and shooting victim Juan Ramon Guerrero. The 27-year-old Wolf managed to make it out alive.He says Leinonen changed his life, and eased his pain when he was hurting."He laughed at my worst jokes and he never missed an opportunity to remind me just how much he loved me."He called Leinonen " the fun, he was our social glue, he was also the one who loves us the most, he is the one who taught me that no matter who I am or what I do I am perfect in my own way."———Felipe Marrero wakes u...

The Latest: Orlando Soccer Team Remembers Shooting Victims - ABC News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations says that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Omar Mateen.Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home. Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes.Saleh said the council suggested that the FBI conduct interviews at the mosque for two reasons — to show that the sense of loss for the 49 who died in the Pulse Nightclub shooting is not unique to the non-Muslim community and to show that the mosque has an open door policy.Saleh added that he expects more people will be interviewed at the mosque.———12:35 p.m.The pews were full at Cathedral Church of St. Luke in downtown Orlando for the funeral of Pulse nightclub shooting victim Christopher Andrew Leinonen.The 32-year-old Leinonen was with his friends when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire, killing 49 club-goers and wounding 53 others.Brandon Wolf was with Leinonen and shooting victim Juan Ramon Guerrero. The 27-year-old Wolf managed to make it out alive.He says Leinonen changed his life, and eased his pain when he was hurting."He laughed at my worst jokes and he never missed an opportunity to remind me just how much he loved me."He called Leinonen " the fun, he was our social glue, he was also the one who loves us the most, he is the one who taught me that no matter who I am or what I do I am perfect in my own way."———Felipe Marrero wakes up in his hospital bed in the middle of the night and thinks he smells gunpowder.That's just one of the problems he's suffered after being shot four times in the back and arm during the Sunday shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando that left 49 victims dead. Gunman Omar Mateen was killed in a firefight with police.Marrero says he dropped to the floor of the club when Mateen started shooting and played dead while bodies surrounded him.He says the shots stopped after about an hour, as though Mateen were reloading. Then he was hit in his lower back and left arm, which was shattered.Marrero says he's starting to heal but knows he has a long road.———This story corrects 'Mateen' to 'Saleh' in last sentence of first entry———This story corrects spelling of "Terry" to "Terri" in second entry...

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Recent Deaths - Worcester Telegram

Monday, September 26, 2016

Funeral service 11am Friday, April 1, 2016. St. Patrick's Church, 1 Cross St.. Died Monday, March 28, 2016. Funeral Home: Jackman Funeral Home 12 Spring St., WhitinsvilleOUT OF STATEFORT PIERCE., FL Swanski, Thomas 77. No Calling Date. Funeral service 10am Thursday, March 31, 2016. St. Christopher Parish, 950 West Boylston St., Worcester., MA. Died Thursday, March 10, 2016.LEESBURG, FL Cianciolo, Judith 72. No Calling Date. Funeral service 10:30 a.m Thursday, April 7, 2016. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Worcester, MA. Died Monday, March 7, 2016.PROVIDENCE, RI Wheeler, Mildred 62. Calling hours 5-7pm Thursday, March 31, 2016. at the Funeral Home. Funeral service TBA Friday, April 1, 2016. . Died Friday, March 25, 2016. Funeral Home: Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel 370 Plantation Street, Worcester...

Mississippi woman killed in turnpike crash 'took care of everybody' - Palm Beach Post

Monday, September 05, 2016

Friday morning. A Mississippi woman died following the three-vehicle wreck near Jupiter. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)The sole person in the maintenance truck, Jacob Sokol, 29, of Fort Pierce was treated at Jupiter Medical Center for minor injuries, and the driver of the 18-wheeler, Luis Antonio Diaz, 44, of West Palm Beach, was unhurt, Saturday’s update said.Verrett was a nurse and was a health coordinator at the Gulf Coast Community Action Agency, a private nonprofit with nearly 300 employees that administers social-service programs in southeastern Mississippi.But at an age that some people start to slow down, Keeley Verrett said, her mother-in-law also began dabbling in community theater.First it was with her congregation, St. Rose de Lima Catholic Church in Bay St. Louis, Miss. She later did some commercials. And in 2014, she got a role as “Old Sandra” in the film “Could This Be Love.”“It was a small role, but she did great in it,” Keeley Verrett said.Keeley, who is married to Judith’s son Troy, was on her way Saturday to West Palm Beach. She said no funeral arrangements had yet been set.“She was an extremely dedicated mother, grandmother, and friend,” Keeley said.“She’s just one of those people that took care of everybody. Anything anybody needed, she did it. I don’t think any of us know what we’re going to do without that lady.”...

FP Central player who lost father shows loyalty to team - TCPalm

Monday, August 01, 2016

By Jon Santucci of TCPalmUpdated: 4:03 p.m. 0 FORT PIERCE — The first day of fall football practice typically is marked by excitement and anticipation for high school athletes.For Fort Pierce Central junior linebacker Denroy Reid Jr., Monday morning's practice provided a brief diversion from the grieving process.Reid's father, Denroy Reid Sr., passed away on July 24 after a three-year battle with brain and heart issues. Reid Sr. was laid to rest Saturday."I come here to not think about it," Reid Jr. said. "I'm excited just to know that he's watching."I really am excited, but I'm just trying to dedicate this to him. I'm striving and now he can watch me. Every time I came home, he just wanted to know how I was doing. I'm striving for him now."Central coach Matt Helmerich praised Reid Jr.'s loyalty to the team and hoped practice would be a "good distraction.""He literally called me 20 minutes after his father passed and apologized for possibly missing practice and asked me to apologize to his teammates," Helmerich said. "That says a...

Funerals, fear and uncertainty loom as Orlando grieves - WKRN.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations said that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Mateen. Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home.Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes. FBI spokeswoman Carol Cratty declined to comment on an ongoing investigation.Around Orlando people prayed on the street and left balloons, flowers, pictures and posters have been left to honor the victims.Dozens of people waited two-to-three hours at Realm Tattoos to get one of the recently drawn “One Pulse” tattoos etched into their skin. The tattoos are free, but people are encouraged to leave a donation for the victims, which will be distributed by Southern Nights, another Orlando nightclub.Jonathan Betancourt, 36, the shop’s owner, said he was surprised at how fast the community came together in such a short time.“We love to tattoo. This is what we live for. Come in, show your love,” Betancourt said. “You always got to pay it forward. This is my way to pay it forward.”The Orlando Sentinel (http://bit.ly/1UCTsEP) reports that aspiring firefighter Cory James Connell who was among those killed in Pulse was named an honorary one during a service Saturday to honor his life.Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs made the proclamation that officially made 21-year-old Connell, a regular at the Orange County Fire Rescue, a firefighter.Still, for Jeannette McCoy, who also made it out alive on Sunday, the love and support can only do so much to help. It’s a temporary balm, she said, and she worried that while life may return to normal for some people after the world’s attention moves on, it won’t for Orlando’s LGBT community.“All of this has been so traumatizing,” she said. “The way that our community has been impacted, it’s just so unfortunate. We have so many wonderful lives that have been lost. When we look at all these crosses, and all these faces, all these stories, it hurts. It hurts so much.”Family members of those killed say the grief and anger they’re feeling is just beginning. They’ve been too numb this week to really feel much of anything since Sunday’s massacre.And they say it’s been especially tough for them to see constant images of Mateen’s face on television.“I’m still in a state of shock so the anger and hatred for Chris’ killer has not fully kicked in,” said Mark Bando, Leinonen’s father, who is a retired Detroit police officer. “Those of us who have to go on living our lives without Christopher can surely feel sorry for ourselves but the real tragedy is Christopher’s future has been taken from him.___Associated Press reporter Joe Reedy contributed to this story from Tallahassee, Florida.Click here for c...

Orlando grieves as it confronts fear and funerals - NOLA.com

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations said that the FBI interviewed a man who worshiped at the same mosque as Mateen. Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home.Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes. FBI spokeswoman Carol Cratty declined to comment on an ongoing investigation.Around Orlando people prayed on the street and left balloons, flowers, pictures and posters have been left to honor the victims.Dozens of people waited two-to-three hours at Realm Tattoos to get one of the recently drawn "One Pulse" tattoos etched into their skin. The tattoos are free, but people are encouraged to leave a donation for the victims, which will be distributed by Southern Nights, another Orlando nightclub.Jonathan Betancourt, 36, the shop's owner, said he was surprised at how fast the community came together in such a short time."We love to tattoo. This is what we live for. Come in, show your love," Betancourt said. "You always got to pay it forward. This is my way to pay it forward."Still, for Jeannette McCoy, who also made it out alive on Sunday, the love and support can only do so much to help. It's a temporary balm, she said, and she worried that while life may return to normal for some people after the world's attention moves on, it won't for Orlando's LGBT community."All of this has been so traumatizing," she said. "The way that our community has been impacted, it's just so unfortunate. We have so many wonderful lives that have been lost. When we look at all these crosses, and all these faces, all these stories, it hurts. It hurts so much."Family members of those killed say the grief and anger they're feeling is just beginning. They've been too numb this week to really feel much of anything since Sunday's massacre.And they say it's been especially tough for them to see constant images of Mateen's face on television."I'm still in a state of shock so the anger and hatred for Chris' killer has not fully kicked in," said Mark Bando, Leinonen's father, who is a retired Detroit police officer. "Those of us who have to go on living our lives without Christopher can surely feel sorry for ourselves but the real tragedy is Christopher's future has been taken from him.

The Latest: Carpenter Makes Crosses for Pulse Victims - ABC News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations says that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Omar Mateen.Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home. Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes.Saleh said the council suggested that the FBI conduct interviews at the mosque for two reasons — to show that the sense of loss for the 49 who died in the Pulse Nightclub shooting is not unique to the non-Muslim community and to show that the mosque has an open door policy.Saleh added that he expects more people will be interviewed at the mosque.———12:35 p.m.The pews were full at Cathedral Church of St. Luke in downtown Orlando for the funeral of Pulse nightclub shooting victim Christopher Andrew Leinonen.The 32-year-old Leinonen was with his friends when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire, killing 49 club-goers and wounding 53 others.Brandon Wolf was with Leinonen and shooting victim Juan Ramon Guerrero. The 27-year-old Wolf managed to make it out alive.He says Leinonen changed his life, and eased his pain when he was hurting."He laughed at my worst jokes and he never missed an opportunity to remind me just how much he loved me."He called Leinonen " the fun, he was our social glue, he was also the one who loves us the most, he is the one who taught me that no matter who I am or what I do I am perfect in my own way."———Felipe Marrero wakes u...

The Latest: Orlando Soccer Team Remembers Shooting Victims - ABC News

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Council of American-Islamic Relations says that the FBI interviewed a man who worshipped at the same mosque as Omar Mateen.Omar Saleh said he sat in on the Friday interview at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the same mosque that Mateen attended near his home. Saleh said the interview lasted about 30 minutes.Saleh said the council suggested that the FBI conduct interviews at the mosque for two reasons — to show that the sense of loss for the 49 who died in the Pulse Nightclub shooting is not unique to the non-Muslim community and to show that the mosque has an open door policy.Saleh added that he expects more people will be interviewed at the mosque.———12:35 p.m.The pews were full at Cathedral Church of St. Luke in downtown Orlando for the funeral of Pulse nightclub shooting victim Christopher Andrew Leinonen.The 32-year-old Leinonen was with his friends when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire, killing 49 club-goers and wounding 53 others.Brandon Wolf was with Leinonen and shooting victim Juan Ramon Guerrero. The 27-year-old Wolf managed to make it out alive.He says Leinonen changed his life, and eased his pain when he was hurting."He laughed at my worst jokes and he never missed an opportunity to remind me just how much he loved me."He called Leinonen " the fun, he was our social glue, he was also the one who loves us the most, he is the one who taught me that no matter who I am or what I do I am perfect in my own way."———Felipe Marrero wakes up in his hospital bed in the middle of the night and thinks he smells gunpowder.That's just one of the problems he's suffered after being shot four times in the back and arm during the Sunday shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando that left 49 victims dead. Gunman Omar Mateen was killed in a firefight with police.Marrero says he dropped to the floor of the club when Mateen started shooting and played dead while bodies surrounded him.He says the shots stopped after about an hour, as though Mateen were reloading. Then he was hit in his lower back and left arm, which was shattered.Marrero says he's starting to heal but knows he has a long road.———This story corrects 'Mateen' to 'Saleh' in last sentence of first entry———This story corrects spelling of "Terry" to "Terri" in second entry...