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Aycock Funeral Homes and Crematory

1112 Military Trail
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 746-5124
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Aycock-Riverside Funeral Home

1112 Military Trail
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 746-5124
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Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home

250 Center Street
Jupiter, FL 33458
(561) 744-2030
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Evelyn Johnson, 95 - East Grand Forks Exponent

Monday, January 09, 2017

Evelyn was employed at the Kittson County Hospital for a year and a half prior to marrying Raymond W. Johnson in 1947, son of Mandie and Ida Johnson. Ray and Evelyn made their home on the farm in Jupiter Township until they moved into an apartment in Hallock in the fall of 1996. Bonnie Rae (Reuben) Gorden was born in 1949 and in 1960 Hope Ann (Dwight) Scoles was welcomed into the Johnson family. Ray and Evie had three grandchildren, Elizabeth (Paul) Valley (Elizabeth deceased), Heather (Edward) Moorse, and David Gorden. The great grandchildren include Alexander, Evan, Kody, McKenna and Mason Moorse. Family extended to all of her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. As the very last in the family of her generation, we will all miss her dearly. Evelyn was a member of the Lake Bronson Covenant Church, where she taught Sunday School for over fifty years. She also taught Bible School and was chair woman of Covenant Women for many years. She sang soprano in the church choir and often sang duets for special music and funerals throughout the area. In her later years, Evelyn became a member of the Lancaster Covenant Church. Evelyn was a faithful volunteer throughout the community her entire life. She enjoyed being a member of the Golden Age Singers. She never tired of entertaining friends and family with parties and loved to bake bread and Swedish treats like lefsa and hardtack. She maintained her tradition of coffee parties for as long as she lived independently, treating a varied group of friends to “a little lunch.” Evie was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Raymond, her parents, two infant sons, Loren...

Abilene death notices 12/15/2016 - ReporterNews.com

Monday, December 19, 2016

Photo: Jupiterimages, Getty Images)Eula ColmeneroBALLINGER — Eula Colmenero, 88, passed away Tuesday, December 13, 2016. A memorial service will be held at a later date.Barbara DragooANSON — Barbara Dragoo, 71, passed away Tuesday, December 13, 2016. Memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 17, 2016, at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, directed by Adams-Graham Funeral Home.Hilda GonzalesABILENE — Hilda Gonzales, 82, passed away Sunday, December 11, 2016. Arrangements are with Girdner Funeral Home of Abilene.Anna T. JeffcoatHASKELL — Anna T. Jeffcoat, 91, passed away Monday, December 12, 2016. Service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 17, 2016, at Paint Creek Baptist Church. Burial to follow in the Howard Cemetery, directed by Smith Family Funeral Homes of Haskell. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday, December 16, 2016, at the funeral home.Clara Louella NelsonABILENE — Clara Louella Nelson, 58, passed away Monday, December 12, 2016. Arrangements for cremation are with Abi...

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

Monday, September 05, 2016

Florida Turnpike after it struck a turnpike maintenance vehicle parked on the side of the road Friday morning. A Mississippi woman died following the three-vehicle wreck near Jupiter. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)Rescue crews had to cut two trapped people out of the Tahoe, Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue said.Saturday’s Florida Highway Patrol summary said all five in the Tahoe were taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, where Judith Verrett was declared dead.The driver, husband Alexander E. Verrett, 70, is listed in critical condition. Keeley Verrett said Saturday evening that Judith’s daughter Robin Verrett Love, 46 is in stable condition and Robin’s husband Rogick Love, 38, and son Taylor Verrett, 12, suffered only minor injuries.A Chevy Tahoe sits upside down on the Florida Turnpike after it struck a turnpike maintenance vehicle parked on the side of the road 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.”...

Richard Wyman, philanthropist and executive at Hochschild Kohn, dies - Baltimore Sun

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Jean's West, a denim company, Fashion Conspiracy, a juniors' line, and United Sporting Goods.Mr. Wyman retired from Edison Brothers in 1988, returning to Baltimore and keeping a second home in Jupiter, Fla. He became a limited partner at First Manhattan Co., a boutique investment firm, in New York in 1989 and worked there until his death.Relatives said Mr. Wyman donated several million to charities around the region, including to the Associated Jewish Charities, Johns Hopkins Children's Center and KIPP Public Charter Schools. He also donated to his alma mater, the Park School, and a 44,000 square-foot arts wing at the school bears his name."I think he felt that he had been incredibly fortunate and it was incumbent upon him to do what he could to help others," said Jean Wyman, a daughter from Baltimore. "He was very interested in education policy and what could be done to improve the system for a majority of people who couldn't attend private schools."George Dover, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, said Mr. Wyman and his wife donated money to open a new nursery."He felt very strongly about children and knew that both their health and their education were essential," Dr. Dover said. "His wisdom and his advice, in addition to his philanthropy, I think will be significantly missed."Mr. Wyman was seen as the patriarch of his large and tight-knit family, relatives said. He became a second father to his three nieces and nephews, including Mr. Abrams, after their parents died at a young age.When they were children, Mr. Abrams said, he and his brother accidentally sparked a fire in the house and Mr. Wyman came home and saw what happened."I was crying," Mr. Abrams said. "My goldfish and my stuffed rabbit were on the second floor. He climbed the fireman's ladder and retrieved them for me."Relatives also spoke of the advice and financial support he would provide to his extended family."We would call Dick for any kind of help with any kind of financial stuff," Ms. Moser said. "Our family is top heavy with women and Dick was the man growing up."Mr. Wyman enjoyed reading, golf and tennis, and was a member of the Suburban Club in Pikesville and the Lotos Club of New York. He was an avid card player and enjoyed playing gin rummy and bridge with friends.A funeral was held Friday at Druid Ridge Cemetery, with a memorial service at the Park School.In addition to his daughter, Mr. Wyman is survived by his wife of 30 years, Judith Wertheimer Wyman; a son, Frank Wyman of Short Hills, N.J.; and five grandchildren. A marriage to Marjorie Weinstock ended in divorce after 25 years.cwells@baltsun.com...

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Evelyn Johnson, 95 - East Grand Forks Exponent

Monday, January 09, 2017

Evelyn was employed at the Kittson County Hospital for a year and a half prior to marrying Raymond W. Johnson in 1947, son of Mandie and Ida Johnson. Ray and Evelyn made their home on the farm in Jupiter Township until they moved into an apartment in Hallock in the fall of 1996. Bonnie Rae (Reuben) Gorden was born in 1949 and in 1960 Hope Ann (Dwight) Scoles was welcomed into the Johnson family. Ray and Evie had three grandchildren, Elizabeth (Paul) Valley (Elizabeth deceased), Heather (Edward) Moorse, and David Gorden. The great grandchildren include Alexander, Evan, Kody, McKenna and Mason Moorse. Family extended to all of her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. As the very last in the family of her generation, we will all miss her dearly. Evelyn was a member of the Lake Bronson Covenant Church, where she taught Sunday School for over fifty years. She also taught Bible School and was chair woman of Covenant Women for many years. She sang soprano in the church choir and often sang duets for special music and funerals throughout the area. In her later years, Evelyn became a member of the Lancaster Covenant Church. Evelyn was a faithful volunteer throughout the community her entire life. She enjoyed being a member of the Golden Age Singers. She never tired of entertaining friends and family with parties and loved to bake bread and Swedish treats like lefsa and hardtack. She maintained her tradition of coffee parties for as long as she lived independently, treating a varied group of friends to “a little lunch.” Evie was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Raymond, her parents, two infant sons, Loren...

Abilene death notices 12/15/2016 - ReporterNews.com

Monday, December 19, 2016

Photo: Jupiterimages, Getty Images)Eula ColmeneroBALLINGER — Eula Colmenero, 88, passed away Tuesday, December 13, 2016. A memorial service will be held at a later date.Barbara DragooANSON — Barbara Dragoo, 71, passed away Tuesday, December 13, 2016. Memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 17, 2016, at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, directed by Adams-Graham Funeral Home.Hilda GonzalesABILENE — Hilda Gonzales, 82, passed away Sunday, December 11, 2016. Arrangements are with Girdner Funeral Home of Abilene.Anna T. JeffcoatHASKELL — Anna T. Jeffcoat, 91, passed away Monday, December 12, 2016. Service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 17, 2016, at Paint Creek Baptist Church. Burial to follow in the Howard Cemetery, directed by Smith Family Funeral Homes of Haskell. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday, December 16, 2016, at the funeral home.Clara Louella NelsonABILENE — Clara Louella Nelson, 58, passed away Monday, December 12, 2016. Arrangements for cremation are with Abi...

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

Monday, September 05, 2016

Florida Turnpike after it struck a turnpike maintenance vehicle parked on the side of the road Friday morning. A Mississippi woman died following the three-vehicle wreck near Jupiter. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)Rescue crews had to cut two trapped people out of the Tahoe, Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue said.Saturday’s Florida Highway Patrol summary said all five in the Tahoe were taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, where Judith Verrett was declared dead.The driver, husband Alexander E. Verrett, 70, is listed in critical condition. Keeley Verrett said Saturday evening that Judith’s daughter Robin Verrett Love, 46 is in stable condition and Robin’s husband Rogick Love, 38, and son Taylor Verrett, 12, suffered only minor injuries.A Chevy Tahoe sits upside down on the Florida Turnpike after it struck a turnpike maintenance vehicle parked on the side of the road 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.”...

Richard Wyman, philanthropist and executive at Hochschild Kohn, dies - Baltimore Sun

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Jean's West, a denim company, Fashion Conspiracy, a juniors' line, and United Sporting Goods.Mr. Wyman retired from Edison Brothers in 1988, returning to Baltimore and keeping a second home in Jupiter, Fla. He became a limited partner at First Manhattan Co., a boutique investment firm, in New York in 1989 and worked there until his death.Relatives said Mr. Wyman donated several million to charities around the region, including to the Associated Jewish Charities, Johns Hopkins Children's Center and KIPP Public Charter Schools. He also donated to his alma mater, the Park School, and a 44,000 square-foot arts wing at the school bears his name."I think he felt that he had been incredibly fortunate and it was incumbent upon him to do what he could to help others," said Jean Wyman, a daughter from Baltimore. "He was very interested in education policy and what could be done to improve the system for a majority of people who couldn't attend private schools."George Dover, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, said Mr. Wyman and his wife donated money to open a new nursery."He felt very strongly about children and knew that both their health and their education were essential," Dr. Dover said. "His wisdom and his advice, in addition to his philanthropy, I think will be significantly missed."Mr. Wyman was seen as the patriarch of his large and tight-knit family, relatives said. He became a second father to his three nieces and nephews, including Mr. Abrams, after their parents died at a young age.When they were children, Mr. Abrams said, he and his brother accidentally sparked a fire in the house and Mr. Wyman came home and saw what happened."I was crying," Mr. Abrams said. "My goldfish and my stuffed rabbit were on the second floor. He climbed the fireman's ladder and retrieved them for me."Relatives also spoke of the advice and financial support he would provide to his extended family."We would call Dick for any kind of help with any kind of financial stuff," Ms. Moser said. "Our family is top heavy with women and Dick was the man growing up."Mr. Wyman enjoyed reading, golf and tennis, and was a member of the Suburban Club in Pikesville and the Lotos Club of New York. He was an avid card player and enjoyed playing gin rummy and bridge with friends.A funeral was held Friday at Druid Ridge Cemetery, with a memorial service at the Park School.In addition to his daughter, Mr. Wyman is survived by his wife of 30 years, Judith Wertheimer Wyman; a son, Frank Wyman of Short Hills, N.J.; and five grandchildren. A marriage to Marjorie Weinstock ended in divorce after 25 years.cwells@baltsun.com...