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Boyd's Family Funeral Home

1600 North University Drive
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
(954) 983-6400
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Memorial Hospital West

703 Flamingo Rd
Pembroke Pines, FL 33028
(954) 436-5000
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Ruth Cummings

Monday, June 26, 2017

Dolly was preceded in death by five brothers and sisters, Velma Swank, Ray Randolph John Randolph, Billy Randolph and Crystean Reed.Dolly is survived by a son William Eugene Wells and wife, Linda, of Pembroke Pines, Florida, two grandchildren, Doug Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Debbie Stoneham and husband Pat of Franktown, Colorado, five great-grandchildren, Johnny Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Billy Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Ray Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Meaghan Schultz and husband Mark of Westminster, Colorado, and Sean Stoneham and wife Chelsey of Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. Dolly is also survived by two great great-grandchildren, Mackenzie Schultz and McKayla Schultz.Funeral services for Dolly will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday June 23, 2017 at the Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home in Grove, Oklahoma. Rev. Larry Moore will officiate. A visitation for family and friends will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday June 22, 2017 at the Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Dolly’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association. Notes of encouragement for the family may be left on line at www.honoringmemories.com Services are under the direction of Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Grove, Oklahoma.

South Florida's own 'Dr. Spock,' pediatrician Dr. Nancy Fawcett, dies at 85 - Miami Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

She could also be called a contemporary Dr. Spock — someone who cared for and cared about children for a lifetime. Fawcett, a mother of two, died on Sept. 16 at her home in Pembroke Pines at 85.One of her 7,000 students, pediatrician Dr. Walter Lambert, now medical director of the UM Child Protection Team, has been called a “defender of the innocents” for his work as an advocate for abused and neglected children.Read an obituary on UM pediatrician Dr. Lee WorleyFawcett, Lambert says, is the reason he and so many others have been able to care for children statewide.“The day I die, if I know one-tenth of what she knows I will be a really learned person,” he said. “There is no doubt the kind of pediatrician I’ve become is a direct result of her. She was a person who was very comfortable with hospitalized patients but equally comfortable with taking care of healthy children. And that combination is relatively rare today.”Pioneer, legend and pediatrician extraordinaire.University of Miami Miller School of Medicine colleagues on Dr. Nancy FawcettAmong her career highlights, Fawcett helped establish a poison control center at Jackson after becoming an attending physician in 1961. She was medical director for the pediatric Comprehensive Health Care Program at Jackson/UM from 1980 until her retirement in 2012. A past president of the Greater Miami Pediatric Society. An authority on rashes. She was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society for exemplifying “the highest ideals and standards in the profession of medicine.”Yes, Fawcett, born Feb. 13, 1931, to tobacc...

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Ruth Cummings

Monday, June 26, 2017

Dolly was preceded in death by five brothers and sisters, Velma Swank, Ray Randolph John Randolph, Billy Randolph and Crystean Reed.Dolly is survived by a son William Eugene Wells and wife, Linda, of Pembroke Pines, Florida, two grandchildren, Doug Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Debbie Stoneham and husband Pat of Franktown, Colorado, five great-grandchildren, Johnny Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Billy Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Ray Wells of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Meaghan Schultz and husband Mark of Westminster, Colorado, and Sean Stoneham and wife Chelsey of Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. Dolly is also survived by two great great-grandchildren, Mackenzie Schultz and McKayla Schultz.Funeral services for Dolly will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday June 23, 2017 at the Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home in Grove, Oklahoma. Rev. Larry Moore will officiate. A visitation for family and friends will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday June 22, 2017 at the Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Dolly’s name to the Alzheimer’s Association. Notes of encouragement for the family may be left on line at www.honoringmemories.com Services are under the direction of Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Grove, Oklahoma.

South Florida's own 'Dr. Spock,' pediatrician Dr. Nancy Fawcett, dies at 85 - Miami Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

She could also be called a contemporary Dr. Spock — someone who cared for and cared about children for a lifetime. Fawcett, a mother of two, died on Sept. 16 at her home in Pembroke Pines at 85.One of her 7,000 students, pediatrician Dr. Walter Lambert, now medical director of the UM Child Protection Team, has been called a “defender of the innocents” for his work as an advocate for abused and neglected children.Read an obituary on UM pediatrician Dr. Lee WorleyFawcett, Lambert says, is the reason he and so many others have been able to care for children statewide.“The day I die, if I know one-tenth of what she knows I will be a really learned person,” he said. “There is no doubt the kind of pediatrician I’ve become is a direct result of her. She was a person who was very comfortable with hospitalized patients but equally comfortable with taking care of healthy children. And that combination is relatively rare today.”Pioneer, legend and pediatrician extraordinaire.University of Miami Miller School of Medicine colleagues on Dr. Nancy FawcettAmong her career highlights, Fawcett helped establish a poison control center at Jackson after becoming an attending physician in 1961. She was medical director for the pediatric Comprehensive Health Care Program at Jackson/UM from 1980 until her retirement in 2012. A past president of the Greater Miami Pediatric Society. An authority on rashes. She was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society for exemplifying “the highest ideals and standards in the profession of medicine.”Yes, Fawcett, born Feb. 13, 1931, to tobacc...