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Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens

200 West Copans Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
(954) 523-6700
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Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Funeral Homes

200 West Copans Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
(954) 784-4000
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Freeman's Funeral Home

738 Northwest 3rd Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
(954) 946-5525
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William Griffin Obituary - The Local Ne.ws

Monday, February 06, 2017

He then managed quality control as a QA Engineer Supervisor at the Foxboro Company until his retirement.Mr. Griffin greatly enjoyed the outdoors, gardening at his home in Plymouth, wintering in Pompano Beach, Florida, and traveling to Hawaii.He was devoted to his family as a husband, father, and “Papa,” and spent the majority of his time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.Mr. Griffin is survived by his wife, Carole, of Plymouth, and their three children: Kimberly Griffin-Bosworth and her husband, Sean Bosworth, of Quincy; William F. Griffin, Jr. and his wife, Kathy Aparo-Griffin, of Deland, Florida; and Steven Griffin and his wife, Raquel Griffin, of Franklin; four grandchildren: William F. Griffin III and Isabella Griffin, both of Deland, Florida; and Ella Griffin and Samuel Griffin, both of Franklin.Mr. Griffin is also survived by his two brothers, Thomas J. Griffin of Norwell and Robert Griffin of Arizona; his two sisters, Linda Ireland and Elaine Gianakakis, both of Ipswich; as well as several nieces and nephews.Visiting hours will be on Monday, February 6, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Morris Funeral Home, 45 North Main Street, Ipswich.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited.A funeral service will be held in the funeral home on Monday at 2 p.m.Burial with military honors will follow in the New Highland Cemetery, 29 Town Farm Road, Ipswich.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Mr. Griffin’s name to either: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN, 38105, or to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 51 Blos...

Frank Muccio

Monday, September 05, 2016

Frank Muccio, 78 of Pompano Beach Fla. and formerly of Wall, passed away on Monday, August 22, 2016 in Pompano Beach. Born in Keyport, he was a long time resident of Wall and spent his winters in Pompano Beach, where he retired to 10 years ago. Frank served our Country honorably in the U.S. Army attaining the rank of Specialist 4. Upon his discharge he started his own construction company, Muccio Inc., which he ran from 1969 to 2004. He was a Past Grant Knight in the Knights of Columbus, St. Catherine of Siena, Council 10005 in Farmingdale. He was predeceased in death by his brother Stephen Muccio Jr. of West Long Branch. Surviving are his wife Rose; his daughter, Amelia of Pompano Beach; his sisters; Jennie Cerbone of Yonkers, Rose White of Long Branch, and Natalie Gerbig of Eatontown.Visitation will be held on Friday, Aug. 26 from 4-7 pm at the Damiano Funeral Home, 191 Franklin Ave., (corner of Third Ave.) in Long Branch. A committal service will be held on Saturday, 11:30 am at Woodbine Mausoleum, 117...

Miami law reporter Julie Kay dies at 54 - Miami Herald

Monday, August 15, 2016

Florida Bar last year. She didn’t tell anyone about the treatment because she was afraid she wouldn’t be allowed to go.Kay, 54, died Sunday in Pompano Beach after a 10-year battle with ovarian cancer that included multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and a four-month clinical trial in Houston.Kay was ferociously private about her health issues to the end, and friends said she saw it as a victory that so many people didn’t know she was so ill.“She never complained about her illness and despised pity,” said Sallie James, Kay’s friend for more than 30 years. “She was a warrior with the kind of courage that is seldom seen anywhere. Julie loved being a reporter more than anything and always focused her energy on her work instead of her health.”For Kay, journalism was a kind of medicine for the soul. She reveled in finding “juicy” story ideas as business of law reporter at the Daily Business Review for more than six years. Her life revolved around reporting, her friends, and her nieces and nephews.“Julie’s passing marks the end of an era in legal reporting in Miami,” said Andrew Smulian, chairman and CEO of Akerman, Florida’s largest law firm. “For years her stories shaped the way we think about South Florida’s legal market and helped focus attention on important issues impacting our profession. Those who worked with Julie knew her as a passionate and dedicated reporter, with ...

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William Griffin Obituary - The Local Ne.ws

Monday, February 06, 2017

He then managed quality control as a QA Engineer Supervisor at the Foxboro Company until his retirement.Mr. Griffin greatly enjoyed the outdoors, gardening at his home in Plymouth, wintering in Pompano Beach, Florida, and traveling to Hawaii.He was devoted to his family as a husband, father, and “Papa,” and spent the majority of his time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.Mr. Griffin is survived by his wife, Carole, of Plymouth, and their three children: Kimberly Griffin-Bosworth and her husband, Sean Bosworth, of Quincy; William F. Griffin, Jr. and his wife, Kathy Aparo-Griffin, of Deland, Florida; and Steven Griffin and his wife, Raquel Griffin, of Franklin; four grandchildren: William F. Griffin III and Isabella Griffin, both of Deland, Florida; and Ella Griffin and Samuel Griffin, both of Franklin.Mr. Griffin is also survived by his two brothers, Thomas J. Griffin of Norwell and Robert Griffin of Arizona; his two sisters, Linda Ireland and Elaine Gianakakis, both of Ipswich; as well as several nieces and nephews.Visiting hours will be on Monday, February 6, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Morris Funeral Home, 45 North Main Street, Ipswich.Relatives and friends are respectfully invited.A funeral service will be held in the funeral home on Monday at 2 p.m.Burial with military honors will follow in the New Highland Cemetery, 29 Town Farm Road, Ipswich.In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Mr. Griffin’s name to either: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN, 38105, or to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 51 Blos...

Frank Muccio

Monday, September 05, 2016

Frank Muccio, 78 of Pompano Beach Fla. and formerly of Wall, passed away on Monday, August 22, 2016 in Pompano Beach. Born in Keyport, he was a long time resident of Wall and spent his winters in Pompano Beach, where he retired to 10 years ago. Frank served our Country honorably in the U.S. Army attaining the rank of Specialist 4. Upon his discharge he started his own construction company, Muccio Inc., which he ran from 1969 to 2004. He was a Past Grant Knight in the Knights of Columbus, St. Catherine of Siena, Council 10005 in Farmingdale. He was predeceased in death by his brother Stephen Muccio Jr. of West Long Branch. Surviving are his wife Rose; his daughter, Amelia of Pompano Beach; his sisters; Jennie Cerbone of Yonkers, Rose White of Long Branch, and Natalie Gerbig of Eatontown.Visitation will be held on Friday, Aug. 26 from 4-7 pm at the Damiano Funeral Home, 191 Franklin Ave., (corner of Third Ave.) in Long Branch. A committal service will be held on Saturday, 11:30 am at Woodbine Mausoleum, 117...

Miami law reporter Julie Kay dies at 54 - Miami Herald

Monday, August 15, 2016

Florida Bar last year. She didn’t tell anyone about the treatment because she was afraid she wouldn’t be allowed to go.Kay, 54, died Sunday in Pompano Beach after a 10-year battle with ovarian cancer that included multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and a four-month clinical trial in Houston.Kay was ferociously private about her health issues to the end, and friends said she saw it as a victory that so many people didn’t know she was so ill.“She never complained about her illness and despised pity,” said Sallie James, Kay’s friend for more than 30 years. “She was a warrior with the kind of courage that is seldom seen anywhere. Julie loved being a reporter more than anything and always focused her energy on her work instead of her health.”For Kay, journalism was a kind of medicine for the soul. She reveled in finding “juicy” story ideas as business of law reporter at the Daily Business Review for more than six years. Her life revolved around reporting, her friends, and her nieces and nephews.“Julie’s passing marks the end of an era in legal reporting in Miami,” said Andrew Smulian, chairman and CEO of Akerman, Florida’s largest law firm. “For years her stories shaped the way we think about South Florida’s legal market and helped focus attention on important issues impacting our profession. Those who worked with Julie knew her as a passionate and dedicated reporter, with ...