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Adams Edward B Funeral Director

553 Northlake Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33408
(561) 842-1555
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Babione Stephenson Funeral Home

1004 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 582-4124
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Coleman Funeral Home

1215 North Tamarind Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 833-1705
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Discount Casket Store North

5301 10th Avenue North
West Palm Beach, FL 33463
(561) 434-5655
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Dorsey E Earl Smith Memory Gardens

3041 Kirk Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33461
(561) 964-3772
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E Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home

1032 North Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 582-3341
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Edgley Crematory Inc

1638 Donna Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
(561) 640-9009
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Glenwood Memorial Cemetery

1233 West 6th Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33404
(561) 841-8419
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Dennis Mobrice

Monday, June 26, 2017

Tyler Mobrice of Cumberland, Rhode Island.; a great niece, Alicia Cohelo and her husband Tony of Attleboro, Ma. and their children, Landen and Logan, of the home; and one uncle, Bob Filippone of West Palm Beach, Florida.He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Paul R. Mobrice in 2016.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017.Funeral services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Daniel Hilty officiating. Graveside services and interment will be at Hawthorn Memorial Gardens.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the First United Methodist Church, 201 Monroe Street, Jefferson City, Mo. 65101 or the Jefferson City Animal Shelter, 2308 Hyde Park Road, Jefferson City, Mo. 65109. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.

Margaret E. Keeney Hann Main - The Star Democrat

Monday, June 19, 2017

Granny, Great-Granny and Great-Great-Granny, she is survived by daughters, Audrey L. McDaniel (Bobby) of Damascus, Md., Patricia A. Blacksten (Dick) of Denton, Md.; daughter-in-law, Jennifer Hann of West Palm Beach, Fla.; stepdaughter, Beverly Metcalf of Alaska; stepson, Caroll Main (Kathy) of Felton; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; sister, Nina U. Martin of Sykesville; and several nieces and nephews.She was predeceased by a son, Hayden M. Hann Jr. on Nov. 24, 2016; a great-grandson, Tristen Monroe; a great-great-granddaughter, Alaina Elizabeth; seven sisters; and three brothers.Through her illness, she had loving and devoted care from caregivers in her home, hospice and nursing home staff.The family will receive friends at Hartzler Funeral Home, 6 E. Broadway, Union Bridge, Md., from 1 to 3 p.m. on Monday, June 19, followed by a funeral service at 3 p.m. Pastor Fern Brittain, her pastor, will officiate.Interment will follow in Pipe Creek Cemetery, Union Bridge.A memorial service will be held on Sunday, June 25, noon, at Sandtown Church of the Nazarene, 448 Willowgrove Road, Felton.Memorial contributions may be made to Delaware Hospice, 911 S. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901.The family invites you to leave a message or memory on our “tribute wall” at www.hartzlerfuneralhome.com.

Woman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275 - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

I-275, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.Paige Nicole Murray, 23, of Orlando, died at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg where she was taken after the crash. Dolores Ann Ashland, 53, of West Palm Beach, the driver of one of the vehicles, received minor injuries but was not taken to a hospital.Troopers said the crash happened about 9:22 p.m. at mile marker 23 on northbound I-275 in Pinellas County. Troopers said Ms. Murray had been a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped at the side of the interstate. She was running west across the interstate when she was hit by the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that Ashland was driving and a 2009 Toyota Highlander that was driven by Tessia Donyale, 45, of Memphis, TN.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Pedestrian Dies Paige Nicole Murray Traffic Death Traffic Crash Tampa Bay News TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #PedestrianDies #PaigeNicoleMurray #TrafficDeath #TrafficCrash #TampaBayNews #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameWoman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275DescriptionShe had gotten out of a vehicle stopped by the side of the interstate, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...

John Walsh, co-founder COPD and Alpha-1 foundations, dies at 68 - Miami Herald

Monday, March 13, 2017

NIH study ended in 1995, the NIH developed a protein therapy. Walsh, born in Arlington, Massachusetts, had been living in Miami for two years for its climate. While attending a support group in West Palm Beach, he raised money to produce a CD that provided information on Alpha-1.He was determined to do more. That same year, Walsh and two fellow Alphas, as they called themselves, Susan Stanley and Sandy Linsey, created the Alpha-1 Foundation in Coconut Grove, followed by AlphaNet, a disease and health management company that provides services for people with the deficiency.The nonprofits quickly flourished with grants, matching funds, advocacy and influence, leading to research centers nationwide, including at Harvard, a gene therapy program for the lung and liver at University of Florida and University of California at San Diego, and an Alpha-1 registry at the Medical University at South Carolina. The nonprofits also have raised millions for research. “Our mission is to put ourselves out of business,” Walsh told the Miami Herald in 2005. “We want to cure Alpha-1.”Here was a man who was going to make big changes in the way the world thought about COPD and in my life as a patient. He was determined to draw attention to the disease, to erase the stigma of being diagnosed, to encourage patients to become active and to become involved in research.Karen Deitemeyer’s post on the COPD Foundation website.A year earlier, in 2004, Walsh had the same mission when he co-founded and became the first president of the COPD Foundation in Coconut Grove, with a second office in Washington. He followed with the COPD Advocacy program and the Congressional COPD Caucus to push for more funding for research and patient access. In 2014, Walsh, who lived in Coral Gables, was elected to the National Health Council’s board of directors.“John was a former Army Ranger. Though he was afraid of heights, he volunteered for Airborne School and became a paratrooper, because parachute jumping out of planes is a required skill for a ranger. That should tell you a lot about the strength of his character, will and commitment to mission,” said Marcia Ritchie, the Alpha-1 Foundation’s chief operating officer.“John had that astonishing power that people get when they have high energy and passion for something and a willingness to devote their life to it,” Campbell said. “He was starting from a tiny patient base. He had no power base. Started with little funding. But he built the core organization of the Alpha-1 world and then the core foundation of the COPD world. That’s an astonishing number of achievements in a little over 20 years.”Walsh is survived by his wife Diane, daughter Linda, granddaughter Lily, his brother Fred, and sisters Susan Ferro and Judy Walsh. The family plans a private celebration of life.

Marilynn Edwards Walkup - Journal Review

Monday, February 20, 2017

Edwards and companion, Cindy, Wallace, Gene (Mary) Walkup,  Lebanon, Tamara Sanders, Lebanon, Dawn Harms, Iowa, Terry Sahifie, California, Angie (Allan) Bolante, Brownsburg, and Steven Walkup II, West Palm Beach, Florida; 26 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.In addition to her parents, Marilynn was preceded in death by brother Robert Phillips Jr.Funeral services are planned for 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, at Myers Mortuary, 1502 N. Lebanon St., Lebanon. Visitation will be held from 3 p.m. until the time of service Thursday at the funeral home. Cremation has been entrusted to Boone County Crematory in Lebanon.Memorials may be made in her honor to the charity of the donor’s choice.Online condolences may be made at www.myersmortuary.com.

Deaths for Feb. 5, 2017 - News - Uticaod - Utica, NY - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, February 06, 2017

Giachetti, Jennie S., 94, of Salisbury and Mohawk, died February 3, 2017. Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., Little Falls.Guerino, Ralph Edward, Jr., 90, of Schuyler, formerly of West Palm Beach, died February 2, 2017. Arrangements by V.J. Iocovozzi Funeral Home, Inc., Frankfort.Kerr, Beverly A., 82, of Sauquoit, died February 2, 2017. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Sauquoit.Kohler, Margaret M., 94, of Little Falls (formerly), died February 4, 2017. Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., Little Falls.Levy, Arthur C., 71, of Baldwinsville, died January 31, 2017. Arrangements by Maurer Funeral Home, Inc., Liverpool.Liberty, Michael William, II, 51, of Norcross, GA, died January 22, 2017.Mathey, Mary H., 100, of Herkimer, formerly of West Winfield, died February 1, 2017. Arrangements by Dimbleby, Friedel, Williams & Edmunds Funeral Home, West Winfield.McCarthy, Gail Mary (Langley), 100, of Utica, died February 1, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home, Inc., Utica.Miller, Esther L., 88, of Frankfort, died February 3, 2017. Arrangements by V.J. Iocovozzi Funeral Home, Inc., Frankfort.Nicholls, James C., of Morrisville, died January 26, 2017. Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Hamilton.O'Conn...

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Dennis Mobrice

Monday, June 26, 2017

Tyler Mobrice of Cumberland, Rhode Island.; a great niece, Alicia Cohelo and her husband Tony of Attleboro, Ma. and their children, Landen and Logan, of the home; and one uncle, Bob Filippone of West Palm Beach, Florida.He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Paul R. Mobrice in 2016.Visitation will be at Freeman Mortuary from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017.Funeral services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017 in the Freeman Chapel with the Reverend Daniel Hilty officiating. Graveside services and interment will be at Hawthorn Memorial Gardens.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are suggested to the First United Methodist Church, 201 Monroe Street, Jefferson City, Mo. 65101 or the Jefferson City Animal Shelter, 2308 Hyde Park Road, Jefferson City, Mo. 65109. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Freeman Mortuary.

Margaret E. Keeney Hann Main - The Star Democrat

Monday, June 19, 2017

Granny, Great-Granny and Great-Great-Granny, she is survived by daughters, Audrey L. McDaniel (Bobby) of Damascus, Md., Patricia A. Blacksten (Dick) of Denton, Md.; daughter-in-law, Jennifer Hann of West Palm Beach, Fla.; stepdaughter, Beverly Metcalf of Alaska; stepson, Caroll Main (Kathy) of Felton; 12 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; sister, Nina U. Martin of Sykesville; and several nieces and nephews.She was predeceased by a son, Hayden M. Hann Jr. on Nov. 24, 2016; a great-grandson, Tristen Monroe; a great-great-granddaughter, Alaina Elizabeth; seven sisters; and three brothers.Through her illness, she had loving and devoted care from caregivers in her home, hospice and nursing home staff.The family will receive friends at Hartzler Funeral Home, 6 E. Broadway, Union Bridge, Md., from 1 to 3 p.m. on Monday, June 19, followed by a funeral service at 3 p.m. Pastor Fern Brittain, her pastor, will officiate.Interment will follow in Pipe Creek Cemetery, Union Bridge.A memorial service will be held on Sunday, June 25, noon, at Sandtown Church of the Nazarene, 448 Willowgrove Road, Felton.Memorial contributions may be made to Delaware Hospice, 911 S. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901.The family invites you to leave a message or memory on our “tribute wall” at www.hartzlerfuneralhome.com.

Woman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275 - TB Reporter (blog)

Monday, May 01, 2017

I-275, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.Paige Nicole Murray, 23, of Orlando, died at Bayfront Health St. Petersburg where she was taken after the crash. Dolores Ann Ashland, 53, of West Palm Beach, the driver of one of the vehicles, received minor injuries but was not taken to a hospital.Troopers said the crash happened about 9:22 p.m. at mile marker 23 on northbound I-275 in Pinellas County. Troopers said Ms. Murray had been a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped at the side of the interstate. She was running west across the interstate when she was hit by the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu that Ashland was driving and a 2009 Toyota Highlander that was driven by Tessia Donyale, 45, of Memphis, TN.For information about the Florida Highway Patrol, go to flhsmv.gov.Florida Highway Patrol Pedestrian Dies Paige Nicole Murray Traffic Death Traffic Crash Tampa Bay News TB Reporter#FloridaHighwayPatrol #PedestrianDies #PaigeNicoleMurray #TrafficDeath #TrafficCrash #TampaBayNews #TBReporterSummaryArticle NameWoman Dies after Being Hit When Running Across I-275DescriptionShe had gotten out of a vehicle stopped by the side of the interstate, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.AuthorTB ReporterPublisher NameTB ReporterPublisher LogoShare this:Related...

John Walsh, co-founder COPD and Alpha-1 foundations, dies at 68 - Miami Herald

Monday, March 13, 2017

NIH study ended in 1995, the NIH developed a protein therapy. Walsh, born in Arlington, Massachusetts, had been living in Miami for two years for its climate. While attending a support group in West Palm Beach, he raised money to produce a CD that provided information on Alpha-1.He was determined to do more. That same year, Walsh and two fellow Alphas, as they called themselves, Susan Stanley and Sandy Linsey, created the Alpha-1 Foundation in Coconut Grove, followed by AlphaNet, a disease and health management company that provides services for people with the deficiency.The nonprofits quickly flourished with grants, matching funds, advocacy and influence, leading to research centers nationwide, including at Harvard, a gene therapy program for the lung and liver at University of Florida and University of California at San Diego, and an Alpha-1 registry at the Medical University at South Carolina. The nonprofits also have raised millions for research. “Our mission is to put ourselves out of business,” Walsh told the Miami Herald in 2005. “We want to cure Alpha-1.”Here was a man who was going to make big changes in the way the world thought about COPD and in my life as a patient. He was determined to draw attention to the disease, to erase the stigma of being diagnosed, to encourage patients to become active and to become involved in research.Karen Deitemeyer’s post on the COPD Foundation website.A year earlier, in 2004, Walsh had the same mission when he co-founded and became the first president of the COPD Foundation in Coconut Grove, with a second office in Washington. He followed with the COPD Advocacy program and the Congressional COPD Caucus to push for more funding for research and patient access. In 2014, Walsh, who lived in Coral Gables, was elected to the National Health Council’s board of directors.“John was a former Army Ranger. Though he was afraid of heights, he volunteered for Airborne School and became a paratrooper, because parachute jumping out of planes is a required skill for a ranger. That should tell you a lot about the strength of his character, will and commitment to mission,” said Marcia Ritchie, the Alpha-1 Foundation’s chief operating officer.“John had that astonishing power that people get when they have high energy and passion for something and a willingness to devote their life to it,” Campbell said. “He was starting from a tiny patient base. He had no power base. Started with little funding. But he built the core organization of the Alpha-1 world and then the core foundation of the COPD world. That’s an astonishing number of achievements in a little over 20 years.”Walsh is survived by his wife Diane, daughter Linda, granddaughter Lily, his brother Fred, and sisters Susan Ferro and Judy Walsh. The family plans a private celebration of life.

Marilynn Edwards Walkup - Journal Review

Monday, February 20, 2017

Edwards and companion, Cindy, Wallace, Gene (Mary) Walkup,  Lebanon, Tamara Sanders, Lebanon, Dawn Harms, Iowa, Terry Sahifie, California, Angie (Allan) Bolante, Brownsburg, and Steven Walkup II, West Palm Beach, Florida; 26 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren.In addition to her parents, Marilynn was preceded in death by brother Robert Phillips Jr.Funeral services are planned for 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, at Myers Mortuary, 1502 N. Lebanon St., Lebanon. Visitation will be held from 3 p.m. until the time of service Thursday at the funeral home. Cremation has been entrusted to Boone County Crematory in Lebanon.Memorials may be made in her honor to the charity of the donor’s choice.Online condolences may be made at www.myersmortuary.com.

Deaths for Feb. 5, 2017 - News - Uticaod - Utica, NY - Utica Observer Dispatch

Monday, February 06, 2017

Giachetti, Jennie S., 94, of Salisbury and Mohawk, died February 3, 2017. Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., Little Falls.Guerino, Ralph Edward, Jr., 90, of Schuyler, formerly of West Palm Beach, died February 2, 2017. Arrangements by V.J. Iocovozzi Funeral Home, Inc., Frankfort.Kerr, Beverly A., 82, of Sauquoit, died February 2, 2017. Arrangements by Smith Funeral Home, Sauquoit.Kohler, Margaret M., 94, of Little Falls (formerly), died February 4, 2017. Arrangements by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., Little Falls.Levy, Arthur C., 71, of Baldwinsville, died January 31, 2017. Arrangements by Maurer Funeral Home, Inc., Liverpool.Liberty, Michael William, II, 51, of Norcross, GA, died January 22, 2017.Mathey, Mary H., 100, of Herkimer, formerly of West Winfield, died February 1, 2017. Arrangements by Dimbleby, Friedel, Williams & Edmunds Funeral Home, West Winfield.McCarthy, Gail Mary (Langley), 100, of Utica, died February 1, 2017. Arrangements by Eannace Funeral Home, Inc., Utica.Miller, Esther L., 88, of Frankfort, died February 3, 2017. Arrangements by V.J. Iocovozzi Funeral Home, Inc., Frankfort.Nicholls, James C., of Morrisville, died January 26, 2017. Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Hamilton.O'Conn...