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THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 2004 MSL 4B Meteorological fact casts a cloud over state's motto We can point out the unemployment in the "Land of Opportunity" that is Arkansas. And announce the obvious about Rhode Island: that the state doesn't have enough coastline to be called the "Ocean State." - Come to think of it, most slogans or mottoes are either grossly inaccurate, or downright wrong. The Clean Skies Initiative, according to many, eases pollution standards. No Child Left Behind? And Operation Iraqi ' Freedom seems to have turned into a race to be free from us. So in the big scheme of things, Florida's claim to being The Sunshine State might be overblown, but certainly of less consequence than other grand overstatements. So maybe nobody else will notice. I won't tell if you don't. ; franKcerabinopbpost.com ! New Jersey? The alternatives aren't appealing. Florida: The Voting Wrongs State. I suppose we can go with a gloss-over-the-facts approach, and say that while there technically might be sunnier states elsewhere, it "feels sunnier" in Florida. But it would be hard to fit that explanation on a license plate, and frankly, it seems a little lawyerly. Discredit other states' mottoes A better course might be to go on the offensive. Limit the public relations damage on Florida by attacking other state mottoes. We can question the celebrity of Idaho's potatoes. See if Montana can prove its sky is really bigger. And convene an audit of Minnesota's alleged 10,000 lakes. I don't know about you, but I've been reeling since finding out that Florida has a dubious claim to its tide as "The Sunshine State." It turns out five other states get more sunshine, according to data compiled by the National Weather Service. "An honest assessment would call us The Partly Cloudy State,' " jsaid Jim Lushine, a forecaster with ;the National Weather Center in Mi-jami. j That'll never do. ' "I guess it's the way you look at lit," he said. "Some people say IVhat's the difference between partly cloudy and partly sunny?' " " The difference, I believe, is that .the cloudy part follows you to the teach and the sunny part stays jwhere you parked your car. But the number-crunching Na-'tlonal Weather Service truth is that Florida has been determined to be less sunny than Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas, he said. Nothing like clouding the Issue There's plenty of sun in Florida, but it's usually dodging between the clouds. "There's nothing wrong with clouds," Lushine said. Easy for him to say. Clouds make his job interesting. Where would a weather guy be without clouds? Doing the traffic, that s where. But nobody ever booked a vacation by telling a travel agent, "We just want to lie under the clouds for a few days." And Stevie Wonder didn't sing, "You are the cumulonimbus of my life." No other state has claimed the Frank Cerablno sun like Florida has. Technically, the sun belongs to the whole solar system, but in practice, it's an integral part of me public relations machinery for Florida. Without the blue-sky sunshine, we're like one big moldy outdoor shower stall. So naturally, this weather data setback has huge implications, both in and out of the license-plate-making sector of our economy. And it raises the question, where do we go from here in terms of bragging rights? Humidity? Insects? People from Measure would protect unincorporated RB. County areas different from those in the west Eastern annexations tend to involve smaller pockets of unincorporated areas. "I don't think this referendum is going to address our needs," Lantana Vice Mayor Elizabeth Tennyson said. Commissioner Jeff Koons, a former West Palm Beach city commissioner, said the county should focus on protecting vast expanses of undeveloped land in the west. "We ought to do as much as we can to protect the rural west" Koons said. Eastern city representatives, Koons said, should sit down with the county and the League to draw an annexation map. The commission voted Delray Beach, Wellington, Lantana, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Greenacres and surrounding municipalities told commissioners they opposed putting the issue on the ballot. "We can cooperatively work . . . without having to go through the expense and trouble of going through a countywide referendum," West Palm Beach Councilman Bill Moss said. McCarty agreed, saying the cities should haye an opportunity to find a compromise. Newell wanted the county to negotiate with the cities before deciding to put the question on the ballot City leaders argued that the annexation issues in coastal communities are Port St. Lucie. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at First Haitian Church of the Nazarene, Fort Pierce. Okeechobee County Alice I. Cox 75, Okeechobee Mrs. Cox, a native of Sullivan, Ind., died Saturday. Survivors include two sons, including Mark Scott of Okeechobee; two sisters; a brother; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Bass Okeechobee Funeral Home and Cremation Services. i William "Bill" Jones 56, Okeechobee Mr. Jones, an Okeechobee resident for 16 years, died Tuesday. Born in Monroe County, Ky., he was an Army veteran and served in Vietnam. Survivors include his wife, By CONNIE PIL0TO Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH -Voters in western unincorpo-.. rated areas will be asked this fall whether they want to be protected from annexation. County commissioners voted 5-2 Tuesday to place the question on the Nov. 2 ballot. Commissioners Mary Mc-Carty and Warren Newell voted against the proposal. If the measure passes, western communities like The Acreage and Loxahatch-ee Groves would be designated "rural neighborhoods," where annexation would require the approval of at least five county commissioners and a majority of voters in those communities. The commission will AREA DEATHS Martin County John R. Hall 77, Jensen Beach -I Mr. Hall, a Florida resident since 1971, died Tuesday. Born in Oregon, Ohio, he ,was a World War II veteran. He was a retired business .pwner and builder. Survivors include a son, John, of Palm City; daughters 'Susan Hall-Sammons, Kath-ryn Ann Jakab and Karen Lynn Johnson, all of Jensen jBeach; a brother; a sister; 11 "grandchildren; and one great-grandson. Visitation 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. 'Friday, with a prayer service :at 7 and a VFW service at 7:30, Cat Aycock Funeral Home, "Jensen Beach. T Mass 10 a.m. Saturday at :.St. Martin de Porres Catholic iChurch. Z Contributions to the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW iCancer Fund, P.O. Box 311, - CHARLES T. BARRECA 79, of West Palm Beach, FL, passed away on , iune 2 1 , 2004. He had been a resident of South -Florida since 1949 having moved from Silver Creek, N.Y. Mr. Barreca was an honorably discharged veteran, having served in the Army ''during World War II. 1 1 Survivors include his wife of 55 years Martha (Marge) Bareca; children Marylou Royse, Charles '(Chuck) Barreca and Jerry Barreca; 8 grandchildren; 7 grandchldren; 1 brother; 3 sisters. - In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in "memory of Mr. Barreca to Hospice of Palm "Beach County. To express condolences and make donations visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries CHARLES R. BUCKRIDGE, Sr. " 82, of Stuart, died Tuesday, June 1 5th at his , residence. He was born in Bisoee. AZ and had been a resident of Stuart for 20 years coming -kom Closter, NJ. Prior to retirement he was Executive Vice President for UPS in CA and NY for over 46 years. He was a veteran having served in the United States Air Force during WW II. He was President of Sail Fish Point POA and jjast Commodore of Sailfish Pointe Yacht Club. Me was on the Board of Directors for Martin Memorial Hospital and for UPS. He was also on the advisory board for 1st National Bank. He was a member of the Raritan Yacht Club in Perth Amboy, NJ; B.P.O.E. Elks Club in Stuart, FL; California Professional Engineer's Association; Sailfish Point Goll Club; and the American and California Bar Association. In his spare time he took pleasure in yachting, golfing, flying and reading. He enjoyed spending time with his dogs and traveling to the Bahamas. He is predeceased by his brother James Richards. Survivors include his wife of 28 years Mary Kay Buckndge of Stuart; two daughters, Sharon Lenn Oalton of Corona, CA. Susan Kaye Gomez nd husband. Maurice of Diamond Bar, CA; one son, Charles Buckndge, Jr. and wife, Nancy of ziYucaipa, CA; one brother, Donald Buckridge and wife, Nevelle of Indian Springs, FL; one sister, "Mary Ann Henderson and husband, Warren of Rancho Cucamonga, CA; one sister-in-law, Hazel Richards of Lakewood, CA; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Tri County Tec, P.O. Box 597, Stuart, FL 34995 or Martin Memorial Medical Center Foundation, .0. Box 9010, Stuart, FL 34995. Arrangements are under the direction of -Aycock Funeral Home in Stuart, Florida. Man charged in shooting case : . .. Palm Beach Post Staff Reports'1 WEST PALM BEACH -Police have charged an 18-year-old man with attempted second-degree murder in connection with a March 16 shooting that left a man in a coma for several days. Jeffrey Smith, 1423 Stacy St., West Palm Beach, is accused of shooting 48-year-old On-ondieu Francois once in the head while he wis driving on 19th Street near Beautiful Avenue, a police report said. Smith was already in the Palm Beach Counfy Jail on an unrelated auto theft charge when he was charged with the shooting Monday. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday. Lee, Ruth E., 79, of West Palm Beach, died Monday. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Memorial service Thursday. Lelnlnger, Marcella Corf, 65, of Delray Beach, died Sunday. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Visitation and funeral Thursday. Lohla, John A., 91, of Lake Worth, died Monday. Nep-tune Society, Fort Lauderdale. q Matthews, Robert A., 90,' of Boynton Beach, died Sunday. Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Memorial service Friday. McDarby, Edward, 83, of West Palm Beach, died Monday. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach, i Rosner, Irwin, 80, of Royal Palm Beach, died Monday. Neptune Society, Fort Lauderdale. 11 Samuel, Julllan, 71, of West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in t. Thomas, Virgin Islands. J Shores, Elizabeth, 68, of Delray Beach, died Sunday. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. Tooks, Mae, 91, of Riviera Beach, died Saturday. Siders Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Trerza, Salvatore S.f 77, of Boca Raton, died Monday. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. ; VanHarken, Bemadetta, 56, of Wellington, died Saturday. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. VHsola, Klaus, 58, of Royal Palm Beach, died Thursday. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. Wolff, Julius E., 81, of Boca Raton, died June 16. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Zambrano, Enrlqueta, 77, of Lake Worth, died Sunday. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. "IMMEDIATE IMPLANT PLACEMENT" ' Leave with stable teeth the same day. E PPEARANCE IMPLANTS ) ot rAMIlt , ENTISTRy 1 Call Dr. Wade B. Harrouff' UCSDN10761 1 or Dr. TA Aliapoulios i UC SDN1B47 , (561)741-7142 j Now Iraatmert program onty. The pslrt and any otfw parson reaponsM tor piynnt hava Vm ngrtl Id ratote to pay. cawl paymsrrl. or ba rtjfJ tor any wivk, xarmnaiion iraatmtnt whloh ia jAfejrirmd n a mult ot and wlthm 7Pftm tj ch fBsportamg to irw aovernssmtYTt ror me rtm mwxmruw or discuss the issue again on July 13 and have a final vote after an Aug. 17 public hearing. Commissioners backed away from seeking control of annexation throughout the county and forced the cities to declare what areas they intended to annex a requirement opposed by eastern municipalities. City leaders and members of the The Palm Beach City League of Cities said the commission's decision represented a partial victory. "I feel optimistic," James Titcomb, executive director of the Palm Beach League of Cities, which had opposed giving the county any more control over annexation. Representatives from Jensen Beach, Fla. 34958. Lillian Pearsall 76, Stuart Ms. Pearsall died Thursday. Service 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Luke Episcopal Church, Stuart. National Cremation Society, West Palm Beach. St. Lucie County Gabrielle J. Duroseau 82, Port St Lucie Mrs. Duroseau, a Port St Lucie resident for two years, died Sunday. She was born in Haiti. Survivors include a daughter, Marlene Duro-seau-Collazo of Port St. Lucie; two sons, including Eavans, of Port St. Lucie; two brothers; a sister; and six grandchildren. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Friday at Aycock Funeral Home, GORDON E. GRAY Gordon E. Gray, 96, of Delray Beach and Hillsboro Beach, Florida, formerly ot Indian Head Park, Illinois passed away peacefully June 21, 2004. Loving and devoted husband of 70 years of the late Ruth nee Beers: Father of Nancy (Richard) Renkert and Gordon Jr (Diana) Gray; Grandfather of Amy (Henning) Stabins, Susan (Michael) Brischetto, Gordon III (Lucia) Gray, Jennifer Gray and Tamara (Neil) Jain; Great Grandfather to Harrison and Aidan Gray, Alison Stabins, and Mia Brischetto; Brother of the late Aubrey; Brother-in-law of Jane Beers. Memorial Service at Abbey Delray North, June 26, 2004, 10:30 a.m. Interment private. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobltuarles JOHN L. HAROLD Of P.G.A. Village, Port St. Lucie, formerly of Willowbrook, IL, was the beloved husband of Deborah nee Maher; loving father of Jessica Harold; dear son of Sandy (Bill) Kriwko and the late Jake Harold; fond brother of Timm Harold, Tony Passafume, and Kellie Brown; nephew of Karen Rew; grandson of Louise and the late Mel Rew; also survived by his devoted "best friends', Katie, Mollie, and Bogey. John worked in trucking sales for R & L Carriers. Visitation Is from 2 - 8 PM Thursday at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, Countryside, IL, where funeral service will be held 1 1 AM Friday. Interment will be at Bronswood Cemetery, Oak Brook IL. Donations sent to Hospice of Martin and St. Lucie Counties, 1000 S.E. Ruhnke St., Stuart. FL 34994 are appreciated. Info: 708-352-6500. To evpmi condokmcst and mkt donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituarles FAYE KRANITZ 83, of West Palm Beach, FL; formerly of Youngstown, OH, died Monday, June 21, 2004 at her home. She was predeceased by her husband, Aaron In April of 1997. Survivors include two children, Joyce Label (Stanley) and Jeffrey Kranitz (Carol); grandchildren, Douglas. David (Stacy), Stacey and Benjamin (Molly); great-grandchildren, Lindsay, Lauren and Jacob; a sister, Lillian Lechtner; nieces and nephews, Nancy, Warren and Steven Lechtner and Susan Garber. Funeral services will be 10 AM Thursday at Levitt-Weinsteln Memorial Chapel, 5411 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (561) 669-8700. Entombment will follow in Beth David Memorial Gardens, Hollywood, FL. Those who wish may contribute In her memory to Hospice of Palm Beach County or Friends for Life, "We were blessed to be loved by her." To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobltuarles SUPPORT SERVICES. Find bereavement support groups palmBeachPost.com Click on Obituaries after hearing from city leaders and residents of Loxa-hatchee and The Acreage. Commissioners said the intent of the referendum was to protect the county's rural communities from being acquired by Wellington and Royal Palm Beach. "Somebody needs to protect us," said Loxahatchee resident Alex Larson. Titcomb and other western city leaders said the county's decision to build the Scripps biotech park at Mecca Farms is what has spurred the western annexation rush. "I'm not fully sure they (rural residents) understand what put them in the predicament they're in," Titcomb said. connlepilotopbpost,com Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Sunday. Frankel, Jacob, 87, of Boca Raton, died Monday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Frledberg, Sally, 87, of Lake Park, died Sunday. Edgley Cremation Services, West Palm Beach. Gray, Gordon, 96, of Delray Beach, died Monday. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. Harmon, Edith, 78, of West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Si-ders Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Hoptman, Ruth, of Delray Beach, died Monday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Thursday. Klmmel, Helen Irene, 83, of Boca Raton, died Monday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Kranltz, Faye, 83, of West Palm Beach, died Monday. EVE NARDONE 80, of Boynton Beach, FL, died Friday, June 18th at Hospice of Palm Beach County after a long bout with cancer. She was born In Bernardville, NJ, and was the daughter of the late Gulsto and Theresa Nardone. She attended Bernards High School, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in education from Montclair State Teachers College in 1945 and her masters degree in Library Science from Rutgers University in 1965. She taught in the Bernards Township School system until her retirement in June 1 980 and her subsequent move to Florida. Miss Nardone was a volunteer for the Auxiliary of Bethesda Memorial Hospital for a number of years prior to her illness. Survivors include four sisters, Rose De Pietro, Frances McNsar of Delray Beach, Janet DiNorcia (Joseph) of Ft. Myers and Gloria Sinclair (Robert) of Indiantown plus many loving nieces and nephews to whom she was a second mother. She was prsdeceased by brother Norman Nardone and sister Blondina Ricco. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Matthew Church in Hypoluxo (6090 Hypoluxo Road between Jog Road and Military Trail) on Saturday, June 26th, at 10AM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Miss Nardone's name may be made to the Memorial Fund of Bethesda Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are under the direction of AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, Stuart. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituarles MILDRED S. WILSON 85, of Ocean Ridge passed away with great cars at Hospice By The Sea in Boca Raton on Sunday, June 20, 2004. She was born October 18, 1918 in Waynesboro, VA. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Buddy) Wilson. She is survived by her son, Walter D. Wassell and daughter-in-law, Carol Wassell of Lake Winnebago, MO and her daughter, Barbara B. Hodges of Roanoke, VA; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Also survived by step daughter Janet Carrara (Fred), two step granddaughters and three step great grandchildren. . Funeral Services will be held 1 :00PM Thursday, June 24, 2004 at 3COBEE-COMBS BOWDEN FUNERAL HOME, corner of US Hwy 1 & N.E. 15th Avenue, Boynton Beach with entombment in Boynton Beach Mausoleum. Friends are asked to maw memorial contributions to Hospice By The Sea, 1531 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Ffaton, FL 33486 or Alzheimer's Research, 5458 Town Center Road, Boca Raton, FL 33486 in Mrs. Wilson's memory. SCOBEE-COMBS-BOWDEN FUNERAL HOME Boynton Beach, Florida Family Owned & Operated To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobltuarles PalmBeachPost.com Click on Obituaries HAL NOTICES Betty Holder; two daughters, including Melissa Sadler of Okeechobee; two stepsons, including David Eric Holder of Fort Pierce; a brother; a sister; and four grandchildren. Service 10 a.m. Thursday at Buxton Funeral Home and Crematory, Okeechobee. Palm Beach County Agallte, Andre, 84, of Del-ray Beach, died Saturday. Shulers Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Saturday. Borax, Christine W., 91, of North Palm Beach, died Sunday. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Dl Stefano, Liberia, 93, of Delray Beach, died Saturday. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Faltz, Sally, 80, of Boca Raton, died June 16. Beth Israel FRANK ANTHONY MARIANNI, Jr. 66, of Margate, FL, formerly of Lake Worth, FL & Philadelphia, PA passed on to eternal life June 21, 2004, in his home, surrounded by family. Loving Father of Frank Anthony III and Donna Marie (Mark Henry); Beloved Brother of Rita Barbara (Gene); Loving Companion of Pauly Dionne (Lori Jones); Cherished Uncle of Geno, Rosemary (EduarrM Debra, Charles (Mary), Gary (Linda), Gail (Ed), Grandniece Nicole. Grandnephews Lucas t Spencer; Dear Son of the late Mary and Frank A. Marianni, Sr. Frank was a respected business owner of STSP, Sinbad's, Frank's Steaks & Baskets-R-Us in Philadelphia, PA. Relatives and Friends are invited to Kirk & Nice Suburban Chapel (at Sunset Memorial Park) 333 County Line Road, Feasterville, PA on Wednesday, June 30, for a calling hour 7PM to 8PM & Memorial Service in Frank's Memory to immediately follow. riends are asked to make :ontributionsdonations in Frank's Memorv in American Canrar Qrviahi 1KOfl 1 naef oireei, rnnaoeipnia, r laiuj or ueiaware valley Chapter of American Liver Foundation, 1 1 1 Presidential Blvd., Suite 214, Bala Cynwyd, PA 1 9004. Arrangements entrusted to SCOBEE-COMBS-BOWDEN FUNERAL HOME, Boynton Beach, FL. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobltuarles MICHAEL ANTHONY MCLLE 29, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, passed away Saturday, June 19, 2004. Born In Hollywood, FL, he had been a resident of Palm Beach Gardens for two years, coming from Jupiter Farms, FL. Michael was the owner of the Martini Bar in Jupiter and a 1992 graduate of Jupiter High School. Survivors include his father, Anthony Molls of Sebastian, FL: his mother, Geraldine Molle Meenaghan of Palm Beach Gardens; three sisters: Jennifer Molle Woodham of Jupiter, Christal Molle and Patricia Molle, both of Palm Beach Gardens; paternal grandmother, Theresa (Michael) Grande of Sebastian; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Patricia Ann Giovannelli. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday 10 AM at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 13591 Prosperity Farms Road, Palm Beach Gardens. Interment will be in Riverside Memorial Park, Tequesta. FL. Friends are invited to meet with the family from 6 9 PM Wednesday and Thursday evening at the funeral home where a Prayer Service will be conducted at 8 PM Thursday. Aycock Funeral Home 11 12 Military Trail Jupiter, FLrR61)746-5124 To nmn condotaVM and makt donation! Visit PalmBeachPo8t.comobltuarles RUTH E. LEE Of West Palm Beach, FL passed away peacefully in her home on Monday, June 21, 2004 following a long and courageous battle with breast cancer. Born February 14, 1925 In Wisconsin Dells, Wl to Cora and Orvlle Stomner, she moved here after raising a family in the Boston, MA area. For many years, she worked at the Wally Findlay Galleries ot Palm Beach while singing and traveling with the Masterworks Chorus. She volunteered countless hours as an usher at the Kravis Center and as a Sunshine Girl with The Singles Dance Club of the Palm Beaches where her caring and cheerful spirit touched many. She is much loved and deeply missed, especially by her daughters, Deborah Lee and Nancy Lee; by her longtime companion. Patrick Stella; by sisters, Claire Fulmer, Phyllis Angsten, Dorothy Stomner and Beverly Shandor; and by granddaughter, Haylee Pergola. A memorial service to honor her life will be held Thursday, June 24, 2004 at 1 1 AM at the Tillman Funeral Home, 2170 S. Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL. In lieu of flowers, the family request that donations be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobltuarles HERBERT IRVING LICHTENSTEIN 84, of Boca Raton, FL, died June 19, 2004. Mr. Lichtenstein was a past historian of the Jewish War Veterans Post 459. He was the beloved husband of Elinor; loving father of Stuart Lichtenstein. Alan Lichtenstein and his wife Susan, Paul Lichtenstein and his wife Joanne; and cherished grandfather of Ann, Daniel, Max, Tess and Katy Mr Lichtenstein is also survived by his sisters: Faye Shapiro and Helens Crystal. Services were held at Rubin Memorial Chapel on Monday, June 21, 2004. Memorial contributions in his memory may be made to Hospice by the Sea, Inc., 1531 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, Florida 33486. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobrtuarlei OBITUARIES ONLINE. Search for death notices by name, date, city or funeral home. Get maps and driving directions to all area funeral homes and cemeteries. PalmBeachPost.com Ctck on Obituaries SANDRA MASHBURN CHEZEM " 57, passed away on Friday, June 18. 2004 in Tallahasse, FL. She is survived by her Husband "Jerry, Daughter and Son-ln-Law Tara and Buddy ..Wilson, Grandson Sebastian, Mother Frances, Sisters Susan, Roxie, and Mary, Niece Amy, Nephew CJ. Great Neices Isabella and Erin, and a host of her wonderful friends. T In lieu of flowers, a trust fund for Sebastian has been established Make checks payable to -R. Mashburn, 551 NW 57th St. Gainesville, FL ' 32607. n To express condolences and make donation! ... Visit PalmBeachPo8t.comobltuarles FMafftcttnS-ttoiMO,

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