Category: Obituaries

Charles D. Miller Jr. Passes Away Sept. 8 at William Childs Hospice House at Age 91

Charles D. Miller Jr., a retired Professional Electrical Engineer, died on September 8, 2019, at William Childs Hospice House. In 1962, he transferred to Patrick Air Force Base and was assigned to The Ships Special Project Office. During this time he obtained a Master’s Degree from Florida Institute of Technology.

Former Cocoa Beach Mayor Dr. Skip Beeler Passes Away, Was Medical Director of KSC for 22 Years

Dr. Skip Beeler, 66, passed away peacefully from bile duct cancer on Sunday, August 18, 2019, at his home in Cocoa Beach. Skip served his community as a physician in local emergency rooms and clinics, as Medical Director of Kennedy Space Center for 22 years, and as Mayor of Cocoa Beach from 2002-2012.

OBITUARY: Mark Blackledge, 56, Passed Away Unexpectedly at Home of Natural Causes July 27

Mark Blackledge, age 56, passed away unexpectedly at his home of natural causes on Saturday, July 27. Mark grew up in Port St. John and graduated from Titusville High School summa cum laude in 1980. He was active in the Boy Scouts, Little League and was very involved with the high school and local community theaters. Mark also acted and directed several plays at the Titusville Playhouse and Brevard Community College theatres.

Robert ‘Bob’ Anderson Passes Away, Was Coach, Principal, Superintendent and Public Servant For Over 40 Years

Robert “Bob” Anderson was a coach, principal, superintendent, sports official and served as a Rockledge City Commissioner for 20 years, including as Chair and Vice Mayor. Dr. Anderson, 92, passed away on July 22, 2019, in Rockledge, Florida.

OBITUARY: James ‘Jim’ P. Cicak, Sr., 75, of Titusville, Florida, Passed Away May 2

James “Jim” P. Cicak, Sr, 75, of Titusville, FL, passed away on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Jim owned and operated JP’s “Good” Auto Health in Titusville for many years. He enjoyed poker, golf, bowling, crossword puzzles, NASCAR, and good mystery novels. Jim was also a member of the local Knights of Columbus.

Albert Kerr, 85, Caught the Bus to Heaven March 21, Leaves Behind Legacy of Love, Determination

On Thursday, March 21, Albert Kerr, 85, caught the bus to Heaven and the world lost a really good man. Albert leaves behind a legacy of love, determination, and devotion. He will always be remembered for his passion for his family, the USA, and his work. As a career Navy man, he traveled the world in service to his country.