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.
Brevard County Fire Rescue announced the passing of Firefighter-EMT William Tyler Moore on Thursday.
Freda M. Rigby, 66, of Melbourne, passed away following her battle with cancer on March 7, 2019. Freda was a graduate of Woburn High School in Massachusetts and a longtime resident of Brevard County.
Gary Propper, a Florida surfing icon and accomplished entrepreneur, passed away Friday evening. Propper was the first international-caliber surfer from the Eastern Seaboard, and the top-paid pro of his generation, according to Propper’s profile on EastCoastSurfingHallofFame.com.
In loving memory of Jimmie Adamson, United States Air Force Retired CMSgt, age 89. Jimmie, affectionally known as “Jimbo,” “Dad,” “Papa,” was called home to be with the Lord on February 19, 2019.
Battalion Chief Brook Patrick Smith passed away on Friday, March 8, 2019. Brook had a strong compassion for serving and helping others and he dedicated 15 plus years of service to Titusville Fire Department as a fireman paramedic reaching the rank of Battalion Chief. He also was dual-badged and served for 10 years as a Titusville Police S.W.A.T medic.
Wanda Burns Ryburn peacefully passed away on February 16 at 86 years of age. Wanda was retired from her business Southern Lady Consignment Boutique located in Cocoa.
Captain William Brown Shapbell, Jr., USNR (Ret), 86, of Rockledge, Florida, went to be with his Lord after a long illness, on February 20, 2019, at 9:26 in the morning.
Blanche Madeline Boardman of Indialantic, Florida passed away on February 8, 2019, at William Childs Hospice House while surrounded by her children.
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Howard Neil Hebert, 90, was born in Denton, MT and passed away peacefully at his home February 5, 2019, with his loving wife, Angela, of 30 years by his side.
Florida Tech Athletics mourns the passing of former basketball coach Al Skellet, who passed away January 16, 2019.
Robert E. Lawton, loving husband and father of three, passed away December 13, 2018, at his home in Cocoa Beach after a long, courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease and Lewey Bodies.
John B. Becker, Jr., 84, born in Fort Pierce, Florida died Monday, January 14, 2019. John was a Mel-Hi Bulldog, a Florida Gator, an impressive mathematics graduate of Florida Southern, a computer guidance conductor on the Mercury and Gemini rocket missions, a commercial fisherman, a pioneer in market timing for brokerage firms that are prominent even today, an avid Braves baseball fan and a world traveler.
Ann Elicia Siegel Beck, age 93, passed away at home on January 10, 2019. She worked for Melbourne Airport and then 19 years for the City of Melbourne Engineering Department.
Richard LaChance, 80, beloved father, pépère and uncle, unexpectedly went home to his Heavenly Father on Friday, December 28, 2018.
Donald R. Mancini, age 91, originally from Monongahela, Pennsylvania, passed away on December 19, 2018.
Ed Moriarty passed away on December 28, 2018, in Highlands, North Carolina. For over 30 years he called Highlands his special place. He passed with dignity and grace surrounded by family and friends.
America’s oldest veteran, Richard Overton, who served in the Army during World War II and credited God, whiskey and cigars for his remarkable longevity, died Thursday in Texas at the age of 112, reports say.
Nina Mallis, 95, passed away peacefully at home on Dec. 19. She was the third child of seven born to Isaac and Laura Roberts in Charleston, SC. Nina grew up in Pooler, GA and graduated from Savannah High School.