Category: obituary

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.

OBITUARY: Titusville Fire Department Battalion Chief Brook Patrick Smith Passes Away March 8

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.

OBITUARY: John B. Becker, Jr., 84, of West Melbourne Passes Away January 14

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.

OBITUARY: A.B. Amis Passes Away Nov. 19 at Age 90, Moved to Brevard in 1953

A.B. Amis went home to his great reward on Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Born in Meridian, Mississippi, on Jan. 30, 1928, to the late A.B. Amis, Jr. and Pauline Hardin Amis, his was an idyllic childhood in spite of the great depression, thanks to loving parents and adopted brother, Paul, who was his playmate and best friend growing up in small-town Newton, MS.