Thomas J. Eisenbraun, 75, of Port St. Thomas worked for the Daily News while living in New York. Thomas enjoyed playing cards, suntanning and being the life of the party in his earlier years. He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Dolly Eisenbraun, a daughter, 8 step children, 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life service will be held on Thursday, February 28, from Lucie Blvd. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted in the care of Martin Funeral Home, St. Lucie Chapel. Patricia A.
She married Don W. Fielder on December 2, at St. She enjoyed reading, Bridge, golf, travel and the company of close friends and family. She was an adventurer; even trying indoor sky diving with her family at 85 years young! She was dearly loved and will be deeply missed by her husband, family and friends.
A celebration of her life will be held afterward. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in loving memory of Pat can be made to Changing Leads Foundation by visiting: Robert Hubbs. Robert Hubbs, 57, of Stuart, Florida, passed away with his long time partner Marty by his side. A memorial mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, February 26, at Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL at In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in loving memory of Robert can be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital www.
Marion D. She loved sewing with her sisters and going out to eat. She also enjoyed doing crafts, going to the casinos, cooking and entertaining her family and friends. Marion is survived by her loving husband of 61 years John J. Latwinas, her children John M. She was preceded in death by her sister, Phyllis Grace Price.
A memorial service will begin at Emily Schanz. Emily Schanz, 99, passed away on February 17, She had one sister and three brothers, all now deceased. She married Fred W. Schanz in in Cleveland. She was a member of Miles Grant Country Club. She was predeceased by her husband, siblings, and parents. At Emily's request, there will be only a graveside service in New York , to be scheduled at a future date. Mina L. Jones, 94 of Stuart, FL passed away with her daughter Candace by her side.
She was predeceased by her husband Albert E. Paul Hunter. Marine Raiders.
The Raiders were the special forces of their time. In , The Raiders were incorporated into the 6th Marine Division. Paul was wounded in the battles for Guam and Okinawa. He was awarded two Purple Hearts. In , Paul participated in the occupation of Yokosuka at the time of the Japanese surrender.
After the war, Paul left the service to pursue his passion of flying, by using the GI Bill to become a flight instructor. In , Paul re-enlisted in the U. He was accepted into the naval aviation training program. Upon completion of his flight training, Paul was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U. Marine Corps and married Margaret.
His nineteen years as a commissioned officer included combat in the Korean War and the Vietnam War. During his career he flew several different types of aircraft, but his favorite aircraft was the Chance Vought F8U Crusader. The F8U Crusader was a supersonic single engine jet fighter. He retired in at the rank of Major, and moved to Palm Springs, Florida, to be near his childhood home.
Paul and Margaret relocated to Jensen Beach, Florida, in , to be close to their favorite fishing spots. They enjoyed fishing and travelling around the country until Margaret passed away of cancer in They loved to travel across country to sightsee and visit relatives. He is survived by his grandchildren: Patricia Durso. Patricia Durso, 81, of Port St. Lucie, FL, passed away peacefully with her husband and eldest daughter by her side on Sunday, February 10, Pat was married to Carmen Durso for 60 years and they recently celebrated their anniversary in October.
Pat was a talented floral and interior designer, theater goer and a music aficionado of all genres of music. She was a loving mother of three and grandmother of two who instilled confidence in all of her children, nieces and nephews. Pat was known for her love of reading and keeping her mind sharp with crossword puzzles, but will be most remembered for the love she had for her family and enjoying a good glass of wine.
The family would like to thank Treasure Coast Hospice for their compassionate care and guidance. Jacob Jeremiah Branen. Jacob J. Branen, 29, was killed Monday, Feb. He was transported to Halifax Hospital, Daytona Beach where he succumbed to his injuries. Jacob had a passion for the history and archeology of Israel. One of his greatest experiences was participating in a dig at the archeological site Tel Dor, Haifa, Israel. He loved to travel, making multiple trips to Israel.
He traveled Germany on a school trip as well. He was currently employed as a customer service representative by Teletech, Daytona Beach, FL and also worked as an electronics sales associate for Walmart. Jacob's exuberance for life, his kind and generous heart and his ready laugh will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Having been born with cerebral palsy, those who were close to Jacob were proud of all his life's accomplishments. A Wisconsin service will be held sometime this spring, with details to follow.
Martin Funeral Home, Stuart Chapel, provided the arrangements. David F. Dusty Drew. For many years Dusty and his wife owned and operated Camp Wekeela on Bear Pond in Hartford, Maine, where young people from highly varied backgrounds spent memory-making summers having fun while absorbing life-lessons along the way. Dusty served on many town committees in Standish and was a past president of the Kiwanis Club and Watchic Lake Association.
Dusty was most fulfilled as a mentor to young people both on and off the ballfield. He enjoyed dancing and classical music and looked forward every year to spending summers in Maine mostly in his lakeside vegetable garden and winters in Florida mostly golfing or volunteering.
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Dusty had a tremendous work ethic, and was also an organizational genius. Whether it was almost single-handedly bringing back to life the physical plant of a long-closed summer camp, organizing camper or spring baseball trips, feeding all of the athletes at USM during periods when the cafeteria was closed, running a golf tournament at Miles Grant, or overseeing a Kiwanis dinner, Dusty easily took on great responsibility, and had fun while creating memorable times for others.
Dusty is survived by his brother Donal F. He was predeceased by his son, Timothy Cronin. In lieu of flowers, please make a memorial contribution to your favorite charity. The family would like to extend special thanks to Treasure Coast Hospice and to the caring and compassionate staffs of Hay-Madiera House and Harper House. Patrick R. Garofola, Jr.
Lucie, FL, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, January 28, He was sadly taken from this life all too soon. Patrick spent his life in Florida. A native Floridian and resident of Broward and St. Lucie Counties, Patrick made is final home here in Port St. He was a kind and gentle man. An easy-going person with his family always in the forefront. Patrick enjoyed fishing and his job working as a concrete finisher.