Gary Horowitz - SEPTEMBER 23, 1940 – SEPTEMBER 12, 2021
Gary Horowitz - SEPTEMBER 23, 1940 – SEPTEMBER 12, 2021 Gary J. Horowitz, 80, of Palm City Florida, formerly of Philadelphia and Bucks County died peacefully September 11, 2021 in the presence his loving wife Loretta (Brigidi) Horowitz.
He enjoyed Golf and gatherings with friends and family.
He is survived by his wife, Loretta (Brigidi) Horowitz, his daughter Randy (Horowitz) Steinberg, her husband Steve Steinberg and his three grandchildren.
Frances A. Sullivan - September 28, 1926 – September 11, 2021
Frances A. Sullivan - September 28, 1926 – September 11, 2021 Frances A. Sullivan, age 94, of Jensen Beach, Florida passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2021. Frances was born September 28, 1926.
Jeffrey Taelman - September 23, 1960 – September 9, 2021
Jeffrey Taelman - September 23, 1960 – September 9, 2021 Jeffrey Taelman, age 60, of Port Saint Lucie, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 9, 2021. Jeffrey was born September 23, 1960 in South Bend.
William Charles Willoughby Dayton Denby - July 5, 1930 – September 8, 2021
William Charles Willoughby Dayton Denby - July 5, 1930 – September 8, 2021 William Charles Willoughby Dayton Denby age 91, passed away peacefully on September 8, 2021.
Charlie was born in New York City, New York to William Denby and Laura Adams Dayton. Charlie was descended from Andrew Adams, signer of the Articles of Confederation, Charles W. Dayton, New York Supreme Justice and Postmaster General of NYC and Ralph Dayton, founder of Southampton, Long Island. He and his wife Joanne, raised their family in Lloyd Harbor, New York prior to retiring to Stuart, Florida.
Charlie was predeceased by Joanne, his wife of 58 years and the light of his life, and his daughter Laura (Stuart, Fla). He is survived by his children: son William (San Diego, CA) wife, Lynne, children William and Alexander; son John (Williamsburg, VA) wife Carol, children, John (Lauren) and Laura (Chris); Laura’s children Dennis, Kimberly (Scott), and Tracy (Kenny); daughter Elizabeth (Patterson, NY) husband Brian, children Matthew (Katie) and Samuel; and daughter Susan (Virginia Beach, VA) husband William, children Peter and Joanne. Charlie was also beloved by his 7 great grandchildren with one on the way.
Charlie was a choir boy at Trinity Church in Poughkeepsie and enjoyed singing his entire life. Growing up on a farm, he adored nature and all animals. Charlie attended St. Mark’s Preparatory School in Southborough Massachusetts and was educated at Harvard University, Columbia University and New York University. He retired from Scales Air Compressor as their Accountant and Business Manager in 1995.
Charlie served in the Korean War and received the following service medals: CIB Korean Service Medal, UN Service Medal W/3, Bronze Service Stars and National Defense Service Medal.
An avid bridge player, Charlie was the USA National Bridge Champion in 1960. He will be remembered as a voracious reader (reading one book per day), a competitive tennis and poker player and for his quick wit and intellect. Education was a priority and he worked ardently on facilitating his children’s admission and success in college and post college. Most of all, he was the lynchpin to his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. His devotion and generosity to them was endless and selfless. He was simply extraordinary and kind. The absolute most important person in their lives. His wisdom, knowledge, guidance and advice will be forever cherished.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Jacqueline R. Stucklen - November 14, 1964 - Septemberr 3, 2021
Jacqueline R Stucklen - NOVEMBER 14, 1964 – SEPTEMBER 3, 2021 Jacqueline "Jackie" Stucklen of Stuart, Florida, died peacefully at her home on September 3, 2021.
Jackie was born on November 14, 1964, in Queens, NY, to Jacqueline and Louis Perrone. Jackie spent her early years in Sayville, Long Island, New York. There, she attended Sayville High School where she met her future husband.
She married Alan Thomas Stucklen on May 26, 1984. Following their marriage, Jackie and Alan settled in Stuart. There they raised their three children, Kristina, Michael and Alan Jr. all of Stuart.
Jackie was employed by Solaris Parkway Health Care for 31 years and was currently their Business Office Manager.
Visitation will be Thursday, September 9, 2021, from 2-7pm in the Aycock Funeral Home, 505 S Federal Highway, Stuart. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated for Jackie on Friday, September 10, 2021, at 10am, in St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church,2555 NE Savannah Rd., Jensen Beach. Entombment will follow in Fernhill Memorial Garden, 1501 S. Kanner Highway, Stuart.
Teresa Helen Brown - November 26, 1948 - September 2, 2021
Teresa Helen Brown - November 26, 1948 - September 2, 2021 Teresa "Terri" Helen Brown, 72, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, passed away Thursday, September 2, 2021, after an extended illness.
She is survived by 2 sons, 1 daughter, 3 granddaughters, 2 grandsons, and 1 great grandson.
Donations may be made in her memory to Treasure Coast Hospice, 1201 SE Indian Street, Stuart, Florida 34997.
Nancy McGlamery Faulkner - MARCH 7, 1936 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
Nancy McGlamery Faulkner - MARCH 7, 1936 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 Nancy McGlamery Faulkner, age 85, of Hobe Sound, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 2, 2021. Nancy was born March 7, 1936.
A visitation for for Nancy will be held Monday, October 18, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Aycock Funeral Home Young & Prill Chapel, 6801 SE FEDERAL HWY, STUART, FL 34997, followed by a Celebration of Life for Nancy from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.
Patricia Susan Bongiorno - OCTOBER 8, 1962 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
Patricia Susan Bongiorno - OCTOBER 8, 1962 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 atricia Susan Bongiorno of Stuart, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 2, 2021.
A visitation for Patricia will be held Tuesday, September 7, 2021 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Aycock Funeral Home Young & Prill Chapel, 6801 SE Federal Highway, Stuart, FL 34997.
Rita Matheny - PASSED AWAY ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
Rita Matheny - PASSED AWAY ON SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 Rita Matheny, of Stuart, Florida passed away on Thursday, September 2, 2021.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.aycockfuneralhome.net for the Matheny family.
Frederick O Rieger - February 25, 1939 - April 29, 2019
Frederick O Rieger - February 25, 1939 - April 29, 2019 Frederick O. “Fred” Rieger, 80, of Port St. Lucie passed away peacefully at home on April 29, 2019, after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Fred joined the Air Force to serve his country and began his love of travel. Fred’s early career with Taylor Publishing gave him the opportunity to travel the United States and brought the love of his life to him. In 1994, with his wife, Terry, they opened Diamonds by Terry in Stuart, FL and quickly became known as philanthropists from the many local charities they supported. Recently they were honored by the House of Hope for their years of dedication.
Fred was always quick with a smile and known for his big heart. He always looked at life with a positive attitude, never looking at the glass half empty but always half full. A loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend whose quick wit kept those around him smiling, he leaves behind his wife Linda “Terry” Rieger, his sons David Rieger and his wife Kimberly Johnson-Rieger of Harmony, FL, and Joseph Rieger and his wife Sandra Rieger of Port St. Lucie, FL, his grandchildren Joshua Rieger, Justin Rieger, Jennifer Rieger, David Rieger, II, and Giovanna Rieger, as well as two great-grandchildren Kyleigh and Wyatt Dellinger. Preceded in death are his parents, Otto and Carla Rieger, as well as his brother and sister-in-law, Philip and Anne “Nancy” Rieger.
A burial at sea will be held with family at sunrise on Saturday, May 4, 2019. All are welcome to attend the Celebration of Life to be held also on Saturday, May 4th from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Marriott Resort Hutchinson Island in the Osprey Ballroom, located at 555 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to any of the following charities: House of Hope, Hibiscus Children’s Center or Mary’s Shelter.
Richard "Dick" Shaw Hall Jr. - December 9, 1944 – April 1, 2018
Richard "Dick" Shaw Hall Jr. - December 9, 1944 – April 1, 2018 - Richard Shaw Hall, Jr. December 9, 1944 – Was an American publisher with a marketing and sales background. Mr. Hall was born on Staten Island, in New York City. He attended Port Richmond High School where he experienced his first exposure to the world of publishing when he, for 4 years, worked on the school's yearbook.
He attended City College of New York (Staten Island) from 1963 and 1964. He then embarked on an adventure to Kentucky, Morehead State University where he finished his undergraduate degree with majors in History, Sociology and Psychology, with minors in Business and Biology.
He returned to New York and began a teaching career in the field of Special Education specifically “Learning Behavioral Disabilities” at the secondary level (7th grade – 12th grade) at the 600 school on Staten Island housed on the Mt Loretto campus.
He attended Columbia University Graduate School with an emphasis in “Behavioral Psychology”.
After several lengthy teachers strikes he was offered an opportunity to move to Columbus, Ohio working for B.F. Skinner, designing and implementing behavioral modification programs imbedded in curriculum. He also did field research in that field and staff development. From 1969 – 1972 he was on loan to the University of Pittsburg (Leaning Resource Development Center) working with a field research program called I.P.I (Individualized Prescribed Instruction). In 1970, when the publishing rights for I.P.I. was acquired by New Century Education Corporation, Mr. Hall returned to the world of publishing. He remained with New Century until 1975.
During this time Mr. Hall was involved with Open Court publishing, editing the synthetic phonics “Foundation” program.
From 1976 to 1979 Mr. Hall became aware of school of educational thought spearheaded by Dr. Arthur Whimby, author of” Intelligence Can Be Taught” and began a relationship with a company called I.S.I (Innovative Sciences, Inc.) who brought behavioral management techniques together with the cognitive learning strategies of Whimby.
In 1979 he joined the Ohio based C.O.I.N. (Coordinated Occupational Information Network) an information database serving the guidance counselors across the country.
In 1986 after the sale of C.O.I.N. to Bell & Howell, Mr. Hall joined the Marketing and Sales department of Cambridge Book Company.
He achieved his highest success with Out2News, an online publishing newspaper effort created for the local Treasure Coast Community with a News/citizen journal emphasis. He called it the “Happy” news!
Perhaps the most important roll Mr. Hall prized was that of loving husband and devoted father. He adored his family and put them first in all that he did.
He is survived by his wife Robin Hall of 37 years, son Richard Shaw Hall III and daughter in law Sasha Hall, son Andrew Shaw Hall and daughter in law Erica Hall.
Richard Shaw Hall Sr. April 21, 1921 - September 28, 2007
Richard Shaw Hall Sr. Decorated Naval Aviator Dies at 86 in Palm City
Richard (Dick Hall) Hall founder of Libre House Publishing of Princeton, New Jersey and Chem-Pro Marketing of Staten Island, New York died September 28, 2007 after a brief illness in Palm City, Florida.
He is survived by his two sons Richard S. Hall, Jr. and daughter in-law Robin Hall of Palm City, Florida and Gregory H. Hall and daughter in-law Debbie Hall of Staten Island. He was also survived by three grand children Dana Carole Hall Reese of Los Angeles, Richard S. Hall III of Palm City and Andrew S. Hall also of Palm City. Mr. Hall had two great grand children Charles and Smyth Reese of Los Angeles. He also was survived by 2 siblings, older brother Norman Hall (91)of Whiting, New Jersey and younger sister Doris Zdanowicz of New Jersey as well.
He was married to Alice M. Baker for 60 years also of Staten Island.
Noted “Who’s Who” business and finance entrepreneur was probably best know for his “Cost estimation” articles in McGraw Hill’s publication Chemical Engineering. He led the way to computerized cost estimation in the stainless steel industry.
From modest means in his early years it might be said that he was a product of the depression and World War II. Born on Staten Island, New York on April 21, 1921 he attended Public School #30 in The Westerleigh area of the island. He graduated from port Richmond High School in 1939 and proceeded to go to work in Manhattan for the U.S. Nickel Company. Later in 1941 he worked at The Bethlehem Ship yard where he worked as an electricians apprentice on ships including the Destroyer Juno.
He enlisted as a Naval Aviation Cadet in April 1942, shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. He was first assigned to The Naval Civil Pilot Training Program at Syracuse University from June to October 1942; United States Naval Preflight School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., from January to March 1943; United States Naval Air Training Center, Glenview, Illinois, from March – July 1943; United States Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, July 1943 – February 1944; graduated and commissioned Ensign U.S.N.R. (Naval Aviator) on February 9, 1944.
Assigned U.S. Naval Operational Training Center, Banana River, Florida from February -April 1944; assigned to Navy Squadron VPB26, Charleston, S.C. to Fleet Air Wing 17, serving with the fleet in the central and western Pacific theaters. Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medals for “Meritorious Service” in China, Korean and Japanese mainland theaters of operation. He was promoted to Lt. (JG) in April 1945. Was a member of the first Naval Aviation Squadron to land in the Tokyo Bay area simultaneous with the fleet’s arrival in September, 1945. He served several weeks with the occupation forces in Japan.
Reassigned to Naval Air Station, Kaneohe, Hawaii. Ordered to Fleet Headquarters, New York via NAS Alameda, California for release from active duty on January 6, 1946.
Mr. Hall attended Wagner College, Staten Island, New York from 1946 to 1948. He then went to work as a sales representative for New York Refrigeration Co., Long Island, N.Y., 1947. Sales Representative for Doyle & Roth Manufacturing Co., Brooklyn, NY from 1947 to 1954; Advertising Sales Manager, 1954 – 1963; Vice President 1963 – 1970. Vice President of Walster Corp. Simpson, Pa. 1962 – 1970; Chem-Pro Marketing Services, Staten Island, N.Y., 1966 – 1970; Vice President, Chem-Pro Associates, 1970; President, Richard S. Hall & Associates Ltd., Staten Island, NY from 1970 – 1987.
For 20 years he was a Biographee of Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who In Finance and Industry, and the International Biographee.
He served on American Standards Association committee establishing “Standards for Tubular Heat Exchangers for the chemical industry”, a collaborative effort between the American, and the Tubular Exchanger Manufactures Association.
Retiring in 1987 he joined and actively participated in the Services Corps of Retired Executive, co-chairing-in a collaborative effort with the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce–a series of seminars on international trade.
He was a member of the Chemists Club, American Association of Cost Engineers, Association of Naval aviation, Service Core of Retired Executives, The Planetary Society, National Space Society, and International Trade Advocacy Group.
After the death of his loving wife in 2003 and in ill health, he moved to Palm City, Florida to live with is son Richard and his family.
In his later years he was active with The Martin County Council On Aging, The V.I.P. (Visually Impaired Persons), The Palm City Art Associates.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery. The family has expressed that in lue of flowers please make a donations to Hospice of The Treasure Coast.