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George Peter Nicklo Jr. - OCTOBER 26, 1957 – NOVEMBER 25, 2020

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George Peter Nicklo Jr. - OCTOBER 26, 1957 – NOVEMBER 25, 2020 George Peter Nicklo Jr., 63, of Port St. Lucie, formerly of Deerfield Beach, passed away Wednesday evening, November 25, 2020, at the St. Lucie Medical Center, Port St. Lucie.

He was born October 26, 1957, in Brooklyn, NY, the son of Elizabeth (Celiberti) Notofranco and the late George Peter Nicklo Sr. He grew up in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn and lived there for many years prior to moving to Jupiter then DeerfieldBeach. He recently moved to Port St Lucie to be closer to his family.

Mr. Nicklo was a graduate of the Arts Institute of Ft Lauderdale, and went on to be self employed as a web designer and artist. He was also a published author.

George is survived by his son, Joseph Peter Nicklo of Port St Lucie; a daughter, Mellanie Nicklo Chafe and husband Bradley of Port St Lucie; grandchildren, Noah Landon Nicklo, Jason Bruce Chafe and Stephen Patrick Chafe all of Port St Lucie; his mother,Elizabeth (Celiberti) Notofranco of Stuart; brothers, Mike Nicklo Sr. of Cocoa Beach and Wayne Nicklo of Stuart; sisters, Donna Nicklo, Michelle Nicklo and Denise Nicklo all of Georgia; the love of his life, Christine Barton of Port St Lucie; stepsons, ChristopherBarton and John Barton IV both of Port St Lucie. He was also the father of the late Jeanmarie Wallendorf who died in the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.

George fought his sickness very hard and was an amazing fighter. He started to win his battle with the help of his son and daughter. He kept fighting until the end.

He loved his children and was, and always will be, proud of them. He always said how lucky he was that they turned our so well. He loved his grandchildren, he was amazed by them and was very close to them.

Joe Skovran - MAY 23, 1960 – NOVEMBER 24, 2020

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Joe Skovran - MAY 23, 1960 – NOVEMBER 24, 2020 Lawrence Joseph Skovran, Jr., Joe to everyone, passed away on November 24, 2020 in Palm City, FL.
He was the beloved husband of 38 years to Cindy Jones Skovran, the beloved father to Jason Skovran and the beloved grandfather to Abigail Skovran “Her Bumpy”.

He is also survived by his mother Ima Jean Skovran, his brother Jeff Skovran and his sister Jeni Skovran all residing in Tennessee, along with several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Lawrence J. Skovran, Sr.

He is also survived by his local family, his in-laws that were like a second family to him for 38 years. Mary and Sydney Jones, Laura and Jeff Rastrelli, Syd and Tina Jones all from Palm City, FL. As well as nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.

Joe was born in Detroit, MI on May 23, 1960. His family moved to the Buffalo, NY area, he spent his teenage years there. In 1978 his family moved to Homestead, FL where he graduated high school. The next move was to Martin County in 1979 where he remained until his passing.

Joe loved his sports. Baseball (Detroit Tigers), football (Buffalo Bills), basketball (Miami Heat), hockey (Buffalo Sabres), Jai-Alai and most of all he loved to play and coach softball. He coached and played softball in Martin County for over 25 years.

The only thing Joe loved more than sports, depending on the day 😊, was his family and spending time with his son and granddaughter “His Baby Dumpin’”.

He started his career in banking in high school and retired from Seacoast Bank of Stuart, FL in 2016 when his health declined.

Joe’s passing has left an empty space in our hearts. He will be dearly missed. He was loved more than words can say. 💙

Ronald M Caudell - SEPTEMBER 27, 1950 – NOVEMBER 17, 2020

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Ronald M Caudell - SEPTEMBER 27, 1950 – NOVEMBER 17, 2020 Ronald Michael Caudell, 70, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, left this world to be with his Savior on November 17, 2020. He was the husband of Julie Anne Caudell and the son of the late Everett Eugene Caudell and Jimmie Ivester. He was a Marine and served in combat during the Vietnam War, eventually being promoted to the rank of Sergeant. On his return from the war in 1974, he became a Police Officer for the City of Tampa.

Eventually, he came to the Treasure Coast serving as an Officer, Detective, Sergeant, and then was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant with the Port St. Lucie Police Department. During his service as an Officer, he faced many challenges including being shot in the line of duty while protecting another Officer. True to his nature, he recovered and went back to work until his retirement in 2014.

Surviving, in addition to his wife, are his daughter Andrea Reid (Brandon) of Simpsonville, SC; his son Adrian Caudell (Christin) of Port St. Lucie, Fl; his daughter Kimberly Caudell of Port St. Lucie, Fl; beloved grandchildren: Alexis, Amber, and Adam Reid of Simpsonville, SC, and Evan and Lauren Caudell of Port St. Lucie, Fl; and his sister Glenda McClure (Willie) of Port St. Lucie, Fl.

A memorial mass will be held at St. Bernadette Catholic Church in St. Lucie West on Monday, November 23, 2020 at 11:30 am. Memorials may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in honor of Ronald.

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Surviving, in addition to his wife, are his daughter Andrea Reid (Brandon) of Simpsonville, SC; his son Adrian Caudell (Christin) of Port St. Lucie, Fl; his daughter Kimberly Caudell of Port St. Lucie, Fl; beloved grandchildren: Alexis, Amber, and Adam Reid of Simpsonville, SC, and Evan and Lauren Caudell of Port St. Lucie, Fl; and his sister Glenda McClure (Willie) of Port St. Lucie, Fl.

Michael James Duffy Sr. - FEBRUARY 5, 1950 – NOVEMBER 17, 2020

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Michael James Duffy Sr. - FEBRUARY 5, 1950 – NOVEMBER 17, 2020 Michael J. Duffy, Sr, 70, of Port St. Lucie, FL, passed peacefully on Tuesday, 11/17/2020, at St. Lucie Medical Center.

Michael was born in Bronx, NY, and moved to Barnegat, NJ (1975). Michael served his community as a well-respected member of the Barnegat Township Police Department from 1976-2006, when he retired as a Detective Sgt, and relocated to Port St. Lucie. He is remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother (both blood and Blue), and uncle. He was happiest spending time with his family and friends, and was regarded as a prolific storyteller. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

He is predeceased by his parents, James V. & Mary A. Duffy of Brick, NJ; sisters Maureen A. Duffy, Bronx; Patricia M. Kraft of Barnegat and brother-in-law, Dennis M. Bliss, of Howell.

He is survived by his loving wife Sherry A. Duffy; sons Michael J. Duffy, Jr (wife Shana Weldon & granddaughters, Brynn and Keira Duffy) of Pleasantville, NY & Brian C. Duffy of Las Vegas, NV; sisters Geraldine (and husband, Michael) Colangelo, of Barnegat; Mary Duffy (spouse, Debrah Morante) of Island Heights, NJ; Christine Duffy of Howell, NJ; Veronica Bliss of Howell; Kathy Duffy of Howell; brothers Vincent (wife Patricia) Duffy of Toms River, NJ; Matthew (wife Sloan) Duffy of Sanford, NC; also survived by his wife’s family in NJ & FL, numerous nieces and nephews, and his dogs, Diesel & Chloe.

Visitation to be held at Aycock Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie, Saturday, 11/21/2020, 11a-2p. Future memorial service to be held in NJ at a date TBD.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.aycockportstlucie.com for the Duffy family.

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He is predeceased by his parents, James V. & Mary A. Duffy of Brick, NJ; sisters Maureen A. Duffy, Bronx; Patricia M. Kraft of Barnegat and brother-in-law, Dennis M. Bliss, of Howell.

He is survived by his loving wife Sherry A. Duffy; sons Michael J. Duffy, Jr (wife Shana Weldon & granddaughters, Brynn and Keira Duffy) of Pleasantville, NY & Brian C. Duffy of Las Vegas, NV; sisters Geraldine (and husband, Michael) Colangelo, of Barnegat; Mary Duffy (spouse, Debrah Morante) of Island Heights, NJ; Christine Duffy of Howell, NJ; Veronica Bliss of Howell; Kathy Duffy of Howell; brothers Vincent (wife Patricia) Duffy of Toms River, NJ; Matthew (wife Sloan) Duffy of Sanford, NC; also survived by his wife’s family in NJ & FL, numerous nieces and nephews, and his dogs, Diesel & Chloe.

Dan Augmund Jenkins Sr. - September 03, 1942 - November 16, 2020

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Dan Augmund Jenkins Sr. - September 03, 1942 - November 16, 2020 Dan Augmund Jenkins, Sr. , 78, passed away November 16, 2020, while a resident in the Memory Care Unit at Jensen Dunes, Jensen Beach, Florida. He had endured Alzheimer's disease for some eleven years.

Born September 3, 1942 in Jacksonville, Florida, the son of Oliver Augmund and Lynn McCall Jenkins. Dan graduated from Admiral Farragut Academy in 1960 and Florida Southern College in 1964. He proudly served in the U.S Army, Military Police in the Panama Canal Zone for two years. Dan was a senior underwriter for the FTBA and Amcomp self insurance companies in the State of Florida; and he was a member of the First Methodist Church of Stuart, Florida.

Married thirty-six years, Dan is survived by the love of his life, wife Pat Christopher Jenkins of Stuart, and sons Dan Augmund Jenkins, Jr. of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, John Collins Jenkins, Jacksonville, their mother Jonnie Collins Jenkins, Jacksonville, and stepdaughter Shannon Boyle of Stuart.

Also, Dan is survived by his loving and devoted siblings, Archie (Penny), Tim (Pat), and sister Rory Jenkins of Jacksonville, and grandchildren, Mason, Jade, Ryder and Lauren Jenkins, step-granddaughter Madison Wilson, and many nieces and nephews.

A graveside service with family only will be at a later date in Jacksonville, Florida. Stuart’s Treasure Coast Seawinds Funeral Home is handling arrangements. In lieu of flowers you may consider a donation to the Alzheimer’s Association, 850 N.W Federal Hwy. Ste. 120, Stuart, FL 34994.

Rita A. Rooker - October 04, 1934 - November 15, 2020

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Rita A. Rooker - October 04, 1934 - November 15, 2020 Rita Ann Rooker (Mayotte), 86, passed away on Sunday, November 15th in Stuart, Florida from natural causes.

Born in Flint, Michigan, to Dorothy and Francis Mayotte, Rita was the oldest of 3 kids, and the only girl.

Sociable and sharp-witted, she excelled at English, Penmanship, and Spelling while also partaking in numerous social clubs. Rita met her husband Herb at the Hi-Ho Dance in Bay City Michigan. She often remarked how she was close to not going out that night; but when her friends convinced her to tag along, she ended up being forever grateful for that. They dated for 5 years before Herb proposed on leave from the Navy. They married on May 5th, 1956; and soon after they started a family. A mother to 5 children all close in age - Joseph, James, Jeffrey, John and Kathryn - Rita would say “If I had a dollar for every time they asked me why I named all my kids with “J’s” but for one, I’d be a millionaire.”

After raising their children, Rita and Herb migrated to Stuart, Florida; where Rita went on to be President of her park, Leisure Village for 15+ years.

Rita is survived by her husband Herb, her 5 children, her brother Richard, as well as 11 grandchildren and a great many beloved friends. She will be fondly remembered by those who knew her for love of reading, games, writing letters, and the QVC.

Due to the pandemic, a funeral is postponed at this time. Anyone wishing to reach out to Herb or the family, please direct your outreach to: RitaRookerMemoriam@gmail.com

Patricia Joyce Charest - AUGUST 22, 1943 – NOVEMBER 15, 2020

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Patricia Joyce Charest - AUGUST 22, 1943 – NOVEMBER 15, 2020 Patricia J. (Parker) Charest RN, 77, beloved wife of 54 years to Roger Charest of St. Lucie, Florida passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 15, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.
Born on August 22, 1943 in Fall River, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of Milton Parker. She developed the love of sailing, reading and music from her father. She had fond memories of sailing on Watuppa Pond over many childhood summers. She also had a love of sewing and a passion for shoes which helped define her unique self.

Patty attended Truesdale Nursing School in Fall River, Massachusetts. She was an amazing nurse to so many over the 30 years at Martin Memorial Hospital in Stuart FL where she developed life-long friendship with nurses who became family.

Patty is survived by husband – Roger Charest, daughter, Debbie (Charest) Hogsten and her husband Woodie, son-Richard Charest and son-Todd Charest and his wife Susan and all her grandchildren, Kaitlyn Saliba, Trevor Hogsten, Wesley Hogsten, Addison Charest, Andrew Charest, Noah Charest and predeceased by granddaughter, Hannah Charest. Patty’s great-grandchildren are Emerson and Owen Saliba; Sister-in-Law-Doris Minor (predeceased by brother-in-law John Minor), niece Caroline Furtado (husband, Mark Furtado), nephews Christopher Minor and Greg Minor (wife, Laurie Minor).

She was an active Mom and Memere’ who loved her family dearly and was involved in each of their lives. She attended sport games (was known to be the “score keeper” at many baseball games), attended holy sacraments/celebrations/graduations and was always there to care for anyone within a moment’s notice.

Patty was a fierce competitor in tennis and enjoyed playing weekly with her friends and making an annual pilgrimage to Biscayne Bay in Miami for the tournament. She was an amazing sewer who was the “fixer” of many pieces of clothing - her latest project included creating colorful masks for all those who needed them. Patty and Roger enjoyed many a world travel and happy hour with Roger and their dear friends every Friday evening - this was always a bright spot to her.

A Funeral Mass is being planned to be held at a future time. Those who wish to remember Patty in a special way, can contribute to St Jude (https://www.stjude.org/donate/donate-to-st-jude.html) or Treasure Coast Hospice (https://www.treasurehealth.org/292/Donate)

Patty’s affectious joy will be missed – however her love will endure and it will be carried in the hearts of all those who had the honor of meeting such a beautiful soul.

Yolandra Y. Cobb - OCTOBER 29, 1973 – NOVEMBER 14, 2020

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Yolandra Y. Cobb - OCTOBER 29, 1973 – NOVEMBER 14, 2020 Yolandra Y. Cobb was born on October 29, 1973 in South Hill, VA and passed away on November 14, 2020 in Weston, FL and is under the care of Aycock at Tradition.

Celebration of Life will be held on November 19, 2020 at 10:00 am at Aycock at Tradition, 12571 Tradition Parkway, Port St. Lucie, FL.

Jean Lucille Nadeau - March 29, 1939 - November 14, 2020

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Jean Lucille Nadeau - March 29, 1939 - November 14, 2020 It is with great sadness we announce Jean Lucille (Gauthier) Nadeau passed away at her home in Hobe Sound, Florida on Saturday, November 14, 2020 after a two year battle with ovarian cancer. Born March 29, 1939, Jean was a devoted partner in both life and business to Joseph Nadeau. Together they successfully owned and operated Manchester Molding and Mfg. Co. in Manchester, Connecticut since 1967. Jean was born in Ft. Ringgold, Texas to Clarence E. Gauthier and Izola (Pullium) Tracy.

Jean is survived by her husband Joseph, son Donald Nadeau of Bolton, Connecticut, daughter Nancy Griffin and her husband Allan of South Windsor, Connecticut, daughter Deborah Laflamme and her husband Frank of Stuart, Florida, daughter Joanne Scanlon and her husband John of Glastonbury, Connecticut. She adored her eight grandchildren: Daniel Griffin who passed away in 2002, Jason Griffin, Vanessa Griffin, Michael Scanlon, Joseph Scanlon, Cheryl Nadeau, Benjamin Laflamme, and Lisa Laflamme. Jean is survived by sisters Geneva Lariviere of Conroe, Texas, Joan Schmidt and her husband Robert of Albuquerque, New Mexico. She was predeceased by her sister Jane Bono and brother Douglas Tracy. Jean also cherished many nieces and nephews.

Jean loved spending time with her family at their summer home in Jamestown, Rhode Island, where she enjoyed boating, fishing, and playing Scrabble on the deck overlooking Narragansett Bay. She loved traveling with family and friends and going to the casino where she was incredibly lucky! Jean was a talented pianist, loved to read and cook and enjoyed golfing with her many dear friends.

The family would like to thank the incredible care provided by Treasure Coast Hospice. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to this wonderful organization in her memory: Treasure Coast Hospice of Stuart, Florida, General Patient Care Division at www.treasurehealth.org. Memorial donations can also be sent to Daniel J. Griffin Memorial Foundation, PO Box 711, South Windsor, Connecticut 06074. A memorial service will be scheduled at a later date.

Hyacinth I. Kuismi - DECEMBER 23, 1926 – NOVEMBER 11, 2020

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Hyacinth I. Kuismi - DECEMBER 23, 1926 – NOVEMBER 11, 2020 Hyacinth I. Kuismi was born on December 23, 1926 and passed away on November 11, 2020 in Port St. Lucie, FL and is under the care of Aycock at Tradition.

Visitation will be held on November 21, 2020 at 1:30 pm at Aycock at Tradition, 12571 Tradition Parkway, Port St. Lucie, FL. Funeral Service will be held on November 21, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Aycock at Tradition, 12571 Tradition Parkway, Port St. Lucie, FL.

Toni M. Gray - October 19, 1964 - November 10, 2020

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Toni M. Gray - October 19, 1964 - November 10, 2020 Toni M Gray (nee Giorgianni) age 56 yrs. of Stuart, Florida, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, surrounded by her loving family.

Beloved wife of Richard. Cherished daughter of Martha and the late Tony Giorgianni. Loving mother of Stacey Diehl (Nick) and Shawn Gray. Dear sister of Linda Giorgianni-Apetz (Edward), Sandi Gray (Bob), Joanne Salvatore (Joe), and her twin sister Lisa Cornell (Todd). Loving grandmother of Lucy and Clara. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Toni was raised in Gibbstown, New Jersey and graduated from Paulsboro H.S., class of 1982.

She moved to Florida and became active with the New Beginnings Community Church where she enjoyed traveling with the church missions. She enjoyed playing golf, dancing, fishing, trips to the beach, and above all spending time with her grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Wednesday evening from 6 PM to 8 PM at the LANDOLFI FUNERAL HOME, 300 W. Broad Street, Paulsboro. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday morning 10:30 am at St. Clare of Assisi Parish, St. Michael's Church, Memorial Ave, Gibbstown, NJ. For those that can't attend Mass please visit stclarenj.org for live streaming. Interment will follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Swedesboro, New Jersey.

In lieu of flowers, Contributions as a memorial may be made to New Beginnings Community Church, P.O. Box 514, Port Salerno, Fl 34992.

To express condolences, please visit www.landolfifuneralhome.com AS A GENTLE REMINDER , due to current Government regulations, everyone is required to wear masks and social distance while in the building. There are capacity limitations, only 30 people may be permitted inside at one time including family and staff. Thank you for your understanding.

Therese K Bober - OCTOBER 11, 1926 – NOVEMBER 10, 2020

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Therese K Bober - OCTOBER 11, 1926 – NOVEMBER 10, 2020 Therese K Bober was born October 11, 1926 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Francis and Marianne Kowalski and passed away at home on November 10, 2020 in Lake Worth, Florida.

Therese grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She attended St. Adalbert’s Catholic school and St. Mary’s Academy. She is pre-deceased by her husband, Alvin; grandson, Yuri; granddaughter, Maxine; son-in-law, Lucho and 12 siblings. She is survived by brother, Victor; children Maxine; Jennifer (Seth); Bernard (Diane); Michelle (Antonio R); Roger (Victoria); Chester; Andrew (Cait); 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

Therese married Alvin on November 28, 1946. They lived in Milwaukee until 1990. Therese worked various jobs throughout the years, her favorite was as a Crossing Guard for the city of Milwaukee. They moved to St. Lucie Falls community in Stuart, Florida in 1990. Therese was an active member in the community. She and Alvin co-chaired the Christmas Families group for over 10 years. She was also a member of the quilting group that met on Mondays in the clubhouse. While in this group she made close to 100 quilts for charity. She loved to make quilts for children because she felt every child needs to have a blankie!

In Stuart, she was a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and St. Andrew’s Catholic Church. She moved to Lake Worth, Florida in 2018 to live with her daughter, Michelle.

Therese always loved learning new things. She and Alvin went to many elder hostels within the United States. She always came home with stories of new learning experiences and new friends they had met. Although she was born long before most technology, she tried to keep up with it. She even had a Facebook page!

Donations in Therese K Bober’s memory can be made to Smile Train/ Cleft lip and Palate Children’s Charity; or American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults.

Domenico DiFede - February 18, 1960 - November 07, 2020

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Domenico DiFede - February 18, 1960 - November 07, 2020 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our Beloved Husband, Son, Father and Brother, Domenico “Mimmo” DiFede. Mimmo transitioned surrounded by his loving family at home on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

Mimmo was born February 18, 1960 in Palermo, Sicily, to parents Angelina and Matteo DiFede (deceased 2001). He lived a life surrounded by extended family in the Corso dei Mille Roccella neighborhood, where everyone was a cugino or cugina, a life enriched by our Catholic faith and family values.

In Palermo, Mimmo met the love of his life, Rosalia, at age 15. They married in October 1980 and celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this year. Mimmo and Rosalia were avid travelers and enjoyed many voyages through Europe, visiting family in all areas of Italy, and cruise vacations.

Mimmo and Rosalia established many restaurants during the course of their marriage, both in New Jersey and Florida, and they currently operate La Forchetta in Stuart, Florida. Mimmo and Rosalia employed hundreds of staff and many fond memories were made as they treated everyone as family.

Mimmo often volunteered his time at the Palm City Nursing Home, just sitting and talking with the residents as well as other local organizations which are too numerous to count. Mimmo was an avid hunter and also enjoyed many other outdoor activities.

Mimmo is survived by his wife, Rosalia DiFede, and his children Ritamaria and Alfio Trovato, Francesca and GianLuca DiFede and Matthew DiFede; his grandchildren Luca DiFede, Alexa DiFede and Nicolas Trovato; his mother, Angela Vasto; his brothers and sisters Giuseppe and Joan (Behnke) DiFede, Alessandro and Catherine (Sciacca) DiFede, Patrizia and Roberto Gualario; and Concetta DiFede Sanfratello; and leaves behind his brother-in-law Giovanni and Angela Sanfratello; and many more family members.

Visitation will be on Wednesday, November 11th at 4:00pm-6:00pm at the Treasure Coast Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, 950 SE Monterey Road, Stuart.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, November 12th at 10:00am at Saint Andrew’s Catholic Church, 2100 SE Cove Road, Stuart.

The funeral procession will begin immediately after the Mass from Saint Andrew’s Catholic Church making a brief stop at La Forchetta Restaurant. Interment will be at Forest Hills Memorial Park, 2001 SW Murphy Rd, Palm City, Florida.

Due to ongoing pandemic restrictions, in lieu of flowers the family kindly requests, contributions as a memorial may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital https://www.stjude.org/donate

The DiFede family is grateful to the Treasure Coast Hospice for their kind guidance. We thank the community of Stuart and Palm City for their endless prayers of support, love and affection.

Nicole C Rupp - May 05, 1989 - November 04, 2020

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Nicole C Rupp - May 05, 1989 - November 04, 2020 Nicole Christine Rupp, age 31, of Stuart, Florida died unexpectedly on November 4, 2020. To be interred with Nicole is her premature infant daughter, Savannah Nicole.

Born Nicole Janocsko in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on May 5, 1989 she is the daughter of Jeff Janocsko and Christine Erwin. She was raised in Port St. Lucie and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She attended St. Anastasia Catholic School and graduated from John Carroll High School in Fort Pierce.

She was an adventurous kid who enjoyed camping, snow skiing, horseback riding, boating and cheerleading. She loved to travel and made friends everywhere she went. She was always careful never to leave anyone out, especially her younger siblings.

Nicole married her high-school sweetheart, Alex. Together they loved the outdoors and enjoyed hunting, fishing, boating, gardening, and time at the beach or park with family and friends. She was extremely creative and could often be found drawing, sketching, doing arts and crafts with her son, and making personal gifts for others. She was extremely creative in the kitchen and a talented cook. She was a born party-planner. Her lively spirit turned the simplest life events into the most grand, memorable occasions! One can only imagine the size of her Pinterest and Etsy boards!

All Nicole wanted out of life was to be a mom. Her son, Dylan, was the light of her life. They loved spending time at the Children's Museum, Florida Oceanographic Society, and any zoo. Surrounded by a sisterhood of other young moms and girlfriends, she loved the playdates where they’d share the latest news about baby milestones, take walks, and spend time watching their children play at Indian Riverside Park.

Nicole was living her best life as a wife and mother. She was a beacon of light to everyone who knew her. She had a beautiful laugh and a compassionate heart. She was the best Big Sister, both fun-loving and protective; always willing to lend an ear and never afraid to rein them in when needed. She was the most genuine daughter, sister, wife, mother, and friend.

Nicole is survived by her husband, Alex Rupp; 2-year old son, Dylan Jeffrey; father, Jeff Janocsko (stepmother Kathy Post-Janocsko); mother, Christine Erwin (stepfather Todd Erwin); sister, Natalie Janocsko, and siblings Max Erwin, Kassia Janocsko, and Joshua Janocsko; maternal grandparents, Dorothy Zink (Dottie); paternal grandparents, Robert (Butch) and Rosemary Burke; step-grandparents, Bob and ‘Butch’ Post and Pauline Erwin; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and a circle of loving friends. She adored animals, especially her 2 dogs, Sargeant and Scarlet, and cat, Chilly.

Family and friends may pay their respects at the Forest Hills Memorial Park and Chapel, 2001 SW Murphy Road, Palm City, Florida. A Meeting of Friends will be held between 2PMPM and 6PMPM on Friday, November 13, 2020. Funeral Services will be held at 10:00AM on Saturday, November 14, 2020. A private graveside service for the family will immediately follow.

ZOOM LINK The service will also be available via Zoom using the following information. Please click the link below and a window will open the live Zoom feed. If prompted to enter a meeting ID, please use the number listed below. Please turn off your video and microphone for the service.

Joyce Hardiman - DECEMBER 19, 1934 – NOVEMBER 4, 2020

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Joyce Hardiman - DECEMBER 19, 1934 – NOVEMBER 4, 2020 Joyce Freake Hardiman December 19, 1934 – November 4, 2020 ( 85 )
Obituary It is with great sadness that the family of the late Joyce Freake Hardiman, age 85 years, of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, announces her passing at Palm Gardens of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, November 4, 2020

Preceded in death by her devoted husband Lawrence, daughter Sue, brothers Harvey, Gordon, sisters Ina, Rita, Stella, Charlotte and Mary.

Joyce was the youngest of 9 children, born December 19, 1934 to Obed & Elizabeth Freake, Boyd’s Cove NL. She met Larry Hardiman, who was in the US Air Force stationed in Gander while working at the Gander Airport, NL. They were married 55 years before his passing, January 5, 2009.

Survivors include her son, Lawrence O. Hardiman and wife Diane of Port Saint Lucie, FL; daughter, Deborah Haun and husband Daniel of Columbia, SC, Allen Heine, son-in-law of Dunnellon, FL; brother, Donald Freake of Boyd’s Cove NL, sister-in-law Irene Ledford and husband Emory of Harrisburg, Indiana; six grandchildren; Daniel, Amanda, David, Stephen, Tyler and David with wife Heather and great-grand son Asher as well as a large circle of extended family and friends.

Joyce enjoyed going to church, singing in the choir and cooking for everyone. She enjoyed her family and friends, always opened her home for visitors near and far, and loved sharing stories of the ways of her homeland, Newfoundland.

Funeral Service will be held on November 15, 2020 at 3:00pm at Aycock Funeral Home, 1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port Saint Lucie, FL.

Committal Service will be held on November 16, 2020 at 12:30pm at The Florida National Cemetery, 6502 SW 102nd Ave. Bushnell, FL.

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Survivors include her son, Lawrence O. Hardiman and wife Diane of Port Saint Lucie, FL; daughter, Deborah Haun and husband Daniel of Columbia, SC, Allen Heine, son-in-law of Dunnellon, FL; brother, Donald Freake of Boyd’s Cove NL, sister-in-law Irene Ledford and husband Emory of Harrisburg, Indiana; six grandchildren; Daniel, Amanda, David, Stephen, Tyler and David with wife Heather and great-grand son Asher as well as a large circle of extended family and friends.

Preceded in death by her devoted husband Lawrence, daughter, Sue, brothers, Harvey, Gordon, sisters, Ina, Rita, Stella, Charlotte and Mary.

Yvonne Mae Cade - APRIL 29, 1929 – NOVEMBER 4, 2020

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Yvonne Mae Cade - APRIL 29, 1929 – NOVEMBER 4, 2020 Yvonne Mae Cade was born on April 29, 1929 in Kenton, Ohio and passed away on November 4, 2020 in Port St. Lucie, Florida and is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home.
Visitation will be held on November 9, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Aycock Funeral Home, 505 South Federal Highway, Stuart, FL. Funeral Service will be held on November 9, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Aycock Funeral Home, 505 South Federal Highway, Stuart, FL. Committal Service will be held on November 9, 2020 at 3:00 pm at Fernhill Memorial Gardens & Mausoleum, 1501 South Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL.

James Harrison Deal - April 04, 1937 - November 01, 2020

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James Harrison Deal - April 04, 1937 - November 01, 2020 James Harrison Deal Jr. 83, passed away Sunday November 1, 2020, in Stuart, Florida. A resident of Port Saint Lucie, Florida since 1999, coming from Chesapeake, Virginia.

Jim was born in Norfolk, Va. to James Harrison Deal Sr. and Ella Warren Harrell Deal. He graduated from Maury High School. After graduating Jim began his career in plumbing, continuing his education at night school earning his Master Plumbing certification, specializing in commercial plumbing. He spent his career working on large government projects, prisons and large construction sites.

Left behind to miss him is his wife of 25 years, Maryann Godfrey Deal. In addition, his son, James H. Deal III, his step-children, Robert Hooks of Chesapeake Va., Harry (Skip) Ewing (Angela) of Crystal River FL., Michael Ewing (Marsha) of Stuart, FL. Deborah Ewing (Rickee) of Shermans Dale, PA., Nephews, Mark Hudgins of Norfolk, VA., Glenn Hudgins (Celia) of Carrsville, VA., and several grand-children and great grand-children.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Alice Warren Deal and Carrol Deal Hudgins.

A gentle giant by nature, Jim was not much of a talker but when he did talk, we listened. He had a big heart and a sharp mind. He loved his old westerns and war movies. He loved to “tinker” in his garage and ride his scooter cleaning up the yard. But his favorite activity was feeding treats to and tossing toys for his beloved toy poodle, Toby.

Arrangements are under the caring service of Treasure Coast Seawinds Funeral Home in Stuart, Florida.

A celebration of Life service will be held on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 11:00 am at Covenant Fellowship Baptist Church, located at 2880 SE Aster Lane, Stuart, Florida, with Pastor Matt Price presiding. If planning on attending, please wear mask.

We would like to thank the staff at Salerno Bay Health and Rehabilitation Center and Hospice of the Treasure Coast for the loving care Jim received, especially Nurse Corliss who went above and beyond. God Bless you all.

Patricia Hodapp Cone - JUNE 22, 1933 – NOVEMBER 1, 2020

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Patricia Hodapp Cone - JUNE 22, 1933 – NOVEMBER 1, 2020 Patricia “Patsy” Hodapp Cone Stuart, FL

Patsy Cone died peacefully in her sleep on November 1, 2020. Born on June 22, 1933, in her family home in Palm City, FL, she grew up with a love and joy for caring for family and friends. She welcomed everyone with a sweet, feisty Southern hospitality and a giving heart which made her well-loved by all, including her husband of 65 years, and the love of her life W.F. Cone. They were married on June 21, 1952 in the rectory of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She had a deep faith and was a member of St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church. She worked for over a decade at First National Bank and Trust as a teller in the main branch. She traveled throughout Europe with her sister Margie Glass and sister-in-law Thelma “CB” Hodapp but loved the summer family vacations in the FL Keys the best.

Pasty Cone is survived by her daughter Rhonda Glass, son and daughter-in-law Frankie Cone and Helen Cone, grandchildren, great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her husband W.F. Cone; mother and father Marguerite and Bernard Hodapp; brothers Bernard Hodapp Jr., Jack Hodapp, Herbert Hodapp, Robert Hodapp and sisters Margie Glass, Winnie Langford and Dorothy Hammond.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, November 6, 2020 at 1pm at Fern Hill Memorial Gardens, Stuart. Arrangements are by Aycock Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please send Memorial Contributions to John Paul II Healing Center, Memory of Pasty Cone, 2910 Kerry Forest Pkwy #D4-344 Tallahassee, FL 32309; www.jpiihealingcenter.org

Jose Antonio Valentin Amaro - JUNE 9, 1955 – OCTOBER 27, 2020

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Jose Antonio Valentin Amaro - JUNE 9, 1955 – OCTOBER 27, 2020 Jose Antonio Valentin Amaro passed away on October 27, 2020 at Tradition hospital in Port St Lucie, Florida. Jose was born on June 9, 1955 in Guayama, Puerto Rico. He was the son of Candido Valentin and Santo Amaro.

He is survived by his children Jose Valentin, Luis Valentin, Marysabel Garcia, and Francisca Valentin. His 10 grandchildren whom he loved dearly Brianna, Jonathan, David, Melody, Cailyn, Luis Jr, Alex, Neveah, Savannah, and Tristan,

He was loved and will be greatly missed!!

Dwane Culbreth Daniel - FEBRUARY 14, 1948 – OCTOBER 26, 2020

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Dwane Culbreth Daniel - FEBRUARY 14, 1948 – OCTOBER 26, 2020 Dwane was born and raised in Tallahassee, Florida with his Father, Stephen, Mother, Sandie and Sister, Marsha. He attended Leon High School and Florida State University. He was passionate about fishing, hunting when he was younger and college football, especially his team, Florida State.

Dwane was a seasoned Realtor/Broker and loved his work. He made an amazing name for himself in the community. He was so knowledgeable about acreage and was often looked upon for advice and history of the property. He was truly a walking encyclopedia when it came to real estate.

When Dwane met Linda, he was a commercial broker at Coldwell Banker. After working together for about six months, a romance bloomed. One day, while he was cleaning the vase he kept on his desk with fresh flowers, he asked Linda if she would like the vase. On their first date, Dwane told Linda that he loved her and would marry her one day. Six years later, that happened and was a magical day. Their wedding song was by Climax Blues Band, I Love You!

He gladly embraced Gregory, 14 and Katie, 5 and did a phenomenal job of raising them. He adored his three granddaughters, Emma, 5, Addy 4 and Ava 1. They told him all the time that he was the “Best Papa in the Whole Wide World”.

Dwane was the cook, whether he was in the kitchen, barbequing or grilling. He was an awesome chef and loved to entertain. While in his company you felt so welcomed and loved. He enjoyed a premium whiskey and a good cigar. He would walk his dog Judy several times a day and loved her unconditionally. She was fully trained by him and was extremely obedient, never wanting to disappoint him.

He touched so many lives and hearts. He will be remembered for his kindness, compassion and brilliance, but most of all, his love and respect he held for his wife, Linda. He was the most romantic gentleman and made sure Linda knew she was adored by him. He called her, his Tinkerbell! They worked together for 15 years as partners and enjoyed every minute of every day.

Florine Elma Hartman-JANUARY 13, 1927 – OCTOBER 19, 2020

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Florine Elma Hartman-JANUARY 13, 1927 – OCTOBER 19, 2020On the morning of Monday 19th October, Florine Hartman passed away peacefully in her sleep at Martin Memorial Hospital at the age of 93.

Born in on 13th January 1927, she was the second of four children born to Homer and Esther Hobdy in Eden, Texas.

During World War 2, she moved to San Antonio Texas where she met and married Charles E Slocum of Stuart, Florida. At the end of the war they settled back in Stuart, where they raised their two children Charles Slocum, Jr., and Carol Slocum. The marriage ended in divorce.

In 1974 Florine married Ralph Hartman, Jr., beginning a romance that took them on travels all over the world and blended her family of two children with Ralph’s six children. They were residents of Sewall’s Point for several decades, later moving to Snug Harbor until Ralph’s passing in 2001. Florine lived the rest of her days in Yacht & Country Club.

Wherever she lived Florine developed many enduring friendships, not least among groups she was involved with. She was also a REALTOR and an expert seamstress. She developed deep experience in needlepoint and embroidery as a longtime member of the Sailfish Stitchery group.

Florine is survived by her two children, Charles Slocum, Carol Forster of Orlando, three grandchildren, Charles, James and Joelle Forster, and five step children, Kay Baker, Ralph Hartman III, Ricou Hartman, Steven Hartman and Peter Hartman, as well as ten grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren.

A ceremony of remembrance will be held at the Hartman Family Bench at Fernhill Memorial Gardens, located at 1501 Kanner Highway, Stuart, FL, on Saturday 7th November, 2020 at 1.00 PM, during which her ashes will be placed in the Hartman family bench. Face masks will be provided for those who do not bring their own. Due COVID-19 considerations, a memorial luncheon will be held at a later date, to be announced.

Marvin A Markowitz - FEBRUARY 24, 1933 – OCTOBER 17, 2020

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Marvin A Markowitz - FEBRUARY 24, 1933 – OCTOBER 17, 2020 Marvin (Mark) Markowitz Feb 24, 1933 - Oct 17, 2020
Marvin was born in Brooklyn, New York. Marvin’s mother died when he was fifteen months old, his father when he was seven years old. He met his wife, Frances, when she was 14, he 15, and they married when he was 21.

Marvin was a union iron worker and certified welder.

They raised their family in Merrick, Long Island, NY. They have two children, Mark, married to Cynthia, and Debra, married to John. He also leaves behind his beloved grandchildren, Sarah, Aaron and Casey.

Marvin and Frances moved to Florida in 1994 and never regretted the decision. They made many friends in the line- dancing community and Marvin visited the St. Lucie Shooting Center almost daily. He loved old movies, dogs, his guns, cowboy hats, fancy belt buckles, country Western music, and his family. He made everyone feel at home, and that they were appreciated.

He was “the Mayor,” making friends wherever he went, and he was much loved by many. His antics and smile will be missed.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:

Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation

1201 SE Indian Street | Stuart, FL 34997

www.treasurehealth.org/donate

Barbara Mae Alesi - February 28, 1943 - October 17, 2020

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Barbara Mae Alesi - February 28, 1943 - October 17, 2020 Obituary will be posted later upon family approval. In the meantime, please write condolences on our website.

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Frederick O Rieger - February 25, 1939 - April 29, 2019

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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

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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

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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.