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Antoinette Tisi

Sep 02, 1933 - Nov 28, 2023

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Palm Coast, FL

Antoinette Tisi of Palm Coast, Florida, passed away on November 28, 2023. Born on September 2, 1933, in the Bronx, New York, she lived a remarkable 90 years, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew her. Antoinette, affectionately known as "Sissy," was a beloved sister, aunt, godmother, and friend. Her warmth, kindness, and unwavering love enriched the lives of those fortunate enough to be part of her world. Through the years, she built strong connections with family and friends, ...Read More

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Robert Michael Campbell

Apr 16, 1947 - Feb 26, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

Robert Michael “Mike” Campbell passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in Palm Coast, FL, on Monday, February 26, 2024, at the age of 76.Born in New Rochelle, NY on April 16, 1947, he was the son of Albert and Margaret (Collins) Campbell. His large family that included a sister and six brothers were well-known and active in the community. He was an Iona-lifer matriculating through the trifecta of Iona Grammar School, Iona Preparatory School, and Iona College. Mike was a competitive athlete throughout his life, participating in football and basketball in his youth that carried over to his later passions for golf, tennis, platform tennis and pickle ball. In the summer months of his late teens, he lifeguarded at local beach clubs, where he would eventually meet the love of his life, Patricia “Patsy” Foristel. They were married for 56 years and built a wonderful life together, first in Mamaroneck, NY, and then in Port Chester, NY, where they raised three boys, who were the center of their lives. Mike was a proud and supportive father who rarely, if ever, missed his sons’ many athletic and academic endeavors. He loved rooting for the Jets (reluctantly) and Yankees, creating memories at annual summer vacations in Avalon, NJ, and, above all, being DD to his granddaughter. Following a long career with A.I. Friedman, Mike & Patsy retired to Palm Coast. He enjoyed all that life had to offer in Florida, where he was constantly on the move between activities and helping out his neighbors. In addition to his extended family, Mike’s legacy lives on in the friendships he built and nurtured throughout his years, from the Coveleigh Club to Grand Haven and the various organization he was involved with. He was a “big brother,” a second father, an advocate, a supporter to many. Mike would do anything for “his people.”Mike is survived by his wife, Patsy; their children: Michael, Kevin (and his wife Emily), and Brian (and his partner Keith); his granddaughter Morgan; his sister Margaret “Peggy” Wolff; brothers William, Timothy, Christopher, Brian and Peter Campbell; his many brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews, and godchildren. Mike is preceded in death by his daughter, Margaret; his parents, Albert and Margaret Campbell; and his brother, Albert.Family and friends are coming together for two services and celebration of life gatherings that all are welcome to attend:• Saturday, April 13, 2024: 10:30 a.m. service at Santa Maria del Mar Catholic Church, in Flagler Beach, FL, followed by lunch at The Grand Haven Room, in Palm Coast, FL. • Friday, June 21, 2024: 11:00 a.m. service at St. Gregory’s Church, in Harrison, NY, followed by lunch at The Rye Roadhouse, in Rye, NY. Memorial donations can be made in his name to two charities that were close to his heart: Alzheimer's Association: https://act.alz.org/site/TR/Events/Tributes-AlzheimersChampions?pg=fund&fr_id=1060&pxfid=866336 Tunnel to Towers [Click “Dedicate my donation in honor or in memory of someone” and enter “Mike Campbell” as Honoree]: https://dogood.t2t.org/give/320847/#!/donation/checkout To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Robert Michael "Mike" Campbell, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Yvonne J. Privitera

Aug 02, 1936 - Feb 27, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

Yvonne Johns Privitera: August 2, 1936-February 27, 2024, Yvonne J Privitera born August 2, 1936, to Theodore and Ida Lee Johns.She is predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Joe R Muse, Sr.; husband Mel Privitera; daughter, Pamela; sons, Michael and Christopher; brothers, Loren Johns, Ted Johns; and sister, Mary Bess Brenner.Surviving is her son, Joe R. Muse, Jr and daughter in law, Darlene; four sisters, Shirley Hunter, Janet Johns, Connie Wilson, and Patricia McAlexander; brother, Larry Johns. Six grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.Graveside service arrangements to be announced at a later date. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Yvonne J. Privitera, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Dudley Frank Stokes

Mar 03, 1925 - Feb 10, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"On the morning of February 10, 2024, Dudley Frank Stokes, born in Westgate-on-Sea, Kent, England on March 3, 1925, passed away at home in Palm Coast, Florida, at the age of 98. Dudley was raised in the United Kingdom and served in the Royal Signal Corps of the British Army towards the end of World War II. After being posted to Gibraltar by the army, in 1947 he married the love of his life, Marylou, to whom he was married for over 70 years, until her passing in March of 2018. In 1955 he crossed the Atlantic on the Queen Elizabeth, travelling with his wife and two young sons. While settling in New York, Long Island, he started his career with Western Electric, working his way up to Senior Engineer, until his retirement in 1987. Dudley and his, now, family of 4 (3 boys and 1 girl) relocated to Maryland in 1965, continuing to work for the same company. Before and after his retirement, he loved playing golf, cards, and cruising with his wife and friends. In his most recent years, he enjoyed listening to audible books, and watching his favorite television shows which included westerns and his familiar British military bands. Most of all, throughout his entire life, his first priority, and what he received the most pleasure from, was spending time together with his wife and family. Dudley is survived by his children, Ronald Stokes and his wife Janeen, of Mont Vernon, New Hampshire; Alan Stokes and his wife Donna, of Palm Coast, Florida; Gary Stokes and his wife, Jennifer of Bel Air, Maryland; and Deborah Shanahan and her husband, Michael of Supply, North Carolina. Dudley had seven grandchildren: Jason Stokes, Samantha Miklaszewski, Kirsten Stokes Egan, Harry Stokes, Allison Stokes, Jason Shanahan and Amy Shanahan Santoro. Dudley also had five great grandchildren, Liam Stokes, Lucy Stokes, Sean Rodriguez, Kayla Rodriguez, and Johnny Rodriguez. Dudley was a model of a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He will be forever remembered in all of our hearts. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a contribution to St. Jude Children\u0027s Research Hospital https://www.stjude.org/ A memorial Mass is being held on Saturday, March 2nd @ 12:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Parkton, Maryland. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to St. Jude’s."

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Mary Bast

Feb 08, 1960 - Feb 21, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"Mary Bast, 64, of Palm Coast, FL died peacefully under hospice care on February 21, 2024. She was born in Jacksonville, FL on February 8, 1960 to Robert and Georgiann (nee Drumb) Kennedy. Mary enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, walking on the beach, shopping, fishing \u0026amp; collecting antiques. She had the most contagious smile. We knew her as a loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt. Mary was preceded in death by her husband Lawrence \u0026quot; Larry \u0026quot; Bast. She is survived by her two children, Robert Jones of Weatherford TX and Elizabeth Cooper of Asheboro NC; her four siblings: brother Kerry (Sharon) Kennedy and sisters Kathy (Andy) Anderson, sister Kandy (Ron) Gill, and Patricia (Frank) Bast Lyman; as well as grandchildren Jaxon Jones of TX; and Branson Cooper, Leena Lamb \u0026amp; Hendrix Fox of NC. She was deeply loved and will be missed by many family and friends around the country. In lieu of flowers, we encourage you to donate in her honor to the Vascular Disease Foundation ( VDF ). Additional information and online donations can be found at: https://www.vascularcures.org/donate Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service of Bunnell, FL is assisting the family with arrangements. www.HeritageFlagler.com"

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Lloyd George Levy

Jan 24, 1933 - Feb 20, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"LIFE OF LLOYD GEORGE LEVY Born to Thaddeus and Victoria Levy, on January 24, 1933, their 3rd son, Lloyd George (Honeyboy) made his entrance into this world, in Kingston, Jamaica.\u0026nbsp; At an early age, he accepted the Lord and got baptized in the SDA church. In 1942 the Levy’s moved to Harkers Hall in St. Catherine. Being the first Seventh-day Adventists there, his mother invited the few neighborhood children to Sabbath School in their home. In the process of time, when a church was formed, Lloyd, being still a teenager, became involved in the worship services and was a very effective Missionary Volunteer (now Adventist Youth Society) leader.\u0026nbsp; At that time, MV meetings always ended with vespers. Every Sabbath, Lloyd closed vespers with the song, ‘Blest be the Tie That Binds’. He was a good example for the younger ones. He attended Sargeantville Elementary School where he received his early education. In later years, he relocated to Kingston, then attended West Indies College in Mandeville where he made many friends and acquaintances. In 1955, Lloyd and Jean met while she was a student at Kingsway High School and they both were members of Kencot SDA Church.\u0026nbsp; Their friendship culminated into marriage on December 30, 1959.\u0026nbsp; From this union they had three children, Sebastian, Sharon (now deceased) and Dahlia Levy Palmer. Lloyd and his family moved from Jamaica to Brooklyn, New York and then on to Queens. While living in New York, they attended the Hanson Place SDA Church of which Lloyd served in many capacities, including being an elder, health and temperance leader, and other areas of service as well.\u0026nbsp; He spent 31 years worshiping and working with the Hanson Place Church family. He was a salesman from Jamaica days and when he relocated to the United States he continued in that line of work and was involved in many areas of the sales field.\u0026nbsp;Being the health-conscious person that he was, he became a vegetarian. This idea led him to mix his love of sales and his healthy lifestyle together which steered him in the direction of opening a vegetarian restaurant and health food store. He introduced vegetarian living to the community in which he served.\u0026nbsp; He not only served hot vegetarian meals and fresh vegetable juices, but he made the vegetarian items available to those he served. Religious books were also available, and he was frequently asked questions as to his beliefs and benefits of vegetarianism.\u0026nbsp; He was a friend to everyone and called everyone his friend. Many of the people in the neighborhood knew him to be a friend to all.\u0026nbsp; He recognized everyone who passed by, waving to them. He did not like the topography of Florida, but finally decided to relocate to Palm Coast with his wife in 2001. Here he found his niche and started working on ideas to enhance the lives of those whom he could help in any and every way. He was influential in many aspects of the functioning of the church.\u0026nbsp; The Palm Coast Church at that time had mostly senior members, so he thought of forming a Senior’s Association, which he did. This association provided many ways of keeping the seniors together. To name a few of the things provided were church programs – on Sabbaths and otherwise – bus trips, banquets, food fairs, concerts, etc. Lloyd was never envious of others but strove to help others to do and be better.\u0026nbsp; He attended West Indies College (now Northern Caribbean University), but was unable to complete his studies. However, he tried to help his brother, Basil, to continue his education. He loved music, both singing and instrumental. Because of this love, he paid for his sister Viviene to take piano lessons. Lloyd always liked gardening and was in his backyard planting all kinds of edible fruit and vegetable products. He possessed a green thumb and a deep connection to the earth. He taught himself the art of gardening, nurturing a wide variety of vegetables and fruits with great skill and dedication. This was his hobby, and he enjoyed the fruit of his labor and shared his harvest with friends and church family. God saw fit to call Lloyd home to be one with the earth in a different sense. He is preceded in death by his parents, Thaddeus \u0026amp; Victoria Levy, his three brothers, Fitzroy, Baron and Basil, and his daughter Sharon. He leaves behind a loving family to cherish his memory, including his wife, Jean Levy; son, Sebastian Levy and daughter-in-law, Pat, daughter, Dahlia Palmer and son-in-law, Pete; sisters, Vivienne McCatty and Norma Priestley (Harry); seven grandchildren, Michelle, Tonya, Lance, Troy, Brianna, Lamar, and Monique; seven great grandchildren, Delancey, Joshua, Benjamin, Kenneth, Alliot and Ethana, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, church family and friends. We will dearly miss our loved one, Lloyd George Levy. May God bless us all, as we await, The Great Reunion!"

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Carlton Russell Blow

Apr 01, 1929 - Feb 12, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"Carlton Russell Blow, 94, passed away at his home on February 12, 2024 in Palm Coast, FL under the care of Gentiva Hospice. He was surrounded by his daughters Karen King, Laurie Fezette and Tammy Becker, as well as long time neighbor and friend, Jackie Navas. Carlton was born on April 1, 1929 in Ellenburg, NY to Merritt and Mary Ann [nee Cook] Blow. Carl met his first wife, Shirley Prevo and was married for 25 years. They raised ten children: Roger (Eileen) Blow, Sister Deborah Blow, Dianne (Daniel) Rabideau, Terry (Amber Herron) Blow, Karen King, Kathy (Bernard) Whalen, Laurie (James) Fezette, Ricky (Missy) Blow, Tim (Laura) Blow, and Tammy Becker. The Lord blessed Carl and Shirley with 23 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Carl loved his grandchildren and great-grandchildren and enjoyed spending time with each and every one of them. After meeting the second love of his life, Joan S. Herring, Carl and Joan were married on May 27, 1983. When they combined families, Donald (Carol) Herring and their children also became a part of the family. Carl will be greatly missed by many generations of family and friends. Heaven has indeed gained another angel... Carl was predeceased by both of his wives, Shirley [nee Prevo] and Joan [nee Herring]; his son-in-law Chris King; and a great-granddaughter, Chloe King. The last of his siblings, Carl outlived all 8 of his brothers and sisters. Carl grew up working on his father\u0027s farm for many years. He also worked on a potato farm and building the St. Lawerence Seaway. Carl later worked at the Cadillac - Oldsmobile Dealership in Plattsburgh, NY as a mechanic; at Agway in Ellenburg Depot and at Wassaic State School as a mechanic for many years. Carl was a mechanic by trade but actually loved working on anyone\u0027s vehicles or giving them advice on the phone. Carl really enjoyed gardening. He grew all sorts of vegetables, but was known best for his prized tomatoes. He also enjoyed watching baseball in his spare time, and could cheer for any team except the NY Yankees. Later in life, he and Joan enjoyed gambling and especially loved to travel- taking cruises to numerous destinations. A social couple, they regularly attended friends’ gatherings when they weren’t hosting themselves. Local friends jokingly called him either ‘The Mayor of Flamingo Drive’ or ‘Mr. Clean’ because you could eat off the floor of his spotless garage! Throughout his life, Carl was a very religious man- and he wore a rosary from the day his wife died in November 2021 until his hands were too swollen to wear it. A memorial service to celebrate Carl’s incredible life will be held on Wednesday, February 21st at 11am at the Palm Coast Bible Church located on 94 Whiteview Parkway, Palm Coast, FL 32164. Immediately following the service, the family will host an onsite luncheon. A livestream option will be available at: https://www.facebook.com/heritagefuneralandcremation In lieu of flowers, please consider donating in Carl’s honor to: Shriner\u0027s Hospital for Children * 2900 Rocky Point Rd, Tampa FL 33607 Veterans of Foreign Wars (Post 8696) * 47 Old Kings Rd North, Palm Coast, FL 32137 St Jude\u0027s Children’s Research Hospital * 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105"

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Dorothy Marguerite Wilson

Feb 11, 1925 - Feb 01, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"Dorothy Marguerite Wilson Sunrise: February 11, 1925, 11:01 a.m. EST Place: Mandeville, Jamaica Parents: Ivy (Darby) and Arthur Franklyn Williams Married: Arnold G. Wilson (deceased) May 19, 1943 Sunset: February 1, 2024, 4:25 p.m. EST Affectionately known as “Mom”, “Miss Dor”, “Grandma”, “Great-Grandma” and “DW” to seven children: Anthony (predeceased), Trevor (Pierrette), Denis, Helen (Knolly), Jeannette (Steven), Christopher, and William (predeceased), twenty grandchildren, thirty-two great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Professionally, she was an executive stenographer and secretary starting in her native Jamaica at the Industrial Development Corporation, then after emigrating to New York city with the family in the summer of 1968, she was able to continue her career at the United Nations while raising the three youngest children. On retirement in 1991 along with Arnold, they moved to Florida where they re- established, built a home and settled in Palm Coast, where they quickly connected with a loving and supportive church family. She took up many hobbies such as, painting, tea set collection, learning languages such as, French, Spanish and German, to enable her to converse with the many people she encountered in her travels to France with daughters Helen and Jeannette. She will be greatly missed by many nieces and nephews, relatives and friends for her joie de vivre (joy of life), her charm, wit and general knowledge. A true “Renaissance woman”, much as her mother who proceeded her, she leaves many warm memories with us all. We are bereft of a friend and a mother, but heaven has gained a warrior and a stalwart friend. Jesus said, “You will grieve, but your grief will be turned to joy”. (John 16:20) A Celebration of Dorothy\u0027s life will be 11:00 am, March 8, 2024 at First Baptist of Palm Coast with Pastor Kevin Lautar officiating."

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Carolyn M. Mugno

Jan 29, 1949 - Feb 07, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"On the afternoon of February 7, 2024, Carolyn M. Mugno of Baltimore, MD passed away at the age of 75 in Palm Coast, FL. Carolyn was born on January 29, 1949 and grew up in Hamilton, MD. Carolyn earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Towson University and furthered her education by obtaining a Master of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore. She dedicated her career to the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where she served as an administrator, leaving a lasting impact on the institution and those she worked with. Carolyn’s life was not only defined by her professional achievements but also by the passions she pursued outside of work. She found joy in skiing, gardening, cheering on the Ravens, and reminiscing with family and friends over a glass of wine. Her zest for life, unwavering optimism, and love for those around her will forever be remembered and cherished by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Preceded in death by her parents, Mary Katherine Taylor and Frederic W. Mueller, and her brother Frederic C. Mueller, Carolyn is survived by her loving husband of 26 years, Michael; her step-children, Matthew, Beth, and Allison; and her step-grandchildren Bryn and Cael. She is also survived by her sister-in-law, Sherry, and two nephews, Jesse and Josh. Carolyn\u0027s memory will be honored and celebrated during a gathering in May, where friends and family will come together to remember her remarkable life. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to the Wilmer Eye Institute, an organization close to Carolyn\u0027s heart. Checks may be made out to “Wilmer Eye Institute” along with a note on the memo line mentioning that it is a memorial gift to be used for macular degeneration research. The Wilmer Eye Institute is located at 600 North Wolfe Street, Wilmer 112, Baltimore, MD 21287. Donations may also be made online at: https://secure.jhu.edu/form/wilmer Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service of Bunnell, FL is assisting the family with arrangements. www.HeritageFlagler.com"

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Ed Manen

Aug 08, 1945 - Jan 26, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"Ed Manen, 78, of Palm Coast passed away Friday January, 26, after a long illness related to Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam. His wife of 47 years, Trudy, and service dog Molly were by his side. He is survived by Trudy and daughter Erica, sons Eddie (Jami), Michael (Kimmy), and grandchildren Jaden Harlow and Emmitt Manen. Ed was born August 8,1945 in Irvington NJ, to Dorthy and Edward Manen Sr. He resided in West Orange, NJ prior to moving to Palm Coast in 2004 following his retirement from Verizon, where he worked for over 30 years. Ed was a US Army veteran and served in the Honor Guard prior to his deployment to Vietnam. He was an Occupational Specialist E-5 serving as co-pilot, door gunner and mechanic on Huey helicopters during his 2 tours of duty. His service to his country meant so much to him and was something he was immensely proud of. He was a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans Jim Bowie Chapter in Palm Coast and he worked tirelessly to support other veterans. He was a founding member of the non-profit organization, Pop Smoke K9 for Veterans, and also a member of Old Glory Service Dogs 4 Veterans. Both organizations train service dogs for veterans suffering from PTSD and TBI. In his retirement, Ed enjoyed traveling, boating, fishing, golf and antique cars. He was a past President, Director and Special Events Coordinator for the Wheels in Motion Antique Auto Club, which was one of the greatest joys of his retirement. He and Trudy visited over 40 countries by cruising around the world and he loved to tell the tales of his and Trudy\u0027s adventures at the monthly car club meetings. A memorial service will be held Saturday March 9th, 11 am at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 156 Florida Park Drive, Palm Coast, FL 32137. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Wheels-In-Motion Car Club Scholarship Fund at P.O. Box 1656, Flagler Beach FL 32136 or to the veterans service dog charities: popsmokek9forveterans.org or oldgloryservicedogs.org. Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service of Bunnell, FL is assisting the family with arrangements. www.HeritageFlagler.com"

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David Allan Richardson

Aug 05, 1946 - Jan 27, 2024

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Palm Coast, FL

"With saddened hearts we announce the passing of David Allan Richardson, 77, of Palm Coast. David was born in Columbus, Ohio to the late James and Mary Richardson. He passed away January 27, 2024 at his residence surrounded by his loving family. Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service is in charge of his arrangements."

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