Harry Cline

Harry Cline Obituary


Age - 83


September 12, 2023


Clearwater, FL

"Harry Sykes Cline, 83, passed away on September 7th, 2023, at the Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Florida. Harry was born on August 14th, 1940, in Camden, South Carolina, the son of the late Joseph Frederick Cline and Catherine Sykes Cline. "

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Edward "Eddie" Kerper, a loving husband, father and papa passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by family, in Clearwater, Florida on November 20, 2023. Born on December 7, 1929, in New York, NY, Eddie lived a remarkable life full of love, laughter, and generosity. Eddie was the beloved husband of Marilyn (Kassover), his bride of 72 years, and a devoted father to his sons, Robert (Patricia) and Richard (Lisa). He was a cherished brother to Roslyn (Ira Hochman) and brother-in-law Bernard Kassover, and was predeceased by his brother Marvin (Janice), sister-in-law Judy Kassover, and niece Diane Kassover Bartolf. Eddie was a proud grandfather to Jackie (Ryan Gibson), Michael (Wonji), Eric, Olivia, and Anna, and a doting great-grandfather to Quinn, Rowan, and his soon-to-be great-granddaughter. He was also a much-loved uncle to numerous nieces, nephews, grand and great-grand nieces, and nephews. Living in Brooklyn, NY, Eddie received his bachelor's degree in education at City College of New York, and later became a teacher in New York City. While living with Marilyn and their kids in East Hanover, NJ, he was owner/operator of Randolph's Liquors in West Orange, NJ, and also became a real estate broker. Upon moving to Clearwater, FL, he had a successful career as a real estate broker with Edrick Properties, where he passionately worked into his 90's. Eddie was also a proud veteran of the US Army, serving his country with honor and distinction. An avid golfer until the age of 90, Eddie's love for the game was infectious. He had a knack for making people laugh, and his generosity extended beyond his family to all who knew him. He and Marilyn spent much of their later years cruising the world where they enjoyed making new friends and memories wherever they went. Eddie will be remembered for his loving nature, his sharp wit, and his incredible pride of his family. He was a beacon of positivity and joy, touching the lives of countless people with his kindness and warmth. His legacy will live on in the hearts of his family and all who knew him. While we mourn the loss of Eddie, we also celebrate a life well-lived. His was a life filled with love, laughter, and the joy of speaking about his family. Eddie's memory will forever be a source of comfort and inspiration to his family and friends. He will be deeply missed but never forgotten. And last, but certainly not least, in the immortal words of Fast Eddie, "Keep it in the fairway!"Donations may be made in his name to Suncoast Hospice, Palm Harbor, FLShow more

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