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Rose Rollo

Jan 16, 1936 - Nov 27, 2023

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

On the morning of Monday, November 27, 2023, Rose passed peacefully after an illness. She was 87 years old. Rose Mary (Kapraun) Rollo was born during a snowstorm on January 16, 1936 in Henry, Illinois to Lennie and Albert Kapraun. She attended High School at the Villa de Chantal in Rock Island, Ill and was proud of being a Villa Girl. After high school she attended Marycrest College, as well as lived and worked in Chicago during the summer. While at Marycrest she met Arthur Raymond Rollo of East...Read More

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Warren Peter McLean

May 30, 1943 - Feb 02, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Warren Peter McLean, 80 years old, of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, was called to join our Savior in heaven on Friday, February 2, 2024 as he passed away peacefully resting at home. Our Family will gather this summer to have a Celebration of Life.Warren was born in Webster, Massachusetts to Mary Spitz-McLean and Arthur Curtis Robert McLean on Sunday, May 30, 1943. He spent his younger years living in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Jersey, graduating from Parsippany High School in 1961. Warren had an honorable tour of duty with the United States Marine Corps Reserves from 1964- 1970. His first wife Gretchen and their three young daughters moved from New Jersey to Florida in 1973. He remarried in 1985, to Linda and they had a beautiful son. He spent his remaining years in Florida until the Lord called him to his forever home.Warren’s career was in custom upholstery and installations of custom window treatments for several interior designers in Florida. He loved his work because it allowed him to be creative, build relationships and have freedom and flexibility. Warren knew no strangers and he blessed many lives as he fostered friendships through his love of softball, tennis, surfing, and most of all motorcycle riding. Warren was a warrior and yet a jovial soul. Above all else, he is a man of God which truly brings us comfort in knowing he is with our Lord and Savior.Warren was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Mary and Arthur, and his older brothers William and Robert McLean. Warren is survived by his wife Linda McLean and their son, Curtis McLean; his first wife Gretchen Hand and their three daughters, Kendyl (Adam) Pollenz, Kere (Keith) Delahanty, and Gretchen (Joe) Bombara; 10 grandchildren (Liam, Deklan, Skyler, McKenna, Breck, Messina, Johnny, Kaytlyn, Deryk, Hayley); three siblings, Art (Tina) McLean, Patricia Strungis, and John (Chris) McLean; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. His light will be forever with us.

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Rose C. Lawrence

Mar 10, 1929 - Feb 21, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Rose C. Lawrence, age 94, of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.

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Catherine Lutrell Johnson

Mar 05, 1928 - Feb 23, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Catherine Lutrell Johnson, 95, of New Smyrna Beach, FL passed away on February 23, 2024. A Florida native, she was born on March 5, 1928 in Bradenton, FL to parents Jesse and Alma (nee Goff) Glisson. Lutrell grew up in Tallahassee and graduated from Leon High School. Lutrell worked at the state capital for a period of time before she met her future husband, Paul A. Johnson, at a church youth camp in Blountstown, FL. Paul and Lutrell married in Tallahassee and had 3 boys. Lutrell was known as an avid seamstress and a great cook. She was a great Christian woman, who loved her family and her faith. She loved being a homemaker and spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lutrell is survived by her children; Ronald Paul (Sandy) Johnson, Larry Stephen (Lisa) Johnson, Andrew Murray (Janet) Johnson. There are 9 grandchildren: Jordan, Justin, Joel, Jarrett, Lindsay, Lisabeth, Leanza, Allison, and Anna, as well as 29 great-grandchildren, with one more on the way. She is also survived by sisters; Ruth Johnson of Port Orange, FL and Annette Lindsey of Tallahassee. Lutrell is predeceased by her husband, Paul A. Johnson, her parents, Jesse and Alma Glisson, her brother Floyd Glisson, and her sister Jean Sowell.

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Raymond E. Beasley

Feb 08, 1943 - Feb 15, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Raymond E. Beasley, known to friends and family as “Butch”, age 81, of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, reposed Thursday, February 15, 2024 in New Smyrna Beach. Born in Ravenna, Ohio, Butch was the only child born to James and Lovie Beasley. Raymond came to New Smyrna Beach, in 2020 from Alliance, Ohio. A machinist, he was a 1961 graduate of Rootstown High School where he excelled in football, basketball and track. Butch loved speed, was an avid race fan, later to own and operate his own sprint car. He loved repairing and building race engines in his spare time. Butch served his country with the United States Army from 1964 through 1966; serving in Saigon, Vietnam during 1966. Survivors include his loving companion, Lynda Arnette Webster, of New Smyrna Beach; daughter, Jennifer Fife, of Alliance, Ohio; son, Raymond E. Beasley Jr., of Ohio; and two grandchildren. Interment services to be held at a later date at Homeland Cemetery, Rootstown, Ohio. To to the family or in memory of Raymond "Butch" E. Beasley, please

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Jeanne Keiser Heifner

May 24, 1948 - Feb 17, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Jeanne Keiser Heifner was born in Chicago, Illinois, on May 24, 1948. As a young child, her family moved to Venice, Florida. Jeanne would continue to live in Florida throughout her life. Jeanne flourished at Florida State University, where she graduated with a degree in English. She pledged Sigma Sigma Sigma as a freshman and later held the office of Vice President. She ran for and was elected as the female student body vice president in 1968. These leadership roles were a highlight of her time at FSU and helped to shape the leader and educator she would become.Jeanne and Stanley Heifner were married on November 21, 1970, and later went on to have four daughters: Kristin, Amanda, Liana, and Kathryn. Jeanne was a supportive, engaged, and loving mother. One of her greatest honors in life was being the grandmother of Aidan and Owen.While her children were young, Jeanne worked as a nurse midwife and was part of a group of women who opened the birth center in Daytona Beach, taught aerobics and yoga classes, and was a well-known La Leche League Leader in the community. She began teaching patient care and health science classes in the 1990s and then went on to help create the Medical Academy at New Smyrna Beach High School in 1998. While at NSBHS, she impacted countless students with her instruction and compassion. She led many HOSA students to State and National Championships over the years. She always enjoyed the time spent at these events with her students.After retiring in 2014, Jeanne enjoyed traveling to visit her daughters and grandsons. Her favorite trips included Germany, Italy, France, Ireland, England, road trips across the country, many National Parks, and most recently, a great Alaskan adventure!Jeanne will be loved and missed dearly by her husband Stanley Heifner; her daughters and their families, Kristin Heifner, Amanda Heifner, Liana, Benjamin, Aidan & Owen Taber, Kathryn & Matthew Fischer; her sisters Susan Mitma & Connie Massimino; Nephew Dustin Keiser; and many more extended family, close friends, and students.We ask that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Halifax Hospice or the Jeanne Heifner Memorial Scholarship by NSB CAPS. This scholarship will be presented to a nursing/medical student in Jeanne's memory.Donations can be sent to:NSB CAPSPO BOX 1808NSB, FL 32170Please be sure to note that it is for the Jeanne Heifner Memorial Scholarship.Services will be held on Sunday, February 25, 2024, at The Delamater House from 1-3pm.1701 Tionia Rd, NSB, FL 32168

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James Brown

May 10, 1942 - Feb 16, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Mr. James Brown, 81, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, a former Electrician, passed on Friday, February 16, 2024 at AdventHealth New Smyrna.To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of James Brown, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Barbara Jean Waterbury

Feb 03, 1959 - Feb 13, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Barbara Jean Waterbury or “Babz” as many knew her (65) of Edgewater, Florida, passed away surrounded by her close family and best friend, February 13th, 2024, at Advent Health Hospital, New Smyrna Beach, from a long battle with COPD. Barbara was born in Danbury, Connecticut, February 3rd, 1959, the daughter of Albert (Thomas) and Ruth Waterbury. After finishing school in Danbury, she was a nurse’s aide in both Connecticut and Florida and a Hospice CNA here in Florida, up until her battle with COPD caused her to stop working, February of 2023. She loved her sidekick in life, Jewels, her beloved “Chorkie.” She will be dearly missed by her children, grandchildren and close friends. Barbara is survived by her Son, Thomas Renner and life partner Brian Taylor and Daughter, Jennifer Field, and husband Steve Field, all who reside in Edgewater, Florida. She was also survived by her 3 Grandchildren, Sammy Spink, Alex Spink and David Field. She was preceded in death by her parents. At the discretion of the family, Barbara will be having a private, closed ceremony with her close family and best friend.

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Terri Lynn Hendricks-Zanghi

Apr 07, 1970 - Jan 30, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Terri Lynn Hendricks-Zanghi on January 30, 2024. Born on April 7, 1970, Terri was a beacon of love and support to all who knew her. Terri's life was a testament to the power of unconditional love, especially evident in her role as a mother to her four children: Dennis, Zach, Sam, and Hannah. Her unwavering support and belief in her children's choices illuminated their paths with grace and encouragement. Terri will be remembered for her kind spirit, her nurturing heart, and her ability to bring warmth and joy to every occasion. Her legacy of love and dedication will live on through her family and all those she touched. In keeping with Terri's loving and generous spirit, it was her wish that her passing be marked by remembering the happiness she brought into our lives rather than mourning her loss. Terri's love and lessons will forever remain in our hearts. We take comfort in knowing she is at peace and watching over us. To to the family or in memory of Terri L. Hendricks Zanghi, please

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Kenneth Richard Smith

May 25, 1955 - Feb 02, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

In loving memory of Kenneth Richard Smith of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Born on May 25, 1955 from Rochester, New York. Ken was the proud father to his three girls Sara, Autumn and Kristine, the Papa to their boys and the best friend to his ex wife, Jill Smith. Ken passed away with his three girls by his side on February 2, 2024. He showed his strength and will power until the end. Kenneth was in the insurance industry for 40 years, which started out with him taking the insurance agent test as a bet. He founded his own family operated insurance business in 1998. Ken enjoyed building furniture from scratch and was skillful in his craft. He helped build the original Manatee Park. He enjoyed playing softball in his younger years and dabbled in golf. Ken was a man who would help anyone out when needed and cherished the moments spent with his family. You could always catch him laughing at a good joke. His smile, laugh and playful camaraderie will be missed. Ken is survived by his three daughters Sara, Autumn (Jeramy), Kristine (Josh), four grandsons Ivan, Kingston, Hunter and Parker and his sister MaryEllen. Ken will be missed everyday by his family. May his soul rest in eternal peace. To to the family or in memory of Kenneth Richard Smith, please

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Robin Hillman

Jul 11, 1967 - Feb 05, 2024

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New Smyrna Beach, FL

Robin Hillman of New Smyrna Beach, FL (formerly of Hopewell Junction, NY and Oxford, CT), passed away on February 5, 2024, after a valiant battle against glioblastoma. While she was only 56 years young, she lived each year of her life to the fullest and truly knew how to cherish each and every day.With an adventurous spirit and fierce determination, Robin embraced all of life's journeys. She found joy in traveling, playing tennis, hiking, biking, fishing, dancing, pickleball, photography and snow skiing. Despite facing her diagnosis, Robin's unwavering physical strength and positive attitude allowed her to defy expectations, living a life that surpassed the average prognosis by virtually twice as long. Indeed, Robin was anything but average.Her zest for life was contagious and lives on through those who knew her, especially her amazing children, Makena and Quinn. Whether skiing down slopes together or planning their next trip, Robin instilled in them a love for exploration and together, they created memories that will endure forever.In addition to her children, Robin leaves behind an enormous network of loving family and friends. Survivors include her cherished wife and soulmate, Catherine Longo, with whom she shared countless adventures and boundless joy. Their partnership was a source of strength and happiness, enriching both their lives and the lives of those around them. Robin is also survived by her loving and supportive mother, Donna Hillman, her sister and closest confidante, Shawn Petagine, her niece and goddaughter, Sedona, along with her cherished bonus children Adrian Hoda, Sarina Hoda, and son-in-law Ben Modos. Robin further leaves behind her former partner, Terry Kwiatkowski Hillman, with whom she raised Makena and Quinn with into the amazing people they are today, as well as cherished in-laws, cousins, aunts, and uncles. Robin’s powerful love team comprised of hundreds within her circle and all held such a special place in her heart and provided continued encouragement throughout her journey. Robin is predeceased by her father, Robert Hillman, her brother Robert Jr., and her grandparents.Beyond the bonds she naturally cultivated with those in her life, Robin also found great pride in her 25+ year career following an impressive education journey. This started with her receiving her Radiology Technology Degree at St. Luke’s Medical Center, followed by her Bachelor’s Degree from Nyack College and culminating with her Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of New Haven. Robin held impressive roles at quite a young age such as Director of Radiology at Middlesex Hospital, she knew right away that she had a passion with applying technology to the advancement of women’s health. As Senior Director of Operations/Clinical Services at Russo Radiology, she played a vital role in the establishment and management of multiple radiology practices in Connecticut. Later, as Vice President of Clinical Services at Hologic within the Breast & Skeletal Health Division, she oversaw operations and development including customer training for sizable teams. She was passionate about her work and proud to be part of a company that pioneered 3D mammography for better cancer detection. There is no doubt that Robin’s efforts contributed to saving hundreds – if not thousands- of lives.Following her career in the corporate world, Robin and Catherine moved to sunny New Smyrna Beach where she continued to coach, mentor and encourage people with whom she had worked with. She had a knack for forging lasting bonds not only in her professional life but in her personal life as well. You could literally feel her energy and enthusiasm the moment she entered any room.A celebration of life will be held at United Church of Christ, 203 Washington St., in New Smyrna Beach on February 12, with visitation from 11:00 – 11:30am followed by a brief ceremony. We ask that those attending wear colorful or vibrant attire in honor of such a vibrant spirit. An additional ceremony will be held in New York in March with details to come.The family would like to express thanks to the people of Advent Heath, Duke Brain Cancer Center, Shands Hospital and Halifax Hospice Care who cared for Robin. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to your local food pantry or charity of your choice.

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