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Sally Watkins

Oct 15, 1942 - Nov 21, 2023

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Jupiter, FL

Sally Ringlaben Watkins passed away in Jupiter, Florida on November 21, 2023 at the age of 81. Sally was born in Hanover, Pennsylvania to Carl and Marjorie Ringlaben. After she graduated from Elizabethtown Area High School, Sally went on to study English at Millersville State Teacher's College. Sally continued her education at Temple University receiving two Masters Degrees in English.Sally met her husband Larry Watkins at a party during Christmas Break in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. It was...Read More

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Michelle D Segal

Mar 09, 1947 - Feb 24, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Michelle D Segal, 76, of Jupiter, Florida passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Michelle was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Irving and Jacqueline Goldstein. Michelle is survived by her spouse, Gilbert Segal; her daughter Lori (Denise) Digiovanni-Segal; and her son Eric (Wendy) Segal; her brothers Kenneth (Debbie) Goldstein, Jeffrey (Bernadette) Goldstein and her sister Lisa (Patrick) McGarvey; her grandson Avron Segal, her granddaughter Abbigail Segal and her grandson Alexander Segal. A Funeral and Committal Service for Michelle will be held Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 12:00 PM at IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches, 9321 Memorial Park Road, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33412. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Michelle's memory may be made to Palm Beach Parrot and Bird Rescue, https://palmbeachparrotrescue.com/.

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Irmgard P. Berard

Jul 20, 1939 - Feb 11, 2024

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Jupiter Island, FL

Irmgard P. Berard (1939-February 2024) was born in Nuremberg, Germany to parents Anna and Karl. In her teens she road a train and then bicycled outside the city to work as an apprentice hairstylist. When she was nineteen she emigrated to New York City to attend further beautician training. Because of her extensive knowledge of the European styles at the time she became very in demand. She reunited with Michael whom she dated while he was stationed in Germany and married in Cumberland, RI and had one child together. She held her professional career as a hairstylist working for Erica’s and Blanche’s salon and eventually owner/manager of (Irmgards) for 35 years. She retired to Jupiter Island, FL with her late second husband Paul, where she enjoyed the beaches, golf, silver sneakers at Loggerhead Fitness and visits from family. Irmgard is survived by two siblings Karin and Carola, son William McCusker, grandchildren Marek Twarzynski and Matthew McCusker, great granddaughter Mary-Margaret, nieces Jenny, Mo, Debbie, Carol, nephew Alexander and many cousins. Her three sisters, Annamarie, Mia, and Ingeborg preceded her in death. We in the Jupiter Island, Palm Beach Gardens, Cumberland, and Pawtucket communities will miss her constant cheerful and warm presence, as well as her generous support of the wider community.

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John Joseph Waters

Jun 17, 1945 - Feb 21, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

John Joseph Waters from Huntington, New York and Jupiter, Florida went to his eternal reward February 21, 2024, surrounded by his large and loving family. He was born June 17, 1945 in the Bronx, NY, the fourth of five children born to the late James and Margaret (nee Breen) Waters. John's life was a beautiful journey of love, companionship and an unquenchable passion for laughter and fun. At the young age of 15, he met the love of his life and lifelong best friend, Jeanne (nee Nigro), at a St. Helena’s dance. Their love grew stronger over the years and they were happily married for 55+ years. Together, they raised their three children, John (Amy), Laura (Mark), and Timothy (Katie), in Huntington, NY. Their home was always filled with warmth, love, laughter including many extended family gatherings. John and Jeanne’s special love and friendship is a model their entire family will continue to emulate. John's greatest pride was his legacy of ten grandchildren; Jack, Victoria, Julianna, Donovan, Matthew, Collin, Ryan, Cassidy, Shae, and Ainsley. He was a dedicated and loving Grandpa who never missed a moment to support his grandchildren in their many endeavors, and there were a lot of them!! From attending all of their school, religious and sporting events to treating them to ice cream and hundred dollar bills for a good report card, John's presence brought joy and love to his grandchildren's lives and Grandpa will be deeply missed. John was pre-deceased by his beloved sister, Margaret, older brothers’ James and Donald (aka Bucky), who unexpectedly passed away less than 24 hours before John. The family is comforted by the thought that Bucky was preparing Heaven for the joyous and raucous celebration of the family reunion- there will be Trouble in Paradise! John is also pre-deceased by his brother in law David, niece Barbara Jean and many cousins and dear friends. In addition to his wife, children and grandchildren, John is survived by his sister Barbara (Tom), sister in laws, Patricia Waters, Jane Waters, Mary Nigro, Ellen Uffelmann-Knipfing, brother in law, John Knoblich and fifteen nieces and nephews who will all joyfully remember “Uncle Johnny” as the life of the party. A graduate of Cardinal Hayes High School and Iona College with a BBA degree, John also served in the National Guard. His professional journey led him to a successful career at Arthur Andersen, where he worked for 34 years as a Senior Partner building up four of their largest practices; Mergers and Acquisitions, Manufacturing, Entertainment and Small Businesses. After retiring in 2001, John founded his own merger and acquisition advisory consulting business, and has served on several public company boards where he continued to shape American business, most recently serving on the Board of Directors for a public company, where he chaired the Audit Committee. In his leisure time, John was an avid golfer sharing the course with his kids and grandkids. At the Crescent Club, he was the proud winner of many tournaments including a Father Son with his son Johnny, Champions in the Thursday night league with Timmy for two sequential years, the Men’s Member Member two times, and numerous flight championships. At Loxahatchee he won two coveted “Turtles” for winning his flight with both Johnny and Timmy. Perhaps it was his three Hole-in-One’s that kept his competitive juices flowing, but likely it was the banter and friendship he had during his regularly scheduled matches that really kept him going. He cherished those friendships, both on and off the course and there isn’t a person on this planet that he wouldn’t greet with his great smile. He was a member of the Huntington Crescent Club for almost 40 years, serving as Treasurer and a board member, and will be remembered for his jolly spirit, great storytelling and for always being surrounded by his large family (who may or may not have put an occasional ice cream or drink on his tab!) John also loved being part of the community at Loxahatchee in Jupiter, Florida, where he served as Golf Chairman, House Chairman and where he and Jeanne spent most of their time. He was an enthused member of the "Book Club” with some of his closest friends, played Bocce Ball where he was a two time Bacalox Champ, loved trivia night, but mostly just loved being around people who made him laugh. John's passion for sports, especially as a lifelong Giants fan, brought him much joy, despite the pain and frustration he often suffered on Sundays as a Giants fans. As season ticket holders with his brothers, there are many stories about the shenanigans of tailgating and drives to/from the stadium that the family will cherish. He was also an ardent Villanova hoops fan, having 3 children, a daughter in law, a grandson and a granddaughter, all who attended/attend/soon to be attending college there. John's presence will be deeply missed by all who knew him, especially his wife, children, grandchildren, extended family, and friends. His legacy of love, kindness, and dedication will continue to inspire those whose lives he touched. A Catholic mass will be held Friday, March 1, 2024 at Church of St. Patrick Huntington, NY at 10:45am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Shlofmitz Heart Foundation, care of St. Francis Hospital.

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Roger A. Susin

Feb 18, 1952 - Jan 28, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Roger A. Susin, 71, formerly of Jupiter, Florida, passed away on Saturday, January 28, 2024. He was born on February 18, 1952, in Detroit, Michigan, to the late Roger John and Paula Susin (nee: Marvin). Roger was the beloved father of Matthew (Jennifer) and Kelly (David), and cherished grandfather of Isabella, Olivia, Matthew John, Laine, and Colette. He was a loving brother to Gail (Glenn) Pakulak, Mark, Jeffrey (Julie), Daniel (Lisa), and Paula (John) Schaaf. Roger was also an uncle to 13 nieces and nephews and 15 great-nieces and nephews. From his early years, Roger excelled in athletics, earning recognition at St. Clement High School and often making headlines in the local papers. He continued his passion for sports at Northern Michigan University on a basketball scholarship, where he met his future wife, Maryanne. After college, Roger and Maryanne began a new chapter in South Florida. As a devoted father, Roger poured unconditional love into coaching his children in various sports, seamlessly transitioning from his formidable 6’6 presence on the football and baseball fields to his softer, "teddy bear at heart" persona when guiding his daughter in softball, singing, and tennis. Universally loved and respected throughout his coaching years, Roger tirelessly and selflessly worked to provide his children with opportunities and choices he never had, making them the center of his life. Throughout his 40-year career in Electrical Engineering & Construction as a Project Manager, Roger led numerous high-profile projects, including work for NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Palm Beach Breakers, and Delray Beach's development. One of his proudest moments was his participation and testimony as a lead witness in Metric Constructors Inc. v. NASA (1999), argued before the United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit. Roger’s insights, expertise and intelligence were on full display, contributing to a ruling in favor of his party. Recently retired, Roger embarked on a cross-country journey, indulging his love for the outdoors with stops at Lake Tahoe, Olympic National Forest, Mt. Rainier National Park, and many more. After his west coast adventure, he settled in the North Lake Tahoe area to be closer to his daughter, Kelly, and son-in-law, David. In his final six months, Roger embraced this new chapter, immersing himself in mountain living, staying active at the gym, visiting family, collaborating on renovation projects with Kelly, and finding peace in the tranquility of his surroundings. In any and every way, he was just getting started. He was deeply loved, and indeed, he will be sorely missed. Family and friends may gather: • Saturday, March 2nd, from 9am until the time of his funeral Mass at 10am at St. Mary, Our Lady Queen of Families, St Clement site, 25320 Van Dyke, Center Line, Michigan. • Burial immediately following service at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, 25800 West 10 Mile Road, South?eld, Michigan. • Celebration of Life, following burial, TBA Memorial donations can be made in Roger's name by visiting SierraClubFoundation.org or by calling 415-977- 5653

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John J. Waters, Sr.

Jun 17, 1945 - Feb 21, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

John J. Waters, Sr. 78, of Jupiter, Florida passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 10:00 AM at St. Peter Catholic Church, 1701 Indian Creek Parkway, Jupiter, FL 33458. Burial will be held in Huntington, NY.

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Barbara Jean (Stoppy) Diehl-Vetti

Feb 21, 1951 - Feb 20, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Barbara Jean (Stoppy) Diehl-Vetti - Age 72 of Jupiter FL passed away February 20, 2024 peacefully in her home surrounded by loved ones. Born February 21, 1951 in Allentown, PA to parents John and Pauline (Stoudt) Stoppy, she is survived by her loving husband Dr. Frank Vetti; Son David Diehl and his wife Renea of Rehrersburg, PA; Daughter Hillary Lankay and her partner Joseph Manza of Stroudsburg, PA; Grandchildren – Alex, Zachary, Jeremy, Connor and Cheyenne as well as her stepchildren, great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews; Sister Bonnie Hagenbuch of East Greenville, PA and predeceased by her brother William Stoppy of MN. Barbara graduated from Lehigh County Community College as a Licensed Practical Nurse and spent her professional nursing career in Pennsylvania. Following positions as a Dialysis Nurse and Private Home Health Nurse Barbara was the Agency Administrator for Medical Personnel Pool Home Healthcare in Harrisburg, PA followed by her position as Agency Administrator of Personal Touch Home Healthcare in Bala Cynwyd, PA before her full time retirement to Florida in 2014. Barbara enjoyed traveling, cooking, quilting, decorating, gardening, relaxing in her pool, spending time with friends and family and fellowship with her Holy Spirit Lutheran Church community. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations in Barbara’s name may be made to The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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Doris Mank Paulsen

Sep 10, 1917 - Feb 11, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

ROCKLAND - Doris Mank Paulsen, formerly a resident at Rankin Center in Rockland for over 30 years, went home to be with Jesus on Sunday, February 11, 2024 at her home in Jupiter, Florida. She was 106 years old. Born September 10, 1917 to Burleigh and Addie (Miller) Mank, she was the fourth of eight children. She grew up in the Union area and in 1937 she married Bob Mitchell. They had two daughters, Pat and Bunny and had a few happy years before splitting up. In 1946 she married John Paulsen and became “mom” to several more children who had recently lost their mother. During her lifetime she wore many hats. She was a caregiver, a clerk, a cook, a housemother and she and John owned and operated a home for the elderly on Rankin Street until his retirement. Along the way they had a son together in 1955, John Jr. They mostly lived in Maine but lived briefly in Connecticut and New Jersey. Maine was always “home” even after she moved to Jupiter over eight years ago. Wherever they lived they always found a church where they could serve the Lord they loved. Together they served in the Gideons for 27 years. Over the years Doris held Good News clubs to introduce children to Jesus and taught women’s Bible study classes. She was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church in Rockland but while she lived in Jupiter she attended the Nazarene Church in Palm Beach Gardens, Fl. She was predeceased by her parents, her husband John, sisters, Lorraine Seekins, Gertrude Moody and Madelyn Hall; her brothers, Vernon, Floyd, Burleigh Jr. and Bryant Mank; her stepsons, Ralph Paulsen, Donald (Betty) Paulsen; and her step-daughters, Hope Brown and Grace Chapman. She is survived by her daughters, Pat Ross (Don) of Warren, ME, Bunny McLellan (Jim) of Jupiter, FL; a son John Paulsen Jr. (Frances McAleer) of Ft Lauderdale, FL; and a stepson, Richard Paulsen (Debbie Kinney) of St. George, ME; a cousin, several nieces and nephews and many, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grands. Her prayer for the family is that they would come to know Jesus as Savior so they can join her one day in heaven. Family and friends may visit from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m., with a service to be held immediately following at 2:00, Friday, February 23, 2024 at Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock Street, Rockland. Private interment will be held in the spring. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Our Daily Bred Ministries, P.O. Box 266, Grand Rapids, MI 49501. For those unable to attend in person, Doris’ service may be viewed by clicking the ‘Photos and Videos’ tab then ‘Watch Webcast’.

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Sheila Skolnick

Nov 11, 1948 - Feb 14, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Sheila Skolnick passed away peacefully after a year long battle with cancer at her home in Jupiter, Florida late Wednesday afternoon February 14, 2024. She was born in Brooklyn NY on November 11,1948 to Fay and Milton Yarish. She is survived by her loving husband Michael DeGutis, her beloved sons Jason Skolnick and Glenn Skolnick and her dear grandchildren Dylan, Andrew, Ava, and Grace Skolnick. She has surviving brothers Jerry Lindell and Paul Yarish and nephew Joseph Yarish and niece Tammy Garbett. Sheila is remembered by family and friends for her loving and caring nature. She was a successful businessperson and she just recently retired. Most notably building a highly successful business from scratch. She was a bright light in many people's lives with her wit and honest wisdom and advice. She dearly loved music and dancing. She will be missed by all that knew her… Chapel services, graveside service and reception begins at 12 noon Monday at I.J. Morris at Star Of David funeral home and cemetery of the Palm Beaches, 9321 Memorial Park Rd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33412

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Donna Stack

Died : Feb 12, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Donna Stack died on Monday February 12, 2024 in Jupiter, Florida. A Funeral Service will be held in the spring and will be announced at that time. Arrangements are by the Barber Memorial Home 428 Main Street Johnson City

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David Scott Wood

Jul 11, 1936 - Feb 07, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

David Scott Wood passed away peacefully at home on February 7th, 2024 due to long term health complications. He was 87. David was born in Cleveland, Ohio on July 11, 1936 to Lewis John Wood II and Nelle Brewer Wood. The family moved to Indianapolis, Indiana when he was six. He graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Business Administration/Finance and an M.B.A. in Business and Economics. He was a devoted member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. David also served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Artillery Strike Force. David was the Founder and Chairman of David Wood Personnel, which had offices throughout South Florida, for fifty-seven years. He loved finding jobs for people, and was proud that his company placed over 60,000 individuals in various jobs. He was also the author of The Best Resume Book. He was an active member in the community and had a leadership role in many local activities and organizations ranging from business to education and the arts. He served two terms as State Board Chairman of the American Diabetes Association. David is survived by his loving wife of twenty-three years, Christine; his brother, John and daughters, Jessica (Bryan), Kimberly (Cole) and stepdaughter, Keri (Peter); as well as four grandchildren, Kylee, Grant, Ryan and Ashley. A funeral service will be held on Friday, February 16, 2024 at 11:30 AM at Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458. A reception will follow in the funeral home until 2:30 PM. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family would prefer donations to the American Diabetes Association, American Heart Association or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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