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Sergio Cabrales-Medina

Oct 29, 1966 - Nov 23, 2023

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Plant City, FL

Sergio Cabrales-Medina, passed on November 23, 2023. Born on October 29, 1966 in Matamoros Tamaulipas, Sergio shared his love of life, kindness and thoughtfulness with everyone around him. He found joy in simple pleasures such as watching television, and indulging in delicious food. He is survived by his children; Sylvia, Sandy, and Marco A. Cabrales, his siblings Micaela Guadian, Flora Garza, Irma Robles, and Leticia Rojas, as well as Luis P. Cabrales, and his cherished grandchildren who filled...Read More

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Brenda Joy Swift Treadaway

May 14, 1943 - Feb 19, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Brenda Joy Swift Treadaway died peacefully at her residence in Plant City, FL February 19, 2024. Brenda was born in LaFayette, GA, and moved to Rome, GA in the summer of 1956. She graduated Johnson High School, then attended Tift College before graduating from Floyd Junior College (now known as Georgia Highlands College). Brenda moved to Lake Worth, FL for several years before she returned to Rome, GA. She lived there until she retired after many years as a librarian. After retirement she moved to Jacksonville, FL to be near her daughter Lori before they moved as a family to Plant City, FL in 2019. She is preceded in death by her Grand Parents: Lola Lee (Doty) McKaig, Webb McKaig, and Fred Lawrence, William Harvey Swift and Effie (Greer) Swift, Parents: James Milton Swift and Dorothy Lee (Lawrence) Swift, her son Larry Michael Treadaway, grandson Mark Christopher Collett, her sister Jane Swift, Uncles Fred Lawrence, Harlon Swift, Ray McKaig, William Harvey Swift, Jr., Charles McKaig, and Julian McKaig. Aunts: Gladys (Swift) Crowe, Altha (Swift) Cagle, Dartha Lee (Swift) Bennett, and Myrtis Martha (Swift) Shipp Fitzpatrick, and Laura McKaig. Cousins Debbie Lawrence, Terresa Green, and Karen Whitchurch, and Mark Bennett. Surviving family members are: Daughter Lori Treadaway Collett and her husband Robert Collett, Grandson Brian Collett, Brother Bill Swift and wife Ellen Painter, ex-husband and father of her two children Larry Treadaway, Aunts Margie Oaks and Imogene, Nieces Julie Dougherty and husband Patrick, Erin Libby and husband Oliver. Grand Nephew Trey Fitts and Grand Nieces Katelyn Dougherty, Eve Libby, and Nora Libby. Cousins Anita Johnston and family, Gary Wayne Oaks, Sheryl Bennett, Peg Carrell and family, Randall Cagle and wife Beth and family, Steven Crowe and wife, Marilyn (Swift) Doremus, Donna (Swift) Peppers and Sharon McKaig. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of Cagle Funeral Home 364 E Church St, Jasper, GA 30143 Tuesday February 27 at 1PM Relatives and friends invited. Cagle Funeral Home is handling final arrangements. A private interment of her ashes will be scheduled for a later date.

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George Lee Terrell

Feb 03, 1952 - Jan 20, 2024

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Plant City, FL

George Lee Terrell, 71, Plant City, Florida went to be with the Lord on January 20, 2024. He didn't want to leave the the ones he loved so deeply and fought valiantly with all he had to push through for another day. As his illness began to take the best of him he never lost sight of what truly mattered most in his life, the love, the joy and true affection he felt from his devoted family and the love how felt in his heart and gave us so freely. His love will he felt and will live on in our hearts through eternity. During his last hours with us he was finally at peace and was surrounded by his loving family. George was born in Hillsborough, North Carolina on February 3, 1952 to his father Junnie E. Terrell and his mother Lila Mae (Lane) Terrell. His loving parents and his his beloved siblings Joyce, Katherine, Frank, Charlene, Diane, Gayle and Freddy all preceded him in death. His beautiful granddaughter, Emma Faith Terrell, infant, also heartbreakingly preceded him in death. George is survived by his loving wife Kimberly Terrell, his devoted and loving sons and daughters-in-law, George (April) Terrell, and Clinton (Jenna) Terrell. His 7 (seven) loving grandchildren, Sarah Belle, Lillian, Clinton Levi, Rachel, Molly, Scotty, and George III. He is also survived by his nieces and nephews, and other special, loving relatives and friends. In his younger years he worked as a welder and an electrical Journeyman, working with his brother Frank, who lovingly taught him the electrical trade. George continued his education and became a licensed electrical contractor in Plant City, where he was respected and quickly gained a reputation of excellent workmanship. The best part of working for himself was being able to pass on his wisdom and his years of electrical experience to his two eager sons who worked by his side as having them with him was all he could ever want. In his eyes the sun rose and set in his son's and his grandchildren's eyes. When he talked about them his eyes could light up the room, he loved them so much. We will all miss him so much and he will never be forgotten. We hope he found a place to fish and catches the big one. One thing is for sure he won't have to worry about telling a fish tale of how big it was as he knows we wouldn't truly believe him anyway. But his stories and excitement were the best part. Memorial service will be held at Wells Memorial Funeral Home and Event Center on Saturday, February 24, at 11:45 a.m. Family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. The memorial service will begin close to 11:45 p.m. Thank you to all of you that came to celebrate George's life. He enjoyed his time with you and those that cared and couldn't come he appreciated all of you.

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Miriam Miranda Ayers

Dec 24, 1945 - Feb 17, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Miriam Miranda Ayers, a true embodiment of love and wisdom, passed away peacefully on February 17, 2024, in Plant City, Florida. Born on December 24, 1945, in New Brocton, Alabama, Miriam's life was a testament to her passion for knowledge, her dedication to her family, and her unwavering spirit of generosity. Miriam's academic journey culminated in earning a Bachelor's degree that paved the way for her successful career as a Microbiologist with Super Brands Foods. Her colleagues revered her not only for her professional expertise but also for her nurturing mentorship and the heartfelt guidance she offered to all who crossed her path. Throughout her life, Miriam was the embodiment of love and passion. She approached every challenge with grace and every triumph with humility. Her wisdom was a guiding light for her family, friends, and all who had the privilege of knowing her. Miriam's legacy is carried on by her loving sons, Douglas Griffin and Tom Griffin (married to Teresa), and her cherished sister, Ella Knapp. She was predeceased by her siblings, Robert Willis and Loise Eagan, who welcomed her with open arms into eternal peace. Miriam's interests extended beyond her professional life, as she was an avid reader, a lover of nature, and a connoisseur of the arts. Her presence was a comfort, her laughter a melody, and her advice a treasure that will be deeply missed by all. In the words of the great William Shakespeare, "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players." Miriam played her role with excellence, leaving behind a legacy of love and wisdom that will resonate for generations to come. As we bid farewell to Miriam Miranda Ayers, we celebrate a life beautifully lived and a soul that will forever enrich the tapestry of our memories. Her journey on this earth may have concluded, but her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us in the days ahead. Services will be held privately by the family. Online condolences can be made at www.haught.care. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd Plant City, FL 33563, (813) 717-9300

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Mary L. Patrick

Aug 11, 1940 - Feb 12, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Mary L. Patrick, born on August 11, 1940, entered the heavenly gates to be with her savior on February 12, 2024. Today she enjoys the presence of her Lord with those who have gone before her. Mary loved her family, church family and serving others. She will be greatly missed and we know she is rejoicing as she is preceded in death by her parents Elmer and Lee Olive Liles, her husband Felix “Syd” Patrick I; her brothers Bill Liles and Lamar Liles and sister Anzie Stebbins. She is survived by her brother Sidney Liles; her children Felix “Sam” Patrick II (Sherry) and Paul Patrick (Christina ) ; her grandchildren Christine Lockard, Felix Patrick III, Kendall Patrick, Alexandria Athey (Kameron), Alexis Duchesneau (Jacob), Juliann Patrick, Jeremiah Patrick, Abigail Patrick, Job Patrick, Jasper Patrick, Anyia Patrick, Rebekah Dixon (Troy), Nathaniel Borton; great grandchildren Kaelon, Korra, Arlyn, Maeve, Gwen, and Seraphina. A visitation for Mary will be held Friday, February 16, 2024 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City, Florida. Following the visitation will be a funeral service at 12:00 p.m. Mary will be laid to rest in Glen Abbey Memorial Gardens, Auburndale, Florida.

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Johnnie Ruth Craig

Mar 18, 1946 - Feb 10, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Johnnie Ruth Craig, passed away on February 10, 2024, in Plant City, FL, at the age of 77. Born on March 18, 1946, in Bartow, FL, she was the cherished only child of the late John Belcher and Thelma Kay. Johnnie's life was a testament to the power of love, family, and faith. Johnnie's journey through life was shared with her beloved husband, George W. Craig Jr., with whom she built a beautiful and enduring legacy. Together, they raised a family of five children: Donna (Richard) Chancey, Bruce (Cindy) Hall, Tony (Gloria) Craig, Matthew (Teresa) Craig, and Brian (Harmonie) Craig. She was the heart of her family, which grew to include 14 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren, all of whom brought immense joy and pride to her life. A devoted homemaker, Johnnie's love for her family was evident in every meal she cooked and every moment she spent nurturing her loved ones. Her gift of cooking for many will be passed down for generations. Johnnie was a regular attendee of Full Gospel Tabernacle. Her interests and hobbies were as rich and varied as her life. She was an avid freshwater fisherwoman, with a fondness for catching catfish, and she took great pleasure in tending to her yard, and mowing the grass. Her competitive spirit came out during card games and while cheering on her favorite baseball team, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Known for her firm and loving hand, Johnnie could wield a flip flop or a switch with the best of them. Her family will fondly remember her for her unwavering support and the life lessons she imparted with a gentle word, strong hand, and a loving heart. Johnnie leaves a legacy of love that was felt in every hug, seen in every smile, and heard in every word of encouragement she gave. Her presence will be deeply missed. Friends and family will be received Thursday, February 15, 2024 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm at Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd, Plant City , FL 33563. A funeral service will follow at 3:00pm with Pastor Jim Brady officiating. A committal service will follow at Mt. Enon Cemetery where Johnnie will be laid to rest.

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Rita Amberiz

Feb 18, 1965 - Feb 07, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Rita Amberiz, a cherished mother, sister, and grandmother, passed away on February 7, 2024, in Plant City, Florida, just short of her 59th birthday. Born on February 18, 1965, in Hamlin, Texas, Rita's life was a testament to the power of joy, gentleness, and unwavering love. Rita grew up in a bustling household, the beloved daughter of the late Feliciano Amberiz and Guadalupe Rivera. She was sister to Moses Ambriz, Mary Baza, Robert Amberiz, Marta Height, Adam Amberiz, Felix Ambriz, Ignacio "Nacho" Ambriz, the late Mario Amberiz, and the late Antonio Amberiz. Rita's heart was always full of pride for her children, Nomar, Melinda, and Bonifacio Martinez. Rita's legacy continues to live on through her cherished granddaughter, Isabella Martinez, who brought immeasurable joy to her grandmother's life. Rita's life was one of service and devotion, both to her family and her faith. She was a dedicated member of the Harvest Church, where she found strength and community. Rita found happiness in going to the mall, taking long walks, and sharing corny jokes that never failed to bring a smile to those around her. Her sense of humor was infectious, and she had a unique ability to light up a room with her laughter. Rita's memory will be forever cherished by her family, friends, and all who were graced by her presence. Her laughter, her faith, and her love will continue to inspire those she left behind. Friends and family will be received Monday, February 12, 2024, from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd Plant City, FL 33563. A memorial service will follow at 3:00 PM. Online condolences can be made at www.haught.care. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd Plant City, FL 33563, (813) 717-9300.

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Cruz Edith Velazquez

Sep 14, 1931 - Jan 10, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Cruz Edith Velazquez, age 92, of Plant City, Florida passed away on Wednesday, January 10, 2024. A graveside service for Cruz will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM at Hillsboro Memorial Gardens, 2323 West Brandon Blvd, Brandon, FL 33511.

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Sidney Donnell Williams Jr. “Billy D.Williams”

Sep 23, 1956 - Jan 26, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Visitation for Sidney Donnell Williams Jr. “Billy D.Williams” of Plant City will be Friday February 9, 2024 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Greater New Hope Anointed Ministries, Plant City. Service is Saturday February 10, one hour before at the same location.

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Zona D. Wagoner Poogie Jack

Dec 19, 1959 - Jan 30, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Zona D. Wagoner Poogie Jack, age 64 passed away on Tuesday, January 30, 2024. Wagoner was born in Plant City, Florida. A visitation for Wagoner will be held Wednesday, February 7, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City, Florida, followed by a funeral service at 11:00 AM. Wagoner will be laid to rest in Springhead Cemetery, Lakeland, Florida.

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Cecil Michael Layton

Nov 02, 1953 - Feb 01, 2024

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Plant City, FL

Cecil Michael Layton, a cherished soul known for his adventurous spirit and selfless love, passed away peacefully on February 1, 2024, in his hometown of Plant City, Florida. Born on November 2, 1953, in the same close-knit community, Cecil's life was a testament to the enduring bonds of family and the simple joys of the outdoors. Cecil's journey began as the son of the late Cecil Hamilton Layton and the devoted Thelma Whitehead, who survives him. His life was a rich tapestry woven with the love of his daughters, Klesia (Gasper) Almaguer and Keeli (Shane) Garrison. His legacy continues through his cherished siblings, Linda (Richard) Lariscy and Dennis (Cindy) Layton, who stood by him through life's many seasons. A proud grandfather, Cecil's wisdom and laughter will live on in the hearts of his five grandchildren, Skyler (Austin) Brown, Treye Almaguer, Cody (Elizabeth) Garrison, Brady (Becca) Garrison, and Joshua Garrison. His three great-grandchildren, Abigail Brown, Parker Brown, and Elliana Garrison, will grow up hearing tales of their great-grandfather's love for life and the natural world. Cecil's working years were spent as a dedicated dragline operator with Mosaic in the phosphate industry, where he was known for his strong work ethic and camaraderie with his colleagues. His commitment to his work was matched only by his passion for the great outdoors. An avid hunter and fisherman, Cecil found solace and excitement in the embrace of nature, sharing this love with friends and family alike. Those who knew Cecil would describe him as the epitome of adventurous, loving, and selfless. His actions spoke louder than words, and he was always the first to lend a helping hand. His presence was a source of comfort and strength to all who were fortunate enough to cross his path. In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, "To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children... to leave the world a bit better... to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded." Cecil embodied this sentiment, leaving an indelible mark on the world and in the hearts of those he touched. Cecil's life was a journey of joy, challenges, and triumphs. He navigated each with grace and a sense of humor that could light up the darkest room. His stories, often filled with laughter and wisdom, will be retold for generations, keeping his memory alive. As we bid farewell to Cecil Michael Layton, we celebrate a life lived to the fullest, a path well-trodden, and a man deeply loved. His spirit will continue to guide us, like a lighthouse to weary sailors, reminding us of the beauty in life's simple pleasures and the importance of family, friendship, and kindness. Cecil's life was a beautiful reflection of the values he held dear, and his legacy will continue to inspire those who knew him. We take comfort in knowing that his journey has not ended but merely transformed, as he continues to watch over us with the same love and devotion that he showed in life. Cecil Michael Layton will be profoundly missed, but his light will forever shine in the lives of those he loved. Friends and family will be received on Thursday February 8, 2024, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd., a Memorial Service will follow at 11:00 AM. Online condolences can be made at www.haught.care. Funeral arrangements were trusted to Haught Funeral Home, 708 W. Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd Plant City, FL 33563, (813) 717-9300

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