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Thomas Murphy

Oct 28, 1939 - Dec 06, 2023

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Tampa, FL

Thomas Jerome Murphy, age 84, of Tampa, Florida passed away on Wednesday, December 6, 2023. A gathering of family & friends for Tom will be held Friday, January 5, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Blount & Curry FH-Carrollwood, 3207 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL 33618, followed by a celebration of Tom's life from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

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Frank Norman Cane Jr.

Jul 26, 1990 - Jul 29, 2023

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Tampa, FL

Frank Norman Cane Jr., age 33, of Tampa, Florida passed away on Saturday, July 29, 2023. A graveside service for Frank will be held Friday, March 15, 2024 from 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM at Florida National Cemetery, 6502 S. W. 102nd Ave, Bushnell, FL 33513.

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Linda Rose Patterson

Mar 08, 1940 - Feb 24, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Linda Rose Patterson, aged 83, of Tampa, Florida, passed away on February 24, 2024. Born on March 8, 1940, in Cullman, Alabama, she was the cherished daughter of the late Rowena and Robert Aldridge. She married her high school sweet Howard L. Patterson, who preceded her in death. Linda dedicated most of her adult life to education. She was a preschool teacher who worked tirelessly to inspire young minds and help shape their future. When she was not teaching she enjoyed doing puzzles, painting and anything craft related. Linda was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Linda's journey through life was marked by her feisty spirit, unwavering kindness, and her profound impact on those around her. She is survived by 4 children, Cheri Denis, Jimmy Patterson, Bobby Patterson and Debra Bennett; 6 grandchildren and 4 great grand-children. Linda loved her family deeply and will be missed by all that knew her. A celebration of life will be held at a later time.

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Henrietta M. Cutler

Mar 08, 1929 - Feb 18, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Henrietta M. Cutler, age 94, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 18, 2024. She was born on March 8, 1929, in New York to first generation immigrant parents Henry and Bertha (Hozak) Mielke. She grew up a city girl through and through and loved every minute of it. In her twenties, Henrietta, more often known fondly as “Micki,” worked as a merchandiser for Macmillan Publishers. She married her beau, Bernard Robert Cutler, in November of 1950. Throughout her thirties, Micki raised three children and worked part time to help support the household while Bernard worked days and took college courses in the evenings. During this time, she was the consummate Mom: ferrying kids to music and dance lessons, serving as a girl scout leader, and joining various school committees. In her early forties, Bernard passed away (January 1976). Despite this sudden loss, she continued to care for her family while also stepping into a new role as the director of environmental services at a local retreat for children with disabilities. Micki enjoyed this new position and had a knack for working with children. She worked at the retreat up until retirement at 68, after which she moved to Tampa, Florida. Even having formally retired, Henrietta continued to work with children as a part of a Hillsborough County After School Program, called HOST until the age of 87, at Canella Elementary. Micki loved to read. She was voracious, going through several books weekly. She loved to travel and eat delicious food, Italian being her favorite. This wise woman loved her carbs! She loved on her friends, her family and her grandchildren, as well as her favorite tiny adopted chiweenie dog named “little man”. Micki’s entire life was a shining example of love, strength, compassion, and kindness. She is survived by her eldest child Martin Cutler, his wife Lisa and their daughter Madisen, her eldest daughter, Alison Briars, her husband Brian, and their four children: Sean Walsh and his wife, Victoria; Ryan Walsh and his wife, Anna; Shelly Baker and her husband, Cedric and their two children Brooklyn and Kerri; and Justin Briars and his wife, Kaitlin. Her youngest daughter, Susan Johnson and her husband, Joshua. As well as her granddaughter Jacqueline Lee. Please join us, each in your own way, in celebrating Micki and a life well lived. In lieu of flowers, Micki preferred you donate to a cause or charity of your choice in her name. Thank You. To view Micki’s remembrance page please follow link:

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Maria D. Herrera

Jul 10, 1934 - Feb 29, 2024

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Tampa, FL

"Maria D. Herrera 89, of Tampa, passed away on February 29,2024. Memories and messages of condolence can be shared on the Boza \u0026amp; Roel website."

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Calvin Roy Jackson, Jr.

Aug 12, 1976 - Feb 22, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Pastor Calvin Roy Jackson, Jr. of Riverview, Florida died Thursday, February 22, 2024 at the Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida. The graveside funeral service will be held Monday, March 4, 2024 at 12:00 Noon at Westview Memorial Garden in Ashburn, Georgia. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Juanita Francis Darrigo

Nov 04, 1928 - Feb 24, 2024

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Tampa, FL

"When I go When I go, don’t learn to live without me, just learn to live with my love, in a different way. And if you need to see me, close your eyes, or look in your shadow, when the sun shines, I’m there. Sit with me in the quiet and you will know, that I did not leave. There is no leaving when a soul is blended with another. When I go, don’t learn to live without me, just learn to look for me in the moments. I will be there"

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Brenda Joyce Myers

Aug 09, 1946 - Feb 24, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Our dear mother, Brenda Joyce Myers, sadly passed away on February 24, 2024. Born August 9, 1946 in Charleston, West Virginia, she was adopted at the age of three by her loving parents, Hugh and Lucy Stevens. She grew up as an only child in Oklahoma City attending Southeast High School, graduating in 1964. Brenda was very active in her church growing up where she developed a self-taught talent for piano. Her ability to listen and recreate music was amazing. She married her loving husband, Larry E. Myers in 1972 and lived in Oklahoma City until relocating to Florida in the early 90s. After losing her mother in the early 80s, Brenda decided, alongside two very dear friends, to pursue her quest to find her birth mother, whom she located in Ohio. She was pleasantly surprised to have 4 siblings, two brothers and one sister who she found and grew very close with over the years. Not to mention several nieces and nephews. Unfortunately, Brenda and her siblings were unable to locate the remaining child who was placed into adoption. She loved to tell the story of the Judge that opened her adoption file in the 1980s who just so happened to be the son of the Judge that signed her initial adoption papers in 1949. Ironically, his mother was the social worker who initially placed Brenda in two foster homes prior to her adoption.Brenda was an extremely proud mother of Kent and Darbi, who she loved dearly. Along with raising her children, she worked in the medical field for several years in administration and finished up her career in the hospitality industry as Vice-President of Operations. Brenda loved life, she enjoyed her friends and get-togethers; even creating a ladies poker group for a monthly girl’s night that she was proud to call "Knights at the Round Table". She had an amazing sense of humor. In fact, the combination of her and Larry together would leave the crowd in stitches. They were perfect for each other. She was adored and loved by so many that came to know her. Brenda was positive and uplifting to her family and friends; always living by the Golden Rule, do unto to others. Although our hearts are filled with great sadness with the loss of our beloved mother/grandmother and friend, we know she lived life to the fullest and would want us all to celebrate her now. She will forever be missed but her legacy will live on in the lives of her children and grandchildren. Brenda was strong in her faith and without a doubt knew her place for everlasting life in the Kingdom of God. John 3:16Brenda was preceded in death by her loving husband, Larry of 33 years, who passed away in 2005. Survived by her two children, Terry Kent Roberson and wife, Kim, of Tampa, Florida, and daughter, Darbi Williams/David Ranney of Edmond, Oklahoma. She adored her four grandchildren, Meagan Roberson of Moore, Cameron Perkins and wife, Kelsi of Edmond, Tyler Williams and wife, Miranda of Edmond, Morgan Kate Williams of Edmond and 6 great grandchildren, Haley, Addyson, Ryder, Kaysen, Eleanora and Theodore.

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Earl Warren Veltman

Apr 11, 1948 - Feb 10, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Earl Warren Veltman, age 75, born April 11, 1948 passed away in Tampa, Florida on February 10, 2024, surrounded by the prayers of his family and holding the hand of his bride. Faithfully married to Betty Veltman (Been) for nearly 54 years; beloved father of Brett (Kimberly) Veltman, Chad (Lauren) Veltman, and Beth (James) Conaghan; Fond brother to Lauralee (Wayne) Mangun, late Marilyn (Paul) Westerhof, and late Diane (Ken) Anderson; proud grandfather to 13 grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter. Earl was born and raised in Roseland, Illinois until his family moved to Mokena, Illinois in 1960. He graduated from Lincoln-Way High School in 1966 and met his wife Betty shortly after in 1967. They married in February of 1970 and raised 3 kids in the family home that Earl built in rural Manhattan, Illinois where they resided for 36 years. Earl had a successful business as owner/operator of B&E Trucking & Excavating. Earl, sometimes referred to as "Duke" by his trucking colleagues, loved driving his truck and ministering to his colleagues & clients with kindness and honest business practices. He would often patiently talk and pray with clients who needed his time and attention. Earl & Betty call Jackson Creek Fellowship Church in Monee their church home. Prior, Earl was a founding member of Peace Community Church in Frankfort for 30+ years and faithfully served many years as a deacon or elder. Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 900 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Jackson Creek Fellowship Church; 25800 S Center Road, Monee, IL 60449. Funeral Service will follow at 12pm. A private graveside service and luncheon for family and close friends will follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation https://www.help-fightra.org/donationsHealing Hearts Comfort Dogs https://healing-heartscomfort-dogs.org/donateor Jackson Creek Fellowship Church https://www.jackson-creekfc.com/give Share a memory at www.feddehelfrichcrossfh.com

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Nicholas T. Morrow

Aug 27, 1988 - Jan 28, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Nicholas T. Morrow, 35 of Hudson, FL died on Sunday, January 28, 2024 in Tampa, Florida. Survived by wife, Amanda and sister, Baleigh.

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Lawrence Steven Grossman

Jul 13, 1965 - Feb 01, 2024

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Tampa, FL

Grossman, Lawrence "Larry" Steven, 58, passed away on February 1, 2024. Born in Brooklyn, New York on July 13, 1965, to parents Jewell and Maxwell, he entered the world very sick and made a miracle recovery. Larry moved with his family to Miami, Florida at 4 years old, where he graduated from Sunset High School in 1984 and then studied at Miami Dade Community College. He belonged to various bowling leagues during his time in Miami and he spent many summers with his nieces and nephew keeping them laughing and sharing his favorite hobbies with them.He later moved to Tampa, Florida to be closer to his sister, Donna, and her family. He worked in hospitality before retiring early due to health conditions. Larry had a very kind disposition and could spark a smile or laugh and connect with someone from just a simple weather report. He spent his days loving adrenaline-rushing activities; good days were full of roller coasters, horror movies, haunted houses, pinball machines, and fireworks.He loved to be different, when he participated in fun runs and marathons, he did so walking backward wearing three watches with hologram faces.He was a vibrant individual that could only be described as neon orange, a color he wore often.He is survived by his family, who loved him dearly, his sister Donna Turner (Robert), his beloved nieces Tina Foreman (Mick) and Kimy Stallings (Charlie), and nephew George Marino (Jill) will all miss his electric spirit tremendously, along with sister Elaina Grossman-Amedure. His young grandnephews and nieces considered him a friend, sharing his love for animals, fun, games, and family.A celebration of his life will be held at the Turner residence following a private funeral for the family.

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