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Vivian Aston

Oct 21, 1948 - Nov 21, 2023

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Jupiter, FL

Vivian Marie Aston, 75, of Jupiter, Florida passed away on Tuesday, November 21, 2023. She was born in Waterbury, CT on October 21, 1948. A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, November 26, 2023 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Cremation and Event Center, 754 Us Highway 1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408.

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Paul Robert Welsh

Jul 06, 1959 - Feb 16, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Paul Robert Welsh C.P.A.; a Father, a Friend, a Mentor, and a Taxnerd. These titles given cannot begin to explain the man Paul Welsh was. He was a Hemingway, Jacques Cousteau, mixed with the dos Equis guy (the most interesting man in the world). Paul is preceded in death by his parents, C. Robert and Jane E. Welsh in 2022. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he grew up in Ocean City Maryland with six siblings. He graduated high school from Worcester Preparatory School in 1977 and went on to pursue a Bachelor's in Accounting from Salisbury University. Next, he achieved his Masters of Science in Taxation. He moved the family to Florida in 2000. Scuba diving was his first choice of many Florida activities, he became a course director for PADI and a master diver. Meeting Paul on a dive boat brought many friends’ homes to enjoy a good dinner and even better company. Paul loved to cook and host, not some grandiose event, but home cooked meals from the heart. Shots of tequila and cheers to life were spontaneous at the Welsh house. When he wasn't below the ocean waves, he was high in the sky flying with his twin engine pilots license. Enjoying the views that Florida had to offer. Recently, Paul and his son enjoyed golfing. Almost every weekend "hey I'm on the 15th can I call you back" except during Tax season, then it was hunker down time. Though sometimes he could get out, play hooky, (or slicey) to spend family time with Austin, but then right back to the grindstone. Paul was an extraordinary gentleman, surrounded by loved ones. His family included his son, Austin; his sisters, Ginnie, Patty, Kathy, and Nancy; his brothers, Thomas and Michael; wonderful nieces and nephews; as well as many great friends and loved ones. All who will continue to remember Paul as a great Father, a Friend, a Mentor, and a Taxnerd. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March, 2, 2024 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Aycock-Riverside Funeral Home, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458.

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Marilyn Jean Dempsey

Mar 30, 1929 - Feb 25, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Marilyn Jean Dempsey (nee Dappert), 94, of Jupiter, went to the Lord on Sunday, February 25, 2024. Jean was born in Evanston, IL and lived in such far-flung places as Germany, California, and Georgia with her Master Sergeant husband before settling in Florida in 1964. She worked at Montgomery Ward in Chicago, and the Palm Beach County School Board in Jupiter. Over the years, she was a member of Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, Christ the King Lutheran Church, Judea Shrine No. 14, Star of Jupiter OES, and Jupiter Lighthouse Sam’s chapter 140 camping club. She was also an avid animal lover. She has been many things to many people: daughter (to the late Walter G. and Gladys E. Dappert), sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, neighbor, friend. She was predeceased by her loving husband Russell (2006) and daughter Jeanne Ricketson (1992), and is survived and sorely missed by her daughters Pam and Linda, her sister Betty, and their respective families. May the Lord grant us comfort as she now rests in peace. May her memory remain her last enduring act as the Lord’s servant to strengthen the love and faith of all those who held her dear. A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024 from 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM at Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, FL 33458. A committal service will follow at Riverside Memorial Park, 19351 SE County Line Road, Tequesta, FL 33469. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial gifts to Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 13301 Ellison Wilson Road, Juno Beach, FL 33408.

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Inez Walsh Moore

Jan 21, 1945 - Feb 24, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Inez Walsh Moore of Scituate, formerly of Wellesley, daughter of the late E. Corbett Walsh and Norinne (Feeny) Walsh, wife of her beloved husband, Thomas W. Moore, answered God’s call on February 24th in Jupiter Florida. She was surrounded by her devoted husband, six children, younger sister, nephew and close friends. Inez leaves her children: Thomas W. Jr., Jefferson Corbett, Nicole Roman (Derek), Martina Cravedi, Quentin (Kimberly) and Marya (Shannon Bergh); sixteen grandchildren: Jefferson, Jack, Brendan, Andrew, Tommy, Todd, George, Marcus, Derek, Calvin, Norine, Jameson, Quentin, Logan, Charlotte, and Cole; her siblings Bonnie Stoloski (William), Quentin Walsh (Randi), Toni Curry (Brian), 13 nieces and nephews and her furry favorites Jaxon and Aho. Inez is predeceased by her twin boys, Timothy and Robert, and brothers E. Corbett Walsh SJ., Robert (Robo) and Thomas (Tucker) Walsh. “What a glorious day!”. Inez’s mantra as she walked to her favorite “piece of heaven on earth”, Minot Beach. Securing her spot “at the opening”, her toes in the sand and surrounded by family, especially her sixteen grandchildren, she was content. Her day was complete when at the stroke of five Tom arrived with her vodka and tonic in hand. It would be after sunset before Nez would stroll home. “Moore Manor” was invariably filled with family, friends, and friends of friends, who would share her incredible meals and warm hospitality. Even if you entered as a stranger, you left with a bear hug, a smile and an open invitation to return. When seasons changed, Nez could be found on a field, or at the rink cheering on her grandchildren, tailgating with Tom at Holy Cross, supporting the Ursuline community or just enjoying a good card game with friends. She was a card shark, the Wheel of Fortune wizard and the Rummy Tile queen. Nez seldom answered calls or emails, she was too busy living life. She loved seeing the world and going on adventures, but her favorite places will always be Juno Beach and Bermuda, surrounded by her family and friends. If there was a need, there was Nez, showing up with a meal, a warm hug, her huge smile and always a prayer. She will be deeply missed. When we reminisce about the things she used to say, we miss her and think she is so far away. We remember what she gave lives on through us, and one day we’ll see her on the sandy shore at dusk. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11:00am on Monday March 4th, at St. John the Evangelist Church, 9 Glen Rd in Wellesley Hills. Visiting hours are 2-6pm on Sunday March 3rd at the Henry J. Burk e& Sons Funeral Home, 56 Washington St. Wellesley Hills. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in loving memory of Inez Walsh Moore, to Ursuline Academy, 85 Louder St. Dedham MA 02026 or online at ursulineacademy.com/giving Monday’s service will be livestreamed. https://sjspwellesley.org/sj/live/

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Inez Walsh Moore

Jan 21, 1945 - Feb 24, 2024

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Jupiter, FL

Inez Walsh Moore of Scituate, formerly of Wellesley, daughter of the late E. Corbett Walsh and Norinne (Feeny) Walsh, wife of her beloved husband, Thomas W. Moore, answered God’s call on February 24th in Jupiter Florida. She was surrounded by her devoted husband, six children, younger sister, nephew and close friends. Inez leaves her children: Thomas W. Jr., Jefferson Corbett, Nicole Roman (Derek), Martina Cravedi, Quentin (Kimberly) and Marya (Shannon Bergh); sixteen grandchildren: Jefferson, Jack, Brendan, Andrew, Tommy, Todd, George, Marcus, Derek, Calvin, Norine, Jameson, Quentin, Logan, Charlotte, and Cole; her siblings Bonnie Stoloski (William), Quentin Walsh (Randi), Toni Curry (Brian), 13 nieces and nephews and her furry favorites Jaxon and Aho. Inez is predeceased by her twin boys, Timothy and Robert, and brothers E. Corbett Walsh SJ., Robert (Robo) and Thomas (Tucker) Walsh. “What a glorious day!”. Inez’s mantra as she walked to her favorite “piece of heaven on earth”, Minot Beach. Securing her spot “at the opening”, her toes in the sand and surrounded by family, especially her sixteen grandchildren, she was content. Her day was complete when at the stroke of five Tom arrived with her vodka and tonic in hand. It would be after sunset before Nez would stroll home. “Moore Manor” was invariably filled with family, friends, and friends of friends, who would share her incredible meals and warm hospitality. Even if you entered as a stranger, you left with a bear hug, a smile and an open invitation to return. When seasons changed, Nez could be found on a field, or at the rink cheering on her grandchildren, tailgating with Tom at Holy Cross, supporting the Ursuline community or just enjoying a good card game with friends. She was a card shark, the Wheel of Fortune wizard and the Rummy Tile queen. Nez seldom answered calls or emails, she was too busy living life. She loved seeing the world and going on adventures, but her favorite places will always be Juno Beach and Bermuda, surrounded by her family and friends. If there was a need, there was Nez, showing up with a meal, a warm hug, her huge smile and always a prayer. She will be deeply missed. When we reminisce about the things she used to say, we miss her and think she is so far away. We remember what she gave lives on through us, and one day we’ll see her on the sandy shore at dusk. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11:00am on Monday March 4th, at St. John the Evangelist Church, 9 Glen Rd in Wellesley Hills. Visiting hours are 2-6pm on Sunday March 3rd at the Henry J. Burk e& Sons Funeral Home, 56 Washington St. Wellesley Hills. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in loving memory of Inez Walsh Moore, to Ursuline Academy, 85 Louder St. Dedham MA 02026 or online at ursulineacademy.com/giving Monday’s service will be livestreamed. https://sjspwellesley.org/sj/live/

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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