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1979-2015
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Benjamin Ryan Leo Simi

Lovingly memorialized by The Simi Family on 02 December 2015

Our beloved Ryan, having done all to stand during a long battle with cancer, has fallen asleep on Thursday, November 26, 2015, surrounded by his loving family and is now awaiting the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Ryan was born on December 12, 1979, the firstborn of Leroy Simi and Karen Patterson (Simi). He had three younger siblings and a nephew, who greatly loved and respected him: Alison Simi, Laura Cirksena, Scott Simi and Jude Cirksena. From his youth Ryan had a passion for truth and standing on God’s Word. Of his many attributes, Ryan was an
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1940-2015
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Augusta Akua Sena Gabianu

Lovingly memorialized by Kelly Henderson on 16 November 2015

Welcome, **YOU MUST REGISTER (ABOVE) BEFORE POSTING!!*** Thank you for visiting this tribute page, created in loving memory of Madam Augusta Sena Gabianu by Kelly Henderson. Dela and I attended the same university and we were roommates for two years. Also, Dela is the godmother of my four children. To read Augusta Sena's biography, click here . We invite you to leave a tribute for Augusta Sena, share a photo, share a video, and/or dedicate a song. You must register on this website before posting your tribute. We suggest that you write and edit in Word, before copying and
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1937-2015
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John LaCourt

Lovingly memorialized by Savannah Schuman on 13 August 2015

It is difficult to condense one’s full life into a paragraph or two, but here are the highlights: Born to Eleanor and Wesley LaCourt on May 17th, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, John, or Jack to his family and friends, was the eldest of three siblings: Richard, George, and Isabelle. When he was a young child, his family relocated to Bay City, Michigan. During World War II and for the rest of his working career, his father, Wesley, worked as a superintendent at Defoe’s Shipbuilding Company and the family had a small farm where John and his siblings worked hard
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1930-2015
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Gordon Quarry

Lovingly memorialized by Tony Quarry on 09 August 2015

Gordon Wayne Quarry died on January 1st, 2015 from old age and with colon cancer. He was born on 11/03/1930 to Wilbur and Ruby Quarry in Oakland, CA. He follows his two brothers Billy and Harold. He is survived by his wife Anita Quarry of 59 plus years and 7 sons (Ron, Gordon, Terry, Jerry, Tony, Michael, and Erik) a daughter (Vicki) 8 grand children and 3 great grand children. He loved his family and we all miss him dearly.
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1958-2015
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Michael McClelland

Lovingly memorialized by Karen McClelland on 06 August 2015

Michael McClelland, 57, a beloved and devoted husband and father passed suddenly on August 5, 2015 in Powder Springs, Georgia. He was born in China Lake, California and later moved to Portland, Oregon where he began his loving family and 37 year career with United Parcel Service. Mike’s life was filled with passion for his family--his positive spirit and humor radiated. Constantly on-the-move, Mike lived his life to the fullest through boating, water skiing, snow skiing, bowling, softball and hunting. And of course we cannot overlook his affinity for corvettes and car shows. Mike's creative talent and enthusiasm in
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1953-2015
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William F. Roberts Jr.

Lovingly memorialized by Jacqueline Roberts on 10 June 2015

Senior Chief Petty Officer William F. Roberts Jr., U.S. Navy (Retired), of Orlando, passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, June 7th, at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born and raised in Gastonia, North Carolina, where he resided until enlisting in the U.S. Army in 1973. William was a proud veteran serving a total of 22 years, first in the U.S. Army, then in the U.S. Navy, where he retired. As a highly respected Gas Turbine Engineer, he served his tours of duty all over the world, including aboard the
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1940-2015
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Amope Sanusi

Lovingly memorialized by Yomi Sanusi on 30 April 2015

Just like everyone I had no control over who my parents happened to be; but still managed to hit the jackpot upon my conception. It is an honour and a privilege to have Amope Silifatu Sanusi as my nurturer and mother. Not just for adorable attributes including simplicity, honesty and transparent humility. Through the challenges and triumphs of life Maami remained courageous, prayerful, joyful, and very hard working. I solemnly assert in humility that it is unbelievably improbable to encounter many born of a woman more patient, optimistic, meek and long-suffering in the face of adversity. She did so much good
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1948-2015
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GBADEBO TIMOTHY OYEKAN

Lovingly memorialized by Dunsin Oyekan on 07 April 2015

A man strong in faith, in character and in wisdom. Daddy was a father to fathers, a leader in every sense of the word, and a rare mentor. A man with a legacy that remains impeccable, one of God's generals on earth who through his words, presence and impact made a difference in the lives of all he met. A man of integrity who remained true and resolute even till the very end; faithful and committed to his calling, he did not waver in faith at any point in time. A loving husband, father, grand father, pastor, and friend, he
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1937-2015
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Modupe Ogunbowale Nee Odusanya

Lovingly memorialized by Olufemi Ogunbowale on 17 February 2015

This past weekend 2/14/15 would ever remain fresh in our memories, We were shocked beyond words with the news of the passing onto glory of our Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Aunt and Sister Mrs Modupe Ogunbowale Nee Odusanya, Who suddenly without warning, was taken away from us all. She was a devout Christian, a woman that feared the Lord, a lover of God, a woman of prayer and faith, gentle, peaceful, submissive, full of love, caring, kindhearted, warm, generous and a blessing to a lot of people. She was a loving mother to all, not only to her children and family. She
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1978-2015
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Manish Makwana

Lovingly memorialized by Rajen Makwana on 14 January 2015

Manish Makwana was a great man. Saying that just does not do it. Unfortunately, we do not have the words to truly explain what this man did for people around him, what he meant to the people close to him and just how much he did for others. Manish was honest and direct, he told things as he saw them. Manish was always there for his friends and family. If you had a problem, Manish would be at your side, through thick and thin, and would not give up on a task until it was completed. Hard working and meticulous
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