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died at Florida Hospital Lake Placid on Monday, November 27, 2000. Arrangements entrusted to Fountain Chandler Funeral Home, Inc., Lake Placid, Florida. (legacy.com)
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are appreciated to Chokoloskee Church of God Building Fund, c/o Fountain Chandler Funeral Home, 125 Park Avenue, Lake Placid, FL 33852. Arrangements entrusted to Fountain Chandler Funeral Home, Inc., Lake Placid ... (legacy.com)
Arrangements Entrusted to Fountain Chandler Funeral Home; 125 Park Ave. E. Lake Placid, FL 33852 (863) 465-2113. Sawczak Sawczak, Celia T., 90, of Pembroke Pines, FL died on September 13, 2003. Scarano Funeral Home, Pines Memorial Chapel.* Scanlan Scanlan ... (SunSentinel)
died Tuesday April 16, 2002. He was born in Logan, Utah and came to Lake Placid in 1989 from Tampa, Florida. He was an electronics engineer and Mormon by faith. He is preceded in death by one grandson, Jeffrey Blackhurst. He is survived by his mother ... (findagrave.com)
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