Orlando Obituaries

Orlando Obituaries

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  • 18 hrs ago | via The Janesville Gazette 

    Darrell G. Hansen, Lake Geneva, WI

    Darrell G. Hansen, 35, of Lake Geneva, WI, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015. He left behind many loving family and friends.


  • Saturday Aug 29 | via Daily Mail 

    Orlando Commissioner's daughter, 24, dies under myst...

    Orlando Commissioner's daughter, 24, dies under mysterious circumstances just over a month after her two sons were arrested in a drug bust Arvonni DeBose, 24, was taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after she was found at her home in Tallahassee need of medical assistance The tragedy comes a little over a month after Hill's two sons - Rakeem Hill, 27, and Omari Nembhard, 26 - were arrested in a drug raid They are now interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence in an attempt to find out what happened to the young woman Arvonni DeBose, 24, was taken to the hospital Friday afternoon after she was found at her home in Tallahassee need of medical assistance, and passed away later that day.


  • Saturday Aug 29 | via Morning Journal 

    James Gray

    James Allen Gray, 61, of Windermere, Florida, passed away Tuesday, August 25, 2015, at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando, Florida. After two months of illness, Jimmy passed peacefully with his beloved family by his side.


  • Saturday Aug 29 | via Click Orlando 

    Students dress like Superman to honor teen

    Fluker was just 11 years old when doctors discovered a peripheral nerve sheath tumor. But the Tennessee teen never let it be his kryptonite, eventually going on to play on the defensive line for Morristown West High School's beloved Trojans football team, friend Lyric McCaroll said.


  • Friday Aug 28 | via Erie Times News 

    Larger-than-life Darryl Dawkins dies at 58

    AS TOUGH as things have been on the basketball court in the past couple of years for the 76ers, there has been absolute heartbreak away from the floor for the organization. Just over two months ago, legendary stat man Harvey Pollack succumbed to injuries he suffered in a New Year's Day car crash at the age of 93. Pollack had worked with the organization since the beginning of the NBA, in 1946.


  • Thursday Aug 27 | via Concord Monitor 

    Ex-NBA star Darryl Dawkins, aka 'Chocolate Thunder,'...

    Darryl Dawkins was once summoned in the Philadelphia 76ers' locker room to come meet a celebrity who wanted to meet the man known for dunking with backboard-breaking force. The guest was Grammy Award winner Stevie Wonder.


  • Thursday Aug 27 | via CBS Local 

    Former Sixers Great Darryl Dawkins Dead At 58

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  • Thursday Aug 27 | via The Norwalk Daily Voice 

    Magalie Dormevil, 48, Longtime Norwalk Resident

    Magalie Dormevil, 48, died Sunday, Aug. 23, in Orlando, Fla., after an 11-year battle with an adenoid cystic carcinoma in the head. After settling in Norwalk in 1991, Dormevil began working as a certified nursing aide for various families across Greenwich, Norwalk and Westport.


  • Thursday Aug 27 | via Southwest Times 

    Treva Sutphin Wilson Clark

    Born Oct. 4, 1923, in Pulaski County, she was the daughter of the late Zeb Sutphin and Ethel Owens Sutphin. Her husbands, George Josiah Clark and Roy V. Wilson; son Roderick S. Wilson; and grandsons Richie S. Myers and Sean E. Wilson also preceded her in death.


  • Wednesday Aug 26 | via The Aspen Times 

    Aspen Music Festival students killed Monday reported...

    The tuba player, far right, Ben Darneille, and the trumpet player, in the middle, is Alex Greene. Both Aspen Music School students reportedly died Monday night in a car accident in Wyoming.


  • Tuesday Aug 25 | via Business Insurance 

    Ebola training helps improve health care worker safe...

    Improved training on the handling of patients with infectious diseases may have contributed to a sharp decline in the rate of health care workers infected with Ebola. As of Aug. 18, confirmed cases of the Ebola virus reported to the World Health Organization since the recent outbreak began in 2014 totaled 18,383, with 11,299 deaths for a case fatality rate of 61%.


  • Monday Aug 24 | via The Times 

    Alvin L. Morris

    Alvin L. Morris, 77, passed away Friday morning, Aug. 21, 2015 in his home in Carrabelle with Patricia, his loving wife of 56 years, at his side.


  • Sunday Aug 23 | via The Burlington Free Press 

    Richard Snow

    Even in the face of this devastating disease, he continued to be a source of delight for everyone he encountered.


  • Saturday Aug 22 | via South Florida Sun-Sentinel 

    DNA collection allows mourning to memorialize the dead

    The process of DNA collection after death but before embalming or cremation enables the grieving to keep a family member's DNA long after that person's passing. That can offer potential medical benefits, professionals say.


  • Thursday Aug 20 | via EParis Extra 

    Obituaries for Thursday, August 20, 2015

    Burial services will follow in the Evergreen Cemetery . Mrs. Casey was born on October 16, 1927 in Paris, TX at McCuistion Hospital to Ewell and Ruby Ashworth Armstrong.


  • Wednesday Aug 19 | via Herald-Citizen 

    Bulas McCaleb

    Funeral services for William "Bulas" McCaleb, 83, of Baxter, will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 20, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home in Cookeville. Burial will follow in Boiling Springs Cemetery.


  • Wednesday Aug 12 | via Orlando Crime 

    Inmate son suffered seizure before death, mom says

    Willine Gracia knew her 22-year-old son had been bitten by a police dog during his Thursday armed-robbery arrest, but she had no idea he was in severe pain. The Orlando mother hadn't spoken to her only son, Max Gracia, since the day before his arrest because she was mad about what he'd done.


  • Tuesday Aug 11 | via The Orlando Sentinel 

    Scott McKenzie, beloved radio host, dead at 59

    Scott McKenzie, the witty, charming radio host who brightened Central Florida mornings and bolstered local charities for nearly 25 years, died Tuesday after a seven-year battle with cancer. He was 59. McKenzie had been a fixture at Mix 105.1 with Erica Lee and later with Dana Taylor and Jay Edwards.


  • Monday Aug 10 | via The Orlando Sentinel 

    Orange County Jail inmate death under investigation

    An investigation is underway after an Orange County Jail inmate, who got into a fight with an Orlando police K-9 during his arrest, died Monday. According to officials, 22-year-old Max Gracia was moved from the jail's medical unit to Orlando Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.


  • Saturday Aug 8 | via Palladium-Item 

    Rick Shafer

    Born on March 16, 1946 he was the son of the late Howard and Jean Shafer. Rick grew up in Knightstown, IN.