St. Augustine Obituaries

St. Augustine Obituaries

Local obituary notices in St. Augustine, FL

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  • Thursday Aug 2 | via 

    Kent Rigg

    Kent Rigg, who helped establish Piggly Wiggly as one of Southwest Virginia's most beloved icons, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 27, 2018 in St. Augustine, FL.


  • Jul 16, 2018 | via 

    Susan Leigh "Suzy" Day

    Susan Leigh "Suzy" Day, beloved daughter of Peggy and LeRoy Day of Gordonsville, VA passed away on Tuesday, July 10, 2018.


  • Jul 14, 2018 | via Historic City News 

    Who called the city's fallen soldiers white supremac...

    This week, one of seven of St Augustine City Manager John Regan's hand-picked panelist, chosen to serve on an ostensibly impartial, unbiased and "balanced" committee, whose task it was to recommend "contextualization" of the city's 1879 American Civil War memorial, tried to marginalize Mayor Nancy Shaver's reaction to his recommendation to use inflammatory language on plaques proposed to be attached to the 139-year-old historic artifact.


  • Jul 12, 2018 | via The Review 

    Craig Peters

    Mr. Peters was retired from the U.S. Air Force, serving 10 years including during Desert Storm, and was currently employed with First Energy. Survivors include his daughters, Elaina Peters and Ashlyn Peters, both of Saint Augustine, Fla.; and his brothers and sisters: John R. Peters, Jackie Meyer, Gerald Peters Sandra Wilson, Donna Wiley, Paul Peters, Shari Zdinak and Gina Kelley.


  • Jul 7, 2018 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Lloyd W. White

    Lloyd W. White, age 59, resident of Pulaski since 2015, formerly of Eatonton, GA, passed away unexpectedly, Tuesday, at his home. Lloyd was born March 22, 1959 in Maryland, the son of Donald and Barbara Stevens White.


  • Jul 7, 2018 | via Star Tribune 

    Bill Smith, a compassionate supporter of recovering ...

    It was 1976 and Bill Smith had been drinking heavily since his four-year tour in the Navy ended. He felt lots of hurt and displayed considerable belligerence, which was causing him problems at home and on the job at Honeywell, where he was an electrician.


  • Jul 7, 2018 | via Historic City News 

    Letter: Not time to change the memorial

    I was one of the few people that regularly attended most of the Confederate Monument Committee meetings and can attest that the committee did not have an easy job. While a noble attempt, these four plaques do not accomplish the original assignment.


  • Jun 30, 2018 | via Times Observer 

    Theodore Hackman

    He was a graduate of Youngsville High School and was owner of West End Auto Parts, Youngsville, for many years.