James Snedden served in the Army, where he was stationed in Germany.
Jim Morrell was an avid hunter prior to moving to Florida and was also a referee of youth hockey games. He served 12 years in the U.S. Army Reserves.
Rich Crocker was a former Salesman in the Grocery Distribution Industry and also worked in Leesburg at the Publix Food Store for a short period where he was loved by all that worked with him.
Andrew Competiello, of Leesburg, passed away September 19 at the age of 66.
Janis Tesch enjoyed sewing, and loved to work on craft projects. She enjoyed taking care of people and her family.
Betty Sue McKaig worked at the New York Telephone Compan until her retirement in 1987, when she moved to Leesburg.
Mary Galbreath worked 34 years as an educator in schools throughout Central Florida, including Leesburg High School.
Dick Ripley was passionate about entertaining and loved preparing various meats on the grill or smoker, always cooking a new creation for his guests.
Mary Ann Nicodemus-Havens was a retired high school teacher, having taught for 22 years in Humble, Texas.
Chris Crumpton loved being able to participate in Special Olympics through the years. His sports were: Bowling, Track & Field, Bocce, Basketball & Swimming.