Daniel Tracy was a warehouse supervisor at Baileys Industries of Leesburg for the last 5 years.
Frances Lambert was an avid reader and loved romance and fiction novels.
Stephen Earnhart oved Ohio State Buckeye football, rock and roll music and most of all, spending time with his beloved grandchildren.
James Saba always enjoyed a good laugh, and woodworking. His love for his cat carried with him through the last of his years and kept his mind sharp.
Beverly Loeschke was quite an accomplished musician and a child prodigy, who began playing drums at age 2. She went on to master the marimba, and by age 14, was astonishing all who witnessed her talent.
Paul Witt was a member of St. Paul’s Catholic Community in Leesburg, honorary member of The Knights of Columbus, the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Okahumpka, FL and the American Legion.
Toni Whitton worked in the Lake Country School system for over 25 years at both Skeen Elementary and at Leesburg Elementary.
Doug Ward was a heavy equipment operator for Dura-Stress.
Stanley Broda was a millwright in the automotive industry and served his country in the United States Army.
Pilcher Burdorf loved building model airplanes, working on building projects around the house, cheering on the Gators, eating at Sonny’s and Wolfy’s, and serving Jesus.