Flossie Spann graduated from Leesburg High School and retired after working many years for the Minute Maid Company in Leesburg.
While living in Florida, Elma Nelson was an active member of the Red Hats. She also continued her love of flower gardening, especially roses.
Joe Miller pursued a long list of interests and hobbies throughout his life, starting with hunting, fishing and joke telling. He loved to make people laugh.
Stephen Mercer was a member of the First Baptist Church of Leesburg and the Porsche Club of America.
After moving to Leesburg, Lauren Fogleson worked as a home health aide for Visiting Angels in Clermont.
Gloria Monopoli received her Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology and applied that as a school nurse and community college faculty member.
Ralph was a hard worker and enjoyed a lengthy career in the film industry, when he wasn't working he enjoyed playing golf, softball, traveling, especially hiking in North Carolina to reach the waterfalls.
Jerry Krawczyk founded Jerry’s Furniture in Leesburg, along with his wife Dorothy.
Tracy Shepard was a receptionist for Avante Health Care and an avid Gators Football fan.
James Floyd was a gas and electric lineman and was a member of the Whitney Baptist Church in Leesburg. He was a retired Lake County School bus driver, and a truck driver for several companies.