In Memory: April 2

From Cox-Gifford Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory

Margaret McGregor Gilman, 87, Vero Beach

April 13, 1933 – April 01, 2021

Margaret McGregor Gilman of Vero Beach, passed on Holy Thursday, April 1st, in her home of natural causes. She was born Margaret McGregor in Newburyport, MA on Holy Thursday 4/13/33. She was predeceased by her husband Alcide Gilman, her daughter Cheryl Gilman Neuberger, three sisters and a brother. Margaret is survived by her daughter Karen Hope and her son Michael Gilman, both of Vero Beach, her son Kevin Gilman of Steamboat Springs, CO, five grandchildren, a great granddaughter and a great-great granddaughter and her brother Jimmy McGregor of Newburyport, MA. She was an active member of St. John of the Cross Catholic Church, and a member of the Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites.

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Debra K. Fite Potzer, 64, Sebastian

June 20, 1956 – March 30, 2021

Debra K. Fite Potzer, 64, of Sebastian, Florida, passed away peacefully on March 30, 2021 at Sebastian River Medical Center. At Debbi’s request, she will be cremated and there will be no service. She wanted to be remembered by the memories she left with her family and friends.

Debbie was born on the 20th of June in 1956 in Evansville, Indiana to the late Margie Pierce Riddle and John W. Fite. Debbie was a 1975 graduate of Greenbrier High School in Greenbrier, Tennessee. She was a retired insurance agent who loved to fish, cook, entertain and enjoy her fur babies. Debbie loved to spend time with her family and friends.

Debra is survived by her daughter, Margie Harper, son, Allen Potzer of Sebastian, Florida, stepson Robbie Potzer, stepdaughter, Tracy Potzer of Jacksonville, Florida, sisters Cindy Morgan (Jack) of NPS, Florida, Sandy Biggs of Springfield, Tennessee, brother Greg Riddle (Tracy) of Cedar Hill, Tennessee, stepfather Horace Riddle of Cedar Hill, Tennessee, and many nieces and nephews.

We will remember Debbie for her laughs and her love; for family and friends. She will be missed.

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