In Memory: March 24

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Lonnie Strickland, 65, Vero Beach

December 21, 1957 – March 01, 2023

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Lonnie Strickland, owner and operator of Strickland Automotive and STRICK9 Racing.

Lonnie passed away on March 1, 2023 at Tampa General Hospital.

He was born in Orlando, FL on December 21, 1957 along with his triplet brothers, Donnie and Ronnie.

Lonnie leaves behind his triplet brother Donnie Strickland (wife Anne), his sister Darlene Johnson, his son Chase Strickland (wife Natalee), his son Trevor Strickland, two granddaughters Ainslee and Brynlee Strickland, niece Brianna Fowler, nephews Ronnie Strickland (wife Savana, son Rhett) and Brandon Boyer (Christina, daughter Isabella and son Brody) as well as his entire STRICK9 Racing extended family.

A Memorial Service to honor him will be held at 10:00 AM on April 1st, 2023 at Pathway Church on 58th Ave in Vero Beach.

Lonnie has been a fixture in the Vero Beach and stock car racing communities for 40+ years. His kindness, generosity, and fun-loving spirit will go unmatched and he will be missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting him.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a tribute donation to the Autism Speaks Foundation, to the Victory Junction Camp for kids with severe illnesses or the Vero Beach First Church of the Nazarene, in memory of Lonnie.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Gail Frances Hammond Harris Kemp Allen, 84, Sebastian

October 05, 1938 – March 06, 2023

Gail Frances Hammond Harris Kemp Allen, age 84, of Sebastian, passed away at her home on Monday, March 6, 2023.

She was born in Lawrence Village, Michigan on October 5, 1938, to parents, Ralph J. and Elizabeth Bisbee Hammond.

Gail moved from Hartford, Michigan to Florida in 1956-1976, Gretna, Louisiana till 1987, Vero Beach till 1994 and finally to Sebastian.

Gail was a graduate of Hartford High School, Hartford, MI, as well as the Indian River Community College, and Florida Bible Institute.

She had worked most recently at the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners as a traffic technician for 13 years; Reagan Equipment Co., Gretna, LA and Point Eight Power, Belle Chasse, LA, as secretary for 10 years; and Brevard County, Deputy Clerk, Titusville, FL for 15 years.

Gail was a member of the Riverview Baptist Church, Ft. Pierce, FL.

Survivors include her sons, William “Bill” (Sheila) Harris and Ronald Harris both of Gretna; daughter, Linda Leo of LA; sister, Martha “Mart” Wright, of MI; and her brother, Ralph John “Johnny” Hammond II of MI; 24 grandchildren, Jennifer, Keith, Judd, Mandy, Donald, Emily, Buddy, Greg, Brannon, Brian, Dustin, Jeff, Chris, Rachel, Ciera, Levi, Becky, Jennifer, JT, Tiffany, Heather, Paul, Christopher, and Kimberly; and 29 great-grandchildren, Kalob, Karlee, Karson, Alyssia, Jonathan, Alex, Teerney, Trinity, Judd, Jr., Khloé, Nathanael, Jaylee, Zander, Camden, Kennede, Jordan, Ty, Skylar, Kayleigh, Gavin, Karli, Kaylee, Remington, Sadie, Callie, Elizabeth, Piper, Raelynn, Josie.

Gail was predeceased by her brother, Boyd Hammond, father, Ralph J. Hammond, mother, Elizabeth “Betty” Bisbee Hammond, 1st husband, Donald E. Harris, 2nd husband, W.H. “Bud” Kemp, 3rd husband, Warren C. Allen, sister, Martha “Marty” Wright, and by her grandson, Zach, and great-granddaughter, Taylor.

A Celebration of Life service will be held 11 a.m., Saturday, March 11, 2023, at Riverview Baptist Church, 4601 N. Old Dixie Hwy, Ft. Pierce, FL.

A private family interment was held at Winter Beach Cemetery, Winter Beach, FL.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Rachel Hope Hampton Moody, 81, Vero Beach

September 12, 1941 – March 12, 2023

Rachel Hope Hampton Moody, 81, went to be with our Lord on Sunday, March 12, 2023.  She passed peacefully in her home.

She was born September 12, 1941, in Boone, North Carolina, to Gwendolyn “Did” and Charles Hampton. Rachel was one of six children: Rebekah, her twin sister, Frances, Fred, Mary, and Gwen.

She attended the Advent Chrisitan Church in Boone as a child and grew to love singing alongside of her twin, Rebekah.  At 13, the girls were invited to sing on the radio broadcast show with Doc Watson, a local music legend in North Carolina. When she was 15, she continued her singing career with Charlie Osborne and the Country Gentlemen, and as time went on, she had the pleasure of singing with musical greats such as Red Sovine, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn as well as local favorites George Wilson and the 2+2s, and Johnny Moore on the Astronaut Trail.  She wrote most of her own material and enjoyed singing about love and her Savior.

In 1956, she married Billy Merl Moody in Gaffney, South Carolina. They moved to Vero Beach in the late 1950’s and quickly started a family.  She worked alongside her husband at Bill’s Gulf station, and at Publix, Perkins Drug, Cox Gifford Funeral Home, Strunk Funeral Home, Lowther Funeral Home, and retired from the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.

Rachel was a faithful member of King’s Baptist Church, teaching Sunday School, working with the youth group, singing in the choir, and leading many people to give their lives to Christ.  She continued to pursue her love of singing at venues around town and with many of her musical friends. As her gift to friends that had passed on, she loved to sing at their services in their memory.  She adored her large family and enjoyed spending time in fellowship with her “girlfriends.” Rachel devoted much of her free time to her jewelry ministry and being a blessing to others.

Survivors include her children Beverly Keehner (Bill), Billy Moody (Alison), Charlie Moody (Adrianne), eight grandchildren Joy Griffin (Justin), Boone Redmond, Will Keehner (Anna), Wesley Moody, Chas Moody (Madeline), Travis Moody (Minhee), Abigail Moody, and Ricky Topliff, three great-grandchildren Josie Campbell, Tucker Campbell, and Merle Redmond, brother Fred Hampton (Gwen), sister Gwen McGougan (Vance), sister-in-law Linda Harm (Rodney) and many, many cousins.

Rachel was predeceased by her loving husband Bill Moody, parents “Did” and Charles Hampton, her twin sister Rebekah Hampton, sisters Frances Howard, Mary Miller, and her daughter Rebeckah Topliff.

The family will greet friends from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., with a Memorial Service to follow at 2:00 p.m., on Friday, March 17th, 2023, at Lowther Funeral Home, with Senior Pastor, Frank V. Ellis, of King’s Baptist Church, officiating.  A private inurnment will be held at Crestlawn Cemetery at a later date.

Flowers are welcome or a memorial contribution in Rachel’s name to King’s Baptist Church, 3235 58th Ave., Vero Beach, FL  32966.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Gus T. Skarlis, 80, Vero Beach

November 17, 1942 – March 08, 2023

Gus T. Skarlis, 80, of Vero Beach, FL passed away peacefully at home on March 8, 2023, surrounded by his family.

Gus was born November 17, 1942, in Mason City, Iowa to Evangeline (Manolis) and Thomas Skarlis.

He graduated Mason City High School in 1961 and then attended Mason City Junior College (NIACC).

In 1969, Gus married Nancy Yurigan and they recently celebrated 53 years together.

He was the owner-operator of Skarlis Olds-Honda-Nissan for over 30 years and loved watching the St. Louis Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings and Iowa Hawkeyes play.

He was preceded in death by his parents Evangeline and Tom Skarlis, grandparents George and Helen Manolis, brother Anthony Skarlis and nephew Tommy Skarlis.

He is survived by wife Nancy; sons, Gus Skarlis Jr. and James Joseph Skarlis; grandchildren, Giada Skarlis, Carter Skarlis, Gavin Skarlis, Clay J Skarlis; brothers, J George (Shirley) Skarlis, James (Sandra) Skarlis and many nieces and nephews.

A Family Memorial service was held on March 10, 2023, at the Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory Chapel.

Memorials may be given to Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Ft. Pierce, Florida or The Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Mason City, Iowa.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

“May His Memory Be Eternal”

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Laurette Ann Lane, 96

March 21, 1926 – March 11, 2023

Laurette Ann Lane took her last breath on March 11, 2023, to join her husband Alfred and son Patrick in heaven. She would have been 97 on March 21st.

Laurette loved to travel which included cruises, Europe and going back home to Canada where she was born in Quebec. She enjoyed Art and crafts shows and frequent trips to St. Augustine to purchase art and where she met Thomas Kinkade. Going to numerous Broadway theatre shows and seeing her grandson perform were always memorable. Until just a few years ago, she always enjoyed working in her garden and playing Bingo numerous times a week. Trips to the arcade, movies and miniature golf with her grandchildren were always at the top of her list.

She is survived by her remaining children, Kathleen Douse(Donald), Carolyn Melton(Randall), Richard Lane, Nancy Marciniak(Edward) and Lori Lane. She had 12 grandchildren; Kyle, Kourtney, Lydia, Randall, Ricky, Nicholas, Katelyn, Nicole, Amanda, Kevin, Kirsten and Kandace. Eleven great grandchildren; Zackary, Kristin, Savannah, Gannon, Tyler, Owen, Mikey, Tucker, Cameron, Amelia and coming soon Benjamin.  Always gracious to help someone in need, there to listen and lots of love to share.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Helen’s Catholic Church on March 18th, 2023 beginning at 12:00 pm.

As a Catholic she believed in charity and in lieu of flowers please consider a donation to St. Jude’s’ Hospital.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

James A. Haynes, 79, Vero Beach

July 25, 1943 – March 09, 2023

James A. Haynes, age 79, passed away peacefully on March 9th, 2023, at the VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach, Fl.

James best known as Jim, was born in Columbus, Ohio to Arthur and Evelyn Haynes. He grew up in Newark, Ohio and worked for Owens Corning as a furnace operator. Jim worked as a furnace operator for 40 years prior to retiring and moving to Vero Beach.

Jim was an avid golfer. He enjoyed traveling to other states with his wife to enjoy the sport. Jim was diagnosed with a terminal illness in 2005 and struggled the long battle heroically.

Survivors include wife Linda Haynes; son Thomas Haynes; siblings Michael Haynes, Richard Haynes, Robert Haynes, and Barbara Studer; grandchildren Tabitha Haynes, Kimberly Haynes, and Isaac Haynes; great grandchildren Syrus and Ezra; brother-in-law Allen Pangle; and close friends Keith Pletcher and Jim Keel.

He was predeceased by parents Arthur and Evelyn Haynes; son Rodney Haynes; sister Judy Doring; and in-laws Guy and Evon Pangle.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

John Bainbridge Hallam, 94, Vero Beach

December 19, 1928 – February 20, 2023

John Bainbridge Hallam of Vero Beach, Florida died on February 20, 2023, at age 94.  He leaves his wife of 34 years, Barbara Perez Hallam, son, John Gregory Hallam (Tammy), and daughters, Travis Hallam Blanton (Robin), Stacey Stewart, and Stephanie Reeder.  He is also survived by his grandsons Charles Lambert, John Lambert, Jordan Hallam, Chase Hallam, Tony Reeder, Austin Reeder, Gabriel Stewart, and Jacob Stewart, and granddaughters Amanda Lambert, Carly HallamTosh, Taylor Hallam, and Brooke Reeder.  In addition, he is survived by six great-grandchildren and by niece, Carol Furst Matulonis and nephew, William Furst, Jr.

John was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on December 19, 1928, to John Cecil Hallam and Alice Bainbridge Hallam.  He grew up in Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania where he graduated from Mt. Lebanon High School.  He earned a B.S. in business from Washington & Jefferson in 1950.  He married Peggy Jean Justice and together they had two children.

They moved to Columbus, Ohio where he worked for Kresges.  Subsequently, they moved to Memphis, Tennessee, and then to Birmingham, Alabama where he pursued a career with Proctor & Gamble.  In 1956, he moved to Ft. Pierce, Florida to work with his father at East Coast Tire, and began his automotive career.  For the next 25 years, he served as Vice President and General Manager of Al Johnson Motors and then Sunrise Ford.

John was very active in his community and a member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church.  He served as first President of the Committee of 100 to help bring companies to Ft. Pierce.  He also served as first President of the Ft. Pierce Exchange Club.  He was a member of the St. Lucie Planning and Zoning Board and the First Regional Planning Board.

He was on the Board of Directors of the Pelican Yacht Club and the Ft. Pierce Kiwanis Club.  In addition, John was Vice President of the Young Republicans Club and an active member of the Jaycees.  He also enjoyed singing barbershop quartet in his early years.

As an accomplished athlete, John wrestled in college, played league softball, and was a ranking racquetball player for over 50 years, retiring at age 87.  He was an avid reader, swimmer, body surfer, Miami Dolphins fan, and loved working in his yard.  John also enjoyed creating stained glass windows and was a talented and prolific oil painter.

John married the love of his life, Barbara Weiss Perez, in 1989 at St. Andrews Episcopal Church where they were active members.  They moved to the Florida Keys where they owned and operated The Car Place and attended St. Colombo Episcopal Church.  In the Keys, John learned to snorkel with a hookah rig and fell in love with it.  They retired to Vero Beach in 1998 and became active members of Trinity Episcopal Church where John was an usher and sang in the choir.  With his deep love of animals, he enjoyed volunteering at the Indian River County Humane Society and at the St. Lucie County Aquarium in Ft. Pierce for over ten years.  He also volunteered at The Source in Vero Beach and served as a Salvation Army Bell ringer.

John was predeceased by his parents, his sister Joan Hallam Furst, her husband William Furst, Sr., and his first wife Peggy Justice Hallam.

A memorial service is planned for April 15 at 10:00 a.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church in Vero Beach, with reception to follow.

in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the St. Lucie County Aquarium, Smithsonian Marine Ecosystems Exhibit.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Louis Fitzpatrick, 89, Florida

July 13, 1933 – March 16, 2023

Louis Fitzpatrick, 89, passed away on March 16th in Vero Beach, Florida.  He was the son of Christopher and Helen (Blackburn) Fitzpatrick.  Lou graduated from LaSalle Academy and the University of Rhode Island where he was a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

He was a Korean War veteran.

Lou was a salesman and branch manager in building materials and later owned and operated a stage curtain and commercial drapery business before retiring to Florida where he managed condos in Palm Beach and Vero Beach.

Lou was a Rotarian in Essex, Connecticut, an Elk in Jupiter, Florida, an American Legionnaire, and a member of Palm Beach Community Manager’s Association.

Loving travel, Lou and his wife covered much of the world.  Lou also enjoyed spectator sports.  He was an avid fan of Notre Dame and the New England Patriots.

Lou leaves his wife of 64 years, Patricia (Cronin) Fitzpatrick and his daughter Kerry Fitzpatrick-Quick (Jeffrey), his grandchildren Alycia and Matthew Quick and Michael, Mark, and Mimi Fitzpatrick.  He was predeceased by his sons John and Brian.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. John of the Cross Church on Monday, March 27th at 11:00 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lou’s memory to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Memorial Giving 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Larry Dale Bullington, 73, Fort Pierce

November 04, 1949 – March 20, 2023

Larry Dale Bullington, age 73, passed away peacefully on March 20th, 2023, at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital.

He was born in Lacoochie, FL and at a young age relocated to Fort Pierce, FL, where he was raised.

Larry was a US Army Veteran and he served in the First Calvary Division during Vietnam. While in one of the most decorated combat divisions in the United States Army, Larry received a purple heart and many other various medals.

Prior to retirement, Larry was a seasoned Master Lineman for the Ft. Pierce Utilities Authority.

Survivors include the love of his life Marsha A. Bullington; his children Summer Adams and Nickolas Bullington; siblings Edward Bullington, Loretta Kaul, Jackie Bullington, Betty Martoglio, Sandra Selph, Dexter Bullington, and Kate Burnett; as well as many loving nieces and nephews.

Larry was predeceased by his mother Faye Stull; aunt Stella “Butterball” Dicks; father Clarence Edward Bullington; niece Delaina Fulghum; and nephews Derek Gray and William L. Hensley.

A Celebration of Life will be held on March 26th, 2023, at 11:00 am at White City Park in Fort Pierce, Florida.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

From Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory

Donald Norman Cheetham, 92, Vero Beach

April 21, 1930 – March 18, 2023

Donald Norman Cheetham, child of God, of Vero Beach, FL died peacefully at home in his daughter’s arms on March 18, 2023, at the age of 92. He was born in Nashua, NH to Norman Cheetham and Lucy Isabelle Bishop, and was brother to the late Robert Cheetham of Lake City, FL.

He lived most of his life in the Springfield area, Chicopee, and Wilbraham for 85 years.  Don was flown by Air Ambulance to Vero Beach, where he spent his last 2 years and 7 days recovering and enjoying the warmth and sunshine of our little piece of paradise prior to his passing.

We were blessed to have him an extra 27 months before succumbing to respiratory failure and congested heart failure.

Predeceased were great grandparents Thomas and Edith Cheetham from Ramsbottom, England and Oscar Newell Bishop and Elizabeth “Lizzie” Haines from Burtts Corner, New Brunswick, Canada.  She died 10/25/1919 of Spanish Flu in Nashua, NH. Leaving 8 children, ages 2 – 18 years old. Don’s mother Lucy was only 7 at the time and was then raised by her oldest sister, Roxie Annabel.

Don was predeceased by his wife of 51 years, Barbara R. “Bobbie” (Watts) Cheetham, originally of Lancaster, PA. He spent the last 15 years of his life with Sandra “Sandy” Barbeau of Springfield, MA, a cherished friend of over 70 years.  He was a loving father to daughters, Donna Keyes of Stow, MA, (late husband Ralph Keyes) and Linda (Michael) Palmioli of Vero Beach, FL. Known as “Bronka”, he was the devoted grandfather of Ryan Norman Keyes of Rochester Hills, MI, Kathryn (Heather) Keyes of Stow, Timothy (Joanna) Palmioli of East Longmeadow, MA, and Daniel Palmioli of New Orleans, LA.  Bronka’s greatest joy was in becoming a great grandfather to Braelyn Cecelia Keyes of Stow, and step great grandfather, to Emma and Evan Spillane of East Longmeadow.

Uncle to William (Debbie) Cheetham of West Springfield and Deborah Cheetham (Charles) Mattheus of Wiaomanalo, HI, great uncle to Gary Cheetham of Springfield, Carl and Rhea Mattheus of Wiaomanalo, godfather to David Carlson of Monson, MA, and cousin to Robert Hanson Murfreesboro, TN.

Don was an honorably discharged Veteran of the United States Marine Corps, having served his country during the Korean War.  He worked at Marine Base Quantico, VA as a mapmaker and lithographic platemaker.  While there, he and his wife, Bobbie, welcomed their first born, Donna Lee.

He took over as Grand Master of the Indian Orchard Masonic Lodge, of Springfield, when his father-in-law died of a coronary obstruction while waterskiing at their cottage on Little Alum Pond in Brimfield, MA in 1964.

He spent 50 years fixing up an old 1890 Victorian home in Wilbraham, which hosted many fine family gatherings. He converted the attic into a newlywed apartment for both Donna and Ralph and Linda and Michael. He was a handyman with a good sense of Yankee ingenuity. He could use roofing tar in more ways than could be imagined and used old lithographic plates as step flashing at “camp.”

As a youth, he enjoyed building model planes as well as model trains, and was a former Boy Scout.  Favorites at the camp were fishing, swimming, diving, boating, water skiing, and whipping the kids and grandkids around the lake on a tire tube behind a ski boat at the cottage he built on Little Alum Pond.

He was a left-handed pitcher and enjoyed bowling, bike riding, snow skiing, and especially golf with his two best buddies, Matt Metzler, and Bob Hopkins. He was blessed by a recent visit from Bob.

Besides enjoying music and sports himself, he never missed the grandchildren’s band concerts or plays. You would find him in the stands cheering them and their friends on at the swim meets, pole vaulting, soccer, volleyball, lacrosse, and softball games.

He put a lot of miles on his van taking many trips to Florida and Maine, church youth gatherings, and delivering food to the soup kitchen.

Don enjoyed being at the dinner table surrounded by family and friends, especially at the extra-long picnic table that Dominic built at camp.

He also had a passion for fishing and the artistic craft tying his own flies.  Fly fishing in rivers for trout was a favorite pastime. He also had a love for photography and enjoyed developing his photos in the darkroom of his home.

Summers were filled helping his wife, children, and grandchildren, with the Wilbraham Ecumenical Bible School for nearly 20 years.

As a youth he had a job hand placing duck pins in the back of the bowling alley, going back to school for TV repair, at a time when televisions had tubes. He also worked as a Real Estate Agent with his wife for Gunstock Mountain Resort, NH. His first fulltime employment was in the dark room at Eastern Etching as a step and repeat lithographic platemaker. Don was promoted to the Art Room Supervisor, he was then eventually transferred to the Lavallee & Ide, tool manufacturing division where after 50 years he retired as National Reamer Sales Manager.  He didn’t stay retired for long.  He started working as Greeter at the Wilbraham Funeral Home for an additional 25 years.

Don will be remembered as a loving, caring, quiet man. He was adventurous and always ready for a road trip in the O’Baygo (Winnebago). He had a dry sense of humor and a quick wit.

Don enjoyed being at the dinner table surrounded by family and friends, especially at the extra-long picnic table that Dominic built at camp.

He also had a passion for fishing and the artistic craft tying his own flies.  Fly fishing in rivers for trout was a favorite pastime. He also had a love for photography and enjoyed developing his photos in the darkroom of his home.

Their home and car were always filled with music. Dad would occasionally play the harmonica and even his mother’s accordion.

He enjoyed singing and was a member of the choirs at Bethesda, Christ the King, Our Savior Lutheran, and Wilbraham Men’s and mixed chorus.

He put a smile on the face of every person he met and will be greatly missed by his family and many longtime friends including the Tuesday Lunch Gang at the mall, and Saturday night dinners that included Ruth Carlson, Sandy Barbeau, and Art and Norma Semle.

Traveling, and playing cribbage brought joy to him through his last weeks of life; even winning his last two games.

Celebration of Life will be held on his birthday, April 21, 2023, at 11:30, at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Vero Beach.

Service of Remembrance will be at Bethesda Lutheran, Springfield, the morning of May 1st, 2023, arrangements under the direction of Wilbraham Funeral Home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Our Savior Lutheran Church Music, 1850 6th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32960, Christ the King Lutheran, 758 Main St., Wilbraham, MA 01095, or Shriners Hospital, 516 Carew St., Springfield, MA 01104.

Arrangements are by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.

Comments are closed.