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Doucette, Louis Jerome - Miami  
DOUCETTE, LOUIS JEROME, 81, died peacefully Aug. 27, 2015, at his Pinecrest home. A well-respected contributor to the community, Lou was best known for operating the Mobil gas station on S. Dixie Highway and SW 104th Street since 1961. Lou was born in Boston, Mass., on Aug. 23, 1934, and married his high-school sweetheart, Lorraine, in 1952. The couple moved to Miami in 1960 to start a family and a business. Lou was a self-taught and natural businessman that knew the petroleum industry inside and out. He continuously won awards within ExxonMobil Corporation for being one of the top sellers in the nation. He was very active in giving back to the community, especially because he enthusiastically sponsored local high schools, from academic clubs to sport teams. For the past several years, Lou had several health issues. Throughout countless doctor appointments, he taught his family the lessons of positivity and perseverance. He always has a smile on his face and tried to make everyone laugh, even on his toughest days. A very religious man, Lou donated to the local churches on a regular basis. He was a part of the Knights of Columbus and remained a very prominent presence at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary St. Richard's Catholic Church throughout his medical issues. Lou had a love for Frank Sinatra and a passion for good food. He enjoyed golf and was a master at storytelling. He was truly dedicated to family morals and lived to make his grandchildren happy. He is survived by his wife, Lorraine; four children and their spouses, Louis Doucette and Maggie Flanagan, Linda and Doug Null, Lee and Karen Doucette, and Laurie Duckworth and Tom Mowry; nine grand-children, Lindsay (Chris), Christina (Leslie), Ashley, Lesley, Samantha, Victoria, Mikaela, Zachary and Keanna; and his beloved dog, Price. Services will be held at Stanfill Funeral Homes on Mon., Aug. 31, 2015, from 6 to 9 p.m. There will be a mass at Our Lady of Holy Rosary-St. Richard's Catholic Church, 7500 SW 152 St., on Tues., Sept. 1, at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, Lou supported these organizations: Our Lady of Holy Rosary St. Richard's Catholic Church: 7500 SW 152 Street, Miami, Fla., 33157, 305-233-8711 Morningstar Renewal Center: 7292 SW 124 Street, Miami, Fla., 33156, 305-238-4367
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Published in the Miami Herald on Aug. 30, 2015

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Diaz, H. Guido  
H. Guido Diaz, M.D., born January 11, 1936 to Bonifacio Diaz and Amparo Landrian. He was born and raised in Ciego de Avila, Cuba. He received his medical degree at Universidad de Salamanca, Fac De Med, Salamanca, Spain in 1964. He completed his residency training at the Cook County Hospital, Chicago. He served his residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He continued to become a Professor at University of Miami School of Medicine for 38 years. During that time he rose to Vice Chairman of University of Miami Psychiatric Department, Jackson Memorial Hospital and a Fellow of American Psychiatric Association. Survivors include his wife Nahid, two children, David and Susan, their spouses Apple and Hubert; grandson Steven and his brother Ivo. Guido was a great man of substance, an intellectual, a person of great character, a lover of psychiatry. He had a wonderfully charming sense of humor always paired with a warm smile. He was kind and generous to every person he encountered. Most of all he was an "excellent" father and grandfather. His love will not be forgotten. Visitation is on Aug 30(Sun) 3-9 PM; Burial is on Aug 31(Mon) 1:30 PM at Caballero Rivero Woodlawn South Park located in 11655 S.W. 117th Ave, Miami, FL 33186
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Published in the Miami Herald on Aug. 29, 2015

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Dearr, Nancy - Miami  
DEARR, NANCY RUSSELL, 62, longtime Miami resident, died peacefully in her sleep on August 26. Born in Atlanta, GA on 12/07/1952 to James W. Russell and Jean Buck Russell, and raised in Miami, Nancy graduated from Southwest High School and later attended FSU and Hunter College in New York. She met her husband in 1972 during the McGovern for President campaign and early in her career worked in advertising and public relations, but her true calling was as a wife and mother serving as a parent leader in many capacities during her children's school years. She is survived by her husband of 42 years Ryan Dearr, her son Taylor and daughter Siobhan, her sister Eileen Russell (Paul Goure) of Atlanta, and her "sister" Janet Powell. Funeral Services will be at 12:30 pm, Monday, August 31 at Stanfill Funeral Home 10545 S. Dixie Hwy, Miami. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Aug. 28, 2015
Diaz, Beverly T. - Miami  
DIAZ, BEVERLY T., 79, passed away August 18, 2015. Arrangements held by Caballero Rivero Westchester
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Published in the Miami Herald on Aug. 28, 2015

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Debrei, Elmer - Miami  
DEBREI, ELMER, 87, born in Carteret, N.J., passed away on Aug. 25th, 2015 in Miami, FL. He was a graduate of the University of Miami, a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, and a beloved teacher at Southwest Miami High School for many years. Predeceased by his loving wife, Elizabeth Debrei; He is survived by his sister-in-laws Helen M. Debrei, Mary Ann Yanessa, niece Marie Debrei Insua, nephews John, Joe, Michael Debrei, and their families. The family will be receiving friends tonight, Thursday 8/27/15, at Van Orsdel from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm, with services Friday 8/28/15 at 10:30 am at Van Orsdel.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Aug. 27, 2015
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