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Jackson, Richard Q.  
Richard Quinton Jackson, 82, of Miami, Florida, devoted husband and father, dedicated veteran of the US Army, a Freemason, and avid golfer, passed away on Monday, January 19, 2015. Born in Jacksonville, Florida on January 23, 1932, Mr. Jackson is survived by his wife of 56 years, Bernice and his children (Tracye, Richard Todd, and Tami). He also leaves behind a sister (Connie); 4 grandchildren (Karyle, Kayden, Jackson and Sloan); 3 sons-in-law (Kwan, Gregg, and Ty); and many other family members and friends. Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Armond and Consuelo Jackson; 6 brothers and sisters; and his "laughing buddy" and daughter, Terrye. Long known for his great fondness and winning accuracy on the golf course, Richard learned to play golf by the age of 10 while working as a caddie with his younger brother, John. Recently, one of his proudest moments was seeing his granddaughter, Karyle, win her first golf tournament at age 7. Accordingly, in his honor, the Richard Q. Jackson Memorial Fund has been established at Karyle's youth golf academy, at Fore Life, Inc. - 4141 NW 16th Street Lauderhill, Florida 33311, . Richard received many accolades and awards during his 29-year tenure at Eastern Airlines. He attended Morehouse College and Xavier University. As he wished, Richard's family will privately scatter his ashes on the 9th hole (the turning point on the golf course).
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 25, 2015
Jaramillo, Julio Cesar - Miami  
JARAMILLO, JULIO CESAR (48) passed away on January 19, 2015 after a brief but vicious battle with leukemia. Julio is survived by his beloved wife, Patricia Caripa Jaramillo, his two sons Julian Bono and Joaquin Cruz, his siblings Mary Elaine Mangia, Gloria Patricia Rubio, David Hernando Jaramillo, 9 nieces and nephews and 3 Godchildren. Julio also leaves behind numerous cousins, aunts and uncles. He was preceded in life by his mother, Gloria Giraldo and his father Cesar Jaramillo. Julio was a dear and inspiring friend to many and was a prominent trial lawyer and philanthropist in the community. Julio was past President of the Colombian American Service Association, President Elect of the Florida Bar Foundation and was active on the Board of Trustees of the Supreme Court Historical Society. Julio was beloved by all of those that he came in contact with, both personally and professionally, and his love for his wife, children, family and friends was unsurpassed. Memorial services will include a visitation at Maspons Funeral Home (3500 S.W. 8th St.) on January 24th from 2pm-6pm and a funeral mass on January 27th at 11:00am at Church of the Epiphany (8235 S.W. 57th Ave.). In lieu of flowers, an education fund is being set up for the benefit of Julio's two sons, Julian and Joaquin, and donations should be made payable to: "Mainstay Funds" and sent to: Cristina Martinez, 7700 N. Kendall Dr., Suite 203, Miami, FL 33156.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 23, 2015
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