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Stein, Eric Madison - Miami  
STEIN, ERIC MADISON, 55, passed away Sunday, March 22, 2015. He was a Vice President at BNY Mellon Wealth Management. He graduated from Towson University in 1984. Eric was a financial professional, avid boater, loved riding his motorcycle, weight-lifting, and playing his guitar. He was very devoted and involved with his church- Christ Fellowship where he volunteered to distribute food to the poor and homeless through the Chapman Partnership outreach liason program. He was a very loving brother to his three surviving sisters: Nancy Workley, Linda Browne, Bette Seibel, his niece- Leigh Macey, and nephew Ryan Cole. A memorial service will be held at Christ Fellowship: 8900 SW 168th Street, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157 Tuesday, March 31st at 5 P.M. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Christ Fellowship ministry program; Caring for Miami.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 29, 2015

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SAALFELD, ERIC A., 57, died March 23 in Palm Bay. Survived by wife, Belinda Braga, son Alexander, mother Ruth, brother Richard and wife Kelley Phillips, sister-in-law Christina Delong. Eric was born in Kentucky, and as a child lived in Utah, Indiana, New York, and Germany. McArthur High School, 1975. Attended Cornell University. He touched the lives of many people in many places, and we who are left to treasure his memory are bereft. Cremated; memorial gathering at Eastern Florida State College. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Service & Crematory of Melbourne.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 28, 2015

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Stamper, Larry Foster  
Stamper, Larry 85 of Hialeah peacefully passed away Wed. Mar. 25 Long time Hialeah resident was retired from Hialeah and Miami Police Dept. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Jacqueline; 5 children Laurie (Arn), Stephen (Denise), Russell (Nancy), David (Lucy), Richard (Rachel); 9 grandchildren; and sisters Carolyn Kent Auburn Ala. and Margaret Stamper Spartanburg SC. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to St. Catherine's Catholic Hospice, . Family will receive friends on Friday, 3/27 from 5 to 8pm at John Hanks Memorial Services at 5249 NW 36th Street, Miami Springs. Burial will be in Spartanburg, SC. Wed. April 1
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 27, 2015

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Schwitalla, Alphonse M. - Miami  
SCHWITALLA, ALPHONSE M. went peacefully to be with Jesus on March 24, 2015, leaving his home in Miami, Florida, as he slept beside his beloved Mary Lou, his wife of more than 57 years. He was surrounded until the end by the love of his 5 children and their spouses, his 15 grand-children and 3 great-grandchildren. Al was born in 1930 in St. Louis, MO, and he earned his undergraduate degree there. After serving in the United States Army, Al moved to Miami in 1955 to attend law school at UM. Following a clerkship for U.S. District Judge Emett Choate, Al opened his own practice downtown and soon became known as a bankruptcy specialist who never turned away a client because he could not pay. Al provided decades of pro bono legal services to many organizations important to him, including Belen Jesuit School, Our Lady of Lourdes Academy and Morningstar Baptist Church. In later years, he relocated his practice to Coral Gables until 1984, when he was forced to retire after suffering injuries in a serious auto accident. Although Al never again practiced law, he dedicated the rest of his life to his family and to St. Louis Catholic Church in Pinecrest, where he and Mary Lou were founding parishioners in 1963. They served as Eucharistic Ministers for many years and helped the church in countless other ways. Al policed the grounds daily, and he did so with kind words and a "Jesus is your Best Friend" for everyone he encountered. For over 25 years, he offered friendly waves to motorists from his bike, and handed out beautiful prayers he wrote each day in the Perpetual Adoration Room. His original prayers are currently being catalogued and are estimated to number over 6,000. Al "Grandpa," was a devoted husband, father, son, brother, nephew, uncle, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He considered education of utmost importance and never tired of imparting wisdom and grammar lessons, or of sharing his Catholic faith by word and example. Al treated all people with respect, no matter their color, age, religion, or station in life. He helped many people and touched many lives, leaving a lasting impression on all he met. Al is survived by his wife, Mary Lou; brother Alfred; sister, Mary Alexis Ivanovic; sons, Mike (Rachel) and Jim (Michele); daughters, Mary Alexis Opoien (Kyle), Linda Villena (Jose) and Susie Culmo; 15 grandchildren; and 3 great grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, March 28, 2015, at St. Louis Catholic Church, with a Celebration of Life Visitation at 10 a.m. and Mass of Chiristian Burial at 12 noon. Interment will follow at Woodlawn Park South. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to St. Louis Catholic Church, or West Springs Church of Ballwin, MO, pastored by Al's nephew, Reverend Tim McDonnell.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 26, 2015

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Santiso, Virtudes Paris  
Virtudes Paris Santiso, 91 and our loving matriarch, passed away March 20, 2015. She is predeceased by son Jose A. Santiso, who departed suddenly on January 26, 2015, and husband Juan J. Santiso. Virtudes is survived by daughter Rosa Santiso Alvarez and husband Fernando; grandchildren Fernando Alvarez and wife Lindsay, David Alvarez and wife Christina, and Gabrielle Santiso; great-grandchildren Fernando, Adriana and Briana Alvarez; and extended family in the U.S. and Spain. Visitation Thursday March 26, 2015 11 AM-2:30 PM Memorial Plan Funeral Home 9800 SW 24th St., followed by burial at Flagler Memorial at 5301 W Flagler St. in Miami.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 24, 2015
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