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Aldridge, William T. - Miami  
ALDRIDGE, WILLIAM T., July 29, 1934 - March 16, 2015 A loving husband and father who passed away at 80 years of age. He leaves behind his wife (Jackie), three sons (Ray, Tony and Michael), two sisters (Shirley and Charlotte) and two brothers (Rich and Don). May he rest in peace with his (deceased) son, Billy. Love you always.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 22, 2015
ASHBY, HELEN RAINEY  
ASHBY, HELEN RAINEY, 98, died 3/11/2015 in Miami, where she was born and raised. A gifted gardener and quilter, she is survived by sons John, Bob & Frank and grandsons Scott, David & Adam. The wake will be on 3/25/2015 at Stanfill Funeral Home.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 22, 2015
Bithorn, Waldemar A.  
87, Wally died peacefuly on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 with his loving wife of 65 years at his side. He was the patriarch of a large family, who loved him deeply and was a proud Army veteran. He is survived by his wife, Mercy, his sisters Angie and Shirley, seven children, thirteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. A private service will be held with the family.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 21, 2015
Buckley, John Draper - Miami  
BUCKLEY, JOHN DRAPER, 91, died March 21, 2015. Services to be announced.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 27, 2015
Charbonneau, Daphne - Miami  
CHARBONNEAU, DAPHNE Our beloved mother, grandmother, partner, and friend, Daphne Charbonneau (a/k/a Daphne Harz), died on March 15, 2015 due to a major stroke. Daphne was born in London, England on December 13, 1934 and has lived in Miami, Florida since 1976. Daphne was Building Manager for the Crossroads Building in South Miami for approximately 20 years. She was an amazing woman and touched the hearts of many people in the South Miami community. She was active and lively until the day she passed and her death has come as a shock to us all. Daphne is survived by her daughter, Maxine Lewis, her son-in-law, Jimmy Lewis, Jr., her grandchildren, Gabriel Martin, Victoria Martin, and Tyler Lewis, as well as her friend and long-time partner, Michael "Joe" Dinardo, Jr. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Center for Great Apes ( www.centerforgreatapes.org ) or to The World Wildlife Fund ( www.worldwildlife.org ). Memorial services for Daphne will be held on Friday, March 27, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 22, 2015
Collins, Lori Beth Elkman - Miami  
COLLINS, LORI BETH ELKMAN, 49, of Davie, FL passed away March 20, 2015 after her valiant 6 year battle with breast cancer. Lori is survived by her loving husband Scott, three beautiful children, Logan, Jonah & Eden. Lori is also survived by her adoring parents Richard & Faith Elkman; sister Lisa; nephews Chase, Harrison; her brothers Brett, Scott (Aimee); niece Emma; nephews Max, Charlie; father & mother-in-law Bob & Nina Collins, sister-in-law Lauren (Evan); nieces Meredith, Brooke; brother-in-law David (Dara); nieces Ava, Ella and many caring friends. The family requests that any contributions may be made to: MD Anderson or a cancer charity of your choice. Chapel Services Sunday March 22nd 2PM Levitt Weinstein/Beth David 3201 NW 72 Ave Hollywood.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 21, 2015
Conese Sr., Eugene P. - Miami  
CONESE It is with profound grief that we write about the passing of Mr. Eugene P. Conese, Sr. - loving husband, adoring father, devoted son, brother a warm and giving friend that was willing to share his insights, advice and wisdom. Gene's life was one of dedication and love, and he positively impacted the lives of countless people during his life. There are no words to describe the enormous void he will leave behind in his family, his community, and his extensive circle of friends and associates. Gene began his new journey on Thursday, March 19th, 2015, peacefully in his sleep. He will be remembered for his great life stories which he wrote in his memoir, Making Memories - The Story of my Life. His dedication to his family ensured a strong bond between all generations. His legacy is his defining characteristics of integrity, loyalty and generosity. He leaves behind his wife of 60 years, Anna May, and his two daughters and two sons and their spouses, Deborah and Jim Eagan, Susan and Peter Metzger, Eugene and Marianne Conese, Jr., Mark and Cynthia Conese; his ten grandchildren and their spouses, Amanda (Metzger) and Matt DeSocio, Melissa (Metzger) and Steve Finkelstein, Jeffrey Metzger, Kendall Eagan, Meredith Eagan, Conor Eagan, Caroline Conese, Jaqueline (Conese) and Matt Johnson, Christine Conese, Katherine Conese; and two great grandchildren, Ella and Jordan DeSocio. He is also survived by his sister Mary Bertoncini, brother-in-law, Renny Bertoncini, his sister Anita Healy, his sister-in-law, Nancy Hermann, seven nieces and nephews and nine great nieces and nephews. His steadfast commitment to his family and those he loved made him a role model to everyone. Gene was born in Eastchester, NY on August 1st, 1929 the son of Frances and Frank Conese. He graduated from Iona College in 1951 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. In 1954, after serving in the Korean War, he earned his MBA from NYU. In 1976 he received an honorary Beta Gamma Sigma Award from St. John's University. In 1977, a speech Mr. Conese gave as a panelist with investment bankers to New York business leaders was published in Vital Speeches of the Day. In 1992, in recognition of Mr. Conese's Outstanding Achievement as an Entrepreneur, he was awarded the Iona College Alumni Association's Brother Arthur A. Loftus Award. He has served with distinction and commitment as a member of the board of trustees and contributing generously to both the Vision into Reality and Visions of Excellence capital campaigns. In 2001, Iona conferred on Mr. Conese the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. In recognition of Mr. Conese's service and contributions to Iona College over the years, in 2008 its principal student dormitory was named after him and is now and forever known as Conese Hall. Eugene P. Conese, Sr. was the founder, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of Greenwich Air Services, Inc. until its sale to General Electric in 1997. Under Gene's leadership it became the world's largest independent jet engine overhaul and rebuilding service company as well as one of the world's largest business and regional aircraft ground maintenance, parts and engine repair companies. It had offices in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, with plants throughout the U.S. and Europe and employed over 10,000 people at the time of the sale to General Electric. Mr. Conese was the winner of the prestigious Wright Brothers Memorial Award (1996) from the Greater Miami Aviation Association. In 1997, Greenwich Air Services, under Mr. Conese's leadership, was awarded the Emerging Company Award by the South Florida Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth in Miami (prior recipients include Office Depot, Blockbuster Entertainment and Sunglass Hut). Mr. Conese had also served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Jackson Memorial Foundation which leads fundraising activities and resources on behalf of Miami-Dade County's Public Health Trust, which operates Jackson Memorial Hospital of Miami, Florida. In March of 2004, Mr. Conese's name was permanently inscribed on the Smithsonian's National Aviation and Space Exploration Wall of Honor as a leader in aviation and space exploration. In November of 2009, Mr. Conese received the 2010 Ellis Island Congressional Medal of Honor in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the community. He had a larger than life persona, was an inspiring leader who will be missed by all that ever had the opportunity to meet him, a loving husband, wonderful father and a true friend. There will be a Wake Service on Monday, March 23, 2015 from 6 -9 pm at Van Orsdel Funeral Chapel at 4600 SW 8th Street, Coral Gables, FL 33134 and there will be a Funeral Mass on Tuesday, March 24,, 2015 at 11:30 am at St. Hugh Catholic Church, 3460 Royal Road, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 22, 2015
DÍAZ de YSASI, JOSEFINA - Miami  
DÍAZ de YSASI, JOSEFINA, died March 23, 2015 at the age of 102 in her home after receiving the Holy Sacraments. Known as Nena, she was born in Santiago de Cuba on January 26, 1913, the daughter of Mar¡a Álvarez Queipo and Primo D¡az Quir¢s. She lived the first half of her life in La Habana, where her family moved when she was a little girl. While a young woman, she learned to make lace, to embroider, and to knit. In 1936, she married Domingo Ysasi Batlle. Following sixty-nine years of marriage, her husband passed away in 2005. The mother of eight children, Lourdes, Domingo (RIP, 2000), Ada Mar¡a (RIP, 2012), Jos‚, Graciella, Mar¡a de Los Ángeles, Teresita, and Gloria, she dedicated herself fully to her home and her children throughout her life. Nena was known in La Habana as the chauffer of a station wagon, driving her children and their friends back and forth to their respective schools on a daily basis. Totally committed to giving her children the best possible education, Nena remained in La Habana with her children, while her husband went to work in Central Manat¡ in Tunas. In 1960, she left Cuba and came to live in exile in the United States with her husband and children. In the early years of her exile, she and her husband were responsible not only for their own children but also for three nephews. Because of her husband's work, she was obliged to leave the majority of her children studying in the United States, while she and her youngest daughters lived in Per£, Venezuela, and the Bahamas. During that time she became her family's seamstress, learned how to paint, and helped with various works of charity. Her greatest joy during those years was to come to the United States in the summer and visit all of her children. In 1970, her husband found full-time employment in Donaldsonville, LA where they lived for ten years. In 1980, when her husband retired, Nena and her husband moved to Miami where she has made her home ever since. Regretfully, she has died without fulfilling one of her greatest wishes: to return to Cuba. She is survived and remembered with immense love by her daughters and son, sons-in-laws and daughters-in-law, sisters and brothers, nephews and niece, grand-children and great-grandchildren. Visiting hours will be held at Funeraria Caballero Rivero Woodlawn Funeral Home (8200 SW 40th Street), from 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. A Mass of the Resurrection will be held at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 7377 SW 64th Street, on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 11:00am; followed by the internment at Our Lady Of Mercy Cemetery. In lieu of flowers you could honor her memory by sending donations in Josefina D¡az de Ysasi's name A. Misioneros del Camino; (An organization that cares for unwanted street children in Guatemala) PO Box 55-7722, Miami, FL 33255 B. Fund for Hispanic Latino/a Scholars and Ministry in honor of Ada Mar¡a Isasi D¡az; Drew University, c/o Pauline Kang in Alumni House, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 24, 2015
FLAM, MARILYN JABLO - Miami  
FLAM FLAM, MARILYN JABLO, Correction on the Memorial Donations. Please remit to www.nfnetwork.org
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 23, 2015
Flam, Marilyn Jablo - Miami  
FLAM, MARILYN JABLO, passed away March 18, 2015. She was born August 1, 1941 in Pittsburgh, PA. to the late Jack and Esther Jablo. At the age of 3, she moved with her family to Miami Beach, Fl. She attended Nautilus Jr. High, Miami Beach Sr. High and the University of Florida. She received her Masters of Library Science at Columbia University in New York. She taught High School in the Bronx then moved to Miami to marry her true love Dr. Ronald B. Flam. Thereafter, she taught Library Science at Norland High School. She was passionate about many causes, was a staunch Democrat, Women's Liber and involved in several local organizations. Survivors include her loving husband Ronald B. Flam MD,her children Nikki (Tom Deardorff) Flam, Jeff(Sherri) Flam and siblings Robin (Joseph) Zagorski and Mark,(Lauri) Jablo, and her two grandsons Jack and Ryker Flam, and many nieces, nephews, cousins and loving friends. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her. May she rest in peace. Funeral Services were held at Bet Breira Samu-EL Or Olom Thursday. Memorials may be made in her name to www.helpstopnf2.org
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Published in the Miami Herald on Mar. 20, 2015
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