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Kauffman, Lila - Miami  
KAUFFMAN, LILA of Sunny Isles Beach passed away January 26, 2015. Beloved mother of Michael (Andrea) Kauffman-Santa Monica, CA & Bruce (Kim) Kauffman-Atlanta, GA, adored grandmother of Morgan & Alexandra, Eric & Zack Schwartz & Hannah Kauffman, loving sister of Kay (Marshall) Silverman-Porter Ranch, CA. Lila was one of the first commissioners of Sunny Isles Beach when it became incorporated & a resident there since 1978. Services & Interment in New York. Arrangements by Blasberg-Rubin-Zilbert (305) 538-6371
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 28, 2015
Kinsella, Gary Thomas - Louisville  
KINSELLA, GARY THOMAS Gary Thomas Kinsella, 65, beloved husband of Janie Wright Kinsella, passed away January 23, 2015. Lifelong aviator, avid boater and sportsman, and aficionado of fine food, wines and cigars, Gary's motto was "choose your target and go for it." He certainly did. Gary was born November 18, 1949, in Louisville, KY. He graduated from Bishop David H.S. in 1967 and in 1972 was awarded a Masters of Electrical Engineering from the Univ. of Louisville Speed Scientific School. Also an Air Force ROTC cadet at U of L, he went straight into the Air Force, received his pilot's wings a year later, and spent six joyful years flying T-37 and T-38 fighter trainers as a senior instructor. In 1978, Gary joined American Airlines and began a 30-year career flying his much-loved Boeing 727s and the 747-SP. Gary and Janie traveled extensively around the world pursuing their shared passions of sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving and, of course, fine dining. For years, they traveled the Florida Keys and Bahamas on their cherished Offshore 48, "Sea Hawk." Their Miami condo was home port, which fulfilled their lifelong dream of beachfront living. During those same years, Gary co-founded Pelton Marsh Kinsella, Inc., an acoustical engineering firm, Kinsella Marsh Group, Inc., and, finally, Kinsella Consulting. Many signature commercial buildings, entertainment and sports venues, and residential high-rises built since the 1970s in Dallas, South Florida and other cities across the U.S. and abroad owe their acoustical qualities to the work of Gary and his associates. Gary was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Roberta Kinsella of Louisville. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Janie; four younger brothers and their wives in Louisville, Dallas and Tucson; brother- and sisters-in-law in Stearns and Louisville, KY; and many nieces, nephews and other extended family across the country. Fly high, Hawk, fly high. Arrangements are being made for a celebration of Gary's life, to be held in Louisville later this spring, date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to a favorite charity.
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Published in the Miami Herald on Jan. 29, 2015
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