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Incas, Doris Ann - Tom Rivers  
Doris Ann Incas died peacefully in Toms River, NJ on March 18th, 2015. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 5-7 pm at Anderson Funeral Home. A Mass will be held on Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 10:30 am at Saint Peter's Catholic Church with interment at Beaufort National Cemetery. She had left her home on Lady's Island, Beaufort, South Carolina after 48 years. She wanted to spend her remaining years in New Jersey with her nieces, Kim Kiely and Lisa Mayer. Doris was born on September 27, 1919 in West New York, NJ, where she attended Public school and graduated Memorial High School in 1933. She later attended The University of Bridgeport, Conn. She and her husband, Bob Incas, managed various Country Clubs before taking off on their 40 foot Ketch for 5 years. Upon the end of their journey, Doris was hired by Tenneco Chemical Corp as the first woman Purchasing Agent. Both taught at Beaufort Vocational School. Later, Doris was hired by the City of Beaufort as Administrative Secretary to the City Manager and later added Clerk-to-Court to her duties. Of all the jobs she held during her very interesting life, Doris enjoyed working for the City of Beaufort and being involved in politics. She retired in 1984, only to be called back to the City to assist in several Special Projects. She finally left and turned her attention to the Art Gallery/Frame Shop that her husband had opened years earlier. Doris is preceded in death by her husband on April 17, 2010; her only sister, Irene Mayer, who also precede her in death on February 26, 2010. She is survived by her loving nieces, Lisa Mayer, Colette Vrana and Kim Kiely (Jerry Kiely); a grand- niece, Jaclyn Kiely; cousin, James Dilworth (Arleen), and many friends whom she loved dearly. Anderson Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family.
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Published in The Island Packet from Mar. 24 to Apr. 24, 2015
Insley, Robert H. - Sartell  
Robert H. InsleyServices will be held at a later date for Robert H. Insley, age 91 of Sartell, Minnesota, formerly of Royal Oak, Michigan and Hilton Head, South Carolina. Bob passed away peacefully with family by his side on Sunday, March 8, 2015 at the St. Cloud Hospital. Bob was born on June 20, 1923 in Washington D.C. to the late Herbert H. and Marguerete (Hiteshew) Insley. He attended Bethesda Chevy Chase High School where he met the love of his life Betty Hughes, whom he noticed at a high school basketball game. He enlisted in the US Navy in 1941 and served on a minesweeper in the Pacific. He was honorably discharged in 1945, returned home and began attending Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. He married Betty Hughes on May 15, 1947 in Washington D.C. They moved to Boulder, Colorado while Robert was in graduate school. They then moved to Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania where their two daughters, Susan and Patricia were born. The family then moved to Royal Oak, Michigan, where their son, Donald was born. While in Michigan he spent his entire career with Champion Spark Plug Company and retired after 33 years as Director of Engineering and Research. In 1988, Betty and Bob moved to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina where they enjoyed many years of golf, bridge, beaching and volunteering. They moved to St. Cloud, Minnesota in 2009 to be closer to their son. Bob's love of research led him to create and host a tour of Civil War sites in Port Royal Plantation on Hilton Head Island for the Coastal Discovery Museum, as well as tide and beach tours. Bob is survived by his children, Susan (Robert) Sandtveit of Traverse City, Michigan; Patricia Insley of Omaha, Nebraska; Donald (Tammy) of St. Cloud, Minnesota; three grandchildren, Kyle, Benjamin and Madelyn; five great grandchildren, Kayla, Carson, Augusten, Riley and Griffin; and brother, Herbert H. ( Jean) Insley of Albany, New York. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty in 2013. Memorials are preferred to the Coastal Discovery Museum of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Obituary and guestbook available at www.danielfuneralhome.com
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Published in The Island Packet from Mar. 11 to Apr. 11, 2015
Irvine III, SJ  
SJ Irvine IIISamuel John Irvine III ("Buzz") passed away peacefully on Friday afternoon, February 27, 2015 while surrounded by his family. Born on March 9, 1933, Buzz was raised in Evans City, PA and most recently split time between Butler, PA, Bluffton, SC, and Key Largo, FL. He was the third generation leader of NexTier Bank (formally Citizens National Bank), retiring as chairman of the board in 2011 after 52 years. Prior to joining the bank, Buzz enjoyed a successful football career. He was a standout player at University of Maryland, where he was co-captain of the 1953 National Championship team. Afterwards he played professionally for the Chicago Cardinals and eventually joined the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Canada. Buzz was both an industry and community leader. He was the first president of the Community Bankers of Pennsylvania (now PA Association of Community Bankers) when it was formed in 1972 and served on many boards including the Butler Country Club, Rotary Club, Chamber of Commerce, and the Evans City Historical Society. Buzz and his family donated the building that now houses the Evans City Library. He also served on the board of Oberg Industries for over 50 years. Buzz was proudly inducted into the Butler County Sports Hall of Fame in 1988. Buzz was an extremely adventurous man who loved spending time on his boat with family and friends, as well as snowmobiling anywhere he could find snow. Golfing was more than a passion for Buzz, as he pursued his goal of playing top 100 courses in the world. One of his most cherished pastimes was playing Gin every morning to start the day with his best friend and wife, Lois. Buzz is survived by his wife of 24 years, Lois (Cooley) Irvine, as well as his four children SJ Irvine IV (Charro), William B Irvine (Deborah), Margaret Irvine Weir, and Laura Irvine Scheeler (Donald). He was also loved by his step children Beth Hugh, Phillip Hugh (Brigid), and Christopher Hugh (Tammy). He also leaves behind 11 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Anne Livingston Irvine, and stepson Jeffrey Hugh (Lori). Having to proceed without his current toy collection, Buzz was also predeceased by a hovercraft and a few snowmobiles. His friends described Buzz as a gentle giant and a larger than life hero whom was blessed with a mind and imagination beyond the perimeters of the norm. A shared favorite comment among those who were close reads: "if we were to live life as fully as he did we would have a ton of catching up to do." Buzz excelled in sports, his career, and the allotted playtime. He was a mentor to many, a friend to all, and will be deeply missed but forever honored. In lieu of flowers we are asking for donations to be made in Buzz Irvine's name to the University of Maryland Terrapin Club Scholarship Fund. Online gifts can be accessed at http://www.terrapinclub.com or checks can be mailed to 2740 XFINITY Center, College Park, MD 20742. The family held a private service in Bluffton, SC. A celebration of his life will be held at the Butler Country Club on Saturday, March 7th from 1:00 - 3:00. Services will also be held in Bluffton, SC and Key Largo in the near future.
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Published in The Island Packet from Mar. 3 to Apr. 3, 2015
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