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Patricia Taylor Ring Naples, FL Patricia Taylor Ring (known to her friends and family as 'Trish,' 'Pat' or 'Taylor'), died on April 3, 2014. She was born on May 13, 1945 in West Point, MS to the late John Harvey Taylor and Thelma Joy Stokes Taylor. She lived in Memphis, TN, Houston, TX, and most recently in Naples, FL. Trish leaves behind three brothers, John Harvey Taylor Jr., William (Bill) Taylor, and Edward Andrew Taylor. She was preceded in death by her two children, Carol Ann Franks and Mark 'Markie' Franks, who were taken from her at young ages and way too soon. Carol was a stunning young woman and 'Markie' was a special child who brought smiles to everyone he met. Trish was a wonderful mother with an enormous amount of love for both of her children. She lived and worked for her children and always talked about reuniting with them. Trish graduated in 1963 from Messick High School in Memphis, TN, where she was a Majorette, ROTC Queen and Football Queen. She worked on the reunion committees and only missed one reunion. She had too many close friends to name, as the graduates of the 1963 class remained good friends throughout the years. Trish met her husband and true love, Bob Ring, who predeceased her, after her children had passed away. She and Bob lived in Naples, FL where they had a wonderful life boating on the Gulf of Mexico. Trish enjoyed her daily gardening, and her gardens became a feature of Port Royal boat tours. Trish was fun and fun loving. She had a generous heart, a loving spirit and will be dearly missed by her family and many friends. Inurnment was private in Memphis, TN. For online condolences, please visit fullernaples.com . Read Obituary
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George Edward Rogers Naples, FL George Edward Rogers, 67, of Naples passed away suddenly April 10, 2014 fol lowing a one car vehicle accident on March 30, 2014. Born in Columbus, OH, George was a graduate of Central High School and attended the University of Connecticut. He served as VP of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers and had retired from Commercial Motor Freight in 1983. George's love and devotion for his wife, daughter, sons, family, pets, and friends was unconditional. His faith in God was strong and his passion for eagles and the American flag endless. He enjoyed his home, yard work, TV, computer, sharing old times with friends and his 1968 Oldsmobile 442 that he bought when he was 21 years old. He will be best remembered for his socializing, as he never knew a stranger he always wanted to put a smile on your face. George is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Jo Ellen (Susie) Rogers; his sons, Mike and Mark Rogers; grandchildren, Scotty, Brittany, Anthony, Hubbard, Mark, Ciera, and Carly Rogers; great-grandchildren, Aidan, Teagan, and Tatum Hubbard; and his son-in-law, Randy Hubbard. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Pam Hubbard. The family would like to thank all First Responders and the Lee Memorial Hospital Trauma SCU for all they did to try to save George's life. A memorial ceremony will be held on Friday, April 25th at 7:00 p.m. at Faith Apostolic Church, 3196 County Barn Road, Naples. In lieu of flowers, the family would greatly appreciate donations for medical expenses sent to 2201 Corporation Blvd., Naples, FL 34109. For online condolences, please visit fullernaples.com . Please sign guestbook naplesnews.com/obits Read Obituary
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Deana Rosofsky Naples, FL Deana Rosofsky (née Gerber), of Naples, FL, beloved wife of Dr. Paul Ro sofsky and mother of Dr. Meryl Rosofsky, Stephanie Ross-Simon, and Bethany Sewell; mother-in-law of Mr. Lowell Simon and Mr. Brian Sewell; and grandmother of Jason and Spencer Sewell, died on April 16, 2014. She was 76. The cause was complications of relapsed acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Her grace and resilience in facing this disease were an inspiration to all who cared for her. Deana Rosofsky was born in Meriden, CT on July 22, 1937. She was the daughter of Gertrude and Jacob Gerber. She grew up in New Haven, CT surrounded by a loving family of aunts, uncles, cousins, and her maternal grandparents, Sarah and Sam Surasky. Deana attended Hill House High School in New Haven and the University of Connecticut, where she majored in English. She worked in the publicity department at Viking Press and taught English to junior high school students in the early days of desegregation in New York City. She later obtained a Master's Degree in Education at Trenton State College and worked as a career counselor and guidance counselor. She met Paul Rosofsky, her 'knight in shining armor,' on a blind date in Miami. They were engaged on her birthday, July 22, and were wed five months later on December 16, 1962 in New Haven. The couple made their home in Willingboro, NJ where they raised three daughters and were pillars of the Reform Jewish community, helping to establish Temple Emanu-el of Willingboro. Their life was infused by Jewish values. After Paul retired from dentistry in 1999, Deana and Paul moved to Naples, FL where they 'found paradise' and a wonderful circle of friends. Deana was an exceptional cook and gifted hostess. She enjoyed reading the latest fiction and was an active participant in book clubs for decades. She especially loved visiting her daughters and grandsons in New York, Beverly Hills, and Pennsylvania; attending Friday night services; and most of all, spending time with her beloved husband of 51 years. She took great delight in dining out with him, overnighting at country inns, and taking the occasional cruise ('There's nothing finer than the 'liner,' she was fond of saying). Deana is survived by her husband, Paul; daughters, Meryl (and Stuart), Stephanie (and Lowell), and Bethany (and Brian); two grandsons, Jason and Spencer; her Aunt Florry and many cousins; as well as her brother-in-law, Dr. Stephen Rosofsky. Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 18, 2014 (TOMORROW) at 1:30 p.m. at Temple Shalom, 4630 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL. Interment will be in Palm Royale Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Temple Shalom of Naples ( www.naplestemple.org/ti kkun/donate/). For online condolences, please visit fullernaples.com . Please sign guestbook naplesnews.com/obits Read Obituary
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