Lucille B. "Cile" Bornmann

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Lucille "Cile" B. Bornmann, a local resident for 70 years, passed away in her sleep on February 8, 2014. Cile was born in South Carolina and her family moved to this area when she was in high school. She was a 1945 graduate of Mainland High School where she was a cheerleader. She also met John, her devoted husband of 66 years, while at Mainland. Cile was a licensed nurse but spent most of her life taking care of her family and volunteering in her community. In addition, she raised four children and participated in all their activities often referring to the shuttle service she ran taking them to all their various activities. Her children often comment that they learned to be good volunteers from their parents. Always an advocate for what she believed to be right for her community and her family, she served on the boards of ACT, Stewart-Marchman, Bert Fish Hospital Board, New Smyrna Beach Planning and Zoning Board, SE Volusia Democratic Women's Club, South Peninsula Zoning and Planning Board, CANDO and many others. She served as President or Chairman for many of the organizations. She was a pioneer in this community in her fight for services for mental health patients. Cile was preceded in death by her loving husband, John, her son Robert and her son-in-law, John C. Allen, Jr. She is survived by her children, Retired Lt. Colonel John A Bornmann, Jr. (Pris) of Alexandria, VA, Deborah B. Allen of Ormond Beach, Chris Bornmann (Joanne Krammer) of Wilbur By The Sea and Mark Bornmann of Asheville, NC. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Kirsten Fontenrose of Washington, DC, John A. Bornmann III (Kara Morgan) of New Orleans, John C. Allen, III of New York City, Jessica Melakian (Phil) of Daytona Beach, Christina Bornmann of Jacksonville, Charles "Randy" Bornmann of Miami and great-grandchildren Joey , Beau, Isaac and Rebecca. She is also survived by two sisters, Sara Malone and Betty Ammons, both of Daytona Beach and many beloved nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank all of the caregivers at Coquina Center and with Florida Hospital HospiceCare and the Hospice volunteers for the care and compassion shown to their loved one. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, February 12th at 2pm at Haigh-Black Funeral Home, 167 Vining Court, Ormond Beach. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Florida Hospital HospiceCare, 770 West Granada Blvd., Suite 304, Ormond Beach, FL 32174.


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Published in Daytona Beach News-Journal on Feb. 11, 2014