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Hosea, Walter - Orlando  
Hosea, Walter age 87. Walter was born November 21st, 1927 in Cape Girardeau, MO, the second child of Walter and Juanita Hosea. He graduated from Cape Central High School in 1945 and went into the U.S. Navy to serve in World War II. After that he went to college on the GI Bill, graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Business Administration. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served in the Korean Conflict. When he returned in 1952, he got a job at Famous Barr in St. Louis (A May Company department store) and in 1953 married his high school sweetheart Betty Jo Rauh. Walter spent his entire career at Famous Barr before retiring in 1984 and moving to Winter Springs, FL. In retirement he volunteered for We Care, as a Guardian ad Litem for the Seminole County courts, at Leu Gardens, and for over twenty years with the Central Florida Coalition for the Homeless. He was an active member of Ascension Lutheran Church, Casselberry. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Betty Jo, his two children Lynn (Joe) Bulock and John (Teresa) Hosea, four grandchildren: Joseph (Kim) Graylock, Christopher (Sarah) Bulock, Katherine Hosea and Alexandria Hosea and one great-grandchild, Ray Bulock. Services will be held at Ascension Lutheran Church, Casselberry on Friday, July 3 at 10:30 am. Memorials may be made to Ascension Lutheran, St. Jude's Hospital of Memphis, TN, or Hospice of the Comforter.
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Published in the Orlando Sentinel on July 1, 2015

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Hurst, Lorraine - Longwood  
Hurst, Lorraine Lorraine Blondeel Hurst, born in Annawan, Illinois, on April 24, 1930, passed away on June 27, 2015. Lorraine attended Knox College and met her husband, Bobby, while he was stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Waukegan, Illinois. They married, and she taught school in Waukegan until they moved to Florida in 1959. She taught school for 30 years and retired when they moved to Merritt Island. She began working with her husband at his marine dealership and worked for another 12 years until they returned and moved back to Orlando.Lorraine was loved deeply by her students, her friends and her family. She was intelligent, funny completely selfless and known most for her laugh and wonderful smile. She is survived by her husband, Bobby, her daughter, Susan Clem, her grandchildren, John Clem and Lori Clem and 5 great grandchildren. She will live on in our hearts forever. A private service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Healthy Start of Central Florida, 600 Cortland Street, Suite 565. In her memory, please encourage, hug and laugh with a child today.
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Published in the Orlando Sentinel on June 30, 2015

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Hardiman, Marty - Orlando  
Hardiman, Marty A Celebration of Life Service for Marty S. Hardiman, 68, is scheduled for 3:00 PM, Sunday, June 28th at Downtown Baptist Church with a gathering of friends 1hour prior to services.
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Published in the Orlando Sentinel on June 27, 2015
Hughes, CMSgt Robert A. - Orlando  
Hughes, CMSgt ret, Robert A. Passed away Saturday June 20, 2015. Bob was born September 01, 1931 in Grand Falls, New Brunswick Canada, to John and Martha Hughes. A veteran of both Korea and Vietnam, Robert served his country for thirty years (1948-1978) in the US Air Force with honor and distinction rising to the rank of Chief Master Sargent (E-9) and earning many metals and citations including Army Good Conduct, Air Force Good Conduct, Air Force Commendation, Vietnam Campaign, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, Expert Marksman Sharpshooter, and the Air Force's Bronze Star. He enlisted at a time when the Air Force was changing from piston driven to jet engines and attended one of the first jet engine schools. He was assigned to various branches of the Air Force including the Military Air Command (MAC), Tactical Air Command (TAC), and the Strategic Air Command (SAC). These assignments would take him and his family to live across the US and overseas to include Alaska, New York, Maine Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina, Montana, California, Florida, England and Germany. These deployments fostered many lifelong friendships. When asked what he thought about joining the service at an early age he said "it was great they feed us three times a day." After retirement from the Air Force he went to work for Sewell Plastics in Orlando for ten years and while there he went to collage earning a Master's degree in Business Administration. Robert became active in his community devoting his time to his church. Robert was a Christian and devout Catholic and he performed various functions at St. James Cathedral in Orlando. Robert was a humble man, with a great work ethic which he passed on to his children. Robert was preceded in death by his mother and father, Martha and John, his wife Venerande, and his brother Don. He is survived by his daughter Lynn Lund of Manassas, VA, son Robert and his wife Sandy of Groveland, Fl, sisters Marlene and Marylou, grandchildren, Michael, Robert, Sarah, and Sean, and great-grandchildren Maddy, Easton, Kate, and Luke and by numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Bob will be inurned at Arlington National Cemetery. A memorial service will be held at St. James Cathedral on July 02, 2015, at 2:30 p.m. and will be inurned at Arlington National Cemetery at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.
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Published in the Orlando Sentinel from June 27 to June 28, 2015
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