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JAMES EVERETT ANDREWS SR. December 18, 1944 - April 18, 2014 Peacefully Everett passed away on Good Friday, April 18, 2014 at his home surrounded by family and friends after a long bout of Alzheimer's Disease. He was 69 years old. Everett was born in Pensacola and never left the city. He saw Dianne Jacobs on the school bus and told a friend "I am going to have to look out for that girl!" They were married two years later and remained sweethearts for 52 years. Everett was the Founder and Owner of Andrews Air, Inc. He and Mr. Roy White, of Pleasant Grove, led the Royal Ambassadors of Christ for four years and was one of 10 founding families at Baars Field. He was President of Baars Field and served on the Board of Directors of the "Pensacola Big Game Fishing Club" and on the Board of Directors of "Eight Point Hunting Club". Everett loved the outdoors, whether hunting, fishing, or camping and was the one you saw cooking mullet, steaks, or burgers at any local party. Everett, Dianne, and their children are of Christian faith and members of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Everett was preceded in death by his parents, Charles Ralph Andrews and Ada Mae Richardson. He is survived by his beloved wife, Dianne Andrews; their four children, James Everett Andrews, Jr. (Vondie Whatley), Christopher Scott Andrews (Tina Edwards), Adam Jeffery Andrews (Dawn Dwyer), and Katherine Andrews Graziani (Lt. Col. Michael Anthony Graziani/USMC); six grandchildren, Joshua Bryan Andrews, Miranda Kate Andrews, Christopher Scott Andrews, II, Cora Ann Andrews, Anthony Augustus Graziani, Andrew Marcus Graziani; one great-grandchild, Brinleigh Katherine Andrews; brother, Charles Daniel Andrews (Linda); sister, Adell Martin (Kyle Everett); mother-in-law, Margaret Quarrier Restucher; sister-in-law, LTC Donna Farmer, USA, (Ret); brother-in-law, David Cushman Restucher Sr.; and many nephews and nieces. Everett leaves behind special friends, Niles and Donna Jones, Harold and Barbara Helton, Doug and Frazier Howie, Marge Baars, and Steve and Betty Mraz. Our sincere thanks to Regency Hospice for their outstanding care and compassion expressed at this time. A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at Trahan Family Funeral Home (corner of Beverly Parkway and "W" Street). A visitation begins at 6 pm until the services at 7 p.m. Everett will be buried at sea at a later date. Trahan Family Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. The family request that memorials be made to Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Pensacola. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Edward Bryan Von Axelson December 12, 1932- April 18,2014 Edward Bryan Von Axelson went home on Good Friday, April 18, 2014 to be with his Lord and Savior. The eldest of eight, Eddie was born December 12, 1932 in Munson where he was raised and resided until his senior years when he felt the need to relocate to the Milton area due to his declining health. Eddie was preceded in death by his parents, Albert Bryan Sr. and Ruby Von Axelson; brother, Fred Von Axelson; sister, Virginia Lundy; nephew, Fred Bo Von Axelson and an infant niece. Eddie is survived by his loving wife of 33 years, Louise Von Axelson; son, Steve Edward Von Axelson; and a stepson, Donnie Skipper. He also leaves behind his devoted brothers and sisters; Oscar Von Axelson and Gloria, Albert Bryan, Jr."Sonny" Von Axelson and Codylene, Helen Riley, Annie Mearl Dyal and Don, Mable Turman and Rodney, and sister-in-law, Dee Von Axelson. Eddie also leaves to cherish his memory 16 nieces and nephews along with a host of great nieces and nephews as well as great-great nieces and nephews and countless cousins and other family. Eddie an avid sports fan was drafted into the Army during the Korean Conflict. Stationed in Germany he was selected to participate on the base's baseball team. Eddie was able to travel Europe and play the game he loved. He also coached his base's basketball team. He then returned home to Von Axelson Road in Munson and resumed his 41-year career with the Florida Division of Forestry servicing in numerous capacities, all which provided care for his beloved Blackwater Forest. Eddie was the first president of the Munson Volunteer Fire Department, a member of the Blackwater Baptist Church and enjoyed his retired years following area high school sports especially the Central Jaguars. Eddie was also a devoted fan of the Florida Gators and New York Yankees. Funeral services with military honors will be held at 3PM Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at Lewis Funeral Home Milton Chapel with Rev. Alton Nixon, officiating. Burial will be in Serenity Gardens. Visitation will be 6-8PM Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be close friends and coworkers of Eddie's. The family of Eddie wishes to express their appreciation to special friends Duwood and Alice Mulford for their assistance, love and devotion to caring for Eddie. Also to the staff of Emerald Coast Hospice and Santa Rosa Convalescent Center. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Terry Ivan Baker 1949-2014 Terry Ivan Baker was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida and died on April 15, 2014 after a courageous 7 year battle with Parkinson's disease. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati and was a retiree of the City of Pensacola Fire Department. He served 33 years with the fire department and retired as Battalion Chief in 2005. In addition, he was a general contractor for over 25 years. He is survived by his mother Margaret Baker, wife Theresa Baker, brother Melvin Gentry (Mary Lou Gentry), sister Linda Trawick (Bobby Trawick), son Brian Baker (Linda Powell) grandson Ryan Baker, daughter Tara Jones (Michael Jones) granddaughter Lola Jones, daughter Rachel Williams (Darrin Williams) and grandson Darrin Williams II. He was a faithful member of Olive Baptist Church for 34 years. Terry will be remembered by his devoted journey with Christ and unconditional love for his family and friends. He lived a life full of integrity, sincerity and compassion for others. He was a humble servant to his fellow man. Terry enjoyed snow skiing, fishing, and the numerous mission trips he took over the years. The family would like to give a special thank you to Emerald Coast Hospice and Kyra Lewis who were the angels that helped care for Terry during the past year and a half. Visitation will be held on Monday April 21 at Olive Baptist Church from 5:00pm- 7:00pm. The funeral will be held on Tuesday April 22 at 10:00am at Olive Baptist. Burial will follow at Pensacola Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the Ministry Village at Olive Baptist Church, www.ministryvillage.org or Emerald Coast Hospice 1555 N Palafox Street Pensacola, FL 32501. FAITH CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME SOUTH, 100 Beverly Pkwy, is in charge of arrangements. You may express your condolences online at www.fcfhs.com Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Statia Helen McNeese Beidleman 1920-2014 Mrs. Beidleman died peacefully among family and friends on April 15, 2014, in Pensacola, FL. She is survived by her son, William Beidleman and his wife, Robin, of Birmingham, AL; daughter, Anne Yniguez and her husband, Dennis, of Berkeley, CA; as well as grandchildren, Daniel Thompson of Richmond, VA; Pamela King and her husband Brian of Madison, MS, and Matthew Beidleman of Birmingham, AL. She was preceded in death by her husband, Barkley and her daughter, Kathy. Mrs. Beidleman was born on December 20, 1920 in Bassfield, MS. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern Mississippi and received a Certificate in Social Work from Louisiana State University. She served as a Red Cross Social Worker at Pratt General Hospital, Coral Gables, Florida where she met and fell in love with Dr. Barkley Beidleman. While Dr. Beidleman was overseas serving in Germany, she was stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia. She and Barkley were married in the chapel at Fort Benning on March 20, 1948. Dr. and Mrs. Beidleman moved to Pensacola in 1952 and lived there for the rest of their lives. Statia Beidleman devoted her life to her faith, family, and friends. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church for 62 years and volunteered at various charitable organizations in Pensacola finally retiring from United Ministries at the age of 90. She was a lifelong gardener and delighted in sharing her plants with others. Some of her trees and flowers are in bloom right now in Florida, Mississippi, and North Carolina. Mrs. Beidleman donated her body to the University of South Alabama Medical School in Mobile, AL. In keeping with Statia's wishes for a simple remembrance, a private memorial service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church. If one wishes, in place of flowers, donations may be sent to the First Presbyterian Church, 33 Gregory Street, Pensacola, FL 32502, or United Ministries, 257 East Lee Street, Pensacola, FL 32503. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Cpt. Robert Edward Blandine, USN, Ret. November 6, 1929 April 16, 2014 Captain Robert E. Blandine, US Navy (Retired) died on April 16, 2014 at Baptist Hospital. Captain Blandine was born in Canonsburg, PA on November 6, 1929. He enlisted in the US Navy following graduation from high school in 1947. He was commissioned an Ensign and designated a Naval Aviator in April 1953. His duty stations included five patrol squadrons, the last being as Commanding Officer of Patrol Squadron 49; two assignments to ships, including the last as Navigator on the USS Forrestal; three tours at the US Navy Postgraduate School where he earned both his Baccalaureate and Masters Degrees; duty at the Bureau of Naval Weapons; and the first Professor of Naval Science/ Commanding Officer, NROTC Unit at The University of West Florida. Captain Blandine retired from the naval service in September 1975. He served at Escambia County Area Transit as a Director of Finance for over twenty-five years. He was very active in the Naval Aviation Museum. Captain Blandine resided in the Pensacola area since 1978. Captain Blandine is survived by his son, William D. Blandine (Anna) and grandson, Patrick, of Travelers Rest, South Carolina; his granddaughter Cristina M. Cain (John) of Millbrook, Alabama; two great grandsons, Hardy and Newt; his brother, Jack Blandine, of Tucson, Arizona; his niece Peggy Dillon Scheuritzel (Wade), of Palisades, New York. He is also survived by a stepdaughter, Cynthia Salko, and step grandson, Christian Stanfield. Captain Blandine was preceded in death by his wives, Helen Mary, who died in July 1992; and Lucy Antoinette, who died in February 2014. Captain Blandine was a Life Member of the Association of Naval Aviation, The Military Officers Association of America, the U.S. Naval Institute, and The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. The Blandine family would like to give special thanks to friends, Frank and Marie Turchi for their invaluable assistance and support; and Mike Mckelvaine and LaTarasha Clark of Griswold Home Care. Funeral Services will be held at Our Lady of Loreto Chapel, NAS, Pensacola, Florida, at 1 p.m. on April 29. Inurnment, with full military honors, will follow in Barrancas National Cemetery with Oaklawn Funeral Home directing. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Frederick Jackson Buckelew 1938-2014 Frederick (Jack) Jackson Buckelew of Pace, FL passed away Tuesday, April 15th after a brief battle with cancer. He passed away peacefully at home with his son and daughter by his side. Jack was born at the Hercules Camp in Hattiesburg, MS on January 13, 1938 to Mildred Montgomery Buckelew and Cameron Frederick Buckelew. He graduated with a BS and MS from the University of Southern Mississippi and started his long career in education in 1959. He taught for many years in the Richton and Hattiesburg school systems. In 1969, he moved his family from Hattiesburg to Milton and worked at Pensacola Junior College as a counselor from 1969-1999. He is survived by his two children, Eric Buckelew (Karen) of Gulf Breeze, Sidney Gill (Greg) of Pace, grandchildren Cameron and Caroline Gill, sister Mary Sue Lott (Bob) of Birmingham, AL, brother Bill Buckalew of Bogalusa, LA, several nieces and nephews and their families, special friend and mother of his children, Betty Arledge Greco of Pace, FL, and lifelong friend Geraldine Hart Simmons of Hattiesburg, MS. Per Jack's request, no services will be held. He was a wonderful father and friend. He will be greatly missed. Special thank you to Covenant Hospice for their guidance, kindness and compassion and a very special thank you to Roxanne and Cindy. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Covenant Hospice or the National Audubon Society. National Cremation & Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements. Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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Henry C. Burton, Jr. 1924-2014 Henry C. Burton, Jr., 90, a resident of Pensacola, Florida died Thursday, April 10, 2014 after an extended illness. Henry was born in Louisville, MS. Mr. Burton was a proud retiree of the United States Navy and served his country in both World War II and the Korean War. After his retirement from the Navy he worked with the Civil Service as an aircraft mechanic and later with the Supply Division. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association and DAV. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry C. and Willie Burton; two sisters, Bernice Waites, Margie Hill; one brother, James Burton. He leaves to cherish his memory his loving and devoted wife of 67 years, Elizabeth Ann Burton; son, Henry C. (Paulette) Burton, III; two grandchildren, Kendall (Steven Hunley) Burton, Russell Burton; one great-grandchild, Taylor Hunley; he also leaves numerous nieces nephews, extended family members and friends. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Henry Waites, Pam Walker and Robert Churchwell. In lieu of flowers the family request memorials may be made to Covenant Hospice, 2001 N Palafox Street, Pensacola, FL 32501. The family will receive friends at the Faith Chapel Funeral Home, 100 Beverly Parkway on Friday, April 18, 2014 from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, April 18, 2014 at 12:30 pm at the funeral home. Burial will follow in Barrancas National Cemetery. FAITH CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME SOUTH, 100 Beverly Pkwy, is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be placed online at www.fcfhs.com Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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MAJ. GEORGE NORMAN CAMPBELL, USMC Ret. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at a 10:30 AM Service in La Chapelle de Martin & Castille for George Norman Campbell, 83, who passed away peacefully on Monday, April 14, 2014 at his home in Lafayette surrounded by his family. Interment will be in Fountain Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Lafayette. Pastor Michael W. Green of the South College Church of Christ, will officiate the services. Karen Broussard, organist and soloist, will sing for the services. He leaves to cherish his memory, his beloved wife of 58 years, Barbara Ernestine Waddell Campbell; four daughters, Karen Gambino, Sandra Cormier and her husband, Lawrence, Carol Hickey and her husband, Mike, and Kimberly Bourgeois and her husband, John; one son, Scott Craig Campbell; two sisters, Miriam Campbell Arnould and Quita Campbell Barrineau; ten grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and beloved friends dear to him like family, Jennifer Living, Angelle Wheeler, and Destinee Living. He was preceded in death by his parents, James Campbell and Pauline Spears Campbell; and one sister, Marie Campbell Cumby. George Norman Campbell was born on November 18, 1930 in Pensacola, Florida, was of Scottish heritage and a member of the Campbell Clan. He was a 1948 graduate of Pensacola High School and went on to attend Auburn University for 2 years, transferring to Florida State University where he met and married the love of his life, Barbara Waddell. He was a veteran of military service, proudly serving in the United States Army for 2 years, and transferring over to the United States Marine Corp, where he was a Korean War Hero saving many lives overseas as well as state-side. Mr. Campbell's military career spanned over 22 years as a Marine Officer coming out into the Reserves as a Major up for promotion as Lieutenant Colonel, where he became a writer for his Marine platoon newsletter. Following his time in the Marine Reserves in 1973, Mr. Campbell worked for PHI as a pilot for 24 years until his retirement out of Cabinda, Angola Africa in 1995. He was a dedicated member of the South College Church of Christ in Lafayette. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother and friend and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. Pallbearers will be Scott Campbell, John Bourgeois, Lawrence Cormier, Kevin Thompson, James Hickey, Michael Bourgeois and Marc Gambino, Jr. The family requests that visitation be observed at Martin & Castille's DOWNTOWN Location on Friday, April 18, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM and will continue on Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 9:00 AM until time of services. The Campbell family would like to give special thanks to the nurses and staff of Paramount Hospice and St. Joseph Hospice, especially Jennifer, Angelle and Destinee for their kindness, compassionate and loving care given to Mr. Campbell and his family during their time of need. View the obituary and guestbook online at www.mourning.com Martin & Castille - DOWNTOWN, 330 St. Landry Street, Lafayette, LA. 70506. 337-234-2311 Express your condolences in our guestbook at pnj.com/obits Read Obituary
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