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Alalouf, Alice  
Alice Alalouf, passed away on Thursday, 6/23/16. She was 92. She was born in NY and was married to her husband Joseph (deceased) for 65 years. In the early 1980's, Alice and Joe moved to Tamarac, FL and began the next chapter of their lives to be closer to her daughters and their families. She is survived by her two daughters Barbara Kreisberg (Gary) and Doretta Alalouf, grandchildren Robin (Tom),Jamie (Julian) and Jordan, great grand children Garrett and Carter, sister Ruth and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by sister Fay and brother Jack. She led a long and fulfilling life, and is now able to RIP with her husband Joe for eternity. A memorial/funeral service will be held this Sunday, 6/26 at Star of David Funeral Chapel and Cemetery and Memorial Gardens, 7701 Bailey Road,North Lauderdale, Fl 33068. Services will begin at 11:15 AM.
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Published in Sun-Sentinel on June 25, 2016
Amur, Erkan  
Erkan "Eric" Amur, 79, of Pompano Beach, Fla., died peacefully on June 22, 2016, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his daughters, Jennifer and Leyla Amur, and brother, Tayfun Amur. An unconditionally loving father and deeply loyal friend, Erkan emanated strength, kindness and generosity. His laugh was infectious, and he sought to make everyone around him enjoy life as much as he did. Born in 1937 in Kayseri, Turkey, Erkan worked for decades in the United States as an engineer. He was preceded in death by his parents, Huseyin Necati and Nezihe Amur. At the family's request, all services will be private.
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 25 to June 26, 2016
AUSTIN, PATRICIA C.  
Patricia C. Austin, 87, of Hollywood, died June 22, 2016. LANDMARK Funeral Home 954-989-8220
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 25 to June 26, 2016
Becker, Jacqueline L.  
Jacqueline L. Becker, of Boca Raton, FL, died on Sunday, June 12, at Hospice, Boca Raton. Jacqueline L. Becker was born in New York City, the only child of the late Henry Lehrich and his wife, the late Judge Frances W. Lehrich. She attended Vassar College, where she majored in Music and Dramatic Production. Following her graduation from Vassar, she went to work for Decca Record Company in the Artist Relations Department, working with such well-known recording artists as Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Ella Fitzgerald, Al Jolson, and others. She accompanied these prominent performers on their personal appearances throughout the country. It was on one of those trips to Chicago that she met Herman D. Becker. Upon their marriage in 1950, Mrs. Becker moved to her husband's home in Terre Haute, Indiana, where their two children were born and raised. Mrs. Becker shared her husband's active interest in community affairs. She became the youngest president of the Florence Crittenden Home, and was then elected to the national board of that organization. She also was a board member of the Terre Haute Symphony, the United Fund, and Vigo County Mental Health Association, and was a founder and officer of the Mothers' Group of the PTA at her children's schools. In 1960, Mrs. Becker was contacted by a fellow alumna of Vassar, Jacqueline Kennedy, who solicited her help on the presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy. It was in response to President Kennedy's inaugural address which included the famous quotation "Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask rather what you can do for your country." that Mrs. Becker helped to found a vocal and progressive group of more than 2,000 women. Known as H.E.L.P. (Housewives Effort for Local Progress), the organization dealt so effectively with local issues that its impact was felt at state and ultimately national levels. Its unique concept and accomplishments attracted considerable national media attention, culminating in a story on national TV which was done by Mike Wallace, Phil Jones, and other CBS correspondents. Mrs. Becker's attention, and that of her husband, was also directed toward the field of Special Education. They initiated a program involving the cooperation of the Vigo County School Board and the Special Education Department of Indiana State University, on whose Foundation Board Mr. Becker has served for more than 40 years. The Beckers funded the BECKER AWARD IN SPECIAL EDUCATION, which has made grants to outstanding students since 1965. In 1972, the Beckers moved to Highland Beach. Following her usual pattern of local involvement, Mrs. Becker immediately became active in the local government, and served on many committees there, most notably as a member of the Community Appearance Board, on which she served until she and her husband moved to Boca Raton in 1982. Sensing an important local need, they initiated and have continued to fund the Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation at the Boca Raton Firefighter and Paramedic Benevolent Fund. After the death of their son, Rick Becker, in 1997, the Beckers re-named it the Rick Becker Memorial CPR Award, which is to be given each year to the person who does the most to promote CPR in the community. In 1986, the Beckers decided to fund an award at FAU in the belief that outstanding students should be encouraged to participate in political activity. The JACQUELINE L. BECKER AWARD IN POLITICAL SCIENCE is given each year to the outstanding student in the Political Science Department. It is the Beckers' hope that the Award and the stipend that goes with it will continue to motivate students to study and participate in community affairs at local, state, and national levels. Mrs. Becker has always believed that an individual can make a difference in our political system and the award in her honor is designed to encourage students to share in that belief. Mrs. Becker is survived by her daughter, Susan M. Becker of Terre Haute, IN; two grandchildren, Jon D. Becker and Kara of Henderson, KY, and Traci Bartow of Terre Haute, IN; and great-grandson, Max Becker of Henderson, KY. A celebration of her life will be at a later date. Donations to the Rick Becker Memorial CPR Fund, Boca Raton Firefighter and Paramedic Benevolent Fund, PO Box 565, Boca Raton,FL 33429 or Jacqueline L. Becker Award in Political Science, Fau Faoundtion Inc., 777 Glades Rd, Adm 295,Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 22 to June 26, 2016
BRILL, IRIS C.  
Mrs. Iris Brill, of Hollywood, FL passed away on March 15, 2016.She is survived by her loving children Lori (Michael) Brill-Snyder and Sheryl Brill. Memorial contributions: Buddies Thru Bullies, P.O. Box 15938, Plantation, Florida 33318 or WWW.BUDDIESTHRUBULLIES.ORG . Services were held on March 17. Born in Bronx, NY, a graduate of Rhodes Prep and NYU. A life long animal activist, director of Animal Birth Control, a volunteer with the Humane Society, and worked on many Hlwd campaigns. Iris loved many mother/daughter trips to NY for Broadway shows and shopping A fantastic singer, dancer and cook. She loved Italian cuisine, Frank Sinatra and Neil Diamond. Her greatest joy was being a Mom and she was the absolute best. The animal and human world lost a true one of a kind. She's unforgettable. WWW.LAKESIDEMPFUNERALHOME.COM
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from Mar. 20, 2016 to Mar. 20, 2017
CLARK, JAMES  
James E Clark, 81, of Boca Raton, formerly of Pittsburgh, passed away March 18, 2016. He is survived by his wife Patricia, daughters Denise, Doreen, Darlene, and Danita, step children, Elaine and Ricky (deceased), 10 grandchildren, and 7 great grandchildren. Friends will be received at Babione (West) Funeral Home, Boca Raton, Monday March 21st 4-8pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. John the Evangelist Boca Raton on Tuesday, March 22nd at 10:00am.
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from Mar. 19, 2016 to Mar. 19, 2017
Davis, William H.  
William H. Davis, 66, of Lighthouse Point, FL, peacefully passed away Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Survived by his wife, Joyce, his daughter, Meaghann, son-in-law Jim, grandchildren, Autumn and Clay and his brother, James, Bill, will be remembered as a man with a big personality & heart, full of good humor & generosity. Private memorial for family.
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 24 to June 25, 2016
De Arellano, Helen  
Family and friends of Helen De Arellano will gather Saturday, July 2, in Bay Shore, N.Y., for a celebration of her long and magnificent life. Helen was 93 when she passed away March 27, Easter Sunday, in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Helen worked in the Brooklyn Navy Yard before enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943. During her service, she met her future husband, Enrique "Ricky". Helen and Ricky lived in Cuba, the south shore of Long Island, N.Y. and Key Biscayne, raising six children along the way. After Ricky passed away in 1988, Helen lived on her houseboat, "Mr. Rick," on Key Biscayne for 20 years and later in an oceanfront condo in Pompano Beach. But her home was the beach. She loved to walk the shore, collecting sea shells, beach glass and other salty treasures. Or sit in the sand with a good book, listening to the quiet whispers of the waves. She enjoyed spending time with all of her children and was loved for her extraordinary sense of humor and her amazing creativity. Helen is survived by her children: Diane Preisinger of Hendersonville, TN; Pancho De Arellano and wife Rose of Novato, CA; Susie McGinness and husband Chuck of West Palm Beach, FL; Peter De Arellano and wife Sue Ellen of Holbrook, N.Y.; Trish Walker and husband Craig of South Glastonbury, CT; and Kathy De Arellano of Pompano Beach, FL, along with 15 grand children, 9 great grand children and 2 great, great grand children. On July 2, family and friends will cruise across the Great South Bay to share stories, raise a toast and fulfill Helen's wish to have her ashes placed in the bay where she experienced her most cherished memories with her family. To honor Helen, the next time you are at the beach toss a shell back into the sea to let her know you are thinking about her.
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 22 to June 26, 2016
DeMare, Paul R.  
Paul R. DeMare, age 69, of Oakland Park, Fl. passed away on June 18, 2016. www.browardburial.com
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 22 to June 26, 2016
DEVEAUGH, BEVERLY  
Beverly Newmark Deveaugh, 86, of Pembroke Pines, FL passed away June 22, 2016. Born in Brooklyn, NY. Moved to North Miami Beach in 1952 until 1978, when she and her husband moved to Las Vegas. She was one of the founders of Temple Emanu-El in Las Vegas and volunteered with an adult literacy program helping people learn how to read and speak English. She returned to South Florida in 1988, living in Pembroke Pines, continuing her volunteer work and was awarded The Pembroke Pines Hometown Hero. Her husband of 50 years, David Donald Deveaugh died in 2001. Survived by sons, Dennis and Peter, daughter Allison. The visits of her 6 adored grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren would brighten her day. A Celebration of Beverly's Life will be held at a later date. For condolences please visit www.fredhunters.com
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Published in Sun-Sentinel from June 25 to June 26, 2016
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