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Margaret Sands

Mrs. Margaret Sands was born May 15, 1932, in Madison, Fla., to George and Saddie Brown. The 9th live birth, making it the finale. After high school, she was a telephone operator. In 1951, she married Tiney Sands and they had twins: Todd and Judy. She was a faithful member of Highlands Baptist Church, in Jacksonville, Fla. for several years. Her favorite things to do were eating fried catfish and vanilla ice cream and being outside gardening. She is survived by her twins: Todd Frank Sands and Judy Karen Paul;…

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Lisa Gaye Rutherford Riley

Lisa Gaye Rutherford Riley passed to heaven peacefully in her sleep on Friday, May 17, 2019. Lisa was born on June 2, 1958, in Lakeland, Fla. She grew up in Lamont, Fla., loved life and lived in many places. She worked for many years as a veterinary tech because of her love of animals. Lisa was living in Tallahassee when she suffered a major stroke in 2010 that resulted in left side paralysis. She never lost her vivacious and witty spirit and continued to be a celebrity everywhere she went….

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Robert Justin Phillips

Mr. Robert Justin Phillips, 30, passed away on Sunday, May 19, 2019, in Live Oak, Fla. Robbie was born on Oct. 18, 1988 in Madison, Fla., to Robert Turner Phillips and Carol Ellen Odom Phillips. He attended Madison High School and worked as a Freelance Tattoo Artist. In his spare time he enjoyed skateboarding and riding motorcycles. Robbie was preceded in death by his mother, Carol Ellen Odom and a brother, Josh Odom. He is survived by a daughter, Nevaeh Ellen Phillips, of Madison; father, Robert T. Phillips, of Cross…

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Richard Wayne “Dick” Haviland

Mr. Richard Wayne “Dick” Haviland, 91, of Lee, Fla., passed away on Thursday, May 16, 2019 in Madison, Fla., following a brief illness. Mr. Haviland was born on March 29, 1928 in Harvey, Ill. to Wayne Stewart Haviland and Marjorie Alvina Kings Haviland. He honorably served our country in the United States Navy for eight years, beginning his service near the end of WWII. He was of the Methodist faith and was a member of Lee United Methodist Church. He worked as a crane operator for Occidental Phosphate Mines for…

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