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Winston Campbell

Winston Cleave Campbell, 73, passed away on Sunday, April 15, surrounded by his loving family. Mr. Campbell was an usher at Washington Park Church, in Orlando, where he was a faithful member. Cherishing precious memories are his wife, Hattie Mae Campbell; daughters: Natasha and Natalee Campbell; step daughters: Lisa Bell and Sabrena (Ishmo) Brown; son, Brian (Marcia) Campbell; sisters: Mildred (Phillip) Spence, Valdin and Icylin “Nalda” Campbell; brothers: Adolphos and Sonnie (Icylin) Campbell; seven grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held…

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Margaret Mason Brown

Margaret Mason Brown went to her heavenly home on Sunday, April 22. Born in Thomasville, Ga. on Sept. 1, 1945, she was preceded in death by her parents: Leon Mosley Mason and Mildred Millinor Mason; and is survived by her brother, Leon “Sonny” Mason Jr. and wife Julie, of Hurst, Tx. Married to her best friend James William (Billy) Brown for 39 years, she proudly leaves him and her two sons: Nick (Jennifer) Brown, of Warner Robins, Ga.; and Dan (Dawn) Brown, of Wilmington, NC to carry on her legacy…

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Roy Webb

Roy Webb, 72, died on Tuesday, April 24, at his home in Madison. Roy was born in Pinellas County and lived in Madison County for most of his life. Roy was a mechanic with Robinson Motor Company for many years. He loved to fish, hunt and garden. Roy also liked restoring old tractors. He was always working and doing things all the time. He was a Christian and attended a Church of God. He was preceded in death by one great-grandson, Michael Sheppard. Roy is survived by his loving wife…

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Willard Fraser Whitty

Mrs. Willard Fraser Whitty passed away on Tuesday, April 17, at her home in Lee. Mrs. Whitty was born on Dec. 5, 1914, to Willard and Hazel Whitty. She retired after 18 years of being employed as a Secretary with the Florida Parole Commission, in Jacksonville. She was a member of Lee United Methodist Church, in Lee. She was also a member of the Madison Woman’s Club, the Madison Garden Club, and the Eastern Star. She is survived by one daughter, Ellen Fields, of Lee. Funeral services were held at…

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