Gertrude Meda Dinwiddie, 89 of Freeport died on January 14, 2017
Brett Allan Goll, 58 of Gulf Breeze died on January 14, 2017
Henry Allen Organ, 82 of Crestview died on January 12, 2017
Wayne Arthur Lister was born January 11th, 1953 to Aubrey and Thelma Lister. He resided in beautiful Pensacola Florida his entire life. He attended Saint Stephens and Catholic High School with his older brother and best friend Joe, where he developed a love for playing baseball and football.
Wayne’s first daughter April was born to him in 1974. His son Christopher was born in July of 1976. Wayne met the love of his life, Sherry Devine in 1978. They were married 4 years later, and together their life began. Their daughter Isis was born to them in July of 1985. He worked on a shrimp boat off the coast of Louisiana for a few years, until he began his career as a supervisor for Escambia County Utilities Authority from which he retired after 39 years.
Wayne had a passion for firearms, a love and appreciation which he proudly passed onto his son, daughter and grandson. He immensely enjoyed deer hunting in North Florida as well as Southeast Alabama. He loved mullet, and was a professional at cast-net fishing for them. He was the ultimate protector and provider for his family. Though he was an absolute man’s man, his biggest passion was his love for Jesus. He told every person he met about his Savior and the story of how he came to know the Lord.
Wayne always gave great advice and a listening ear to anyone who needed it. He had a tremendous sense of humor and a laugh that was contagious. He was a down to earth person, and truly had the gift of making people feel welcomed and at ease. He would always reassure people that “everything’s going to be okay!” and was known for many silly phrases and quotes that will live on in our hearts forever. Two of our most favorite things which come to mind are these that he would say to someone before he departed them, “If I don’t see you again, I’ll see you in Heaven!” and “Have a blessed day!”
Wayne is undoubtedly dancing on the streets of gold in Heaven, awaiting his wife Sherry, brother Joe,son Chris, daughters April and Isis, Granddaughters Anna 14, Jamie 11 and Trinity 5, Grandsons Christian 10 and Jaxson 3, nephews JoJo, Brian and Michael, Nieces Keli Beans and Alexia, Gandy the wonder dog 13, and many more cousins, in-laws, nieces and nephews to be reunited with him one day. He will be forever loved and missed but will remain alive and well in our hearts for eternity. We love you Wayne!
Shelton W. Mann, Jr., age 67, passed away on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, surrounded by his family. He was born on August 26, 1949, and grew up in Orlando, FL. After a 26-year career in the Air Force spanning 1969-1995, he worked at Northwest Florida State College until his retirement in August 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, Shelton and Maude Mann. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Patricia Mann; children Angela Laurent (David), Stephanie Rowe (Cameron), Steven Mann (Janice); grandchildren Natalie, Riley, Gavin, Ian and Wesley; sister Mary Jane Jones (Chip) and niece Becky Jones. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Thomas Leo Fahey, 63 of Pensacola died on January 10, 2017
Shelton W. Mann, Jr. 67 of Crestview died on January 10, 2017
The greatest joy we can experience in life is giving to others. Michael Bailey created this joy in his life by giving each day to those he saw in need purely because he cared. Our husband, father, son, and brother was taken from us on January 10, 2017 while selflessly helping others.Michael’s loving and compassionate nature should set the example for others to follow. He and his infectious smile have touched the lives of many. It is our hope that his goodwill will continue through all those that have crossed his path. Michael created a beautiful life for himself and there was no greater happiness than spending time with his family. Everything he did was in love and support for his growing family.Michael was a highly skilled construction engineer that truly loved his work. Not only was he skilled in his craft, Michael was an extremely talented athlete, earning all European honors in two sports. As many know, Michael was a long time Dallas Cowboys fan and took advantage of every opportunity to show it.Michael A. Bailey was born in Tuscola, Illinois on August 5, 1987. He is survived by his wife Julia Bailey (Flores) of Gulf Breeze, FL, his sons Trae (age7), Jaesyn (age5), and another son due in March, his parents William and Tonya Bailey of Milton, FL, brother Matthew Bailey of Dallas, TX, and sister Jazman Bailey of Navarre, FL.
Visitation will be on Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 from 1 - 2 PM, followed by a funeral service at 2 PM, at Gulf Breeze United Methodist Church 75 Fairpoint Dr. Gulf Breeze, FL 32561.
Burial will be private.
Tyrone Pearson, 47 of Pensacola died on January 9, 2017
Gerald Richard Hietikko, 76 of Fort Gratiot, MI died on January 9, 2017
Elisha Vo Huynh, infant died on January 9, 2017
Verna Arlene Jacobsen, 78 of Pensacola died on January 9, 2017
Judith A. Appelberg, 60 of Pensacola died on January 8, 2017
Belinda Ann Braeuler, 58 of Pensacola died on January 7, 2017
Shaun F. Levasseur, 48 of Pensacola died January 7, 2017
Quinette “Judy” Brill (Helms) 91, received her wings to her heavenly home January 6, 2017.
Judy was the owner of Little Adobe restaurant on Navy Blvd for over 40 years. She is preceded in death by her husband Floyd C and son Ronald L Brill, her parents James and Susie Helms and 4 sisters Hazel Moss, Dot Carter, Glenda Revels and Jimmie Lee Cate. Survived by sister Sue Hutto (Fred) and brother James W Helms (Barbara).
Memorial service will be at 11:00 A.M on Friday, January 20, 2017 at Calvary Way Full Gospel Church 100 Jones St. with Reverend Carl Shiver officiating.
Private burial services will be held at a later date.
Rebecca Marie (White) McKendrick,(Becky) 68, of Pensacola, passed away on Friday January 6,2017.
She was a loving Mother, Grandmother, Wife,Sister,Aunt and
Rebecca is survived by her husband of 49 years John McKendrick(Mac), her son Johnny Mckendrick, daughter Virginia(Ginjer) Smith and Grandchildren Brandon(Kari),Brittany,Brianna(Aj),Mallory(Jt),Matthew and Jayme, her sister Patricia Odom(Bruce), brother Bernie White(Pat)
and several nieces, nephews and greatnieces and nephews that she loved very much.
She was preceded in death by her loving parents Bernie and Virginia White and her loving dog Dooley.
A memorial to celebrate her life will be set at a later date.
Her family would like to thank Covenant Hospice at West Florida Hospital for the wonderful care and compassion they showed her and her family.
We would like to extend our deepest heartfelt thanks to evryone for their loving thoughts and prayers.
Ricky Wayne Polk, 52 of Pensacola died on January 5, 2017
Louie E. Harrell, 57 of Pensacola died on January 5, 2017
Richard A. Boelens, 64 of Milton died January 4, 2017
Jill Jeanine Cantrell, 46 of Milton died on January 4, 2017
Nichole Jeanine Urias, 31 of Choctaw Beach died on January 3, 2017
Levy Houston Lucas, Jr., 56 of Niceville died on January 2, 2017
July 06, 1957-January 02, 2017
Cecilia Lynne(CC) went to be with the Lord, her father (Cecil), her brother (Rodger), and her dear father-in-law Mr.Ed(Collison) on January 2. Cecilia was such a warm, caring woman, that would light up the room with her beautiful smile, and infectious laugh. She dearly loved her family, animals, books, as well as the incredible plants & flowers she grew in her yard. She had a long, sucessful career as a cosmotoligist, always doing fabulous work that made all her clients feel so good about themselves. Tragically, she lost her long, hard battle with addiction & depression, but she made an undeniable mark on all of us.
She is survived her loving daughter; Jennifer Lynne, her grandson; Chandler (Chan) Evan Spears, the love of her life; Steven (EO) Collison. Spears family; her precious mother; Helen, brothers; Micheal (&Diane), Patrick(&Terry), Charles and her sister; Mary(&Paul), as well as numerous neices, nephews, etc... The Collison family; Mrs.Ed, Dave & Carolyn, Matt, Alex & Haley, The Newhearts; Ann & Dave, Christina & Sam.
She loved us all so very much, and would want us not to focus on the pain of her loss, but knowing she is no longer in pain. To celebrate her, taking comfort in the good memories, remembering her loving, incredibly caring spirit that is always with us, knowing that we now have a guardian angel that always surrounds and will protect us until we are all reunited again with Our Father in Heaven. Rest In Peace.... We Will Always Love You