Harry H McCluey III passed away peacefully at Sacred Heart Hospital Hospice Center Pensacola, FL on April 30, 2020. Harry was born April 22, 1949 in Pittsburg, KS, growing up in the Seattle Washington area. He served his country during the Vietnam Campaign as PFC Rifleman with the 1st Squad, 1 Bravo Company, 1st Rifle Platoon, 1st Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment,1St Marine Division. Harry was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart for Valor.
After leaving the Military, Harry returned to Kansas to pursue a 32-year career in Law Enforcement. Harry worked 2 years for the Caney Kansas Police Department, retiring from law enforcement with 30 years at the Johnson County Sheriff's office. During his time with the Sheriff's, Office Harry spent 7 years with the FBI Violent Crime Task Force.
Harry enjoyed life and was loved by his family. He will be deeply missed by all of us.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Harry and Bonnie McCluey.
Survivors include his wife Marilyn of 34 years, two daughters and 5 grandchildren. Cara Perez (Royce White II, Annie Perez, Lilly Williams) Ben and Natasha Russell (Jaxon Russell, Baylee Russell).
Private burial services will be held for family and closest of friends at a later date with interment at Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth, KS.
End of Watch: April 30th, 2020
RIP Loving Man
Memorial contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society or charity of your choice.
Cecil Lester “Buddy” Brown, son of the late Thomas Lester and Minter Ray Lumley Brown, passed away on April 30, 2020 in Pensacola, FL. after a lengthy illness.
Buddy is survived by his wife Penny; daughter, Heather (Russell) Gibbs; granddaughters, Kelsey (Michael) Bozeman and Katie Ryon Gibbs; two great-grandchildren; his brother, Tommy (Charmion) Brown; sister, Kathy (Billy) Osborn and several cousins, a niece, and nephews.
Buddy was born in Selma, AL on November 17, 1950. He was a 1968 graduate of Southside High School and went on to become a Master Electrician. Buddy married Pamela Sue “Penny” Rascoe in September of 1981. As owner of Leonard Electric Company, his work was well respected and he enjoyed taking on the most challenging jobs in his field. After retiring, Buddy and his wife Penny moved to Orange Beach where he enjoyed deep sea fishing with family and friends.
There will be no public visitation or services. The family would like to thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers during this time.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
Collen Jude Deveney, 67, of Pace, Florida passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.
Barbara Lou Hays, 86, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.
A Memorial Service will be held at a later date late June or July.
Peter John Sullivan, 71, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Monday, April 27, 2020.
Betty Joan Enfinger, 76, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Monday, April 27, 2020.
Robert Stanley Wise, 82, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Sunday, April 26, 2020.
Jimmie Dean Freeze, 72, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Sunday, April 26, 2020.
Frank Walker Warren, 83, of Gulf Breeze, Florida (formerly of Cloquet, Minnesota) passed away Sunday, April 26, 2020 at Gulf Breeze Hospital.
He is survived by his wife and high school sweetheart, Elsie (Jokinen) Warren; sons, Anthony "Tony" (Edna) Warren and Michael "Mike" (Joanne) Warren; daughter, Crystal Warren; grandchildren, Holly Warren, Laura (Dominic) Vonella, Matthew Warren, Nicole Warren, and Christopher Warren; his brother, Harold "Harry" (Gail) Hanninen; great grandchildren and numerous nephews and nieces.
Frank was a musician with the Westernaires and the Chmielewski Funtime Band. He was an active member of St. Sylvester Catholic Church, served in the U.S. Army National Guard, was the owner of Warren Construction. He loved traveling, fishing and hunting and was an avid yard sale and antique collector. Most importantly he loved his family dearly. Frank will live forever in the hearts of his family and friends as he now sings in heaven "Walk Through This World With Me".
Joyce Marie Smith, 82, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on April 25, 2020.
Arthur Allen Hagen, 59, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Mary Crosby, 76, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Mary Coppola Bello, 67, of Navarre, Florida passed away on Thursday, April 23, 2020.
Laurence Alan Gibson, 83, of Navarre, Florida passed away on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.
Michael Ray Farrow was born in Bardwell, KY. The son of Mildred
Utterback, a well-to-do Southern socialite and James Farrow, who was the
son of a poor railroad worker. He was quite literally, from the other side of
When Mike was 5, his father earned an Engineering degree from Murray
State University and got a job working for NASA. The family couldn’t afford
to live in Huntsville so they settled in Athens, Alabama because it was
cheaper and my grandfather could carpool to work with all the other broke
engineers working for NASA at the time.
Dad led an idyllic childhood in Athens. He had lots of friends, nine dogs (NINE DOGS!) and an older brother that he absolutely worshipped named Jimmy. Mike wanted to be just like his brother so when he graduated high school he went to the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, earning a BS in Marketing. He also joined a fraternity, Theta Chi, and met the smartest most beautiful woman he'd ever seen and he asked her to marry him. She was from Montgomery, Alabama and her name was Janet Ellis. They got married while they were both still in college. Mike had just turned 21 and Jan was only 19!
After graduation, he joined the Air Force and learned to fly jets. In 1970, while they were stationed in Selma, Alabama, Mike and Jan welcomed their first child to the world, a beautiful daughter that they named Missy. Two years later the Air Force moved the family again. This time to Marin, California, where they welcomed their second child, James. They named him James, just like his grandfather, but a pilot friend of Mike’s suggested the nickname "Jake" and it stuck.
Shortly after Jake was born, Mike was transferred to Clark Air Base in the Philippines. He flew T-33's and was a flight instructor teaching native Philippine pilots to fly jets, while his wife taught History at the high school located there on the air base.
!n 1977 the Air Force transferred Mike back to the states. Mike wanted a change so he stopped flying jets and just like his dad, took advantage of the GI Bill. He got a law degree from the University of Alabama. After graduating, Mike started his second career as a Judge Advocate in the Air Force, this time stationed in Denver, Colorado at Lowry Air Force Base.
While he was stationed in Denver, Mike and Jan separated and Mike moved back to Columbus, Mississippi to open a private law practice with some good friends of his held met while in law school. He took on all kinds of cases, anything from bankruptcy to murder. In addition to his private practice, he also served as the public defender for the City of Columbus, while also continuing to work as Judge Advocate in the Air Force Reserves.
It was during this time that he met and fell head over heels in love with a school teacher in Columbus named Pam Tilley and he got married again. He spent many happy years with Pam and her daughter, Leigh Anne there in Columbus, a town he loved very much. He was a member of the First Christian Church on McCrary Road and always felt most at home among the congregation.
After a successful career as a defense attorney, he retired from his public defender position and from the Air Force Reserves at the rank of Lt. Colonel. Mike and Pam bought a beautiful house on the water and moved to Pensacola, Florida. It was his lifelong dream to live on the water there and he often said that living there with Pam was the happiest he had ever been his entire life.
The happy times were not without sadness. Mike lost his daughter Missy to a brain tumor in August of 2015. Three years later, during a routine annual check-up, doctors discovered a small tumor in one of his lungs. Chemo and radiation treatment were somewhat successful but the cancer spread to his lymph nodes and shortly after that, his bones.
Michael Ray Farrow passed away on April 22, 202, at 7 pm on the dot, comforted by his adoring wife, Pam, who had been reading the bible to him. Religion was a big part of his life and he always said he felt very close to God. He didn't fear the end and was looking forward to being reunited in the next world with those that had passed before him.
He is survived by his wife, Pam; his son, Jake; two grandsons, Jackson and Ellis; his granddaughter, Sarah; his step-daughter, Leigh Ann her husband, Koby Watkins and their two boys Kade and Knox.
Michael Farrow was a magnetic, vibrant, funny, smart, caring, loving person, a fantastic father who loved God and will be remembered forever and fondly by those that were lucky enough to call him a friend or a family member.
George Mallams, 93, the eighth child of Robert and Jannett (McTavish) Mallams, was born on February 9, 1927 in Weir City, KS he passed from this life on April 22, 2020 to join his parents and all of his siblings who had gone on before him, William, Robert, Grace Bennett, Viola Trewatha, Eldon, Raymond and Bertha Prewett.
He married the late Garnett Wolf in 1957 and enjoyed 48 years of togetherness. In this marriage, George had the pleasure and enjoyment of starting his family by raising Garnett’s 15 year old daughter, Jo Ann Livingston for 50 years.
He is survived two grandsons, Don (Shelley) Livingston and Jeff (Christine) Livingston; six great grandsons, Josh (Sloan), Thomas, Joseph, Tyler, Johnny and Colby; one great granddaughter, Joy Ellen (Kevin) Livingston Beatty; five great-great grandson, Noah, Carson, Jacob, Silas and Eli and one great-great granddaughter, Amelia and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins throughout these United States and Wales, UK.
He also leaves behind his partner of several years and dear friend, Susan Metzger.
George was a 1954 graduate from the University Of Kansas City School Of Pharmacy, now the University of Missouri and he was a registered Pharmacist for 50 years in the State of Missouri. George was very active in his professional associations, a past President of the Springfield Pharmacy Association and past President of Missouri Pharmacist Association, Chairman of Christian County Health Board, also serving as Chairman of the Nixa Electric Board during the transfer of services from another electric company.
He and his wife, Garnett, owned and operated Mallams Drug Store in Nixa, MO for ten years. At which time he was starting to work for the State of Missouri as a consultant to the (new) Medicaid Program, later joining the Missouri Board of Pharmacy as an Inspector of licensing and compliance of Missouri law.
George ended his professional career working for the Greene County Health Department Clinic, Springfield MO, dispensing medications for the indigent.
On Labor Day 1996, George and Garnett moved to Gulf Breeze, FL to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren.
George was known as Granddad by all the grandkids, was so special and so loved by everyone and considered to be the “Perfect Grandfather”, always smiling, always supportive, very smart and very loving, he will be deeply missed.
There will be a Private Memorial Service held for immediate family.
Jolaine Marie Noble, 75, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.
Mary Faith Swaney, 69, of Milton, Florida passed away on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Joseph Todd Pullicin, 33, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2020.
Dillon Peter Shanks, 34, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Mary Michelle Bryan, 60, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Christopher Allen Lynch, 40, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Monday, April 20, 2020.
Patsy Ann Dees, 84, of Pensacola, Florida passed away on Sunday, April 19, 2020.
Bruce Allen Willse, Jr., of Milton, Florida passed away on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Vanessa Leigh Rebecca Higgins, 49, of Milton, Florida passed away on Saturday, April 18, 2020.