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Gainesville Daily Sun (Gainesville, Florida) November 26, 1907, pg.1
MRS. LENORA INMAN - Mrs. Lenora Agnes Inman, 26, of 2122 East Hillsborough avenue died yesterday morning at her home. Besides her husband, Richard Inman, she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Breithoff of Tampa, three brothers, Joseph Breithoff of Kintersville, Pa.; John and Martin Breithoff of Tampa and a sister, Miss Rose Mary Breithoff of Tampa."
Published in The Tampa Morning Tribune, Sunday, September 9, 1936.
Donald Inman 48, Beech Grove, died Saturday in Sarasota, Fla.
Born Nov 12, 1928 in Newberry, he was the son of Chris and Lydia Inman.
Survivng is his wife, Loretta Inman.
Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Newberry Cemetery. Friends may call at the Little & Sons Funeral Home,Beech Grove, 5 to 9 p.m. today, and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Publication Date: August 15, 1994 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
DEARING - Matthew, 21, died on August 14, 1994, after a long battle
with cancer. Matthew is
survived by his loving mother and father, Valerie Brown Dearing, and Ronald J. Dearing
Sr.; brother, Ronald J. Dearing, Jr.; sister-in-law, Peggy Dearing; maternal grandparents,
Sallie and Howard Inman; paternal grandmother, Elsie M. Dearing; four uncles and
aunts, five cousins, and his three dogs.
Born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Matthew graduated from Taravella High School and was attending Broward Community College where he was pursuing a career in law. Matthew had obtained his license in Real Estate at the age of twenty. Matt's strength, fortitude and courage helped him beat a brain tumor in 1989. Matt then went on to graduate from high school, obtain his Real Estate License and enter college.
These accomplishments, and love from his family and friends was what kept him alive for more than six months after a reoccurrence of the disease. Matt's strength of character and conviction was an inspiration to all that new him. By his example he has made everyone, fortunate enough to have known him, better people. All of Matt's family and friends will miss his quick wit, glowing smile and his love of life.
Matthew's zest for life, that was cut short from this brain tumor, was not stopped until his last breath. Matt's choice to leave this world was at home with his parents, brother, sister-in-law, and his three dogs where he was surrounded with love. We will miss you always but know that you are always with us. Matthew, you did it your way!
The family will receive friends Tuesday, 7-9 pm at the funeral home. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 am, All Saints Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cemetery.
Arrangements by T.M. RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME. (305) 587-6888. In remembrance of Matthew T. Dearing those that wish may make a -contribution to The Cancer Caring Center at the U of M, or the Joe Dimaggio Children's Hospital, 4340 Sheridan St., Hollywood, FL 33021. The Dearing family would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Dr. Mike Halle, for his professional skills, advice, and -especially his friendship, and to Matt's -Hospice nurse, Wendy.
Publication Date: March 17, 1995 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
MC CALL - Virginia Elliott, 53, of Pompano Beach, passed away, March 9, 1995. Devoted wife of, Eddie McCall; beloved mother of, Willie Elliott, Joyce Reed, Darlene Inmon, Yvonne Elliott; loving sister of Annie Reed, Betty Hite, Emma Kyles, Gloria Washington, Maxine Maxwell, and Thomas Elliott. Services will be held Saturday, March 18, 1994, 11 AM at Greater Community Misison Baptist Church, 430 NW 27th Ave, Pompano. Interment Westview Cemetery. Friends may call 6-10 PM, Friday, March 17, 1995 at POITIER FUNERAL HOME, 317 NW 6th St., Pompano. (305) 943-7050.
Publication Date: May 17, 1995 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
Inman - Oice, 41, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, died May 11, 1995.
James C. Boyd Funeral Home.*
July 14, 1995 - Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale, Page: 6B
INMAN - Louie, Jr., infant son of Lekeshia Youmans and Louie Inman of Hollywood, died July
7, 1995. Fred Hunter's Hollywood Memorial Gardens Home.*
Publication Date: July 14, 1995 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
Inman - Louie, Jr., infant son of Lekeshia Youmans and Louie Inman of
Hollywood, died July
7,1995. Fred Hunter's Hollywood Memorial Gardens Home.*
Headline: WES FARRELL, WROTE `HANG ON SLOOPY'
Publication Date: March 02, 1996 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
Several other songs he wrote became top-10 singles, including Come a
Little Bit Closer" (recorded by Jay and the Americans in 1964) and Come On Down to My
Boat (recorded by Every Mother's Son in 1967). He also wrote Boys, which the Beatles
recorded in 1963 on their first American album.
Mr. Farrell signed Neil Diamond to his first publishing deal and produced music for the Cowsills, the Everly Brothers and Wayne Newton. He formed his own record company, Chelsea, to release Newton's first top-10 hit, Daddy, Don't You Walk So Fast."
Most recently, Mr. Farrell was the chief executive and president of Music Entertainment Group, an umbrella for several music organizations, including one of the country's largest Christian music companies, the Benson Music Group.
In addition to his wife, Jean Inman Farrell, he is survived by his mother, Fay DePasquale Goldberg of Miami; a son, Wesley, and a daughter, Sky, all of Coconut Grove, and another daughter, Dawn, of Santa Fe, N.M.
Wes Farrell, a music executive and songwriter whose four-decade career included the hit pop song Hang On Sloopy and the music for the television series The Partridge Family, died of cancer on Thursday at a resort on Fisher Island. He was 56 and lived in Coconut Grove.
Mr. Farrell was born in New York City. He entered the music business as a songwriter at the Brill Building in Manhattan, writing scores of songs before his first big hit, Hang On Sloopy, which was recorded by the McCoys in 1965.
Publication Date: June 12, 1996 Source: Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale Page: 6B
Inman - James G. Sr., "BABE", 64, of Delray Beach, passed away Monday,
June 10, 1996. Mr.
Inman was the owner of Inman's Office Supplies in Delray Beach. He is
survived by his wife, Judy
Breland Inman; 2 sons and daughter-in-laws, James and Melinda Inman,
Tallahassee, FL, Martin & Lora Inman, Atlanta, GA; a daughter, Barbara E.
Willson, Delray Beach; 2 brothers, J.C. Inman, Brevard, NC., H.G. Inman,
Trinity, TX; 4 grandchildren, Leigha, Lacey, McKenzie and Ashley.Friends may call
Wednesday evening, June 12, 1996 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the LORNE & SONS FUNERAL
HOME, 745 N. Federal Hwy, Delray Beach. Funeral services will be Thursday, June 13, 1996,
1 PM at the funeral home with The Reverend Charles C. Carrin officiating. Interment Delray
Beach Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Hospice By The Sea, 1531
W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL 33486 or the M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, September 23, 1998
Charlotte Alda Grot, 78, Englewood, died Sept. 18, 1998, in Williston, Vt.. She was born Sept. 21, 1919, in Marseilles, Ill., and came to Englewood 21 years ago from Ottawa, Ill. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, American Sewing Guild and the Moose Lodge. Survivors include four daughters, Jean Zegra of Nevada City, Calif., Sandra K. Inman of Williston, Becky A. Burns of Park City, Utah, and Cathy L. Stizza of Scottsdale, Ariz.; a brother, Martin Williamson of Englewood; nine grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter. The memorial service will be later. Farley Funeral Home, Venice Chapel, is in charge.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, June 18, 1999
Charles L. Skaggs, 74, Port Charlotte, died June 15, 1999.
He was born Dec. 16, 1924, in Belle, Mo., and came to Port Charlotte 20 years ago from Crestwood, Mo. He was an Army veteran of World War II, and later enlisted in the Navy. He was an installer supervisor for a telephone switching station. He was a member of American Legion Post 110, Moose Lodge 2121 and St. James Episcopal Church, all in Port Charlotte. Survivors include his wife, Mary F.; a son, Richard W. of Seattle; two daughters, Carol Davis of St. Louis and Cheryl Inman of Port Charlotte; a brother, James of Phoenix; a sister, Naomi Lehnhoff of St. Louis; and four grandchildren. Friends are invited to attend a 10 a.m. memorial service today at St. James Episcopal Church in Port Charlotte. Paul Schelm Funeral Home is in charge. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238; or to St. James Episcopal Church, 1365 Viscaya Drive, Port Charlotte, FL 33952
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 13, 1999
Ralph H. Curby, 87, Palmetto, died March 11, 1999. He was born Feb. 18, 1912, in Blue Springs, Mo., and came to Manatee County 15 years ago from Normal, Ill. He was a winter resident of Manatee County for four years. He was a lineman and foreman for Illinois Power Company in Bloomington, Ill., for 23 years. He was a member of Elks Lodge 2449 in Palmetto. Survivors include his wife, Beverly; three daughters, Sharon Lauer of Valparaiso, Ind., Marcia Inman of Streamwood, Ill., and Linda West of Morton, Ill.; a son, Michael of East Windsor, N.J.; a brother, William of Phoenix, Ariz.; nine grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren. Visitation will be from 1:30 to 2 p.m. today at Skyway Memorial Gardens, with services to follow in the Chapel at Skyway Memorial Gardens. Burial will be in Skyway Memorial Gardens. Bradenton Funeral Home is in charge.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, May 01, 1999
Vonda Inman Cram, 80, Sarasota, died April 29, 1999. She was born June 26, 1918, in Belchez, Va., and moved to Sarasota 10 years ago from Gilford, N.H. She was a homemaker and a member of several women's clubs. She was a member of Gilford Community Church. Survivors include her husband, Milton B.; a daughter, Marcia Calise of Westbrook, Maine; three sons, Milton B. Jr. of Methuen, Mass., Richard L. of Hamstead, N.H., and Robert S. of Meredith, N.H.; three brothers, George H. Inman of Fort McCoy, Frank S. Inman of Jensen Beach, and John S. Inman of Hendersonville, N.C.; and five granddaughters. A memorial service will be later in New Hampshire. Hawkins Funeral Home is in charge.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, May 25, 1999
Alna "Aunt Becky" Inmon, 93, Sarasota, died May 24, 1999. She was born March 29, 1906, in Adel, Ga., and came to Sarasota 59 years ago from Cook County, Ga. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church. Survivors include a daughter, Leola Hawkins of Sarasota; three nieces, Alberta, Tonya and Victoria Hawkins, all of Sarasota; and four nephews, Donald, Jonathan and Frank Hawkins and Tyrone Yancy, all of Sarasota. Visitation will be from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday at Jones Funeral Home. The service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church. Burial will be in Galilee Cemetery.
Agnes Inman Lowry
Agnes Inman Lowry of Gainesville died Sunday following an extended illness. She was 85.
Mrs. Lowry was born in Georgia and was a retired Alachua County court clerk.
Mrs. Lowry was preceded in death by her daughter, Lillian Rutland; one brother, David Clyde Inman; and one sister, Vera Hamilton.
Survivors include one sister, Gladys Hatch of New Iberia, La.
Source: The Gainesville Sun, Oct. 4, 1999
AUGUSTA -- Burning the image of a fierce panther or a scantily clad woman on a piece of wood is how Don Inman reminisces about his former life as one of the city's busiest tattoo artists.
The 66-year-old Augusta native retired his needles and ink six years ago, but he keeps his art alive through a new medium: wood burning.
Instead of a buzzing tattoo machine, his brush is a hot wood-burning iron.
Instead of flesh, his canvas is any scrap of wood he can lay his hands on.
The second-generation artist and former proprietor of Ted's Tattoo (the studio named after his father, also a tattooist) likes to recycle old lumber and salvage material such as cabinet doors. But he prefers old paneling above all else.
"I don't exactly know why," Inman says as he looks over the work in the backyard shop he built four years ago. "Maybe because it's thin and has a good grain. Maybe because it looks good on a wall."
But don't expect to see Inman's work hanging on too many walls other than his own. He hasn't sold many pieces.
Then again, he's not exactly marketing himself.
"People always ask me why I don't advertise. To be honest, I don't care if I sell any or not," he said. "I'd rather give one away to someone who appreciates it."
Inman's former studio, started by his father in 1941, was the first studio to receive a business license in Georgia and was a top tattoo destination during the 1960s and 1970s.
Back then, tattoos were not the mainstream phenomenon they are now.
His customers were mostly outlaw bikers, soldiers, roughnecks and topless dancers.
Sometimes he stayed up all night tattooing hoards of hell-raisers.
"There used to be a ton of biker gangs in this city," Inman recalled. "Some would come in [the studio] wearing pistols under each arm. . . . I miss tattooing sometimes, but I don't miss some of the people."
Inman took over the shop when his father died in 1971 and ran it until 1993.
He picked up his new hobby to beat the retirement doldrums, having experimented with a variety of mediums, including engraving Plexiglas with a tattoo machine and heavy-gauge needles.
Wood burning doesn't generate the kind of money that his former art form afforded, but it does keep him busy. And, he points out, it's not as expensive as some other hobbies.
"I wasn't about to take up golfing," he said.
Most of his wood art is reminiscent of the old-style tattoos he used to give. In fact, the wood panels adorning his shop are identical to the tattoo drawings that used to hang on his studio walls.
He's discovered wood burning can be just as demanding as tattooing. A mistake is permanent and must therefore be avoided. If an error is made, it must either be concealed or the whole image must be altered to accommodate it.
Still, in some ways, wood burning is much easier.
"The wood don't move, and it never says, 'Ouch, that hurts,' or 'I need a break,'" Inman said.
Source: The Florida Times-Union, December 28, 1999 Page: B-1
Robert C. Inman
FORT PIERCE - Robert C. Inman, 78, of Fort Pierce died Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2000.
A native of Taunton, Mass., he lived in Fort Pierce since 1984. He moved here from Mashee, Mass.
Before retirement, he was a gardener. He served in the Marine Corps during World War II.
He was predeceased by his wife, Doris Inman.
Survivors include a son, Robert C. Inman Jr. of North Falmouth, Mass.; two daughters, Suzanne Mahley of Mingo Junction, Ohio, and Pamela Cote of Warwick, R.I.; a stepson, Charles Adams of Centerville, Mass.; a stepdaughter, Sharon Zylinski of Marston Mills, Mass.;
two brothers, Howard R. Inman of Fort Lauderdale and Clayton Inman of Marion, Mass.; a sister, Barbara Jacoby of Falmouth, Mass.; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Services will be private.
Arrangements are under the direction of Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce.
Source: The Stuart News, Stuart, FL February 2, 2000
Eric Wayne Inman
Eric Wayne Inman, a lifelong resident of Fruitland Park, died Monday (4/24/2000) at Shands at AGH following a lingering illness. He was 28.
Mr. Inman worked as a communications specialist for AT&T Wireless.
He was a member of the Wildwood Assembly of God.
Survivors include his parents, Wesley W. and Mary Lu Inman of Fruitland Park; two brothers, Martin W. Inman of Fruitland Park and Jason A. Inman of Asheville, N.C.; and his maternal grandmother, Pearl Phillips of Lakeland.
gainesvillesun.com - 04/26/2000
Bessie T Inman
1915 - 2000
Bessie T Inman died on November 25, 2000. Born December 31, 1915, Bessie T Inman was 84 years old. The last known place of residence for Bessie T Inman was Jacksonville, FL.
George H. Inman Sr., 88
TALLAHASSEE — George H. Inman Sr., 88, retired, a reading clerk for the Florida Senate for 20 years and a former member of the Florida House of Representatives from Bradford County, died Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2001.
A native of Petersburg, Va., he was a former resident of Salt Springs. Mr. Inman was a member of the University of Florida 1931 Varsity Football Team and owner/broker of Inman Realty. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Salt Springs and Salt Springs Writer's Forum.
Survivors include his son, George Inman Jr., Ocala; daughter, Janette Goodin, Orlando; brothers, Frank Inman, Maggie Valley, N.C.; and John Inman, Hendersonville, N.C.; seven grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.
Abbey Funeral Home, Tallahassee, provided information.
www.star-banner.com - 1/09/2001
George H. Inman, Sr.
George H. Inman, Sr., 88, of Tallahassee, died Wednesday, January 3, 2001.
Mr. Inman was Baptist by faith and a member of VFW in Salt Springs and the Salt Springs Writer's Forum State Rep. For Bradford County. He was also a reading clerk for the state Senate for 20 years and a lobbyist and owner/broker for Inman Realty and a 1931 UF Football Player.
Survivors include his son, George Inman, Jr. of Ocala; daughter, Janette Goodin of Orlando; brothers, Frank Inman, of Maggie Valley, NC and John Inman of Hendersonville, NC; caregiver, friend, Dene Nichols of Tallahassee; seven grandchildren; seven great grandchildren.
Service will be 3 p.m., Tuesday, January 9, 2001, at Salt Springs Christian Church Cemetery. Family received friends from 6-8 Monday, January 8 at the funeral home.
Abbey Funeral Home of Tallahassee is in charge of the arrangements.
Virginia H. Inman
Virginia H. Inman died on March 3, 2001. The last known place of residence for Virginia H. Inman was Eustis, FL.
Zoe Z. Pack
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. - Zoe Zacharias Pack, 83, died Sunday at a local nursing home. The graveside service will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Old Orchard Cemetery in Petersburg, Tenn., with Bro. Edwin Carpenter officiating.
McCauley Funeral Home in Petersburg is in charge of burial.
Mrs. Pack was a native of Lake Butler, Fla. She was formerly of Petersburg and has several relatives who live there.
Survivors include one sister, Beatrice Inman of Hendersonville, N.C.
Warren J. Kennedy
NORTH PORT, Fla. -- Warren J. Kennedy, 79, a resident of North Port, died Sunday, April 22, 2001 at the Charlotte Regional Medical Center in Punta Gorda.
Born in Lowell, Mass., May 5, 1921, he was a son of the late Joseph Francis and Berth M. (Clarke) Kennedy.
He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the United States Navy.
Mr. Kennedy taught mathematics and architectural math at Lowell Trade School for 27 years. A former resident of Salisbury, Mass., he owned and operated a tavern in that town for 33 years.
He is survived by brother Roger Kennedy and his wife Jean of Del Ray Beach; sister Phyllis M. McWilliams and her husband John of Lowell; grandson Matthew S. Inman and his wife Linda of Independence, Mo.; granddaughter Heather Lynn Butts and her husband Sam of Blue Springs, Mo.; great-grandchildren Jacob Butts and Caleb Butts of Blue Springs, and Matthew S. Inman Jr. and Emily Rose Inman of Independence; many nieces and nephews, including his godchild Gary C. McWilliams of Houston; and dear friend Lorraine Desmarais of North Port. He was the father of the late Carolyn Jean "Candy" Inman who died in 1995.
Friends may call Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the McKenna-Ouellette Funeral Home, 327 Hildreth St., Lowell.
Funeral Mass Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at St. Michael Church, Sixth Street, Lowell. Burial in the Lowell Cemetery.
LADEVERION INMAN, Infant
BARTOW -- Miss Ladeverion Shanail Inman, the daughter of Alicia Nettles and Deverett Inman of Bartow, died July 11, 2001, in Tampa. She was 2
She was born in Tampa on June 27, 2001.
Visitation will be from 5 to 6 this evening at Charles A. Lewis Funeral Home, 1700 Second St. N.W., Winter Haven. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Wildwood Cemetery, Bartow.
From The Lakeland Ledger - July 20, 2001
A Bit of Fact (From The Lakeland Ledger - Friday, March 15,
As a celebration of Women's History Month, each day The Ledger profiles a significant woman or event in the state's history.
The East Polk community of Florence Villa was named after Florence Inman -- wife of a Civil War surgeon who moved from Ohio to Polk County in 1882, partly because he believed the warmer weather would help his ailing wife.
After Florence Inman was diagnosed with a spot on her lung, her husband built a palatial, 10-room home north of Winter Haven that was named Florence Villa in honor of her.
Before she died in 1916, the home became a regular stopping place for the Inmans' friends, who were drawn to Central Florida by the couple's praise for the area.
So many people visited, however, that the Inmans converted it into a 49-room hotel, which eventually gave rise to its own community surrounding it.
The families of black workers who staffed the hotel (which remained opened until the 1930s) flourished, and today the predominantly black neighborhoods in the
northeast section of Winter Haven remain known as Florence Villa.
-- Bill Dean
Belinda Inman, 28, of Winter Haven, died on Friday, April 2, 2004, at Lakeland Regional Medical Center.
She was a native of Tampa and a lifetime resident of the area. She was a computer technician at Polk Community College. She was a member of William Temple C.M.E. where she was on the Usher Board. She was listed in "Who's Who Among American Students," was an honor roll student in high school and graduated with honors.
She is survived by her father, Willie Frank Inman Sr. and mother, Celia Inman of Winter Haven; four brothers, Donald E. Inman of Auburndale, Ronald H. Inman of Kissimmee, Willie E. Inman Jr. of Houston, Texas, and Wallace B. Inman of Sacramento, Calif.; and a sister, Wanda D. Inman of Winter Haven.
Visitation will be held on Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. at William Temple C.M.E. Church in Winter Haven. Funeral services will be on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the church.
Charles A. Lewis Funeral Home, Winter Haven
News Chief l April 8, 2004
Gerdie Green Inman, 94, passed away Friday, October 13, 2006. A native of Greensboro, Florida, she lived throughout Florida all her life. She worked with the Brevard County Schools, was employed as Head Cashier with Winn-Dixie and then became a homemaker. Mrs. Inman was preceded in death by her husband, William in 2004, after 69 years of marriage. Survivors include two children, Gary Dale Inman and Betty Cheryl Cohron; three grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at Town & Country Funeral Home, 7242 Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32205. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. Interment at Riverside Memorial Park.Published in FLORIDA TODAY on 10/17/2006.
Eric Tyler Inman
Eric Tyler Inman, 27, of El Segundo, Calif., died suddenly
Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2006. The service will be at 3 p.m. EST Saturday at Sylvan
Abbey Funeral Home (727-796-1992 or www.sylvanabbey.com) in Clearwater. Born in
Clearwater, he moved to Tallahassee and graduated from Lincoln High School. He
earned his Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from the University of Central
Florida in Orlando. Upon returning to Tallahassee, he worked for Ritz Camera
Shop. He moved to California and worked as a production assistant for
Reel-to-Reel Filming Assistance. He helped with the filming of a movie, "South
of Heaven." He was a Baptist and enjoyed photography. Survivors include his
mother, Brenda Emerson Inman of Tallahassee; a brother, Ryan Matthew (and wife
Kara) of Tallahassee; his grandmother, Gladys E. Adams of Largo; and two nieces,
Isabel and Lucia Inman. He was preceded in death by his father, Gary K. Inman.
Published in the Tallahassee Democrat on 11/2/2006.
Stephen H. Inman
Ret. MMC Stephen H. Inman, 70, of Port Charlotte, Fla.,
passed away Thursday, Sept. 28, 2006, at Hospice House of Huntington., W.Va.
He was born April 6, 1936, in Indianapolis, Ind., the son of Russell Mattox Inman and Mary Hutton Hardin.
Mr. Inman served in the U. S. Navy and retired as a chief machinist's mate. He was a member and past president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles 3296, in Port Charlotte; a member of the U.S. Navy Fleet Reserves, American Legion, VFW, and Masonic Lodge and Shrine.
Mr. Inman is survived by his wife, Betty R. (nee Perry) Inman; three daughters, Deedra Inman Travis (Dennis Dowling) of Port Charlotte, Anita Lynn McClellan (Freddie Alliff) of East Lynn, W.Va., and Paula Danae Thompson (Gary) of Wayne, W.Va.; a son, Russell Andrew (May) Inman of Port Charlotte; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents.
A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, 2006, at the Fraternal order of Eagles No. 3296, corner of Harborview Road and Kings Highway, Port Charlotte.
Arrangements are by Morris Funeral Home, Wayne.
The Sun, (Oct/8/2006)
Lula Lee (Hodges) Inman
INMAN Lula Lee (Hodges) Inman, 82, of Jacksonville, passed away Dec. 17, 2006 after a brief illness. She was born in Nassau Co., daughter of the late Robert Oliver Hodges and Stella Rowe Hodges. She is survived by Calvin C. Inman, two daughters, Patricia Soles of Nassau Co. and Wanda (Richard) Johnson of Bethlehem, Ct.; one son, Darrell Carter of St. Mary's, Ga.; ten grandchildren, Michael, Regina, Chris, Richard, Jennifer, Dusty, Jason, Jeremy, Tara and Chad; nine great-grandchildren, Kaley, Triston, Logan, Zachary, Taylor, Chase, Paige, Carson and Pierce. She had two brothers, Fernnie (Nancy) Hodges and Douglas (Doris Evelyn) Hodges, both of Nassau Co.; one sister, Violet (Hodges) Hickox of Folkston, Ga. as well as many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Inman was also predeceased by one brother, Freddie Hodges and sister, Becky Mae (Hodges) Jones. Mrs. Inman was a member of Shiloh Free Baptist Church. Visitation for family and friends will be held at Callahan Funeral Home, Callahan, Fl. Wed. Dec. 20, 2006 from 6 till 8 p.m. Funeral Services will be held at Shiloh Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL. Thurs. Dec. 21, 2006 at 11:00 AM. Rev. Leonard Owens will officiate. Internment will be in Mill Creek Cemetery, Hilliard, FL. Arrangements by Callahan Funeral Home, Inc.
Published in the Florida Times-Union on 12/20/2006.
INMAN, FRANKIE L., 79, of Hallandale Beach died 1/9. Arrangements are incomplete 954-965-2722
Published in The Miami Herald on 1/10/2007.