|Fort Myers News-Press- Thursday, June 10,1954- Pg.2 -- Albert Addison Sr.|
|Funeral services for Albert Addison Sr.will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Marco Church of God., with the Rev. Herman Boyette officiating. Pallbearers: Roy Cannon, Lesley Bronson, Wiley Dickerson and Ralph Doxsee. Arrangements by Young-Harvey funeral directors.|
|Fort Myers, Fla News-Press- Monday, Feb.5,1962 --- Charity Addison|
|Charity Addison, 83, a resident of Marco for the last 70 years,died here yesterday. surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Annie Howard of Marco, Mrs. Herbert Storter of Naples, Mrs. James Graziano of Boston; six sons, Albert, Chester, and Ernest, all of Fort Myers,;Richard of Marco, James of Everglades City, and George of Naples. One brother Hyram Newell of Marco, 32 grandchildren, 68 great grandchildren, and eight great great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Harvey Funeral Home.|
|Funeral services for Charity Addison, 86, Marco will be held today at 2:00 pm in Church of God. Marco, with Rev. David Lanier officiating. Active pallbearers will be Calude Addison, Carl Addison, Richard Addison Jr, Freddie Addison, Wilber Howard and George McRae. Honorary pallbearers will be Reaford Williams, Raymond Williams, Roy Rimes, Robert Griffiths, Kelly Gant, Alex Tasetam, Roy Hunter and Roy J. Rogers. Internment will be in Marco Cemetery. Arrangements by Harvey Funeral Home.|
|Fort Myers, Fla. News-Press-Nov,4,1934 -- Joseph Addison|
| Joseph Addison, 61 year old Buckingham farmer, died yesterday morning at Lee Memorial Hospital after an illness of several weeks duration.|
He came to Fort Myers 20 years ago and has operated a farm near Orange River. Mr. Addison is survived by two brothers, Albert of Marco and Richard of Laughman, Florida.
Funeral arrangements will be made by Lawrence A. Powell.
|From Naples Daily News- Naples, FL. --- George Addison|
|George Addison, 84, of Burton road, died Tuesday, April 4,1989.|
He was born on Addison Island, Florida, and had been a lifetime resident of the Naples area.
He is survived by his wife, Lessie Addison,; one son, Fred Addison of Longwood, Fl; three daughters, Ruby Collins .Doris Easterly , and Joyce Zollner of Naples; a sister, Dolly Storter of Ft. Myers, Fla. and one brother, Ernest Addison of Ft. Myers;17 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his son, George Gerald Addison in 1957.
Graveside services will be conductedon Friday at 11:00 a.m. from Naples Memorial Gardens with Rev.Ernest Berquist officiating.
Burial will follow.
Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Man Killed by Lightning On Sunday
| George Gerald Addison, 26, of Naples, was killed instantly at 4:15 p.m. sunday when a bolt of lightning struck him as he left the Monroe Station eating place to move his car under shelter.|
Addison had been out driving with his wife Edith, son Walter Paul, and the young Gibbs boy, and had stopped for refreshments at Monroe Station when it began to rain heavily. Leaving the others in the restaurant, Addison went out to move his car and reportedly had just reached the vehicle when the lightning flashed. The bolt had apparently been attracted by the big tree at Monroe.
| Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. at the Church of God, the Rev.C.D.Harris officiating. Pallbearers will be Stanley Daniels, Jimmy Gibbs, Perry Whidden, and Francis Howard. Internment will be at Crestlawn Memorial Gardens, with Pittman Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.|
Born in Fort Myers, Addison was a carpenter by trade and a veteran of the Korean war.
He is survived by his wife Edith Ann, son Walter Paul, parents Mr.and Mrs. George Addison, a brother Fred, three sisters; Ruby Lee Strickland, Joyce Addison, and Doris Easterly, and a grandmother at Marco.
|Collier County News|
dated: Tuesday, Sept.3, 1957
|Mrs. Beatrice Dampier was notified of the death of her nephew, George Addison, of Naples Sunday. She and her daughter, Mrs. Wallace Passmore, attended the funeral in Naples Tuesday.|
|From Naples Daily News --- Lessie Lee Addison|
Lessie Lee Addison, 81, of Naples, died in Cleveland, Ohio on Friday, Sept.11, 1992 as the result of an automobile accident. Mrs. Addison had been a resident of Naples for 65 years. Surviving are her children, Ruby Collins of Fl., Fred Addison of Longwood, Fl., Joyce Zollner of FL.,& Doris Easterly of Fl.; A sister Cecilia Goodwin of Hollyville, Ala.; a brother Charles Daughtrey of Cleveland, Ohio; a sister-in-law Dolly Storter of Bonita Springs, FL; 18 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Addison, a son George Gerald Addison, and one grandaughter.
Fort Myers News-Press, Thursday, April 11,1985 Ft.Myers, FL. News-Press, May 8,1989- Pg.5-B-- Earnest Addison Ernest Addison,77,of Fort Myers died Thursday, May 4, 1989. He had been a lifetime resident of the Naples-Fort Myers area.
Fort Myers News-Press, Thursday, April 11,1985
Ft.Myers, FL. News-Press, May 8,1989- Pg.5-B-- Earnest Addison
Ernest Addison,77,of Fort Myers died Thursday, May 4, 1989. He had been a lifetime resident of the Naples-Fort Myers area.
|Richard Addison Sr.|
|Naples Daily News 1-13-1987 pg.9c|
| Richard Addison Sr., age 83 of 3048 Linwood Avenue, died Friday, September 11, 1987. He had been a lifetime resident of Collier County and was born in Marco Island , April 19, 1904.|
He is survived by his wife, Mildred Eleanor Addison; three sons, Richard Addison Jr. and Bruce Addison, both of Naples, and Freddy Addison of Homestead, FL.; two daughters, Doris Rhoden of Naples and Sue Whitsett of Miami, FL.; two brothers, George Addison of Naples and Ernest Addison of Fort myers, FL.; two sisters, Mrs. Hub "Dolly" Storter of Naples and Alice Graziano of Massachusetts.; and several grandchildren and great -grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted Tuesdayat 10:00 am from Naples Memorial Gardens.
Burial will follow in Naples Memorial Gardens.
Friends may call at the Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel on Monday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.
|Richard Addison Sr.|
|Naples Daily News 9-14-1987 pg.7c|
| Graveside services for Richard Addison Sr, age 83 of 3048 Linwood Avenue will be conducted Tuesday, 10:00 am from Naples Memorial Gardens.|
Friends may call at the Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel Monday from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.
|Mildred Eleanor Addison|
|Naples Daily News 5-4-1988 pg.8c|
| Mildred Eleanor Addison, 74, of Linwood Avenue, died Monday, May 2, 1988 .She had been a Naples resident 14 years, coming from Marco Island, Fl. She was a member of the Assembly Of God Church in Naplees.|
She is survived by three sons, Richard and Bruce Addison, both of Naples and Fred Addison of Homestead, FLa; two daughters, Doris Rhoden of Naples and Sue Whitsett of Miami, Fla; a sister, Eva Pearl Vickers of Naples; ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, 10:00 am from the Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel with Brother Charles Gee officiating.
Burial will follow in Naples Memorial Gardens.
Friends may call at the Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel Wednesday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
|Medford Daily News-Melrose Evening News, Mass. Wed Oct.28, 1987|
|Medford- Alice L.(Addison) Graziano died after a lengthy illness at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford on Tuesday, October 27 at the age of 85.|
Born in Florida, Mrs. Graziano was a Medford resident for 40 years.
She is survived by her five children, James Jr. and Albert, both of Holbrook; William of Revere, Charles of Calif,and Leonard of Billerica; and many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Mrs Graziano was the wife of the late James Graziano; and the mother of the late Joseph and Carol Graziano.
The funeral, from the Dello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main St.,Medford, will be on Thursday, October 29 at 9 am followed by a funeral mass in St. Clement's Church, Medford-Somerville line at 10 am.
The internment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford.
|Medford Daily News, Monday April 19,1965|
| The funeral of James (Noisy) Graziano ,62, of 6 Williams Pl.,Medford, was held this morning from the Dello Russo Funeral Home with a solomn requiem high mass at St.Clement's Church, Sommervile. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery.|
Mr. Graziano died Friday at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital West Roxbary, after a long illness.He was retired owner of a Gloucester trucking company.
Born in Italy, he lived in Medford 40 years. He was a member of Truck Drivers Union, Local 25; the William Paca Club of Somerville, and Ausonia Council 1513, Knights Of Columbus.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Alice ( Addison) Graziano; six sons, James Jr. of Holbrook, William of Belmont, Charles of Oregon, Joseph of Revere, Albert of East Boston and Leonard Graziano of Medford; a brother Frank Graziano of Brighton, a sister, Mrs. Lana Vitello of Roslindale; and 14 grandchildren.
Dolly "Addison " Storter
Fort Myers News-press 7/13/2006
Dolly Charity Storter Ft. Myers, FL Dolly Charity Storter, 92, of Ft. Myers, FL, died July 12, 2006. Dolly was born December 25, 1913 on Marco Island, FL, daughter of the late Albert and Charity Newell Addison. She was a charter member of the Naples Church of God and she was active in the church and ladies ministries. Dolly had a love for gardening and her dogs. She was well loved and will be missed by all. Dolly is survived by her loving family, her husband of 77 years, Herbert, who adored her; her children, Marian McRae and husband, George and Voncile Tomlinson, all of Ft. Myers; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her nine siblings. The family will receive friends on Monday, July 17th from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Naples Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery, 525 111th Avenue North with a service at 11:00 a.m. and burial to follow. Arrangements by Naples Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery.
Fort Myers News Press 7/27/2006
Storter, Herbert M.
STORTER, HERBERT M., 96, of Fort Myers, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Naples Funeral Home and Cemetery.
Fort Myers News Press- 7/28/2006
Storter, Herbert Morrison
Herbert Morrison Storter born to Robert Bembury and Nancy Elizabeth Storter in Fort Myers, FL on July 27, 1909, predeceased by his wife of 77 years, Dolly, on July 12, 2006.
He is survived by two daughters, Marian McRae (George) and Voncile Tomlinson, (Charles, deceased); 6 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, 3 great-great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was the last of the Pioneer Storter family. He was known by most as "Hub". Hub was a career fisherman. He was a very ambitious and adventurous person; developing the first cement block company in Naples and owner of the first licensed taxi company there. He was a Captain in the United States Coast Guard in World War II with a large fleet of ships stationed at Everglades City, FL. Capt. Hub ventured into many other fields during his career, and he took it to a higher level. He has owned 22 shrimp boats which patrolled the Atlantic off North Carolina, and both sides of the Gulf of Mexico, Tampeco, Bay of Campechee, and Dry Tortugas. He was well known in all the shrimp ports along the Gulf from Texas to Florida. Hub and Dolly were among the Charter Members of the Church of God in Naples. His church was the second most important aspect of his life; his family came first. He will be greatly missed.
There will be a visitation held at Naples Memorial Funeral Home, 525 111th Ave. N., Naples, Florida, on Friday July 28, 2006 from 11 AM to 12 PM. A funeral service will be conducted at 12 PM following the visitation period. Burial will be at Naples Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Naples Memorial Funeral Home.
Fort Myers News Press
Wednesday Morning, October 13, 1943
MRS. ADDISON DIES
Mrs. Josephine Addison, 75, died at the Lee Memorial hospital early yesterday morning after a long illness. She leaves four daughters; Mrs. Iras Fox, Mrs. Lee Walker, Mrs. Pearl Helveston and Mrs. Alive Daniels; a son, LeRoy F. Parks, one brother, T. Jenkins, and a sister, Mrs. Virginia Knowles. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Lawrence A. Powell chapel on First street, with the Rev. J. J. Musslewhite, officiating. Interment will be in the Fort Myers Cemetery.
Donnie Lee Strickland, son of Ruby Lee Addison & 2nd husband Norwood Donnie Strickland,
Strickland, Donnie Lee
STRICKLAND, DONNIE LEE, 54, of Moore Haven, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Affordable Cremations, A Dignified Alternative.
Published in The News-Press on 5/25/2007.
Naples Daily News - Feb.11,2009
Judy L. Howard, 43, of Naples, FL, passed away on February 9, 2009. She was born in Fort Myers, FL, the daughter of the late Ira Francis and Emlie Howard. Judy worked for the Collier County Public School system for six years as a teacher's assistant.
She is survived by her children, Amber Emlie Howard and Steven Lucyo Howard; two aunts, Lois Crews and Lettie Norvell; and many cousins and friends. She will be dearly missed by those who knew and loved her.
Relatives and friends may call Saturday, February 14th from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at Fuller Funeral Home, 4735 Tamiami Trail East, where services will be begin at 11:00 a.m. Burial will follow in Marco Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the family would be greatly appreciated.
My Added Note_ The obit should read step-daughter Mary. -- Norwood Donnie Strickland was the 2nd husband of Ruby Lee (Addison), daughter of George and Lessie Addison of Naples.
FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS, Sat., Sept. 1, 1956
Naples, Aug. 31--Norwood (Donnie) Strickland Jr., 38-year-old member of the local police force, died suddenly this fternoon of natural causes in North Naples. He had been a policeman for three years after coming here from Bonita Springs. The native of Bainbridge, Ga., attended Fort Myers High School and was a star halfback on football teams there in the late 1930's. He had played some softball in Naples and was considered an excellent player.
Strickland was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the local lodge of the Loyal Order of Moose and the Florida Peace Officers Assn.
Surviving are his wife, Ruby, daughter, Mary Katherine and son Donnie, all of Naples; mother, Mrs. Barbara Strickland of Bonita Springs; two brothers, Vance of Bonita Springs and Roscoe of Ft. Myers; three sisters, Mrs. N. K.Andrews of Tallahassee, Mrs. Henry J. Kinard of Greenwood,S. C., and Mrs. Frank Liles of Bonita Springs.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Richard A. Pittman Funeral Home of Naples.
Sunday, Sept 2, 1956 -- Funeral services for Donnie Strickland Jr., Naples, policeman who died Friday of a heart attack, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Pittman Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. B C. Collins, pastor of Bonita Springs Baptist Church, officiating.
Burial will follow in Crestlawn memorial Gardens Cemetery in Naples with Pittmans in Charge. Active pallbearers will be Herbert Henning, George Galloway, W. L. McSwain, Nick Kelly, Bob Alexander and Pershing Hogue. The Naples police force will be honorary pallbearers.
Cale Howard Jones JR. (aka Howard Cale Jones) - Naples Daily News -- (My added note: Cale Jr. was the 1st husband of Ruby Lee Addison, daughter of George and Lessie Addison of Naples). Cale is buried next to 3rd wife Joy Tippitt in Pearl, Ms.
Cale Howard Jones Jr. Pearl, MS Cale Howard Jones Jr., “Buster”, 77, died November 25, 2005 at his home in Pearl, MS. He was a native of Naples but had resided in Pearl for the past few years. He was a life- long member of the Masons. Mr. Jones is survived by his two daughters, (deliberatly left out- living and deliberatly left out-living), both of Polk City, FL; and two sons, (deliberatly left out-living) of Lakeland, FL and (deliberatly left out-living) of Polk City; five grand- children; and five great-grandchildren; three step-children, Quida Dawkins, Bonnie Whitty and Larry Smith of Pearl. He was preceded in death by his father, Cale H. Jones Sr. in 1966; his mother, Alice Jones Kimbrell in 1975; and a brother, Charles “Ed” Jones in 1988. Graveside services were held November 27th at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens in Pearl, MS. Baldwin-Lee Funeral Home in Pearl handled arrangements.
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