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Sally Fisher, 73, ex-social worker

Sally Friel Fisher, 73, of Macclenny died on May 30, 2012. Sally was born in Ashland, Kentucky to the late Clarence Fleming and Wilma Redwine Fleming on September 20, 1938. She was a resident of Baker County for the last 36 years after moving from Jacksonville. Sally retired from Northeast Florida State Hospital after 18 years of service as a social worker. She enjoyed watching Western movies, cooking shows and cooking.

Survivors include her loving husband of 50 years John W. Fisher Jr. of Macclenny and her son John W. (Tracey) Fisher III of Glen St. Mary.

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Barry Fouraker, 49, accident victim

Barry Woodrow Fouraker, 49, died July 11, 2012, the result of an auto accident. He was a resident of Bryceville and Tallahassee for many years, and was a wonderful father and loving husband, as well as an avid lover of all things outdoors. Barry was preceded in death by his father Lester Fouraker.

Survivors include wife Kelly; daughters Stephanie, Madison and Catie; mother Judy; brothers Arthur (Mary) and Rhett (Machelle); sisters Mia Abernathy (Paul) and Amanda Baines; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

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Mary Lee Hagen, 80, of Olustee dies

Mary Lee Hagen, 80, of Olustee died on Thursday, July 12 at the Health Center, Lake City, following a long illness. She was born in Sanderson and resided in Lake City before moving to Olustee 25 years ago. She was a homemaker and member of the Eastside Baptist Church in Lake City.

Mrs. Hagen enjoyed sewing, especially making dresses for grandchildren, and also made pillow blankets and stuffed animals. She enjoyed life and everything about her family and friends.

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Dave Kurtz, 82, dies on July 12th

David (Dave) F. Kurtz, 82, of Macclenny died peacefully at his home surrounded by family and friends on July 12, 2012. He was born on September 5, 1929 in Columbiana, OH to the late John and Cora Kurtz.

Mr. Kurtz retired from the US Navy after serving 20 years as a chief meteorologist. He enjoyed restoring antique cars, gardening, woodworking and making walnut furniture. He was past president of the Northeast Florida AACA Car Club and an active member of the United Methodist Men’s Group in Macclenny.

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