Home > The Press > Obituaries (page 218)

Category Archives: Obituaries

Wilford Padgett, 60, was Army vet

Wilford Harold Padgett, 60, of Jacksonville died August 4, 2011. He was born in Jacksonville to the late Preston Padgett and Leona Harris Padgett on January 23, 1951. He was a life-long resident of Maxville and honorably served in the Army during the Vietnam War. He enjoyed fishing, tending to livestock, reading and watching westerns.

Mr. Padgett was predeceased by siblings Sammy Padgett, L.J. Padgett, Franklin Padgett, Buddy Padgett, Lewis Padgett, David Wayne Padgett, Betty Manning and Nancy Rosier.

Read More »

Dallas Ramer, 66, dies on August 11

Dallas Richard Ramer, 66, of Lake Butler died August 11, 2011 at Shands Hospital UF in Gainesville after an extended illness. Mr. Ramer was born in DeFuniak Springs and lived most of his life in Baker and Union counties. He was a retired truck driver and attended the First Baptist Church of Lake Butler. Mr Ramer was the son of the late Preston Dallas and Gladys Hollingsworth Ramer.

Survivors include daughter Charmin Mizell of Raiford; sons Kevin and Christopher Ramer, both of Raiford, Richie Ramer of Ft. Walton Beach, Dallas Ramer Jr. of Hosford and Christopher  Ramer of Lake City; 13 grandchildren.

Read More »

Philip Phillips, 61, dies July 8th

Philip Michael Phillips, 61, of Macclenny died July 8, 2011. He was born in Flushing, New York to the late Philip Minas Phillips and Virginia Frances Cochran Phillips on October 20, 1949. He had been a resident of Baker County since 1980 after moving from College Point, NY. Philip enjoyed swimming and boating.

Survivors include sisters Adelaide (Dale) Schock and Victoria Graver; two nieces, three nephews and four grand-nephews.

Read More »

Darrell Mobley, 54, computer tech

Darrell Dwayne Mobley, 54, of Macclenny died Tuesday, August 9, 2011 in Macclenny, where he resided all his life. He was a computer technician who developed web sites for businesses. He was preceded in death by father Curtis Eugene Mobley.

Read More »

Scroll To Top