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Henry Linton Sr., 76, of Macclenny

Henry Owen Linton Sr., 76,  of Macclenny died on July 31, 2011 at his home. Mr. Linton was born in Live Oak and resided in Baker County for 23 years. He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Macclenny. He was the son of Shelly and Eula Jones Linton and a construction worker for over 50 years. Mr. Linton was preceded in death by son Henry Linton Jr.; brothers Dick Linton and Buddy Linton; sisters Merle English and Ginny Linton.

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Infant Leuluai dies August 7th

Tre Snow Leuluai, infant son of Kayli and Lorenzo Leuluai, was born July 27, 2011 and died August 7, 2011.

Survivors include parents Kayli and Lorenzo Leuluai of West Jordan, Utah; sisters Zoe and Ava; paternal grandparents Davy and Launoa Leuluai of West Jordan; maternal grandparents George and Jeannie Knabb of Macclenny. 

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Cecil Crews, 78, of Floral City

Cecil Layton Crews, 78, one time resident of Macclenny and recently of Floral City, FL, died at home on August 1, 2011, under the care of his family and hospice. A native of Jacksonville, he was born Oct 29, 1932, to the late Charles and Effie Mae (Kelly) Crews and moved to the Floral City area 25 years ago from Orlando. He was a retired area sales manager for the major appliance division of General Electric and an Army veteran.

Cecil will be remembered as a loving father, a good provider and hard worker. He could always cheer you up and was always there, both during the good times and bad times as well. He will always be missed.

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Shirley Dugger, 50, was an LPN

Shirley Ann Dugger, 50, of Macclenny died Wednesday, Aug. 3, at her residence following an extended illness. She was born in Jacksonville and lived in Macclenny all of her life. She was a licensed practical nurse and graduated from Florida Community College of Jacksonville.

She was employed as the department head of the Employee Health Department of St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Jacksonville for 16 years until ill health forced her retirement in 2006. She was also part-owner of N.E. Florida Power Equipment in Macclenny and a member of the Christian Fellowship Temple. She was preceded in death by her mother Mary Virginia Johns Smith.

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