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Earl Greene of Northbrook, IL

LTC (ret) Earl M. Greene (Sam), originally from Glen St. Mary died Sunday, November 20, 2011 at his home in Northbrook, Illinois surrounded by his family.  Sam was preceded in death by his first wife Kathryn, sister Glenna Greene Booth and parents, Aubrey and Ruth Leymaster Greene.

Sam was a Lambda Chi Alpha at Florida Southern College, a member of A. O. Fay Lodge No. 676, Highwood, Illinois; the Glenbrook Shrine Club; Lake Michigan Chapter No. 289, National Sojourners; Heroes of ’76; Scottish  Rite; Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts; Flagon and Trencher (Descendants of Colonial Tavern Keepers). He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army in 1983.

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Allen Harrell, 51, of Cincinnati, OH

Allen Edward Harrell, 51, of Cincinnati, Ohio died March  13, 2012. He was born in Jacksonville to the late Allen Henry Harrell and Marilyn Yonn, and raised in Baker County before moving to Ohio. Allen enjoyed painting, music and watching the Bengals. He was preceded in death by his dad Henry Yonn and son Jeremy Harrell.

Survivors include mother Marilyn Yonn of Macclenny; son Allen Yonn of Macclenny;  daughter Victoria Harrell of Highland Heights, Ky.; grandchildren Camron, Austin and Corey, all of Independence, Ohio, Abigail and Austin Yonn of Ocala; sisters Cheryl Harrell (Dennis) Sievwright of Durrand, WI and Bridgett Woodmansee of Macclenny; brothers James (Laura) Yonn of Lake Butler, Don (Linda) Yonn and Sherman Yonn, both of Maclenny, and Allen Henry (Meghan) Harrell III of Rochester, NY; many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

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Harold Lykins, 54, of Macclenny

Harold B. Lykins, 54, of Macclenny died March 14, 2012. Harold was born in Crestline, OH to the late Harold B. Lykins Sr. and Delores Avenelle Clay Lykins on June 18, 1957. Harold loved his children, fishing and hunting. He loved telling stories of his hunting adventures. He was predeceased by his brother William Lykins.

Survivors include children Angela Lykins and Joshua Lykins both of central Florida, Christie Barth and Sterling Barth, both of New Mexico; sister Brenda Grimes of Sanderson; numerous nieces and nephews.

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Cleveland Miller of Glen St. Mary

Cleveland Miller, 74, of Glen St. Mary died March 27, 2012. He was born to the late Kenneth Miller and Zella Mae Spivey Miller on June 23, 1937 and was a resident of Baker County since 1991 after moving from Jacksonville. Cleveland served honorably in the US Army. He retired in 1991 from Florida Rock where he was a truck driver. He enjoyed fishing, farming, standing around a burn barrel with friends and family, tending to his cows, He was an avid Gator fan and outdoorsman. He was predeceased by his wife of 39 years: Rosa Miller and his grandson: Garrett Harris. 

Survivors include his children Richard Gowdy of Baker County, Curtis (Windy) Miller of Glen St. Mary, Sherrie Cribb of Kentucky, Cleveland M. (Shannon) Miller of Glen St. Mary, April Conner of Maxville, Eric (Tina) Miller of Macclenny and Candi (Riley) Force of Glen St. Mary; brothers and sisters; grandchildren Kenneth (Wendi), Samantha, Justin Miller, Kayla Bell, Britney Motes, Thomas Geddings, Carrissa and Chelsea Miller, Richard and Rebecca Conner, Katina Todd, Taylor, Adam and Amber Miller, Melissa, Robert and Alyssa Baker and Brendon Force; great- grandchildren: Gabriella Harris, Kylee Miller, KatieAne Nipper, Cole and Alexis Thirston and Rainey Mote and his beloved dog Gracie.

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