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Sean Connell, 11, an accident victim

Sean Connell, 11,  an accident victim

Sean Douglas Connell, 11, of Macclenny died after a tragic accident on July 11, 2011. Sean was born in Jacksonville to James Connell and Angel Price Connell on May 1, 2000. He was a Baker County resident for two years after moving from Jacksonville and a member of First Assembly of God in Macclenny. Sean loved skateboarding, video games, talking, watching TV and fishing. He was predeceased by grandfather Robert “Bob” Price; great-grandfather Ed DeVevo; cousin Trudy Taylor Sarman.

Survivors include his parents of Macclenny; maternal grandparents John and Vivian Smith; paternal grandparents Bob and Donna Connell; great-grandmother Frances DeVevo; brother James Derrick Connell Jr.; sisters Christian Nichole Connell, Breanna Danielle Finton and Jaylee O’Neal; four aunts; three uncles.

The funeral service was held July 16 at 2:00 pm at his church with Pastor Joshua Potts officiating. Interment followed at Macedonia Cemetery in Macclenny. V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements.f

Prop up farmers market

Dear Editor:

What makes a successful farmers market? We need both vendors and customers!

From the vendors’ point of view, the day starts well before market opening; preparing goods for sale, figuring out the best pricing, deciding on the proper display and getting to the market by 7:30. A good sale day would include making contact with customers and potential buyers and selling a good part or all of the stock brought for sale.

From the customer’s point a view, looking forward to going to the market to buy unique, fair priced, fresh goods that are not available elsewhere.

In today’s economy, we must be committed to buying local, to support the residents of this area. Baker County and the surrounding area are full of crafts people, farmers and nurserymen who produce high quality goods for sale.

We as members of the Farmers Market board are committed to keeping this great market open and are asking you, the community, to make the commitment to the entrepreneurial spirit of the small business owner, by making the market a Saturday morning destination.

Vendors come and sell! Community come and buy!

Helene Guest
Farmers Market board member

Infant daughter Journey Gordon

Infant daughter Journey Gordon

Journey Faith Gordon of Bryceville, infant daughter of Jason Todd Gordon and Tanya Anne Moore, died April 12, 2011. She was preceded in death by grandmother Kim Moore.

Survivors other than her parents include sisters Jadyn Lynn Gordon and Jaleigh Grace Gordon; paternal grandparents Sheila and Mike Gordon; maternal grandparents Glen and Robin Moore; paternal great-grandmother Glenda Strickland; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

A graveside service was held April 15 at 3:00 pm at Dinsmore Cemetery in Jacksonville with Pastor Gordon Gunter officiating. Ferreira Funeral Services was in charge of arrangements.

Clarice Jarosz, 87, of Keystone

Clarice Jarosz, 87, of Keystone Heights died Monday, April 18, 2011 at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. She was born in Jacksonville on February 19, 1924 to Paul and Courtney (Williams) Howard and was a homemaker. She had been a resident of Keystone Heights since 1970 and a member of the Keystone Heights First Baptist Church.

Mrs. Jarosz was preceded in death by husband Paul Jarosz Sr.; son Paul Jarosz Jr.; brothers Paul Howard and Ray Padgett.

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