Monday, January 14, 2019

Frank E. Warner


Frank E Warner, 74, suddenly passed away on 12/26/2018, in Orlando Florida after a severe head trauma. He was not in pain and passed peacefully at Cornerstone Hospice of Orlando. By his side were his wife Janice, son Michael, granddaughter Brittani, grandson-in-law Cody and nephew Robert.

Frank E. Warner was born 1/28/1944 to the his parents Ethel & Oscar Warner in Lynn MA. He was preceded in death by his parents, his brothers Charles & Carl Warner along with his sister Elmyra (Warner) LeBlanc.

Frank is survived by his wife Janice (Curtin) Warner, his son Michael and wife Denise (Andracki) Warner, granddaughter Brittani (Warner) Roberts and husband Cody. Several Nieces, Nephews and spouses including; Ed & Donna LeBlanc (MA), Kim & David Dow (NH), Ellie & Rick Lancaster (ME), Scott & Mary Leblanc (NH), George & Wendy LeBlanc (NH), Debbie (Warner) Owings (FL) and along with all of their children, grandchildren.

Frank was a supportive brother-in-law to Sal & Marilyn Indorato.  He was also a Proud Uncle to their children; Timothy, Tina and Robert ‘Marilyn (Curtin) Indorato - Deceased 12/13/2018’

Frank was raised in Lynn Mass. He was a proud graduate from Essex Aggie Class of 1961.  He was a baseball coach at West Lynn Little League, a Scout leader of Troop 34 and enjoyed DJing parties for family and friends. He retired from General Electric in 1987, later moving his family to Orlando Florida in February of 1988 during a blizzard. He had a great love of all music and enjoyed DJing as a hobby to what later became a great business in Florida with his son. Eventually he fully retired in December of 2014.


Saturday, January 12, 2019

JoAnn Allison


JoAnn Allison, 75, of Groveland, FL, passed away on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 in Orlando, FL.

JoAnn, or JoJo as her loved ones called her, was born in Gadsden, AL on October 12, 1943.  She married her Junior High School sweetheart BJ Allison, September 3, 1962 and they were blessed with three beautiful daughters - Camille, Yvonne and Jennifer.  Being an only child, she always desired to be a part of a large family.  God abundantly fulfilled this longing with twelve grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. They were the center of her life.   

JoAnn worked as secretary for Central Florida Christian Academy and First Baptist Central Florida for over 30 years.  She had a passion for serving and ministering. 

JoAnn is preceded in death by her father, JP Tolleson, mother, Ruby Tolleson, and husband BJ Allison. 

She is survived by her three daughters, Camille Allison Moore (Alan), Yvonne Allison Bywater (Rick), Jennifer Allison Dyal (Jeff), grandchildren, Ryan Moore (Rebecca), Rachael Johns (Eric), Andrew Clarke, Jordan Clarke, Leah Dinnan (Christopher), Benjamin Moore, Daniel Moore, Cameron Bywater, Cooper Bywater, Emma Dyal, Sydney Dyal, and Olivia Dyal, great grandchildren, Dawson Johns, Payton Johns, Addison Johns, Ava Moore, Landon Johns, Stirling Moore, mother-in-law Louise Allison, brother and sister in Law Arthur and Debbie Allison, and three nephews Chad Allison, Derrick Allison, and Jared Allison.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be given in memory of JoAnn Allison, to the Church at the Cross-building fund at 700 Good Homes Road, Ocoee, FL. or the Florida Baptist Children’s Home at 1015 Sikes Blvd, Lakeland, Florida 33815.

Service will be lived streamed for friends and family that cannot attend:  http://catcorlando.churchonline.org/

The family would personally like to invite you to stay following the service for food and fellowship.


Tuesday, January 8, 2019

James Kenneth Bradfield


 (1945-2019)


James Kenneth Bradfield (known affectionately as Kenny) died on Saturday, January 5th, sitting beside his loving wife.  He died from the heart disease which afflicted him for 36 years, but no longer. He honorably served in the US National Guard and was the first Bradfield to graduate from high school. Kenny worked as a printer and most recently as a truck driver, but he will be remembered by most as an avid outdoorsman, handyman, and hunter. In 1998, he converted to Catholicism and worked tirelessly- until his passing- with RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) to bring people to the faith. He is now reunited with his beloved mother, father, father & mother-in-law, sister, uncles, and friends.  

He is survived by his wife of nearly 40 years-Helen-, his daughter- Erin-, his sons-Kenny, Matthew & Daniel-, his daughters-in-law-Cara & Jackie-, & everyone whose life he brightened. He will be remembered by his friends and family as a loving husband, devoted father, caring friend,  and proud Southern Gentleman. While he lived in Florida, he always considered Virginia his homeland.

The family will be receiving friends from 6:00 until 8:00 pm  (wake service at 7:00 pm) on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at Dobbs Funeral Home. The funeral mass will beheld at 8:30 am on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at Holy Family Catholic Church, followed by interment at Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Heart Association found here: https://www.heart.org/