Thursday, October 21, 2021

Robert Allen Dean

Robert Allen Dean, 59, peacefully passed away on October 13, 2021 in Orlando Florida.  Bobby Dean was born to Robert J. Dean and Carol Ann Dean in Montgomery, Alabama on August 15, 1962 at St. Margaret’s Hospital.

He resided in Millbrook Alabama, graduating from Stanhope Elmore High School and in his later years moved to Orlando Florida. 

Bobby worked as a shop fabricator and installer at Rose Fence Company since 1995 until his passing in October 2021.

He loved his job and all the people he worked with. His boss, whom became family to Bobby over the years, speaks highly of him as the most Loyal & Trustworthy

person to work with his company. 

He was very talented, meticulous, and generous of himself and his time. it showed in everything he did. We were always amazed at the things he created

and always proud of the caring person that he was. He never met a stranger & was willing to help them in any way.

He especially enjoyed spending time with his family, hanging out, fishing or just being together doing nothing. 

On the Top of his list of favorite things was definitely jamming on his drums, He would play for hours solo or with his friends…

Our most common phrase with him was “Bobby Dean Rocks!” And now he is rocking with the angels... 

Bobby Dean was predeceased by his parents, Robert Jackson Dean & Carol Ann Dean, and his brother, Kevin Michael Dean.  He is survived by his daughters Summer & Lauren; and  granddaughter, Isabella; sisters, Teresa (husband, Dennis Hasey) and Tracy (husband, Victor Aguayo); and many nieces, nephews and cousins.  

Robert will truly be missed by all his family and friends. 

Till we see you again,  Rest In Peace ❤

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Mildred Lenora Hawthorne

Mickey as she was known by all was born Oct. 2, 1920. She was One of 9 children. Mickey had two children, 5 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.  She was here with us for 101 years, not many people get to stay that long. What a life she lived and the things she saw. She graduated from Oviedo High and was salutatorian of her graduating class. After graduation she attend a business school in Tampa. While in Tampa she meets Carl Sokolitsky was married and had two children Gary and Carla. Her husband Carl was in the Air Force and was sent overseas. Mickey and children followed, Mickey told me stories of her and her sister’s trip from Orlando to California for their trip overseas to join her husband. The family spent time in the south pacific mainly Japan. After Carl retired from the Air Force and they moved back to Orlando Mickey lost her husband Carl a short time later, and she had to provide for her two children which of course she did. A few years later she meets James Hawthorne.  Mickey met James when she was working at the Orlando Vital Statistics office in Orlando. It got to be a joke with the other ladies that worked in the Vital Statistics. When James would come in for a death certificate, they would let Mickey know her Bow was here. A relationship blossomed and they were married. Once married Mickey helped James at Hawthorne Funeral Home. Mickey and James had a great life together until his passing. As always after his death Mickey carried on.

When I told my wife Carla, I would do the Eulogy for Mickey I thought back to the first time I meet her. From my every first time she struck me as a kind caring person. After have the pleasure of knowing her for almost 50 years that feeling and thought never changed. I never missed the chanced to set and talk with her. The conversation was always interesting. If you did not want a question honestly answered you should not have asked. Mickey never missed a chance to get the while family together. Every holiday was at her house there was always plenty of good food and good times with the family. I think her favorite was her annual Christmas party. Right after Thanksgiving lunched was cleared away up went the Christmas tree. That was the start of her getting things ready for her Christmas Party. Family and friends were all invited. It was a whole day of people coming in and out. Some people would be being their favorite dish for all to enjoy. Mickey just loved having everyone getting together and talking about what was going on or reminiscing about old times. It was always a good time for all, but no one enjoyed it more than Mickey.

On Mickey’s 100th birthday she was honored by the City of Oviedo. Oct. 2 2020 was proclaimed Mildred Hawthorne Day. That was due to the efforts of Katie her granddaughter and Katie’s personal connection with the Mayor of Oviedo. Katie put out the word to family friends and on social media all her 100-year-old grand-mother wanted was a birthday cards and she received a bunch.

I asked several people what word or words they would use to describe Mickey. I asked Kathy how would describe Mickey. Her word was welcoming. She automatically felt like part of the family. The other when I ask Jen what word she would use without much though her word was welcoming.  I heard thankful, honest, always wanting to help instead of being helped, caring & aperitive I heard the word love a lot as well. In all the time that I had the honor to know her I never heard anyone have a ill word to say.  We all know in our hearts that she is in a better place today in the presents of God surrounded by love and family.

A graveside service will be held at Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 11:00 am with Hospice Chaplain, Rev. Leslie McReady officiating.

Friday, October 8, 2021

Rodney Bridgemohan

Rodney Bridgemohan was, 38, passed away at home on October 3rd, 2021, in Orlando, FL.

He was born in San Fernando, Trinidad and grew up in Brother’s Road, Tabaquite, Trinidad.  At the age of 4, he migrated to New York City. He attended John Adams High School. There, he made many friends and created lasting impressions on everyone. 


He moved to Florida when he was 19 in 2002. He began working at Walgreens, started as a cashier and transferred to the Photo Lab. With his love for photography, he stayed working in the photo lab, where he gained experience with photos. As the years passed, his passion for photography grew bigger and bigger. He became a photographer and enjoyed taking pictures of nature and portraits.  


He was married to Vidyia Ragoonanan on January 26th, 2007 in Orlando FL. Five years later, he was the proud father to a beautiful boy Roshan Arjun Bridgemohan. The day his son was born, he promised to love, protect and provide for his family, no matter what, and he did just that. He lived and breathed for his son, Roshan. He was a great husband to Vidyia and the perfect father to Roshan. 


As the years passed, he moved from photography to sales. He started working at Honda in 2007 as a parts specialist. He enjoyed his work there and took pride in everything he did. He created bonds with his coworkers, some became family to him. This job became an enjoyment for him because he gained knowledge about car parts. In 2021, he moved direction to Ford, hoping to gain experience for better things in life. 


He enjoyed going to Hindu temples and taking his son to music class. He extended his time and effort to anyone who needed help. He loved watching Roshan learn how to play the dholak and tabla. He invested a lot of time practicing with his son to be better at drumming. He was very respectful, caring and loving. He loved listening to religious songs and soca music. He enjoyed photography, taking long drives, going to the park, and watching Marvel movies. He loved family time and gatherings with extended family for holidays. He loved museums, playing video games, going to different restaurants but above all, he had a massive love for electronics. He was so diverse in knowing so much about different types of electronics and at times, people would turn to him for electronic help because he was very knowledgeable. He was a noble and humble man, who was loved by many. 


Survivors include ex-wife: Vidyia Ragoonanan, son: Roshan Arjun Bridgemohan, Mother: Savitri Bridgemohan. Brothers: Darren & Ravi Ramkissoon. 


Viewing of the body will be held on October 11th, 2021 from 6pm to 9pm

Funeral service on October 12th, 2021 from 7am to 9am. 


Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Linda June (Ellison) Lockman

 

Linda June (Ellison) Lockman was born on July 24th 1953 in Miami, FL to Wanda June Ellison and Daniel Henry Ellison, she passed away on September 15 2021 at the age of 68. Linda is survived by her parents , daughters Iris Stucky, Pamela Jeffreys, and grandchildren Zachary Lockman(Emily Lockman) Jesse Stucky, Matthew Stucky, and Dean Jeffreys .Limda had a very full childhood and moved around alot due to her father's work as a truck driver. Linda graduated high school from Graham high in North Carolina and attended Lee University Tennessee. Linda worked at CVS as a pharmacy technician. Linda was a  devoted, daughter, mother, grandmother  and friend and she loved her animals Linda's greatest past times  was spending time with her grandchildren and going on cruises.

A memorial service will be held at Dobbs Funeral Home on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 10:00 am.


Monday, October 4, 2021

Krishnadeo Rambhajan

 

Krishnadeo Rambhajan, at the age of 75, passed away peacefully at home on September 28, 2021, in Orlando, FL.

Funeral services: October 6, 2021. 7:00am at Dobbs Funeral Home with Pandit Krishna officiating. 

Krishnadeo Rambhajan was born in Siparia, Trinidad and Tobago to Rambhajan Sadhu and Muniya Rambhajan on January 18th. He grew up with eight fun loving siblings. He married his beautiful wife, Tara Motilal on April 17th, 1970, and moved to St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. He lived in St. Croix for 25 years, then moved to Orlando, Florida. He worked construction for over 40 years before retiring, which after he decided to sell watermelon for over 10 years. He was the famous “Watermelon” man.

He was heavily involved in the Hindu temples and volunteering services. He loved throwing parties at the home and inviting everyone in the community.  He considered everyone family regardless of if they were related to him or not.  He loved attending weddings and especially enjoyed listening and dancing to tassa music.  He enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing cards and dominoes. He loved family time especially celebrating birthdays with cake. He loved trying different types of foods and introducing his kids to various cultural cuisines. 

He was a proud father of five beautiful ladies, Ann, Babita, Lisa, Kristendaye and Keshma. He was honored by how successful, independent, and hardworking each of his girls are.  He wanted the best for his girls and no matter how hard he had to work, he always made time for them. His favorite pastimes were spending the day at the beach and taking drives through the mountains to pick mangoes and plums. All his girls love to party, dance, and have a good time just like him. 

Survivors include his wife Tara Rambhajan and children with their spouse and grandchildren: Ann and Roger Surjan, Babita and Cedric Weeks, Lisa and Antonio Henley, Kristendaye and Jason Gomez, and Keshma and Scott Hardy, grandchildren: Kenny and Karishma Surjan, Aidan and Anissa Henley, Nathaniel Hardy and Asher Gomez, and great-grand daughter Alaia Surjan. Siblings include Deokie Ramsundar, Ramnarine Rambhajan, Sieunarine Rambhajan, and Ramgattie Rambhajan.


                                                 A Note of Thanks

Words cannot express how grateful our family is for your generous support, encouraging words, and thoughts and prayers. Thank you for thinking of us in our time of need.