Friday, June 23, 2023

Daniel Tso

Daniel Tso was born in Tianjin, China on September 28th, 1966. He was the oldest of two.

 childhood consisted of perpetually studying, as he valued knowledge.

At age six he moved to Hong Kong and graduated from the Hong Kong Academy of performing arts with a degree in directing.

He then graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Economics and soon returned to Hong Kong.

He was a career-driven individual who devoted his early life to working as he founded his company in 2003.

He married Candice Lee in 2004 and had two children, Adelaide and Charles.

He immigrated to New Jersey in 2013 and moved to Orlando in 2017.

Thursday, June 22, 2023

Mary Elizabeth Goldin


Mary Elizabeth Goldin returned home to Jesus on June 13, 2023.

Mary was born to William Augusta Cox and Clara Elizabeth "Davis" Cox on February 17, 1951 in Birmingham, Alabama.

An independent and vibrant personality from the beginning, Mary was a kind and affectionate person who was loved by all who knew her.

Mary retired after many years at Walt Disney World and the First Baptist Church of Orlando.

As a strong woman of faith, she was a member of the First Baptist Church of Clermont.

Mary joins her parents, brother (Jack Glover), and sister (Sharon Blow) in Heaven and survived by brother (William Cox), brother-in-law (Thomas Blow), and many cherished nephews and nieces.

A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church of Orlando in Henry Chapel on June 30 at 1:00pm. 

Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Rogelio (Roger) Correa


Rogelio (Roger) Correa

Born Aug 12, 1949-Died May 25, 2023

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Rogelio (Roger) Correa, on May 25, 2023, in his home in Orlando, FL.  He was a beloved husband, grandfather, and great grandfather who filled void in all of our lives in a time when it was needed most.

Roger was born on August 12, 1949, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  He grew up with his siblings and attended university at Colegio Technologico de la Comunidad del Municipio de San Juan Colegio in Puerto Rico where he obtained a degree in Electronics in Technology.  He went on to work for Xerox where he made lifelong friends.  Roger worked for Xerox for 45 years where he retired from in 2014.

Roger was a devoted husband to his wife, Miriam, for 29 years. From the day they met they were inseparable. They had four children, 13 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren, whom he adored. Roger was a kind and generous person. He’s love was unmeasurable and infectious. Through his life we learned how to love and overcome life’s challenges.

Roger was an avid camper and enjoyed spending time outdoors with his wife and friends.
He loved to travel and explore new places with his wife.  Roger had a great sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. He always helped with fixing his family’s electronic devices and cars.  He spent many days teaching his kids how to drive and fix our cars. He said he was not a mechanic, but the car made him act like one. He will be remembered for his infectious smile and kind heart. He lit up every room he walked into.

He is proceeded by his Parents, sister Rose, grandson Elijah Correa and grandson Josiah Correa.   

He is survived by children Rachel Rivera, Alberic Correa, Peter (Chris) Fontanez, three children-in-laws David Rivera, Anita Correa, Pamela Fontanez, grand children Yosmanni (Anthony) Reeves, Samantha Diaz & Daniel, Destiny Diaz & Eric, Jasmine Rivera, Anaiza Correa & Joseph, Sarai Correa, Israel Fontanez, Isabel Fontanez, Deante Lindo, Yazirah Jones, Xavier Jones, and great grandchildren Sofia Ramirez, Mateo Ramirez, Valentina Ramirez, Mia Melendez.

Sunday, June 4, 2023

Gaston "Crazy" Davis


Gaston Davis was born to the last Florence Davis and Nathaniel Huggins in Nevis on December 26th, 1959. He departed this earthly life on April 26th, 2023. He is survived by his 2 children Carla and Gaston Davis, his 8 beautiful grandchildren, and brothers: Robert (Dude) David, Emile (Smith) A. Smith, Carlisle (Bassie) Davis, and Winston (Merchie) Davis. Many loving Nieces and nephews and his countless friends.

              Gaston grew up in Cotton Ground where his love for fishing sparked his passion for travel. This leads him across many oceans from St. Kitts to Anguilla and St. Thomas where he then loved for over 20 plus years working in Industrial and residential construction. Gaston lived out his last years in Orlando with his children and grandchildren here he traveled to 15 countries and cruised on the Caribbean and Pacific oceans. He also got to attend 2 live WWE events which we all knew he loved, him some wrestling.

              He enjoyed traveling, dancing, swimming, wrestling and we can’t forget his love for food. He would take on projects and be very helpful to anyone who asked for his help. A lover of Soca & Calypso. It was always a movie watching him dance.

              Gaston lived his life to the fullest. A great Dad, that would do anything for his family & loved ones. He made everyone that knew him laugh, cry, and clap at all the stories he shared. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him.