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Obituaries November 11, 2010

Published on: November 11, 2010

WISER, Earl (Bud)


Earl (Bud) Wiser, 65, passed away at the Augusta VA Hospital in Georgia, October 8, 2010. He was originally from the Carson City/ Crystal area of MI where he was the owner of Wiser Construction and B&B Cafe. He lived several years in the Ruskin area where he worked for Prevatts Tree Farm & Landscaping as a mechanic and troubleshooter.
He is survived by his wife Roberta (Bobbie) and five sons: Stephen of MI, WIlliam of CO, James of WA State, Robert of NV, and Martin of GA; four grandchildren,  three sisters and brothers-in-law, also several nieces and nephews. He was a member of the USAF during the Vietnam War. Mrs. Wiser and sons can be reached at 1354 Davis Bridge Rd, Williston, SC 29853 or by phone (803) 266-3182.



Susan Rose Morehouse, 70, of Kings Point, Sun City Center, died at Lifepath Hospice on  October 28, 2010 after a 30 year battle with multiple sclerosis. She was spunky, feisty, intelligent, had a good sense of humor and was part of a close, loving family. Susan is survived by her husband, Robert, and two daughters, Sheila Nelson and Kelli Broussard and her pomeranian, Felix. She will be deeply missed and forever loved; a classy woman who made the world a better place.

HINSSEN, Shirley Mae

Shirley Mae Hinssen (Oliver) passed away peacefully October 30, 2010.
Born October 13, 1934 to Charles and Mary (Mills) Oliver in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Married Donald A. Hinssen, April 24, 1954, raised 1 son and three daughters in Geneva,NY, while getting her beautician’s  license. She and Don moved to Sun City Center, Florida in 1986 and she continued her career in hair styling as she and Don traveled the United States. Shirley loved spending time with her 4 children, 14 grandchildren and soon to be 12 great grandchildren.
Shirley fought a 6 yr. battle with COPD, a lung disease, with Don by her side everyday. During her last days she was well cared for by Life Path Hospice, surrounded by family and friends. She will be greatly missed by family, friends and numerous email buddies.
Shirley is survived by her husband of 56 yrs, Donald Hinssen , children, Linda Fischer(David), Donna Sharp, Mark Hinssen(Leone) and Pamela Hinssen, 14 grandchildren,12 great-grandchildren. Her Siblings, Wanda Burroughs (Bill), James Oliver(Ron Phillips), John Oliver (Diane)
In keeping with Shirley’s wishes there will not be calling hours.
In lieu of flowers  please remember Shirley with a donation to : Life Path Hospice, 12973 N. Telecom Prkwy Ste100, Temple Terrace,Florida 33637

GNOINSKA, Stanislawa Anna


Stanislawa Anna Gnoinska, 92, of Apollo Beach, passed away on Friday, November 5, 2010, at her residence. Born in Lvov, Poland on February 5, 1918, Mrs. Gnoinska was a homemaker and a member of St. Anne’s Church in Ruskin. She was a survivor of World War II and a recipient of Medal of Honor Righteous Among the Nations, given to her in Jerusalem at Yad Vashem in 1991 and in her honor a tree was planted in the Garden of the Righteous at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Survivors include her two daughters and a son-in-law, Teresa and Henry Danecki of Apollo Beach and Krystyna Adamska of Poland, three grandchildren, Marek Adamski, Marzena Danecki-Coughlin and Michael and Andrew and Cynthia Danecki. Mrs. Gnoinska is also survived by three great-grandchildren, Ethan and Gavin Danecki and Elizabeth Coughlin. Mom and Grandma, we will greatly miss you. A Memorial Mass will be said at St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Ruskin on Sunday, Nov. 14. 2010 at 3pm. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Life Path Hospice, Ruskin, Florida and St. Anne’s Catholic Church, Ruskin.

DOBBS, Deron A.

Deron, a very good man and loving husband of Sara Dobbs, died suddenly Sunday, October 17, 2010. Visitation will be Friday, November 12, 2010 from 11am-1pm at the National Crematory, SR 674, in Ruskin.

DeWILDE, John Alvord

Born in Maplewood, N.J., John spent his childhood in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. John graduated, Class of ‘54, from University of Maine, Orono where he met his wife of 56 years, Nancy Cameron DeWilde, and also established a life-long friendship with many from his Sigma Chi fraternity.
John served in the USN sailing on the USS Fiske 1954-56. He retired as Vice President Human Resources after a long career with GTE Sylvania. John showed artistic talents in oil and watercolor painting. He also used his creativity and woodworking skills in a multitude of construction and home improvement projects.
After retirement, John and Nancy traveled throughout North America for 13 years. Ten years ago they bought a waterfront home in Sun City Center, Fla. Along with his wife, he was active for seven years on the Sun City Center Emergency Squad as ambulance driver and first responder.
Strongly believing in the benefits of staying healthy, he practiced yoga and regularly attended the Fitness Center. He was president of the New England Club and a member and former treasurer of the Art Club.  He was also a member of the United Methodist Church of SCC. More recently he was volunteering as an elementary school class aide. John and Nancy enjoyed their summer home on Seven Tree Pond in Union Maine.
In addition to his wife Nancy, John is survived by daughter Catherine and husband Michael Lyons of Marblehead Massachusetts; daughter, Jennifer and husband Harold Caswell of Cape Elizabeth, Maine; son, Richard and wife, Brenda DeWilde of Wendell North Carolina; and his grandchildren, Stephanie Lyons, and Cameron and Cole Caswell.