Alexis Gael Munoz-Alvarez of Crescent City, Florida passed away October 24, 2014. Watts Funeral Home & Cremation Center of San Mateo, Florida is entrusted with Alexis's Simplicity Cremation Arrangements. Condolences and Memories may be shared with the family at wattsfuneralhomes.com.
James (Jimmie Lee) Cumberledge, Veteran walked through the
Valley with His Lord and Saviour, this October 10, 2014
to his mansion in the sky. He was born in Doddridge County,
West Virginia on March 9, 1932 to the late Leo D., and Belva Mae
(Nicholson) Cumberledge. He lived his childhood in Clarksburg,
W.Va., where he eventually met the love of his life for the
next 57 years, Joean Gillespie. In 1969, with their 3 children
they embarked on a new journey and life in Miami, Fl. where
he began a new life as a carpenter of our family. After years
of hard work and sacrifice, he retired to Pomona Park, Fl., in
1995 with his wife and youngest son. Soon after, in 1997, he
began his passion of owning and operating his own flea market
in Pomona Park, which he did until his passing.
He had a love for Life, people and making all who met him, smile.
He will be missed deeply, by all who knew him.
A talented artist, he loved to paint and build! “Dad”, the sky is now
your canvas and your teacher is the master. Besides his parents,
he is preceded in death by his wife, Violet Joean, brother,
Veral Nicholson and two baby brothers. Survivors are his
sons, Terry and Mark ( Genie) of Pomona Park, Fl., daughter,
Peggy (Joe) Lasco of Cape Coral., Fl.; three grandsons, Joey
Lasco of Ashville, N.C., Michael and T.J. Walton of Pomona
Park, Fl. Dad- you and mom held our hands for a while!
You both will hold our hearts Forever! Love you both,
your kids. Memories and condolences may be shared
with Jimmie Lee’s family on line at www.wattsfuneralhomes.com
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