Anna May Kalin was an amazing, loving, and caring woman. She was currently an Infant Teacher at Sunshine Academy in Flagler Beach. She loved all of her babies, their families, and her co workers.
Vivian Jones, 92 died at home in Palm Coast FL in the company of loved ones on December 17, 2019. She was born February 15, 1927 in Sellers, South Carolina, the daughter of Rufus Leslie Liles and Mary Lexie Burr. Vivian graduated from Winyah High in Georgetown South Carolina and then worked as a secretary […]
Anthony Leo Frassrand resident of Los Angeles, CA died at age 53 in LA on November 22nd, 2019. Tony is survived by his beloved wife Alba, his loving parents Margaret and Thomas “Hal” Frassrand, his siblings Thomas, Miechell, Tiffany, Brett, Tera; his nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. Tony was born in Detroit […]
Dr. Martin Kubiet, beloved husband, father, son, and brother, and known to friends as “Marty,” passed away on October 31, 2019, at the age of 56. An obituary.
Sid Nowell (1950-2019) broke barriers for local black attorneys, served as a Bunnell city attorney for eight years, as the NAACP’s attorney and former Sheriff Manfre’s attorney, coaching, serving on boards and presiding over the Flagler County Bar Association along the way.
Palm Coast’s mayor, school administrators and coaches spoke to hundreds of students and others gathered Sunday in Central Park in memory of Curtis Gray, the Flagler Palm Coast High students shot dead on April 13.
Cecil C. Sowell, 87, of Flagler Beach, died February 17, 2019 at the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House. A veteran of Korea and Vietnam, he was a builder, a deacon and a family man.
Lieselotte Martha Beilke died at Palm Coast’s Windsor. She was married to Max Beilke in 1959 until Max’s death on September 11, 2001 in the terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
Paying tribute to Lisa McDevitt, the Flagler Auditorium’s long-time executive director, were some 300 people Saturday, including family, friends, and performers she’d shepherded through the stage over the years.
Lisa McDevitt, the executive director of the Flagler Auditorium for the last 16 years and a fierce advocate for the arts in education, died Monday after a months-long struggle with cancer.