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REMEMBERING THOSE WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY R. Shawn Fitzpatrick


Feb. 13, 1981-Oct. 22, 2012 Citrus County Fair Board Member


Shawn Fitzpatrick followed in his late father “Spike’s” footsteps, serv- ing on the board as well as “volunteer” attorney. Shawn battled a rare intestinal illness for over a year but still managed to come to the Fair. He was a native of Citrus County and was active in the community. He and his sister Megan had continued the law practice founded by his late grandfather Charles and his father Richard “Spike” Fitzpatrick. He is survived by his mother Nancy, grandmother Dorothy, brother Brian, sis- ters: Megan, Molly, and Katherine. https: / /www. legacy.com/guestbooks/chronicleonline/sponsor - guestbook.aspx?n=richard-fitzpatrick&pid=160640025


John Abbington Picano, Jr. May 5, 1952-November 22, 2012


Although he had spent the last few months under- going treatment for lung cancer, John Picano did not let this get in the way of his work with the South Florida Fair and the Palm Beach community. The day before Thanksgiving, Picano, public relations and guest services manager for the South Florida


Fair was in the office lining up his media contacts for the upcoming Fair. He was the go-to person for all media related matters at the South Florida Fair for the past 17 years. John was born in Erie, PA and grew up in Ft. Pierce. He enjoyed golf and coaching his son’s Little League baseball team. Survivors include his wife Kathy, sons, John Picano III, and Jeffrey, daughter Katy and his one granddaughter Madison June Picano. http://www.palmswestfuneralhome.com/obituaries/John-Picano/


Michael V. Williams Dec. 6, 1963-Dec. 6, 2012


Husband of Citrus County Fair Board Member Mary King Williams. Michael was born in Tennessee but lived most of his life in Inverness. He developed epilepsy as a teenager and struggled through the years dealing with his disability. Michael shared his struggles through art and literary endeavors. He had


a book published in 2004 and had many pieces of his art published throughout the years. Besides Mary he is survived by his mother Joyce, brother Chris, sister Wendy. https: / /www. legacy.com/guestbooks/chronicleonline/sponsor - guestbook.aspx?n=michael-williams&pid=161635963


William Lloyd Huggins 1928-2013


Melody McIntyre’s father passed away on January


23rd in Gainesville after a long illness. He was born in Hague, FL, he served in the US Navy during WWII. Prior to retirement he was a loyal and devoted associ- ate with Milam Funeral Home. In addition to Melody (Artie) he is survived by his wife of 61 years Katherine “Kitty”, son Mickey, (Linda) 4 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/gainesville/guestbook.aspx? n=william-huggins&pid=162630186&cid=gbsrchres


Resolutions Committee


Please help us honor and recognize our friends in the Fair industry that pass away during the year by sending their names and Fair affiliation to the Federation for inclusion in the Resolutions passed at each year’s Convention.


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