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In loving memory of those who cared to make a difference . .


Wendell Bailey 10-4-1940-4-6-2018 He was born in the Florida Community of Ellisville. He was a full time farmer. He served on the board of the Columbia County Farm Bureau for over 50 years. Wendell was part of the committee to bring Youth Livestock Show & Sales to the Columbia County Fair. He is sur- vived by his wife of 59 years Eudine, two children: Wanda* (Randy) Jones, son Aubrey (Kelly) Bailey, 6 grandchil- dren and 10 great grandchildren. *Wanda is a former member of the FFF Board of Directors.


Bob Gast 1-22-1929-4-30-2018 Born in Palatka, FL he served in the Air Force during the Korean War. He was a member of the Deland Rotary Club for 42 years. He served on the board of the Volusia County Fair for many years and was a former member of the FFF Board of Directors. He is survived by his wife Janet, son Billy (Mel), several grand and great grand children


Raul Hoffman 3-30-1934-3-16-2018 Born in Pesaro, Italy he came here in 1946 and settled in Bradenton. He was a US Army veteran, member of OABA. Raul was a per- petual performer, bringing joy to crowds as a juggler and acrobat. He performed with sev- eral circuses including Ringling Bros. He was with the James E. Strates Shows for nearly 60 years. Survived by daughters: Becky, Jes- sica, Jennifer and 9 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


Robert Revels 8-21-1935-9-4-2017 A native of Putnam County he was born in the jail where his father was Sheriff. He worked on the family dairy farm in Flo- rahome. Bob served on the Putnam County Commission, several boards including Farm Credit and the Putnam County Fair Authority for 37 years. He won numerous awards from the Ag community. Survived by wife Susan, daughters: Connie, Kim, Tracy, Christy and several grand and great grandchildren.


Juanita Clemmons Temple 7-29-1934-1-8-2018 Born in Blounstown, Florida and lived in Callahan where she raised cattle and enjoyed her garden and cooking. She was active in the Northeast Florida Fair. She is survived by sons: Horace Temple Jr. and Eric (Erin) Temple and 6 grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband Horace Wayne Temple Sr.


Robert James Morgan 6-27-1945-5-5-2018 Born in Dayton, OH, Robert served in the US Army in the Vietnam War. He was an electrician and “Jack of all trades.” There wasn’t anything he couldn’t do. He was a lifetime member of the Osceola County Fair (KVLS). A scholarship has been es- tablished in his honor. He is survived by his wife Kristine, two brothers: Donald of Waynesville, OH and David of Portola, CA.


Inez KernWard 4-6-2018 Born in South Fork, PA she moved to Ft. Pierce in 1960. Prior to retirement she worked for St. Lucie County for 38 years. She volunteered at Lawnwood Hospital and was a trustee on the St. Lucie County Fair Board for over 35 years. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Carl, two sons, 2 daughters, 8 grand children and 4 great grandchil- dren.


Bruce Owen Wilson Sr. 5-18-1950-2-6-2018 Born in Boston, he attended St. Cloud High School. After serving in the Air Force he worked as a cable splicer then established Bruce Wilson Photography. He was passionate about the Kis- simmee Vally Livestock Shhow & Fair. He was the longest serving board mem- ber to date as well as serving as treas- urer for 30 years. Survived by wife of 60 years Catherine, wo sons, one daughter and 6 grandchildren.


Please help us honor and recognize our friends in the Fair industry who 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 and also be included in the next issue of the newsletter. Send to lisahinton@floridafairs.org


70 FAIRCRACKER-SUMMER 2018


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