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Melissa Ann Proffitt
1/26/1987 - 12/8/2018
Melissa Ann Proffitt passed away at the age of 31, on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia from complications of asthma and pneumonia.

Born in Middletown Twp., the daughter of Joan M. (Walters) Proffitt and the late Robert B. Proffitt Jr., Melissa has been a life time resident of Lower Bucks County.

In her younger years, Melissa enjoyed working as an aide with special needs children.

She loved watching all kinds of movies, especially episodes of the Golden Girls. She also enjoyed the outdoors and camping.

Loving mother of Taya and Briella Proffitt, Melissa is the dear sister of Robert B. Proffitt III.

She will also be sadly missed by her former husband, Anthony M. Dwornitski Jr.; her companion, Vincent Maglio; mother-in-law, Sandra Dwornitski (Mike McDermott); father-in-law, Anthony Dwornitski Sr.; aunts, JoAnn Walters Matchett (William) and Silver Proffitt Murphy; uncle, Mike Walters (Marie); niece, Crystal Roberts (Earl); nephews, Brendyn and Vinnie Proffitt; and extended family members.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Sunday, December 16, 2018, from 10:30 am until 12:00 pm at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, where her funeral service will be held at 12:00 pm. Interment will be held privately.

$795 of $3,000 raised
26.500 % Complete
Levittown, PA
David W Piercy
3/14/1971 - 1/2/2019
Hi everyone. As you all may know, my father has recently passed away. He fought for over three months in the hospital, however his injuries were too much to overcome. Due to the financial situation, we are asking for donations towards the funeral expenses in lieu of flowers. We appreciate all of the support and outpouring of love during this difficult time.

$2,380 of $15,000 raised
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Manchester, NJ
Dean E. Riordan
10/10/1969 - 12/11/2018
Dean passed away on December 11, 2018. Unfortunately his family is not able to find any life insurance and they need some help giving him the service he deserves. Please consider helping. Any amount helps.

$615 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Maquoketa, IA
Silvio Jimenez
1/9/1973 - 1/6/2019
Silvio was loved by all who knew him. He was a painter who was commissioned to do many murals in the area. He was a devote christian who loved to share the word of God. Silvio was proud to be apart of the McComb Community and this account is to assist with his burial expenses. Any bit would help his family and his two girls which he leaves behind. Please feel free to donate directly here. All funds will go directly to the funeral home to offset the cost for his services or can be mailed to Hanneman Funeral Home, 201 Osborn Ave., Findlay, Ohio 45840. Service information will be published in the next few days.

$715 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Findlay, OH
Tavious Grant
6/26/1996 - 12/19/2018
Tavious Grant, 22, of Columbia, passed away on Wednesday, December 19, 2018. Arrangements are pending at HT May & Son Funeral Home in Columbia. Tavious's death was unexpected and because of that the family is asking for contributions towards his service. Any amount is a blessing to the family.

$805 of $3,000 raised
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Boonville, MO
Kelly Christian
9/23/1978 - 12/17/2018
Kelly Christian, 40, of Columbia, MO., passed away on Monday, December 17, 2018, at her home. Arrangements are pending.
The family is asking for contributions towards Mrs. Christian’s services. Any amount is a blessing.

$540 of $3,645 raised
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Boonville, MO
Jordan Keith Boles
11/9/1989 - 12/14/2018
Jordan Keith Boles, a resident of Foley, Alabama, passed away on Friday, December 14, 2018 at the age of 29.

Jordan is survived by his mother, Kimberly Paige (Mark Bentz); father, Jeff (Sherri) Boles; grandparents, Pat and Bill Frazier; sisters, Amberly (Matt) Freeman, Hannah Pleasant, Kassie Boles and Sydney Boles; his brothers,
Brandon (Shelby) Hinote, Devin Pleasant and Tristan Paige; three nephews and one niece, Nehemiah Pleasant, Lucian Craven, Legend and Violet Freeman; his fiancé’, Erin Hendley; and all his friends and family from Yinzers Brew & Grill; everyone in the Bay House business complex, all of who love him and will miss him very much.

Jordan will always be remembered for his sense of humor and contagious smile. We love you Jordan, AKA “Spooner Jones”, which was his nickname that has a funny story behind it and that everyone at Yinzers Brew & Grill called him.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, December 22, 2018 at First Baptist Church of Spanish Fort, 8353 Spanish Fort Blvd, Spanish Fort, Alabama, 36527. The family will receive family and friends at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fund the Funeral (Link to be updated). Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home & Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.

$3,050 of $5,500 raised
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Daphne, AL
William Davis
8/12/1962 - 1/8/2019
Were $646 short of making the set donation goal of $2,500 amount that we need to pay the remaining left on the funeral expenses that we couldn't get financed. Please share and if you can only give $5, 10 or more thats ok every little bit is going to get closer to our goal. But the time clock is running out. This is not a go fund me account. This is a fund the funeral and strictly for this and goes directly to the funeral home. We have nothing to do with the set amount or any part of the donation its all handle by the funeral director/owner. Help us make our goal before his funeral tomorrow at 10 am. So we need to closer to our goal otherwise I have to find that money tree to pay the rest at time of his funeral. I am already in debt with this funeral expenses from the funeral expenses. Plus his bills he left behind in his name.

Funeral will be held on
Wednesday January 16, 2019
Viewing @ 10 am - 12 pm
Service will be begin at noon (will be a tribute to my beloved husband and beloved dad life)
Where:
Oak Creek Community center
8580 So Howell Ave.
Oak Creek, WI 53154

Obiturary: Please click on the link and sign the guest book under the tribute page.
https://www.sunsetoptionsfuneralhome.com/notices/William-Davis?

I am the wife of William Davis for 32 yrs and been together all together almost 35 yrs it would been 35 yrs in July. :( We have to young adults with disabilities who I am there legal guardian even though they are William (Willy) age 24 IT college Student at Matc, and daughter Marie age 21, currently in high school and currently working as project search intern at the airport for her last year of high school. We were just talking about going to both our kids graduation in May 2019 plus 2nd one for our daughter will be in project search graduation in May 2019. Now its hard to know he won't be there in the physical sense. We were not ready for this event to happen. Nobody really is? We had no pre funerals arrangements we don't have life insurance either. Living on social security income really doesn't prepare for this expense. We had to take a loan out for big part of the funeral arrangements but fell short due only got approved for certain amount. Now have another bill to add to our monthly budget. Social security only gives you $255 lump sum. I have already called them and informed them of his death on the day he passed. He died at home which makes it harder on us. Our kids where here when this occurred and my son performed CPR for the first time in his life while I was on phone with 911. We still in shock he is gone! Never expected this coming we knew he was sick but he was refusing to go the dr or er. We begged him to go his answer was clearly NO! He was a stubborn man when it come to getting help when he needs. He had many health issues and he was suppose to have a lung bronchoscopy the day after xmas but he refused to do it. They been seeing lung nodules on the ct scans for awhile now. Why he needed to have this done and get a biopsy as well. Now they are still trying to figure out his cause of death. Now my beloved husband Bill is with his best friend Max (one in the photo) together again.
Thanks for any help you can give us. We appreciate your help.
We only have until the date of the funeral Wed Jan 16, 2019 to raise the remaining set donation goal.

Remember to share the link https://fundthefuneral.com/william-davis? by clicking on the photo and then it will take them directly then click on donation, also hit on Facebook share button.

Thanks for sharing and if you can't donate that is ok too but every little bit helps, $10, 20, etc just have to get this goal met before tomorrow at 10 am. Please help us get the rest of the balance so we can give our husband/dad a nice funeral tomorrow.
Davis family ;)

$2,099 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Oak Creek, WI
John Savin La Fleur Jr.
6/17/1952 - 12/2/2018
John Savin La Fleur, Jr., 66, of Columbia, slept into the arms of Jesus on Sunday, December 2, 2018, at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia. John Savin La Fleur, Jr. was born on June 17, 1952, in Alexandria, LA to the late John Savin La Fleur, Sr. and Juanita La Fleur. He was the second eldest of 11 children, raised in Detroit, MI, where he attended St. Andrew’s & Benedict School, as well as, schools in the Detroit Public School system. Later, John went on to pursue a career in Auto Mechanical Repair, obtaining his certification, becoming talented in multiple areas of expertise. Eventually, John moved from Detroit, MI to Columbia, MO in the mid 1980’s, making it his permanent home. John’s tremendous love, passion, and thrill of race cars was undeniable to anyone that was blessed to know him. Throughout his career, he demonstrated his creativity and built many notable cars from scratch. However, we all know that two of them, “Goofy” and “Christine” were especially dear to him, being his all time favorites. John had an amazing, charismatic personality with an infectious laugh which touched everyone he met. John’s humor and generosity allowed him to make fast friends with anyone and to develop friendships that endured through time. John spent the majority of his life self- employed, and as a proud owner of multiple auto repair shops in Columbia throughout the years. John’s auto shops were more than a business to him and to countless others; they were a safe place to relax, enjoy his hilarious jokes, to partake in amazing BBQ and endless conversation. Truly, John touched the lives of all that were fortunate enough to know and to love him. John leaves his devoted wife, Marsha Hayes- La Fleur to celebrate and cherish his memories. John’s remarkable compassion and kind heart enabled him to share an unconditional fatherly love by birth or marriage with 7 children: Janel La Fleur of Detroit, MI, Kwame (Felecia) Baines of St. Louis, MO, Reginald (Cherish) Hayes, Damone Hayes both of Columbia, MO, Rahdika (Tristan) Swann of Stafford, VA, Ladonna Redden of San Antonio, TX, Daruis Hayes and his precious baby girl, J’na Hayes both of Columbia, Mo. Lovingly, he was the proud grandfather of 19 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. John also leaves to celebrate and cherish his memories, 6 sisters, Patricia Frierson of Las Vegas, NV, Mary Metcalf, Juanita Jackson, Deitra (Samuel) Crawford, all of Detroit, MI, Margaret (Richard) Small of Tucson, AZ, and Yolonda Chatman of Detroit, MI, and 1 brother, Ronald La Fleur of Washington D.C. He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, and many beloved friends to celebrate and cherish his memories. John joins his parents John and Juanita La Fleur, 2 sisters, Deborah Williams and Linda Harper, 2 brothers, Anthony and Paul La Fleur, and his oldest daughter Masean Gresham who preceded him in death into eternal life.

$40 of $1,600 raised
2.500 % Complete
Boonville, MO