Linda Lee Rowland, 67, of Alexandria, Va. died Monday, September 15, 2014. “Nana” Rowland, daughter of Chester and Grace Ownbey, who was married to Rudy Rowland for 36 years, passed away at her home in Casselberry, Fl. She is survived by her sister, Betty J Treger, and her brother, Allan F Ownbey both of Virginia and her son Rudy Rowland and daughter Sarah Herrera. She is also survived by her cousin and caregiver, James Lee Rowland, three grandchildren, Belle, Miranda and Rudy III, all living in Casselberry. Linda was a deeply religious woman who loved God, her family, the beach and helping people. She will be greatly missed by many. We will be having a Homecoming Celebration for Linda, Mom, Nana on Monday September 22, 2014 at Central Baptist Church from 12-4. 3101 W State Road 46, Sanford, FL 32771.

Obituary for Marc Todd Johnson, December 10, 1963 to June 21, 2018

Marc Todd Johnson went to be with the Lord on June 21, 2018. Todd(as his family called him) was born December 10, 1963 in Ottawa, Kansas to Virginia Kay Johnson and Bennett B. Johnson. He attended schools in Shawnee Mission and Olathe, Kansas. Following graduation, he entered the United States Air Force. He received his Eagle Scout award from the Boys Scouts of America at the age of 15. Following his military service he worked for Coca Cola in Lenexa, Kansas as a mechanic on the production line and solved problems that had engineers stumped. At that time, he invented a device for forklifts that was patented and sold to an investor. In 2013, while recuperating from surgery to remove what was diagnosed as a benign tumor, Todd visited Central Florida and fell in love with the area.


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