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Linda M. Bermes (Cook)

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Linda M. Bermes (Cook), age 72, passed away peacefully at Jackson Hospital on September 6, 2019.
Mrs. Bermes was born August 26, 1947 in Jacksonville, FL to Roy and Myrtle Davis Cook. Linda enjoyed genealogy, gardening, historical research, flower arranging, crocheting and sewing, classical music, and baseball. She loved sunflowers, people, cats, and the mountains. She graduated from East High School in Pueblo, CO in 1965, and attended the University of Colorado at Boulder. She worked in the engineering and medical coding fields for many years. Linda retired from Oracle Elevator as a dispatcher in 2013. She was a Notary public and mobile Notary Signing Agent for several years. Also, she was previously a member of the Republican Club of Northwest Florida, the James Dean fan club, and several historical and genealogical societies. Linda was a John Denver and St. Lois Cardinals fan and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Marianna.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy Cook and Myrtle Davis Cook; one sister, and “Callie”.
She leaves to cherish her memory of her loving husband, Gregory J. Bermes; several half brothers; numerous friends and acquaintances, and “Bobbie”.
Disposition will be by cremation with James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel in charge of arrangements. A private service will be held at a later date.
Expressions of sympathy may be made online at www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com

Annell Sizemore

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Mrs. Annell Sizemore passed away on Friday, August 30, 2019 in Fort Myers, Florida, after a full life of 100 years.
Annell was born September 24th 1918 in Harlan, Kentucky to Arthur and Ollie Forrester Rees. The oldest of her four siblings, she undoubtedly learned her love for people while helping care for her brothers, Arthur and Bill and sister, Jeanette. In adulthood, Annell lived in Fayette County, West Virginia where she was a secretary at the company store for the local coal mine. She often shared stories from this time of her life that unknowingly illustrated that she was able to balance a keen eye for detail with making everyone she encountered feel important. In the early 1960’s, she relocated to Fort Myers, Florida where she transferred her skills to the banking industry until retirement.
Annell lived a simple life where she put others first and always had time to offer a listening ear or a kind word. Whether she was Mom, Nana, Aunt Nell, Miss Anne, Annie, or Granny she carried that role with grace and unknowingly left pearls of wisdom that became part of those she met. She will be fondly remembered as a sweet petite lady with glistening highlights of silver, that was always well accessorized with a classy brooch or fashionable necklace. She was the epitome of class and her effortless charm afforded her the ability to speak to even the most grumpy person and brighten their day. She loved spending time with her family and also was an avid Nascar fan. In her hundred years, she undoubtedly saw much change in this world but never let it change her, as she lived in a spirit of gratitude.
She was preceded in death by her parents; siblings, Arthur, Bill, and Jeanette; husband, Kyle Sizemore; son, Bill Sprouse; and son in law, Steve Lindsay.
Survivors include her daughter, Kyla Sizemore Lindsey of North Fort Myers, FL. Additionally, she is survived by a daughter in law, Cookie Sprouse of Marianna, FL; two grandchildren, Steve (Tabitha) Sprouse of Sneads, FL and Meredith (Shannon) Dunaway of Bainbridge, GA. She will fondly be remembered as “Granny” to her seven great-grandchildren, Emily, Ella and Eva Sprouse, as well as Gabriel, Marleigh, Jake and Ivy Dunaway. Annell’s memory will continue in her nieces, nephews and large extended family.
A graveside service in honor of her life will be 3:00 P.M. C.S.T. Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 at Pinecrest Memorial Gardens in Marianna, Florida with James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel directing. The family sharing treasured memories and fondly remembering her impact on the lives of those she encountered.
The family will receive friends one hour prior to the graveside at James & Sikes Funeral Home Maddox Chapel.
Expressions of sympathy may be made online at www.jamesandsikesfuneralhomes.com

Joyce Rone Holliman

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Joyce Rone Holliman was born on July 1, 1927 and passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loving family on September 5, 2019. She was a nurse for forty years and was of the Catholic Faith. Joyce was a kind and gentle person who enjoyed spending time with friends and family, doing needlepoint and was an avid reader. Joyce’s children and many grandchildren were the pride and joy of her life. The legacy of her kind spirit and zest for life will live on through them. She will be deeply missed but never forgotten.
She is survived by two daughters, Robin R. Castillio and her husband Ricky and Sharon R. Tucker and her husband George; sons, William Bryant Rone and his wife Alex, Jerome Joseph Rone, and Christopher Claude Rone, fourteen grandchildren and many great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Joyce was preceded in death by her parents; Amos and Vernie Anderson, two husbands, Marvin Bryant Rone and John William Holliman, two sons; Jimmy Rone and Donald Rone, and one sister June Flores.
A Memorial Service is planned for November 9, 2019 in Homestead, Florida.

1st APPEARANCE – September 9, 2019

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• Danny Renshaw: intro of contraband into a state correctional facility – $10,000 bond
• Roberta Renshaw: intro of contraband into a state correctional facility – $10,000 bond
• Jeffrey Land: battery actually and intention (domestic) – $5,000 bond, no contact with victim
• Michael Thomas: driving while license suspended or revoked habitual offender – $5,000 cannot operate motor vehicle without valid driver’s license, bonded out 9/7/19
• Jennifer Fant: violation of conditional release – $277.48 cash bond; petit theft – $500 cash or surety, paid cash bond and returning to court 9/9/19 at 8:30
• Richard Hice: obstruct officer without violence – $2,500; operate motor vehicle without valid driver’s license – $2,500; total bond $5,000
• Eugene McKinnon: D.U.I. alcohol or drugs – $2,500; violate restrictions placed on driver’s license – $500; on bond – bond revoked no bond, may not consume alcohol
• Renardo Mathis Conyers: D.U.I. – $3,500, no consumption of alcohol
• Joshua Selman: out of county warrant (Washington County) – no bond
• Dennis Schmidt: failure to appear possession of marijuana less than 20, possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia – no bond
• Ricky Steverson: violation of state probation – 10 day hold for violation of state probation to be filed
• Marion Collins: aggravated battery with deadly weapon – $15,000, no contact with victim
• Myra Hayes: out of county warrant (Washington County) – no bond
• Kristina Jones: out of county warrant (Calhoun County) – no bond

JAIL Report – September 9, 2019

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• Danny Renshaw (44): into of contraband into a state correctional facility
• Roberta Renshaw (75): into of contraband into a state correctional facility
• Jeffrey Land (30): battery actually and intention (domestic)

JAIL Report – September 8, 2019

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• Kristina Jones (27): out of county warrant (Calhoun County)
• Myra Hayes (47): out of county warrant (Washington County)
• Renardo Mathis Conyers (38): D.U.I.

JAIL Report – September 7, 2019

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• Joshua Selman (39): out of county warrant (Washington County)
• Richard Hice (40): obstruct officer without violence, operate motor vehicle without valid driver’s license
• Dennis Schmidt (33): failure to appear possession of marijuana less than 20, possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia
• Eugne McKinnon (49): D.U.I. alcohol or drugs, violate restrictions placed on driver’s license
• Michael Thomas (48): driving while license suspended/revoked habitual offender
• Jennifer Fant (45): violation of conditional release, petit theft
• Ricky Steverson (49): violation of state probation
• Marion Collins (52): aggravated battery with deadly weapon

Arnett B. Peel

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Arnett B. Peel, 85, passed away August 27, 2019 in Mobile, ALA. He was born in Malvern, ALA to the late Sam Peel and Blanche Peel Jones on March 26, 1934.
Arnett graduated from Marianna High School in 1952, then attended the University of Florida where he was a member of the KA’s and graduated with a degree in music. He lived for many years in Dallas, Texas where he owned and operated Mother Dubbers, an audio and video reproducing business! After retirement he returned to Mobile and spent his time playing with friends in bands that would entertain residents of retirement and nursing homes! Music was his passion and Gift from God that he enjoyed sharing with others all of his life!
For 15 years Arnett volunteered his musical talents as a singer, bass player and drummer to entertain at various nursing homes in the Mobile area with a band called “Memories for You”.
Arnett was always happy to entertain people which he did his entire life. He was a singer with a real flair for making the lyrics come alive. As a drummer he was alert to nuance and added his insight and touch to every song. He was extremely observant and was always kind and witty and gentle in his humor. He was a true gentleman with a wonderful ability to love and let people know he appreciate them-always a thoughtful, gracious man. He is greatly missed.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Doris Beck Peel of Mobile, ALA.
Arnett is survived by his sister’s, June Peel Gray, Mary Ann Peel Thomas, Lori Peel Peterson, nieces Pam Gray Nobles, Cindy Gray, Brianna Peterson, nephews, Evan Thomas, Elliott Thomas, Garrett Thomas, Gavin Thomas (Anna) and Ben Peterson. Great nieces Savannah Thomas, Mikalyn Thomas and EmmoryKate Thomas. Devoted friends Butch and Marquette Dillion. Also two step daughter’s, Carol Jones and Robin Woolsey, and several nieces and nephews all from Mobile, ALA.
There will be a Celebration Of Life in Marianna, Fla at a later date.

1st APPEARANCE – September 6, 2019

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• James Mack: fugitive from justice Lowndes County, Georgia – waived extradition
• Kevin Smith: violation of state probation, arraigned at 1st appearance, public defendant appointed – no bond, bring back 09/10/2019
• Gabrelia Wilkes: violation of state probation, arraigned at 1st appearance, public defendant appointed – no bond
• Larry Southwell: failure to appear violation of probation (leaving the scene with injury/death) – no bond bring back 09/10/2019
• Ryan Massey: violation of state probation, arraigned at 1st appearance, public defendant appointed – no bond
• James Peters: violation of county probation – admitted violation of probation, probation revoked
• Thomas Carey: violation of pre-trial intervention, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams – 60 days, $370, county time served 2 days, recommend public works, withhold adjudication of guilt – plea
• Cassie Brunet: hold for Monroe County – $20,000 bond, if no bond posted within 15 days, bring back to 1st ppearance
• Isiah Fox: violation of state probation, battery domestic violence, arraigned at 1st appearance public defendant appointed – bond set at $2,500
• Timothy Myrick: possession of controlled substance with intent to sell – $10,000; fleeing attempting to elude – bond revoked; resist without violence – bond revoked; trafficking amphetamine – bond revoked

JAIL Report – September 6, 2019

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• James Mack (27): fugitive from justice Lowndes County, Georgia
• Kevin Smith (37): violation of state probation
• Gabrelia Wilkes (25): violation of state probation
• Larry Southwell (82): failure to appear violation of probation (leaving the scene with injury/death)
• Ryan Massey (28): violation of state probation
• James Peters (35): violation of county probation
• Thomas Carey (19): violation of pre-trial intervention, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams
• Cassie Brunet (35): hold for Monroe County