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Mrs. Catherine P. Woulard, "Cassey" 84, of DeLand, FL., transitioned into eternity during the early
morning hours on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at the Hospice Care Center Orange City, FL.
The Home Going Celebration will be 11am Saturday, October 19, 2019 in the Memorial Chapel of ADJ
Unity Funeral Home. Visitation Hours are 6-7pm Friday October 18, 2019 and 10am until the time of
service on Saturday at ADJ Unity.
Catherine Pierson Woulard was born to Burdell Pierson and Florence McCall on October 5, 1935 in
DeLand, FL. She was graduate of Euclid High School. She was employed by Carols Care Center as a
cook, later making the transition to Brunswick Corp where she worked for nearly 35 years. After retirement
she moved forward to Woodward Avenue Elementary during the school year and Twinkle Star Montessori
School in the summer as her passions were cooking and helping in the education and rearing of young
children. She was predeceased by her husband, William "Dub" Thomas and a brother, Lewis McCall. She
leaves loving memories with her son, Withey William Woulard, Sr.; sisters, Peggy Wilson and Florence Allen;
grandsons, Withey, Jr. (Bridget Denton), Damian (Dierria), Renard (Aneser) and Tyrell Woulard (Keyonda);
13 great grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren; and 4 god children; and a host of other loving relatives
Mr. Louis "RED" Howell, Jr. 79, a resident of Palatka, FL. a retired Truck Driver with the City of Palatka,
transitioned into eternity at 8:30pm Friday, October 11, 2019 at his residence.
The Celebration of LIfe will be 3pm Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Bethel AME Church 719 Reid St. Palatka, FL.
32177. Rev. James McGriff, Pastor, will deliver Words of Comfort. Interment will follow the service at Oak Hill West
Cemetery. The Visitation Hours are 5-7pm Friday, October 18, 2019 at Bethel AME Church.
Louis "Red" Howell, Jr. a native of Fort Valley, Ga., the son of Louis Howell and Isabella (Moore) Howell, Sr. was born
on February 3, 1940. Red was educated in the Peach County School System. On July 9, 1962 he married Dorthy
Thomas in Miami, FL. Red was employed with the City of Palatka Sanitation Department as a skilled truck driver for
more than 15 years until his retirement in 2002. Red loved to repair cars, boats, lawn mowers and to take care of his
dogs. He was an avid wildlife hunter and fisherman, but fishing was his passion. Red enjoyed family gatherings and
looked forward to traveling to Fort Valley, Ga. every July for his vacation. He had a friendly disposition and would help
anyone and got along with anybody. He never met a stranger,.
He leaves to cherish his memories a very loving and devoted wife of 57 years, Dorthy T. Howell, Palatka, FL; sons,
Gregory Luckey, Okeechobee, FL., and Louis Howell III, Palatka, FL.; grand dogs, Hope, Chico, Prince and Milo;
sisters, Cora Scott, Ft. Valley, Ga., Rosella Scott, Byron, Ga., Eloise (Demetrious) Woods, Byron, Ga., and Louise
(Larry) Sherman, Byron, Ga.; numerous relatives and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.
Joseph Bartholomew Boothe, 79, a native of Jamaica and resident of Deltona, FL., transitioned on
Thursday, October 17, 2019 at his residence.
Arrangements are incomplete at this time