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November 4, 2016  RSS feed

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SUSAN HELENE HYMAN, 75, died Oct. 25. She was a former teacher and homemaker. Survivors include her husband of 54 years, Dr. Ellis Hyman; daughter and son-in-law, Sharon and Fred Weintraub, of Houston; son, Jeffrey Hyman, of Evanston, IL; sister, Linda Gioia, of Brooklyn; father-in-law, Irving Hyman, of Brevard, NC; and six grandchildren. The family suggests memorials may be made to Morton Plant Hospital or Suncoast Hospice. (Curlew Hills Memory Gardens)

RAY LEVINE, 96, of St. Petersburg, died Oct. 24. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, St. Petersburg Chapel)

MICHAEL M. PERWIEN, 76, of St. Petersburg, died Oct. 28. He was born in St. Paul, MN, and served in the United States Navy. For many years he owned a liquor store and later worked at Sears. Survivors include his wife, Lois; brothers and sisters-in-law, Robert Perwien, Edmund and Ada Perwien, and James and Connie Perwien; two sisters, Nadine Rosenberg and Helene Ginsburg. The family suggests memorials to LifeLink ( (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, St. Petersburg Chapel)

ERWIN STANTON “STAN” SALZER, 86, of St. Petersburg, died Oct. 20. A native of St. Petersburg, he was born at Mound Park Hospital (now Bayfront Medical Center). He was a graduate of St. Petersburg High School and an honors graduate of St. Petersburg Junior College and the University of Florida, where he received both his BA, BS and MBA with a major in accounting. He spent two years in the Army Audit Agency, auditing government contracts. He was a lifetime senior member of both the American and Florida Institutes of Certified Public Accountants. After the Army, he returned to St. Petersburg where he joined the CPA firm of Sheldon, Curry, Canning, and Wells that would later become Canning, Wells and Salzer. Later the firm merged with Ernst and Young. Retiring in 1987, he focused on land development in both Pinellas and Manatee counties. Active in civic life he served on the board of directors of many organizations including the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, Temple Beth-El, Congregation B’nai Israel, St. Anthony’s Hospital, PARC, Family and Children’s Service Center, St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, Committee of 100, United Fund, Florida Suncoast Opera Association, Canterbury School, Suncoasters, Bucketeers and the local chapters of Kiwanis, the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. He was also a member of Menorah Manor, Florida Holocaust Museum, Temple Beth-El, St. Petersburg Yacht Club, St. Petersburg Museum of History, and the President’s Council of the University of South Florida. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Iris Warshaw Salzer; sons and daughters-in-law, Brad and Kristie Salzer, Steve and Laura Salzer, of Tampa, and Mark and Rebecca Salzer of Ann Arbor, MI; daughter Pam of Washington, D.C.; brother Larry Salzer of Seminole; and six grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, Florida Holocaust Museum, or Temple Beth-El. (David C. Gross Funeral Homes, St. Petersburg Chapel)

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