Obituaries 9/30/21

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Randall Monk
Randall Monk, 72, of Green Cove Springs, FL. went home to be with the Lord on September 20, 2021. Born to Arlie and Gladys Monk of Quitman, Ga. on August 19th, 1949. Married to his loving wife of 52 years, Sherolyn. Randall attended Congregational Holiness Church in Green Cove Springs. He loved spending time with his family and friends, fishing, having cooking outs and fish fries, and rooting for the Georgia Bulldogs. He is proceeded in death by his parents and brother Ricky Monk. He is survived by his wife Sherolyn, of Green Cove Springs, daughter Dayna (Dan) GCS, son Tony (Cindy) Middleburg, brothers Buddy Monk of Quitman, Georgia, Raymond Monk of Walnut Grove, Georgia and Donald Monk of Green Cove Springs, Florida, his 6 grandchildren Erica, TJ, Justin, Dylan, Chase, and Kyle, 4 Great-grandchildren, Tyler, Mason, Eli, and Easton, many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Randy will be dearly missed.
The family received friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday, September 24, 2021 in the Broadus-Raines Chapel. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at Congregational Holiness Church with lifelong friend Rev. Ronnie Surrency officiating. Burial will follow in Hickory Grove Cemetery.
Please sign the family’s online guestbook at www.broadusraines.com
Arrangements are under the care of Broadus-Raines Funeral Home, 501 Spring St., Green Cove Springs, FL 32043. (904) 284-4000.

Ella ‘Mae’ McAdoo
It is with great  sorrow  to announce   the death   of   Ella “Mae” McAdoo. Mae   went  home to be with the Lord on   08/25/2021.  
Mae was born in Topeka, KS on   04/27/1944 to parents Irvin E. Andres   and Myrtle (Michael) Andres.    
She was preceded in death by her   parents and her husband James E.
McAdoo.  
Mae is  survived by her sister Marsha   Alexander and her husband Paul, her   brother Rick and his wife Lori. Her three   children, Damon  Wheeler and wife   Julie, William “Bill” Wheeler and wife Vinita   and Christina Thomason and   husband   James “Thommo” Thomason. Mae has   two grandchildren Michael Kovar and   Jesse  Thomason  as well as multiple   nieces and nephews along with multiple great grandchildren.  
Mae was a kind hearted woman full   of Love, smiles and her distinctive giggly laugh. Mae will be deeply missed by   her family and all that knew her.    
Service date and time are yet to be   determined. 

James  ‘Earl’ McAdoo
James “Earl” McAdoo It is with great   sorrow to announce the death of   James “Earl” McAdoo. He went home to   be with the Lord on 08/20/2021.  
He was born in Greesboro, NC to the parents of  Elmer Alexander McAdoo, Jr.   and Elaine (Jarvis) McAdoo on 07/01/1945. Earl joined the Army in 1963 proudly   served with the 30th MP unit until 1971 when he was honorably discharged.  
He was preceded in death by his parents and his son Stephen McAdoo. He 
is survived by sister Sharon Chapell   of   Greensboro, NC and his children Kevin Lee McAdo of Greensboro, NC and Jamie McAdoo of Mooresboro, NC as well as his   grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by family   andfriends. Service date and time are yet to be   determined.  



Victoria Lorain LaLonde (Prokop)
Victoria Lorain LaLonde (Prokop) age 56, died Wednesday September 15, 2021, at Baptist Clay South Hospital in St. Augustine, Florida after a very courageous battle with Breast Cancer. She was surrounded by her loving Mother and her Sister.
Victoria was born November 24, 1964 in Wayne, Michigan. Her childhood was spent growing up in Howell, Michigan. Much of her summers and vacations were spent in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with extended family. She graduated from Howell High School in 1982.
Victoria received professional success as the Office Manager for a graphic design company, The Word Baron. After her time there Victoria went out on her own and bought a local company Etch Cetera, an engraving, trophy and award shop. During the mid-90s she discovered that all little girls that were participating in community sports were receiving trophies with “boys heads.” She searched for a vendor she could purchase “girl heads” from for the top of their trophies. She always had an incredible eye for detail. She sold Etch Cetera in 2001 when she relocated to Florida. While in Florida, she obtained her Property Management License and worked in both commercial and residential management.
Despite her successful business endeavors, there was nothing more important to her than her role as a Mother. The greatest joys Victoria experienced in her life were her three daughters. She was extremely active in supporting their activities including cheer, gymnastics and marching band. Through attending these activities, she also had the opportunity to make many new friends. Victoria also enjoyed traveling, with her most recent trips to Mexico and Italy. She loved Mexican Food, chocolate, wine, home decorating shows and especially crime shows. Always first and foremost, though, was every opportunity to spend time with her three daughters and her four beautiful grandchildren.
Victoria was preceded in death by her Father, Robert LaLonde. She is survived by her Mother, Mary Lynne LaLonde; daughters Erica (Carl) Ogborn, Peyton and Christa Prokop and sister Valerie (James) Seagram. She was an exceptional Grandma to Briana, Alyssa, Colton and Madisyn. She is also survived by nieces Taylor and Olivia and nephews, Evan, James and William. She also leaves behind many beautiful friends, far too many to list.


Melissa ‘Missy’ Kay Rodriguez
Melissa “Missy” Kay Rodriguez passed away on September 14, 2021, in Orange Park, FL. She was born on January 31, 1965, in Colorado Springs, CO to Ervin and Edythe Sands. 
Missy was an Air Force brat. Her father served in the US Air Force for 23 years. She graduated high school in Bitburg, Germany and enjoyed traveling through Germany and the US meeting new people. Missy loved helping her mother with crafts and caring for her aging parents, enjoying her children, grandchildren and helping with her nephew and niece. Missy loved to help anyone who was in trouble. She was a loving daughter to her parents and “Baby Girl” to her father. As a young girl, Missy loved to travel to see her grandparents in W. VA and stay the summer. Missy’s grandkids called her Oma and she will be missed very much. 
Missy was preceded in death by her grandparents, Ronald Hinkle and Thelma Mae Hinkle, Thomas Harold Ruble and Velma Marie Ruble. 
Missy is survived by her husband, Ronald Rodriguez; children, Jassmine Woodford, Ronald Rodriguez, Jr., and Christopher “CJ” Rodriguez; grandchildren, Anaya Marie Woodford and Wyatt Wayne Woodford; sister, Lisa A. Carmichael; nephew, Michael Blackmon; niece, Jennifer Drew; cousins, Amber Skye Jones, Kaylea Jones and Elizabeth Blackmon; friends, Kim Winland and Deb. 
Aaron and Burney Bivens Funeral Home, 529 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073, (904) 264-1233 is serving the family.