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Deputy Dan DiCicco – a SWAT team member, graduate student and former football player – pursued life to the fullest, after a diagnosis of cancer in his teens.
Police & Fire, Obituaries
Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf had retired to Tampa, Fla., after a final military assignment leading U.S. Central Command.
Vietnam veteran Ray Smith learned about his son's Sept. 11 death on TV. Finally, he is able to say goodbye.
The memorial service is Saturday for St. Petersburg artist Bill Correira Woo.
Business, Arts, Obituaries
Beloved St. Pete artist Bill "Woo" Correira died inside his art gallery on Central Avenue Monday. He had been battling brain cancer.
Arts, Obituaries, Local Connections
Correira was known for his colorful depictions of marine life and his love for downtown St. Petersburg.
The World War II veteran and Congressman served for more than 50 years as a lawmaker.
The World War II veteran, who spent more than 50 years as a lawmaker, was pronounced dead at Tampa General Hospital.
Business, Elections, Obituaries, Local Connections, Awareness
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