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MASTER PLAN: Many of the improvements to Crestview Bob Sikes Airport are clustered around the west side facilities.
1. Runway. 2. Future west side taxiway. 3 and 4. Widened existing taxiways. 5. Aircraft apron expansions. 6. Future major
tenant with direct runway access. 7. North Okaloosa Fire District fire station. 8. Future hangars. 9. Planned vehicle parking. 10.
Emerald Coast Aviation terminal, offices and hangar (fixed base operator). RUNWAY PROTECTION ZONE: At top, the yellow border-
delineates the RPZ. The red cross-hatching is a future navigation easement area in which development would be prohibited.


Wider taxiways,

more hangars,

encroachment

restrictions in

master plan


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Local residents, businesses and com-
munity leaders had the opportunity to hear
about planned improvements to the Crest-
view Bob Sikes Airport at a Wednesday
morning briefing.',
Okaloosa County Airports Project Man-
ager Tracy Stage and Airports Director
Greg-Donovan briefed a small'audience at
the North Okaloosa Fire District's airport
station's meeting room on the progress of
the airport's master plan.
"This is something we've been working


on over the last two to five years," Stage ex-
plained.
Stage said the document is needed when
seeking funding or permits to proceed with
improvements from the Federal Aviation Ad-
ministration or the Florida Department of
Transportation.
"The FAA will ask, 'Is this something that
you have in your master plan?'" Stage said.
. "If it's not in our master plan, we cannot
even apply for federal or state grants," Dono-
van added. He emphasized that all improve-
ments to the. airport are made using funds
See AIRPORT 3


Council bids 'adieu' to Chip Wells


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
At its Feb. 22 meeting, the
Crestview City Council took
time at the end of delibera-
tions to say a fond "farewell"
to their resigning colleague,
Chip Wells, and to thank him
for his many years of service
to the city. The meeting was
Wells' last as a councilman.
His resignation from the
council is effective tomorrow.
"It's very sad this evening,"
See WELLS 3


THANK YOU: Crestview
Mayor David Cadle,
left, and City Council
President Bob Allen,
right, express their
gratitude for the many
years of dedication
and service of
resigning Councilman
Chip Wells as city
leaders offer a
standing ovation in
the background.
BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin


Lifesaving

firefighters

honored
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Two Crestview firefight-
ers were honored Tuesday
for their- heroic action in
pulling an unconscious
woman from a burning
home in October 2009.
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Saturday, February 27, 2010


Dispute mounts between mayoral candidate and police


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW Recrimina-
tions are mounting in a dis-
pute between a Crestview
mayoral candidate and the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment.
. Alan Lee Sampson, 54,
who was charged with bat-
tery last week following an
altercation with six teenage
boys, claims he was unjustly-'
arrested and targeted by
police..
Sampson, a long-time
critic of the police depart-
ment, has announced plans
to run for city mayor next
year. Sampson has "vowed
to fire the police chief if
elected."
Sampson said his arrest
was unjustified and that po-
lice were out to get him to in
an effort to derail his cam-
paign.
'After campaigning for
almost a year, they finally
got me," Sampson wrote in


an e-mail.
"The Crest- .
view police
are so proud
of the' arrest,
it -is on the
front page
of their Web
site." SAMPSON
The, po-
lice depart-
ment released a statement
Wednesday in response to
Sampson's claims.
"The Crestview Police
Department does not, and
has never had any interest
in Alan Sampson's cam-
paign for mayor of the City
of Crestview," the statement'
reads. "His arrest is based
on evidence that indicated
that he committed a crinni-
nal act against a juvenile,
and his campaign for mayor
of the City of Crestview in
no way had any bearing in
this case or the arrest that
resulted."
Sampson was charged
Feb. 18 with battery follow-


To read a police statement with a skateboard while try-
on the dispute, go to ing.to detain one of the boys
crestviewbulletin.com. until police arrived and that
he pushed one of the boys
away with the heel of his
hand.
ing a scuffle with six teen- 'Alan Sampson was at-
age boys outside his home tempting to detain a juve-
on Trenton Lane. Sampson nile in a circumstance that
said an argument broke out he was not justified in doing
after the boys, who were so," a police press release
skateboarding, blocked his states. "Had he called the
driveway and refused to police, and not taken mat-
'move as he was leaving for ters into his own hands, and
work. as a result, committed bat-
The boys countered, tery against the juveniles in-
however, Sampson backed volved in the circumstance,
out into the road, jumped he would not have been ar-
out of his car and began yell- rested."
ing at them. Sampson contends police
The boys told police were well aware of problems
Sampson grabbed one of caused by the teenagers in
them following the argu- the neighborhood and have
ment and struck another in responded to several crimi-
the face with the heel of his nal complaints about them.
palm. Police dispute that claim,
.Sampson maintains, however, and said there have
however, that the boys initi- only two calls involving juve-
ated hostilities and that he niles recorded on Trenton
did not strike anyone. Samp- Lane and that one of those
son said he was struck twice calls was the incident last


Defense contractor with local ties sentenced in fraud case


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
A former defense con-
tractor involved in a Con-
gressional earmark probe
was sentenced on fraud
charges in a Pensacola
federal court Tuesday.
Richard S. Ianieri was
sentenced to five years
probation by U.S. District
Judge Lacey Collier.
lanieri pleaded guilty
to taking a $200,000 fr6m a
subcontractor in July. He
had faced up to 15 years in
federal prison. Collier said
at lanieri's sentencing
on Tuesday that he opted
for a significantly lighter
sentence' because of his
testimony against other
defendants and his coop-


eration with government to Schaller's business,
investigators. Schaller Engineering Inc.
Federal prosecutors In August 2009, Schaller,
said lanieri solicited kick- a retired Air Force lieuten-
backs from a' subcontrac- ant colonel, was convicted
tor in Pennsylvania while, of destroying records and,
he headed Coherent Sys- lying to a grand jury. :
teams International Corp. O'Hair pleaded guilty
lanieri also was charged to federal charges of mak-
with filing false purchase ing false statements and
orders related to a Pan- engaging in a conflict of
handle Air Force base con- interest. Sumrall pleaded
tract. guilty to two of 29 charges
Ianieri testified in tri- he faced in a federal in-
als'for Niceville residents dictment.
Mark O'Hair and Richard Schaller was sentenced
Schaller and in the trial of to 18 months in prison
Theodore Sumrall, of Fort and five years probation.
Walton Beach, who worked O'Hair was sentenced to
for the Air Force Research six months in prison and:
Laboratory on Eglin Air three years probation,
Force Base. Sumrall was sentenced
O'Hair was accused of to four years probation.
steering defense contracts At Schaller's trial, Ian-


ieri testified his company,
Coherent Systems Inter-
national Corp., received
an $8.5 million congres-
sional earmark to improve
communications on the
battlefield. O'Hair, lanieri
testified, approved numer-
ous invoices dividing the
money up among lanieri's
company and four small-
er companies, including
Schaller Engineering.
lanieri is a central
figure in an 'investiga-
tion into problems with
Congressional earmarks
- specific projects that
lawmakers direct to par-
ticular contractors.

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week involving Sampson. of Children and Families,
"If Alan Sampson is sug- and in the universal symbol
gesting that he has made of distress, turned his flag
multiple complaints to the flying outside his home up-
Crestview Police Depart- side down.
ment in reference to juve- A Crestview police offi-
niles causing problems in cer responding to another
the neighborhood, our re- call saw the flag and flipped
cords are clearly not consis- it right-side up. The police
tent with those statements," officer later said he thought
a statement on the police vandals were responsible
Web site reads. for turning the flag on its
Sampson claims numer- head.
ous calls have been made Sampson said, however,
but were not logged by po- he had called police earlier
lice. that day and informed them
"They cooked the books," he would be flying the dis-
Sampson said. tress signal.
This is not the first run- The officer in question
in Sampson has had with returned and an argument
the Crestview Police De- ensued. The officer said
apartment. In April 2002, he Sampson was yelling and
was arrested and charged cursing and stomped the
with disorderly conduct and flag. Sampson countered
public mutilation of a U.S. that the officer got in his
flag. face and denied stomping
Sampson, an Army vet- on the flag.
eran of 22 years, was in a Sampson was arrest-
custody dispute over his ed but the charges were,
children at the time, was fu- dropped by the State Attor-
rious with the Department ney's Office.




Police: Man kicked


repeatedly in face


by 3 assailants


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin

A ,
Crestview
man faces
a charge
of bat-
tery fol-
lowing. an
incident
last week BACALLO
where a
bar patron
was allegedly kicked
repeatedly in the face
,and chest by three as-
sailants.
Joelle Jonathan. Ba-
callo, 21, is charged
with battery, .burglary
to a conveyance and
criminal mischief.
According to a Crest-
view Police Department
report, Bacallo and two
other suspects are ac-
cused of confronting a
man in the parking lot
of Cash's Lounge on
South Ferdon Boule-
vard at about 3:35 a.m.
Feb. 17.
The alleged victim
told police Bacallo and
two men followed .him
to his car and attacked
him after he openeqd'the
door and sat down.


. "The defendant and
the two suspects then
held the door to the
vehicle partially open
and, while taking turns,
kicked the victim in the
head and chest area re-
peatedly while the vic-
tim was in the driver's
seat of the vehicle," the'
report states. "While
one of the suspects wes
kicking the victim, the
other two suspects took
turns kicking the side
of the victim's vehicle,
causing a large dent
on the driver's door
arid the passenger side
door."
The other two sus-
pects were not identi-
fied in the report,
The victim called po-
lice and when they ar-
rived said Bacallo and
the other two suspects
fled the parking lot in a
gray Camaro. The Ca-.
maro was later stopped
by police and Bacallo
was identified by the al-'
leged victim, the report -
states.
The other two sus-
pects were dropped
off before the car was
stopped, according to
the report.


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Crestview News Bulletin 1.3


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview firefighters James Poirrier ahd Capt.
Rodney Lancaster, at center, were presented
with Lifesaving Medals as fellow firefighters
from Engine 1's C Shift look on.


HONOR from page 1
Surrounded by their Shift C brothers, firefighter
James Poirrier and Capt. Rodney Lancaster of En-
gine 1 received the Lifesaving Medal in a City Hall
ceremony presided over by Chief Joe Traylor and
attended by CFD command staff, firefighters, May-
or David Cadle, city officials and family members.
On the evening of October 29, 2009, Maryann
Hendrix. went to check on her friend Denise Niel-
son, who recently had returned to Crestview. She
noticed smoke coming from the house and re-
ceived no response to knocks on the door. Hendrix
promptly called 9-1-1.
Engine l's Shift C responded to the call of a
structure fire at 377 W. Walnut Ave. Poirrier and
Lancaster had to cut through a chain link fence,
force open a rear door and extract Nielson from
the burning home. Medical responders. credited
Hendrix's fortunate timing and 9-1-1 summons,
and the fast action of the firefighters, for saving
the woman's life.
"We take a lot for granted in the world," ob-
served Cadle, "and one of the things we take for
granted is the men standing behind me."
Cadle said the city's firefighters almost get of-
fended when they are told they're "heroes." "The
usual response I get is, 'We were just doing our
job,'" Cadle said.
"We owe so much to our men and women in our
fire department," Cadle said. "Every day they are
heroic. ."
"We have one of the finest departments in
Northwest Florida and, without a doubt, the finest
department in Okaloosa County," said Traylor dur-
ing his remarks. "Obviously, I'm very proud of this
department."
"I thank God each and every day for our firefight-
ers," said Councilman Charles Baugh Jr., who was
one of the city officials attending the ceremony.
Hendrix and Nielson also attended Tuesday's
ceremony, at which Hendrix received a certificate
of recognition and Nielson received a bouquet of
flowers from the chief.


HUM I AIRPORT from page 1


generated by airport activities, grants
or the national Aviation Trust Fund.
New improvements being consid-
ered for the master plan include wid-
ening existing taxiways, establishing
a storm water runoff mitigation plan,
adding new hangars, building future
taxiways, expanding vehicle parking
and establishing a Runway Protection
Zone. Attracting new industry to the air-
port vicinity is also a priority, he said.
By "ganging" several projects while
a contractor is on site, the airport will
save money, Stage explained, and also
might be able to accomplish lower pri-
ority projects "if we have the funding."

Taxiways and storm water
Bids likely will go out in May for wid-
ening the existing taxiways and adding
taxiway lighting, Stage said. One reason
for widening taxiways is to accommo-
date larger cargo planes.
Currently, the airport is in competi-
tion to secure a mission to deliver a fleet
of helicopters destined for Fort Rucker
near Dothan, Ala. The aircraft would be
delivered from Ramstein AFB in Ger-
many to a suitable airport in the vicinity
in the cavernous cargo hold of the giant,
Russian-made Antonov An-124, the sec-
ond-largest cargo airplane in the world.
However, an impediment is the Crest-
view airport's 50-ft.-wide taxiways.
"Our limitation is not the runway
length. The runway is essentially brand
new," said Donovan. "Our limitation
now is the taxiway widths for the very
largest of aircraft."-
Donovan said Stage andhis staff have
produced models that show the An-124
could turn using existing taxiways; how-
'ever, excessive forward and backward
maneuvering.would be needed.
"There's a 50/50 chance they will go
to another airport," Donovan lamented.
At the same time, the airport also
will address storm water management,
a concern that the airport has not previ-
ously addressed, Stage' said.: Including
storm water management in the master
plan will streamline the permitting pro-
cess with the Northwest Florida Water
Management District, airport staff said.
Donovan said the plan would provide
a "bank" of projects "so we wouldn't
have to go to thel Water Management
District for each project."
"We have been building out here for
years but deferring our storm water


BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview News Bulletin
PRESENTING THE PLAN: Okaloosa
County Airports Director Greg
Donovan briefs attendees at
Wednesday's public meeting about
the airport's master plan.
management responsibilities," Dono-
van acknowledged.

New hangars
Like a developer putting in streets
and sewer and water hook-ups for
new homes, the airport has installed
infrastructure to accommodate new
hangars, including as many as 14 "Tee-
hangars," which are smaller than stan-
dard rectangular hangars. They get
their name from their T-shaped floor
plan, which allows several hangars to
be nested together in a row. As part of
the infrastructure, the master plan also
calls for expanded vehicle parking.
"With (the old) Panama City (air-
port) closing soon, there is going to be
a lot of general aviation folks looking for
hangar space," Stage said, explaining
the impending opening of the city's new
commercial aviation airport will result
in the closing of the current airport,
which is shared by both commercial
and private aircraft.
"The infrastructure is already in
place" at the Crestview airport Dono-
van said,, adding that new tenants will
bear the expense of constructing their
own hangar.
"We took it a step further," added
Stage. "Not only is the infrastructure in
the ground, we developed a package" of
step-by-step instructions of what a ten-
ant needs to do to build and move in, in-
cluding information on local and county
permitting. Stage added there is gov-
ernment funding available for general
aviation operators to relocate to new
facilities when Panama City-Bay County
International Airport shuts down.


New hangar owners must sign a
lease, typically for 30 years, during
which they will own the hangar facili-
ties. After the lease expires, ownership
of the hangar reverts to the county.

Runway Protection Zone
Airport staffpresented an aerial view
of the north end of the runway overlaid
by a grid delineating the airport's Run-
way Protection Zone.
"What we're looking at is preventing
another Destin scenario from happen-
ing," Donovan explained.
In Destin, residential development
has occurred right up to the Destin Air-
port's property line. It has restricted any
airport expansion and limited the types
of services the county can provide at the
airport. Crestview's airport, Donovan
said, is fortunate that it has an undevel-
oped buffer area around it, apart from
compatible industries, such as BAE
Systems, L-3 Crestview Aerospace and
businesses at the county Air Park
a The proposed easement area at
Crestview's airport will "keep new de-
velopment out of this box," Stage said,
indicating the zone on an aerial photo.
The plan will be filed with the county
growth management department, so
when developers inquire, "the county
will know they can't build in there." /
"We need to have this area," said
Donovan. "It's critical to us to not have
any obstructions."
A resident, who saidhe lives north-
east of the RPZ, asked if there was any
chance the airport's area would ex-
pand, such as if a new runway was to be
added.
"This airport would do well to have a
tower," Donovan said, but assured him,
"but I don't see this airport in the next
50 years requiring another runway."
The only place a runway could go is
parallel to the existing runway, Dono-
van said, "but the topography's bad;"
including low-lying areas that are prone
to flooding and rolling terrain.
Wednesday's meeting was the fi-
nal public meeting for the Crestview
Airport's master plan. "We'll go back in
the next couple of weeks and incorpo-
rate anything else that came out of the
meeting," Stage said. He anticipates
the final version will be ready to go to
the FAA within a month.
"It's very important to have this plan
in place," Stage said.


WELLS from page 1
said Mayor David Cadle as he and
Council President Bob Allen pre-
sented Wells with a plaque prais-
ing his dedication to Crestview.
Council members and city of-
ficials then took turns praising
Wells. Tim Grandberry, currently
one year into his first term on the
council, said he looked forward to
consulting with Wells and taking
advantage of his experience.
"There is no Sunshine Law
between us!" he joked.
"I've certainly enjoyed work-
ing with Chip on the council," said
Councilwoman Linda Parker. "He
will be sorely missed."
"You were the guy who nomi-
nated me. Sir, I hope I will get to
be half the council member you
have been," said Councilman
Charles Baugh Jr. "You will be
sorely missed, my brother."
"I've really enjoyed work-
ing with you. I've learned a lot
from you," said City Clerk Janice


Young, adding, to laughter, "Come
by and see me sometime, and I'll
buy you a cup of city coffee."
Allen recalled an incident dur-
ing his own early days on the body
when he encountered Wells at a
function outside of the city council.
"I made some comment about
a matter the council was discuss-
ing, and he said, 'I can't talk to you
about that. There's a Sunshine
Law,"' Allen recalled. "I said, 'My
God, he takes this seriously.'"
Allen then earned a hearty
round of laughter when he added,
"I haven't talked to him since."
Wells clearly was moved by the
kind words from his colleagues.
"I regret that the decision [to
resign] had to be made, but it was
made with the best interests of the
city in mind," Wells said. Citing the
demands of his job and personal
life, Wells said it was becoming
harder to devote the time needed
to research and study city busi-


ness in order to make informed
decisions as a council member.
"It was time," Wells said. "I
never want to sit here and make
a decisiofi that I'm uncomfort-
able making.
"For those that have shown
support over the years, I'm very
appreciative. Elected officials
won't take the city where it wants
to go; the city will take the city
where it needs to go," he said.
But, Wells promised, he would
remain in touch and might even
observe council proceedings
from the audience perspective
from time to time.
"Someday I'm going to pop
in," Wells promised. "Thank you;
it's with regret that I leave."

Other business
In other business, the council:
Approved 4-1 an ordinance
establishing a Planned Unit De-


velopment Zoning District for
the 34-lot detached single fam-
ily home development of Sandy
Ridge Cottages off of Antioch
Road, including accepting city
responsibility for the developer's
infrastructure. Parker cast the*
sole "fay" vote.
.* Set a workshop for March
22 to study establishing twice-
monthly utility billing for city wa-
ter and sewage services.
; Unanimously passed an
ordinance to accept a planning
document from city contrac-
tor CH2MHILL for expanding
the city's wastewater treatment
plant. The council had to pass
the resolution in order to receive
state revolving low-interest loans
for the project.
Unanimously approved the
low bid of $12,190 made by the
Donald Smith Company Inc. to
take the city's two oldest wells
off-line now that the newest well


is working.
Received a report from Cadle
that included confirmation from
city attorney Ben Holley that
the council must appoint Wells'
replacement for the remaining
three years of his term.
The mayor also asked the
council to approve sending local
attorney and Chamber of Com-
merce executive Nathan Boyles
as the city's official representa-
tive to Crestview's sister city,
Noirmoutier, for its commemora-
tion of the 65th anniversary of the
end of World War II. Boyles will
travel at his own expense, Cadle
emphasized.
Cadle also requested that
the council members and audi-
ence keep senior Fire Depart-
ment Capt. Rick Brown in their
thoughts and prayers as he re-
cuperates from a serious mo-
torcycle accident suffered last
weekend.


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They arrived at one of Crest-
view's finest restaurants Tuesday,
ready for a gala luncheon, their pink
boas flapping in the breeze and their
smiles as wide as they could possibly
be as they were ushered to the pri-
vate dining room. Were they a new
variation of the Red Hat Society? A
ladies' benevolent society?
No, Tuesday's meal at the Wild
Olive was a gathering of the Ladies
About Town, a group of develop-
mentally challenged adult clients
of the Abilities Center of Northwest
Florida, a day training facility on
.Old Bethel Road licensed through
the state Agencies for Persons with
Disabilities.
The center provides a variety of
training programs, including life
skills, personal care and safety.
Some vocational training is also of-
fered, said Theresa Mouer, a man-
ager at the Abilities Center and one
of three escorts who accompanied
the group savoring lunch at the Wild
Oliye.
"We do the whole gamut," Mouer
said.
Monthly outings are part of the
center's efforts to socialize its 23
clients through interaction in every-
day settings. Five ladies attended
Tuesday's lunch.
"We try to do as much community
interaction as we can, because our
clients have to deal with the com-
munity," M6uer explained.
In addition to trips to local public


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
LUNCH TIME: Clients of the Abilities Center of Northwest Florida get
ready for lunch at the Wild Olive earlier this week. Clockwise from
lower left are Jamie Layton, Danz Peddis, Kathy Harper, Barbara


Moore and Betty Jo McDonald.

spots, social interaction is also en-
couraged at the center. Last week,
for example, clients enjoyed a com-
bined Valentine's Day and Mardi
Gras party, complete with king cake
and traditional Carnival parade
throws.
"We had beads and Moon Pies!"
Jamie Layton exclaimed.
Clients attend the Abilities Cen-
ter three or more times per week.
Activities include computer, art and
cooking classes, as well as bowling


outings and participation in the Spe-
cial Olympics.
"Oh yes, we run and all that,"
Layton said with a smile.
But Tuesday, Layton's attention,
and that of the other four Ladies
About Town, was on Chef Susan
McDuffie's sumptuous lunch.
"It's wonderful that the Wild Ol-
ive is doing this for Us," said Mouer
gratefully. "The ladies have been ex-
cited and talking of nothing else for
the last couple of weeks."


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Olin, Rebecca, Addalynn,
Mollee and Benjamin Myers (left to right) won
the Castle for. a Kid room makeover contest to be
designed by Keely Fell (far right).

Ronald McDonald House

announces winner of the

Castle for a Kid contest


Special to the News Bulletin "
NICEVILLE The Ronald
McDonald House con-
gratulates the Myers fam-
ily of Niceville, as the win-
ner of the Castle for a Kid
Room Makeover contest.
The family stayed at the
Ronald McDonald House
of Northwest Florida on
two occasions while their
children received medical
treatment at a nearby hos-
pital.
Rebecca Myers entered
the contest and wrote a
heartfelt testimony about
her family's stays at the
Ronald McDonald House.
"The ladies at the House
were so encouraging, both
times, and the ability to
be that close to your baby'
is something no one can
understand unless you've


been there. I wish that peo-
ple of Okaloosa and Walton
counties understood the
need of such a place," said
Rebecca. The Myers' story
was selected 'by a panel
of judges who awarded a
free room makeover from
Keely Fell, children's room
designer and owner of
Pretty Please on Grand
Blvd.
The Ronald McDonald
House provided a Home-
Away-From-Home to 96
families from Okaloosa
and Walton counties in
2009. If you are interested
in volunteering or would
like more information. on
how the Ronald McDon-
ald House serves our lo-
cal families, contact Pan-
handle Area Manager Kim
Henderson at. 678-7243 or
owb@rmhpensacola.org.


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The Career Resource
Center at Northwest Flori-
da State College has open-
ings for area businesses to
participate in a Career and
Job Fair Wednesday, March
17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
the Niceville campus gym.
Participation is free and
provides an effective op-


portunity to connect with
highly qualified and moti-
vated job applicants includ-
ing students, graduates,
military, and the general
public. -
To obtain a registration
form and more informa-
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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
SATURDAY SUCCESS: The
free FCAT tutoring program for
all Okaloosa County high school
students includes a session from
8-10:30 a.m. today at the Crestview
High School Media Center.
For more information, call Cheryl
Seals at 689-7177, ext. 18000, or
Elaine Anderson at 833-5815.
CAR & TRUCK SHOW: On
March 6, at the Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds, the 11th annual Em-
erald Coast Mustang and All Ford
Powered Car & Truck Show will be
combined with an All-Makes Diesel
Truck Dyno Day and Show-n-Shine.
Registration begins at 8 a.m.;
judging begins at noon.
Admission is free to spectators
and $20 to preregister your car or
truck in the show. Registration is
$25 on March 6; there is a discount
for multiple registrations. The first
100 people to register will receive
free goodie bags.
A for-sale corral and vendor area
is available.
The first cars to arrive will be
placed indoors on a space-available
basis.
For details, tall Ray Grater at
581-2089 or Suncoast Transmissions
at 864-2361.
SHAMROCK FUNDRAISER: In
February and March, local citizens
will have the opportunity to catch
the St. Patrick's Day spirit and help
in the fight against neuromuscular
diseases by buying a shamrock mo-
bile.
Retailers at Lowe's, Applebee's,
Walgreens, Domino's, Sonic, Waffle
House, Wendy's and Subway are
selling green shamrocks for $1 and
gold shamrocks for $5 to fight mus-
cular dystrophy.
Funds totaling $130,000 were
raised for the Muscular Dystrophy
Association last year to fund pro-
grams and services.
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY:
Today at New Beginnings Church
Missions building, 412 W. James Lee


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Blvd., Crestview.
It starts at 9 a.m. and continues
until the monthly food allowance
has been given out. New Beginnings
Church is an equal-opportunity pro-
vider. For details, call Jimmy Smith
at 689-2988.
ELKS TURKEY SHOOT: The
Elks turkey shoot will be held at
9 a.m. at the Elks pavilion at Elks
Lane off Fairchild Road. It continues
every Saturday through March 20.
BOOK DONATIONS: The
Friends of the Crestview Library are
asking for donations of used books
and movies on VHS and DVD for the
Spring Book Sale, April 9-11.
Books and movies will be ac-
cepted at the library, off State Road
85 behind the post office. All types of
hardbound and paperback books are
needed, but not magazines.
SCHOLARSHIP: The Joseph B.
Franzalia Lodge #2422, Order of.the
Sons of Italy in America, is pleased
to announce 2010 educational schol-
arships for graduating seniors.
Scholarships will be awarded on
the basis of achievement, participa-
tion in school and community, and
financial need for pursuing a college
education. Student applicants are
not required to be of Italian descent.
Deadline for consideration is April
15. For more information, call Mi-
chelle A. Severino at 543-8213.
FLORIDA KIDCARE HOURS
CHANGE: Paula Jackson of Farmi-
lies Count is offering assistance to
local residents who want to register
their children for Florida KidCare
insurance. Walk-ins are accepted
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tues-
day and Thursday at Jobs Plus on
Wilson Street in Crestview. Bring
proof of income and Social Security
numbers for every member of your
household. Contact phone: 530-2621.
SUPPORT THE FREEDOM
LOUNGE: The United Services
Organization will open Freedom
Lounge in the Northwest Florida
Regional Airport this spring to pro-
vide modern facilities, programs and
services to accommodate military
growth in Okaloosa County.
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donations for the lounge. Donations
of furniture, decor items and finan-
cial support are needed. It is ex-
pected that more than 1,000 military
members and their families will use
the facility each month.
Contact Caroline McCoy at 362-
6467 or caroline@florida-edc.org to
donate or for more details.
CHRISTIAN COLLEGES
FAIR: Niceville United Methodist
Church will be hosting a National
Christian College Fair at 6 p.m.
Monday, March 1. Representatives
from many of the top Christian col-
leges will be at the fair. For a list of
colleges and universities participat-
ing, visit www.nccf.us. A financial
aid workshop will be available. For
details, call 678-4411, ext. 147.
BLOOD DRIVES: Northwest
Florida Blood Center drives in
North Okaloosa County are as fol-
lows:
March 4, Crestview High
School, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.'
March 11, North Okaloosa Med-
ical Center, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 15, Parthenon Health-
care, Crestview.
There is an elevated need for
blood types 0 Negative and B
Negative. Northwest Florida Blood
Services is your community blood
center, providing blood to patients,
families and friends in hospitals
across the Paphandle. Blood is used
to help patients with cancer, heart
bypass, surgeries and emergencies.
Call 862-4216 for more informa-
tion.
QUIT SMOKING CLASS: Oka-
loosa County tobacco users can find
free help to quit tobacco use at one
of a list of free six-week evidence-
based Quit Smoking Now programs
sponsored by West Florida Area
Health Education Center (AHEC).
NOMC is hosting a class Mon-
days at 5:30 p.m. through March 8
and again on Mondays at 5:30 p.m.,
from May 3 through June 14.
To register or for more informa-
tion, call 398-6965 or 877-6-STOP-
NOW (toll free) or visit www.west
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Education


Saturday, February 27, 2010


School ANNOUNCEMENTS


From Staff Reports

Red Cross
Nurse Assistant Training
Nurse Assistant Training is a 100+
hour, six-week prep program that gives
students the confidence and skills neces-
sary to challenge the Pro-metric State
Exam to become a certified C.N.A.
The course is $600 and includes all
books and a stethoscope.
Scholarships are available for sepa-
rating military members and spouses of
military members who have deployed to
Iraq and Afghanistan or are scheduled to
deploy in the near future.
Upon registration, proof of deployment
will be required. With proof, the scholar-
ship will be applied for up to 30 students.
To register, call Carissa Stanley at 800-
773-7620 or e-mail stanleyc@usa.red
cposs.org.
You may also visit www.yourredcross.
org to register. Please contact the office
directly if you wish to apply a scholarship.

Project Learning Tree workshop
Pensacola Jr. College's Milton campus
will host a Project Learning Tree work-
shop Saturday, March 6, from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. in room 4309.
Teachers, scout leaders, 4-H leaders
and volunteers, pre-service teachers and
volunteers of community organizations
are invited to attend the workshop, which
focuses on environmental education for
formal and nonformal educators working
with prekindergarten through 12th-grade
students. Registration is $15 per person.
Contact Chris Verlinde at chrismv@
ufl.edu or 623-3868 for more information
or to register.

Cash 4 College workshop
Northwest Florida State College
(NWFSC) will hold a Cash 4 College


financial aid workshop Sunday, March 7,
to help students and parents complete
the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid. NWFSC financial aid staff will be
available to assist students, parents and
guardians between 1 and 4 p.m. on the ,
Niceville campus in buildings C-1 and C-2.
The event is free of charge.
The financial aid staff will help cre-
ate FAFSA pin numbers and process
the application. The following items are
necessary to complete it: driver's license,
Social Security numbers, 2009 tax return
and W-2 and any untaxed income infor-
mation (such as child support or Social
Security). All information items are
needed for both the student and parent.
Students attending the workshop will be
entered into a drawing for a $500 schol-
arship provided by The Foundation of
Florida's Community Colleges.
NWFSC representatives will also pro-
vide information about the college, admis-
sions and other financial aid or scholar-
ship opportunities. Details: 729-5370 or
bennettp@nwfstatecollege.edu.

Safe boating class
A five-week public boating course
titled America's Boating Course will be
conducted on Mondays, beginning March
1, from 7-9 p.m. at the Anchorage build-
ing, 404 Green Acres Road in Fort Waltonr
Beach. Please arrive by 6:30 p.m. on the
first night for administrative tasks. Own-
ership of a boat is not required to attend.
Class instruction is free, but there is a
$45 charge for classroom materials.
The class covers safe boat handling,
good seamanship, rules of the road, aids
to navigation and piloting, tips about local
waters and more. Completion satisfies
state license requirements for boaters
born after Sept. 30, 1980, and might entitle
boat owners to discounts on boat insur-
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NWFSC graduates, NORTH OKALOOSA


Special to the News Bulletin

NICEVILLE Northwest
Florida State College an-
nounces the fall term 2009
graduates; 613 people grad-
uated at the end of the fall
semester in December.

Students earning High-
est Honors, a grade point
average of 4:0, include:
Certificate Highest Honors
CRESIVIEW: Charles A. Col-
lins
Applied Technology
Diploma'- Highest Honors
CRESIVIEW: CindyD. Olough-
lin

Students earning High
Honors, a grade point
average of 3.8 to 3.99, in-
clude:
Bachelor of Applied Science
Degree High Honors
CRESTVIEW: Deborah Elaine
Clabaugh,. Ashley Megan
Smith
Associate of Arts
Degree High Honors
CRESIVIEW: Jamie Allende,
Deborah Elaine Clabaugh,
William Horace Spires III
Associate of Applied Science
Degree High Honors
CRESTVIEW: Ashley Megan
Smith
Certificate High Honors
CRESIVIEW: Kimberly R.
Brooks, Jenessa Hardin,
Wayne Thomas Myatt

Students earning Hon-
ors, a grade point average
of 3.5 to 3,79, include:
Bachelor of Applied Science
Degree Honors
CRESTVIEW: Casey Marie Du-
pont, Kimberly A. Johnson-
McDonald
Associate of Arts
Degree Honors
BAKER: Kathy B. Carroll,
Brenda Ann Hooks
CRESIVIEW: Casey Nicole
Adams, Elizabeth Mullins,
Victoria Nieves, Jessica M.
Smith


Associate of Applied Science
Degree- Honors
,CRESTVIEW: Audrey Rose
Cobb, Shawn E Croft, Cyn-
thia Crouch, Casey Marie
Dupont, Anthony Lawrence
Hoover, Susan Renee Long-
man
Associate of Science
Degree Honors
HOl: Ulrike Katharina
Allen
Certificates Honors
CRES1VIEW: Keren A. Dance,
Jenessa Hardin, William
- Douglas Martin
Educator Preparation
Institute Honors
CRESIVIEW: Rebecca C. And-
vik, Jacquelyn McKenzie

Students who complet-
ed the requirements for
degrees and certificates
include:
Bachelor of
Applied Science Degree
(RESIVIEW: Jeffrey Lynn
Barnett Jr., Lanier Ken-
neth Gray, Michelle Nicole
Strawser
Associate of Arts Degree
BAKER: Brandon Michael
Denson, Bradley W. Ellis,
Stephen Sipher
CRESTVIEW: George Vincent
Allen, Joshua N. Arellano,
Carlos Alberto Avellanet
Jr., Jeffrey Lynn Barnett
Jr., Amy Sue Browning,
Charles Franz Clippinger,
Thomas C. Crawford, Louis
C. Daglish, Kevin Ray De-
bolt, Jason T. Dooley, Susan
L. Dupont, Brian Duran,
Kyle Dean Estes, Charnelle
S. Forbes, Lanier Kenneth
Gray, Susan Elaine Hagood,
Ashleigh Nicole Harman,
Julie C. Hayes, Angela
Hermenitt, Asha S. Hicks,
Ashley Johnson, Jacquelyn
Danielle King, Kyle Jared
Koger, Holly Leah Langley,
Chadwick Allen Lawson,
Brandi L. Lisenbee, James
Cory McSween, Joseph Al-
len Milonas, Nichoel Noel
Morton, Christopher Aaron
Mozina, Anthony Brown
Parsons," Lisa Plowman,


Wanda Reeves, Jennifer G.
Richards, Thomas K Row-
ell, Cassandra Leann Rush-
ing, Brenda L. Schindler,
Matthew Lee Shue, Mitch-
ell Aaron Smith, Tiffany
Nicole Starr, Candice C. Wa-
howski, Dawn Denise Wat-
son, Bryan-Jerald Wibben,
Tiffany Michelle Wrathell,
Radoslav K Yordanov, Ol-
ivia Ann Zaal
LAUREL HILL Shonda L.
Luke
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BAKER: Gary W Williams
CRESIVIEW: Jeffrey Lynn
Barnett Jr., Denise Michelle
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Colvin, Joshua K Gardner,
Sammy L. Gourlie, Kimber-
ly Ann McDonald, Kimberly
Sharell Pitts, Christopher
.A. Ramsey, Lameul Latavis
White
Associate of Science Degree
BAKER: Tracy Deanna
Walden
CRESIVIEW: Erin Gay Wil-
liams I Barton, Bernadette
Galang Hall, Stacey Sabrina
Lewis, Wayne Thomas My-
att, Micah Alexis Salisbury,
Nicole M. Sills
Certificate
BAKER: Jason D. Hayes,
Ted Mursch,
CRESIVIEW: James Curtis
Agertonri Jr., Jonathan Ryan
Bellio, James Michael Bier-
nacki, Chad D. Flanders,
Luz Karine Herrera, Chey-
enne Hewitt, Ashleigh Di-
ane Kraskov, Lance Daniel
Locke, Elizabeth A. Madi-
son, Charles Lee Meeks,
Christy Moore, Lisa Leann
ljesmith, Corey Justin
Nichols, Kenneth James
Peterson; Samantha Nicole
Powell, Jacyntheia B. Ros-
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HOLT.: James Terry
LAURELHILLCaraS. Bedsole,
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Bradley, Philip Chancey
Lundy
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Special to the News Bulletin

A Honor Roll
FIRST GRADE: Elizabeth Adams,
Lauren Adams, Cayden Allen," Shay
Beck, Bayleigh Burlison, Daisy Burns,
Raley Capps, Kaitlyn Church, Kaylie
Gasca, Angela Gauthier, Eley Gillman,-,
Austin Harielson, Caleb Hicks, Conner
Hohider, Briley Lawson, Ruby McLean,
Tyler Miller, Zachary Miller, Taylor
Nixon, Jaelyn Rogers, Ryan Sailor, Josh
Smith, Dominick Symonette, Kinsey Van
Dyke, Reanna Vlasic, Emma.Wagner
SECOND GRADE: Lily Caswell,
Sam Crowson, Jayde Henderson, Luke
Miller, Abby Morway, Shepp Plenge,
Sydney Stewart, Bryce Taylor
THIRD GRADE: Connor Arnold,
Alex Butler, Sarah Colonna, Michaela
Franklin, Jurnee French, Rylee Gibbs,
Lily Lewis, Madison Nichols, Kolby Roy,
Aiyjanae Simmons
FOURTH GRADE: Jessica Black,
Samantha Carver, Emmy Fountain,
Jesse.Joiner, Logan McMahon, Brett
Walker
FIFTH GRADE: Jordan Gatewood,
Morgan Griffitts, Bethany. McCranie,
Bianca Peters, Logan Rickmon, Jodie
Welch, Shiana Youngblood
SIXTH GRADE: Sabrina Corbin, Al-
exandria Dupree, Mary Oglesby, Tabitha
Shultz
SEVENTH GRADE: Seth Forehand,
Maryjel Quizon
EIGHTH GRADE: Sophia Chaitha,
Brandon Engler, Melissa Heller, Jordan
Linzy, Paige Miller, Katie Rispone, Ju-
lia Robertson, Alexandria Roy. Stephen
Shaw, Hana Wadsworth
NINTH GRADE: Wesley Chandler,
Adam Crowson, Alicia Morris, Meagan,
Pittman, Haley Wagner
10TH GRADE: Jayson Ducharme
11TH GRADE: Jacob Allen, Paige
Dabney, Travis Forrester, Mollie Royal,
Alecia Springle
12TH GRADE: Lauren Griffith,
Colton Henry, Dakota Hooper, Ashley
Mclver, Jennifer Wood

A/B Honor Roll
FIRST GRADE: Maximillion
Alegria, Jordyn Barnes, Jesse Barrows,
Kayelynn Carroll, Anna Cates, Vanessa
Chessher, Kera Daniels, Alyssa Day,
Sarah Duncan, Kaleb Gibson, Tyler Har-
rington, Zane Hubbard, Logan.Kauss,
David Legros, Rae'diah Lewis, Jake
Miller, Max Molnar, Jordan Reichert,
Caleb Richards, Avery Stewart, Chan-
dler Stewart, Andrea Valenzuela, Kalea
Ward, Jasmine Whatmough, Matthew
White
SECOND GRADE: Jackson Adams,
Kaylee Arne, Nathan Ates, Olivia Ber-
ry, Joseph Byrd, Cole Capps, Morgan
Cross, Phillip Cumbie, Devinee Czar-
necki, Kassie Farmer, Shelby 'Fetter,
Dillon Fredericks, Eli Garrett, Karlee
Gray, Sarah Hall, Alexis Havens, Bryce
Hayden, Faith Hutto, Blake Lawson,
Eric McQueen, Madison Melanson, Wy-
att Oglesby, Shannon Polhlopek, Truly
Sackrider, Ryan Smiddy, Kerstin Sword,
Sabrina Sykes, Vivian Symonette,
Pierce Thompson, Deomi Valmus, Lily
Kate Wilkinson. .
THIRD GRADE: Hayley Allen,
Sarah Andrews, Autumn Archer, Ken-
trell Balthazar, Colton Barrow, Lathem
Brown, Chase Brunson, Bobbie Castle-
berry, Railey Conner, Brook Clifton,
Daniel Crews, Haylee Gibbs, Nattalie
Goetzke, McKinley Gordon, Zoe Gray,
Hanna Greenfield, Joe Guilford, Destiny
Hawthorne, Julya Helton, Bryan Holley,


Bradley Inscore, Kameron Jones, Kalyn
Kauss, Kylie Measel, R. J. Rushing, Ju-
lianna Smith, Lindsey Stewart, Haleigh
Van Dyke, Woody Williamson
FOURTH GRADE: Jax Anderson,
Megan Ayala, A'Lena Banks, Lane
Boone, Gregory Chaitha, Zac Childs,
Colton Farris, Joncee French, Addison
Gilson, Hannah Hancock, Shawna Lake,
Abby Mainor, Kimberly McCranie, Mar-
kos Mitchell, Kyle Parker, Hunter Pol-.
hlopek, Makina Potter, Taylor Price, Jon
Sackrider, Lindsey Sapp,, Noah Shaw,
Alisandra Stainback, Chris Steele, Gabe
Vicari, Wade Walker, Dalton Weeks, Kay-
la Wolf
FIFTH GRADE: Tressie Adams,
Logan Cadenhead, Valerie Commee,
Hannah Cox, Thomas Crowson, Au-
tumn Eldridge, Kacie Errington, Ryan
Gelb, Alex Hayden, Madison Hohider,
Alexis Lehnert, Parris Miller, Grace Pat-
terson, Hayley Robbins, Caitlin Smith,
Emily Stewart, Emily Stuckey, Matthew
Thompson
SIXTH GRADE: Ganesh Ahaus, Ty-
ler Arant, Sierra Brannon, Cole Briggs,
Leslie Cumbie, Whitli Cunningham,
Lena Daoud, Austin Davis, Ryan Fra-
zier, Cameron Merritt, Abby.Patterson,
Logan Pittman, Nathan Runyan; Wesley
Smith, Jaclyn Tipton
SEVENTH GRADE: Anna Bills,
Calvin Blankenship, Cheyenne Bran-
non, Curstin Brown, Rachael Carver,
Haliegh :Castonguay, Tanner Cross,
Jessica Dominguez, Amanda Dotson,
Jonathan Gatewood, Autumn Herndon,
Kaitlin Herring, Alyssa Lee, Jack Lew-
is, Hannah Lindsay, Michelie Mitchell,
Alexis Mitchem, Christina Morgan,
Percy Oglesby, Kaylen Parker, Justin
Reichert, Stefan Sanguyo, Eugenia Sen-
terfitt, Madisyn Ward
EIGHTH GRADE: Samantha Arvin,
Rachel Arzaga, Natalie. Booker, Ei-
leen Brown, Kais Daoud, Chris Estes,
Colton Golloher, Malcolm Griffith, Wil-
liam Griffith, Lindsay Hitt, Sara Jones,
Winter Kamrowski, Caitlin Kennedy,
Terry-Dean Kersey, Morgan Lewellen,
Chassity McCranie, Tyler Meeks, Jesse
Parker, Galen Perkins, Savannah Risen,
Dustin Roper, Dyjan Scott, Iryna Slyu-
sar, Javier Steele, Jenna Stevenson, Mi-
randa Whatmough, James Wolf
NINTH GRADE: John Atkins, Tessa
Bowdren, Dillon Crawford, Harley Dar-
by, Ashley Ganey, Lindsay, Gatewood,
Blake Phillips, Kyle Polhlopek, Justin
Smart, Adrian Smith, Jaydin Vander-
ford, Dylan Wadsworth, Katelyn Wick-
ery, Macia Wilde
10TH GRADE: Alicia Adams, Macey
Caraway, Savannah Czarnecki, Rebecca
Davis, Cory Harper, Nathaniel Holley,
Tiffany Kruse, Joshua Lawson, Dani-
elle Martin, Shirley Mayberry, Madeline
Ray, Cody Small, Paul Workman
11TH GRADE: Audrey Adams,
Leanna Adams, William Bailey, Carly
Barton, Tyler Brown, Cassandra Coo-
per, Susan Cunningham, Michael Din-
gess, Rob Evers, David Frey, Matthew
Frey, Susan Mayberry, Nathan Pfrim-
.mer, Mollie Pizzotti, Victoria Rawlins,
Gabriella Reber, Adam Royal, Rebecca
Smart, Abby Sunday, Caitlin Turnbull,
Logan Wagner
12TH GRADE: Breanna Bommari-
to, Elisia Bradley, Kaylee Bradley, Chris
Brinley, Chelby Caraway, Shanna Cobb,
Chris Dalencour, Chad Donley, Rachelle
Fenton, Colton Jernigan, Brittney Kil-
patrick, Justyn Lewis-Washington,
Raven Lopez, Jeremy Maradik, Dani-
elle Marelli, Stephanie Miller, Shelby
Schmidt, John Scott, Andrea Taylor,
Jonathan Taylor


Little Miss Philippines to be crowned


Special to te News Bulletin ,
The Philippine Ameri-
can Heritage Society, a
nonprofit organization
comprised primarily of Fili-
pino Americans, will crown
the winner of its annual
search for Little Miss Phil-
ippines Queen for 2010-11
on March 13.
The four candidates
competing for the title are:
Milcah Romualdo, daugh-
ter of Ben-and Jocelyn Ro-
mualdo; Andrea Farmakis,
daughter of Timothy and
Jhoanna Farmakis; Alia
Scotka, daughter of Marek
and Bella Scotka; and,
Erika Balazs, daughter of
George and Nelia Balazs.


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MILCAH ANDREA
ROMUALDO FARMAKIS
All four girls are Crestview
students.
The event will be held
in conjunction with the
society's fundraising initia-
tives conducted every year
to build scholarship .funds
and to support the organi-
zation's other. charitable
causes.
Announcement of the
winner will be on Corona-


ALIA ERIKA
SCOTKA BALAZS
tion Night at the Crestview
National Guard Armory
on U.S. Highway 90 East
on March 13. The program
starts.at 6 p.m.
For complete details,
including ticket availability,
reservations or informa-
tion about joining the orga-
nization, call Rowena Jehi-
tzen at 902-1837 or Linda
Smudzinski at 682-8221.'


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RECOGNIZING AN EAGLE
ANOTHER CRESTVIEW
EAGLE: At Monday night's
Cresiview City Council
meetirig, Mayor David
S Cadle, left, and council
President Bob Allen
INr cognized the city's
newest Eagle Scout,
Thomas Carrico, whose
Eagle Court of Honorwas-
reported in the Feb. 113
edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin. "The
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a very strong Scouting
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Schueder completes basic
Air Force Airman Matthew W
Schueder graduated from basic
military training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio.
The airman com-
pleted an intensive,
eight-week pro-
gram that included 1"
training in military
discipline and stud- MATTHEW
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values, physical fit-
ness, and basic warfare principles
and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward an
associate in applied science degree
through the Community College of
the Air Force.
He is the son of Jennifer Adams
and Wolfgang Schueder of Crest-
view and a 2008 graduate of Crest-
view High School.

Thomas graduates from basic
Air Force Airman Keondra S.
Thomas graduated from basic
military training at
Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio.
The airman com-
pleted an intensive,
eight-week pro-
gram that included
training in military
discipline and stud- KEONDRA
ies, Air Force core THOMAS
values, physical fit-
ness, and basic warfare principles
and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward an
associate in applied science degree'
through the Community College of
the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Melissa


Thomas, and niece of Louise Thom-
as, both of Crestview. Thomas is a
2009 graduate of Crestview High '<
School.

Fleming graduates from basic
Air Force Airman Jessa G.
Fleming graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio.
The airman com-
pleted an intensive,
eight-week pro-
gram that included
training in military credits toward an
discipline and stud-
ies, Air Force core
values, physical JESSA
fitness, and basic FLEMING
warfare principles a 2008 graduate of
and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward an
associate in applied science degree
through the Community College of
the Air Force.


Fleming is a 2008 graduate of
Crestview High School.

Pack completes basic
Air Force Airman 1st Class
Nicholas R. Pack graduated from
basic military training at Lack-
Base, San Antonio.
completed an in-
tensive, eight-week
program that in-
cluded training in
military discipline
and studies, Air NICHOLAS
Force core values, PACK
physical fitness,
and basic warfare principles


and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of William and
Catherine Pack of Crestview and
a 2009 graduate of Crestview High
School.

Stewart completes
Navy basic training
Navy Seaman Recruit Heather
L. Stewart, daughter of Margaret
J. Hebert of Crestview, and David
J. Hebert of Lake City, Fla., re- .
cently completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training Com-
mand, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Stewart completed a variety
of training exercises which includ-
ed classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs, first
aid, firefighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and air-
craft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This,
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. Battle Stations
is designed to galvanize the basic
warrior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and endur-
ance in each recruit through the
practical application of basic Navy
skills and the core values of Hon-
or, Courage and Commitment. Its
distinctly "Navy" flavor was de-
signed to take into account what it
means to be a Sailor.
Stewart is a 2003 graduate of
Crestview High School of Crest-
view.


Okaloosa County CERT has a new Web site


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Community
Emergency Response Team has a
new Web site at http://okaloosa.cert-
central.com which will be utilized for
posting training, meetings, CERT
items of interest and other updates
online. The CERT program is an of-


ficial emergency preparedness pro-
gram administered under the Feder-
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preparedness for hazards that may
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Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
T-BONED: This Ford Mustang was struck on its
passenger's side during an 8 a.m. collision at the
intersection of Hickory Avenue and Brett Street
Thursday morning. ,


BASHED FRONT END: The front end of this Ford Taurus
sustained impact damage during a Thursday morning
accident. In her description of events to Crestview
Police, a passenger in the Mustang claimed the
woman operating the Taurus disregarded the stop
sign at Brett Street.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
An 8 a.m. collision at
the intersection of Hickory
Avenue and Brett Street
Thursday slowed morn-
ing traffic as emergency
responders arrived at the
scene. An older white Ford
Taurus, apparently travel-
ing south on Brett Street,'
struck the passenger side
of an older red Ford Mus-
tang headed west on Hick-
ory Avenue.
There did not appear to
be any injuries.
One of the passengers
in the Mustang, which in-
cluded two toddler-aged
children and two women,


was heard telling the re-
sponding Crestview Police
officer that the woman
driving the Taurus disre-
garded the Brett Street
stop sign.
The Taurus sustained
damage to the front end,
while the passenger's side
of the Mustang was sub-
stantially impacted, indi-
cating a "T-bone" collision.
Both vehicles maneuvered
out of the intersection into
the parking lot of the Sey-
mour dental practice.
An Okaloosa County
EMS ambulance rapidly ar-
rived on the scene, closely
followed by units from the
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Crestview News Bulletin I 9


Please turn in your
church news briefs to the
News Bulletin by 5 p.m.
Tuesday for the Saturday
issue.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
AGLOW MEETING:
The next Fort Walton
Beach Aglow meeting will
feature guest speaker
Aida Spina on March 11
at Marina Bay Resort, 80
Miracle Strip Parkway in
Fort Walton Beach. Coffee
and fellowship are at 9:30
a.in. and the meeting
starts at 10 a.m. Details:
Barbara Williams, 678-1335
or fwbaglow@yahoo.com.
ANNIVERSARY &
DEDICATION: The
congregation of All God's
Children & the Living
Word Worship Center at
40 S. John Sims Parkway-
in Valparaiso will host
their pastor's (Walter
and first lady Barbara
Williams) first anniversary
and new church building
dedication Sunday, March
21, at 3 p.m. Guests are
Pastor Darrell Coleman
and the Praise, Power &
Compassion Ministries
of Crestview. Dinner will
be served prior to the
program. The community
is invited to attend. For
more information, contact
Deacon Tripp at 796-2842,
Deacon Harris at 621-7312
or Deacon Stokes at 855-
3933.

EVENTS
AWANA will be held
through May from 6 to 7:30
p.m. at Antioch Baptist
Church, 4796 Antioch
Road, Crestview. Children
ages 3 and older through
high school teens are
invited to attend. For
details, call 682-4297 from
9 a.m. to noon Monday
through Thursday.
EPIPHANY
TAILGATE SALES:
are held on the first.
Saturday of the month.
Funds generated are used
for Epiphany Episcopal
Church's outreach
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activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available
inside.
Call Mary at 665-3437
for details. The church
is at 424 Garden St. in
Crestview.
BORN TO WIN:
Radio show airs every
day at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT
90.1 FM. Presented by
Northwest Florida Church
of God, pastored by Carl
Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA:
The Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
is designed for those
seeking one or more of the
Sacraments of Initiation;
Baptism, Confirmation
and Eucharist. This
formation process is the
church's approved method
for individuals to become
members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are
held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7 to
9 p.m. each Wednesday
evening. Details: Susan
Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport
Road Church of Christ
is offering a free Bible
correspondence course.
Call 682-4025 for more
information. The radio
program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM. ,
BOOK OF
REVELATION STUDY:
Each Sunday evening at
5 p.m., the Good Hope
Congregational Church
presents the study of the
Book of Revelation. The
Rev. Tommy Coleman will
be presenting the study,
anid there will be finger
foods to follow. Anyone
interested may join.
Call 537-4307 for more
information.
SQUARE DANCING:
The New Bethel Methodist
Church hosts square
dancing in the Fellowship
Hall on Thursdays at 7
p.m. Come out for fun and-
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A man wanted in connec-
tion with an armed carjack-
ing in Crestview Wednesday
morning was arrested Thurs-
day in Pensacola.
Crestview resident HA
Charles Blake Jackson, 24, JACI
was captured while attempt-
ing to carjack another vehicle.
at knifepoint, according to a Pen-
sacola Police Department press re-
lease. I
At 3:05 p.m., Jackson allegedly
approached a woman on Bayfront
Parkway and demanded her car
while wielding a knife, the press re-
lease states. According to the report,


the woman was unharmed, son was armed with a gun.
and Jackson sped away in "The store employee opened the
her 2007 Chevrolet Malibu. register, and the suspect reached
Within minutes, police across, grabbed some cash and fled
were in pursuit, and Jackson the business in an unknown direc-
was arrested at 3:15 p.m. at tion," the press release states.
the intersection of Pace Bou- Jackson is also a suspect ,in a
levard and Barrancas Av- Wednesday carjacking on Dixie
iRLES enue, police said. Street in Crestview where a woman
oES "Jackson also was want- said a man wielding a kitchen-style
KSON ed for the armed robbery knife demanded her truck.
of Dollar General, at 2601 The man took the truck, a black
W Cervantes St., which occurred 2002 Chevrolet pickup, and left the
around 8:30 a.m. this morning after scene, leaving the woman behind
he entered the business, picked up unharmed.
a soft drink, put it on the counter The wallet and identification of
and passed a note.demanding cash the woman in Crestview, who has
to the male employee," the press re- not been named, was recovered in
lease states. Pensacola, a Crestview Police De-
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15 quilts donated to nursing home

Special to the News Bulletin
Being the tiniest unit in the vast Fort
Walton Beach Stake of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints does not keep
the members of the Paxton Branch from
performing huge acts of service.
With an active membership of just more
than one dozen, four ladies tookup the slack
and stitched and sewed until they had cre-
ated 15 lovely quilts. After member Nadine
Brassel donated the material, the members
of the.women's Relief Society decided they
would do this project to benefit the mem-
bers of the Florala Health Care and Reha-
bilitation LLC. The ladies met four times for
nearly two hours each and saw their project
completed and delivered to the delighted pa-
tients.
Relief Society President Christiane Sny-
der and her counselor, Loni Coleman, said,
"It was such a good feeling to see the faces
of those receiving the quilts. They put them
on at once, and their smiles were something
to.see." Grace Harris and Nell Peebles were
the rest of the team of amazing quilters.
These ladies from the Paxton Branch are ..
living up to the banner quote on their Web
site, which includes the words, "Succor the
weal?-
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
The members of the Florala Branch willA
join the entire Fort Walton Stake in the sec- A GOOD WORK: Examining one of the quilts sewn by the Paxton
ond annual Day of Service in the southeast Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are
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CIVIL ACTION quired to serve a copy
of your written db-
COUNTRYWIDE HOME fenses, if any, on or
LOANS, INC., before 3-24-10, on
Plaintiff, Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
CASE NO.: attorney, whose ad-
46-2008-CA-006391 dress is 9119 Corpo-
vs. rate Lake Drive, Suite
DIVISION: 300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
JOHN H. CAMPBELL final with this Court ei-
et al, their before service on
Defendantss. Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
AMENDED NOTICE be entered against you
OF ACTION for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-.
TO: tuition.
C AT R I O N A
MCBRAYER This notice shall be,
LAST KNOWN AD- published once each
DRESS: 2 4 5 week for two consecu-
Highway Ave NE tive weeks in the Crest-
Fort Walton Beach, FL view News Bulletin.
32547 ,
WITNESS my hand and
CURRENT ADDRESS: the seal of this Court
UNKNOWN on this 10 day of Feb-
ruary, 2010.


ANY AND ALI' UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-
.DRESS: U N.' -
KNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:

LOT 3,. BLOCK 5,
AMENDED MAP OF
GARNIER BEACH,
ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
156, PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA

has been filed against
you and you are re-


Don W. Howard .
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk

Invoice to'& Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018'
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
COUNTRYCAL-SPECFHL
MC-F08092253 ,
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance
with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250' N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL,. 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding

02/20/10
02/27/10


Legal # 100983

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE'
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,

CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-004710
vs. DIVI -
SION:

ANTHONY C. HART, et
al,

Defendantss.

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
February 8, 2010 and
entered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-004710 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and ANTHONY
C.' HART; JULIA LYNN
HART; USAA FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANK; are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE.COM
at 11:00AM, on the 12
day of March 2010, the
following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:

LOT 30, AMENDED
PLAT OF SOUTH-
WIND PHASE V, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGE 100,
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
LESS AND EXCEPT
COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHERMOST
CORNER OF LOT 30
OF THE AMENDED
PLAT OF SOUTH-
WIND PHASE V, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-


1 1100 1
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGE 100
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,1
THENCE SOUTH 44
DEGREES 19 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
NORTHEASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID
*LOT 30 A DISTANCE
OF 20.2 FEET TO THE
POINT OF '.BEGINN-
ING; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 44 DE-
GREES 19 MINUTES
09 SECONDS EAST
12.0 FEET; THENCE
DEPARTING SAID
NORTHERLY BOUND-
.ARY, RUN SOUTH 45'
DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 51 SECONDS
WEST 1.10 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 44
DEGREES 19 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS
WEST 12.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 45
DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 51 SECONDS
EAST 1.10 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING.

A/K/A 1325 WINDRUSH
COVE, NICEVILLE, FL
325780000

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on February, 11'
2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:K Brown
Deputy Clerk

Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Grbup, RL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F08069790-CHASEDI-
RECT-CONV-
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
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Legal # 100982

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA


S 1100 I 1100
immediately thereafter; ESTATES SUBDIVI-
otherwise a default will SION, according to the
be entered against you plat thereof, as re-
for the relief demanded corded in Flat Book 22,
in the Complaint or pe- Page 1, of the Public
tuition: Records .of Okaloosa
County, Florida, .


cities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 or at,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

02/20/10
02/27/10


Legal # 100984

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-'
CUlT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

'WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA, .
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-006593
vs.
DIVISION:

PATRICK M. MOONEY
et al,
Defendant(s).

AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION

TO:
PATRICK M. MOONEY
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 2 0 2
Windward Passage
Unit #308
Clearwater, FL 33767

CURRENTADDRESS: 202
Windward Passage
Unit #308
Clearwater, FL 33767

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY -CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: U N -
KNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that ,an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida: .

CONDOMINIUM UNIT
818, SUNDESTIN IN-
TERNATIONAL, A
CONDOMINIUM AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 1269,
PAGE 1581, OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 1274,
PAGE 281, OFFICIAL
RECORD BOOK 1282,
PAGE 1589 AND OF-
FICIAL RECORD
BOOK 1304, PAGE
1843, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTER-
EST IN THE COMMON
ELEMENTS APPUR-
TENANT' THERETO
AS SET FORTH IN
SAID DECLARATION

has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before 3-25-10, on
Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or


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WITNESS
the sea
on this
ruary, 20

Don W.
Clerk of
By: Anit
As Depu

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Florida
Group, I
RO. Box
Tampa,
33622-5
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9107221
**See
Disability
IMPORT

with the
Disability
sons
needing
common
ipate in
should
Adminis
James'
East,
32536-3
number
689-500
7497;,
ceeding
(850) 65



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Disability
sons
needing
common
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02/20/1
02/27/1

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Deputy Clerk

IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERICAN
WITH DISABILITY ACT
OF 1990, PERSONS
NEEDING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING,
SHOULD CONTACT
THE ASA COORDINA-
TOR NO LATER THAN
SEVEN DAYS PRIOR
TO THE PROCEED-
INGS. IF HEARING IM-
PAIRED, PLEASE CALL
1-800-955-9771 (TDD)
OR (800) 955-8770
(VOICE) ,VIA FLORIDA
RELAY SERVICE

02/24/10
02/27/10


Legal# 100985

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA FIRST JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA CASE NO:
09-CP-1402

IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARK G. WEATH-
ERLY, SR.,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of MARK G.
WEATHERLY, SR.,
deceased,whose date
of death was Novem-
ber 12, 2009, File Num-
ber 09-CP-1402 is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is
Okaloosa County Clerk
of Circuit Court, 101
Highway 90, Crestview,
Florida .32536., The
names and addresses
of the personal repre-
sentative and the per,
sonal representative's
attorney are set forth
below.

All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice' is required to be
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
against decedent's, es-
tate must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NO-
TICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THIS PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation, of this notice is
February 20, 2010.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Connie Roper, Esquire
RO. Box 249
Crestview, Florida
32536
Telephone
850-683-3940
Florida Bar No.:
0811971

Personal Representa-
tive
Robert Weatherly
1001 Mapoles Street
Crestview Florida
32539

02/20/10
02/27/10


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notice shall be
ed once each which includes any and
or two consecu- all strips and gores of
eks in the Crest- land adjacent to and
ws Bulletin. used in connection, with
the above-described
SS my hand and real property, and all
al of this Court- right, title and interest
11 day of Feb- in, to, over and under
010. the ways, streets, side-
walks and alleys ad-
Howard joining the
the Court above-described real
aCantrall property, including but
uty Clerk not limited to all ease-
ments, licenses and
to & Copy to: privileges thereto, and
Default Law all buildings, structures
RL. and improvements of
x25018 every kind and de-
Florida scription, if any,
018 erected or placed
SPECFHLMC-FO thereon .and all materi-
1 als, placed thereon in
Americans with any way used or to be
ies Act used in connection,
TANT with the use, enjoy-
meint, occupancy or
In accordance operation of the real
e Americans with p r .o p e r t y
ies Act, per- above-described, and
with disabilities all personal property,
special ac- intangibles and other
dation to partic- collateral owned by
n this proceeding Borrower, WYATT,
contact Court INC., affixed to, associ-
stration at 101 ated with, or located on
Lee Boulevard the above-described
Crestview, FL, real property, all fix-
1515; telephone tures, personal prop-
(850) erty, all rents, reve-
00, Extension nues, issues profits,
prior to the pro- proceeds, Income, ac-
g. ,or Shalimar counts, accounts re-
51-7497 ceivable, escrows, se-
curity deposits, im-
IMPORTANT pounds, reserves, tax
refunds and other
In accordance rights to monies from
e Americans .with, the real property or the
ties Act, .per- business and operation
with disabilities conducted by Borrower
g special ac-- thereon, all contract.
nation to partic- rights, all leases,
i this proceeding whether written or oral,
contact Court together with all secu-
stration at 1250 rity therefore and all
Eglin Parkway, monies payable there-
ar, FL, 32579; under, all interests In all
ne number purchase agreements
51-7497, prior to now or hereinafter en-
ceeding. tered into for any of the
Property, all construc-
0 tion plans and specifi-
0 cations, architectural
plans, engineering
plans and specifica-
# 100986 tions, permits, govern-
mental or
THE CIRCUIT quasi-governmental ap-
PURT OF THE provals, licenses, utility
T JUDICIAL CIR- reservations and rights
CUIT to receive utility ser-
N AND FOR vices, and all rights to
OOSA COUNTY, and. under fees or
FLORIDA charges paid by or
DIVISION CASE credits granted to Bor-
2009-CA-1452-S rower or on its behalf in
VISION :WFS connection with the
Land, zoning or land
OF AMERICA, use approval, and gen-
a national bank- eral intangibles includ-
ociation ing all of Borrower's
right, title and interest
(but not the obliga-
INC., 'a Florida tons) in and to all
nation, DEREK E. agreements, licenses,
KRISTEN .L. permits and contracts
JIMMY PAR- which relate to the
JILDERS, INC., a Property, all insurance
corporation, policies, all obligations
rON. MANOR, and indebtedness
a Florida limited owed to Borrower, all
company, intellectual property re-
,N ESTATES lated to the real prop-
RTY OWNERS erty, and all chases in
1ATION, INC., a action and causes of
not-for-profit action relating to the
nation, and real property, all as
VOOD ESTATES more completely de-
RS ,ASSOCIA- scribed in the Real Es-
INC., a Florida tate Mortgage, Assign-
profit corpora- ment and Security
Agreement, recorded in
ants. Official Records Book
2231, Page 4655, of the
TICE OF SALE public records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
E IS HEREBY ida (the "Property"),
that pursuant to at public sale, to the
ulated and De- highest and best bid-
inal Judgment of der, for cash, at
sure entered in www.okaloosa.realfordlose.co
ove-styled cause m at 11:00 am.,
Circuit Court of on
sa County, Flor- March 12,2010
will sell the follow-
operty situated in ANY PERSON CLAIM-
sa County, Flor- ING AN IN INTEREST IN
cribed as:. THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
I OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
16, Block A, AS OF THE DATE OF
,N ESTATES, THE LIS PENDENS
ng to the plat MUST FILE A CLAIM
as recorded in WITHIN SIXTY (60)
ook 21, Page 77, DAYS AFTER THE
Public Records SALE.
kaloosa County,
DATED Feb. 11,2010
L II DON W HOWARD
Clerk of the Circuit
22, 24 and 25, Court
C, TRAILWOOD By: K Brown.
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IN THE CIRCUIT the
COURT OF THE in
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Flo
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, UN
FLORIDA CIVIL AC- RIV
TION CASE NO.: A
46-2008-CA-005437 AC
DIVISION D I
TH
HSBC MORTGAGE CO
SERVICE INC. RE
Plaintiff, 277
TH
vs. OR
CO
EDWARD C. WAL- TO
TON, ET AL, UN
Defendant(s). ES'
ELI
NOTICE OF RE- TEl
SCHEDULED FORE- AS
CLOSURE SALE, SAI
,- AN
NOTICE IS HEREBY ME
S..GIVEN pursuant to and
*Order Rescheduling has
Foreclosure Sale dated you
February 17, 2010 and quirk
entered in Case NO. of
46-2008-CA-005437 of fens
the Circuit Court of the fore
FIRST Judicial Circuit Floi
in and for OKALOOSA "Grc
County, Florida attc
wherein HSBC MORT- dre
GAGE SERVICES INC, rate
is the Plaintiff and ED- 300
WARD C. WALTON; 336
..ANDREA M. WALTON; final
S.are the Defendants, I thel
*..will sell to the highest Plai
*. and. best bidder for mec
-"-cash. at oth.
-,wwvwoekloosairedoseo be
nm .at 11:00am, for
on the 16th day of in I
April; 2010 the follow- titio
ing described property
as set forth in said Final This
Judgment: pub
wee
LOT 13,' BLOCK A, tive
HIDDEN GLEN, AC- thel
CORDING TO THE letir
PLAT THEREOF AS han
RECORDED IN PLAT this
BOOK 7,PAGE 42, OF day
.THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA Dor
.COUNTY FLORIDA. Clee
V "By:
A/K/A 6119 NORTH
WILLOW LANE, Invi
SCRESTVIEW, FL 32539 Floi
Grc
.Any person claiming 250
an Interest In the sur- Tan
plus from the sale, of 336
any, other then prop- NM
erty owner as of the 091
date of the Us Pend- **S
ens must file a claim Dis
within sixty (60) day TAN
after the sale. I
In
WITNESS MY HAND Am
-and the sear of this ities
-Court on *February 18, disi
'2010. -spe
tior
'Don W. Howard this
Clerk:,. of the Circuit cor
Court trat
By: K Brown Lee
.Deputy Clerk Cre
325
Florida -Default Law nur
Grdup, RL. P.O. Box 68S
'25018 74E
Tampa, Florida cee
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disabilities needing .
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this, proceeding should Leg
Contact Court .'Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
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32536-3515; telephone
Number (850) C
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 or at
.1250 N. Eglirn Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579; CH
telephone number NAI
(850) 651-7497, prior to
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2/27/10 JA
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S Legal # 100990 "

IN THE CIRCUIT TO:
COURT OF THE PE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CO
CUIT Las
IN AND FOR CIO
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 242
FLORIDA DR
CIVIL ACTION FL.
ON
HSBC BANK USA, NA- ACC
TIONAL ASSOCIATION 244
AS TRUSTEE FOR DR
WELLS FARGO ASSET 331
SECURITIES CORPO-
RATION, MORTGAGE A.
ASSET BACKED PASS not
THROUGH neo
CERTIFICATES, Flo
SERIES 2008-AR1, cor
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.: .YO
46-2009-CA-005379 vs.' tha
DIVISION: co

SPAUL SNELLINGS the
A/K/A PAUL M. SNELLI- pro
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Defendantss. EL
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PAUL SNELLINGS MIf
A/K/A PAUL M. SNELU- RE
SNGS 874 Venus Circle CIA
Unit 206 Ft. Walton BO
Beach, FL 32547 14,

CURRENT ADDRESS: TH
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OF
ANY AND ALL UN- CO
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CLAIMING BY, TH
THROUGH, UNDER, ME
AND AGAINSTTH p
HEREIN NAMED INDI- TH
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s been filed against
u and you are re-
red to serve a copy
your written de-
ses, if any, to it, on
ssica Fagen, Attor-
y for Plaintiff, whose
dress is 2901 Stirling
ad, Suite 300, Fort
iderdale, Florida
112 and file the orig-
I with the Clerk of


t an action to fore-
se a mortgage on
following property
OKALOOSA County,
rida:

IT 206, BELLA
VA CONDOMINIUM,
CONDOMINIUM,
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION
EREOF AS RE-
'RDED IN OFFICIAL
CORDS BOOK
7, PAGE 2806, OF
E PUBLIC REC-
DS OF OKALOOSA
IUNTY, FLORIDA,
GETHER WITH AN
DIVIDED INTER-
T IN THE COMMON
EMENTS APPUR-
NANT THERETO
SET FORTH- IN
ID DECLARATION,
D ANY .AMEND-
NTS THERETO

s been filed against
i and you are re-
red to serve a copy
your writteni de-
ses, if any, on or be-
I April 1,2010, on
rida Default Law
iup, P.L., Plaintiffs
irney, whose ad-
ss is 9119 Corpo-
e Lake Drive, Suite
i, Tampa, Florida
34, and file 'the orig-
with this Court ei-
r before service on
intiffs attorney or im-
diately thereafter;
erwise a default will
entered against you
the relief demanded,
the. Complaint. or pe-
n.

s notice 'shall be
ilished once each
ek for two consecu-
weeks in
Crestview News Bul-
n, WITNESS my
id and the seal of
Court on this .18
'of February, 2010.'

n W. Howard
rk of the Court
Tiffany Gardner

olce to & Copy to:
rida Default Law
iup, RL. P.O. Box
018
ipa, Florida
i22-5018
N C-CON V-F 09
446 :t ,
See Americans with
abilities. Act IMPOR-
NT

accordance With the
ericans with Disabil-
s Act, persons with
abilities ,, heeding
ecial accommoda-
n to' participate in
s proceeding should
itact Court Adminis-.
ion, at ,101 James
Boulevard East,
istview," .FL,
536-3515; telephone
mber (850)
1-5000, Extension
17, prior to the pro-
iding. or Shalimar
0) 651-7497 or at
50 N, Eglin Parkway,
alimar, FL, 32579;
phone number
0) 651-7497, prior to
proceeding.

27/10, 4
06/10
|al # 100991

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 2010 CA
000272 C

ASE HOME Fl-
NCE, LLC, Plaintiff,


MES KRUMER; ET
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

: U.R.S., INC., A
N NSYLVANIA
RR
st known address:
0 MARLIN, SAMUEL
21 LAKE PANCOAST
IVE MIAMI BEACH,
33140 & CIO ANY-
E AUTHORIZED TO
CEPT SERVICE
A5 LAKE PANCOAST
MIAMI BEACH, FL.
40

corporation that has
qualified to do busi-
is in the State of
rida Not a Florida.
portion

U ARE NOTIFIED
t an actipn for Fore-
sure of Mortgage on
following described
perty:

ARTMENT NO. 112,
MATADOR CON-
MINIUM, A CON-
MINIUM ACCORD-
S TO THE DECLA-
TION OF CONDO-
NIUM THEREOF AS
CORDED IN OFFI-
\.L RECORDS
OK. 616, PAGE
5, AND ANY
AMENDMENTS
ERETO, OF THE
BLIC RECORDS
OKALOOSA
UNTY, FLORIDA;
GETHER WITH
E COMMON ELE-
NTS, IF ANY, AP-
URTENANT
ERETO, 'SUBJECT
AND IN ACCORD-
CE WITH THE
VENANTS, RE-
RICTIONS, TERMS
D OTHER PROVI-
)NS AS SET
RTH IN SAID DEC-


vs. "the nignest andu ues
bidder for cash at
KENNETH L.' CAMP-' www.okaloosarealreose.co
BELL; LAURIE m at 11:00arn
CAMPBELL; CON- on March 10, 2010, the
SECO FINCANCE following / described
SERVICING CORR property as set forth in
SUCCESSOR BY said Final Judgment, to
MERGER TO GREEN wit:
TREE FINANCIAL
SERVICING CORPO- SEE EXHIBIT A AT--
RATION; FIRST TACHED HERETO
iGREENSBORO HOME
EQUITY, INC.; FORD Any person claiming an
MOTOR CREDIT COM- interest in, the surplus
PANY, from the sale, if any,
Defendants. other than the property.
owner as of the date of.
NOTICE OF ,FORECLO- the Rs pendens must
SURE SALE file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- DON W. HOWARD As
nal Judgment of Fore- Clerk of the Court
closure dated. April 17,
2009, and entered in By: K. Brown
Case No. 2008 CA As Deputy Clerk
005823 C, of the Circuit
Court of the First Judi- Dated this 12th day of
cial Circuit in and for February, 2010.
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein UQUI- IMPORTANT-
DATION PROPERTIES, In accordance with the
INC., is a Plaintiff and Americans with Disabil-
KENNETH L. CAMP-'ities Act, persons need-
BELL; LAURIE CAMP- ing a reasonable ac-
BELL; CONSECO FI- commodation to partic-
NANCE SERVICING ipate in this proceeding
CORR SUCCESSOR should, no later than
BY MERGER TO seven (7) days prior,
GREEN TREE FINAN- contact the Clerk of the
-CIAL SERVICING COR- Court's disability coor-
PORATION; FIRST dinator at 8506517497,
GREENSBORO HOME 1250. N EGLIN' PKWY
EQUITY, INC.; FORD SUITE Al14,
MOTOR CREDIT COM- SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
PANY are the Defend- If hearing impaired,
ants. Don W. Howard contact (TDD)
as The Clerk of the Cir- 8009558771 via. Florida
cult Court will sell to Relay System.
the highest 'and best Publish: CRESTVIEW
bidder for cash at NEWS BULLETIN
wwwokloosa.ealrecose.co Submitted by:
m at 11:00 Ben-Ezra & Katz, RA.
AM., at 11:00 AM on Attomeys for Plaintiff
March 9, 2010, the fol- 2901 Stirling Road,
lowing described prop- Suite, 300 Fort Laud-
erty asset erdale, Florida 33312
forth in said Final Judg- Telephone: (305)
ment to wit: 770-4100 Fax: (305)
653-2329
SEE ATTACHED
MARKED AS EXHIBIT A ATTACHMENT "A" SEE
'EXHIBIT A ATTACHED
Any person claiming an HERETO
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, a/k/a 4338 HASSELL
other than the property RD, CRESTVIEW, FL
owner as of the date of 32536
the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 Exhibit "A"
days after the sale. COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER
IMPORTANT OF SECTION 10,
In accordance with the TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
Americans with' Disabil- RANGE 24 WEST,
cities Act, persons need- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ing a reasonable 'ac- FLORIDA; THENCE
commodation to partic- PROCEED NORTH 89
ipate in this proceeding DEGREES 47 MIN-
should, no later than UTES 34 SECONDS
seven (7) days prier, WEST ALONG THE
contact the Clerk of the SOUTH LINE OF SAID
Court's disability coor- SECTION 10, A DIS-
dinator at (850) *TANCE OF 230.00
651-7497, 1 250 N FEET TO THE INTER-
EGLIN PKWY SUITE SECTION OF SAID
A114, SHAULIMAR FL, SOUTH LINE OF SEC-
32579, If hearing im- TION 10 WITH THE EX-
paired, contact (TDD) TENSION OF THE
(800) 955-8771 via Flor- CENTERLINE OF HAS-
ida Relay System SELL ROAD (60.00
FOOT WIDE EASE-
Submitted by: MENT); THENCE PRO-
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. CEED NORTH 00 DE-
Attomeys for Plaintiff GREES 28 MINUTES
2901 Stirling Road, 00 SECONDS EAST,
Suite 300 Fort Laud- ALONG SAID CENTER-
erdale, Florida 33312 LINE OF HASSELL
Telephone: ( 3 0 5 ) ROAD A DISTANCE OF
770-4100 2340.00 FEET TO THE
Fax: (305) 653-2329 POINT OF BEGINN-
ING; THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 28 MINUTES
EXHIBIT A: 00 SECONDS EAST,
Commencing at a large ALONG SAID CENTER-
post in So. R/W line of LINE A DISTANCE OF
Highland' Ave. and be- 256.90 FEET TO THE
ing 510 feet southerly INTERSECTION OF
and 760 feet Westerly SAID CENTERLINE OF
from NE corner of SE HASSELL ROAD WITH
1/4 of SE 1/4 of section THE CENTERLINE OF
15, 'Township 3 North, RIVERVIEW DRIVE
Range 23 West, runn- (60.00 FOOT WIDE
ing thence westerly 100 EASEMENT); THENCE
feet with South line of PROCEED NORTH 88'
Highland Ave, to a DEGREES 03 MIN-
large post; thence UTES 06 SECONDS
Southerly about 1138 WEST, ALONG SAID
feet and passing an CENTERLINE OF R
iron stake In South VERVIFW DRIVE A DIS-
Section Line to an Iron TANCE OF 230.00
post in No. R/W Une of FEET; THENCE DE-
L and N RR; thence PARTING SAID CEN-
Southeasterly with RR TERLINE PROCEED
about 105 feet to an SOUTH 00 DEGREES
iron post in SW Corner 36 MINUTES 31 SEC-
of Ray Shoffner tract; ONDS WEST, A DIS-
thence Northerly with TANCE OF 30.01
West line of Roy FEET; THENCE PRO-
Shoffner tract about CEED SOUTH 00 DE-


1 1100
this Court before
April 1, 2010 otherwise
a default will be en-
tered against you for
the relief demanded in
the complaint.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 18 day of Febru-
ary, 2010

Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By:Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Publish:> CRESTVIEW
NEWS BULLETIN

In. accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable' ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should, no later than
seven (7) days' prior,
contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at 8506517497,
1250 N EGL1N PKWY
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If ,hearing impaired,
contact : (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.

This is an attempt to
collect a debt. ,Any in-
formation obtained will
be used for that pur-.
pose.

02/27/10
03/06/10 .

LEGAL#120490

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
CASE NO. 2008 CA
005823 C

LIQUIDATION PROP-
ERTIES, INC., Plaintiff,


Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
Est. Open 7 days/wk
Lic/Ins, 850-461-1491

HANDYMAN^


Gunter Enterprises
LLC
Home Improvement
specialist. Drywall re-
pair painting interior-
exterior, weather proof-
ing, deck & fence. Cer-
tified Home Inspector
30 yrs. exp. Call
758-5712

L tter Hap'pens
is T


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17~ rar.o~satr


Lawn Tek LLC
Ucensed & Insured
Bobcat Services Land-
scaping Irrigation Palm
Tree Installation Sod &
Dirt work. Trenching &
Debris hauling Free Es-
timates Owner Brad
Overly 850-865-3266
Springs ComingI
Man with truck will
clean up yards and
haul off most anything
you dont want Very
reasonable rates. Call
anytime from 8am to
8pm 902-3687




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Interior & Exterior Pres-
sure Cleaning Repair
Work 20+ yrs. exp.
Free estimates
305-0109


and Assistants
Med Surg
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Operating Room
Manager
RN's and LPN's
Business Office
Billing & Admitting
Clerks
Dietary &
Housekeeping
Aids
Radiology
Radiology Techs
Apply in person or
fax resume to
(850)892-7079
Web ID #34080362


Medical/Health

Medical Office
Specialist
Crestview, need
friendly outgoing per-
son for busy multi doc-
tor practice. Must have
medical office exp. Ex-
cellent computer skills,
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abilities. FT w/ benefits
great work environ-
ment, Fax resume to
689-3745
Web id 34077598


1170 feet and passing
an iron stake in South
section line of section
15 to a Point of Beginn-
ing. And being Lot 8,
Block 5, Opportunities
(unrecorded) Second
Addition to Shoffner
city, Said tract line In
both Sections 15 and
22 North of the RR.
TOGETHER WITH A
MOBILE HOME VIN
#FLFLT79A12368HE21
AND FLFLT79B
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2/20/2010
2/27/2010

LEGAL#1204941

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND'FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 2009 CA,
002587 C

SUNTRUST MORT-
GAGE, INC,
Plaintiff,
vs.

LOIS DIANNE MCDON-
ALD at. al. Defendants.

;NOTICE "OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE'

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Fore-
closure dated February
10, 2010, and entered
ir Case No. 2009 CA
002587 C, of the Circuit
Court of the First Judi-
cial Circuit in and for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida wherein'
SUNTRUST .MORT-
GAGE, INC, is a Plain-
tiff and LOIS DIANNE
MCDONALD; WILLIAM
R CRAMER are the De-
'fendants. I will sell to


hearing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.







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I 1100 I 0 I 0 3220 I
GREES 28 MINUTES WITHIN THE LATER
00 SECONDS WEST, A OF THREE MONTHS
DISTANCE OF 233.88 AFTER THE TIME 'OF
FEET; THENCE PRO- FIRST PUBLICATION Mattress, King Size,
CEED SOUTH 89 DE- OF THIS NOTICE OR pillowtop, with founda-
GREES 47 MINUTES 30 DAYS AFTER THE tions, NEW, can de-
34 SECONDS EAST, A DATE OF SERVICE OF liv.$245, 850-471-0330
DISTANCE OF 230.00 A COPY OF THIS NO-
FEET TO THE POINT TICE ON THEM.
OF BEGINNING OF All other creditors of
THE PARCEL HEREIN the decedent and other
DESCRIBED. THE persons having claims
EAST 30.00 FEET AND or demands against New Full size Mattress
THE NORTH 30.00 -decedent's estate must with box & warranty, in
FEET OF SAID PAR- file their claims with this plastic, $120. Can De-
CEL SUBJECT TO court WITHIN 3 liver 850-471-0330.
EASEMENT. MONTHS AFTER TIlHE
DATE OF THE FIRST
2/20/2010 PUBLICATION .OF ,;,
2/27/2010 THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
Legal #100988 FILED WITHIN THE 3230
IN THE CIRCUIT TIME PERIODS SET
IN THE CIRCUIT FORTH IN SECTION
COURT IN THE FIRST 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IDA PROBATE CODE
AND FOR OKALOOSA WILL BE FOREVER Crestview: 748 South
COUNTY, FLORIDA BARRED. Wilson St. Sat 8am
CASE NO.: NOTWITHSTANDING -5pm.
09-CA-1476-S DIVI- THE TIME PERIODS Lots of fabric, Serger
SION: WFS SET FORTH ABOVE, thread and mic items
SANY CLAIM FILED
COMPASS BANK T (2)Y EARS OR
Plaintiff, MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF .,'
va. DEATH IS BARRED. -
THOMASaA. MAAR.,
THOMAS At. MARR Date of first publication -
Defendants. of the Notice of Admin-

NOTICE OF SALE istration: February 27,
NOTICE OF.SALE 2010.
NOTICE is hereby Attomey for Petitioner Help Wanted
given that, pursuant to Jason R Moulton 4100 Help Wanted
the Order of Summary 660 North Ferdon n-Employment
Judgment of Foreco- 660 North Ferdon Information
Jugme in the cause n Boulevard, Suite A
sure in the:cause, in Ce-i -r-
the Circuit Court of 32536 (850) 689-1474
Okaloosa County, Flor- Flrida Bar No 4
icFar Iawill sell the prop- Flrida Bar No. 4100
ida, I will sell the-prop- 0150126
erty situated in FoodServ/Hospiality
Okaloosa County, Flor- Personal' Representa- /Hospta
dadescribedas: tive: Jeffreyr L. Buess Front Desk &
101 Oakctest Drive
Unit No. 209 of Sum- Crestview, Floridia Housekeeping
mee Place Condomin- 32539 Now HiringI Apply in
ium, a Condominium, .' Person between 8 am
according to The Dec- 2/27/2010 to 3 pm. Country Inn &
laration of Condomin- 3/6/2010 Suites in Crestview.
lum record n O.R. Web id 34081010
Book '2476, 'Page -- -_________
2619, and as recorded
In Condominium Plat Food Srvc/Hospitality
Book 10, Pages 40, 1 Al oi n
41, &42and allexhlb--- All Postions
thereof, Public ontf White Male Very young for Cracker Barrel of
Okaloosa county, looking 72 5. 8" salt & Crestview. Exp. and
lriod y' pepper hair: Owns Nights & weekends a
Fr home. Don't smoke or must. 682-8804 Apply
And which postal ad- drink. I am looking for a anytime. EOE
dress is: nice honest lady that
ressis, would appreciate a
111.1 Santa Rosa very nice man. If there Medical/Health
Blvd., Unit #209, Ft is a lonely lady out
Walon Beach, F there that s as lonely-GENTIV
32548. n, as I am; please call or ENTIVA
write to LRB PO Box
h 876 Cristview, Fl.
at Public, Sale to the'32536 or all Registered
highest bidder, for cash 8508803 8 N urser
a t850-68 38 Nurse
www.okaloosreallbrclose.co RN in Home Care
m at 11:00. Crestview & Fort Wal-
a.m. on the 26 day of ton Beach areas
March, 2010.'
/ I believe in working for
ANY PERSON CLAIM- i a company that cares
ING AN INTEREST IN as much as I dol
THE SURPLUS FROM Gentiva Home Health
THE. SALE, IF, ANY, offers our registered
OTHER THAN THE nurses and physical
THE PROPERTY iPErTANIAiPS therapists a unique em-
OWNER AS OF THE ployment package that
DATE Ol THE LIS 2100- Pets includes:
PENDENSMSTFILE2110- Pets Free to
PENDENS MUST FILE Good Home
A CLAIM .WITHIN 60 2120- Pet Supplies o Unprecedented op-
DAYS AFTER THE 2130 Farm Animals/ portunities for career
SALE. Supplies growth
2140 Pets/Livestock Clinical ladder for
WITNESS my hand and 2150 Panted professional credential-
the Seal of this Court ing and advancement
this 19 day of February Innovative specialties
2010 with cutting-edge train-
2 ing and development
Clerk of the Circit 2100 ing and dFlexible full-time,
Court benefited pay per visit
By: K Brown Chihuahua puppies, positions
Deputy Clerk ready March 7th. Ask- Competitive pay and
ing $500 taking depos- comprehensive benefit
02/27/10 its now 305-9502 package .
03/06/10
03/06/1 20 4 9 -,' As a Gentiva Home
LEGAL.#120498 Health nurse or thera-
ITE T .' pist, we give you every-
IN THE CIRCUIT thing you needyto make
COURT IN AND FOR the most of your ca-

FLORIDA PROBATE vanced -education and
DIVISION FILE training, the latest re-
NO:10-CP-111 MERCHtANISE sources and the
IN RE: ESTATE OF' 3100 Antiques industry's highest
PROBATE DIVISION 3110 Applinces standardsofclinicalex-
PATRICIA A. BUESS 3120 Arts & Crafts cellence
PARII .BUESS 3130 Auctions
DECEASED. 3140 Baby Items Ready for the best?
3150 Building Supplies Call 1-866-Gentiva
NOTICE TO CREDI- 3160 Business Or visit careers at
TORS .Equipment
TRS 3170 CollectIbles gertiva.com
Th administration of 3180 Computers -Email: Danyell.howell
The administration of 3190 Electronics @gentiva.com
the estate of PATRICIA 3200 Firewood
A. BUESS, deceased, 3210- Free Pass It On Come home to Gentiva
whose date of death. 3220 -Furniture health.
was January 2 2010 is 3230- Garage/Yard Sales Home
Spending ry in Circuit 324- gns America's home health-
.. .. 3250 Good Things to Eat care leader.
Court .for Okaloosa 3260- Health & Fitness
County, Florida, Pro- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing EOE
bate Bivision, the ad- 3280 Machinery/ WEB ID 34081734
dress of which is Equipment
Okaloosa County 3290 Medical Equipment-
3300- Miscellaneous
Courthouse, Crestview, 8310 Mucal Instruments Medical/Health
Florida- The names 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
and addresses of the Supplies Hatm r
personal representative 3330- Restaurant/Hotel Healthmark
and the personal 3340- Sporting Goods RegiOnal
representative's attor- 3360 Tickets (Buy & Sell) Medical Ctr.
ney are set forth below. Medical Ctr.
All creditors of the de- 3 4413 U.S. Highway
cedent and other per- r 331 South, DeFunlak
sons having claims or I 3220 Springs, FL 32435
demands against (850) 951-4507
decedent's estate on Brand Name Pillowtop Taking applications
whom a copy of this Set, Queen, in plastic, for:
notice is required to be warranty inrcl. $179, Home Health
served must file their Deliv avail. RN's&Aids
claims with this court 850-255-3050 Physical Therapists


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8100 Business/
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6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
5150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Crestview 2 br, 1 ba
w/fireplace, garage &
large back yard. Lo-
cated at 2912B Cres-
cent Ave. $650. mo +
$650. dd. Call 850-
537-0141 / 902-6633

Crestview Free rent 1
month Lg, 2BR/1 BA
Quiet, Gated, NO Pets.
Call 682,4990/585-5012
$550. mo + $500. DD

Crestview- 1bd '1 ba,
Avail. March 1, 1 yr
lease req. No pets.
$395 mo. + deposit.
call 978-6305

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Notice
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Housing Act which
makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference,
imitation or discrimina-
tion based on race,
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or national origin, or an
intention, to make any
such preference, limita-
tion or discrimination"
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or legal custodians,
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people securing cus-
tody of children under.
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7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 -Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
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- 7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Heal Estate
7200 Timeshare


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Crestview- 1997, Park
Model MH. 1/1, New
App., W/D,. New W/H,
metal roof, & tile floors.
8ft x 14ft front deck,
trailer set up on MH lot.
2 metal sheds. $9000
Call Mike 850-398-1367

For Sale
Buy Owner
.Andalusia Alabama
ready to move in
3 br, 2 ba,
laundry room,
formal dinning,
2 stone fire places,
ceramic floors
in living area,
carpet in bedroonrs,
2 car garage,
"4.5 acres. lots of
storage newly
renovated
City living with Coun-
try Atmosphere
Adalusian, pleasant
home and Straughn
School District
appraised at
261,000 Asking
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Block 9 Doves Way.
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
Crestview at Tallahassee
tournament, TBA
Tuesday
High school baseball
Crestview at Mosley, JV
4 p.m./V7 p.m.
Ponce de Leon at Baker,
6:30 p.m.
High school softball
Baker at Freeport, JV
4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Niceville at Crestview,
JV 4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
High school tennis
.Crestview at Escambia,
3:30 p.m.

BRIEFS
- Bulls Give Back
baseball tournament
Saturday and Sunday,
March 6 and 7, the North
Florida Bulls traveling
baseball organization will
have a charity tourna-
ment to support Okaloosa
County middle school
.baseball. Traveling teams
from all over the Southeast
will be invited to partici-
pate.
The tournament will be
held at'several locations
in Fort Walton Beach
because of the number
of teams involved. Alt
proceeds from gate fees,
concessions and entry fees
will be divided equally
among the eight Okaloosa
County middle schools:
Pryor, Meigs, Bruner,
Destin, Ruckel, Lewis, Da-
vidson and Shoal River"
The middle school base-
ball teams will be scrim-
maging against each other
starting at 9 a.m. Satur-
day, March 6, at Pryor.
and Meigs middle schools.
Admission will be $3 at
the middle schools and $5
at all other locations.
YMCA children's
basketball
The Crestview YMCA
needs coaches andc
referees for youth basket-
ball leagues for children
.ages 2-14. Registration
for the leagues continues
through March 10. For
more information, contact
the YMCA or call Glenn
Scott or Adora James at
689-2999.
YMCA teen/high
school basketball
#The Crestview YMCA
is holding registration
for teen and high school
basketball leagues.
The teen league is for
ages 13-15. The high
school league is for ages
16-18.
The season will run from
March 6 through May
8, with games played at
ROC on Ferdon Boule-
vard.
Cost is $36 for YMCA
members and $48 for
nonmembers.
For more information,
call 689-2999.
YMCA Smallest
Winner Challenge
Those wanting to shed
extra pounds might want
to check out the YMCA's
Smallest Winner Chal-
lenge.
The challenge is an
eight-week program
designed to help partici-
pants develop a healthier
lifestyle. It will consist of
Weekly weigh-ins, body-fat
checks, seminars, training.
and a support system that
incorporates a team con-
cept in losing weight.
Individual and team
prizes will be awarded
May 1 at the Winner
Celebration.
The challenge will run
from March 13 through
April 24.
Cost is $50 for YMCA
members and $100 for
nonmembers.
For more information, call
the YMCA at 689-2999.


Gators fall in semifinals


I Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER For the second
straight year, Baker's boys bas-
ketball team fell in the Class 2A
regional semifinals as the Gators
lost to Pensacola Christian Acad-
emy 44-22 on Tuesday night.
It might be cliche, but the
game was much closer than the
final score indicated; at the end
of the third quarter, the Warriors
led 22-19.
But 3-point baskets by David
Hawkins and Pablo Morales in the
first minute of the fourth quarter
pushed the PCA (23-2) lead to 28-
19. A Jon Andrews score made it
30-19.
Just when all hope seemed
lost, Chad Donley drained a 3-
pointer for the Gators. Neither
* team scored during a two-minute
stretch before a Jarrod Batson
field goal pulled Baker to within
. six points, with the Warriors lead-
ing 30-24.
Batson's basket would be
Baker's last of the season as PCA
scored 10 of the last 14 points
from the free-throw line to seal
the win.
In what seemed destined to
be a low-scoring game from the
outset, the Warriors led 5-2 at the
end of the first quarter and 16-8
at the half.
"When we hold that team to
16 points in a half,' we've done
our job defensively," Gator coach
Mike Martello said.
The Gators (21-7) finally found
the range in the third quarter
behind the shooting of Colton
Henry, who hit a pair of 3-point-
ers. Batson hit a 3-pointer of his
own, and Donley hit a pair of free
throws as Baker had what turned
out to be their best quarter of the
game with 11 points. '
It wasn't as though the Baker
players took bad shots. Several
balls seemed to be halfway down
the hole, only to rim out at the
last second in a frustrating shoot-
ing night.
"We tried to make some ad-
justments offensively to give us a
better look on the outside, and we
were getting those looks," Mar-
tello said. "I felt like the shots we


Senior Chad Donley shoots the ball
,during his last game as a Baker.
Gator.


nobos Dy ANNi rANN |L restview News Buiietin
Baker's Jarrod Batson has the ball knocked away as he shoots
past Pensacola Christian defender Jon Andrews during the
Gators' heartbreaking lost in the regional semifinals.


were taking, for the most part,
weren't hurried and weren't aw-
ful shots. They just, for whatever
reason, weren't going down to-
night."
The poor shooting night didn't'
affect Baker's defense as, the
Gators harassed PCA's leading
scorer Michael Goetsch, holding
him to one field goal in the third
quarter and six free throws in the
fourth quarter.
With Goetsch held in check,
Hawkins picked up the slack for
the Warriors, scoring a game-
high 14 points.


Martello would have liked his
. team's chances had he known be-
fore the game the Gators would
hold Goetsch to eight points.
"I wouldn't have believed it,
first of all," he said. "I thought 10
or 12 points in the district finals
was a defensive feat in itself.
"When we hold him to one field
goal, I expect to win the game..
If we hold him to single digits,
I think we win the game going
away. It just didn't work out that
way tonight."
Donley and Batson led Baker
in scoring with eight points each.


Christian Mainor goes to the basket
for the Baker Gators.


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
At approximately 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day, the 2009-10 basketball season
officially came to an end for area
schools when Pensacola Christian
Academy knocked off Baker in the
Class 2A boys regional semifinals.
A look back at the season reveals
a year of surprises, successes and,
yes, a few disappointments.
Perhaps the biggest surprise
'came several,weeks before the
teams took the court for the first
practice when longtime Baker girls
coach Kathy Combest unexpectedly
announced she was stepping down.
Brian Wagner, a Gator fixture in
his own right he played at Baker
and worked as an assistant football
coach and weight lifting coach for
several years stepped up and
took over the program.
Wagner led a young team to the
District 1-2A semifinals, where the
Gators lost to Jay.
Wagner wasn't the only new face
coaching local basketball teams.
Keith White, who coached Crest-
view girls basketball last year,
moved to the boys team this year.
Donald Campbell, a veteran
travel team coach and local basket-
ball official, took over the Crestview
girls.
Under the guidance of Camp-
bell and his assistant coach, former
Bulldog Renee Polk, Crestview
made the playoffs for the first time
since 2004.
The Bulldogs lost to Escambia
in the first round of the playoffs,
but Campbell accomplished one of


Photos by RANDY DICKSON | Crestview News Bulletin
LEFT: Crestview's Holly Stanford drives the baseline against
Escambia. RIGHT: Laurel Hill's Seth Strickland goes up for a basket
earlier this season. .


his primary goals: getting the team
back in the post-season hunt.
Up in Laurel Hill, the season
ended early by Hobo standards, at
least for the Laurel Hill boys. After
five consecutive trips to the play-
offs, the Hoboes had their streak
snapped when they lost to Escam-
bia Charter 66-54 in the District 1-
1A semifinals.
The Laurel Hill girls failed to
make it out of the first round of the
playoffs as they lost tofRocky Bayou
Christian in the opening game of
the district tournament.
The Baker boys were the stan-
dard bearers for local basketball as
they won their second straight dis-
trict title in exciting fashion when


Chad Donley hit a 15-foot jump shot
to give the Gators a 49-47 victory
over PCA.
In what was thought to be a re-
building year, Baker had plenty of
proven talent to continue a run of
excellence.
. Despite losing a group of seniors
from the 2009 squad that included
Stephen Shelley, Josh Rose and
Josh Yost, the Gators were able to
reload with seniors Donley, Colton
Henry, Colten Jernigan and Justyn
Lewis-Washington.
A strong junior class led by Jar-
rod Batson and Christian Mainor
provided more muscle to a strong
lineup.
Baker suffered just two district


losses during the regular season,
both of which were to Pensacola
Christian.
The Warriors used their size,
outside shooting and a strong zone
defense to put the clamps on most
rivals.
In the end, PCA took three of
four games from the Gators. The
final win Tuesday was the one that
mattered most, as it sent the War-
riors to the regional final.
Even in defeat, the Gators
showed they will continue to be
a force in years to come as they
held PCA's leading scorer Michael
Goetsch to eight points.
All indications are that the fu-
ture of basketball in north Okaloosa
County has never been brighter.
Davidson Middle School won
the boys county championship, and
those Panther players will soon be
joining the Bulldogs. Shoal River
won the girls county title, and like-
wise, the Mustang girls will soon be
Lady Bulldogs.
White and Campbell laid solid
foundations for the Crestview boys
and girls this year that will pay divi-
dends down the road.
The Baker girls were young, and
Wagner had a learning curve as a
first-year coach. Don't be surprised
to see the Gators back in the play-
offs next year.
In Laurel Hill, there is nothing
bigger than basketball, and coach
Kent Zessin will use this season to
motivate the Laurel Hill boys next
year.
Things look bright for the Lady
Hoboes, too, as they lose only two
key players to graduation.


"Ifelt like the shots we were taking, for the most part, weren't hurried and weren't awful shots.
They just, for whatever reason, weren't going down tonight."

Gator coach Mike Martello



A long season ends for area basketball teams


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