Robert 'Bob' Jalloian
Robert "Bob" Jalloian, 79, of Anna Maria, died June 26.
Born in Worcester, Mass., Mr. Jalloian came to Manatee County from Charlton, Mass., 18 years ago. He worked for George Meyer Co. in Worcester. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a graduate of Columbia University.
There were no memorial services. Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, Island Chapel, was in charge of arrangements.
He is survived by sister Mary Daniels of Walpole, Mass., and nieces Nancy Carr, Janet Botzos and Ruth Daniels.
Dorothy Jean Martin
Dorothy Jean Martin, 79, of Bradenton and formerly Holmes Beach, died June 26.
Born in Munhall, Pa., Mrs. Martin moved to Manatee County 44 years ago. She was a graduate of the University of Pittsburg. She was a translator for the Aurora Foundation until her retirement in 1994. She was a flight attendant for Eastern Airlines, secretary to the publicity director of St. Petersburg and a secretary with Westinghouse. She was a volunteer with the Anna Maria Island Historical Society and the American Red Cross.
Memorial services were July 1.
She is survived by son William E. "Bill" of Bradenton; brother Leonard E. Palmer of Bethel Park, Pa.; sisters Barbara P. Benner of Pittsburgh and Betty L. Johnson of St. Petersburg; and five grandchildren.
Allene Jackson Pournelle
Allene Jackson Pournelle, of Sugar Land, Texas, and Holmes Beach, died July 3.
Mrs. Pournelle and her late husband W.B. moved to Holmes Beach in 1973, where she taught at the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation for 17 years. She was a member of the Episcopal Church Women and a charter member of the Daughters of the King. She was a graduate of Shorter College in Rome, Ga., and did graduate work at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md., majoring in protozoalogy. She worked for the Georgia State Department of Public Health and worked in their laboratories in Atlanta and Albany.
Private memorial services were held in Atlanta, Ga.
She is survived by daughters Mrs. Alvin Moses of Decatur, Ga., and Mrs. Roy Steadham of Sugar Land; brother Dr. Calvin Jackson of Manchester, Ga.; grandsons Jim and Matt Moses and Mark Steadham; granddaughter Amanda Steadham Ryan; great-grandsons Mitchell and Kenneth Moses; and great-granddaughters Sarah Steadham and Chloe Ryan.
David D. Young
David D. Young, 77, of Seekonk, Mass., and formerly Holmes Beach, died June 30.
Born in Newport, R.I., Mr. Young was a graduate of Fisher Business School. He served in the U.S. Army, and worked for the Tidewater Oil Co. He also owned and operated two service stations in Seekonk. He was elected to the school committee in 1962, where he served for 16 years, six as its chair. He was a member of the George R. Martin Elementary School and Seekonk High School, and served on the Seekonk Housing Authority from 1985-88. He was elected to the Seekonk Board of Selectmen in 1989 and retired from political office in 1992. He served on the Seaside Gardens Association Board of Directors, Holmes Beach.
Memorial contributions may be made to the David D. Young Memorial Fund, Slade's Ferry Bank, 1400 Fall River Ave., Seekonk MA 02771, with donations made to benefit the Anna Maria Island Branch Library.
He is survived by wife of 53 years Alice "Betty;" daughters Betty Martin of Danvers, Mass., Jody Amaral of Bend, Ore., and Jeanne Potter of Somerset, Mass.; son Doug of Mansfield, Mass.; and eight grandchildren.