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John Patrick Torpey
  • January 21, 1936
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  • March 10, 2012

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John Patrick Torpey of Apopka, FL. passed away at his home in Apopka, FL on Friday, March 9,2012. He was born in Scottsville, N.Y. to John and Florence (Feeley) Torpey.   He leaves his devoted and loving wife, Carol Conway, brother Bernard (Darlene) Kiel and sister Monica (predeceased); children Sheila (Martin) Schetrompf, Molly (William) Bach and Michael Torpey; grandchildren Sophia, Parthena, Georgiana, Anastasia, Gregory, Jeffery, eight great grandchildren and extended family Mark and Grace Blake, Chase, Carl and Vera Chona and Carl.   John worked as Superintendent of Sanitation for the cities of Titusville, Clearwater and Deerfield Beach, Florida. He later served as City Commissioner and Mayor of Lady Lake, FL. Before he retired, John worked at Montgomery Ward and Uptons retail stores.   Condolences may be sent to www.BaldwinCremation.com. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to the American Lung Association 1333 W Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32804.   Memorial services will be held in Rochester, New York.   Donations are requested to American Lung Association 1333 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32804.  

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  1. Lule says:
    07 Jan 2013
    I love the way you beat up on citrus as you wrote about our lake. People do some crazy tignhs in the name of progress and all too often they turn what they touch into a vile, corrupt mess. I fished Lake Apopka as a kid. That was over fifty years ago and let me tell you we caught lunker bass. You want to be careful picking on the citrus industry though. There were a lot of those old boys that would dress up in bed sheets of a friday night and pledge allegiance to their favorite cause which sometimes led to some nasty consequences for anybody they dissagreed with.Fishing Schoolteacher

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