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John William "Bill" Brandner
  • April 01, 1937
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  • September 20, 2012

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    John William “Bill” Brandner, 75, passed away Thursday, September 20, 2012. As first generation college graduate from Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY,  Bill began his notable 40 year business career as CPA with Arthur Anderson and subsequently CFO and CEO of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, American Integrity and D- Tek.  Bill is survived by his wife of 25 years, Karen Brandner; his five children, son John “Jack” Brandner Jr., son Robert Scott Brandner and wife Laurie, daughter Kathleen Robinson and husband John, daughter Peggyann Curcio and husband James, daughter Jill Mollenhauer, step-daughter Kristine Gerdes; his brother and sister-in-law Kenneth and Roseann Brander, and two neices;  and 11 grandchildren, Ashley, Ryan, Scottie, Molly, Jake, Tyler, Jack, Meg, Annie, Maddie and Kyle.  Bill and Karen enjoyed traveling the globe, singing in their church choir, boating, dining out, reading and attending weekly movies with friends. Bill was commited to his volunteer work with AARP assisting Seniors with tax preparation.  A gourmet cook, Bill published his own cook book—given only to select friends and family.   A Celebration of Life will be held at Coronado Community United Methodist Church at 1:00 p.m. Friday, September 28, 2012, reception immediately following.  In lieu of flowers, please make your donation Coronado Community United Methodist Church Music Department 200 S Peninsula Avenue New Smyrna Beach FL 32169.    

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  1. Vicmar says:
    15 Oct 2012
    "Say it with Princess Sarah, Michelle Bachmann, etc."Me and my sisters.But I'll say it beasuce so many other predictions were right, and I'll go with the team that was right in the past. They're far more likely to be right in the future.As has been pointed out...The bad stuff? We all saw it coming. We made predictions that have come true already as people respond rationally to the new situation. We called Obama on his lies, and how he's back-tracking, doing some spin to say that he never promised that anyone would be able to keep the health insurance they prefer. There is no reason at all to think anything other than that the other predictions are likely to be correct as well. To keep costs down there *has* to be rationing. Medicare has already been "cut" to pay for the new laws. People are going to be denied treatment, nothing particularly new there for the lost causes or experimental stuff, only now it's going to be a function of the State to deny expensive care. It will be the State deciding who gets treatment or not.Death panels.And we're supposed to support this beasuce it *might* help some fraction of the population? Maybe? Got to wait to see?Being right about something, or at the least being *honest* would make that trust in "wait and see" just a little bit less irrational.Telling lies isn't a good way to get people to trust you know what you're talking about... which describes Obama.Pelosi at least didn't pretend to have a clue. Refreshing, that. But mostly beasuce the quote to "pass it to find out what's in it" is just so... precious!

  2. Yusaku says:
    13 Oct 2012
    Hello Mr Herrington I enjoyed linsinetg to your story, what a lovely story, please come to Miss Newtons class and read us all a story.Hope you enjoy your holidays with your family, see you after the holidays bye.

  3. Rob & Sandy DeLoach says:
    28 Sep 2012
    Karen and Family,
    When I (Rob) joined the CCUMC Chancel Choir earlier this year I was seated next to Bill most of the time. He immediately made me feel welcome and helped me with my parts. He is, and will be missed greatly. My family's thoughts and prayers go to you and your family.

  4. Debby Robinson says:
    27 Sep 2012
    I'm so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Bill was a very kind,gentle, knowledgeable and helpful man. He will be missed. Condolences to your family.

  5. Joe and Suzi Bailey says:
    26 Sep 2012
    Karen,
    Joe and I were very sad to hear of Bill's death. We will be lifting prayers up to God for comfort for you and your family. Sincerest Sympathies.

  6. Bill & Judy Walker says:
    23 Sep 2012
    Dear Karen, We are so sorry to here of Bill's passing! Bill was a gentile and kind man. Bad things do happen to good people. Our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.

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