Lucinda M. North (October 19, 1952 - October 20, 2011)

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Lucinda M. North
  • October 19, 1952
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  • October 20, 2011

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Lucinda M. North, 59, of Orlando died peacefully with her family by her side Friday, October 20, 2011.  Lucinda was born October 19, 1952 in Houston, TX to the late Mary and Jessie Moore.  She served her country with the United States Navy from 1973 – 1976 when she was honorable discharged. Lucinda married the love of her life, Garry in 1977.  She and her husband moved to Central Florida in 1979 from Houston.  She then went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Culinary Arts from the University of Central Florida.  Lucinda worked at Seaworld as a Customer Communications Specialist.  She was a devoted, loving and caring wife and mother to her family.  She enjoyed every moment spent with family and her dogs.  Lucinda was always there when you needed a helping hand and to listen to anyone who needed an ear.  She will be missed by many, but never forgotten.  Lucinda is survived by her loving husband, Garry; daughter, Mary D. North; nephew, John Little and her two German Shepards.  Private family services will be held.    Private family services will be held

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  1. Paula McVey says:
    28 Oct 2011
    I will always remember Lucinda's sweet voice. She was a great co-worker at the Navy's Child Care in Orlando. I could always depend on her to do what ever needed to be done - sometimes even before I knew it needed to be done! Her calm being helped me thru several meltdowns. Heaven has another angel.

  2. Rosemary & Tom Speece says:
    27 Oct 2011
    Our prayers are with you Gary and Mary during this time of sorrow.
    Lucinda is in the arms of God now and free of all her pain. All who knew her were blest to be a part of her life and we are thankful that we were among them. We will always remember her loving spirit, laughter and smile.

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