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Hutchinson Island Changes by Jim Hudson
August 30, 2014
The Phase 1 project is continuing and is supposed to be completed by mid-September. Stuart has had a tremendous amount of rain, so the swamp is having a hard time keeping dry to complete the project. Many years ago, the FDOT had cut down many Australian Pines and just left them in the wetland area (including the stumps); which no one knew at the time of the bidding process. So after the first two weeks the contractor had hauled away everything that had been in the bid. Needless-to-say, it took some time for Martin County (MC) and the contractor to resolve that issue - which also slowed the project down. I talked to Kevin Landry, who is the MC landscape architect, and Gene Barnes (HIC landscape architect) and within the last four weeks, they had to redesign Phase 1 so that we would have enough money to complete the project. Sable Palms have been planted. Irrigation pumps are installed. 19 Coconut Palms and several more truckloads of boulders will be delivered soon.
With regard to the roundabout, the bids just have come in in the last two weeks. Martin County should be making a decision by Labor Day to select the successful bidder (it will not be the same contractor that is doing Phase 1). MC is also waiting on an FDOT permit, which the engineering department says should be in by next week too. Bobby Byrd, the MC Engineer, tells me it is his goal to have the majority of the roadwork completed in late November or early December - before most of the snowbirds arrive. For the 26 years we have been on the Island, I would agree that most of the snowbirds do not come back until after Thanksgiving/Christmas. All of the bids for the roundabout came in higher than it was projected, so MC engineering is making adjustments to get as much done as possible with the dollars they have available.
At this time it would appear, between Phase 1 and the Roundabout, we will have over $1 million dollars in improvements to the Island in 2014. I have been encouraged to hear Commissioner Smith tell us that he will continue to support the Coalitions efforts; but we must be patient.
Once Phase 1 is completed, our goal is to send out an update to all Coalition members with pictures.
I will be back to Hutchinson Island the first week of October and hope to be able to be more "hands-on" with what is happening.
If you have any other questions, please let me know and I will try to get you answers. It's a little tough being 1,000 miles away, but M.C. has been trying to keep me updated on what is happening.
July 15, 2014
Since our last email on June 10, 2014 we haven't had a great deal of construction on our Phase 1 project for the following reasons:
1) After our last update, the contractor let us know that he had exceeded the number of truckloads of material to be hauled away from the project site. There was a great deal more muck, Australian Pines (which had been cut up many years ago by the FDOT and just left in the swamp) and tree stumps that did not show up in the bid package.
2) The water in the swamp was tested and turned out to be brackish and many of the plants which had been proposed in the bid and would be planted where water would remain would not have survived in the brackish conditions.
3) It had previously been determined that the ponds located on the golf course would still need to be corrected so that they do not drain into the newly constructed area. This is still being evaluated as to what needs to be done. I talked with Brad Cochran this week and he tells me he will do whatever is necessary, from the Marriott point of view, to elevate his golf cart path and keep it from being under water.
4) As you will be able to see with the attached pictures, we are in the rainy season and it is hard to do a lot of work when it is so wet and the water is accumulating and not draining quickly enough.
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Last week Gene Barnes prepared alternate landscape prints, which will help save us enough money to bring in approximately 500 cubic yards of good soil which is needed. Kevin Landry, Martin County landscape architect is also in agreement with the new proposal. Bobby Byrd, who has replaced Erik Ferguson on this project, has met with Don Donaldson last week and he has also approved the changes in the landscape material and bringing in the additional soil. These changes needed to take place in order to work around our limited budget. Should you want to discuss the details of the new landscaping for the "swamp" area, please give me or Gene Barnes a call.
Approximately 25% of the wiring for the irrigation system has been completed and the water meter has been installed. Once the appropriate grade level is obtained, boulders, palm trees and ground cover will be installed (weather permitting). They are still projecting that the project will be completed by mid-August.
I would like to say a special thanks to Gene Barnes, Bobby Byrd, Erik Ferguson and Kevin Landry for their efforts in pushing this project along!! Thanks guys, we really appreciate your efforts!
I talked with Anna Colgan last week about the new Oceanside Resort and she informed me that on July 8th, one of the Board of Commissioner items concerning Martin County utility easements had been approved for the Oceanside project. There are more items which will need to be approved by engineering and the Commissioners, but they are still hopeful that this project should be completed within the next 18 months.
With regard to my letter to the governor, they have asked that I contact Elisabeth Hassett, of the FDOT, so that we can discuss appropriate landscaping for the rest of A1A (Martin County). In talking with Bobby today, I suggest that this meeting take place in the Martin County Engineering department around the end of October.
June 10, 2014
Since approximately 75% of us leave Florida during the summer months, I wanted to provide you with an update on this project. As you know, it has been a long, slow process getting approvals, permits and work started. I received pictures last evening, which are attached, and wanted to share them with you.
We are approximately 40% complete with this piece of Phase 1. The next steps will involve installing the small rock into the wet area of this property. It is projected that this will always be wet due to ground and rain water. But we do not want it to turn into a "swamp" area again. They will finish grading the project, install the irrigation system, installing big boulders, palm and other trees, and ground cover. Gene Barnes, our local landscape architect, will be back to Florida tomorrow to work with the contractor's staff, and Martin County's landscape architect.
I know that we will all be proud to see this area take on a new look. The project completion date will be August, 2014.
Jensen Beach Roundabout, the next HIC project we have been working on with Martin County Engineering and Commissioners, will be starting on the Island later this summer. This project costs approximately $500,000. Their goal is to have the project completed before the majority of "snow birds" return.
Thanks to each of you and with your continued support we will strive to make Hutchinson Island a safer, more beautiful place to live.
In June this year, Jules Rosenfeld, Islandia I, Apt 1409, was invited, as part of the "Honor Flight" program to travel to the War Memorials in Washington, DC. The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices. They transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to the senior veterans – World War II survivors, along with those other veterans who may be terminally ill.
Of all of the wars in recent memory, it was World War II that truly threatened our very existence as a nation and as a culturally diverse, free society. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, an estimated 640 WWII veterans die each day. Our time to express our thanks to these brave men and women is running out.
CLICK HERE to view a few picture of the day (Click on slideshow, full screen for best viewing). A great and worthy tribute to Jules and all of our American Heros of all our wars!
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For all of you "Ocean Swimmers" I thought you'd like to see some pictures of the ocean waterfront taken this morning from the sixth floor of Islandia I: CLICK HERE
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I sent a question to the Florida Oceanographic group located on the south end of the Island and below is the response I received:
Thank you for your wonderful photos and question. We believe this is a hammerhead, potentially a great hammerhead Sphyrna mokarran due to perceived size and fin shape, commonly seen on our shores.
Hammerheads are very well known for their distinctive head shape which is used to great advantage in their movement, hunting, and sensing abilities. These sharks are primarily benthic (or bottom) feeders but have been known to hunt migratory prey like pompano which were running around that time. Stingrays and other fish are found in shallower waters so this animal may have been using the surf to its advantage, letting the wave hoist it to the prey and sweep it back out to deeper (and safer) waters.
These are fabulous photos. May we have your permission to use them for educational purposes?
Thanks and have a happy New Year,
Florida Oceanographic Stuart, FL
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Ruth M. Huslebus
May 17, 1924 - January 11, 2013
CLICK HERE: Ruth Huslebus with friends at Islandia over the years.
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ROCKFORD--Ruth Marie Drunasky was born on May 17, 1924, in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She was the fourth child and third daughter of Louis Drunasky and Charlotte Manly Drunasky. Owners of a dairy farm, the couple had six children: Robert (Buster), twins Beatrice (Bea) and Bernadine, Ruth, Mary Ellen and Rodney.
When Ruth was only 15, her mother, Charlotte, died of ovarian cancer. Soon after the death of her mother, her father, Louis, was hit and killed by a train in an accident. Ruth went on to graduate from Sun Prairie High School and during World War II she started business school. But jobs were plentiful during the war and she decided to take a position at a bank in Madison, Wisconsin.
Ruth met her husband, Robert (Bob) Hulsebus, through friends shortly after he returned from his service in World War II. The two were married at St. Patrick's church in Madison on July 3, 1946. Early in their marriage Ruth became ill and, through a recommendation, sought treatment at the Palmer Chiropractic Clinic in Davenport, Iowa. Under chiropractic care Ruth regained her health and Bob was inspired to enroll at the Palmer School of Chiropractic under the G.I. Bill.
During his studies, Bob pitched in a semi-pro softball league and Ruth took a job at a development company and quickly became a valued employee. They lived in Palmerton, a small trailer community, and made many friends there. Shortly after the birth of their first son, Roger, in 1949, the family moved to Bryon, Illinois, where they would live for over 30 years.
They were 75 miles from family but soon made friends with other WWII veterans with their wives who had also come to Byron to start businesses. Bob became Byron's first chiropractor and Ruth took in laundry and worked at the office. They waited six weeks for their first patient. That patient complained that her present chiropractor went from charging two dollars to three dollars per visit and was no longer using a gown. Not having any gowns for patients, they used one of Ruth's and charged her $2.75 for the visit.
Within the next six years two more sons were born: Michael (Mike) in 1951 and James (Jim) in 1955. During these years the practice grew and while Bob worked on patients, Ruth ran the business side of the practice. When she retired she was doing the bookkeeping and payroll for three offices. She was a passionate advocate of chiropractic and a steadfast supporter of her husband's lifelong professional advocacy.
Ruth was respected in her circles and active in her community. She became the first women elected to the Byron School Board after she was urged by teachers to run. In addition, she went on to help bring Meals on Wheels to Byron and was one of the founders of the Byron Library.
Ruth was a dedicated mother who spent lots of time with her three sons. She was a room mother at school, an altar boy mother at church and a den mother for the Cub Scouts. She was a trusted counselor for all three of her spirited (to put it mildly) sons. She helped with her sons' paper routes and kept them in line.
Ruth created a welcoming home where all her sons' friends gathered to play baseball and basketball, swim, boat, play pool and have fun. Later, when their children were grown, the family home in Byron became a gathering place for their adult children, spouses and grandchildren. Summers and holidays were especially lively.
Ruth was a favorite aunt to many of her nieces and nephews. She became affectionately known as "Aunt Bootie" after one of her nieces called her that when she had trouble pronouncing Ruthie.
Ruth and her husband traveled to many parts of the world and belonged to numerous clubs including golf, dance and bridge. They had a second home on the east coast of Florida for more than 30 years and made many friends there.
Eventually Ruth and Bob moved from their beloved home in Byron to be closer to family in Freeport, IL. In 1995, Bob passed away after 49 years of marriage to Ruth.
For the last few years of her life she lived in Rockford, Illinois, at Siena. As was always the case, she made a lot of friends there. She befriended not only the residents but staff and care givers as well. She made one very special relationship while there with Valli Williams, her primary care giver. They began to have a weekly brunch and it was a relationship that Ruth treasured.
Ruth died peacefully surrounded by her sons on Friday, January 11, 2013, in Rockford, Illinois.
She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Robert and Rodney and sisters, Bernadine and Mary Ellen, husband, Dr. Robert L. Hulsebus (1995), and grandchild, James Nanninga (1993). She is survived by sons: Dr. Roger (Dianne Parvin) Hulsebus of Rockford, IL, Dr. Mike (Cindy) Hulsebus of Fontana, WI, Dr. Jim (Deirdre) Hulsebus of Caledonia, IL; sister: Bea Barth of Sun Prairie, WI; grandchildren: Dr. Tara (Paul) Theisen of Freeport, IL, Sage (Jon Rose) Hulsebus of Silver Spring, MD, Robin (Kevin) Mayer of Lisle, IL, Jeremy Nanninga of Muscatine, IA, Dr. Brant (Melinda) Hulsebus of Rockford, IL, Cory (Aaron) Park of Rockford, IL, Dr. Ryan (Melissa) Hulsebus of Machesney Park, IL, Dr. Kyle (Shanti) Hulsebus of Caledonia, IL, Brett Hulsebus of Lake Zurich, IL and Scott Hulsebus of Caledonia, IL, Brad (Natalie) Parvin of Rockford, IL and Andrea (John) Weber of Dallas, TX and great-grandchildren: Brock, Ava, Ivy, Catarina, Devon, Carter, Elizabeth, Caroline, Amelia, Julia, Mackenzie, Courtney, Kaitlin, Trenton and Carson.
Christian funeral mass will be held Thursday January 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM in St. Mary Catholic Church, 220 E. 2nd St., Byron with Father Howard Barch officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Byron. Visitation will be held Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 PM in the Farrell-Holland-Gale Funeral Home, 506 W. Merchant St, Byron. Memorials in Ruth's name may be directed to St. Mary Catholic Church, Byron.
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ARTHUR H. VIDMAR passed away peacefully in FL Nov. 13, 2013, at the age of 76. Preceded in death by his beloved wife Loretta. Son of John (deceased) and Sylvia Vidmar. Father of Nadine (Tab) Berg, David (Judy), Andy (Beth) and Kevin Vidmar. Grandfather of Noah and Gavin Berg, Casey, Cody, Alexis, Christina, Gabrielle and Marley Vidmar. Son-in-law of the late Alex and Florence Gruszka. Brother-in-law of Alex (deceased) (Diana) and Danny Gruszka, and the late Bernie (John) Collins. Art also leaves behind special friend Joan Kohn and her family.
A long time resident of Northfield, OH, before retiring to Jensen Beach, FL. Art served in the U.S. Army, playing drums, before becoming the 2nd generation owner of South End Hardware. He also started ABA Machinery during that time. An avid boater, Art had been a member of the Cedar Point Yacht Club, and the Stuart Corinthian Yacht Club, in FL. Art spent his retirement in FL playing cards, playing croquet, and traveling the world. Before passing, he was President of the Croquet Club at the Yacht & Country Club of Stuart.
A memorial service will be held at 5 pm, Dec. 14, 2013, in Jensen Beach, FL, at the Islandia Bldg #1, 9550 S. Ocean Blvd, 34957.
Donations in Art’s name may be made to Hospice of the Treasure Coast, 5090 NW Dunn Rd, Fort Pierce, FL 34981.
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We are hoping to share of glimpse of the Florida side of Art to the grandchildren.
Robert (Bob) Mohr
1926 - November 29, 2013
MOHR, ROBERT GLEN Ada Robert Glen Mohr age 87 of Ada, went to be with his Lord and Savior Friday, November 29, 2013. He is survived by his wife of 61 years Barbara (Withrow) Mohr, children Rick (Linda) Mohr, Charlene (Lou) Quinn, Jody (Jeffrey) Miller; grandchildren Robyn (Dan) Burns, Dana (Bryan) Foltice, Cody, Carly Quinn and Tyler, Carter Miller; great grandchildren Dylan, Brady Foltice and Avery Burns.
Bob was a Navy veteran serving in World War II. He worked as the Director of Product Engineering and later as the Director of Research and Development for Steelcase retiring after 25 years. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather who enjoyed spending time with his family, playing cards and golfing. Bob was a devoted Christian and a member of Forest Hills Presbyterian Church.
A Memorial Service will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday December 14, 2013 at Forest Hills Presbyterian Church, 7495 Cascade Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. Visitation will be from 11 - 12 and lunch will be served after the Memorial service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The National Parkinson's Foundation in his name at:
http://www3.parkinson.org/site/TR/Events/General?pxfid=15540&fr id=1080&pg=fund or 1-800-473-4636. The family is being served by:
Published in Grand Rapids Press from Dec. 1 to Dec. 8, 2013
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Margaret "Peg" L. Mulak
June 9th, 1919 - December 13th, 2013
Apartment #1203, Islandia I
Margaret L. “Peg” Mulak, 94, of Somers, widow of the late Stanley Mulak (2001), her true love since first grade, entered into eternal peace, Friday Dec. 13, 2013 at the Jewish Nursing Home of Western MA in Longmeadow. Born June 9, 1919 in Springfield, MA, Peg was the daughter of the late Wallace and Mary (Gaudette) Landry.
She had resided in the Somers community for most of her life and was a lifelong member of All Saints Church. She was a graduate of the University of Connecticut earning a B.A. and also earned a degree in Library science from the city of Springfield Library System. Supporting her Alma Mater on the sports front, she was an avid UCONN Women's Basketball fan. Philanthropic and Civic minded, she was always willing to donate her time to the community. Peg had belonged to the Somers Visiting Nurse Assoc., the Somers Women’s Club, the Somers Library Board, the Somers Historical Society, the Somers Seniors Club, the Somers Girl Scouts where she earned her 20 year pin, she was a Friend of the Somers Public Library, and was also a substitute teacher for the Somers Public Schools.
Politically active, Peg was a supporter of the Somers Republican party. She was a Four Town Fair volunteer for the exhibit pavilion for many years and she also was a volunteer for several years at Johnson Memorial Hospital and later joined the Board in 1999 serving until 2007 at which time she was elevated to the honorary Trustee Emeritus position. Peg and Stanley were proud to support numerous expansion and refurbishment efforts within the entire JMMC network.
Peg is survived by two daughters, Christine Heller and her husband Brian of Providence, RI, Mary Ellen McKiernan of Dublin, OH, and Mark Mulak and his wife Christine of Somers; three grandchildren, Justin McKiernan, Edward Mulak, and Robert Mulak.
Visitation will be held Tuesday Dec. 17th from 4-8 p.m. at the Somers Funeral Home, 354 Main St., Somers. Family and friends will gather 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Dec. 18th at the Somers Funeral Home for a procession to All Saints Church in Somersville, for a 10:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial. Committal will be private. Donations in Peg’s memory may be made to Somers Meals on Wheels, C/O the Town of Somers, P.O. 308, Somers, CT 06071, the Somers Public Library, 2 Vision Boulevard, Somers, CT 06071, or a local charity of the donor's choice.
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CUNNINGHAM, BETH Elizabeth "Beth" Posey Cunningham, 63, passed away very suddenly on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2013. She was a second generation Miamian. Born on February 4, 1950, she was the daughter of Vernon & Gail Posey; sister to Jim Posey (Shirley), Linda Smith (Michael), Patty Posey, and Ed Posey (Kathy); aunt to Mike Posey and Kim Stevens.
Beth graduated from St. Rose of Lima, Miami Edison, and the Univ. of Florida.
Through her almost 40-year career in mortgage banking, she was well recognized for her work and became one of the highest-ranking women in her field. Beth loved to travel and will always be remembered for her warm smile, compassionate ways, and sense of humor.
A celebration of life will be held on Thursday, December 19th from 5pm to 8pm. For more information, please contact email@example.com In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made to the Make a Wish Foundation.
Published in Miami Herald on Dec. 17, 2013
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Edward L. Ewald
Edward L. Ewald, 75, of Jensen Beach, Florida and Canton Township, Michigan, died Thursday, March 27, 2014 at the Treasure Coast Hospice House in Stuart, Florida.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, he had been former resident of Jensen Beach, until becoming a “snowbird” in 2000, spending summers in Michigan and wintering on the Atlantic Ocean in Jensen Beach.
Prior to his retirement, he was the Fire Chief of the Redford Township Fire Department in Michigan, where he served for 29 years, and earning the rank of Chief.
Ed served with the United States Army, during the Vietnam War era.
He was a member of Saint Martin de Porres Catholic Church in Jensen Beach and Saint Thomas A’Becket Catholic Church in Canton, Michigan, where he was a member of the Men’s club of the Church.
Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Nancy A. Ewald, of Jensen Beach, and Canton Township; one son, Edward L. Ewald, Jr., of Wixom, Michigan; two daughters, Paula A. Mitera, of Redford Township, and Nicole A. Koviak, of Canton Township; one sister, Barbara J. Burr, of Brighton, Michigan; and nine grandchildren, Joseph Mitera, Kathryn Mitera, Jordan Ewald, Morgan Ewald, Jackson Ewald, Connor Koviak, Cassidy Koviak, Jeffery Koviak, and Jillian Koviak.
Services and Interment will be at a later date in Michigan.
An Online Guestbook is available by visiting www.treasurecoastseawinds.com
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August 18. 2014
Long time friend to so many of us, Barbara Mohr, Islandia I Apartment 909, passed away on Monday, August 18, 2014. Her husband Bob Mohr predeceased her on November 29, 2013. Barbara and Bob were anchors to the Islandia Social and golf scenes at Islandia. From a photographic point of view, it was very tough to get a picture of either one without the other being in the picture. A terrific couple, they will be missed.
Barbara's obituary is below:
Barbara Ann Mohr age 80 of Ada, went to be with her Lord and Savior Monday, August 18, 2014. She is survived by her children Rick (Linda) Mohr, Charlene (Lou) Quinn, Jody (Jeffrey) Miller; grandchildren Robyn (Dan) Burns, Dana (Bryan) Foltice, Cody, Carly Quinn and Tyler, Carter Miller; great grandchildren Dylan, Brady Foltice and Avery, Sienna Burns. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert in 2013. Barb was a devoted wife and mother who cherished her family, gardening and golf. She was an excellent golfer and had 5 hole-in-ones over her golfing career.
A memorial Service will be held at Forest Hills Presbyterian Church at 12:00 on Saturday September 6, 2014. Visitation with the family will be from 11:00-12:00 and lunch will be served after the service. The church is located at 7495 Cascade Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Faith Hospice Patient Assistance Fund at: www.faithhospicecare.org.
Funeral Home link: http://www.mjfuneral.com/obits/listnames.php
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