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Memorials

A tribute to our brothers and sisters who are no longer with us.

BOB “PENGUIN” BAKER
05/12/1960 – 02/15-2015

BOB “PENGUIN” BAKER

A Loyal member of Suncoast Brotherhood, will truly be missed.
If he liked you or loved you, he loved deeply and fully. He is on his eternal ride with the Big Guy.
Open up the throttle and fly my brother AND, God Bless, travel well, and we will watch those you left here with us.


 

Stormy Quinones
05/18/1973 – 02/02/2015

Stormy Quinones

“PRETTY PRETTY PRINCESS”
She has been a member of Suncoast Brotherhood since 2005 and will be sorely missed. RIP our sister. We think of you often & miss you even more.


 

Phil “WILDMAN” Serletic
03/28/1963-02/02/2015

Phil WILDMAN Serletic

Phil was a member of Suncoast Brotherhood since 2012. A loyal member of the Full Throttle Magazine and was a helper to all in need. A helping hand to most Events, especially to benefit our Foster Children. R.I.P. Phil Serletic. You touched many lives in your time on earth and was taken from all of us way too soon. Always remembered and always loved.
“RIDE WITH YOUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS WHO ARE WAITING FOR YOU”


 

Thomas Zbikowski
09/22/43-10/25/2014

Thomas Zbikowski

Tom was a member of Suncoast Brotherhood since 2005, the Commander of the American Legion Post 238 and State Commander of the 16th District. Also a member of the VFW Post 2473.
Ride with your Angels TOM Z’


 

Steve (BUBBA) Ruckdeschel
05/24/1962-05/01/2014

Steve Bubba Ruckdeschel

Our Suncoast Brotherhood Brother, Bubba, passed away from a motor cycle accident on May 1st, 2014 in North Carolina when on vacation. He was a dedicated family man who will be sourly missed. Working for St. Johns Vianney Catholic Church for 25 years, also devoted to his Church. He was considered a Teddy Bear, but is said he died doing what he loved the most. That being riding his motor cycle. Ride on our Brother, Ride on! The Heavens welcome you with open arms.


Dennis “Big D” Drake

big d

Dennis “Big D” Drake has gone to be with the Lord as of 5:30 this afternoon 04/22/2014. Thank you all for your prayers. His life is one that touched all of us, and it will surely be celebrated! May he rest in peace. He was a former Vice President and President and passionate member of the Suncoast Brotherhood, of Pinellas chapter. You are at peace now, all the memories and laughter will forever hold you in the hearts of so many. Ride on!!!


Linda Lloyd

Linda Lloyd

Linda Lloyd 04/21/1954 to 05/15/2013.
“All endings are also new beginnings. We just don’t know it at the time”
In heaven there is an infinity of people to meet. Linda you are Loved and missed.
May you soar with the angels and be in the full glory of God.


W. Paul Jakubowski

W Paul Jakubowski Memorial

Our brother, W. PAUL JAKUBOWSKI 11/01/1953-07/10/2013.
Suncoast Brotherhood was very blessed to have Paul as our Chaplain for several years. A member since 2002, he exemplified the true meaning of Brotherhood. As our Chaplin, Paul gave SCBH the spiritual guidance we needed. He will be missed. God takes our “BEST”


Yvonne Yerby

Yvonne Yerby Memorial

Yvonne Yerby memorial pictureHow fortunate we ALL were to have known you. You are our “DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH” Thank you for bringing us all together to Celebrate your life. We are the LUCKY ones to have known you, ride with you, loved you, and more. There is but one word ONE word to describe our LOVE for you … ”DIAMOND.” YOU WILL BE MISSED, LITTLE HAPPY FEET … 12/12/1949 to 06/09/2013


Theresa Winter

Ttheresa Winter Memorial

On April 10, 2012, our beloved Theresa Winter “TZ” lost her battle with cancer. She was a beautiful woman who lived by her own terms.

A clothing designer, music lover and member of The Pink Posse and Suncoast Brotherhood, may she soar with the dragons enjoying her new life journey.

RIP our sister.


Ron Butkus

Ron Butkus Memorial

Ron ButkusRON BUTKUS 07/24/1945 to 03/24/2013
We said goodbye to you, my friend. It hurts so much to say that, but it is God’s will, I guess…Suncoast Brotherhood was there, my friend, in droves…I know you never knew a stranger and they were there too to “HONOR YOU.” Rest in peace as you travel home. You will be missed, my friend. “YOU WILL BE MISSED, OUR CHAPLAIN.”


Ronald (RonJay) Jaszczak

Ron Jaszczak Memorial

Ron JaszczakRonald “RonJay” Paul Jaszczak, born March 3, 1951 died January 26, 2012.

He served in the US Army during the Vietnam Conflict, 1969-1971.

He is survived by his father, his son, and one sister.


Jerry (V-ROD) WilliamsonJerry (V-Rod) Williamson

Jerry Williamson Memorial

On February 8, 2009 there was a terrible accident in St. Pete. Our brother Jerry (V-ROD) Williamson was struck head on while a 4 wheeler was doing a wide left hand turn and hit him. He was with Jerry Manning and Doug Vitalli, just cruising along at normal speed. The EMT thought he was holding his own, although he had a broken nose, broken femur bone and upper chest trauma. I’m not second guessing the actual cause, but our dear Brother,  V-ROD has passed on to his Angels up above. He was a devoted Suncoast Brother, came to all the meetings and supported all the events. He will be so missed. His family in Texas has been notified. He worked for Neilson & Co. for many, many years, and he was a friend to all of us. One of the sweetest guys we ever drove with. Please pray for his Deliverance and Peace.


Ken Kovach

Ken Kovach Memorial

My Mission has ended, and his has just begun. Ken Kovach is up with the big Motor Cycles in Heaven. After our struggle with Cancer he passed away quietly at 7:40PM on March 31st. He was strong, proud and very brave as he ascended on his Silver Yamaha. Gloves on his hands, Glasses on his face, and of course his Git-R-Done Hat. He said before he left, with a grin on his face, I got a date to go riding with V-Rod. Give me my lighter, I’m going to find the closest Safety Meeting and relax first, as we all know him. God Bless you all for caring so much for him…

Love to all, Suzanne
Moss Feaster Funeral Home
13401 Indian Rocks Rd
Largo, FL, 33763
727-562-2080 For Information


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