Sarah B. Maloney-Ungvarsky
Sarah B. Maloney-Ungvarsky, 45, of Anna Maria, died June 12.
Born in North Brunswick, N.J., she was a freelance writer, published in the New York Times and other business magazines. She was a graduate of Rutgers University and had degrees in business management, journalism/communications and marketing. She operated a specialty boutique, Tea for You, in Anna Maria for some time.
Memorial services will be held in New Jersey at a later date.
She is survived by sister Patti Maloney of New Brunswick; brother Joe Maloney of New Brunswick; grandmother Frances A. Hack of Longwood, Fla.; and friend Joe Ungvarsky.
Marigene Hoke Stiefel
Marigene Hoke Stiefel, 85, of Frederick, Md., and formerly Holmes Beach, died June 10.
Born in Ohio, Mrs. Stiefel moved to Manatee County from Washington, D.C., in 1956. She was a real estate broker/salesperson. She was named as Realtor of the Year for Manatee County and an honorary lifetime member of the Board of Realtors. She served with the Women Marines during World War II. She was charter administrator for the Food and Agriculture Organization, a specialized United Nations agency, from 1945-51. She and her late husband Arthur owned and operated the Stiefel Art Shop in Bradenton. She was the public relations officer for Palmetto Federal Savings and Loan.
There were no local services.
She is survived by daughter Erica Dickerson; five siblings including Phyllis Harwood of Bradenton; and grandson Ryan Dickerson.