Last revised: March 22, 2017

   Countryway TUESDAY Golf

"This Website is created for a great group of friendly golfers
who play golf at Sunrise every Tuesday all year long."

(Tuesday Golfer's Wive's Obituaries)

  "Great Friends We'll Never Forget!"

   Tuesday Golf League    

"We miss you guys already!"

  RINABERGER, Steve, 76 - (d. February 24, 2017)
  ARMSTRONG, Jim, 74 - (d. February 27, 2017)
  TONY Allis, 93 -
(d. February 1, 2017)
  LANDRUM, Robert S. 'Steve', 73 - 
(d. September 11, 2015)
  SHAW, George, 56 -
(d. December 28, 2014)
  SCHAFERMAN, Al 'Tally', 86 -
(d. November 20, 2014)
  LAWLESS, Pat L. Sr, 67 -
(d. June 12, 2014)
  GAITAN, Luis - (d. 17 October 2013)
  PATRICK, Rich, 88 -
(d. 26 January 2013)
  RANDAZZO, Carmello "Randy", 78 -
(d. 14 December 2012)
  VALENTE, Frank Sr., 84 -
(d. 14 November 2012)
Jr., Harold William 'Bill', 65 - (d. 02 February 2011)
  SERUNIAN, Fred, 69 -
(d. 12 January 2010)
  CRUMBLEY, John Rodney, 74 -
(d. 18 Mar. 2009)

RINABERGER, Steve S. 76, of Oldsmar, FL passed away on Friday February 24, 2017, under Hospice care in Sun City Center from end-stage COPD and complications from pneumonia.

His 1st wife, Joan, died in December, 2015, and his current wife, Kathy passed away in January 2016.

Steve was originally from Farmington, Iowa, and moved to St. Louis where he spent most of his career as a banker at an executive level. They moved to Oldsmar in 1990, following Kathy's battle with breast cancer. He loved golf and regularly played with the Tuesday Golfers.

After Kathy died, he moved in with his daughter and son-in-law at Lithia, FL. Steve is survived by his children Steve Jr., Scott, and Kristin and grandchildren: Jennifer, Joshua, Abigail and Georgia Ruth.

A Celebration of Life is planned for Sunday April 2, 2017 from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM in the Windows on the Green Room at  Eastlake Woodlands  Country Club, Oldsmar, Fl. It will be a reception style luncheon with some tributes and a lunch buffet will be served.  Please RSVP to Kristin Ozkilkis at (727) 656-7593.


ARMSTRONG, Jim, 74, of Tampa, FL passed away on Monday February 27, 2017. He loved golf and regularly played with the Tuesday Golfers.

A Memorial service is planned for Sunday March 12, 2017 at Fountainview Estates; 8800 Sheldon Road; Tampa, Florida.

Service will begin at 10:15 AM on the 12th at the Fountainview

(When we see an obituary we'll list it here.)

Allis, TONY, 93, of Clearwater, FL passed away on Wednesday February 22, 2017. He loved golf and was still playing golf into his 90s. He spent a lot of time at Countryway Golf Club and always had a friendly smile and especially enjoyed the restaurant staff. He loved traveling and had been to Europe several times, with Italy being his favorite.  He is survived by his wife, Adele.               


 Steve Landrum

LANDRUM, Robert S. 'STEVE', 73, of Tampa, FL passed away on September 11, 2015. He had been to the VA Hospital a couple of times concerned with a bum knee. Latest word we received was that he died of a blood clot.

Steve was born in Lafayette, Indiana, attended Edison College in Fort Myers, FL and graduated from USF. in 1963 he enlisted in the U.S. Army and was
 stationed in Korea.
Steve married Joan Adams and they had two sons: Mark and John.

He is survived by his ex-wife, Joan; two sisters: Nancy and Susan; and son John. Nephews and nieces: Eric, Susan, Blake, Natalie, Angela and the love of his life: Diomaris 'Shugar' George and her daughter Sasha George.


A brief  'Memorial/Remembrance' event to honor Steve was held at the Countryway Golf
Club on Thursday, September 24, 2015.

Click HERE for Memorial Photos!

Steve was probably the most 'colorful' golfers of all of our
Tuesday Golfers, and often enjoyed dressing up in holiday
costumes (many photos on other Webpages of this Website).

Also known as 'Homeless Steve', he took a lot of ribbing/teasing
 from his fellow golfers. But he could dish it out as well, and
always had a new joke to tell anyone who would listen.     

("Did I ever tell you about........"} was a familiar opening.



Steve, You were a soldier and a warrior, a member of the team.
When called upon you answered and served the people of this
great nation. You were a friend to many.

You will be greatly missed by your family and friends and by the
country you faithfully served. God speed on your next journey,
You are in God's hands now.

With Great Respect,

CSM Ray Schnabel (US Army Ret.)


Steve worked for the city of Tampa for 30 years before he retired
 and is seen with, then-mayor, Pam Iorio, at his retirement party.

SHAW, George M., 56, of Clearwater, FL passed away on December 28, 2014. He survived by his wife, Roxanne and his daughter.                (No other information is available.)


SCHAFERMAN, Al 'Tally', 86 -
of Tampa, FL passed away on Thursday November 20, 2014.

Tally, a very good golfer worked as a 'Starter' at Countryway Golf Club since it opened. He retired last year.

His wife of many years, Doris Schaferman, died in 2007.

No memorial service is planned.

LAWLESS, Patrick A. SR. -  67 

(of Clearwater, Florida passed away on June 12, 2014)


An "Irish Wake" for Pat Lawless was held on Saturday, June 21, 2014. The Lawless family, sons, brother, relatives and Countryway golfing friends gathered at Pat's home in Clearwater.

An "Irish Wake" is quite different than a traditional family wake, simply because it is a celebration of the deceased person's life. Everyone gathers to tell stories and share memories and life of their lost one. It is definitely a more fitting way to remember Pat Lawless. Six Tuesday Morning Golfers "Old Guys" (Ray, Jack, Bill, Ric, Larry and Pat D.) were in attendance to enjoy plenty of food drinks and a grand sharing of memories.

Pat was a great father and family man and his wife, Jean had passed away less than a year ago.The two of them are together again and this fact was duly noted several times in conversations on Saturday. Our best thoughts and wishes are with them.

On another note: The stock in Jameson Distilleries took big losses this past week.

(Contributed by Pat Donelly)

LUIS GAITAN passed away on Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Luis was a great friend of Countryway Golfers and
always enjoyed his special bar stool in the cafeteria
and a cold beer, as he listened to Ric announce the
winners of the Thursday afternoon 'Skins' game.

Luis always had a great smile, and was a serious Tampa Bay sports fan. He enjoyed the Tampa Bay Rays, and always had some comments about their last game. He would have been a good manager.

He also had some interesting ideas about politics and engaged in some lively discussions about Washington D.C.

"We miss him already!"

Steve L.'s Tribute To Our Friend: Luis

We lost one of our Golfing Friends Today! - "You will be missed, Rich!"

PATRICK, Rich, 88 -
of Tampa, FL passed away on Saturday January 26, 2013.

Rich, a very good golfer moved from the Ft. Myers area last year, and we always enjoyed having him on our Tuesday morning Team.

Rich was born in 1924 and lived on the Countryway Golf Course. No memorial service is planned. His ashes will be scattered on his favorite Ft. Myers golf course.

RANDAZZO, Carmello J. "Randy", 78 -
of Oldsmar, Fl. passed away, on December 14, 2012.

Several Tuesday golfers enjoyed Randy on our Tuesday morning team just a few weeks ago.

Randy is survived by 2 sons: Kenneth and Steven; longtime partner: Terry Koltz; 2 nieces: Linda and Terri; nephew: Donald; and 4 grandsons.


A Brief Memorial Service was held (1/12/13)
At Curlew Hills Memory Gardens - Palm Harbor, FL 34683


Obituary & Memorial

Tuesday Golfers lost a friend and Countryway Golf Club employee (Ranger).

VALENTE, Frank Sr. 84, of Tampa, passed away November 14, 2012. He was born on December 29, 1928 and served in the U.S. Army for 27 years in Korea and Vietnam. He loved golf, and sometimes played with our Tuesday golfers


He was involved in pee wee football and girls softball programs in Town 'N Country and was a fan of the NY Giants.

He is survived by his wife of 57 years, 3 children, one brother, 3 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren

  O'HAIR, Jr., Harold William 'Bill', 65, of New Port Richey, known to many as "Billy O", went to be with his Lord on February 2, 2011. 

Bill was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, excelled in athletics, and loved baseball. He was scouted by the Tigers, Orioles, Reds, and Indians. He accepted a scholarship at Toledo University, but always wanted to be a police officer. The head scout for the Detroit Tigers allowed him to do both. Bill was a dedicated officer with the Toledo Police Force.

He worked out with the AAA Mud Hens in the International League (farm team of the Detroit Tigers) and signed a lucrative contract, but a terrible car accident ended that career. Later, in Florida, Billy joined the 40s softball team and won 3 world titles in 8 years.

Bill played a little golf in Ohio, but the cold weather limited that activity, and it wasn't until he came to Florida for a vacation that the golfing bug took over and he decided to stay. Attempting to qualify for the Senior Tournament at Fox Hollow Golf Club, he shot a 71, but only 3 players were selected. His good friend, Steven Hensley, introduced him to Countryway Golf Club and he and his wife Debbie enjoyed the Friday night 'couple's league.

He took special pride in his achievement of the lowest score ever at Countryway Golf Club. That record still stands today. On July 16, 2006, Billy O shot a score of 52.

Bill is survived by his loving wife Debbie O'Hair; daughter Renee Hughes and her husband Joe; sons, Jon and Jeremy O'Hair; stepson, Kris Gunter; Stepdaughter, Staci Jones; five grandchildren: Brooke, Dylan, Cameron, Brandon and Alexis - (and a baby on the way); brothers Denny, Tim and Brad O'Hair, and sister, Marlene.

  SERUNIAN, Fred, 69, known to many as "Freddie", died at 6 PM January 12, 2010.

Frederick John Serunian of Tampa Fla. and Maine, died Jan. 12, 2010 in a Tampa hospital. He was born on Sept. 7, 1940 in Portland, a son of Ovagin John and Rose Nancy Aloian Serunian. Fred attended local schools and was a 1958 graduate of South Portland High School.

Fred served stateside in the Army during the Vietnam Conflict. He was employed with Central Maine Railroad for 21 years.
Fred was a great athlete who loved sports. As a young man he played baseball and as an adult played softball for the Griffin Club. His greatest passion was golf. He moved to Florida 17 years ago so that he could play golf all year. He hit several Hole-in-Ones, including the first one on Jan. 6, 2001, the date of his niece Denise Dow's birthday.

He was employed at Countryway Golf Club in Tampa as a ranger which enabled him to play golf for free and make many friends along the way. Fred was a lifelong Red Sox and Patriots Fan. He also enjoyed gambling on the horses at Tampa Downs and Scarborough Downs.

Fred was a former member of the South Portland Eagles. He also love pets and would often 'pet sit' for family members that were away.
Fred was predeceased by four sisters, Alice Ferrara, Louise Welch, Eleanor Ames, Florence Holmes, and a brother, Peter D. Serunian. Survivors include his two sisters, Frances R. Parker of South Portland and Katherine P. Westberry of Portland; a great aunt Elizabeth 'Betty' Richards of Portland; many nieces and nephews and great nieces and great nephews.

In addition to his many family members, Fred was a beloved man who was affectionately known as 'Uncle Freddy' to many of his friends children. He
was especially close to three special friends, Paula Burgess of South Portland, Kathy Mustard of Palm Harbor and Jack Dill of Falmouth.

A Memorial Service, officiated by Norm Coffman, attended by about 50 friends, relatives, golfers, and co-workers, paid last respects. Norm Coffman offered prayers and ended the service with everyone singing "Amazing Grace". Several people shared memories they had of Freddie, including his best friend Jack (from Maine):

"Freddie would have been a good father..."
"He was very special with women..."
"He loved his girls (niece, her children)..."
"He was Pam's golfing partner in the Friday couples league..."
"He never saw a squirrel or a dog he didn't like..."
"He had a big heart..."
"If you rode in a golf cart with Freddie Driving, you better get in the cart fast, or he'd leave you..."
"Freddie worked as a 'Ranger' at Countryway Golf Club for 17 years..."

Hi Ron,

I want to thank you so very much for the nice writeup and pictures of the service Countryway Golf Club had on their website for Freddie.  He had such great friends at Countryway and you all were his family in Florida.  

He loved it there and whenever anyone from Maine visited, he had to take them to Countryway to meet his friends and play some golf.  It was a big part of his life.  

I also want to send a big thank you to everyone that attended the service on the 14th, and to those who had such great things to say about Freddie and especially to Billy and Pina for helping to make this all happen.  It comforts his family and friends back in Maine to know that he had such great friends around him in Florida.
We will all miss him.  Thanks again,

His close and dear friend,



  CRUMBLEY, John Rodney, 74, known to many as "Pops", went to be with his Lord and Savior March 18, 2009.

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Nancy; three children, Mary Alice Wyatt (Rick), John Crumbley (Lisa), and Lisa Key (Billy); seven grandchildren, Melissa, J.J., Brandon (Briana), Bryan, Shane, Amy and Drake; two brothers and one sister.

He was a retired food broker, avid golfer, former West Coast basketball, football and baseball official, Jesuit High School sports volunteer, Bible study teacher, and church deacon.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the First Baptist Church of Town and Country; 7601 Jackson Springs Road, Tampa -  Church Building Fund in his memory. Interment will be in Flippin, Ga.

9/11/2001 - "Never Forget..."

"We also remember these Tuesday Golfers:"

Steve Landrum died on September 11, 2015
Luis Gaitan was born on 9/11 - Died: 2013


Service conducted by Norm Coffman

About 50 people showed their condolences...

Several folks shared some wonderful memories.

We heard some interesting personal stories.

Countryway Golf Club Restaurant

Bill & Pina Sherlock organized the Memorial Service for Freddie at the golf club.

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