ROBERTS, ERNEST, 78, of Largo, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Thursday (Nov. 16, 2000) at Sun Coast Hospital, Largo. He was born in Fairfax, S.C., and moved here in 1960 from St. Petersburg. He retired as a courier for the former Southeast Bank in Seminole. He was a member of Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church, St. Petersburg. Survivors include his wife, Mattie; two stepsons, Thomas Breedlove and Charlie Holloway Jr., both of Largo; three stepdaughters, Elmira Breedlove, Largo, Willie Pearl Brye, Clearwater, and Lovonne Holloway, U.S. Army in Korea; two brothers, Jencle, Leesburg, and Palma, High Point, S.C.; eight grandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. Young's Funeral Home, Clearwater.
FULLER, ERROLL LA' GARIA, 38, of Bronx, N.Y., formerly of St. Petersburg, died Friday (Nov. 17, 2000) at Bayfront Medical Center. A St. Petersburg native, he was a 1979 graduate of Boca Ciega High School. He attended St. Petersburg Junior College and Grand Rapids (Mich.) Community College, and was a graduate of Morehouse College, Atlanta. He was a retail clothing clerk and a member of Beulah Baptist Church, Decatur, Ga. Survivors include his mother, Connie Fuller, and his father, Ernest, four brothers, [Gerald R. Somers], Antonio "Tony," Ernest R. and Ernest Jr., all of St. Petersburg; four sisters, Falicia Fuller, Rosalyn Fuller and Kedra Fuller, all of St. Petersburg, and Yolanda Lambert, Jonesboro, Ga.; three aunts, LeVota Fuller, Grand Rapids, Josephine Stovall, Pittsburgh, and Gloria Fuller, St. Petersburg; and 13 nieces. Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.
HOOD, ZELMA LOUISE, 85, of St. Petersburg, died Friday (Nov. 17, 2000) at home. Born in Franklin, Texas, she came here in 1965 from Washington, D.C. She retired from the Department of the Navy. She was a past matron of OES Electa Chapter, Washington, D.C., and was a past high priestess of LOSNA Tahuti Court 44, St. Petersburg. She was a member of Daughters of the Nile, and was a volunteer at All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, and the Shriner's Hospital, Tampa, for many years. She was a charter member of Lutheran Church of the Cross. Survivors include three daughters, Josie Campisano, Cincinnati, and Mae Butler and Bonnie Rohrbaugh, both of St. Petersburg; a son, [Robert Kala], Tampa; and numerous grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. National Cremation Society, St. Petersburg.