Alton Burl Kitler, Sr

Alton Burl Kitler, Sr., born on November 11, 1935, a
well-known resident of Oceanway, 80, passed away on Tuesday May 10, 2016,
with his family by his side. He was a native and lifelong resident of
Oceanway and a member of Duval Station Baptist Church. He was the youngest
of 10 children born to the late, Curtis and Hattie Mizell Kitler. After
retiring from the City Of Jacksonville, Burl along with his wife Pat owned
and operated the Red Maple Grocery and Kitlers Bait and Tackle in Oceanway
and Burl’s game room in Highlands. He is preceded in death by his son
Alton Burl Kitler, (Kit) Jr, 7 sisters and 1 brother. Survivors include
his wife of 60 years, Pat; Daughter, Nancy McIntire (Steve);
grandchildren, Jonathan McIntire and Tiffany Ballard (Rob); great
grandchildren, Hayden McIntire, Kalyse, Kaison and Tre’ Ballard. Brother,
James (Jim) Kitler, adopted brother, Buddy Clark and several nieces,
nephews other relatives and friends. Burl is also survived by his 4 legged
companion “Katie.” Funeral services will be held on Monday May 16, 2016 at
11am in the chapel of Cedar Bay Funeral Home, 405 New Berlin Road,
Jacksonville, with Pastor Jimmy Flanagan and Rev. Steve McCoy officiating.
Interment will follow in Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville. The family will
receive friends on Sunday May 15, from 4pm until 6pm at the funeral home,
The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers, love and
support, and also a special thanks to the Nassau Hospice Team.