Todd Cameron Hunter, Sr. was born in Elizabeth, N.J., in 1957. After moving to Tallahassee, he graduated from Leon High School and then Florida State University in 1985 with a Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management and Insurance. Todd had a very successful four-decade career in wealth management and owned his own company, Strategic Wealth Management Advisors, Inc. He was deeply involved in the community and served on several Boards and volunteer organizations. Todd was passionate about spending time at St. Teresa Beach, being on the water, playing guitar, golfing and tennis. He cherished his family and the friendships with his Leon 1974 State Championship football team, Phi Delts, golfing buddies, his 100s and countless others. Todd and his family are eternally grateful for his TMH Cancer Center, Emory Hospital, Dr. Pain and Hospice caretakers. Todd was also a longtime Golden Chief and advocate for Seminole Boosters and Florida State University.
Seminole Boosters mourn the passing of Dr. Frank Fain, 1991 Chairman of the Seminole Boosters Board of Directors and longtime resident of Brevard County. He and his wife, Jo Ann, raised two Seminole daughters, and led the advancement of Florida State’s interest in the area. Frank was born and raised in Quincy, Fla., before moving to Tallahassee to receive his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry in 1957. From there he went on to earn his Doctorate of Medicine from University of Alabama in 1962. Most recently, Frank brought life back in to the Brevard County Seminole Club and helped bring together many Seminoles in his hometown. Over the years Frank made considerable monetary donations to FSU as well as the Board by helping to advance the development of the University Center Building. Frank is a true Seminole and will be greatly missed.
Sutton Goodrich Hilyard, Jr.
Sutton Goodrich Hilyard, Jr., (Sonny), passed away unexpectedly on Sept. 29, 2018 at 74. Sonny was born in Miami Beach in 1943. He was the son of Sutton Hilyard, Sr. and Minnie Ruth Hilyard, both from Tullahoma, Tenn. Sonny was a high school athlete, playing football, baseball and basketball at Saint Leo College Preparatory School. He then went on to attend Florida State University and was a lifetime Seminole fan. After graduating from FSU, he attended Stetson Law School where he graduated 3rd in his class. Before beginning his law career, Sonny served in Vietnam in DeNang as a 1st Lieutenant and had a platoon in the 554th MP Battalion. Upon returning from Vietnam, he and his family settled in Orlando where Sonny began his career as an attorney retiring from the same fi rm 43 years later as a Senior Partner of Hilyard, Bogan & Palmer, PA. Sonny was a Seminole Booster at FSU for 35 years and loved going to Tallahassee for football games. His daughter and granddaughter also graduated from FSU. He was an avid golfer and also loved inshore and sport fishing, fishing at exotic locations as well as his favorite local spots at Mosquito Lagoon in New Smyrna Beach and Captiva Island with his wife, Donna. He was a loving husband, a caring father and grandfather and a loyal friend. He filled a room with his big personality and will be dearly missed. He is survived by his loving wife of 31 years, Donna Hilyard, his daughters, Holly Scheuerle Berger – ’87 (Ed) and Nicole Irby (Mark), their mother, Sherry Hilyard, and four grandchildren, Taylor Scheuerle ‘2018, Sutton Scheuerle, Maclain Irby and Colin Irby.
Connie M. Alford, Tallahassee, FL, 1948
Dr. Robert A. “Bob” Anderson, Rockledge, FL
Carolyn F. Broadbent, Tallahassee, FL
Mildred H. Bryant, Smyrna, GA, 1952
Stephen C. Bullock, Mc Alpin, FL, 1978
Norman Frank Fain, Melbourne, FL, 1957
Marshall L. Frinks, Tallahassee, FL
James G. Heisler Jr., Tallahassee, FL, 1966 Men’s Swimming
Sonny Hilyard, Longwood, FL, 1965
Todd C. Hunter, Tallahassee, FL, 1985
Kathy L. Lee, Tallahassee, FL
Aubrey C. Mayo, Tallahassee, FL
Dr. Barbara C. Palmer, Tallahassee, FL, 1972
Roger L. Richardson, Flowery Branch, GA
Don W. Sparkman, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Jack Stansel, Wimauma, FL, 1964
Elliot Toole, Tallahassee, FL, 1968