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July 15, 2021

Newman Leon “Mac” McGregor

Newman Leon “Mac” McGregor, II, 76 of Belleview, passed away July 10, 2021 at home surrounded by his loving family.

Mac was born in Erie, PA on September 22, 1944, to Newman Leon McGregor and Ruby McEllenburg McGregor.  He was the proud husband of Nancy McGregor for the past 28 years.

Mac owned and operated McGregor’s Muffler Shop, on CR 484 in Belleview for thirty years. He also was a former Chief of the South Marion Volunteer Fire Department. Mac was a car enthusiast in building and restoring older cars and Raced #76 at the Ocala Speedway.

Mac is survived by his wife, Nancy McGregor; children, Mary Ilene Hittle (Scott), Pattyann Wiseman (Pat); step-daughter, Kelly Roos; step-son, William Spinney; and his brother, John McGregor (Peggy).

Visitation will be 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Friday, July 16, 2021 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home with Celebration of Life Services beginning at 11:00 Friday, July 16th.



Johnny Mack Hendrix,  Sr. 73,  passed away Saturday  June 26, 2021 at Brandly Hospice  House The Villages. There will be a celebration of life on Saturday, July 17th from 4 to 7 pm, at the Moose Club, 10035 S Hwy 441, Belleview.

Johnny was born March 24.1948 in Tupelo, Ms to John and Edna Hendrix. He is preceded in death by his parents and several brothers and sisters.  He is survived by his son Johnny Hendrix Jr (Candy) Eolia, Ky, Christine Hendrix, Dunnellon, Fl , Sarah Finley (Tim) Summerfield, Fl, and companion Barbara Casteel. Sister Mary McElvoy Aiken, SC, Brother Bobby Hendrix Nettleton, Ms , Junior Clements (Liinda) Ocala, Fl. Several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Johnny worked for years for Dallas Stratton at Strattons Texaco also for Greg McWhite.  He moved to work for Skyline corporation for years before he started his own business Johnny Hendrix Mobile Home Spotting.

  Johnny never met a stranger and loved everyone.


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