In Memory

Ernest Rushing III - Class Of 1964

Deceased Classmate: 1964 Ernest Bradley Rushing III
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Date Of Birth: May-29-1946
Date Deceased: December-7-2021
Age at Death: 75
Cause of Death: 
Classmate City: Palm Beach Gardens
Classmate State: FL
Classmate Country: USA
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Ernie Rushing, 75, passed away at his home in Palm Beach Gardens on December 7, 2021. He was born in Statesboro, Georgia on May 29, 1946, and spent many years in Palm Beach County. After his graduation from FAU, he entered the business world and in 1990, created and owned California Designs, Inc. His passions in life were his family, fishing, golf, cycling, water sports and travel. He is survived by his wife, Jill Rushing, his son E. Bradley Rushing IV, daughter-in-law Kelsey Rushing, granddaughter Charlotte Elizabeth Rushing, sisters Jane Haas (Michael Haas), Lynn Hastings (Thomas Hastings), and Patricia Rushing. He will be profoundly missed by his family and by those who knew and loved him. A Celebration of Life is being planned for January 2022.

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01/04/22 01:16 PM #1    

Skeeter Biltswitch (1964)

  Having Ernie in school was always fun. Having fish with Ernie for snook along the Earman River back in the day. On West Lake Park Road. Later named Northlake Blvd. Life happen and would see each other at the Buzz or our class reunion. Too many years and too few times together, as with others of our younger years. Such is Life.


02/19/22 12:19 PM #2    

Kerry Bogard (1962)

This is sad news. "Ernie" was one of my favorite 'character's' in high school. Always funny and a truly great guy. He dated one of my Dream Girls, "Joyce Patterson", and I had many personal engagements with him from high school to Junior College. Last time I spoke to him was back in the early 80's while looking for Patio Furniture at California Designs. He sounded, on the phone, like he hadn't changed at all. I since moved to Central Fla.and lost touch.

R.I.P. Ernie, you will be missed.....

02/20/22 10:23 AM #3    

Penelope Brown (Conlan) (1964)

Sad to learn this news and remember him fondly from all those years ago in Riviera Beach.  It sounds like the enjoyed a wonderful life and I hope he rests in peace.  Condolences to his family.

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