David Marlow Atlas Sr., 73, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, passed away February 23, 2020 at Cleveland Clinic Tradition Hospital.
He was born July 15, 1946 in New Castle, Pennsylvania and had been a resident of Port St. Lucie since 2005, coming from St. Mary’s County, MD.
Mr. Atlas was a veteran of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, having served during the Vietnam era as a Corpsman.
He is survived by his wife, Justine Atlas of Port St. Lucie; children, Darrin Atlas, Dana Atlas and Dennis Atlas, all of Leonardtown, MD; stepson, Zeth Corron of Milford, NH; stepdaughter, Laine Corron of Port St. Lucie, FL and 11 grandchildren.
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