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Dr Clyde George Banner II

Dr Clyde George Banner II
  • August 8, 1953 - October 15, 2016
  • Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida

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“i loved working with dr. banner for many years , i worked with him at mmhs and jmc emergency rooms , he loved the patients and took great care of his...Read More »
1 of 25 | Posted by: benjamin bagley - stuart, FL

“I pray the Lord will take you all into his arms and comfort you all in this time. Dr. Banner always treated people as if he knew you prior to...Read More »
2 of 25 | Posted by: Connie Brown - Loxahatchee, FL

“To the Banner Family, Please accept my sincere condolences. May God hear your cries and heal your hearts, by helping and comforting you. Psalms 28:2...Read More »
3 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“...very sad and heartbroken when I heard of Dr Banner's passing... I am very grateful for having know, Clyde and his wonderful family. my deepest...Read More »
4 of 25 | Posted by: nanette costanza - covington, LA

“It was a pleasure working with you Clyde,always a welcoming smile & a hug. You will be missed........ CC ”
5 of 25 | Posted by: Cathy Carter - Jupiter, FL

“My condolences to Dr Banners family. It was a pleasure working with him.Pat Waddell England ”
6 of 25 | Posted by: A friend

“Dr Banner was truly an inspiration to friends, family and the Emergency Department at JMC. He was always smiling and never let anything get in his...Read More »
7 of 25 | Posted by: Liz Edwards - port saint lucie, FL

“He will be sadly missed this Mardi Gras but I know what he would want. Yes Clyde, we will raise more than one glass in your honor! We will have your...Read More »
8 of 25 | Posted by: Ron and Sheila Messina - LA

“Dr Clyde Banner was one of the most caring ER doc's I ever worked with. I'll miss his wonderful laugh ! He always treated me with great respect. His...Read More »
9 of 25 | Posted by: Meri Kelly - Jupiter, FL

“Nancy and I do not have words to adequately express our sorrow at the loss of our great friend Clyde. He was a humble yet confident man who was,...Read More »
10 of 25 | Posted by: Jim and Nancy Cole - FL - Friend

“It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye to a beloved friend. RIP buddy ”
11 of 25 | Posted by: Darrell Witcher - Houston, TX

“Dr. Banner was a very down to earth person who always spoke to you in the hall way and asked how you were doing. I am very sad to hear of his passing. ”
12 of 25 | Posted by: John Jones - Jupiter, FL

“I'm very, very sad to hear this news. Clyde was a friend and colleague for 25 years. He was a wonderful and caring physician and a pleasure to work...Read More »
13 of 25 | Posted by: David Shuter MD - Jupiter, FL

“Clyde was a dear friend and coworker over the past 27 years. Always smiling! I know you are happy and watching out for all of us! You will be missed...Read More »
14 of 25 | Posted by: Cheryl Heldreth - Hobe Sound, FL

“My heart felt condolences to Linda and the entire family that Clyde left behind.He was and will always and forever be in our thoughts. Those of us...Read More »
15 of 25 | Posted by: Deborah cochran - port st lucie, FL

“My condolences to Linda and all of Clydes family. I will miss him dearly. He was such a wonderful and caring person. He was great at giving hugs! ”
16 of 25 | Posted by: Melissa Scheithauer - Friend

“Always burning bright my love ❤ ”
17 of 25 | Posted by: Linda

“Clyde was not only my co-worker but an amazing friend. He was my go to guy when I needed to talk football. We had many tailgate parties at the Miami...Read More »
18 of 25 | Posted by: MELISSA LIVINGSTON - HOBE SOUND, FL

“My sincere condolences to Linda and the whole family. Clyde was an awesome ER physician and genuinely nice guy. This is a loss to our JMC family. ”
19 of 25 | Posted by: Mary Walters - Jupiter, FL

“A warm and welcoming, friendly and patient soul! He will be greatly missed. Rest well! ”
20 of 25 | Posted by: Rick Stewart - Palm Beach Gardens, FL

“Dr. Banner was a great physician and person, no matter how he was feeling he always had his smile ready and always asked how your day was going,...Read More »
21 of 25 | Posted by: Linda Milillo Wilson

“A bright star that burned out too quickly, Clyde left a lasting impression on everyone he met. He will forever be in our hearts and thoughts, and we...Read More »
22 of 25 | Posted by: Banner and Giannetti Family

“Clyde was a great friend and inspiration for me over the 13 years I worked with him in JMC's ER. He was a key member of the band of brothers who...Read More »
23 of 25 | Posted by: Andrew Walker - Palm City, FL

“Im a very saddened by your loss. He was a genuine person. Treated me like family from day one. I was always so impressed with him and the way he...Read More »
24 of 25 | Posted by: Tom Clark - Key west, FL

“We will all miss Clyde at JMC. He was the complete doctor. Caring, knowledgeable, and complete with all his patients and all the members of the staff...Read More »
25 of 25 | Posted by: Frank DeLucia - Jupiter, FL


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Dr. Clyde George Banner II, 63 years young, passed away Saturday, October 15, 2016, after a heroic battle with cancer. Clyde was born in Denver and raised in his beloved New Orleans; a city as flavorful and full of life as he. Dr. Banner attended Tulane University, where he played college baseball, and not to be outdone, football too. He graduated in 1977, and went on to complete his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine, and establish his career in Jupiter, Florida, practicing Emergency Medicine. For more than 21 years he tirelessly and loyally devoted himself to his passion for helping people and saving lives as an ER doctor at Jupiter Medical Center. JMC was his home away from home, and the people he worked with were much more than colleagues – they were friends and extended family.

Though Jupiter became his home, New Orleans was a part of his essence in every way – you could taste it in his cooking, hear it in his selection of music, and feel it in his zest for life. As a family man and avid sports fan, he fused these together in the Crescent City whenever possible. He traveled back to NOLA pretty regularly, with his forever fiancé, Linda by his side. He loved the Saints and Tulane Athletics, which he supported every year. They made the most of those trips, visiting his mom, sister and oldest daughter, Genevieve. His youngest daughter, Krystal who lived in Florida, would accompany them often, as would close friends who also shared a love of New Orleans. Together they would attend Tulane games, Saints games, Jazz Fest, and Mardi Gras parades and balls with the Krewe of Endymion, to which Clyde was a member.

Clyde was an extremely caring and generous soul who loved his family and close friends deeply. He lit up a room with his warm and gentle smile, and made everyone whose lives he touched, feel accepted and loved. He is survived by Linda Giannetti, his long time fiancé and life partner of 18 years; daughters, Genevieve and Krystal Banner; step sons, Dennis and Dominic Giannetti; and daughter-in-law, Lauren Giannetti. He is also survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Diane and Joe LeMoine; nieces, Angelle Lawson (and family), Michelle Sortino (and family); and grandchildren, Antonia, Dylan, Sofia and Giuliana Giannetti.

A Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 20th from 5pm to 9pm at Taylor and Modeen Funeral Home, 250 Center St., Jupiter, FL 33458. Family will be speaking from 6pm to 7pm. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you send donations "in memory of Dr. Clyde Banner" to Tulane Athletics. Office of Development, PO Box 61075, New Orleans, LA 70161-9986. For directions and online condolences please visit www.taylorandmodeen.com