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Baltic, Leposava “Poyka”, 95, of Dunedin, formerly of Seminole, died on June 27, 2010. Poyka lived in Belgrade, Serbia, from her birth until 1945 at which time she moved to Italy. She married a military officer in 1938, but they were separated by war. She later moved to Paris, France where she lived until 1949. She remarried and spent a year in Germany, then came to the United States in 1950 and lived in New Jersey. She retired from the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in 1976 and moved to Seminole, FL where she lived for 34 years. She always loved animals and small children. She enjoyed horseback riding, skiing, hiking, gardening, nature walks, photography, traveling, and watching old movies with Audrey Hepburn and Gene Kelly. She loved chocolate milkshakes from McDonalds, the smell of flowers, and soothing music. She is survived by her daughter, Divna Todorovich and grandson, Alexander W. Sittig, both of Washington, D.C.