Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Florence A. Castor
Condolances Bev&family on your recent loss of Denny's Mom
Ed, just wanted you to know that you and your family are in my prayers and thoughts during your time of loss. May God's Spirit be a constant comfort to you. The GHS Class of 72 is praying for you.
Eddie White GHS Class of 72
My great grandmother was a very loving women, eeven when she couldn't use her words to express it. She loved a good laugh too. I can't express my regrets for not attending the services that was for her. I use to visit her often while I was at work myself. Her face would light right up when she saw me walking to her. I will always miss those bright blue eyes. I just have to keep telling myself that she is not suffering and in a better place. i will always hold a place in my heart for her.
I remember my Aunt Florence growing up always had a hug and a kiss for me and she seemed always "bubbly & exciting" she was fun to be around. May the Peace of Christ be with her and her family now and forever.
Braden "Sonny" McKinley (Calif.)
I have no doubt just where Aunt Flo is, we all know how much she loved Jesus! She was always a lady, a very special lady, and she always lifted me despite the strife that she endured during her lifetime. This presentation brings tears to my eyes, as I see her life and all of my family, in pictures, so many memories are recalled. God Bless her Soul and all of her family. Goodbye, Aunt Flo, I love you.
rest in peace Florence (step grandmother)
Rhonda Lee (park) Zupen
Tto all of Fol's loved ones: She was a very special lady! They say people come in to your life 'for a reason or a season'. Flo came in to my life for a reason AND a season. It's been many years ago, but she left footprints on my heart that will be there forever. I will never forget her.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers in these coming days.
My Father, Clyde Wood, would like to extend his sympathys to the family. He is a first cousin of Florences through his mother Ada (McKinley) Wood. He is also 93 born on July 16th 1921 just a year younger than your mother. He talks by phone frequently to Jean McKinley (cousin by marrage age 95) who lives in New Mexico and will inform her of your mothers death. He reqrets not being able to attend the funeral services due to health. He had to give up driving this year due to a fall and head injury. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family at this time.
Pat (Wood) Dolecki