April 29, 1926 – November 21, 2021
Florence Brunmier, age 95, of Bloomington, California passed away on Sunday, November 21, 2021.
Florence was born to Dr. Teodosio Valledor and Maria De Los Angeles Diaz, April 29th, 1926, in Habana, Cuba. She attended private German schools in, Cuba and later attended and graduated from San Bernardino Valley College, with an A.A. Degree in early childhood development (1978). She married Carland E. Brunmier a US Navy pilot in Habana, 1943. After the war they lived in Habana, Cuba. Together they raised three children.
Her three children, Carl S. Brunmier, Dean Brunmier and Karin Sharp. Her children remember her as very loving, vivacious and active socially and involved in physical sports.
She was preceded in death by Irene Brunmier, infant daughter, Carland Brunmier, husband, Dean Brunmier, son, her parents Teodosio Valledor, and Maria Diaz Valledor.
Florence worked for the Colton Unified School District for 25 years.
A service is scheduled for December 13th, 2021 at Green Acres Mortuary, followed by a graveside at green acres memorial park. A small reception may follow service, yet to be announced.
The family would like to thank, everyone including the Doctors and Caregivers at the San Bernardino Villas, for their care and devotion to our sweet mother.
Thank you, Brunmier family.
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Green Acres Mortuary
Green Acres Memorial Park
November 29, 2021
I knew little that morning God was to call your name.
In life I loved you dearly, in death I do the same.
It broke my heart to lose you, you did not go alone.
For part of me went with you the day God called you home. You left beautiful memories, your love is still my guide, and though I cannot see you, you are always at my side.
I love you mom.
Your daughter, Karin
November 28, 2021
Florence, a dear loving Mother, Grandmother, Daughter, and friend. You were always kind and caring to my sister Joyce and me. You took in her dog PJ when she had to move to the East Coast, paid for the fancy dinner at the Sycamore Inn when Dean took me and helped out whenever you could. You will be missed by all that knew you but they will be blessed with the memories.
Give a kiss to Dean for me.
Phyllis, Gerry, and Joyce