November 29, 1932 – April 13, 2018
Elenore Reed, 85, of Palm Beach Gardens and formerly of Boca Raton, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Friday, April 13, 2018, at 11:11 p.m. Elenore was born in Brooklyn NY on November 29, 1932, a daughter of the late John the Baptist Pflaum and Anna Pflaum. Elenore opened her own beauty salon in Glendale NY. The shop name was Bill's. She married her late husband, Bill Reed, in 1952, and they built a home in Long Island. They both loved to dance and together won many Arthur Murray School of Dance trophies, including Ballroom dancing awards. Elenore and Bill taught dance lessons at Jones Beach on summer weekend nights including Cha-cha, Tango, the Hustle and others. Elenore loved to soak up the sun at Jones Beach and West End 2 where her husband, Bill, was a lifeguard. They also enjoyed vacationing in Hilton Head SC and, years later, vacationed with her family near Land's End. Elenore loved to decorate her front lawn for various holidays and won a Melville Neighborhood Beautification Award. Elenore later moved to Highland Beach Florida where she enjoyed a condo on the beach with an inter-coastal view. In memory of her husband and honoring his military service, Elenore dedicated a flag pole, in the town park in front of the condominium, with love to Bill. In her later years, Elenore moved to Devonshire at PGA, where she enjoyed many friends, outings, and also enjoyed the service of many staff members. Surviving Elenore is her sister Josephine Rasulo, her brother-in-law Joseph Rasulo, her nieces, Donna and Angie Rasulo, her nephew Robert John Rasulo, and her great niece Marie Dianne Carlin. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on June 2, at 11:30 a.m. at St Anthony's Shrine Church, in Nanuet NY. Should you prefer, in lieu of flowers donations in Elenore's memory may be made to Alzheimer's Association, Hudson Valley Chapter, or for information www.alz.org/hudsonvalley.
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