Florence Rosalie Torday

March 25, 1939November 6, 2020

Florence Rosalie Torday was born on March 25, 1939 and passed away on November 6, 2020 and is under the care of FitzHenry’s Funeral Home.

Serving as pallbearers are James Hart, Greg Krupp, Jacob Krupp, Kody Krupp, Jackson Collins, Jason Collins.

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  • James Hart
  • Greg Krupp
  • Jacob Krupp
  • Kody Krupp
  • Jackson Collins
  • Jason Collins


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Kelly Lindstrom

November 13, 2020

My Nana was a generous God loving women. She always worried about her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She used to ask Bella, do you know Bella means beautiful? She would call her My Belisima! Ava was named after Our Blessed Mother, Nana would always ask Ava are you going to be a Saint? Ava would tell Nana, no. Then tell her she got in trouble, again. Nana would laugh and tell her I'll pray you don't get in trouble. Ava said pray mommy doesn't know or you're in trouble too. Nana got a good laugh at that. We miss you Nana, please guide us as we go through life without you. We love you Nana!!!

Terrance Torday

November 12, 2020

My mother she was very nonjudgmental.Her life of purity honoring her marriage vows even unto death.She saw good in everything no matter how bad things were.She used to say God can do everything I give you my problems in return I will pray for a good outcome .My fondest memories of my mother when she would take walks with me in the evening .Ill miss her laugh her smile but most of all just being able to know that she was there .

Judy (JuJuBee) Garcia

November 12, 2020

My mother, was an extraordinary woman, she touched so many people, and their lives. Her kindness her love, and her gentleness, it’s going to be missed tremendously.
I can still hear her laugh, I still see her smiling and chuckling at her own jokes, I am breaking side.
Yesterday I bought my mother some red shoes, to go with her dress. I spoke with my cousin Ann, and she said it reminded her of that story of “The Red Shoe”, it’s actually a song by Alabama “The Christmas Shoes 👠”.
I am so glad I bought those shoes from my mother, to be in her best with Our Sweet Jesus, & His Blessed Mother.
Oh Sweet Jesus, I need you to take the wheel, I can’t do this on my own.

rita krupp

November 12, 2020

My Mother was one of the generous people I have ever known, she always put other people’s needs first before her own. She literally took her shoes off and gave them to a young mother who was walking down the street barefoot in the middle of summer pushing her baby in a stroller. My mothers did so much for everyone else she put herself on the back burner for her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, friends, and strangers who she felt needed a kind word or the shoes off her feet.
Forever in our Hearts Love you Momma

Theresa Collins

November 11, 2020

My mom would sacrifice her needs to help others. I fell her being able to be part of her Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, made special memories for us and them.


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