OBITUARY

Olga A. McClure

November 16, 1926May 4, 2019

Olga Ann McClure, 92, of Apopka, died peacefully on Saturday, May 4, 2019 in Apopka, after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Mrs. McClure was born on November 16, 1926 in Franklin, New Jersey to the late Joseph and Teresa Pumlenyi. She enjoyed listening to classical music, reading, crossword, word search, and jigsaw puzzles and working in her yard. In October of 1996, she composed a poem that was published in a book of poems. She cherished visiting and spending time with her family and friends the most. She was a devout Catholic and was a member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Apopka. She is preceded in death by her sons, Matthew and John McClure; husband, John McClure; parents, Joseph and Teresa Pumlenyi; brothers Edward, John, and Joseph, and her sister, Mary. Survivors include her loving children, Margaret (Richard) McGregor, Veronica McClure, Mary (Richard) Morris, Elizabeth (David) Spalding, Edward McClure, Agnes Lempereur, and Michael (Theresa) McClure; grandchildren, Sheryl (Robert) Bennett, Anthony (Trish Havard) McClure, Aaron McClure, William (Monica) Villanueva, Patrick Sperber, Nicholas Lempereur, Samantha Spalding, and Madison Detko, and great grandchildren, Jordan Villanueva, Alonzo (Shelby) Hardy, Alex Hardy, Celeste Villanueva, Serenity Villanueva, Joseph McClure, and Emma McClure. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 am on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 834 S Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32703. Inurnment will follow the Mass at 1 pm in Woodlawn Memorial Park in Gotha followed by a celebration of life at the funeral home. Share your memories and send condolences to the McClure family at www.woodlawnfuneralhomegotha.com

  • FAMILY

  • Olga is preceded in death by her sons, Matthew and John McClure; husband, John McClure; parents, Joseph and Teresa Pumlenyi; brothers Edward, John, and Joseph, and her sister, Mary.

    Survivors include her loving children, Margaret (Richard) McGregor, Veronica McClure, Mary (Richard) Morris, Elizabeth (David) Spalding, Edward McClure, Agnes Lempereur, and Michael (Theresa) McClure; grandchildren, Sheryl (Robert) Bennett, Anthony (Trish Havard) McClure, Aaron McClure, William (Monica) Villanueva, Patrick Sperber, Nicholas Lempereur, Samantha Spalding, and Madison Detko, and great grandchildren, Jordan Villanueva, Alonzo (Shelby) Hardy, Alex Hardy, Celeste Villanueva, Serenity Villanueva, Joseph McClure, and Emma McClure.

Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, May 11, 2019
  • Inurnment Saturday, May 11, 2019

Memories

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Elizabeth Spalding

May 9, 2019

My mama was always sweet to me, loved my kid's like they were her own I wished I could've been a better daughter to her I just know she loved me thank you mama I'll love you always God bless you

Rochelle Aguirre

May 9, 2019

She was a wonderful person that I got to know and all of her family.She was always good to people.I loved spending time with all the family at her house. You will be missed.

Michael McClure

May 8, 2019

I will always cherish each and every day I spent with my mom. I remember growing up in South Florida Homestead Leisure City Mom always did her best to keep me in line. Mom always made sure we always had our 3 meals a day she never let us go hungry no matter what we had. She would always watch me board the school bus to go to school. Mom did the best she can with what we had. All my life I always knew I had the greatest mom in the whole world. I will never forget all of the good times we shared together. I love you always and forever mom Rest In Heavenly Peace. ❤❤❤❤❤

Maria Perez

May 8, 2019

Most wonderful person I met with and all her family loved spending time with her and her sons well God has gained another angel she will be missed and loved..



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Edward McClure

May 8, 2019

My mom. I always called her mama. When ever I left for work, when I worked at Florida Utility Trailer, I would always give her a kiss and say "I'll see you later", never goodbye! Even at my current job, I'd tell her, I'll see you later. I always told her how much I loved her, always hugged her. I'd give anything, anything, to hug her one more time. I love you very much, mama. Until we meet again......I'll see you later!

Anthony McClure

May 8, 2019

I will always remember my beloved gramz for her wisdom on how to be a gentleman. She always told me how to treat women & to always hold the door for them, to walk on the outside when walking along streetways, & also to always be kind & not be disrespectful.I will take what you taught me to my grave & will never forget who taught it to me. I remember when I had my son shortly after she was in the hospital then she asked me when was I going to get married to my fiancé. I told her she will know about it when I do. Also she was always happy to see my fiancé & me when we came by to see her & my uncles & Theresa. What I will always remember though as I have already stated though was how she taught me to be a gentleman. I will never forget all she has taught & bestowed upon me on how that works. I will always love you & forever will you be in my heart Gramz or as my Little girl calls you Gigi. Rest easy & dance till your heart contents. Till we meet again. Love always, Tony your grandson

Patrick Sperber

May 7, 2019

I remember growing up in Leisure City, FL and my grandma taking me for long walks to the park, to the store, and just anywhere she wanted to go. She was always kind and gentle and taught me many things along our walks. She never let me stray too far and when I got out of line she let me know. Then, and here's what I looked forward to, after dinner and things got settled she would share her Reeses Pieces with me. She would take out all the dark colored ones because she said they had chocolate in them. She couldn't eat chocolate. I miss her very much and will always cherish those times and so much more.

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FROM THE FAMILY