OBITUARY

Florence Albert

July 26, 1939March 20, 2012

Florence M. Albert, 72, died on Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 at Treasure Coast Hospice in Stuart, FL.

Florence was born in Charleston, WV, and moved to Jensen Beach in 1982 coming from Miami, FL. Florence was a data processer in Miami for 12 years. She was of the Presbyterian faith.

Survivors include her husband of 46 years, James Albert of Jensen Beach, FL, brother, Bill (Madelyn) Brogan of New York, NY, three sisters, Joann Ostendorf of Anitoch, TN, Sally (Bill) Walker and Patricia (Melvin) Walker both of Charleston, WV.

A visitation will be held on Saturday March 24th from 10:30AM – 11:30PM at Aycock Funeral Home Chapel, Jensen Beach, FL, a prayer service will be held at 11:30.

Contributions may be made, Treasure Coast Hospice, 1201 SE Indian St, Stuart, FL 34997.

Arrangement entrusted to Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach, FL.

Please visit www.aycockjensenbeach.com to sign guest book for Florence.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, March 24, 2012
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 24, 2012
REMEMBERING

Florence Albert

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March 26, 2012

Dear Jim, Ardie and I will truly miss Flo forever..We have such fond memories of the summers you both have spent with us since we moved to GA 30 years ago. Flo was a very dear friend and a thoughtful person. She never failed to send cards to us for every occasion. Our lives will never be the same without her. I'm relieved to know that she is no longer in pain; and, I feel sure we'll see her again someday! Love to you, Ardie and Lois

Rick (Ricky) Cremin

March 24, 2012

Jim, what great memories I have of her, she was a beautiful woman, always so happy. You and Flow have been in my life as long as I can remember I will miss her dearly.

Barbara Cremin

March 24, 2012

Jim, I am so sorry to learn that the wonderful, vibrant Flo has passed away. I'm sure everyone who knew her has great memories of the way she livened up a room. You are in my thoughts, with fondness.

Fred Albert

March 24, 2012

Uncle Jim,
Wishing I could be there with you today. Just want you to know you will remain in my prayers and thoughts. I have many great memories of Aunt Flo.
Love you, Fred

March 23, 2012

Dear Jim, We were all so sad to learn of Flo's passing. She was a wonderful woman and I have such fond memories of her. We are thinking of you and sending our condolences.
Linda Cremin Lochow and Family (Encinitas, Ca)

Lynn Burkle

March 23, 2012

Dear Jim,
I was deeply saddened to learn of Flo's passing. I have so many fond memories of the times we shared in Miami and the Key's. She was a very special lady that always brightened the day and made people smile.

Gary Cremin

March 23, 2012

Dear Jim; I have been very sad these last few days after learning of Flo's passing. The world has lost a truly special person.
I will forever cherish my memories of her, and she will live on in those memories.
We are all thinking of you and share in your sorrow.

Jack Albert

March 23, 2012

Jim; We are so sorry about Flo. Totsy and I always enjoyed having her visit, and being with her at family reunions. She always made Totsy laugh, and will always be remembered for her humor. I wish I could be with you; please know that I will be thinking of you during the next few days, and will be there in spirit. Love, Jack and Totsy.

March 23, 2012

Jim:
We truly loved Flo and will miss her bright smile and " sunny" personality. We will always cherish the humor & fond memories that our family shared with her .May God comfort you and keep you strong during this difficult time. Please know that we love you and that you are always in our thoughts and prayers. Your Brother Mike , Mary Lou , and family

March 23, 2012

Dear Uncle Jim,

I am so sad to hear about Aunt Flo. I always enjoyed seeing her and sharing fun times laughing with her. She will be greatly missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
May you find peace and comfort during the days ahead. Love, your nephew, Fred Albert