Family Funeral Care

2904 Orchard Lake Road, Keego Harbor, MI


Florence E. Cordts

July 17, 1933February 29, 2020

Florence Ella Cordts, 86 of West Bloomfield, passed away February 29, 2020.

She was born in Plattsburgh, New York on July 17th, 1933. Flo graduated from Pershing High School and received a nursing degree from the Mercy School of Nursing.

She was married to Robert George Cordts on October 6, 1962.

Flo worked as a head nurse in the maternity ward at Mount Carmel Hospital. She left nursing to raise her family. She later was a long-time employee at the Westacres Credit Union.

Flo was a member of The Red Hat Society, she volunteered at the Detroit Medical Center Huron Valley Hospital for 15 years. She was an active member and volunteer at Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church.

Flo loved gardening, reading, and bargain hunting at garage sales. She also enjoyed chatting with her friends and watching the Detroit Tigers through good times and bad.

Flo was survived by her husband; Robert Cordts; her children; Paul (Margaret Monforton) Cordts and Karen (Mark) Eichorn and her grandchildren; Paige, Aaron and Renee.

A Funeral Mass will be held Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 11AM, with visitation at 10AM at Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church, 3700 Commerce Rd., Orchard Lake, MI 48324. Luncheon to follow. Donations can be made to St. Vincent de Paul Society.


  • Robert George Cordts, Husband
  • Paul (Margaret Monforton) Cordts, Son
  • Karen (Mark) Eichorn, Daughter
  • Paige, Aaron and Renee, Grandchildren


  • Visitation Thursday, March 5, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, March 5, 2020
  • Committal Service Thursday, March 5, 2020


Florence E. Cordts

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Lynn Knopf

March 4, 2020

Uncle Bob, Paul, Karen: So sorry to hear of Aunt Flo's passing. She was definitely one of a kind. I'll miss her laugh and dry sense of humor. Know you're in my thoughts and prayers.

Norman Knopf

March 4, 2020

To Bob and Family from Norman Knopf and our Family; Chris, Glenn, Greg, and Lynn and grand children;Beth, John, Claire, and great grandson Jaxon.

Our best to all the children and grand children.

Now all the sisters are together; Marie, Eleanor, Pat (my wife), and now Flo. When any two of those sisters got together, there were problems for us. Now with the four together, hang in there. They're probably rearranging the furniture now.

Your brother-in-law Norman