OBITUARY

Elizabeth Patricia Focht

August 8, 1934October 2, 2021

Elizabeth Patricia Pfeifer Focht, age 87, passed away on October 2, 2021, in Kissimmee, Florida. She was born in New York on August 9, 1934, to the late Joseph and Catherine Pfeifer. She was the second of four children. As a single parent, she labored and sacrificed to provide a loving home for her son, Fred. After years of working at General Mills in New York and New Jersey, she relocated to Pennsylvania. She lovingly gave of herself, especially with volunteer service to the local international students and to her church, Resurrection Lutheran Church in Horsham, Pennsylvania. It is there she met and married George Focht in 1992; thereby uniting two families in love. George and Elizabeth later moved to Minnesota, and upon retirement relocated to Good Samaritan Village in Kissimmee, Florida. She continued to have a passion to serve, and volunteered at Good Samaritan Village, her church, and missions work. She will be lovingly remembered by George T. Focht (husband), Dr. Frederick and Karen Mayer (son), Richard and Lynne Focht (son), Nanci Focht Alldred (daughter), Catherine Mead (sister), Joseph and Martha Pfeifer (brother). She was also loved by eight grandchildren: Mark Mayer, Joshua Mayer, Rachel Mayer, Erica Simmons, Kristen Pichola, Heather Schild, Freddy Alldred, and three great-grandchildren: Anthony, Madison, and Reagan. She is preceded in death by: her parents Joseph and Catherine Pfeifer, her sister Marian Sampson, and her grandson David Schild.

Services

23 October

Celebration of Life Service

11:00 am

Good Samaritan Community Church

1441 Hoeger Circle
Kissimmee, Florida 34746

13 November

Celebration of Life Service

3:00 pm

Resurrection Lutheran Church

620 Welsh Road
Horsham, Pennsylvania 19044

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Kathy Mead

October 7, 2021

Elizabeth was my aunt, and my godmother. A kind, generous, and loving person, she welcomed people of all kinds into her life over the years. She never failed to remember my birthday, or send a greeting at the holidays. It was so nice to see her so happy over the past many years: she met and married Uncle George, and delighted in being grandmother to the children of my cousin Fred and his wife Karen. My sincere condolences to Uncle George; Fred and Karen and their children; my mother Catherine; my Uncle Joseph and his wife Martha, and all the family and friends. May Aunt Elizabeth rest in the eternal peace she firmly believed in.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY