1918 — 2013
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Florence I. Wylie, 95, a longtime resident of Georgetown, Calif., was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend, philanthropist, horticulturist and a lover of all birds, animals and children. This gentle soul left us to be with Jesus on June 13, 2013. Born Florence I. Wall in Los Angeles, Calif., on May 15, 1918, she was raised in Roseville, Calif.
Florence was preceded in death by her parents, Frederick and Olive Wall; sisters, Katherine Brukhardt, Helen Hrimuth, Gladys Johnston and Poppy Fernstrom; and brother, William, who died at three months of age. She leaves behind her beloved children, Linda Maxwell (Don) of Tuscon, Ariz., Butch Wylie (Rhonda) of Georgetown, and Clifford Wylie (Claudia) of Georgetown; grandchildren, Christine Hullquist (Gary) of Fort Jones, Calif., Georgette Roenfeldt of Georgetown, Tina Gerstner of Tuscon, Ariz., Katy Walsh (Brian) of Georgetown and Wade Wylie of Roseville; and great-grandchildren, Clifford Landers (Jan) of Auburn, Calif., Richard Landers of Foresthill, Calif., Serena Walsh and Levi Walsh of Georgetown and Gracie Hullquist of Scotts Valley, Calif.
A celebration of Florence’s life will be held at the Methodist Church, 2853 Church Street in Georgetown on July 13, at 11 a.m., followed by a potluck next door at Buckner Hall until 3 p.m.