Florence Mary Gerlach

December 22, 1913 - May 4, 2010
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Florence Mary Gerlach died Tuesday, May 4, 2010 in Nashville, TN. She was 96 years of age, born December 22, 1913, in Chicago Heights, IL. Preceded in death by her parents, John and Catherine Baker; dear brothers: George and Gregory Baker; and beloved husband of 54 years, Herbert G. Gerlach. Florence moved to Crown Point,Continue Reading

Denise Wetzel left a message on May 15, 2010:
John, so sorry to hear about your Mom, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Take Care, Denise Wetzel
Tom Liss left a message on May 12, 2010:
Sue Ann and family, When I think of your Mother, I picture elegance and class. She was a very gentle, poised lady. Our prayers are with you all at this time. Tom & Kathy Liss
Clare Rule left a message on May 11, 2010:
Grandma, You always asked if I remembered hitting the balloon with you and laying in bed doing spelling quizes with you and grandpa. I remember that and so much more. You always brought me swedish fish from Marshall Fields when you came to visit. I remember sitting on your back porch with people all around in folding lawn chairs in the summer. Your garden was always so beautiful. We always had corn from the farm stand that I had to shuck on the back porch. You would always worry about what to feed people when they came to visit. We almost always had Broncos chicken for atleast one meal. And you always made crisp or rhubarb pie. I also remember your strawberry rhubarb sauce that we ate plain or on ice cream. When I would come to visit after college you always made apple crisp, but when I got there there would be a very small corner missing because you would have to try it to make sure it tasted okay. I miss you more than I thought possible, and I hope that you are happy.
Sue Ann Conquest left a message on May 10, 2010:
Well,'re finally back home in Crown Point: You'll be tucked in next to Dad and surrounded by family and all your friends. They had a long time to wait for your arrival! : I will miss you very much. Just know that when I plant a flower, make a pie,or pick up a pair of knitting needles...I'll see your smiling face. With Love For Always, Sue Ann
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
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