Neuhalfen, Florence (Cleveland)

Monday, October 30, 2017

Florence Neuhalfen, 89, a resident of Cleveland, passed away Saturday evening, October 28, 2017, in a local health care facility.

Mrs. Neuhalfen was born Aug. 31, 1928, in LaSalle, Il. She was the daughter of the late Mary Safranski Krysiak and Walter Krysiak. Her husband, Arvin Neuhalfen and her three sisters and four brothers also preceded her in death.

She enjoyed working in her flower garden and traveling. Mrs. Neuhalfen was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. 

Survivors include her daughters, Patricia Gerlach of Commerce, Georgia, Lorna Heintz and her husband Richard of Cleveland, her son, Robert Neuhalfen of Phoenix, Arizona, her grandchildren, James Heintz and his wife LouAnn, Shawn Heintz and his wife Rosa, Jason Heintz and his wife Gisela, Dustin Gerlach and Corrissa Gerlach, her great grandchildren, Hannah and Abigail Heintz, her sisters, Blanche Uranich and her husband Larry of LaSalle, Illinois, Betty Bolelli and her husband Jim of Bloomington, Illinois and several nieces and nephews also survive.

The Remembrance of Life Memorial Service will be conducted on Monday, Oct. 30, at 6 p.m. at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses with Elder Rockne Winner officiating.

The family will receive friends from 5-6 p.m. on Monday at the church.

The Jim Rush Funeral and Cremation Services Wildwood Chapel who has charge of the arrangements.

You may share your condolences and your memories with the Neuhalfen family at www.jimrushfuneralhomes.com. 



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