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“I'm sorry to hear of her passing and your loss. We have not been together for quite a while, but I'm sure she has had a wonderful full life. ”
1 of 4 | Posted by: Daniel Uzelac - Williamsburg, VA

“I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. She was Blessed with a long life. ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: Laurie Ouwenga - Posen, IL

“The Ed Johnson family out on the east coast loved Florence and will sorely miss her. She was truly the matriarch of the Fackos and kept us informed...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: The Ed Johnson family - Solomons, MD

“I find myself smiling when I think of Florence and other members of the extended family. Being with Florence was like standing next to a hot stove;...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Mark H. Van Scharrel - Woodridge, IL


Beloved wife of the late Henry A., who passed away February 20, 1996. Loving mother of Beverly (late Kieran) McNulty and the late Henry John Malatinka. Devoted grandmother of Teresa (Gil) Hannon, Mark (Linda) McNulty, Megan (Steve) White and Christine (late Dan) Braun, cherished great grandmother of Patrick, Cailin, Ryan, Aidan, Collin, Hannah, Kiera and the late Nolan, proud great great grandmother of Erik, dearest sister of the late John (late Edith) Facko, Sue (late LeRoy) Erickson, late Eleanor (Harold) Mislich, late Esther (Ed) Johnson, Bertha (late Norman) Mosel, Beatrice (late Russell) Weinberger, late Gerhardt (Mary Lou) Facko, late Norman (Pauline) Facko, late Virginia Facko, late Raymond (late Anne) Facko and Robert (Joyce) Facko. Special friend of Maxine "Cookie" Messere and Robert House.

Florence was a faithful, active member of St. Peter & Paul Lutheran Church of Blue Island.

Memorial donations directed to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago greatly appreciated.