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Florence Cecilia Bourdeau

Florence Cecilia Bourdeau

April 16, 1930 - January 22, 2020

Florence Cecilia Bourdeau passed away on January 22, 2020, in Pahrump, Nevada. She was born in Yonkers, New York, to Alfred and Hedwig Banko. <br /> Predeceased in death, by her husband John and her long-time partner and travel companion Dave Kelso. <br /> Florence was a toll collector for the New York State Thruway Authority at the Spring Valley Barrier. She retired to a life of gambling, buffets and Vegas shows in Pahrump, NV. Sometimes she took a break from Pahrump to travel the world. From China to river cruises in Europe, including trips to eastern Europe and a New Year's cruise across the International Date Line. <br /> She is survived by family that loved her dearly. She had seven children, John (Mary Ellen) Bourdeau of New Jersey, Suzanne Tuttle of Nevada, Cindy (Jim) Munkelt of Maine and Texas, Gail (Ray) Rivera of Pennsylvania, Jeannette (Mark) Szupillo of New York, Robert (Barbara) Bourdeau of New York, and Michael (Rosann) Bourdeau of Connecticut. <br /> She was also the proud grandmother of seventeen grandchildren, sixteen great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. <br /> Visitation January 31st <br /> 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm <br /> WANAMAKER & CARLOUGH FUNERAL HOME <br /> 177 Route 59 <br /> Suffern, New York 10901 <br /> Graveside Service <br /> 11:00 am <br /> BRICK CHURCH CEMETERY <br /> 220 Brick Church Road <br /> Spring Valley, New York 1097 <br /> <br /> Flowers are appreciated and donations may be made to the Florence Bourdeau Memorial fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Hospital https://www.facebook.com/donate/598189167628007/ or your local animal shelter.

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Pahrump Family Mortuary

5441 Vicki Ann Road, Pahrump,

89048
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    My memory of my Grandma Bourdeau is going to her house for family suppers. Our family was so big. I am the oldest granddaughter, my dad is John. I remember our family so big that the children had to have our own table. I know I always wanted to sit at the adult table and never got a chance. Even though I wasn't always my Grandma Bourdeau not a day gone by I didn't think about her and the whole family. Thank you God for creating Facebook if it wasn't for that I wouldn't have gotten to see pictures and chat with my cousins and 2nd cousins. I pray to God that I can some how get up to NY to be another support for my dad, my mom MaryEllen and all my aunts and my uncles and the rest of my family. God will make a way for me too. If God don't see it that way. to my family I am there in spirit.
    Message to my Grandma Bourdeau when you see my mom and dads side of the families tell them I love and miss them. Also for my sister Sherri Lynn I love and miss her too. One day I will be able to tell them myself. Grandma Bourdeau here is a pictures of me and my husband, my 4 daughters Heather,(26) Michelle(24)Leigh Ann(21)and Yasmine and my son Jonathan (26) and last but not least my grandson Joseph

    Grandma Bourdeau you will be missed but never forgotten.
    Dawn Morse Jan 28, 2020