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 Florence Valeria <I>Ovechka</I> Zeller

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Florence Valeria Ovechka Zeller

Birth
Brandonville, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
29 May 1984 (aged 78)
Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Hartsdale, Westchester County, New York, USA
Plot
Shrine of Memories, Unit 6, Tier CC, Crypt 45
Memorial ID
49893467 View Source

Florence was married to Anthony Matthew Ovechka, Jr. They had 3 boys: Raymond "Sonny", Varon Edward, and Delbert Lowell. She has 3 grandchildren: one has chosen to be estranged from the family, Debbie Lynn, and Varon Henry. She has 4 great-grandchildren only 3 named here: Sean, Lianna & Jessica. Florence and Anthony lived in Sheppton, PA for a few years before moving to New York City. Anthony left her and the kids and return periodically. He did not support his children. They were never divorced. Anthony passed away in 1963. Rumor has it that Florence wouldn't marry Philip as long as her husband was alive because she was always hoping he would come back to her. He listed her as the next of kin so he must have loved her too. Phil took her to his grave to confirm he passed away and I'm guessing to say goodbye because her wait was finally over. That's the kind of love we all want. In 1972, then Florence finally married her long time boyfriend Philip Perugini. They were married for 12 years before she passed away.

Florence was married to Anthony Matthew Ovechka, Jr. They had 3 boys: Raymond "Sonny", Varon Edward, and Delbert Lowell. She has 3 grandchildren: one has chosen to be estranged from the family, Debbie Lynn, and Varon Henry. She has 4 great-grandchildren only 3 named here: Sean, Lianna & Jessica. Florence and Anthony lived in Sheppton, PA for a few years before moving to New York City. Anthony left her and the kids and return periodically. He did not support his children. They were never divorced. Anthony passed away in 1963. Rumor has it that Florence wouldn't marry Philip as long as her husband was alive because she was always hoping he would come back to her. He listed her as the next of kin so he must have loved her too. Phil took her to his grave to confirm he passed away and I'm guessing to say goodbye because her wait was finally over. That's the kind of love we all want. In 1972, then Florence finally married her long time boyfriend Philip Perugini. They were married for 12 years before she passed away.


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