Jeanne Flockenzier passed on after 93 years spent with family and friends. She was born on August 15, 1927 in Mansfield, OH.
Her background consisted of early times in the Edison/Mt. Gilead areas and most recently in Mansfield Ohio and Delray Beach/Boynton, Florida.
In 1947, she became a wife to Richard E. Flockenzier. She was a stay at home mother that raised a family.
The now (seasoned adults) of these two are: Nancy Pride- Rick, Steve, Mark Flockenzier. The grandchildren are: Andy Pride, Hayley Bull (Ellery), Maggie Flockenzier (Rashad Jr.).
Those fortunate to have crossed paths with her realized that she taught you gentleness, strength, honesty, compassion, friendship, and how to inject humor and laughter and to enjoy life and all it entails.
She was very accomplished and always took a special interest in staying in contact with friends.
In 1957, she started playing golf (under the tutelage of Flick, her husband) for exercise, friendship, sanity and competitiveness. She taught golf classes for ladies, and anyone that knew Jeanne's athletic background realized that she was headed for greatness.
She was a champion in raising a family of 4 children, in keeping a well maintained home, in organizational skills (committees, events, tournaments), and in many golfing competitions (Westbrook Country Club, Richland County, Forever Young, Delray Beach City Championships).
She was the director of the women's Ohio State Golf Association for 10 years and spent many years as a consultant.
She always looked forward to each holiday; to decorate her surroundings with the proper items. Jeanne loved to keep a clean front porch and an excellent flower garden.
We will miss her everyday presence, but the memories she left behind are priceless.
She was preceded in passing by her father H.J. Johnston, mother; Lucille Marvin, Sister; Pat Flaherty, Brother in law; Jack Flaherty, and husband; Richard E. Flockenzier.
For condolences: Please send to: 5700 Piping Rock Drive Boynton Beach, Florida 33437 or 639 Sloane Ave. Mansfield, OH 44903.
No formal funeral service will be held- but a celebration of life will be at Westbrook Country Club on July 10th from 1-4 pm at the west end of the clubhouse.