Florence E. Butler October 10, 2011 Florence E. Butler, 66, formerly of Cortland and Syracuse, passed away October 10, 2011 at the home of her niece and nephew, Art and Heather Davis, in Homer, NY, surrounded by her family. Florence was born February 20, 1945, in the Town of Florence, the daughter of the late Duward and Anna Mae Watson Butler. Florence graduated from Cortland HS in 1964, then graduated for Powelson Business Institute. She had been employed by AT&T and retired as a sales associate for Sears in the Westvale Plaza in Syracuse. She was an avid bowler, a member of the Catholic Daughters. Florence lived for others, putting others needs before herself. Florence will be missed by her family and many friends. Florence is survived by her brother, James Butler; sisters, Sylvia Butler, Barbara Beilby; several nieces and nephews, and a special dear friend, Betty Napelli. In addition to her parents, Florence was predeceased by her sister, Virginia Moore. Funeral services will be held noon on Friday at the Wright-Beard Funeral Home, 9 Lincoln Ave., Cortland. Interment will follow in St Mary's Cemetery. Friend are invited to call from 10 to 11:45 a.m. prior to the service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, anyone wishing to make a memorial contribution in Florence's name is asked to consider the American Cancer Society Memorial Processing Center, PO Box 7, East Syracuse, New York 13057. To offer on line condolences visit www.wright-beard.com Flo was truly a remarkable person who will be greatly missed. I am glad that I had the chance to work with Flo at Sears for the past 15 years. She will always be in my heart and never forgotten. Lesa Clukey first met Flo when she began working at Sears, and found that we had some mutual friends. I will miss the days of going to Sears and kidding around with her. She was always friendly and will be missed deeply. Rest in Peace Flo, Bart Cutler Florence was a great lady who was always willing to do anything for anyone. I worked with her at Sears for many years and got to know what a wonderful person she was. Hopefully, she is smiling down from above with no more pain and knowing that many people miss her. My prayers go out to her family. Jamie Marticello To Florences family: Paul and I a very sorry to hear of Florences passing. She was a very special lady who did some wonderful things for Pauls mother Helen Parrott who lived next door to her. We will keep her in our thoughts and prayers but we are sure God has a very special place for her. Suzanne and Paul Parrott Dear Jim, Barbara, Sylvia and family. Florence was a cherished neighbor of ours on Draper Avenue enjoying many wonderful times with my Mom and Dad when they were alive and she was absolutely great to Mom after Dad passed away. She was as you said in the obituary always putting others before herself. I deeply regret that we didn't get to see her after she became ill - we will have a joint Mass celebrated for her and Mom at St. Charles to commemorate their friendship. Our thoughts and prayers are with you today. Sincerely, Jim and Polly Renckens (Helen and Ray Parrott's daughter and husband.