Florence E. Narkiewicz

Florence E. Narkiewicz, 87, passed away on Thursday, October 12, 2023, at Manor Care in King of Prussia.

Born on March 30, 1936, in Chestnut Hill, Florence was the daughter of Edward and Mildred Narkiewicz.

She was raised in Conshohocken and later moved to Pottstown where she resided for approximately 57 years.

Florence is survived by a sister, Lorraine Borkowski of Conshohocken; a sister-in-law, Daria (Campellone) Narkiewicz; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

In addition to her parents, Florence was predeceased by her companion of 18 years, Walter Dotterer, as well as a brother, Edward Narkiewicz.

Services were private at the request of the family.

5 Condolences
  1. Flory loved the Pottstown community. She enjoyed socializing with her neighbors, making friends along the way as she was walking around town. She loved animals and especially her beloved cats. Flory enjoyed spending time with her extended Drumheller family and had a fulfilling life. She will truly be missed!

  2. We enjoyed including Flory in our holiday celebrations. She loved playing games and when we would celebrate her birthday with her. Even though Flory was a cat lover, she loved our dogs.

  3. Flory was a big part of our lives (Drumhellers and Buzbys)….. All the years she lived with Nana and PopPop, working at the mill…… She moved out but not far, just across the street so we still saw her regularly! Flory loved walking everywhere.
    I’ll always treasure all the trips to Danville to my parent’s after they moved up there, especially at Thanksgiving.
    We will all certainly miss her!!!

  4. I was very close to Flory, from growing up until now. I will always remember her…. She even came to help me clean and settle in my home in Danville. She had her own bedroom that she loved at the top of the stairs.
    She helped me after my knee surgery.
    She loved playing games and loved her kitties.
    I sorely miss her!
    Cousin Marge

  5. I have so many fond memories of Flory and our family, (Drumhellers, Buzbys and Wagners)….. She was just part of all of our celebrations, and every day life. She really loved Pottstown and had many friends. Whether coworkers from the sewing mill or neighbors who moved in and out of her building. She stayed in touch with many.
    I loved the time we spent traveling up to Danville to my parent’s especially on Thanksgiving. For many years I would take Flory up with me.
    She was a regular fixture at my kid’s and grandchildrens parties and gatherings. She was just loved by all!!!! When she was in Leader Home I was sure to send photos of the grandchildren so she could see them grow…..

    We loved her and will truly miss her!


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