Florence Fanny Vishloff

June 4th, 2022

Florence Vishloff, aged 87 years, passed away peacefully on June 4th, 2022 in Columbia View Lodge.  Florence was born May 25th, 1935 in Wadena, Saskatchewan.  She was the daughter of Peter and Ruth Posnikoff.

On June 30th, 1956 she married the love of her life Nick Vishloff and they were blessed with three children; daughter Lorna, son Nick and son John.  She also has five grandchildren; James, Emily, Jennifer, Felicia and Diana, and two great-grandchildren; Nick and Rachel.

Florence was a homemaker, had a small business making flower arrangements and worked for the forest industry planting trees. She also loved singing in the Russian choir, was an active member in her community and the Doukhobor society.

She was predeceased by her father (1978), mother (1989), husband Nick (1999), brother Peter (2006), brother Andy (1973), and brother Johnny (1944).

Florence is survived by her daughter Lorna (Lorne), son Nick (Julie), son John, brother John (Mary), and brother Nick.

We will miss her spark, strength and guidance.  She will always be in our hearts

A private service will be held. Bill Clark of Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services™ has been entrusted with arrangements.

You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence.

Messages:

So sorry she is gone, as a next door neighbor kid, I always respected her. Great Lady, and a great family. Sincere condolences.

To the Family of Florence, we are so sorry for your loss. Florence was a beautiful person who loved her family. She was a very friendly kind person. It was always a pleasure to talk with her. May God comfort and strengthen you through this difficult time. Sending Love and Prayers. Sincerest Sympathy Tom & Louise

Our Condolences to the Family of Florence Vishloff. We enjoyed her company and respected her contributions to Doukhobor traditions and pacifism. Sincerely, Ewashens in Creston B.C.

Sorry to hear about the passing of your mother, a lovely lady. Condolences to the whole family.

Our condolences to all the family. May all the fond memories and joys you shared, help comfort you. Florence will be missed and never forgotten. Much love to all.

Hello, we are so sorry to hear of Florence passing. We have SO many fond memories of her and Nick. What special times we were all so lucky to have shared with your family. The camping, trips across the lake, the poems and tricks we all enjoyed! I can still hear both your mom and dad’s giggles. Hugs to you all, sincerely Karen (Gartland) and Alf Czar and family.

What is lovely never dies, but passes into another loveliness, star-dust or sea-foam, flower or winged air.” —Thomas Bailey Aldrich Our sincere condolences to all of you who knew and loved Florence. Time has a nasty habit of slipping by and before you know it we lose the ability to go back. The chance for a hug or a talk. Florence was an absolutely grand lady. Always kind and ready to help. I knew her well when she lived in the Creston area. Spent many evenings at her kitchen table sipping her homemade wine, but then life seemed to get in the way and we no longer saw each other. Miss those lovely evenings. Rest in peace my cousin….someday we will do it again. With love I say goodbye. Rose Jorundson

An important part of our family tree has gone to look after other things. She will be remembered with love. Thank you for being there for all of us, Respectfully, Gwen (Popoff) Chernenkoff

TO THE FAMILY OF FLORENCE VISHLOFF Our Deepest Condolences on the passing of Florence. Florence was always a special lady to us, always when we meet, we would always have a great hug and have a friendly chat with a laugh, never to walk by and say hello. It is very sad to us that it will not happen any more. Florence will be greatly missed and never forgotten. Take care on these trying times. Richard and June Sheloff

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