Lauchena Sandra Florian

January 23, 1948 - April 15, 2021
May 7, 2021 1 Condolence Print Obituary

January 23, 1948 - April 15, 2021

On April 15, 2021 Lauchena 'Sandi' Florian passed away peacefully with her loving daughter, Cindy, holding her hand.  

Lauchena will be forever remembered in the hearts of her children Cindy (Darcy) Alexander, Richard Gurney and Angie Gurney and granddaughter Jessica Gurney. She will also be remembered by her sisters Janice Scott, Della (Ralph) Hayden, many nieces and nephews as well as her long-time friend Andy Nypiuk. 

Born on Jan. 23, 1948, she was the daughter of the late Earl Peart and Gladys (Grant) of Steep Greek Guysborough Co. NS. She was predeceased by her brothers Francis, Earl and Blaze as well as sisters Thelma, Mona and Sheila. 

Cremation has taken place with burial at a later date. If one wishes, donations may be made to any type of cancer research or to the animal shelter of your choice. 

 

  1. Hi Cindy & Darcy,
    Condolences on the loss of Lauchena. The day we all went to the zoo together is a wonderful memory I will cherish and so will Dannielle. The sunshine, the elephant and Lauchena’s spark are what I most remember of that day.
    Lauchena was funny and full of life. Heaven needed her spirit and sense of humor and so she’s a beloved angel now. Thank you Cindy for letting me get to know Lauchena a little bit. The one visit I had with her at the General by myself she went on and on about what beautiful, generous and kind daughter you are. She also mentioned what a good man you married and how well you take care of one another.
    Lauchena was proud of all her kids… she commented on our visit how much she missed Angie and Rick and truly hoped they knew she loved them. She was overwhelmed by your generosity Cindy. I got the impression she wondered if she was really worthy of all the love you shared with her.
    I am pleased I got to meet and know Lauchena but mostly I appreciate the stories you tell Cindy of some of the mischievous behavior Lauchena acted out. The word wiley comes to mind when I think of your Mom.
    Cindy, thank you for all you did to help this elderly lady and the tremendous compassion you showed especially when I’m sure she got on your last nerve (Mom’s do that).
    Angie, Rick and Cindy – please know you are the most beautiful, brilliant and lovely children in existence. A Mother could not be more proud. You are the bright lights that made a difficult life worth living. Lauchena’s love and humor and craftiness live on in you three.
    Once again I offer my condolences for the loss of Lauchena’s body…. her spirit lives on and brightens our world.

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