Freddi Lynn ESTROFF

  • "I think of you every day, Freddi! Miss your voice on the..."
    - Susan Gentner
  • "It is gratifying to know so many hold my sister tenderly in..."
    - Jill Estroff
  • " My deepest sympathies to Freddi's family. I will cherish..."
    - Dee Majewski
  • "My deepest symphathies to Freddi's family. She was a dear..."
  • "I was very lucky to have known Freddi . She was a..."
    - Ken Clement

ESTROFF, Freddi Lynn 56, of St. Petersburg, passed away Sept. 6, 2013. Right in the middle of the Passover Seder on April 16, 1957, Freddi Lynn Estroff arrived in this world and forever became known as our matzoh ball baby. She grew into a sweet and kind woman with a beautiful smile, who overcame more than her share of challenges. Freddi worked for many years at Marshall's in St. Petersburg, making long-lasting friendships there, and also at Publix. She loved to read, watch the soaps, take bus rides with friends, listen to her boyfriend's band, and spend time with family and dear friends. Freddi was especially devoted to her 89-year-old mother, Elsie Estroff, and was close to her late father, Melvin Estroff, who passed away in 2009. Freddi was the youngest of four Estroff siblings who grew up in Lakeland, FL. Her mother, sisters Sue and Jill, and brother David will miss her sense of humor, which Freddi kept until the very end of a brief illness. Freddi remembered every birthday with a card or phone call, and looked forward to visits from her far-flung siblings and cousins. Freddi left us far too soon on Sept. 6, 2013, but she was at peace. Private services will be held at a later date when family can gather. Guestbook at David C. Gross Funeral Homes 6366 Central Ave. / 727-381-4911

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St. Petersburg, FL 33707
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Published in the Tampa Bay Times on Sept. 10, 2013
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