Wilma Weinraub
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Wilma Florella Weinraub (Flo)
On Valentine's Day, at the age of 87, Flo went to heaven to join her husband Norman. She picked the perfect day to be reunited with the love of her life. Heaven has gained another angel.
Flo was a friend to all who met her and a second mother to many. She was born in Oklahoma on September 6, 1933, and settled in Santa Ana where she attended Santa Ana High School. She went on to work at the Santa Ana College Bookstore.
Flo loved to travel with her family and friends. Some of her fondest memories were of travels to Europe, Palm Springs, and the annual 4th of July trip to Solvang.
She is survived by her daughter Judi (Paul), son Russell, grandchildren Alisa, Dustin (Kelly), Spencer, great-grandchildren Avery and Nora, and her beloved dog Jackie.
The family would like to thank all of the people who loved and cherished Flo. She left this world knowing she was truly loved by many.
Due to Covid, we are unable to set a funeral date at this time.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County

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Published in Orange County Register on Feb. 19, 2021.
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February 25, 2021
Although it’s hard to bear the loss of one so very dear. We enjoyed Aunt Flo and Uncle Norman being a part of our life and all the wonderful family memories we will cherish forever. Heaven added another "Angel” on Valentine’s Day to their list. We know Aunt Flo is in a better place with the love of her life and both of them are looking down at all of their family and friends. Our love, deepest sympathy and prayers to our cousins Judi, Russell and the rest of the entire family. Love Susan and Ray Couture and Peggy and Ted Mckibben.
February 19, 2021
To the family of Flo, our deepest condolences. I will always remember her walking her dog in the neighborhood. Flo would often stop to talk to us when she visited John and Sharon our neighbors, she was always happy and never complained. Rudy and Tina Gutierrez
Tina Gutierrez
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