Brick Presbyterian Church
111 Drum Point Rd
Brick, NJ 08723
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Florence Ann Schramm Danilko

AGE: 90 • Brick

Florence Ann Schramm Danilko, age 90, of Brick, NJ, passed on to be with the Lord on Dec. 16, 2016 in Tampa, FL. Widow to Walter Danilko, and survived by her three children, Donna L. Britton of FL, Walter E. and his wife Maria del Carmen of NY, and Anne Vivian of AZ; two grandsons, Steven Munley of AZ and Christopher Munley and his wife Margaret of NJ; brother-in-law Russell Nahirny and his wife Dottye of OR; sister-in-law Lynn Seelock of WA; two great-granddaughters; and numerous nieces and nephews across 3 generations. Florence was born in Colwyn, PA. She spent her childhood in MD and Cape May, NJ. Over the course of 8 years in Cape May, she was married and started her family. She lived in Scotch Plains, NJ for 33 years and Brick, NJ since 1987. She was a former member and Sunday school teacher of the St. James Methodist Church, Elizabeth, later at the First Methodist Church in Scotch Plains, and then a member of Brick Presbyterian Church and a Shepherd in its Shepherd Program. In her communities, she was a Leader of both Brownie and Girl Scout troops in the Washington Rock Girl Scout Council, Union County. At Lions Head South, she was a member of the Lionettes, and held the offices of Secretary, Vice President and President of The Singles Club. She was a member of the Lions Head Country Club and WGA. She was a prolific artist and an accomplished writer, serving as co-editor of the Lions Pride Magazine, co-founder of The Artists' Workshop, and a charter member of The Write Ladies Club, Brick, NJ. A memorial service will be held on January 9, 2017 at 11 am, Brick Presbyterian Church, 111 Drum Point Road, Brick, NJ. Graveside service to follow at Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, 780 Seashore Road, Cold Spring, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Brick Presbyterian Church would be appreciated.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Jan. 8, 2017
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