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Florence M. Cote

Manchester, New Hampshire

Sep 17, 1927 – Oct 5, 2017

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Florence (Bean) Cote, 90, died as she lived, surrounded by her loving family. Florence passed into eternal life on October 5, 2017 at Hanover Hill Healthcare Center after a brief illness. She was born in Manchester, NH, on September 17, 1927, the daughter of Roland and Florence (Desjardins) Bean...

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Dear Donna, Michael, Robert, Connie, Debra, Michael, Tommy, Janice, Rhonda, and Eric!

I was very sad to learn of your mother's passing. For me, it represents the end of an era, beginning with my father, Louie, who called your mother, "Flossie," to my taking over the business when I was just a young whippersnapper! I knew her for so many years, working with her through good times and bad times, through all the seasons, while all of you grew from children to adulthood.

Sandy, So very sorry for the loss of your sister. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

Eileen O'Connor Hickey

Our deepest condolences to the entire Cote family. Florence was an amazing woman.

She loved her family with heart and soul. She always laughed and shared stories & would give a kiss on the cheek with her red lipstick !! She is there inside your heart now and always will be. She can rest in peace, knowing that you all loved her as much as she loved you and she will be missed.

Sandy I am so sorry for the loss of your sister ...

Sandy so sorry for your lose. I know how it feels. They remain in our hearts forever even if we never stop missing them.

My thoughts and prayers are with all her family. I did her hair for many years and enjoyed her sense of humor! She loved her family so much and enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren.

Our deepest sympathies to the passing of your Mother. May Her Memory Be Eternal!

Thinking and keeping everyone in prayer at this time especially Johanna and Debra. Johanna spoke with such great love of "Gram". Sharing special times together will always be remembered by all. Sabrina Maltby