Floyd-SEDLMAYR-Obituary

Floyd SEDLMAYR

Tucson, Arizona

1926 - 2018

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SEDLMAYR, Floyd Surrounded by his loving family, Floyd Sedlmayr passed away on February 10, 2018. He was a beloved Tucson community member who cherished family, friendship, philanthropy, the breathtaking natural splendor of the Sonoran Desert, and manmade beauty, in particular the artistry of the...

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Floyd and I were on several boards together and I can say he was an asset to our community, always had some wit to offer and was definitely productive. He was a Los Charro and fun to be around, always offering good feelings to all he involved. I will miss him, but memorries will fill that void.
God Bless the family and all the friends in his life.

I had the privilege to work with Floyd and his team at Catalina Savings and Loan and Pima Savings for many years as one of our clients. He was a total class act - always respectful, attentive and with a keen sense of humor. He was a genuine leader and a true gentleman.

Floyd was ahead of his time in being an equal opportunity employer. It was a privilege to work for such a progressive person for over 20 years. Thank you Floyd.

Susan Bunting Gieseler

Floyd was a wonderful inspiration to myself and many other people who went on into the world of banking. He inspired me to be the best I could be in the work place and in my life. He will be missed by many.

Dad & me...

My father was always a good man.He made you feel like you were worthwhile.He told great story's and tales of old Chicago ,the Cubbies,Gangsters and memories of his and brother Poger's youth.
I can remember Dad coming in to grade school classes I was in and doing
a sort of show about famous people from
his early years.Kids would not want him to go.
He be-leaved in fair play,treating people well with out re guard for color or
religious...

What a great man! He was a blessing to our world. Sending prayers and love to the Sedlmayrs.

I remember Floyd as a kind funny and generous person.
Bonnie and we're good friends at Harelson. Then our parents continued the tradition for years and years. He will be missed but I was glad to know him!

Uncle Floyd was a wonderful God-Father to me and my two brothers.We have such great memories of our familys camping trips together.Floyd taught us how to do the right thing by the example he set and reinforced the values that our parents worked hard to instill in us.I will allways appreciate him for the positive impact he had on my life and I will forever miss his laugh and twinkling blue eyes.Sending love and peace with heartfelt sympathy to Auntie Jane,Bonnie,Laurie,Bill and extended family

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the entire family on the passing away of such an amazing man. His legacy of greatness will continue forever.