Florence Elaine Aldrich was born December 24,1941 in Shattuck, Ok. to Ralph an Zera (Watts) Aldrich. She departed this life July 12, 2011 in Oklahoma City, Ok at the age of 69.
She spent most of her life in Laverne and graduated from Laverne High School in 1959. On August 21,1960, she married her high school sweetheart, Pat Pinckard and they were married more than 50 years.
Florence worked at Smith Trucking, Medical Arts Clinic, and for Bill Armor during tax season. She became the first female field employee for Sun Oil Company in 1976 . She retired in 1997.
In 2004, they packed up their home and moved to Edmond to be closer to their girls. There was nothing in this world that gave Florence more pleasure than spending time with her family, especially her five precious grandsons. The family often found themselves vacationing together. One of their most memorable family trips was to Alaska in 2006. Pat and Florence loaded Kyle, Patrick, Riley, Spencer and Carson into the motorhome and off they headed to the Pacific Northwest and then got on a cruise ship headed for Alaska. Pat and Florence loved traveling in their motorhome. Their travels took them to 49 states, Canada, Mexico and Nove Scotia. Florence was preceded in death by her parents, one son Kenneth Leroy Pinckard, and a sister Joan Stamp.
Survivors include her husband Pat, two daughters Pam Richardson and husband Bill and their three sons Kyle, Patrick and Riley of Edmond, and Trisha Gedon and husband Carl and their two sons Spencer and Carson of Stillwater; one brother, Terry Aldrich and wife Eunice of Laverne; her neice LaWanda Miller and husband John and family of Piedmont, Ok. and Gip and Karen Aldrich of Durango, Co.; and her brother-in-law Bob Stamp of Colorado Springs, Co.
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