Florence Scofield

Scofield, Florence of Beacon entered into rest, Saturday, June 10, 2017, at her home. She was 59.

Flo was truly special person. A sincere animal lover. Cats, dogs, horses, wolves, squirrels and more.

This genuine, kind, thoughtful person entered the world on May 23, 1958. A day I am most thankful for.

Flo had great love and admiration for her Dad. He has always remained close in her heart.

Throughout her life Flo had both dogs and cats, and she adored them. She was a great Mom.

She put their needs above her own. That’s what great Moms do.

In addition to caring for her own babies, Flo spent many years volunteering at animal shelters.

It filled her heart. Over the years Flo helped countless dogs and cats. I am so thankful for that too.

Flo is survived by current babies – her cats Joshua, Sara and Elmo. They meant everything to Flo.

Flo was my friend. One of the best I have ever had. One I will miss terribly.

Flo taught me things about myself I did not know. I will be eternally grateful

for having met her. I will love her always. – Donna Schroeder

There will be a gathering of Flo’s friends at 2pm on Sunday, June 25 at ARF, 54 Simmons Lane, Beacon.

Date Of Service
Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM

Location Of Service
ARF 54 Simmons Lane, Beacon

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  1. Joan Cornett says:

    Flo could never have had a better friend than you, Donna. She was truly a unique person, she put the needs of her animals far above her own. She freely gave her heart to all animals. She especially loved the shelter dogs. Sometimes, when one found a home after being at the shelter for a long period she would cry. When pictures came back to the shelter that showed a difficult to place dog enjoying life she would get very happy and had a big smile on her face. We can only hope she has found the peace she so deserves. With all her loved animals surrounding her.

  2. Connie says:

    Florence, you did not have an easy life. You were on your own when you were a teenage in high school with the passing of your father. But you were strong and survived. You were gentle, kind, thoughtful, caring and very sensitive, loved all animals and proved that by caring and voulteering at Mid-Hudson Animal Shelter and ARF. Your life on this earth was much too short. I wish you peaceful eternal life with your parents and all the animals whose lives you made better. RIP

  3. Julie Jarmon says:

    My heart aches for the Scofield family to lose in death your precious loved one Flo, way too soon. Words are so limited that can give comfort, so I would like to share with you beautiful scripture where our loving heavenly Father, Jehovah (Psalm 83:18) invites you to throw all your burdens on him and he will sustain you in your time of grief. Psalm 34:18
    None of us are guaranteed tomorrow, but we are all guaranteed a resurrection.
    John 6: 40; \

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