Condolence & Memory Journal


He was a very nice man and he will be greatly missed. Our condolences go
out to the family.

From the Ewing family: Matthew, Margery and Marilyn

Posted by Margery Davison - Centerville, IA - friend   October 20, 2015


My condolences to our Family on the passing of Unlce Floyd. I remember visiting him when he lived in California. We had a good time there and Uncle floyd was always very nice to all of us always showing us things he was interested in and explaining how he did things. He made sure the visit was a good one by being his self and being informative with things you asked. I enjoyed it because I loved collecting rocks and so did uncle Floyd. He showed me all kinds of rocks and stories behind those trips he made collecting those rocks. Thanks to him making the rock tables he made and my parents Ray and Goldene Orr buying a set from him. I have a table uncle floyd made and boy has that been a conversation piece. Everyone I know that likes unique things has asked where they could get one. lol But I just tell them the man that made it made it with his heart and soul in it placing each rock in there for his own reason and to create a certain look and then the crushed sea shells around each rock gave off a shine that set the whole thing off. Its always sat in my living room and brought back memories of the times My uncle floyd shared his passion with me and told me the stories behind his collection. Reat in peace Uncle Floyd. We will miss you but you will live on in our hearts and memories.
Vicki Orr Schalk

Posted by Vicki Orr Schalk - Arkansas City, KS - Niece   August 11, 2015