Flora Spinelli

Flora M. Spinelli (Maloni)

Monday, April 5th, 1926 - Friday, May 22nd, 2020
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Flora Mae (Filomena) Spinelli, 94, from Curwensville, passed away on Friday, May 22nd, 2020.

Born April 5, 1926 in Curwensville, she was the daughter of Paul and Rose (Pistilli) Maloni.

Flora worked at the Curwensville State Bank for 44 years, starting as a cashier and moved up to become a bank officer. She loved her work and won many awards for her service. She made the cover of National Independent Magazine and was given the title of Community Banker of the Year.

She was married for 69 wonderful years to Joe Spinelli, her best friend. They did everything together and loved to golf and play in couples' tournaments.

Flora was a Curwensville High graduate and a member of the St. Timothy's Catholic Church where she and Joe enjoyed participating in many church functions and made many good friends there. After Joe and her son Larry passed away in 2016, the group from Graystone in Clearfield welcomed Flora with open arms and for the next two years, she enjoyed the companionship of her golfing buddies and played card games, which helped ease her pain of losing half of her family. For the last two years, she stayed with her son and daughter-in-law, and other family members. She was loved and will be missed by family and friends.

Flora is survived by her children, Ronald (Ellen) of Boalsburg and Joseph Spinelli II of State College. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Jason (Aimee) of Broomfield, CO and Dana (Eddie) Agostinelli of Boalsburg; and her great grandchildren, Cecilia and Franco of Broomfield, CO.

Flora was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph F. Spinelli and her son, Lawrence Spinelli who lived in Hawaii. She will be laid to rest with her best friend at Oak Hill Cemetery in Curwensville.

In honor of Flora's wishes, there will be no public services observed.

Beardsley Funeral Home and Crematory, Curwensville is in charge of arrangements.

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    Oak Hill Cemetery
    Address not given
    Curwensville, Pennsylvania 16833
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Judy Nisewonger

Posted at 03:35pm
Oh Flo, the great adventures we had playing golf, especially the couples league. Flo was one of the best putters and chippers at Grandview. We played for putts, and I usually went home with less change in my pocket because of Flo and that Betty Cochrane. I needed a good retirement the way they fleeced my pockets. Flo was cool under pressure except for hole #7. Twice I saw her shank her chip onto the green. No one talked for a few holes. Thanks for many rounds of great golf. Love ya, Flo.

Jack Yingling

Posted at 09:02am
I worked for Joe when I was in high school and got to know Flo through that. Later in life I would see Joe and Flo at the golf course.
I always enjoyed their friendship. She will be missed. The one thing I remember is how Joe walked a little straighter when Flo came to visit at the garage. A great lady .

Bill Rubbe

Posted at 08:26pm
Ron, Joe and family of your mom, to have known your mom for so many years was an honor. Your mom was a very kind and special person. God Bless all of you at this sad and difficult time. Sincerely, the Rubbe family

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