Louise Lynch BrosierFebruary 3, 1925 ~ December 17, 2017 (age 92)
Louise Lynch Brosier, age 92, passed away December 17, 2017 in Northport, Alabama.
She was predeceased by her parents, Leroy Jefferson and Myrtis Lynch and her husband, William S Brosier.
She was born and raised in Winter Haven, Florida. She attended and graduated from Fort Myers High school in 1942. She was employed by the Seaboard Airline Railroad Company, and Willard G Rowe Fruit Packing Company.
She married her high school sweetheart, William Brosier in the Winter Haven Presbyterian Church on November 11, 1945. After graduation from University of Alabama they moved to Hampton, Virginia.
While in Hampton she was involved with the Wythe Junior Woman's Club and was a Sunday School teacher at the Hampton Presbyterian Church. In 1962 they moved to Cocoa Beach, Florida. She founded the Cocoa Beach Woman's Club and the Space Age Senior Citizens Club. She was later the Vice President of the Brevard Federation of Women's Clubs and was appointed the District Six Director for the Florida Federation. She was a Charter member of The Haven and served as a member of their Board. For a number of years, she was Chairman of the Cocoa Beach High school Gray Ladies.
She sang with the Sweet Adeline's and The Treble Tones. She received numerous citations for her outstanding civic contributions.
She is survived by two daughters, Deborah Bolton (Wayne) and Barbara Brosier (Taylor), three grandchildren, Barbara Straughn, Jason Williams, John Williams, and, 10 great grandchildren all of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Graveside service were held Thursday, December, 21, 2017 t 2:00 PM In Oaklawn Cemetery in Winter Haven, Florida.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donation to be made to The Haven for Children (P.O. Box 327 Melbourne, Fl. 32902-0327).