Grace Pospeck

Grace Pospeck

March 06, 1931~March 14, 2024

Naples Funeral Home is honored to serve the Pospeck family, but saddened to announce the passing of Grace Pospeck on March 14, 2024.

The Pospeck family will receive visitors on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, at Naples Funeral Home, 3107 Davis Blvd., Naples, Florida 34104.

The funeral mass honoring Grace Pospeck will be held on Wednesday, March 20, 2024, at 11:30am, at Saint Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church, 5225 Golden Gate Pkwy, Naples, FL 34116.

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In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Grace’s memory to Saint Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church


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Joyce Inwood

March 15, 2024, 10:20 pm

I was only her hairdresser for the last couple of years but I loved her dearly. She was just so happy with the curly perm we discovered worked so well for her, she bragged about it to everyone. I will miss her greatly as so many of her friends at Brookdale North Naples will. She was a bright spot in many lives that she touched.

Bob and Sue Gamble

March 16, 2024, 7:21 pm

Grace was a very loving and caring women. Bob teased her, but she gave it right back. Tough spirited and genuine. She loved Jack and Coke, and loved to laugh. We called her Aunt Grace, but she was no relation to us. We just loved being a part of her life in Florida.
God Bless Grace…You finally made it!!!!

Rosemary Dohan

March 16, 2024, 11:19 pm

Such great memories of my very dear Grace. ❤️ so many good times in our Sweet Shoppe booth at St Elizabeth Seton annual festival. Grace always keeping things in order. Will never forget her famous potato chip cookies and awesome lemon bars. She even came up with a recipe for the milk shakes. Love you Grace.

Mary Alice Pendleton-Garrison

March 17, 2024, 2:25 am

I was her hairdresser too! She came to The Beauty Box every other week to get her perm redone. I remember when she got her hair dyed fire engine red like Lucille Ball, then sadly had a bad reaction to the chemicals and developed a a bad case of alopecia. I’m glad she was able to overcome her addiction to boxed wine, I was honestly concerned for her, I remember seeing nothing but empty boxes of wine in her house and empty bags of Cheetos! Anyway I digress, Grace wherever you are, I’m raising my glass to you!

Karen A Rahenkamp

March 20, 2024, 3:27 pm

Aunt Grace was my father’s baby sister. She was so full of life and was a bright star. I have not seen her for many years but will always remember our trip to Chicago to visit her. She had a pretty home and she had us for dinner which was delicious. She came for my dad’s birthday one year and it was a big surprise for him. Please know we are sorry for her passing. She and her son and grandson are in our thoughts and prayers.

Mary Huntley

March 20, 2024, 3:30 pm

I am sure she is happy to be reunited with her 3 sisters and brother, but most of all her mom. The four roses, as the girls called themselves, are together at last. I will miss her sending me recipes but mist of all her laughter. It was contagious. Rest in peace, Auntie.

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