EDITH HARLEY PAGE, 96, of Pembroke Pines, Florida passed away on September 13, 2019.
Born on September 9, 1923 in Brooklyn, NY to Edith and John Stevens Harley, Edie grew up in
New York City and later graduated from Maryland College for Women in Towson, MD. She
married the love of her life, William Robert Page, on May 23, 1947. They shared a great marriage
for 62 years before Bill passed away on October 24, 2009.
Edie was the ultimate Mom to her four children - always involved in scouting, Masonic
organizations, youth sports, music, dance and school academics. As a Valentine's Day gift for
Bill in 1965, Edie purchased original season tickets for the newly formed Miami dolphins, and
they enjoyed attending games for several decades. The final Dolphin game she attended was
with her children on December 31, 2017. Edie was active in the Harlequins Club of Hollywood
and supported her husband and other veterans who served in the China Burma India (CBI)
Theater during World War II. Edie's love of our country was paramount in her daily life. For
relaxation, Edie enjoyed Big Band music from stars such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony
Bennett and Bing Crosby.
Her love for Christ was the most important thing in her life. As a member of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church for over 50 years, Edie was active in bible study groups, Evangelism
Explosion, Women of the Church, and supported the church in countless other ways.
Survivors include children William Robert Page, Jr (wife Kathy), Harley Ann Page, Scott Winton
Page (wife Sornvanee) and Patricia Page Lopez (husband Edward). Her adored grandchildren
and great-grandchild include Paulette Page Flanagan, Natalie Noel Page, Linda Page Schwartz
(husband Chad), Trevor William Lopez, and Nathaniel Flanagan. Amongst her many beloved
friends, she also leaves behind her dear friends Genevieve Jackson of Southbury, CT (90 year
friendship) and Florence Williamson of Toms River, NJ (66 year friendship).
Visitation will be held on Saturday, September 21, 10:00am, with the service to follow at 11:00am
at St. Andrew's Park Road Presbyterian Church, 500 N . Park Rd, Hollywood, FL 33021, with the
Rev. T.J. Campo officiating. Repast to follow after service.
So sorry to hear of your family's loss. You have an amazing guardian angel to watch over and to protect you all.
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