Louise A. Twaronowicz (nee Landherr), on January 4, 2021, of Leisuretowne, Age 89.
Beloved wife of the late Felix H. Devoted mother of Felicia Progar (Patrick). Loving grandmother of Gary W. Putz (Joy), Steven C. Putz (Elizabeth), and Melanie Progar and great grandmother of Ethan, Madelyn, Ayden, Chase, and Makayla. Dear sister of Rose Kopcha, Nancy Iona, Dorothy Walker, Samuel Landherr, Jr., Kay Renz, and the late Edith "Bubbles" Baranaskaus and Lillian Ulinecz. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Louise was a member of the Leisuretowne History Club and the Southampton Baptist Church. In her early years, she was a singer for the Artie Shaw Band.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice, 3906 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 or American Heart Association, 1 Union Street, Suite 301, Robbinsville, NJ 08691.
A Livestream of the service may be viewed at 11am on Saturday, January 9 by visiting this link: https://client.tribucast.com/tcid/21717157
PASTOR and Donna Vars
Louise was a dear friend. We had many fun time with her and Nancy at church dinners. Donna sat with her in church on Sunday and enjoyed her beautiful voice. She has a beautiful voice! We will miss her kindness and friendship. Our condolences to her family.+
My sincere condolences to you and your family Felicia. Have such great memories of growing up next door. Can still remember moms great laugh!! Lots of fun times,May she Rest In Peace
Rosemary Verderame Rodriguez
Mrs Twaron. That’s what we called her. She was such a beautiful woman, great neighbor and we loved hearing her stories. Felicia I am so very sorry for your loss.
Eileen Verderame Catrambone
Rest in Peace Aunt Louise #4. I'll always remember listening to you sing while my dad played the piano. Boy those were fun days. We all love you and will miss you. xo Kathy
Louise was such a sparkling woman. She always had that questioning spirit and loved to learn new things. I'll always remember her engaging smile and her laughter and how much she loved chocolate. Louise was gracious to open her home for a Monday morning Bible Study that we shared for many years. I will miss her and our long talks. Patty Epprecht
Louise was like my second mother when we were kids. She was an awesome lady.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Felicia and your family.
Oh...Louise...you were a hoot. We worked together at Runnemede Shop n Bag back in the 70's.....and always loved seeing her at The Verderame's on Iva Ct. Many thoughts and prayers to Felicia and the family. 😇🙏🏻💜 Jeanne Martell-vonRhine
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