Longtime Westchester resident Muriel Lorenz, a member of the Westchester Woman’s Club and the United Methodist Church, died Wednesday, September 12th. She was 82.
Lorenz was a Westchester resident for most of her life, having lived on both Bleriot and Glider Avenues.
She worked for over 20 years at the National Football League (NFL) under the administration of Pete Rozelle and loved her work, as well as the game she represented, her family said.
Lorenz and her husband Leonard were avid travelers in their retirement, trekking all over the United States, Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Australia and other destinations, making friends wherever they went.
Lorenz was also an active and accomplished bridge player who enjoyed the competition as well as the opportunity to be with friends and relatives.
She is survived by her husband Leonard, son Latimer, daughter-in-law Bari and grandchildren, Kevin, Morgan and Logan.
Memorial services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Friday, September 21st, at the Westchester United Methodist Church, 8065 Emerson Ave., Westchester.
In lieu of flowers, the family says a contribution in Lorenz’s name may be made to the Kenneth Lee Lorenz Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Fuller Theological Seminary, 135 N. Oakland Ave., Pasadena 91182.