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Floyd Edward


January 13 , 1924 - January 06 , 2022

Floyd Edward Alberts
Floyd Edward Alberts
1924 - 2022


Monday, January 17, 2022
12:00 ~ 3:00 PM
The family asks everyone please wear a mask
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Monday, January 17, 2022
3:00 PM
The family asks everyone please wear a mask
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

He will be taken by Horse-Drawn Carriage to Michigan Memorial Park for entombment


In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital ~
or Michigan Humane Society ~


ALBERTS, Floyd E., age 98, of Flat Rock, January 06, 2022. Beloved husband of his 1st wife Wanda Alberts and his 2nd wife Patricia Alberts. Loving father of Judie (Salvatore) Decia, Phillip (Connie) Alberts and Sandy Alberts. Dearest grandfather of Jennifer (Lee), David (Clare), Eric (Jamie) and Christopher (Kristen) and great-grandfather of Christopher, Jessica, Peren, Court, Nick, Lacey and Maizie. He is also survived by his sister Margie Pupa. He is preceded in death by 3 siblings.


Very sorry to hear this about your dad, he will be missed. We are giving money to St. Jude in his memory. You are in our prayers dan ,marcia, mikey cone DANIEL L CONE

The pictures you shared show what an amazing life he lived and was loved by so many. So happy to have known him through my Aunt Pat and my parents (Grooms). Prayers for your family. Laura and Tom Read Laura Read

Floyd was a good friend at Ford. He cared for people. He loved to help. That's how he got involved with the Henry Ford museum and the Village. He didn't like to see things not being enjoyed; after his first wife passed, he sold my her Precious Moments collection because he knew my wife enjoyed them. I know he paid a lot more for them than he sold them to me for, but he enjoyed making people happy. Larry Elie

Floyd Alberts was kind and helpful, never hesitated to assist on the many engineering projects he supported at Ford Motor Company, and always delivered results with a smile and a warm handshake. A self taught expert in Metallurgy, he was well known within the Ford community and equally respected outside by the many lives he touched. Well before "Ford Research" was established as an organization, Floyd was a pioneer in delivering science based and engineering solutions, expert materials characterization and detailed failure analysis on almost every automotive component the went onto Ford Vehicles for the better part of 45 years. Thank you Floyd, the world was a better place because of you and your parting will be missed by all. Look upon us and smile for you will not be forgotten. Cheers to you and Godspeed on your journey to heaven Matthew J Zaluzec

Floyd was always helping people with a big smile. He never said "no" to any issues I approached him with. He always showed a "can do" attitude. Floyd gave me a couple to items to keep and I remember him fondly whenever I look at those items. Thank you Floyd. Arup Gangopadhyay