Florence Henderson, Who Assumed the Famous TV Part of Carol Brady, kicked The Bucket on Thanksgiving Day.

Florence endured heart disappointment, as indicated by her marketing specialist, when she kicked the bucket at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She was encompassed by relatives at the doctor's facility.
Her part as the "Brady Bunch" mother was a standout amongst the most dearest characters for eras of TV sitcom fans, yet Florence was likewise a tremendous Broadway star even before her Brady distinction.
She featured in musicals, for example, "Fanny," "Oklahoma" and "Wish You Were Here."
She played mother Brady from 1969 to 1974 - the show's unique run - at the same time, obviously, assumed the part ordinarily again in TV specials, TV motion pictures, and highlight movies.
"The Brady Bunch " - a show about a dowager with 3 little girls who wedded a widower with 3 children - kept running from 1969 to 1974. It emerged halfway in light of the fact that it was so lively and peppy during a period of significant strife ... the Vietnam war.
Florence appeared to be fine until a couple days prior, when she was hospitalized at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in L.A. ... where she kicked the bucket.
She played grandmother Brady in "The Brady Bunch Movie" in 1995, while Shelly Long played the character Florence made.
Florence had 4 children and 5 grandkids. She was 82.