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I am so, sorry for your loss..I just found out. Irene was a great lady. She always made me feel at home when I was with her. We had some good times together. She taught me how to make rhubarb pie. :). She will always be in, and have a piece of my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with the family


Posted by: Starlene (Star) Morgan - Hyde Park, NY - friend   Feb 22, 2013

Irene was one of the sweetest people I ever knew. I enjoyed being at her home a few times when I was quite young. I saw her almost every Friday at the pharmacy because that was the day we went to get magazines when I was a kid. Always a smile and time to chat! She was a great lady!


Posted by: Flo Hornbeck Kaiser - Colorado Spgs, CO - friend   Dec 14, 2012

When I was younger I remember always being excited go to Grandma's house. I loved everything about her and her house. I would walk through the back door (through the porch)and head straight to the red tin bowl full of candy that she kept on her kitchen table. I would always be so curious about what was in her basement and her attic. We weren't allowed to go in either place. One time while we were visiting, I asked if

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Posted by: Kaylee Day - PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL - Great Granddaughter   Dec 12, 2012

My heart goes out to your family at this very sad time. Irene and my Grandmother, Vera Sass, were close friends from Hyde Park Seniors. Nanny spoke of Irene often and cherished her friendship. My prayers are with you all. Lisa Coppola


Posted by: Lisa Coppola    Dec 11, 2012

I will always remember Christmas at Grandmas' house. The whole family would get together and celebrate.


Posted by: Kay Acquaro - granddaughter   Dec 10, 2012

we love you grams. So many things come to mind to say but you know them all. thanks for the memories and again we love you


Posted by: sean yeomans - grandson   Dec 10, 2012