H. Irene Halupnik
- February 18, 1919 - February 7, 2011
- Traer, Iowa
of H. Irene's Passing
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Though we have never met, my Mother and Irene were close friends. They both lived in the same apartment complex in Marshalltown. irene was very good to Mother during her last years, Elizabeth (Beth) Beasley. She was very kind to me at the time of Mother's end of life. I will never forget ehr and how caring she was. I was so sorry to learn of her passing. I had called to send flowers for her birthday and the
Posted by: Karen Beasley-Edgington - Grinnell, IA - Irene was a friend Mar 01, 2011
Carma and Donna
We have been out of town and just learned of your mother's death. What a wonderful lady she was! It has been years but I can still remember the sound of her laughter. My deepest sympathies to you both.
Posted by: Jane Hoeppner Seeley Feb 20, 2011
Carma and Donna,
I was so sorry to hear about your mom. Someone shared this thought with me when Mom died so I'd like to share it with you too.
God said, Irene, why don't you just come home with me? And that is what your mom did. She went home with God.
Our thoughts are with you.
Posted by: Joanne Vlasak - IA Feb 10, 2011
Our deepest sympathy to Irene's family. We have never met any of her family, but remember her speaking lovingly of all of you, esp Carma and Donna, her daughters and their children. We bowled with Irene years ago and she and I played golf a few times at Collison's course in Marshalltown. She was a good friend to all who knew her. I remember being with her when she would be approached by former patients she had taken care of
Posted by: Jack and Betty Pieper - Marshalltown, IA - old friends Feb 09, 2011
Irene was such a sweet lady and I always enjoyed seeing her downtown and visiting with her. My prayers are with you.
Posted by: Mary Kucera LeClerc - Pittsburg, KS - friend from Traer Feb 09, 2011
We will miss the little Birthday parties, we shared with Irene on her Special day, the way she would giggle at us girls, as we reminiscenced about time gone by, or what we had done the night before. And the way her face would light up when she saw Ian, and think back to our wedding day, when he crawled under my dress. We loved to make her smile, she had a smile that would light up a room, and reminded me of Grandma Helen.
Posted by: Carolyn Bereczki - Great Niece Feb 09, 2011
So very sorry for the loss of Irene. She always had a smile and very friendly. My prayers are with all of you. Joyce
Posted by: Joyce E. Paustian - Tripoli, IA - friend Feb 09, 2011