Visitation at Funeral Home
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Hardison Funeral Home
3648 Ransomville Road
Ransomville, New York, United States
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Susan Wolcott posted a condolence
Saturday, March 25, 2017Dear Sharon, Julie, Vinnie and families, I was sadden for you to hear about Marie's passing. Even though we all know she is at home with the Lord, we will all still miss her. Our condolences to you all. Whenever I visited with Marie, she was always upbeat in spite of all the procedures she had to go through. The last few times I stopped she was away so we did not get a chance to visit. We are in Florida now so we were not able to join you for the funeral. Again, sorry for your loss. In His love, Mark and Su Wolcott
Sharon Last posted a condolence
Tuesday, March 21, 2017Mrs . Irwin babysat for me when my girls were very young. If it wasn't for her I would not have been able to work. During the blizzard of 77 she and Pudge walked from the house with her hanging onto a shovel so she wouldn't get blown away to the truck out on the road. This was after I had driven her to the house by snowmobile. All the time carrying her knitting bag. She was a true Gen and a great help to me. Rest In Peace!
Paul Inskeep posted a condolence
Monday, March 20, 2017I was so sorry to learn of Doris passing, Josh Coney, from her Church told me this morning. Since it was not in the local paper I had no idea and would have liked to pay my condolences to the family. As one of the Youngstown Sr. van drivers, Doris and I had a special bond. I drove her to the Sr. center daily and any where else she wanted to go. I heard about all of her Grandchildren, where they worked and of course the births and birthdays of all of her great and great-great Grandchildren. She spoke of all of them in such loving ways, I knew them even though I never met them. She was a wise woman and we shared many private moments together while riding in the van. She always rode up front with the driver "shotgun" style and we called her our mascot, it was her permanent seat! Doris was one of the first passengers on the van when it started about 18 years ago. One of her favorite "Van" stories was the time the van was in for service and we used the old police car for the day. The driver picked Doris and another lady up on Lake Rd. and stopped for a minute at Frontier Country Club to drop off a golf club to be repaired. Both women were sitting in the back seat when a group of women golfers passed the van. Upon seeing Doris and her friend they shook their heads as much to say, look at that how disgusting. Doris held up her hands like they were in handcuffs and the group passed quickly. You had to be there to hear her tell that story...it was priceless. I'll never forget her, she was a wonderful person and I loved her dearly.
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Sunday, March 19, 2017
Jennifer Garcia posted a condolence
Sunday, March 19, 2017Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family in this time of need. Grandma was a great lady and I was very lucky to have her has my grandmother. I will cherish all of the great memories that we shared with her. She made her great grandkids blankets and sweaters for each of them that they can carry with them in memory of her. She will be missed tremendously by all who loved her. She will be watching over all of us.
Barbara(Irwin) and Rick Lawrence posted a condolence
Saturday, March 18, 2017We are so sorry for your loss. I remember spending many summers with my cousins Patsy, Sharon and little Gail and Aunt Marie and Uncle Don always made me feel so welcome. We had some great times together trying not to get into too much trouble ; or trying not to get caught. We are not with you on this day but our thoughts are with you.. I hope your memories give you some comfort.
Shari Garrow Aughtman posted a condolence
Saturday, March 18, 2017My heart & Prayers go out to the family. She was such a sweet lady, and always had a smile. May god bless you all in this time of sorrow.
Paullette and John Currie posted a condolence
Saturday, March 18, 2017Julie and Vinnie we were very sorry to here about the passing of Grandma Irwin. What a sweet lady , with such a big heart.I'm sure she's now resting with "GOD". I was able to send a few cards but didn't have an address for you ..... please know that "you" as well as the rest of the family will be kept in our thoughts and prayers.
Glenn Goodearl posted a condolence
Friday, March 17, 2017Our Mom was wonderful. She had a very great life. She was the mother of three daughters. She was strong, determined and stubborn. She knew what she wanted. I never met her husband, Donald. I was told he looked like his brother. I met her when I was dating her oldest daughter Pat. We got along great. That was over 40 years ago. She came to our first house in Florida during hurricane Andrew. We had to bunker down and we didn't know what to expect. There was other visits but we had to beg her to get on a plane. Then she loved flying. Well now she earned her real angel wings. I'm sure she's met up with those that have gone before her. She was tired and felt it was time to go. We all miss her but I'm glad she is no longer in pain. She will always have a place in my heart. Death is a mystery to most of us. We aren't sure what to expect. I know she was ready to face it. She wasn't afraid. So fly away and join the others. Don't weep because life after death is what God has planned for all those that believe. Rejoice and be glad that the Lord is Great. Go in peace.
Gordon Goodearl posted a condolence
Friday, March 17, 2017As Glenn's brother I knew Mrs Irwin pretty well. She always had the biggest smile whenever I got to see her. I know she was loved quite a bit by everyone. She will be missed, but now she has gone on to be with the Lord and family who have gone on. I know in my heart she is with my niece ( her special granddaughter) Lisa. My prayers for comfort for the family. With love Gordy Goodearl
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Friday, March 17, 2017
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