Dolores Irwin

Obituary of Dolores I. Irwin

Dolores Iona "Peanuts" Irwin passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 21, 2021 at Westchester Medical Center. She was 66. She was the daughter of the late Delois and Marjorie Gorr Irwin, born in Pennsylvania on April 2, 1955. For many years she worked at Falls Poultry. She was a woman of many talents and words. She would always brighten up a room whenever she walked in. She enjoyed crocheting, listening to classic country music and Elvis. Her love of the Dallas Cowboys and seafood will never be forgotten. She loved to spend time with her family especially during the holidays and camping. She will be deeply missed by everyone that knew and loved her. She leaves behind her siblings Joyce Kleingardner, Larry Banks and his wife Edna, Sharon Jersey, Elmer Irwin and his wife Pat, David "George" Irwin and his wife Leslie, Willaim Irwin, Lois Gildersleeve, Delois "Skip" Irwin and his companion Linda, many special nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and a host of friends. She was predeceased by her siblings Stanton Banks and Jeanette Hime. Visitation will be on Monday, July 26, 2021 at Colonial-Bryant Funeral Home, 29 Pearl Street Livingston Manor, NY from 3-600pm. A funeral service will be held Monday evening at 5:30pm with Rev Kevin Mulqueen officiating. Arrangements were under the care of Colonial-Bryant Funeral Home, for further information please call 845-439-4333 or visit www.colonialfamilyfuneralhomes.com
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Monday
26
July

Visitation at Funeral Home

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Monday, July 26, 2021
Colonial-Bryant Funeral Homes & Cremation Services
29 Pearl Street
Livingston Manor, New York, United States
Monday
26
July

Funeral Service

5:30 pm
Monday, July 26, 2021
Colonial-Bryant Funeral Homes & Cremation Services
29 Pearl Street
Livingston Manor, New York, United States

Final Resting Place

H.G.Smith Crematory
2120 N. Fifth Street
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
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