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Alan Bruce Irons

May 29, 1925 - January 28, 2011
Service
Hubbard Union Cemetery
210 Oakdale Ave SE
Hubbard, OH 44425

Alan Bruce ?Nip? Irons, 85 of Monaca passed away Friday, January 28, 2011 at South Western Veterans Home in Pittsburgh. Born May 29, 1925, in Monaca, he was a son of the late Earl Albrose and Jeanette Isabelle (McIntrye) Irons. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers and twoContinue Reading

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Susan Koehler Morabit left a message on February 4, 2011:
My Mom (Jane Irons Carnahan) just informed me that Uncle Nip passed away. I remember what a jokester he was, always making everyone laugh. I loved his stories of woodland adventures -finding wild ginseng and such. I know he will be dearly missed by all that knew him. With Sympathy, Susan
Sara Zeman left a message on February 3, 2011:
Dearest Ellen, I am so sorry to hear your father passed away. Please accept my condolences. May your memories and love bring you and your family peace. Love, Sara Zeman
Toni Heckler left a message on February 2, 2011:
It is with both sadness and joy I send this to all of the Irons children and especially Ellen my dearest friend. Sadness because I know you will all miss Nip but joy because he will no loner suffer and I'm sure you find some comfort it knowing he is back to his old self. My love to you all. A giant (HUG) to you Ellen..this is yet another part of life we share together. I love you. Love, Toni and Jeff
Toni Heckler left a message on February 2, 2011:
Nip was the father of my best and oldest..longest in time not age.Nip was a real character..one that could make you laugh when you didn't feel like it. I remember he used to take our boy friends SNIPE hunting..remember Ellen. I know he will be missed by many
Ellen Parrish left a message on February 2, 2011:
My dad loved his camp in the mountains. He loved to hunt and fish, walk in the woods and pick ginsing. He was always on the go. He was a wild one, and always thought he was a ladies man. He was a nomad at heart, which made my mom crazy, like all of us he had his good points and bad, but I loved him all the same. RIP dad, I am glad that you are at peace and no longer have to be confined (which I think was the hardest thing to happen to you) . It was difficult these past few years to see you decline mentally, but you were well taken care of at SW Vets, and I am glad that you remembered me to the end.
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Debra (Magness) Neal left a message on January 30, 2011:
I am so sorry for the loss of your father. He was a good friend of my father (Wess Magness) and I've known him for a very long time. He will be missed. Such a nice man!
Shirley Brinker left a message on January 30, 2011:
Dear Kathy, I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your Father. He was a great man, I know my dad thought so. My deepest sympathys go out to you and your family. May he rest in peace.
Jim Cable left a message on January 30, 2011:
Condolences Mary Pat and Kay and to the entire family. You lost a father and we lost a great friend and companion. I must say thou, we lost the NIP we all new a couple of years back. I did receive your voice mail Saturday evening but did not listen to it until 9:45pm. My son and family were in and all were out until that time,sorry I mist the service. Hoping to see you folks at camp this summer,and be healthy. Jim,Barney,and Gary Cable
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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