Let the memory of Irene be with us forever
  • 93 years old
  • Born on April 27, 1920 in Rockford, Alabama, United States.
  • Passed away on December 28, 2013 in Lancaster, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Irene Halliwill 93 years old , born on April 27, 1920 and passed away on December 28, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Rick Halliwill on 27th April 2018
Today would have been your 98th birthday. We remember and share our love.
Posted by Rick Halliwill on 29th December 2017
We still smile and and feel your presence. Good memories.
Posted by Norma Jones on 28th December 2017
I drive by the old neighborhood, every so often. I can still picture her sitting at the front door. She was such a wonderful lady. So very blessed to have known her.
Posted by Rick Halliwill on 28th December 2016
2016 has been a crazy year with Presidental elections creating much division and animosity throughout the US. You would love to read Facebook and follow Jill and Cecilie 's families Abby is a cheerleader and still pitching softball. Miss you telling me all the family news.
Posted by Bob Singleton on 28th December 2015
RIP, Aunt Irene, Uncle Billy, Uncle Elvie, Aunt Jeanette, & mother Beatrice. Love Bobby!
Posted by Rick Halliwill on 28th December 2015
Well it's been two years today, Jeanette, your baby sister joined you this year. The family now thinks of all of you back together talking, laughing, and hugging one another once more. Trisha, Diane, and the cousins have discovered so many good things from our collective past. So many good things!!
Posted by Judy Clark on 8th January 2014
Being neighbors, and going to the same church, created a close relationship with the Halliwill's. My Mom was close friends with Irene, and my brother, Roger, was close pals with John. I loved visiting Irene to see what she was sewing on, or what she was cooking. She was always busy doing something for her family. Being the only woman in the family created quite a challenge, but she was up for it. After our family moved away, I enjoyed stopping by to visit Irene. She was very special and will be missed by all. Well, she's in Heaven with my parents now, and I know she has a special place up there.
Posted by Lisa King on 7th January 2014
I was eight years old when the Halliwill family moved in two doors from us. I was always so impressed by Irene because of her gentle ways, soft voice and sweet spirit. She was the consummate southern lady. Rick, I'm so sorry for your loss, but it's heaven's gain. I will always remember your mom. - Lisa Clark King
Posted by Nancy Rock on 7th January 2014
Rick, I was sorry to hear about your mom. I'm Nancy Clark Rock and as you remember we "grew up" two doors down from you. Your mom was a favorite of mine. She was a class act! I enjoyed talking with her a few times in recent years after my folks passed away in 2010. I'm glad she died peacefully and is now with her Lord, husband and sons.
Posted by Norma Jones on 5th January 2014
So very sorry,Rick to hear of your moms passing. My name is Norma Gonzalez-Jones. Your parents lived across the street from mine.I hadnt seen your mom for years. I went to the senior expo this year, she was sitting in her chair. I am not sure if she knew who I was but she made me feel like she did. I cried,she was a great lady!God Bless You .
Posted by Wade Nobles on 5th January 2014
We were sorry to hear about Irene's passing. I am Patricia Manning Nobles; my mother is Virginia Woodfin Manning. Mother is Irene's first cousin. Mother kept in contact with Irene for many years, but lost touch. Mother was very sad to hear about Irene. She sends her prayers to the Halliwill family. From - Patricia Nobles
Posted by Gabriel Halliwill on 4th January 2014
Thank you Great Grandma, I will miss you. Gabe Halliwill Thank you Irene for being a wonderful grandmother and great-grandmother to my children and grandchildren. You were always a graceful and loving human being. You will be missed. Linda Halliwill
Posted by Cecilie Halliwill on 3rd January 2014
You taught me so much about life, Grandma! You showed me how to cook... no really cook! How to sew, although you did most the sewing! Most of all, just how to be a good person. You lived a long healthy life, and I am so happy that you are now able to be with Grandpa and Dad in heaven. Not too many have the opportunity to know their great grandchildren the way that you did and that they knew you, and for that they will be forever blessed. Your spirit will always be with us, and you will never be forgotten. Love you and miss you, Cecilie
Posted by Rick Halliwill on 31st December 2013
Mom, you raised us right. Cornbread, black-eyed peas and greens ready for New Year's Day

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