Condolences for Cora Iris Spiracos


Nancy McCarty posted on 7/21/19

Such wonderful memories I have of my Aunt Iris. In the time I stayed with her we would have long talks I learned a lot about when she and my dad were growing up with their other siblings. And the adventures that we went on when I stayed with her. I will never forget the time when we went back to Vermont for a family reunion. When we travel back to Vermont there was Aunt Iris, Betty, Sandy and me and we were known as The Golden Girls. Aunt Iris was Sophia and Betty was Rose and Sandy was Blanche and I was Dorothy we had a lot of laughs about that. Or the time we went rock hunting someplace in North Carolina and I truly can't remember the name of the town. She was truly somebody special to me and I'll cherish all of the memories I had with her. She will always be in my heart as a wonderful memory. Rest in peace antivirus till we see each other again. And we will love you forever more


Pamela M Parcell posted on 7/20/19

Although the passing of someone so dear to us is sad, I hope you find comfort in the memories of what an exciting life your mother/grandmother had. She was a remarkable woman. Treasure the memories. We are thinking of you & love you. The Parcell's.


Angela Sides posted on 7/20/19

She was a fascinating human being. She was the toughest and hardest-working person I ever knew. Despite having only an 8th grade education, she managed to do quite well for herself. She traveled the world and was baptized in the Jordan River. She served dinner to President Eisenhower and breakfast to Evel Knievel. She was generous, intelligent, and funny. Plus, she always congratulated me for my loud belching instead of expecting me to stifle it like some grandmothers would. What amazed me the most was how stoic and selfless she was to the very end. She will be dearly missed. May she rest in peace.



Konrad Spiracos posted on 7/19/19

Grandma Iris was truly one of the sweetest souls I have ever known. I love and miss her dearly. God's Garden: God looked around his garden and he found an empty place. He then looked down upon this Earth and seen your tired face. He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God's Garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best. He knew that you were suffering, he knew you were in pain. He knew that you would never get well on Earth again. He saw the road was getting rough and the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids and said "Peace be thine." It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn't go alone. For part of us went with you the day God called you home. Rest in Peace Grandma Iris. I love you.