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Condolences for Irene L. Belling


I was surprised to open the newspaper & see that my good friend & neighbor Irene had passed away. I havent seen her for a while & didnt hear from her thru the internet for a long time. so I have lost contact with her....sorry. They lived 1 block north of us on 28th. street for many years & then built their lovely home in the country. She & Bill was always so friendly to us. I remember he always was invenRzctLBEting things & stayed home with the girls when Irene went to work. She will be missed dearly.....please accept our sympathy & know you all are in our prayers. The Mullenbach family
From Betty & Bernie Mullenbach

Janet, Mike and all of your family, So sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. Will always remember her smile (and your Dad’s, as well). Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
From Mary (Bakalars)Lee

Don and I are so sorry about Irene's passing. Cherish all your wonderful memories with her. We have you all in our thoughts and prayers.
From Faye Goldsmith & Don Dionne

To Janet and Mary, and all of your family, my sincere sympathy on the passing of your mother. Her notice was a loving tribute to a lovely woman. Wishing you comfort and peace as you remember her.
From Marcia Sarnowski

Diane, my deepest condolences to you and your entire family on your mom's passing. In our younger years when I'd see her at church or school, she was often smiling and kind.
From Jim Harriman

When I think of family, Irene and Bill are at the top of the list. We always had great times filled with love and laughter when we were together throughout the years. To me, Irene was the most beautiful and caring aunt I could ever wish for. I will always remember How she sewed me an outfit for school, I still can see her working on it and how I expected her to make in one day. She planted the seed that made me love to sew and eventually create a business out it. Some of the best times were in the summer, when I brought my dad and grandchildren to visit. We all looked forward to Irene’s wonderful meals and baked treats. They still talk about Irene’s roast beef dinner. Irene impacted all our lives with her caring and talents. She certainly made a big difference in mine! Irene and Bill were such a loving part of my life and they gave me some of my best memories. I will always love them and hold them dear to my heart. My deepest condolences to all of Irene’s family. Susan Jones
From Susan (Slama) Jones

Thank you Irene, For all of the Happy memories that we have growing up and spending time with you and your family in La Crosse. For all of the Kindness and Love that you graced us with. For all the time you let us hang out with Bill in his Garage. Great Guy Stuff! May God Bless you and your Family and welcome you into his Kingdom and reunite you with Bill and John. We Pray and are so very Grateful that you shared your life with us. In Deepest Sympathy, Dot, Jim and Dan Belling
From James Belling Family