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Daphne M. Irwin
December 13, 1943 - August 3, 2022
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Daphne M. Irwin passed from this world peacefully in her home in the woods on August 3, 2022. She led an interesting life filled with adventures and creativity. The home she designed and built was her ongoing art project. A talented artist, she created beautiful fabric art. She was also interested in politics, the environment,…

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Christie Farrell left a message on August 13, 2022:
My condolences. Daphne has always been a bright light in my world. Her grace, gentle kindness and sense of adventure, were just a few of her wonderful gifts. I’m grateful for the time we shared. All of my memories of Daphne are dear to me of course, but what is flooding to mind the most right now is when we lived together. She and Louie were generous enough to let me stay there when I’d begun a new job in the early 90’s and she and I lived together again in 95. She was a gracious and loving woman and smart as a whip!! Gosh what a wonderful woman! May the memories of her, that we all have, bring us some comfort and allow us to smile through our grief as we release her to creator.
Sue Smith left a message on August 11, 2022:
Daphne, You were an inspiration.
Mary Alexander left a message on August 10, 2022:
This lovely woman will be greatly missed . Daphne touched many, many lives. She lived a full and brilliant life. May our love send you on your way, Daphne
Kim Flores left a message on August 8, 2022:
Daphne was such a lovely person and she always made me feel welcome into the Library family. She was an excellent children's librarian and her storytimes were made richer by her artistic nature and experience. My husband interviewed Daphne's father for the Veteran's History Project and every single time she saw me or my husband afterwards she expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to learn new things about her dad. She was kind, funny, and passionate. I missed her when she retired from the library and always enjoyed it when we happened upon each other somewhere out in the world. Sending my best thoughts to Daphne's family.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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