Margaret Hattie Irwin

  • Born: December 7, 1923
  • Died: June 2, 2018
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Wilson St Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory - Franklin Township Chapel

5950 E Thompson Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46237

Tel. (317) 783-3653

Tribute & Message From The Family

Margaret Hattie Irwin, 94, Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away Saturday, June 2, 2018. In the days preceding her death, she expressed wishes to go to heaven. "God is good!" she would say. She was born on December 7, 1923 in Indianapolis to Forrest and Delilah Moist.
She married Albert Earl Irwin on February 22, 1941. They raised their six children in the Indianapolis area. Margaret was active with women's groups and with the Indian Creek church. Much of her life was caring for her children and extended family. She was a fantastic cook which was very appreciated by all her kids and their friends.
Margaret is survived by son Robert, son J. Albert (Marge), daughter Sandra Irwin Anshutz, daughter Peggy Irwin Lamberson, and son Michael. She is also survived by grandchildren Stacy Irwin Orro, Emmora Irwin, Matthew Irwin, Marie Irwin Remz, Cody Lamberson, Vanessa Anshutz Branstetter, and Wade Anshutz. Her great grandchildren are Jayden, Reese, Christian, and Ryker Remz, and Ashley and Kyle Orro, and Caleb and Blakely Grace Branstetter.
Margaret was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Albert, who was the love of her life, and her son Charlie.
Visitation for Margaret will be Wednesday, June 6, 2018 from 11:00 to 1:00 at Wilson St. Pierre – Stirling Gerber Chapel, 5950 E. Thompson Rd. Her funeral will follow at 1:00 pm at the funeral home. She will be laid to rest next to her husband at the Washington Park Cemetery, 10800 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Margaret was a special lady who would light up a room with her smile. Her and Albert were such great hosts when we were there for the Indy 500. She did get pretty worried the year the guys got home from the race And I (Rod) was missing, as I got separated from them when I stopped to fix the cooler handle. J Al assured her I would be ok. She enjoyed getting the Red River Valley potatoes Judy would send her over the years and even invited the UPS driver in one year to show him what he carried in. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate the life of Margaret.

Posted by Rod & JUdy Alme - Grafton, ND - Family Friend   June 05, 2018

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