Floyd, Irene H, 76, retired CF, Inc. Dispatcher, passed away Monday, September 23, 2013. Funeral service 1:30pm, Friday, Bethany United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at Kensington Gardens. Irene was born of Ruth Margaret Hawkins and Cecil Edward Hebb, both now deceased, on July 26, 1937 in Eureka, KS. She spent the first 18 years of her life in Howard, KS, graduating Howard High School in 1955. She moved to Amarillo, TX and became an employee of Santa Fe Railroad. She married Ray Floyd late in 1957 and conceived two beautiful girls. Jodonna Rae, math teacher at Northwest High School, Wichita, KS. Larecia Gae (Robert Prilliman) of Cesco Systems. Lari became a math teacher in the Kansas City area and currently is a legal assistant for the Law Offices of Peter Jonnas in Overland Park, KS. Robert and Lari conceived three children, Zachary (Jennifer) of Phoenix, AZ, Tyler and Joshua, both of Overland Park, KS. Ray is a retired police officer and lives in Wichita. Bill oswalt was currently her caregiver and love of her life. Preceded in death by her parents, Cecil and Ruth Hebb, survivors include caregiver and love of her life, Bill Oswalt; daughters, Jodonna Floyd and Larecia (Robert) Prilliman; grandchildren, Zachary (Jennifer), Tyler and Joshua Prilliman; sisters, Blenda (Clifford) Reddick, three children, Miscy (Stan), Matrice and Dirk, all of Wichita. Karen (Rodney) Indermill, two children, Seth and Rhett (Amanda) of Edmond, OK, and brothers, John (Andrea) Hebb of Moline, KS, two children, Katha Jo of Moline, KS and Andrew of Wichita, KS. Thomas Hebb of Emporia, KS and Carl (Donna) Hebb of Wichita. Irene has one uncle who is the brother of her deceased father, Clarence Thomas Hebb, born December 27, 1917, retired naval man and welder, living in Perezear Beach Austrilia. Irene's favorite person was her paternal grandmother, Pearl Mae Hebb. Growing up she spent much time with her and would never forget those days. Memorials to Bethany United Methodist Church. Share condolences at CozineMemorial.com. Services by Broadway Mortuary.