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Judith Irvine-Wylock

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PERU -- Judith Irvine-Wylock, age 68, a resident of Bromley Village, died on Thursday evening, July 24, 2003 at the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington.

She was born in New York City on Jan. 23,1935 and was the daughter of Wesley and Kathleen (Denton) Irvine. She attended schools in New York City, and graduated from Hunter College in New York City. She was raised in New York City and lived in Pleasantville, New York for twenty one years. She married Raymond Wylock on May 2,1981, and they resided in Thornwood, New York until they retired to Vermont in 1995, where she enjoyed skiing, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and was a very active member of the First Congregational Church in Manchester. Mrs. Irvine-Wylock is survived by her husband, one sister, Kathleen Schmidt of Larchmont, N.Y., and two brothers; Wesley Irvine of Baldwin City, Kan., and Bruce Irvine of Highland Park, Ill., as well as four step-children; Raymond Wylock, Jr. of Portland, Maine, Catherine Giorgio of Milford, Conn., Ellen Teatsath of Douglaston, N.Y. and Jeannie Russo of Cortland Manor, N.Y. She also has four nephews and three nieces.

Friends may call at the Brewster Funeral Service, 34 Park Place in Manchester Center on Sunday from 2-4 and 6-8. The Reverend Doctor Steven Barry will offer a prayer service as part of the evening visitation.

Mrs. Irvine-Wylock will be transferred to the Beecher Funeral Home in Pleasantville, N.Y. for visitation and services on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 29 and 30.

A Memorial service will be hold sit the church at a time to be announced in August.

Memorials in her honor may be made to the First Congregation Church of Manchester in care of the Brewster Funeral Service, P.O. Box 885, Manchester Center, Vermont 05255.

To find directions or to offer e-mail condolences, contact at www.nsm.org/covey.
Published in Bennington Banner on July 26, 2003
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