SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT IRV. I WILL KEEP YOU IN MY PRAYERS.
AM BACK LIVING IN THE MOBILE PARK.
“May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
“The happiness you made here will glow on for eternity there.
“Those were the days, weren't they. We'd all go camping in our RV's and the best part of all was Irv telling stories around the campfire. Red Beach, Rancho Corrido, Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum in Vista. . . everywhere we went was such a fun time. John and I remember Irv as a guy with so many funny stories - as well as stories of his childhood and working in Mexico. And if you ever mentioned you were looking for a particular item it was Irv who went on the search for it. Irv made...
“Irv I remember my Dad taking me to get my hair cuts with you and Art , Thanks for the memories . Diane Irv is our in payers
“Glad you do not have to suffer anymore. You were such a great uncle to me while I was growing up. I know my Dad & you were very close and will be together again someday. I know Aunt Diane will miss you so much. You guys had a love that everyone would love to have. I hope Aunt Diane, Lee and Scott can find peace over this holiday season.
Love you Marla
“Rest in Peace Uncle Irv xo
Sending love to you Diane and your family. May God keep you all in his loving arms at this difficult time.
Joe & Tina
“RIP Uncle Irv, you fought a good battle, now you get some R & R.
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Provencio, Irving "Irv" ESCONDIDO --Irving "Irv" Provencio, 84, died at his home in Bolivar, Mo., on Sunday, December 2, 2012 after a long battle with cancer. He was born on October 19, 1928 to Alberto and Carmen Provencio in Tucson, Arizona. He married Diane D. Hurley in...Read More