Ina D'Orazio
1951 - 2018
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Ina I. Madden D'Orazio
1951-2017
Quietly passed away Dec.9, 2017 joining her two sons, Husband, and all family and friends who passed before her. She will be missed by her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family and friends. Following her wishes, there will NOT be a funeral service. She wanted everyone to remember her with happy thoughts and memories in their own way.

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Published in Houston Chronicle on Jan. 4, 2018.
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January 26, 2018
Ina, you are gone but will never be forgotten.
Babs Hunt
January 26, 2018
Babs Hunt
January 26, 2018
There is not a single day that goes by that I do not think about Ina, and miss her. It is heartbreaking to realize that she is gone from this earth forever, and I am always thinking of things that I want to share with her, and can never ever do anymore.
Trying to put into words how much I miss Ina is just so hard, almost impossible to do. There is no way to describe all of the wonderful attributes of such a much-loved person as Ina was, and always will be in our hearts.

Ina and I have been friends for almost four years, ever since she and I became friends on a forum that we both belonged to.
When she got her first iPad, she had no clue how to work it, I gave her my phone number, and this started several months of phone and online iPad tutoring, and through this we became good friends.
After Ina's husband, Michael, passed away, we talked almost every day because Ina was going through so much pain, and in the spring of 2015, she and Izzy made the trip out to Alabama and spent a week visiting Bobby and I .

Through the years, we became almost like sisters, and her beautiful character always shone through everything that Ina said and did. She had an immense love for her family, and did everything that she could to help anyone who needed or asked for help. Even when she was fighting her way through terrible depression and illness, her heart and mind was still centered on taking care of her family, and also her friends.

I was in no way prepared to lose such a dear friend, and especially so suddenly, and I know that it must be so hard for all of Ina's family right now, too.
Ina was a rare treasure that God allowed us to share for a while, and even though she is now gone from our lives, she will always live on in our hearts, and I am gladdened to think that she is now in heaven, happily spending eternity with her beloved Husband and Sons who were there waiting for her at heaven's door.
Yvonne LeBuhn
January 8, 2018
Ina, our dear friend, you suffered so much in your life and yearned for your sons and beloved husband Michael. You're at peace now and back at last in the loving arms of your husband and boys.. Pain free and at rest at last . We miss you so much.
Diana Gibson-Holmes
January 6, 2018
Please accept my heartfelt condolences to the D'Orazio family and friends for the passing of your dear loved one. Losing a loved one in death is never easy. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time (John 17:3). When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure in your heart and it lives forever. May the wonderful treasures fill your hearts with love and bring you peace.
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