Irene Grau

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  • "My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of..."
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    - Russell Grau
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Irene Grau
March 19, 1933 - September 15, 2015
Irene Mable Grau, 82, was a longtime resident of Idaho, passed peacefully on September 15, 2015. She was born on March 19, 1933 in Oklahoma City, and is survived by her 3 sons Terry Grau of Middleton ID; Russell Grau of Beaverton, OR; and Bill Grau of Meridian ID. She had 4 grandkids and 4 great-grandkids, we all miss you. She was preceded in death by Mary and Howard Wheeler her mother and stepdad, and her brother Robert Kline.
She is at peace in heaven now and pain free, she adored her kids and grandkids, and had a special place in her heart for her animals, especially her little dog, Baby, her Pomeranian.
She had a special talent for her arts, painting, and quilting. Knitting and crocheting, and her works were each so beautiful and personalized. She was so proud of her GED. And college classes in bookkeeping and computers.
She owned and worked with her boys on her dairy farm in Homedale, where she had so much passion and love for her boys, farm life, and her animals.
She also loved to travel, go sightseeing, and fishing on the Snake River after milking. Mom also had a special love for her cousins Earlene Prickrel and Fred Scot.
Special thanks to Scott and staff of Alpine Meadows, Meridian, ID, for the love and care of mom's special needs and wants in her short visit there.
A Viewing will be held Sunday, September 20, 2015 from 4-6 pm at Flahiff Funeral Chapel in Homedale [27 E Owyhee]. Funeral Services will be held Monday, Sept 21, 2015 at 1 pm also at Flahiff's. Interment will be at Marsing Homedale Cemetery. Condolences can be given at

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Flahiff Funeral Chapels Inc
27 E Owyhee Ave
Homedale, ID 83628
(208) 337-3252
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Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Sept. 18, 2015