IRENE-ASTA-Obituary

IRENE ASTA

Lyndhurst, Ohio

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(nee Walton). Beloved wife of the late Marcel "Tony" Asta; loving aunt of Craig Walton (wife Michie), Glenn Walton (wife Amber), Barbara Hughes (husband Homer) and Deborah Bryant (husband Darren); dear sister of Mary Alice Osborne (husband Larson) and the late Fred and James Walton, and...

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Take comfort in knowing there's a beautiful hope ahead where there's no more pain and suffering..Sending my warm condolences

Irene will be greatly missed, all those who new her are better for the time they had spent with her... I take great comfort knowing that she is with all those who she truly loves and missed...I can only imagine the joy her and my grandma Beth must be feeling now that they are back together again...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Wonderful lady, sweet,smiling. We knew her since she lived above my Nana in Cleveland. She's in a good place now with Tony, and having a laugh with my Dad , Joe.

We will always have warm memories of Irene. Loved her laugh, loved her stories, loved her energy. She was always a woman on the go! Special thanks to all her friends who were able to help her.

Love,
Homer, Barbara, Tanja, and John Hughes

We will always have warm memories of Irene. Loved her laugh, loved her stories, loved her energy. Irene was always a woman on the go! Special thanks to all her friends who were there to help her.

Love,
Homer, Barbara, Tanja, and John Hughes

Irene you are truly going to be missed. You and my mom were friends from when I was young. I loved you and Tony. Meet Tony and my mom and dad in heaven there waiting to welcome you. Heaven just got another angle. Love you

Irene will be greatly missed as a member of our family
Bob and Mary Pekar

Irene was my friend for 38 years. We worked together at Dr. Stan Abram's office and even though I have been in Phoenix for 30 years we spoke often. We always ended our calls with I Love You. I saw her each time I was in Cleveland the last time was this past June and we went to lunch with Kathy Cox. My heart is so very heavy. I will miss you Irene !