Irene Dame

Irene May Dame

Tuesday, November 24th, 1925 - Wednesday, June 17th, 2020
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Irene M.Dame, 94, of Hudson, NH passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 after a battle with dementia. Ms. Dame was born in Brookline, New Hampshire on November 24, 1925. She was the daughter of the late Thomas B and Lillian (Warden)Barbour. She lived in Hudson most of her adult life.

Irene enjoyed working with her hands. She spent some time on the production line at Teledyne Technologies. When she wasn’t working, she would create through crocheting and knitting things for her family, whom she loved very much. She loved listening to music. She was always singing or humming a song to brighten the day. She enjoyed watching movies with Rena, her daughter, and going for walks. She especially loved being outdoors enjoying the sunshine.

She is survived by her daughter - Rena, her son-John, brother-Kenneth Barbour and many nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her husband-Robert and her brothers/sisters/spouses; Harold and Mitze Barbour, George and Germaine Barbour, Anna and Leon Plourde, Arlene and Bill Perry, Raymond and Mabel Barbour, Thomas and Rena Barbour, Evelyn and Walter Ruonala, and Phyllis Barbour (wife of Kenneth).
A special “thank you” to Michelle Collette and Irene’s Caregiver’s for their care of Irene during these past years. Your assistance was greatly appreciated.

Services: There are no calling hours. A private graveside service will take place at the Evergreen Cemetery at 391 Main St., Nashua, New Hampshire at the convenience of the family. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the local Humane Society or Dementia Society of America, PO Box 600, Doylestown, PA 18901, or donate online at Arrangements are in the care of The Davis Funeral Home, 1 Lock St., Nashua, NH (603)883-3401. “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER.”
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Connie Card

Posted at 11:11am
Rest In Peace Irene, you and my mom (Connie) were really best friends and had a lot of fun together. You always had a heart of gold, enjoy your angel wings ❤️ With deepest sympathy, Connie and John Card


Posted at 10:04pm
I remember we all used to all get together every weekend and end up one of Our Mother's side of the family. I can remembering going to Aunt Irene's and Mom would give us some or whatever it cost, we than went down to Dairy Queen and got our soft serve ice cream and we were happy. Than if we weren't there we were at Aunt Rena and Uncle Tom's swimming. Also if we weren't there we were at Aunt Phil's and Uncle Kenny's. Those are when families had good times, and no woories like this. If Our kids saw the way were than and nowadays. What a different in times from than. RIP Aunt Irene go have fun with All Your Sisters and Brothers. God Bless. Maureen-Ruonala-Nichols-Bacon

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