OBITUARY

Chandra Claire Irving

17 October, 196813 October, 2020
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Chandra Claire (Louderback) Irving of Haslett, MI, formerly of Wayne, IL died unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 13, 2020, at her home. She was born on October 17, 1968, in St. Charles, IL, the daughter of (the late Kenneth B) and Diane C. (Krueger) Louderback. She grew up in St. Charles and graduated from Valley Lutheran High School.

After graduating from Valparaiso University, Chandra began a career at Hope Network in East Lansing, MI. She loved working with her patients and was a wonderful friend to all.

She met her husband, Aaron Irving, at a mutual friend’s house and they fell in love shortly after. They were married on August 4, 2007 in a beautiful wedding celebration. They were blessed with the adoption of their beautiful daughter, Molly Claire Joan— who was the light of Chandra’s life.

She was a member of the Saint Luke Lutheran Church of Haslett, MI. She had a true love for life which included spending time with her family, friends and faith community. Chandra loved to travel, especially anywhere Disney related.

Chandra is survived by her husband, Aaron; daughter, Molly; mother, Diane C. (Krueger) Louderback of Wayne, IL; and brother, Todd (Cindy) and niece Emma of Elmhurst; father-in-law, James Irving, CA; sister-in-law, Rebecca (Armando) Rodriguez of CA; uncles, Gary (Cheryl) Krueger, Bruce (Jody) Louderback, and Douglas (Jo) Louderback; aunts, Judith Louderback Alton and Mary Ann Louderback (Jack Schaffer); and numerous loved cousins. She was preceded in death by her father, Kenneth B. Louderback; mother-in-law, Candace Joan (O’Jack) Irving; maternal grandparents, Erwin and Irma Krueger and paternal grandparents, Clarence L. and Ruth B. Louderback.

Her visitation will be on Monday, October 26 from 1:00 to 2:00pm at Saint Luke’s Lutheran Church, 5589 Van Atta Rd., Haslett, MI 48840 with the service following at 2:00pm. The service will be live streamed on St. Luke’s web page, knowingjesus.org.

Face masks and social distancing will be strictly followed. Further, there will be limited admittance in accordance with Ingham County and Michigan COVID requirements.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Saint Luke's Lutheran Church, Haslett, MI are appreciated.

To sign the online guest book please go to www.greastlansing.com

She had a true love for life which included spending time with her family, friends and faith community. Chandra loved to travel, especially anywhere Disney related.

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Kim and Bob Barrett

October 26, 2020

Aaron, we are so saddened, our hearts and prayers with you and Molly. Didn't venture out for the service today, but with you in spirit. Take care, much ❤ to you and Molly.

Sincerely, Bob and Kim

Jeff and Holly Flynn

October 26, 2020

Dear Aaron and Molly,

You are in our prayers! Chandra was such a sweet person. I always enjoyed talking with her in the nursery at church. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

Nan Elizabeth Casey

October 25, 2020

We are heart broken at Chandra’s death. We have had the privilege of knowing Aaron for many years. He has always been a family man and we were thrilled when he asked for our input in “finding” their beautiful daughter. They both were devoted to their mother and wife .

There are no adequate words to say. Your loss is overwhelming. We share your grief in a smaller but sincere way.

We are driving across the country (in a blinding snow storm) in hopes of making the service. Do know you are all in our thoughts and prayers Aaron. GOD SPEED Chandra. Rest In Peace and know you touched so many lives

With heart felt sympathy, Jim, Nan Elizabeth and Danny Patrick Casey-Dunn

Barbara Soper

October 21, 2020

One of my fondest memories of Chandra was at her wedding. I went up to her and told her how beautiful everything was and how happy I was for her. She very gently replied, "I have waited a long time for this moment, and now it is here. It is as perfect as I could ever imagine." She just always seemed grateful for love and kindness, as she was like that to others. Aaron seemed to love her the only way that was perfect for her and she left this world knowing that she was loved by a daughter and a husband, along with many others. God Bless her journey home.

Elias Kadri

October 20, 2020

Aaron, we are so very sorry for your loss. We hope that you and your family will take care of each other in this time, and always remember Chandra with love, as we will.

We met Chandra “on the internet”, back in the days before that was something everybody did. Even though we never lived nearby, we always made time to see each other when our travels brought us near. We will remember the dinner cruise in San Francisco, and our many other visits in California and at your home in Michigan.

All our best wishes to you and Molly.

Elias and Iben Kadri

Tom Burchman

October 20, 2020

Dear Aaron--I am truly saddened to learn of Chandra's passing. I, too, lost a wife much too soon. I pray for your well-being during this time of grief. May your memories comfort you and bring you the strength and love you will need to move past this tragic loss. I will also pray for Molly and trust in the Lord to help you rear this beautiful child in His ways. God bless you and keep you both in His ever-loving care. Best regards, Tom Burchman

Susan Maas

October 20, 2020

I knew Chandra from working with her in ETS. We met occasionally when there were work sessions in the Bay Area. Chandra was always so friendly and fun to be with. My favorite memory is of the year that trip fell on her birthday. She invited several of her fellow workers on a dinner cruise on the Bay--and I was one of the lucky ones chosen. The ride was beautiful, the food delicious. But the best part was spending time with Chandra and her other ETS friends. She was always encouraging and supportive, and I loved spending time with her--and keeping in touch afterwards. I am so sorry to hear that she is gone--but I expect she will be watching over Aaron and Molly from heaven.

Jean Lasics-Wessels

October 19, 2020

Aaron, Molly, Mrs. Louderback and Todd,

Andy and I were heart broken to hear of Chandra's passing. Chandra was a dear Phi Omega sorority sister, APO fraternity brother and a great roommate! She was also a gifted match-maker. I will never forget our days together at Valpo, the late night runs to Big Boy's across the tundra, the classes we took together and those late night study sessions in the hospital cafeteria in Lansing. Who would of know it was the best place to study and get something to eat! Your kind and gentle spirit will live on and I am a better person for knowing you! Love & prayers, Jean and Andy Wessels

David Smeak

October 19, 2020

Aaron- I am so sorry to hear about your wife passing, may the Lord give you all the grace, comfort and peace you need in these days of bereavement.
Dave Smeak

Marcus LeVeque

October 19, 2020

I am very sorry to hear about your loss, which only you can fully comprehend.
May God be with you during these times.

Marcus and Odette

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