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Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home

90 Weathersfield Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL

OBITUARY

Katherine Irvine Stallard

April 25, 1955January 4, 2020
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Katherine Irvine Stallard, 64, died Saturday January 4, 2020 at her home.

She leaves her husband of 46 years Stephen Stallard, her children, Stephen (Jenna) Stallard Jr , Jessica (Rodney) Reifsnider and Paul (Melanie) Stallard, her grandchildren; Ava Stallard, Mackenzie Stallard, Emma Stallard, Jonah Stallard, Ryan Reifsnider, Grace Reifsnider; her siblings Walter Irvine, Allen Irvine, Patricia Wilkerson , Robert Irvine, Charles Irvine, John Irvine, Pamela Amrhein and many close friends.

Born and raised in Orlando, the daughter of the late Walter and Florence Irvine, she was a lifelong resident of College Park.

Mrs. Stallard, recently retired after 29 years from the patient accounting department at Orlando Health. She spent most of her time raising and caring for her children and then grandchildren in their active lives at sporting events, recitals and school activities.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home.

Condolences may be offered at www.baldwin-fairchild.com

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Committal Service Friday, January 10, 2020

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Phyllis Ciavaglia

January 9, 2020

I'm not really family, more like family of family. I will never forget how welcoming and inclusive Kathy was to me, whenever I was around the Irvine clan and that wasn't often. The last time I saw Kathy was at Cindy's funeral. She missed her dearly, because they talked daily. I know Cindy welcomed her with open arms and they are probably laughing too much and overseeing all the happenings of their family.

Renee Soule

January 9, 2020

Kathy, family and friends, We all have great memories to share and my favorite was Thanksgiving dinner at the Stallards. The family welcomed me with open arms. Kathy couldnt stop talking about her family with love in her 💕. With every introduction she expressed her love for them. I loved the mom in her....She taught me so much with patience an grace. God called another angel home and to watch over us all. I love you and will think of you often!🌹Renee

Mary Ferrante

January 8, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Kathy for many years in Patient Accounting at Orlando Health. We shared stories of our children , and our grandchildren which I will always cherish. She loved her family , and was always so proud to share their accomplishments , I have such great memories of her. Kathy had a contagious laugh that lit up the room feeding positive energy to other co-workers. Kathy was always kind to others with a big heart.. She was always available to lend a helping hand. A True Christian becoming one of God's Angels. .I am honored I had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful lady . I will reflect on the great memories I had with Kathy being forever thankful. May God Bless the family giving them the strength to get through this. difficult time.

Shirley Brown

January 7, 2020

I'm the sister in law that stayed with her for over 2 months. We shared a special bond together. She loved her kids more than anything in life. I will miss her. She was a good sister in law that gave me directions for every wher we needed to go. I'll miss her a lot. Rest in Peace my friend. I loved u like a sister.

Kris Volosin

January 6, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Kathy through work and my dear friend Jessica. Kathy has an infectious smile and a very kind heart. She loved her grandchildren and children dearly. Heaven has another angel. I will miss her. I pray for her family for peace in their hearts through this most difficult time.

Debbie Hall

January 6, 2020

My first memory of Kathy was meeting my boyfriend’s crazy family for the 1st time at a Thanksgiving family get together in 1986. She was so kind to a scared teenager meeting this massive family for the first time. She was a gracious lady who loved her family without limit. Beautiful lady, she’ll be missed.

Debbie Hall

January 6, 2020

My first memory of Kathy was meeting my boyfriend’s crazy family for the 1st time at a Thanksgiving family get together in 1986. She was so kind to a scared teenager meeting this massive family for the first time. She was a gracious lady who loved her family without limit. Beautiful lady, she’ll be missed.

Brenda Huber

January 6, 2020

Kathy "Gamma" and I shared so many wonderful family times together especially when it involved our grand-kids. She was a very loving soul and anyone that knew her knew just that.
We WILL keep her memory alive and in our hearts forever.
She is now in the arms of Jesus and I will be with her again one day.
Rest in peace Kathy....
Brenda "Grammy"

Dawn Alexander

January 6, 2020

Kathy was INSPIRATION PERSONIFIED. On FB she ENCOURAGED, LOVED and spread the GREAT NEWS OF GOD'S LOVE. In person she welcomed you with a warm hug and a smile. I will miss you Kathy, but I KNOW you are In the PRECIOUS ARMS OF OUR SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST. R I P my friend.

Dawn Alexander

January 6, 2020

Kathy was INSPIRATION PERSONIFIED. On FB she ENCOURAGED, LOVED and spread the GREAT NEWS OF GOD'S LOVE. In person she welcomed you with a warm hug and a smile. I will miss you Kathy, but I KNOW you are In the PRECIOUS ARMS OF OUR SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST. R I P my friend.

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