OBITUARY

Eleanor Rose Irons

December 22, 1940April 17, 2021

Eleanor Rose Irons was born on December 22, 1940 and passed away on April 17, 2021 and is under the care of McGilley & George Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

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Diana Coleman

April 30, 2021

Eleanor was a wonderful childhood friend. We lived on the same block in Osawatomie, Kansas until my family moved away when I was 14 years old. I saw her only a few times after that at reunions in Osawatomie. I was aware of her many accomplishments over the years and I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book she put together about our hometown. My prayers and condolences go out to her family.

Calvin & Lordis Cotton

April 23, 2021

Our condolences to Mrs. Eleanor Irons' family. May God comfort, strengthen, and bless you all during this time. Our prayers are with you all.

Conni Roberts-Gutelius

April 21, 2021

Dear family of Eleanor,
My most sincere prayer of peace for you all.
I knew Eleanor very well beginning in the 1970’s, while she and Harrison lived in KCK. This was a woman of boldness and sass! I loved her so much, as did my mother, Peggy. My mother and Eleanor worked hand in hand for the KC area members of NSA/SGI. She showed my mother how to be compassionate and brave, never backing down from a challenge. Eleanor had a big laugh that would penetrate to your soul, even amid the challenges of life. She will forever be a beautiful and happy memory for me.
With ❤️ Love, Conni and Scott Gutelius

JUNE and MARK JONES

April 21, 2021

To Eleanor's family, please accept our condolences for your loss. We enjoyed many years with Eleanor and Harrison. We treasure the times we enjoyed with them and family together at SGI activities or just visiting. We will always remember Eleanor and Harrison as a great team who unconditionally loved their family and friends and who never hesitated to share their conviction in the power of Nam Myoho Renge Kyo with everyone they met over the years. We miss them both.

Mark and June Jones