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Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home

4150 East Third St, Bloomington, IN

OBITUARY

Ivy Wai Hsia

July 3, 1965May 12, 2020

Ivy Wai Hsia, age 54, of Bloomington passed away Tuesday morning (05/12/2020) at her residence. Born July 3, 1965 in Hong Kong, she was the daughter of Hung Hing Hsia and Mei Wah Cho. Ivy received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University at Bloomington. She lived in Bloomington for over 35 years and was the broker-owner of the Ivy Sells Realty Company where she sold both commercial and residential real estate. She also was involved in property management services, and she proudly spoke five languages. Ivy is survived by her loving husband, Yosuke “Yogi” Eguchi, of Bloomington, her mother, Mei Wah Cho, of Bloomington and two brothers; Steve Ha and family, of New York, NY and Bobby Lam and family, of Pleasanton, CA. There will be no services or visitation. Cremation rites have been chosen. Online condolences may be given at www.DayDeremiahFrye.com. Donations may also be given in Ivy’s name at the American Cancer Society.

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Jessica Medina

May 25, 2020

Ivy was a very positive and optimistic women who’s character consisted of viewing a simple world. No task was too big for her; what she dared to conquer she achieved. I am grateful to have had a strong mentor like Ivy. 💕

Lily Hua

May 22, 2020

I don't even know where to start. This is so hard to believe. We were just chatting on the phone together a little over a month ago where I thought everything was getting better and about you coming to my wedding in Taiwan. This is just so sudden. I'm so glad to have gotten a chance to know you as a friend, to work with you on so many endeavors. I will miss our coffee/lunch/dinner dates. Be at peace now. You can finally relax. Farewell, my friend!

Ziyue Xia

May 21, 2020

I was so shock when I heard that Ivy passed away. She was always energetic and optimistic. She was also a very very strong woman. She had offered me help from the first day I met her and kept providing support when I was in trouble until I graduated from IUB. It's an honor for me to meet and know such a wonderful woman. Rest in peace Ivy.

Karin/Steve Coopersmith

May 19, 2020

It is with great sorrow we hear of Ivy's passing. We met Ivy years ago when she was helping at House of Hunan. It was such a pleasure to see her grow into a wonderful women striving to make a difference in real estate and enjoy a life with Yogi and their precious puppy. We will miss her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Always, Karin, Steve and Angel (our puppy).

Beverly Enslow

May 19, 2020

When the soul leaves the body and returns to God, it is as if a beautiful bird has escaped a broken cage.

Ivy was a kind and friendly person. She hosted many great get- togethers for her friends and real estate contacts. She has a generous and tender heart. She is in our prayers.

Susan Montgomery

May 19, 2020

I'll miss you, Ivy. You were one of the funniest people that I have ever met (in a good way). I enjoyed our days together; you were always ready for coffee and catching up. Rest well, my friend!

Beth Lau

May 18, 2020

I was so sorry to learn of Ivy's death. I met her in the cancer support group at the Olcott Center. She was such a vital, energetic person, with a fun sense of humor. She was a favorite of the group, and we will miss her presence. My sincere condolences and sympathy to Ivy's family on your deep loss.

Susan Roberts

May 17, 2020

I will so miss chatting with Ivy about Real Estate! She was so enthusiastic, energetic and passionate. We were only friends for a short time but she definitely made an impression on me. I will miss her! My sincere condolences to her family.

Connie Pockevich

May 17, 2020

Heartbroken to hear of Ivy passing. We were in radiation in Dr. Lee's office together. Sometimes having coffee afterword's. I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers.
My sincere condolence to the family.
Connie Pockevich

Barbara Skinner

May 17, 2020

My memories of Ivy are of a sparkling woman who was eager to meet new people and to share her warmth. I knew her briefly from the cancer support group in Bloomington, but we were both going through breast cancer treatment and we connected in a personal way. It is difficult to accept that she will no longer join the support group and enliven the discussion there. My heart goes out to her family and friends for a life cut short too soon. I will miss her.

Barbara Skinner

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