Dunbar Funeral Home - Northeast

4219 Hard Scrabble RD, Columbia, SC


Iva Jean Easley

May 5, 1925May 24, 2020

Iva Jean Easley was born on May 5, 1925 in Wilburton, OK and passed away on May 24, 2020 and is under the care of Dunbar Funeral Home - Northeast.

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Iva Jean Easley

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Kenny Kent

May 29, 2020

Mary Ann was Iva Jean's baby sister.... and I am Mary Ann's baby boy.

Nothing made my moms face light up more than seeing her brothers and sisters. She loved each one so much.

Being a part of the Ellis family tree has made me very proud.

Blessings to her family. Always smile when you see Iva Jean in your memories.

Patricia Garis

May 26, 2020

So many memories, I can't pick just one. All the fun times we had and I will love you forever and forever. You were the best to me. Thank you for allowing me to come to S. Carolina to see you and Stephen, Julia and Mitchell. We will meet again someday. I will continually think about and miss you.
Your loving Sister.

Mary and Robert Kent

May 26, 2020

We will always remember Iva Jean as the most beautiful, refined woman of the Ellis family - without intending to offend any of the other sisters and their families! She was such a neat lady, always with a smile on her face. She took such good care of her husband Mitch Senior (God rest his soul) and her two sons Mitch Junior and Stephen . She suffered a stroke years ago and did not let that slow her down. Her son Mitch brought her to our 50th wedding anniversary celebration in San Antonio Texas in December 2010 - she got in and out of his vehicle like a teenager! Never slowed her down at all! We will all miss her terribly as she was one of a kind - a true lady!

Ryan Friedman

May 25, 2020

My apologizes for the previous comment, I meant to say Aunt Iva Jean.

Ryan Friedman

May 25, 2020

I never had the chance to meet Aunt Iva Gean (i’m Harry’s grandson, Harry’s her younger brother). At his house, there’s a nice family picture of Harry with Aunt’s Iva Gean, Virginia, and Betty Jo. I would like to think Aunt Iva Gean is reunited with her siblings, especially Uncle’s Raymond and Lee Roy for Memorial day, since Raymond and Lee Roy both served in the military. May Aunt Iva Gean rest in peace.