Irene Ann Finnin
April 28, 1927 – July 29, 2004Irene Ann Finnin, 77, of Parachute died July 29, 2004, in Parachute.There will be a memorial service at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4, at St. Brendan’s Catholic Church in downtown Parachute. Father Robert Hahn will officiate. Burial will be at Battlement Mesa Cemetery in Parachute.She was a bookkeeper and an 11-year resident of Parachute.She was born April 28, 1927, in Breckenridge, Minn., the daughter of Elizabeth (Snyder) and Carl Conzemius.She married Kenneth James Finnin in Arvada on Feb. 24, 1975.She was a member of St. Brendan’s Catholic Church. She passed away peacefully after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She loved and was loved by her family and many friends. She touched many lives while she was on this earth and did many good deeds.Survivors include her husband, Kenneth James Finnin; sons Brian Kaiser and his wife, Linda, of Roy, Utah, and Jerry Kaiser and his wife, Linda, of Loveland; daughters Linda Pysto and her husband, Tom, of Las Vegas, and Nancy Graham of Parachute; two brothers; five sisters; and 10 grandchildren.One sister, one brother and a granddaughter, Angela Rose Graham, preceded her in death.The Rifle Funeral Home, 1400 Access Road in Rifle, is in charge of arrangements.Memorial contributions may be made to the Roaring Fork Hospice, P.0. Box 1970, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601; or American Cancer, 1445 North Union, Suite B-100, Colorado Springs, CO 80909.Memorial contributions may be made to the Roaring Fork Hospice, P.0. Box 1970, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601; or American Cancer, 1445 North Union, Suite B-100, Colorado Springs, CO 80909.
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