Deceased Name: A. Irene Bachman, 96
July 17, 1907 ~ December 29, 2003
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
A service will be 10:00 a.m. Monday at Dalton-Holmes Funeral Home Chapel for A. Irene Bachman, 96, Fort Worth, Texas, who died Friday, December 26, 2003, at Fireside Nursing Home in Fort Worth. The Rev. Herb Bridgewater will officiate.
The daughter of Adrian Eugene and Mary Elizabeth Seale Bachman, she was born Thursday, July 17, 1907, in Acworth, Red River County, Texas.
She began teaching in Ada prior to World War II. During World War II, she worked a mechanical illustrator for Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp. After World War II, she returned to teaching in Fort Worth where she retired in 1972, after 45 years.
She was of the Methodist faith.
Preceding her in death were her parents and her sister, Mary Jewel Grey.
Survivors include sisters, Vera Cellia Unruh, Fort Worth; nieces, Janel Kirn and husband Bill, Minneapolis, Kansas, Mary Beth Linden and husband Ernie, Phoenix, Arizona, Shelby Whiteley, Fort Worth; great-nephew John Kirn and great-niece Jill Harpster and husband Doug, all of Salina, Kansas, great-nephews Bret Whiteley and wife Ruie, David Whiteley and wife Jane, all of Fort Worth; special friends Ed and Irmal Hannchild, Ada, and their children Jane and Edwina Hannchild, Ada; great-great nieces and nephews Kirsten and Camden Whiteley and Alexandria and Conrad Whiteley, all of Fort Worth.
Burial will be in Highland Cemetery.
Condolences may be sent to the family at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dalton-Holmes Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
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