SALEM — Irene Halverstadt, 83, handed away Sunday, Aug. 21, 2022, at her residence, surrounded by her loving household.
She was born in Salem, on Oct. 31, 1938, the daughter of the late L. Everett and Hazel Kennedy Corridor.
Irene was a 1956 graduate of Salem Excessive Faculty and obtained a bachelor’s diploma in training from Kent State College. She labored as a instructor for youngsters with studying disabilities till she obtained her grasp’s diploma in social work from Youngstown State College. She labored as a social employee for Mahoning County, retiring from Woodside Hospital after greater than 20 years of service.
Irene was a member of Salem First United Methodist Church and was concerned in lots of actions. In her free time she was an avid supporter of serving to these in want, particularly these with psychological well being points. She was a member of the Nationwide Alliance on Psychological Sickness (NAMI), serving as a category chief for “households in contact,” and was additionally chosen as a county consultant to the NAMI Annual Conference. Irene was additionally a proud supporter of PBS Western Reserve and Deliberate Parenthood.
Survivors embody her kids, Marsha (Timothy) Berger, David Halverstadt, Charles (Lynne) Halverstadt and Cheryl (Brad) Dailey; 12 grandchildren, Jadey (PJ) Gilmore, Janna Berger, Tyler Berger, Jeremy (Denise) Halverstadt, Daniel (Megan) Halverstadt, Sarah (Larry) Rust, Zach (Margaret) Halverstadt, Bradley (Jamie) Dailey, Robert (Emily Peters) Dailey, Briana (Shawn Stephens) Dailey, Krissy (Ron Cappitte) Sipus and Dave (Jenna) Sipus; 22 great-grandchildren, Everett Gilmore, Abram Gilmore, Xavier Halverstadt, Madelyn Halverstadt, Elliot Stewart, Connor Halverstadt, Maisie Halverstadt, Claire Rust, Alexis Rust, Eliana Rust, Lara Rust, Zach Halverstadt Jr., Ezekiel Halverstadt, Elijah Halverstadt, Jayvon Sipus, Allissa Sipus, Isaac Sipus, Dave Sipus, Gavin Sipus, Bradley James (Madelyn) Dailey, Filson Dailey and Zella Dailey; a great-great-grandchild, Elizabeth Dailey, and one on the way in which. She can be survived by two siblings, Lawrence (Fran) Corridor and Carol (William) Cox.
Apart from her mother and father, she was preceded in dying by an toddler son, Paul Everett Halverstadt; her former husband, Roderick Halverstadt; and three siblings, Walter Corridor, Eileen Kerestes and Robert Corridor.
A funeral service will likely be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022, at Brown Funeral House in Salem, with Pastor Byron Bufkin officiating. A time of visitation will likely be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday on the funeral residence, two hours previous to the service. Burial will happen in Hope Cemetery in Salem.
Preparations have been entrusted to Brown Funeral House, Salem, 330-337-6363. Family and friends could signal the visitor register, ship condolences and watch a stay stream of Irene’s service at www.brown
fhonline.com (please comply with the hyperlink beneath her tribute web page).