Irene Hart Bolling

Irene Bolling

Irene Hart Bolling, known to friends and family as “Nanny,” passed away peacefully March 10, 2019, at the age of 95.

Irene Settimia born August 28, 1923, to Louis and Josephine Brandonisio in Salineville, Ohio. She was the restaurateur of the Dixie Restaurant in Leesburg, Florida and Supervisor for many years at Tele Service. She married her love David Bolling, who preceded her in death along with her parents, two brothers, a sister, and a grandchild.

Irene loved people and showed affection by cooking for friends and family often sitting down with them around her kitchen table.

Irene is survived by her four children, David Bolling, Sandra Hart-Watkins-Walker, Connie Hart-Clark, and Linda Hart; nine grandchildren, Kimberly Perez (Hernando), Karen McCaffrey, Kelley Thibeault (Stacy), Sonya Brown, Lisa Ottendorf (Paul), Tara Stanley (Charles), RJ Clouse (Maria), Brandi Watkins, Krystal Green (Gerald); 17 great-grandchildren, Madison McCaffery, Miraide McCaffery, Siera Orr (Daniel), Bryan Thibeault, Haley Odiome (Adam), Hanna Holden (Kade), Hunter Brown, Brock Ottendorf, Luke Ottendorf, Hailee Stanley, Robert Clouse, Jeffrey Clouse, Jaden Clouse, Aubrie Lumpiesz, Alissa Lumpiesz, Jordan Green, and Noah Green; five great-great-grandchildren; and her many nephews and nieces.

Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours on Friday, March 15, 2019 at Beyers Funeral Home, 134 N. Hwy US 27/441, Lady Lake, Florida from 1:00-2:00 pm with Funeral Services beginning at 2:00 pm followed by a graveside service where she will be laid to rest beside her husband David Bolling at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, 1901 County Rd 25A Leesburg, FL. Please join us in celebrating her life at 5:00 pm (following the graveside service) at Spruce Creek Clubhouse, 9880 SE 176th St, Summerfield, FL, her community for the last 25 years.

Memorial donations, in memory of Irene, can be made to the Ted and Diane Brandley House Hospice Care Center, 17395 SE 109th Terrace Road, Summerfield, Florida 34491.

Arrangements entrusted to Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Lady Lake, FL.

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