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Iris June Martin
May 31, 1927-April 6, 2015
Pleasanton, California
From Carolyn McManus
Aug. 4, 2016

Nana will always be in my heart and soul! Her loving kindness, compassion and gentle touch, to know her was to adore her! Not a day goes by that we are not reminded of the delicate balance of unconditional love and incredible strength and wisdom that was the core of her being. Truly exceptional in every way, I am blessed to have had the best Nana a girl could wish for!

From David Mallory
July 18, 2015

Iris was a really sweet mother to all of her children. Iris was very kind to me. I will always rember her. Oh she lover watching tennis. Truly a really great woman. Love, David

From Laurie Anderson
May 9, 2015

Mrs. Martin was so nice and very special to me. When I moved to Pleasanton I was in 3rd grade and became best friends with Carolyn. Carolyn, your mother was so nice always making us breakfast and taking us to different activities. She made an impact on my life and its my prayer that as she went to be with God in heaven, that she went peacefully.

From Eileen Sullins
May 9, 2015

To Carolyn and Mark, the love, the support, your kindness and care of her in her last days was truly remarkable, you allowed her to pass with dignity and the respect she so wonderfully she deserved, her love is always with you and the kids and nothing will ever change that, you have our love and friendship always, may your mom always shine down on you from heaven, we love you all so much, friends forever

From barbara
April 28, 2015

My deepest sympathy to the family. I enjoyed playing poker at the center and had the pleasure of having her attend our many ladies birthday luncheons:-) A real "classy" lady! I loved to hear her talk about her growing up and I loved ALL THOSE APPLES from her garden:-) She will forever be in my heart.


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