Lori Ann Irvin, age 47, of Mims, Florida passed away on Friday, July 5, 2019 at her home. A native of Somerset County, PA she came to the area in 1984 from Shanksville, PA. Lori loved to play pool and was a member and President of the Titusville Women's Pool League for many years. She loved being with her family and cooking for them as well as being with all her friends and those who would be friends. She spent her leisure time needle pointing, and also enjoyed boating and fishing. She had a special piece of property in Alaska and enjoyed getting away and spending as much time there as she could. She had been a member of the Women of The Moose Chapter 1485. She also enjoyed gambling and cruising. She attended Life Point Ministries and had retired from the US Post Office where she had been a well known and well liked Postal Carrier in the Mims area. One of her biggest accomplishments was when she completed her AA degree from the Eastern Florida State College, which she accomplished while maintaining a full time job and taking care of her family. Lori was also one of those "die-hard" fans when it came to her Pittsburgh Steelers. When a Steelers game came on, everything stopped! She also had a special relationship with her grandson.
Lori had been very involved and one of the leaders in the battle to preserve and save the Bear Bluff.
Survivors include her husband: Michael Kyle, Sr.; sons: Josh (Heather) Clark of Mims, stepsons: Jake Clark of Mims, Michael Kyle, Jr (Summer Crawford) of Mims; stepdaughter: Krista (Garrett) Register of Mims; mother: Linda Atcher of Port St John; grandmother: Tillie Kimmel of Stoystown, PA; sisters: Lisa (Jason) Wiley of Westminster, MD, Jodi (Charles Smith) Conn; stepbrother: Jacob (Shenea) Atcher of Ingleside, TX; and one grandson: Tanner Lee Clark.
There will be a memorial service to celebrate and honor Lori's life on Wednesday, (7/10) at 3:00 PM in the Newcomer Cremations, Funerals, & Receptions funeral chapel, Titusville. The family and friends will gather for a meal at the Titusville Moose Lodge, US 1, Mims following the service.
For friends who wish, the family suggests memorial donations to the American Cancer Society for Sarcoma Research.
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