Audrie N. Griffin

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Audrie Neola Griffin, age 79, of New Hampton, Iowa, passed away on Monday, October 28, 2013, at New Hampton Nursing and Rehab Center. Audrie Neola Griffin was born on November 11, 1933, in Chicago, Illinois, to Ramon and Christine Bransky. Audrie was employed at Chicago Trust & Savings Bank and later by Ridgemoor Country Club as an executive secretary until she retired in 1992. On January 1, 1968, Audrie was united in marriage to Eugene Griffin of Chicago, Illinois, formerly of Lawler, Iowa. Audrie and Gene lived in the Chicago area until they retired to Sun City, Arizona, in 1993. Audrie later entered New Hampton Nursing and Rehab Center in December 2005. She is survived by her sister in law, Shirley Murray of New Hampton, and nieces and nephews. Audrie was preceded in death by her parents and husband, Gene, in 2002. Graveside services are pending.

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  1. Dear Shirley: I just read that you have a great loss of your sister-in-law. You have been a very faithful angel and caregiver for her for all these years. You have blessed her life. I will be thinking of you and your family. Sharon

  2. Shirley, so sorry for your loss. Audry was such a wonderful woman. She was so lucky to have you in her life.

    Thoughts and Prayers,
    Tisha Morris

  3. Shirley, sorry to hear of Audry’s passing. You were so good to her and she was lucky to have you close.
    Barb Havlik

  4. Shirley: Sorry to hear of Audrey’s passing. She was lucky to have you to care for her all of these years. May she now rest in peace and enjoy being with Gene again. God Bless you for your goodness.
    Mary Wegner

  5. Hi Shirley- I am so sorry to hear of Audrie’s passing. Take comfort in knowing that she is now in complete peace. She was so lucky to have you in her life; you were an absolute blessing to her. I will hold you close in thought and prayer. Love to you- Nancy Cuvelier

  6. Please accept our sincere condolences. May the words quoted from this song bring you a measure of comfort as it did for us.
    ”If a man should die, can he live again?
    Hear the promise God has made:
    He will call; The dead will answer.
    They shall live at his command.
    For he will have a longing
    For the work of his own hand.
    So have faith, and do not wonder,
    For our God can make us stand.
    And we shall live forever,
    As the work of his own hand ”(Job 14:13-15)

  7. Shirley, my sympathy and prayers to you. You were a wonderful support to Audrie. I enjoyed visiting with you when my dad was right across the hall from Audie. Thinking of you. Elaine Reicks

  8. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Audry was so lucky to have a sister in law that was such a kind and caring person. God bless you Always. The Blue Iris Girls

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