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February 27 , 1947 - October 06 , 2021

Irene Kanalos
Irene Kanalos
1947 - 2021


Sunday, October 10, 2021
2:00 ~ 8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Monday, October 11, 2021
mass 11:00 AM
instate 10:00 AM
Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church


Memorial Contributions may be made to the Smile Train or the American Cancer Society


KANALOS, Irene, age 74, of Huron Township, October 06, 2021. Beloved wife of Louis Robert Kanalos. Loving mother of Heather Mathieu, Kimberly (Dominick) Mento and Jean (Marty) Herbison. Dearest grandmother of Joshua Mathieu, Mersadeez Mento, McCenzie Mento, Quinn Herbison and Aubyn Herbison. She is also survived by her siblings Elizabeth (Skip) Culp, Robert (Janice) Harvey and her niece Allison (Travis) Waswick. Irene was a lifelong member of the Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Jean Harvey. Her cremation will take place at “The Witness Crematory” located inside of Michigan Memorial Funeral Home.


A beautiful soul gone way too soon. You were a true light in the world. Rest peacefully. Heather McInally

Irene was a shining star. Beautiful person, wife, mother, sister, grandmother and friend. She was a fine lady with a great sense of humor. She will be greatly missed by many. Enjoy Heaven Irene❤️ Anita & Victor Bonora

A truly lovely person. I always enjoyed talking to Irene when I would occasionally stop by to see my 'brother' Lou. She was an incredibly talented collector and interior designer. Roger Cook

Sending our deepest heartfelt sympathies and condolences Our Prayers are continuous. The Woodall's . Woodall Family

Dear Louis kanalos and family, It is with a heavy heart and prayers hearing your precious Irene is in the hands of the Loord. please know that I share in your great memories, that will always live own in my heart. My God comfort you and hold you close My deepest sympathy. Pat Johnson Pat Johnson

Long time dear friend. Did not see Irene in years, but thought of her and her family often, grew up next door to her. I especially think about her at Halloween, back in late 50' Halloween was a great time for kids and we would laugh so much, Irene was always funny. Will miss you friend. R I P Linda Picklo