Lucille Gracia Ireland

d. February 27, 2008

LINCOLN AND LARGO, FL - Lucille Gracia Ireland, 70, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008, after 23 years with Multiple Sclerosis. Lucy was born in Brownville Junction, the daughter of Archie and Ada Farrar. Lucy worked for Penquis Cap as a health aide; she also drove school bus for MSAD No. 67 for many years. She was a member of Rainbow as a young girl and later on, a member of Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 112, Lincoln. Lucy loved life and lived it to the fullest, thoroughly enjoying her friends and family. To know Lucy was to love her and her sharp sense of wit. She was a very outgoing person and never met a stranger who did not become a friend. She loved to play poker and to go to bingo. She left this world in a whisper, but entered heaven with a shout. And is most likely using her most persuasive gifts to coax the angels into just one more quick game of poker. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Calvin; children, Sherri; Calvin Jr. "Bill" and wife, Tina, and son, Calvin William III "Billy"; Paula and her partner, Brian Colbeth, and children, Lucy's granddaughter, her pride and joy, Farrar Lynn, and her partner, Mike Kelley, and their children, Brayden Charles and Addyson Gracia and Paula's son, Kobe Charles; Roger and Michelle and their children, Dustin Roger and Devin Vernon; stepchildren, David and wife, Rose, and children, David, Randy, Jerry, Philip, Mark and Rebecca; Deb and husband, Mike Knights, and children, Jackie and Jamie; Danny and fiance, Angel Torrey, and children, Mike and Danielle; several great-grandchildren; her brothers, Kendall and wife, Noella, Charles, Leon and Barbie, Vaughn and Cookie, Ralph and Thelma, Bert and Sue, and Walter and Deanna; her beloved nieces and nephews; and brother-in-law, Murdo McDonald. Lucy was predeceased by her sister, Carolyn. A graveside service will be announced at a later date. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to make a contribution to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. If you would like to leave your condolences, please visit

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