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MAHN Family Funeral Home and Cremation Services

209 1st Avenue Northeast
Pine Island, MN 55963
(507) 356-4620
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Irene E. (Verostick) Courtney

Monday, September 26, 2016

Verostick. Irene graduated from Catasauqua High School and then earned her RN from Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown.Irene was a U.S. Army veteran, having served as a 1st Lieutenant in the Philippine Islands during the closing months of World War II.Following her return to civilian life, Irene fell in love with and married Edward B. Courtney, Sr. in 1950. The family, which would eventually include a raucous brood of seven girls and one boy, would move to Sellersville in 1957.For more than 50 years, Mrs. Courtney was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church, Sellersville, where she was involved with the Mothers’ Guild when her children were young.All of the children were raised with love to be free thinking individuals with a clear recognition of their unique gifts and idiosyncrasies.A woman of great generosity, humor, and kindness, Irene became the “neighborhood nurse,” caring for every child or adult who needed comfort, care, and acceptance. Always curious about the world, she was a lifetime reader and learner and music lover.Irene’s outlook on life is reflected in the closing lines of “Comes the Dawn,” her favorite poem, “And you learn and learn ... and you learn / with every goodbye you learn.”Mrs. Courtney is survived by her sister, Margaret Verostick, of Whitehall; eight children, Anna Sue Courtney, of Huntsville, AL; Eileen Candrella and her husband, Joseph, of Center Valley; Margaret Crott and her husband, Raymond, of Wilmington, NC; Geraldine Mulloy, of Quake...

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Irene E. (Verostick) Courtney

Monday, September 26, 2016

Verostick. Irene graduated from Catasauqua High School and then earned her RN from Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown.Irene was a U.S. Army veteran, having served as a 1st Lieutenant in the Philippine Islands during the closing months of World War II.Following her return to civilian life, Irene fell in love with and married Edward B. Courtney, Sr. in 1950. The family, which would eventually include a raucous brood of seven girls and one boy, would move to Sellersville in 1957.For more than 50 years, Mrs. Courtney was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church, Sellersville, where she was involved with the Mothers’ Guild when her children were young.All of the children were raised with love to be free thinking individuals with a clear recognition of their unique gifts and idiosyncrasies.A woman of great generosity, humor, and kindness, Irene became the “neighborhood nurse,” caring for every child or adult who needed comfort, care, and acceptance. Always curious about the world, she was a lifetime reader and learner and music lover.Irene’s outlook on life is reflected in the closing lines of “Comes the Dawn,” her favorite poem, “And you learn and learn ... and you learn / with every goodbye you learn.”Mrs. Courtney is survived by her sister, Margaret Verostick, of Whitehall; eight children, Anna Sue Courtney, of Huntsville, AL; Eileen Candrella and her husband, Joseph, of Center Valley; Margaret Crott and her husband, Raymond, of Wilmington, NC; Geraldine Mulloy, of Quake...