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Ira Waldren Meadows
  • February 23, 1935
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  • April 28, 2014

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Ira Waldren Meadows, 79, of Winter Springs, Florida passed away April 28, 2014 at Florida Hospital, Orlando. Ira was a building contractor for many years. He served his country with the U. S. Marine Corps. He was a member of the Orange Lodge #36 AF & AM in Apopka. He was a member of Zion Hill Baptist Church in Cordele, GA. He is survived by his loving wife Phyllis Meadows, four children Donna (Greg) Dornes of Richmond, Kansas, Marla (Mike) Darwin, of Winter Springs, Michael (Susan) Meadows, of Tampa, Larry (Lori) Meadows of Minneapolis and St. Petersurg, Florida. Eight grandchildren Bill (Missy) Rosenfeld, Bob and Brad Rosenfeld, Matthew (Jen) Darwin, Anna (Scott) Ware, Sean Meadows, AJ Meadows and Keaton (Sarah) Meadows, three great grandchildren Dalton, Brittany, and Madison.

A Memorial Service will be at First Baptist Church of Lake Monroe; 691 Monroe Road.  Sanford FL 32771 at 1:00 PM on Saturday May 3, 2014






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  1. 02 May 2014
    Debbie Johnson says:
    Heaven is excited! Papa Leb, Mae and Little Leb are rejoicing! Frank and Snookie have joined them. There is more family on the other side. But know
    I think of all of you often and have you in my prayers. I love ya, Debbie

  2. 01 May 2014
    Emilee Rister says:
    You blessed my life by giving me the best friend anyone could ever have, Marla. I always had so much respect for you. Thank you for being a positive influence in so many lives including mine.

  3. 01 May 2014
    Tammy and Joey Saxon says:
    Phyllis and family- I'm so sorry for your loss. Mr. Ira was a dear friend who will be greatly missed. Heaven surely has gained another angel. May God bless each of you during this very difficult time. Momma Phyllis you know I love you dearly. Love Tammy and Joey

  4. 01 May 2014
    Melody Gerger says:
    Sir, Mr. Meadows, Sir. I only knew you vicariously through Marla, my co-worker and friend. I laughed at her stories and cried with her through your last couple of rough weeks. One thing that I am confident about is that Marla loved and respected you dearly and know she and all of your loved ones will feel an immense void in their lives. I am also certain it gives them great comfort knowing that you are at peace with our Heavenly Father.

  5. 01 May 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Ira and Phyllis Meadows 60th Anniversary
    Ira and Phyllis Meadows 60th Anniversary

  6. 01 May 2014
    Somebody posted an image:
    Dad Tending the Fire
    Dad Tending the Fire

  7. 30 Apr 2014
    Marla Meadows Darwin says:
    Dad, You have always been one of the biggest influences of my life. You taught me that if a job is worth doing it is worth doing right. You taught me to be fair, be honest. That all you have is your word, your word is your bond. You taught me respect of myself and of others. For all the lessons taught and learned I truly thank you. Most of all I thank you for this last year of your life you and Mom, Mike and I learned to share a home together. It has given me memories that I will add to so many others and cherish forever. I love you,

  8. 30 Apr 2014
    Anna Ware says:
    Granddad,
    Our family suffered a great loss, when we lost you. You will be missed greatly and I will always remember these words you have always told me, "You be sweet"
    Miss you and I love you!
    Miss Anna

  9. 30 Apr 2014
    Larry Meadows says:
    Dad - you were strict, tough and caring. You loved me enough to discipline me and train me. You also chose me - even though the state may say you adopted me, there was never any doubt that you were my dad and I was your son. Because of you, I learned to love, I learned commitment, I learned to value. I will miss you and miss not being able to call you; but I know you are in no more pain and waiting for all of us to join you one day. Thank you dad for teaching me to be a man.

    I love you

    Larry