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Gerald L. IrvineIRVINE Gerald L. of Anderson Twp., Age 76. Beloved husband of 51 years to Joan M. (nee Ouzts) Irvine. Loving father of Brian (Jennifer) Irvine and Shannon (John Jr.) Lusk. Dear brother of Janice (Don) Fischer. Grandfather of Gretchen and Reagan Watkins and Matthew Irvine. Gerald was born July 3, 1939 in Science Hill, Ky. to Orvis and Mintie VanHook Irvine. He taught math for the Greenhills School District for 30 years before his retirement. He enjoyed sports especially cheering on UK. The family will receive friends 10 AM Monday, December 28, 2015 until 12 Noon Service at the Moore Family Funeral Home Newtown following visitation.
Shannon and Brain, I hope this late note gets to you. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. i enjoyed working with Jerry at GHS and especially playing many rounds of golf with him. take care Dwight and Susan Portman
Dwight Portman Jan 16 2016 10:38 AM
Mr. Irvine was a very influential person to me and I learned a lot of things in life by his dedication and work ethic. He will be truly missed and I am glad that I had a chance to play sports for him. Randy Reynolds
randy reynolds Dec 28 2015 8:36 AM
I wish to express my condolence to Joan, Brian, and Shannon and their families for the passing of Gerald Irvine. I was one of Irvine's fellow students at STBHS. During that time, he was known by several names...Gerald, Red, Jerry, and Irvine. I always think of him as Irvine because our math and science teacher always referred to the boys in the class by their last names, thus Irvine. I remember that Irvine had an amusing "sense of humor". When Irvine began teaching at GH Schools, Joan and he settled in Greenhills to raise Brian and Shannon there. It was my pleasure to teach art to Brian and Shannon at BW Elementary School. My thought go out to all of you. Phyllis Tabor
Phyllis Tabor Dec 27 2015 6:58 PM
Coach Irvine had such a positive impact on my life. He cared about me as much as a coach could during some difficult times in my life. He taught me so many valuable lessons that I still use to this very day. I know that he is a part of all of my life accomplishments. I want to express my deepest sympathy to Joan and his entire family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Jim Reynolds
Jim Reynolds Dec 24 2015 2:37 PM