CARLISLE, IRENE - Washington County, Arkansas | IRENE CARLISLE - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

Irene CARLISLE

Farmington Cemetery
Washington County,
Arkansas

Jack:
Sept 17, 1905
Apr 2, 1970

Irene:
May 24, 1908
Mar 4, 2006
Died CA
A former teacher at Springdale High School
She was a frequently published poet, and wrote about her experience as a WW II ship welder in "The Welder", originally published in the Saturday Evening Post on 2000. Her poem was featured at the dedication of the Rosie the Riveter National memorial

"Bold, tender and true, and my loving companion."

Contributed on 4/26/09 by reachdebbie
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Record #: 184207

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Submitted: 4/26/09 • Approved: 4/28/09 • Last Updated: 7/28/12 • R184207-G184206-S3

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