Irene Agnes (Martin) Cook, age 93, died on November 1, in Clearwater FL, at the Belleaire Healthcare facility, with her son Bob at her side. Irene was born in Providence, Rhode Island, the youngest of 12 children. During WWII, she met her husband, Carlton, while he was stationed in Rhode Island, and they moved to Augusta, Michigan. She managed the home and family, while Carlton and his dad built a big dairy barn that would later become The Barn Theater. The house that the family lived in on that property is now The Rehearsal Shed . In the 1970's, when their boys were grown, Carlton and Irene became "snowbirds", and in the 80's they moved to Florida full time. Irene was a kind, cheerful, and outgoing woman. She was a bowler, a card player, and volunteer at her Community Center, even in her 90's. She never sat still! She made blankets for homeless people, crocheted afghans for veterans' home residents, and hats & blankets for babies. Irene always had a smile on her face and valued her many friends. Her husband Carlton died in 2005. Irene is survived by her sons Carlton Jr. (of Oklahoma), and Robert M. Cook (wife Paula) of Hickory Corners, 6 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and, tons and tons of friends! A service will be scheduled at a later date. Irene's kindness and zest for life touched everyone around her. She brought a smile to the faces of those around her and she will be greatly missed.