General Information

Full Name: Irina Zaytsev
Date of Death: Saturday, February 17, 2024

Irina Zaytsev, (nee Pyantkovskaya), age 57, of Cresskill, NJ, passed away on Saturday, February 17, 2024.
Beloved wife of Edward. Devoted mother of Fillipp, and Daniel. Cherished daughter of Nonna and the late Edward. Dear daughter-in-law of Boris and Polina Zaytsev.

Service Information

Tuesday, February 20, 2024
1:00 PM

Service At:
Louis Suburban Chapel
13-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

Burial to follow at:
Cedar Park Cemetery
735 Forest Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652

 

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7 Comments

  1. Lena Krupnik ( Khodosh)

    Please accept my deepest condolences to the whole family. Irochka was a gentle soul and will be missed by so many. She was my childhood friend and was the kindest person I have known. May her memory be a blessing. I will miss you my dearest friend. RIP

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  2. Kasieczka

    Goodbye my sweet friend Ireczka
    You’ll. Be missed dearly…

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  3. Russ Semeran

    It’s hard to describe my feelings by words.
    Irina was amazing person. Kind , smart , intelligent and loyal.

    I had a privilege to know her for two decades.

    May God bless her soul.

    My deepest condolences to all relatives.
    Memory of Irina will be always in my heart.

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  4. Galya, Volodya Semeran

    The deepest condolences to Nonna, the whole Zaitsev family. RIP Irochka!🙏🥲🌹

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  5. Carolyn Pingree

    Irina you were one of my best friends. You gave so much. I am so sad you are gone. My world will be a little bit smaller and a little bit darker because of your passing. My heart goes out to your family who must be suffering so. I will remember you always.

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  6. Mary Anne Lenk

    Irina was my dearest friend. I loved everything about her. She was completely genuine, kind, loving, generous and supportive. I admired her deep love for her husband, her sons, her mother and all the other members of her family. I was awed by Irina and Eduard’s courage and that of their families who came from Ukraine to the United States and successfully established full lives here. Irina’s keen intelligence and articulate conversation were inspiring, I never tired of listening to her talk. She also was an attentive listener who truly heard and understood others. Losing her has left a profound void in my life. I pray that her family will find comfort and strength during this terrible time and going forward. I love you, Irina. I will never forget you.

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  7. jane

    Beautiful Ira, I will always remember our crazy bootcamp workouts with Tom. Our talks about life, skin care, cooking. How much you loved your boys and Edick. Rest in peace beautiful Ira. I wish I was in your life to stop you this time.

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