INIPASTI.COM, JAKARTA – Actress Ade Irawan has been gone forever on Friday (1/17/2020) afternoon at Fatmawati Hospital.
He died of heart and lung complications.
Now, the body of the 82-year-old actress is being buried in a funeral home, in the Lebak Bulus area, South Jakarta.
A number of mourners also continued to arrive to send prayers and sorrow over the departure of Ade.
The plan, the body of the movie player ‘A Man Called Ahok’ will be buried on Saturday (1/18/2020) morning.
"The funeral tomorrow at 10:00 WIB, Block A or AA, I forget, in Tanah Kusir. It is likely that he will be buried the same as the grave of my deceased father (Bambang Irawan), piled up, "said one of Ade Irawan's children, Ade Bambang Irawan, at the funeral home.
The man who was called Abi Irawan said that the funeral of Ade was a grave with her late husband, Bambang Irawan, was his request.
"Mother's order indeed. So yesterday why wasn't Ria piled up with you, it's because she asked to be piled up there, ‘Don't stack it. That rations mother ’. So said mother, "he said.
As quoted from Kumparan.Com, Ade Irawan first entered the world of entertainment in 1964. At that time, he became a extras in the film 'On the Threshold of Fadjar' which was produced by Bambang, her husband.
Ade started to get the main role since playing in the film 'Tjinta in Udjung Tahun' (1965).
In addition to playing films, Ade is also active in writing screenplays, namely 'Dawn Breaking' and 'Compassion'.
After completing 'Dawn of Dawn' (1975), the Agora film company founded by her husband went bankrupt. Shortly thereafter, Bambang fell ill and died in 1979.
Meanwhile, Ade Irawan has a history of heart disease 30 years ago. He was also hospitalized for lung disease in 2019.
Previously, one of Ade's children, Ria Irawan, died on January 6 at the age of 50 years. Ria died of cancer. He was buried in TPU Tanah Kusir, South Jakarta (syakhruddin)