I hope that when you remember Joann,
you don’t think of her this way.
Instead remember the good times you had,
Or the funny thins she’d say.
Remember her in springtime.
How she loved the fragrant breeze.
Remember her in summer,
As the sunshine kissed her cheeks.
Remember her in autumn,
How she loved the turning leaves.
Remember her in winter
Watching snowflakes drift in the breeze.
But although Joann surely loved these things,
Remember she loved you all more,
And don’t lose heart because we’ll see her again,
When we all reach that distant shore.
May 23, 1956 to May 26, 2016
Pre-deceased by her parents, sister Leann, bother Hank, and husband Dave.
Will be remembered by daughter Carmen, grandchildren Paeton and Luca.
Sister Mary (Ed), brothers Ernie (Marilyn), Keith (Wilma), and
Casey, and many other family and friends.