- 70 years old
- Date of birth: January 12th, 1946
- Place of birth:
Corning, New York
- Date of passing: January 29th, 2016
- Place of passing:
Sunnyvale, California, United States
Noanie, Still so hard to believe. Dick and I will be at your service. You and I were more sisters, than cousins. I will always love and miss you. love Gale
Not a day goes by without my thinking about Joanie. You will always have a special place in my heart. I will always love and miss you also! Your spirit surrounds me and I am comforted by that.
Remembering you Joanie the"Cuz" with joy and thanksgiving to have been lucky enough to have shared many happy moments with you through the years. You will be missed, your joy, and zest for living will forever be remembered and missed by all of us who loved you. Rest in peace.
Joanie, every time I hear your name I smile. You always smiled and had a giggle that was contagious. I also remember the hamburger we got after Andy Capp's. Love and blessings on you and your family and loving friends. We will miss your gentle nature and love for others. Till another time, peace for you and yours.. Gerrie
My dear friend Joan, you have been a light and joy in my life ever since we became friends at Holy Spirit. I will miss you and the fun we had together, long lunches, visiting whatever art and wine festival was going on, teas, Christmas gatherings, shopping at Gloria's. I know you are now among the saints and a prayer partner still. Love you!
Joan was such an amazing friend and my life has been blessed beyond words to have known her, prayed with her, and walked with her on life's journey. I was honored to be her priest and friend and I will miss her but rejoice in the reality that she is in God's hands who has raised her to new life.
The Rev. Dr. Michael Ferrito
We met Joanie here in our neighborhood through our dogs. How we miss her infectious smile, warm and engaging personality and especially her fiery spirit! Joanie was a wonderful dear friend and we miss her terribly. We know her faith was strong and she is getting things a bit more organized in Heaven...rest in peace Joanie, we love you from The Mulcahys
Joanie and I were friends for only a couple of years but I miss seeing her walk past my house with Teddy and then Bella. My husband and I were invited to a Christmas party two years ago at her house and it was lovely. Life is so unfair; cancer is such an awful disease. Ciao friend.
Love, Carol and Steve
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