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Condolences for Joan S. O'Toole (Doebley)

Rita VienazindisThursday, January 28th

It was a pleasure to have known Joan over the years. May you rest in peace,

Patty O’TooleFriday, January 29th

You are still the “Queen”!
I love and miss you so much Mom!

Patty (aka Mary)

Millie and Bob PalermoFriday, January 29th

Our condolences on the passing of Mrs O. It was a pleasure knowing her and keeping her supplied with JuJu beans.

Kay KaiserFriday, January 29th

Beautiful Joan, you will be missed by so many. Rest in piece. Love you

Mary SundermeierFriday, January 29th

Love you Joan!

Janie GallagherFriday, January 29th

I love you Aunt Joan!! Thanks for all the times you visited Tn. You will be missed by us all!!

Heather, Bob, Robert and Christopher CaffeyFriday, January 29th

Aunt Joan was a wonderful lady. She will be be truly missed.

Aimee and Drew KesslerSaturday, January 30th

So sorry for your family’s loss. She was a special lady that touched our lives by seeing her so lovingly cared for.

Alicia KrempTuesday, February 2nd

Aunt Joan, you were my girl. Hard to find the right words to grieve your absence. Always made me laugh, always remembered my name, always held my hand, always told me how it is, always chasing after all my young love boyfriends & then always trying to steal my husband.
I hope the heavens are ready for you! You will be one beautiful unique angel! Watch over all of us, have fun dancing with Uncle Harry, & send Patty all of your smart a$# signs to let her know you are always with her! Until we meet again rockstar! Love you so much.
Love You Always, Alicia, Chad, Amazing Max, & Myla Rose Xoxo

Joan PacittiMonday, April 5th

I know that you and my brother Harry are both in Heaven along with other family members. You're probably organizing a picnic which you did regularly and seemed to always make everyone happy. I loved the picnics that were at your home in Croydon as well as North Wales.
So many great memories. I will miss you very much.

Your sister-in-law Joanie

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