Joan McCue

Born: Thu., Mar. 7, 1935
Died: Mon., Jul. 28, 2014


Visitation

3:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Thu., Jul. 31, 2014
Location: Kosary Funeral Home


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Fri., Aug. 01, 2014
Location: Kosary Funeral Home


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Marion Warner and Kathy Bishop
   Posted Tue July 29, 2014
We wish we could be there for you Joanie. We loved you so much and missed you every day. Healthwise it isn't possible for Mom to come up. I don't know if I'm doing this right, but I know she knows how much we all loved her. We are family, but her other family members need to know how sorry we are that we lost her. Sis and Kathy

MARY BECKER
   Posted Thu July 31, 2014
Joanie....you are loved and you shall be missed. I for one will always remember your smile and the kindness you showed me. I wish I could be there tonight for a "proper" goodbye however it is just not possible. Tell Jim "hi" from me. The Moose has now suffered a double loss with out you both here. Make the Moose Home in heaven a great place!

hugs

Mary

Michael A. Rice
   Posted Thu July 31, 2014
Joanie, I think back to the time you taught me how to Polka at "The Idle Hour" when nobody else could get me to dance, all the family gatherings, and the fun we had together! RIP Joanie, you will be missed tremendously!

Diane Mosley
   Posted Thu July 31, 2014
I'll never forget the time that Joan and Fran Rice were hiding under cabin 22 and Cindy and I and a bunch of other kids were trying to find them. How they fit under that cabin I still don't know. So much fun Joan was. Remember that snicker. She and Jim were always so willing to share their gifts - -always. Think of all those years they hauled that ski boat up North and endlessly pulled kids on skis. Stumpy and Joan will be missed but I know they are both home now and together (and dancing an Irish jig with Chuck and Joan Noetzel and all the crew that has gone before us from Idle Hour - - Charlie with his Manhattan and Joan with her Pepsi). I love you Joan!

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