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Joan Toner
Date of Death: March 6, 2014
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Joan M. Toner, loving wife, mother and sister, adored nana, beloved aunt, devoted friend, and dedicated servant of God, passed peacefully to join the angels and stars in heaven on March 6th after a brief illness. Joanie’s deep faith, caring spirit and enormous sense of fun brought boundless comfort and unending joy to countless lives.…

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The Klarmann Family left a message on March 7, 2014:
Our prayers are with your family at this time. We will miss not seeing Joanie walking through our back yard going to church or to be able to look out the window and see her in the front yard and get a friendly wave from Joanie. She was a great friend and neighbor and we will miss her deeply. God has a very special angel with him now. Ann and Mille Klarmann
Beltran family left a message on March 14, 2014:
Our heartfelt condolences to Joan's family. We are sadden to hear of your loss. May you find solace in the love and memories shared together and may God comfort you with the words at Revelation 21:4,5. Happily we can look forward to the day God promises to reunite us with loved ones by the resurrection as stated at John 5:28,29. May this thought bring you some comfort in the days ahead.
Eliana Torretta left a message on March 12, 2014:
Dear Pat, My thoughts are with you and your large family. I can see your mother smiling at all of you... Love, Eliana
Orazio left a message on March 11, 2014:
feel me close to you in this tough time Orazio
Francesco Ilgrande left a message on March 10, 2014:
Dear Pat, I'm very sorry about your loss and I am with you in your sorrow. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. Francesco
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Dennis Farrell left a message on March 9, 2014:
Though I only met her once or twice I know that she must have been a special woman to produce a daughter with as amany special qualities as her daughter Susan. May she rest in peace.
Dennis Farrell left a message on March 9, 2014:
She must have been a special woman to produce a daughter with as many special qualities as her daughter Susan. May she rest in peace.
Dennis Farrell left a message on March 9, 2014:
She must have been a special woman to produce a daughter with as many special qualities as her daughter Susan. May she rest in peace.
Bernadette Catalana left a message on March 9, 2014:
Always smiling. Always sweet. What a lovely woman. "Mrs Toner" was so generous and gentle with everyone. My favorite story is of her praying with the "beautiful movie stars" in Washington D C! Mrs Toner made everyone feel special, including me. Every time I saw her she would compare me to a noteworthy person - making me know I was a noteworthy person to her. She was so kind and always found good in each situation, even those most dire. She and Mr Toner were quite different but perfectly suited to each other. And perfectly suited to lead their family in the ways of love. I am so grateful for Jim and Joan Toner-- Exemplars of great parenting and good lives, lived for others.
Bernadette Catalana left a message on March 9, 2014:
Always smiling. Always sweet. What a lovely woman. "Mrs Toner" was so generous and gentle with everyone. My favorite story is of her praying with the "beautiful movie stars" in Washington D C! Mrs Toner made everyone feel special, including me. Every time I saw her she would compare me to a noteworthy person - making me know I was a noteworthy person to her. She was so kind and always found good in each situation, even those most dire. She and Mr Toner were quite different but perfectly suited to each other. And perfectly suited to lead their family in the ways of love. I am so grateful for Jim and Joan Toner-- Exemplars of great parenting and good lives, lived in the service of others. > ______________________________________________________________________
Bernadette Catalana left a message on March 9, 2014:
Always smiling. Always sweet. What a lovely woman. "Mrs Toner" was so generous and gentle with everyone. My favorite story is of her praying with the "beautiful movie stars" in Washington D C! Mrs Toner made everyone feel special, including me. Every time I saw her she would compare me to a noteworthy person - making me know I was a noteworthy person to her. She was so kind and always found good in each situation, even those most dire. She and Mr Toner were quite different but perfectly suited to each other. And perfectly suited to lead their family in the ways of love. I am so grateful for Jim and Joan Toner-- Exemplars of great parenting and good lives, lived in the service of others. > ______________________________________________________________________
Lisa Laney left a message on March 8, 2014:
Knowing her lovely daughter Pat I can only guess she was an amazing women and loved by many. She leaves behind a legacy of loving children and friends. We send our love to Pat and the Toner family. I am blessed to have a friend from this family. Love and deepest sympathy, From Lisa and Radford Laney
Margie Naro Suchyta left a message on March 8, 2014:
Heaven is rejoicing after receiving Joan Toner home. I have never met a more sweet, gentle caring soul in my life. I will always remember and try to emulate her joy in all things. My love to all the Toner family. I will miss my Joanie hugs! Margie Naro
Susan Stern left a message on March 8, 2014:
I was able to enjoy several days with Joan and entire Toner family this past January. Joan was so happy and full of life. We all had so many laughs and created beautiful memories. The Toner family is so lucky to have had such a wonderful matriarch. I am lucky to have known her. My thoughts and prayers are with the Toner family as I know Joan will be missed. Rest in Peace.
Andrea Taggart left a message on March 8, 2014:
I hardly know where to begin. Mrs. Toner was like a second mother to me. Even with seven of her own children, she never hesitated to set an extra place at dinner for me after I made the long hike from Larch Circle to Kemp Drive (which seemed like miles back then.) When it came time for me to move to NC in 1979, she was the one who taught me how to spell "Charlotte." She was always so patient, even in the chaos of a pre-teen and teen-age home. Always calm. Always joyful. I loved to have her wrap me in a hug. I wish I could be there to hug all of you now...xoxo Andrea
The Klarmann Family left a message on March 7, 2014:
Your family is in our prayers at this sad time. Joanie will be very missed by us. We will miss seeing her walking though our back yard on her way to church or looking out the front window and seeing Joanie, get a big smile and a wave back. Joanie was a good friend and super neighbor. God certainly has a very special angel with him now. Millie and Ann Klarmann
Patti Pratt left a message on March 14, 2014:
I am missing my VERY best friend, Joanie. She was the most loving friend to me. Anyone who met her, even for a brief moment, was blessed because of the love and warmth she gave to each person. She was trustworthy with anything you told her and she loved unconditionally. To me and many others she was a Saint here on earth giving love and hope to everyone. Life is not the same without her but I do know that she is with me in spirit.
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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