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Aunt Jo was such a sweet lady. I loved watching her and Uncle Ellis. They loved each other so much. She will always have a special place in my heart. I am so sorry for you loss. Love Ken and Tammy (Byall) Sipe
I'm sorry to read about your loss. May you draw close to God in prayer and find comfort in reading his Word.
Aunt Jo was a dear woman who loved our Uncle Ellis and was devoted to him, as well as to her two sons. She had a ready laugh and a warm smile upon each visit. I'm so grateful for my visit last fall when she met our granddaughter, Raney and shared stories of family; it was a warm visit and a typical caring, focused, loving time together. Many warm memories and happy times will surely bless you, Wes; we hope so. Our sympathy and warm hugs reach out to you and to Uncle Ellis and the entire family. Love, Bonnie and Pat and family
Aunt Jo was the sweetest & most dear person. She always expressed her love, had a sweet word for her family, and was a gentle soul. She always had a twinkle in her eye, and as her niece, appreciated the tiniest thing done for her, and said so. I will always carry the memory of her and her beloved Ellis, and how she loved her boys. Family was everything to her, and although she had a deep faith, she expressed it in her love for others; demonstrated true caring. Our lives are richer because of her. Sending condolences to all her family, with a special thanks to Wesley, who gave her many extra years with his love and devotion and loving care. Our love & hopes you will be comforted by her sweet memory, Dino & Michele Adams Michaels