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February 27, 2014
My husband Robert Breunig (Director of the Museum of Northern Arizona) and I hosted Joelle as a guest of MNA in July of 2008. It was a privilege and honor to meet her and learn about her broad interests and many contributions to this world. The Museum is grateful to Joelle for having donated significant items to its Ethnology Collections in the mid-1990s and for leaving MNA a bequest of additional artistic material related to the Colorado Plateau.
October 28, 2013
I met Joelle more than two and a half years ago. I know her as a kind and compassionate woman. Unfortunately I had not seen her for about six months when I leaned that she had died. I know Joelle as loving and caring. I enjoyed the two hours I spent with her every week. Her wisdom was immense, stories about her travels were amazing. Joelle exuded true humanity (UBUNDU). I regret that I did not connect with her the last six months of her life. I am sad she is gone from this physical life. I feel blessed to have known her.
Rehema Hiza, Pelham, MA
September 29, 2013
Joelle and I met in August when I was at Wellspring House in Ashfield on a writing retreat. We had a wonderful conversation over coffee about her work in Guatemala in the 1960s and she told me some fairly amazing stories about some of the people she had known there. I'm so sorry to learn that she died shortly after that meeting. I was looking forward to more conversations! She was very passionate about her experiences in Guatemala, had worked with one of the country's most renowned anthropologists - a radical professor and political organizer of indigenous communities on the southern coast of Guatemala - and retained many strong memories from that period of her life. I will miss her.
September 12, 2013
I only met Joelle recently when she came to a meeting of the Climate Action Group at the Northampton Unitarian Society. I was impressed by her drive and enthusiasm to engage with this cause. She continued networking via email, keeping committee members informed about other climate actions in the valley. I was very sorry to learn of her untimely death.

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