Your Mom was a treasure. Since I've returned to Maumee these past three years she has taught me alot. Loved our conversations especially at Wednesday lunches. So glad to have known her when I was not only a child but also as an adult. She will be missed by many. May your memories bring you through your grief. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
So sorry to hear from Paul about your mother. She put up with a bunch of rowdy teens back in the day! We all spent so much time in the P-Burg home. Best to you all, Lisa Lindsey Smith
I am so very sorry for your family's loss. Your mom was always so kind and had such a lovely and giving nature. I will so miss seeing her around town.
Hello Roe Family...What a loss to lose your mom! Yes I remember sitting around that dining table, and wasn't the dish washer's name Hannah? I LOVED spending the night at your house Debbie...even that early morning paper route! I remember your mom always in the kitchen, smiling, working and listening...just like her obit said. She always had something good to say and made me feel important. I have such fond memories of her picking me up for school in the morning. I wish I could be with you at the funeral. Just know I am there in spirit. Much love to all of you.
I never had the opportunity to meet Mrs. Roe, but I know her son, Mayo, very well. He always spoke of her with great admiration, humor and love. It's safe to assume that she must have had all of the wonderful qualities that I see in my good friend, Mayo - intellect, wit, humor, compassion, wisdom and love. My sincere sympathy to Mayo and his family.
Such a beautiful person. Running into Joan at Kaz's always made my day. She always had a smile for me.
We were saddened to learn of Joan's passing. She was a wonderfully sweet woman and it was our pleasure to have known her.
I have fond memories of Joan and the Carruth family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My sympathy to the Roe Family. I understand how it hurts to lose your Mother. I went to school with Mayo (Her son), and still think about their family and pray for them. Sincerely, Shelia (Guthrie) Long Temperance, Michigan
My sympathy to the Roe Family. I went to school with Mayo (Her son) and still think about and pray for them. Sincerely, Shelia (Guthrie) Long Temperance, Michigan
I was so lucky to have Joan as my god-mother, a loving, gentle, caring person. I will miss our frequent email chats. All of Joan's Australian/Adrienne's family are very saddened, but happy for the wonderful life she had.
I met Joan in our Tai Chi class several years ago. She was a woman who knew how to live life. She was an inspiration to us all. I will miss her sweet face and her kindness.
Joan was a wonderful woman.Her smile was contagious.We loved her gentle nature and her endless youth.My Deepest sympathy for your loss.
We've lost a great neighbor, and lady who brought any event at St Pauls' to life----she was a spark.
Our sympathy to Debby and family
Such an inspiration. Here's some Brighton Beach pebbles; those closest to her will know what this means :). Much love Phil
I remember Mrs. Roe as the mom of Deb, a good friend of mine in my early years. Joan was always kind (even to teenage girls) and was truly a GREAT listener. I loved visiting the Roe home...it was a great mixture of intellectual chatter, a certain earthiness, much creativity, respect, and family warmth. Joan raised all independent, kind, and accepting children. My condolences. Molly (Thompson) Robinson.
What a lovely and gracious soul she was! Always a smile and hello for everyone. She will be missed!
Sandy Blackstone Carman
what a lovely soul, she will be dearly missed...
What a lovely lady and very generous. Our family has many great memories of watching the fireworks from her yard. We had the best seats. L Womack
What a pleasure it was to know her through her bringing her companion Marley in to our hospital.....such an inspiration .....Heaven's light is surely shining brighter.......
I remember your Mother with her English accent, inviting all of the neighborhood trick-or-treaters into her home on Front St., for white powdered donuts and apple cider every year. It was truly a great tradition.
Mrs. Roe tucked me under her wing and looked out for me in High school, way back in 1977. She was a lovely woman and I am honored to have known her.
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL AND GENTLE SOUL JOAN WAS. I MET HER AT ST.PAULS CHURCH WHERE MY SISTER MYRA MCCLURE ATTENDS. JOAN WAS A FRIEND TO MANY AND WILL BE DEARLY MISSED.HAD A LOVELY CONVERSATION WITH HER IN THE SUMMER AND WILL REMEBER HER WARM SMILE.
CAROL GRAY, ONTARIO CANADA
I was so saddened to hear of Joan's passing. Joan was a client of mine and I helped her with her computer. She was a shining light in my day.
My sympathies to her family I know it is a great loss to you all as I feel it too.
Joan was loved by all' Her smile and her sense of humor was wonderul.We at ST Paul's will miss her dearly.