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JOINER, Jean JEAN CHRISTIAN EVERETT JOINER Jean Christian Everett Joiner, 90, born May 11th, of Flowery Branch, GA passed away October 26, 2013. Blessed with 72 years of marriage together, she is survived by her husband, Jesse Frank Joiner, SR. She was born in Sylvania, Georgia and moved to Atlanta in 1949. They resided in metro Atlanta until moving to Flowery Branch twenty years ago. She is survived by five children: Frank and Connie Joiner of Cumming, Jacqueline and Thomas Quinn of Sandy Springs, Lynn Joiner Lusby of Cumming, Pamela and Chris Nunn of Lawrenceville, Bob and Kim Joiner of St. Simons Island, 13 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, and 4 great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by Jerry J. Chicone and Kathryn Chicone Ustler of Orlando, children of her late sister, Maude Lee Chicone. Other relatives include Gloria Joiner, Sidney and Marilyn Joiner, and many other nieces and nephews. Jean was a homemaker and bookkeeper for J.F. Joiner Construction Company for many years. She also worked at McDonough Construction Company and was a successful Realtor. She volunteered as a Boy Scout Den mother, PTA and other school activities. She was an active member of Roswell United Methodist Church and served in the tape ministry, North Fulton Charities, evangelism committee, Travelers Club, and church circle. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, and giving to others. She was a devoted wife. mother, and grandmother. Visitation will be Tuesday, October 29th at 10:00 in the Parlor of Roswell United Methodist Church, 814 Mimosa Blvd, Roswell 30075 followed by the service at 11:00 in the chapel. Interment will follow at Green Lawn Cemetery. Donations may be made to Ovarian Cancer Fund, Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, 14 Pennsylvania Plaza, Suite 1710, NY, NY, 10122. Or Roswell United Methodist Church.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Oct. 28, 2013
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