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Joanne Mary Meiners
1943 -- 2012

ST. CLAIR, MISSOURI -- Joanne Meiners nee Charron, 69, of St. Clair, Missouri, passed away Thursday, November 22, 2012, at her home.

Mrs. Meiners, daughter of the late Camille Charron and wife Antonia nee DeMartino was born January 15, 1943 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.

In July, 1960, she married to her first husband Ronald A. Cormier in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. On September 15, 1984, she was united in marriage to Leonard Meiners in Normandy, Missouri.

Mrs. Meiners owned and operated Alterations by Joanne in St. Charles, MO for 15 years and in St. Clair, MO for 10 years but dedicated a lifetime to the profession.

She was a member of the St. Clare Catholic Church and the Daughters of Isabella in St. Clair, MO and Massachusetts.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Ronald A. Cormier; her parents, Camille and Antonia Charron; one brother, Paul Charron, and one grandchild, Christopher Cormier.

Mrs. Meiners is survived by her husband, Leonard Meiners of St. Clair, MO; one son, Kenneth Cormier and wife, Sherri of Troy, MO; two daughters, Debra (Cormier) Meiners and husband, Stephen of St. Clair, MO and Cheryl (Cormier) Martin and husband, Mitchell of St. Charles, MO; five grandchildren, Nicole Ruiz, Phillip Collins, Marie Cormier, Taylor Cormier and Brandin Cormier; great-grandchildren, Camilla Ruiz and Sofia Ruiz; step-children; step-grandchildren; step-great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends.

MEINERS -- A Memorial Mass will be held 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Fitchburg with Father Clements officiating. Visit www.midlawn.com for an online register book. Memorial donations to St. Vincent DePaul are preferred. Arrangements by Midlawn Funeral Home, Union, MO.
Published in Sentinel & Enterprise on Jan. 19, 2013
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