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Joan S. Moriarty

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Moriarty, Joan S. (Nee Spence) Entered into the fullness of Eternal Life on December 7, 2009, at the age of 84. Longtime resident of Mequon. Beloved wife of the late Michael J. Moriarty. Loving mother of William (Carol) Moriarty, Michael (Mei Lin) Moriarty, James Moriarty, Nancy (Dale) Mayr, Daniel (Joy) Moriarty and Maureen (Trent) Otto. Adored grandmother of, Christopher, Kimberly, Erin, Kelly and Andrew Moriarty; Tia Moriarty, Elizabeth and Robert Moriarty; Kathryn and Emily Moriarty and Megan and Tyler Otto. Cherished sister of Marion (the late Philip) Behling, Nancy (Dr. Robert) Gerth, Estelle (James) King and the late Catherine Spence. She is further survived by other grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and good friends. Joan was a devout Catholic and dedicated member of Lumen Christi Catholic Church, involved in various church activities and programs. She was a devoted wife and mother, offering daily prayers for the welfare of her entire family. She was passionate about her faith and truly lived out the teachings of the Gospels, genuinely caring for everyone in her life. Most of all she will be admired for her forgiving soul, hoping daily for reconciliation. She lived her life with faith, hope and love, and it was apparent to everyone who knew Joan, that for her, the greatest of these was love. Visitation will be held at Lumen Christi Catholic Church, 2700 W. Mequon Road, at the corner of N. Range Line Road in Mequon, on Friday, December 11, from 10:30 AM until 11:30 AM, followed by Mass of Christian Burial celebrated at 11:30 AM. Interment will take place at St. James Cemetery. In memory of Joan's 59 years as a faithful parish member, contributions may be made to Lumen Christi Parish, Helping Hand Fund, 11330 North St. James Lane, Mequon, WI 53092.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from Dec. 9 to Dec. 11, 2009
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