Joan-Kehoe-Obituary

Joan J. Kehoe

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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(Nee Wojs) of Cudahy. Entered Heaven to be with the angels Mon., Feb. 28, 2005 at the age of 65 years. Beloved wife of 43 years to Terrance Kehoe. Loving mother of Tracy (Michael) Meylor and Keane Kehoe. Proud grandmother of Monique, Dylan and Nicole. Dear sister-in-law of Frankie Wojs. Further...

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Dear Kehoe family,
I was saddened to hear of Joan's passing. She was such a good friend and neighbor to my inlaws, Frank and Vickie Michalets. She was always there to cheer Frank and to share his love of plants and nature. She continued to be a kind friend to Vickie after Frank's passing. Although Joan was my second cousin (my grandfather George's niece), I never knew her very well myself, but I will always remember the day she shared family photos and history with me. I always...

I will be with you in thoughts and prayers this evening. Joanie was such a warm, loving person. Her enthusiasm for her family, especially her grandchildren, radiated all around her. I will miss her.

Dear family members and friends of Joanie,
I lived next door to her growing up and always felt happy and blessed that someone so warm and caring lived only a few feet away. She often took care of my parents' home when they were gone and always said 'hello' and smiled at me even after I had been away. My heart goes out to Terry and his children at this difficult time.

You brought so much happiness to those around you. May you be at peace now.

My heart goes out to the Kehoe family. Joanie was a wonderful person and I am blessed that she was Dylan's grandma. She was one of the most generous people I have ever known, and the angels are lucky to have her. She will be missed deeply.

We remember Joanie as full of life with plenty of smiles to go around. There's barely a single wedding photo of ours without her beaming face in the background. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May angels lead her in~

-I'll be missing a good friend.
My prayers go with you. You will be truely missed.- Barbara Johnson

Mr. Kehoe-

Your wife Joan was a good friend to my mother in a time of need. When my Dad was sick and on his way to the grave, Both you and Mrs. Kehoe were good neighbors and true friends. Many people talk a good game, and when times get tuff, they scatter. But you were there in the tuffest time of all.
Thank you for being good neigbors and helping me take care of my mother.
When my wife had her baby shower last year, Joan provided Ed III with lot's of...

We love you grandma , miss you dearly ,you must be cleaning windows in heaven today because the sun is shining brightly though them .love you so much say hi to everyone for us hugs & kisses.Your son Keane & Grandson Dylan..XOXO