Joan Sollick

Towanda, Pennsylvania

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Our prayers continue for you, Laverne. May God give you peace and grace during this difficult time. We will miss Aunt Joan and look forward to a heavenly reunion! Cline and Mary

I want to express my condolence on the loss of your wife who you met at WPEL where the two of you met and served God together for over 40 years. I have heard your voice on WPEL over the years while visiting family in the Montrose area. I was able to "meet" the two of you in the photo publication celebrating WPEL's 60th anniversary last year. I only wish you and Joan had enjoyed more years in retirement, but you will celebrate a retirement together in Heaven in the...

I treasure the memories of my years of working beside Joan at WPEL and having both of you as dear friends. I will always thank God for this special fond remembrance. God bless you as you continue your days without her companionship knowing that your tender care and love gave her a wondrous life with you. Heaven is a richer place with her being there with her family and friends waiting to welcome you someday.

March 22, 2014

Dear Lavern,
It has been many years since we have known you; as friends, and on WPEL, Montrose Station. We are saddened by the passing of Joan, but know that she is in the presence of her Savior whom she loved, and served. We are praying for you; for God's strength, peace, and grace in your life.
Elwin & Arleah Fitch, Tucson, AZ

LaVern, So sorry to hear about Joan, thankfully we have the promise that we will see her again. You will be in our prayers, I wish we had read this yesterday as I would have been to the memorial held at South New Milford Church.


Please know that you and Joan's family are in my prayers at this time. Joan was a classmate of mine at NEB. We KNOW
that she is now with the Lord and praising Him.
Sincerely, Connie Peck, Owego, NY

Our thoughts & prayers are with you. May God bless & sustain you & grant you strength, courage, peace, grace, serenity & a strong faith!! One "glorious day" we shall all join on that "Golden Shore" where Joan has been reunited with her loved ones gone before her, what a "Reunion"!! Joan will certainly be missed, but we know that she is in a better place. She has been born again!! Matthew 10:30 says that every hair on our heads are numbered &...


Joan's Obituaries

Joan Robinson Sollick, 69, formerly of Montrose, went home to be with the Lord Saturday evening, March 15, 2014 from the Calvary Fellowship Home in Lancaster. Joan was born in Towanda, on November 14, 1944 the daughter of Wilton and Catherine Simons Robinson. She was a graduate of Northeast...

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