JoAnn Koll (02/20/1956 - 05/01/2011)

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  • "Erin & Tori, I was out of town at a wedding the day of the..."
    - Roger Fruci
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  • "Joanne You were such a caring person. My brother will never..."
    - Susan Boles-Aschenbrener
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    - Ann Kingsbury
  • "May God keep your light burning in our hearts forever. Rest..."
    - Karen Boles
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Cheney Funeral Chapel - Cheney
1632 W 1st St.
Cheney, WA

(Age 55)
Spokane, WA

JoAnn passed away peace-fully at home on May 1, 2011 after a long battle with cancer. She was born in Spokane on February 20, 1956 to Joseph and Audrey Koll. She is survived by her two daughters Erin Luttermoser and Tori Longie; one granddaughter Molly Luttermoser; and five siblings, Carol Sackett, Midge Hartz, Kay Cheroke, Bill Koll and Nancy Moore. She devoted herself to raising a family and being a career woman. She took pride in her professional accomplishments and the lifelong friendships she developed along the way. When she wasn't busy working and playing she loved to venture to the Oregon Coast to reflect on her journey. JoAnn lived in every moment, laughed every day and loved beyond words. She devoted her life to serving others. She was an amazing mother, devoted friend, courageous fighter and inspirational woman. JoAnn will always be remembered for her radiant smile and joyful spirit. Her legacy will live on forever. Her daughters would like to express their deepest appreciation to all JoAnn's compassionate friends and family and Dr. Corliss Newman's oncology team for their continued support and care during this long battle against Lymphoma. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in JoAnn's honor to Cancer Patient Care or Lymphoma Society. A celebration of her life will be held on Friday May 6, 2011 at 3pm at the Cheney Funeral Chapel. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. CHENEY FUNERAL CHAPEL, CHENEY, WA.

Published in Spokesman-Review from May 4 to May 5, 2011
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