Condolence From: Gary DuFour, Beaver, Pennsylvania
Condolence: Joan was a bright light in a dim world and always could make everyone smile and be at ease. May she have peace and joy with Scott in Heaven.
Condolence From: Darian (Reese) Marker, Steubenville, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Bill. I don't know if you remember me, but you and I used to go to church together at 5th Street Methodist Church in Steubenville. I used to see you mom occassionally when she lived around here. She was always to nice to me. I always loved talking to her. I remember your dad as he was always so happy and smiling. Your mom had the most beautiful smile and she always lit up every place she went to. I am so happy that I had the priviledge of knowing her. Darian Reese Marker
Condolence From: Camillo Rusconi, Milano, Italia
Condolence: Dearest Bill and Lexi, but of course also dear Jeanne, Dave, Liz, Clem, Aria and Isla.
After meeting you more than 12 years ago I've felt my life richer, and having the possibility to keep up with you through social media was a great luck.
This included indirectly meeting the rest of your family and I must admit I was deeply fascinated by this elegant English matriarch that supervised on this amazing American family.
Her smile would light up every picture she was in and I felt a warmth of heart that moved me even without having ever met her.
I'm sure the grief is great, because it was great the love that she gave you all. Hence, rejoice for her beautiful life and live according to her teachings.
I hug you all very tightly, lots of love