In loving memory of Joan Applin who passed away on Monday, December 2, 2019. Joan would have celebrated her 95th birthday this upcoming December 30th.
Joan will be lovingly remembered in the hearts of her children; Victor, Michael, Ellen, Lois, Ed, Pete, and Doris, along with their families and friends. She had been predeceased by her beloved husband Daniel (Dan) in 2004.
There will be a Funeral Mass held for Joan on Friday, December 13, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. from Sacred Heart Parish in Marengo SK with Father Emmanuel Azike celebrating. Joan will be laid to rest beside her husband in the Margeno Cemetery following the service. Prayers will be held for her from the church the evening before at 7:00 p.m.
APPLIN (nee Gibson) – Joan Applin of Moose Jaw, formerly of Marengo passed away peacefully December 2, 2019 just short of her 95th birthday.
Joan was born in Eatonia, Sk. on December 30, 1924. She grew up in Mantario and Netherhill with her sister. After high school she moved to Saskatoon where she became a teacher. On April 10, 1950 she married her husband Dan and moved to Marengo. She was the school librarian and taught in Marengo until her retirement in 1975.
Joan loved visiting with her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed playing cards, playing the piano, the organ for church and growing houseplants. Her favorite past time was reading a good book.
Joan will be lovingly remembered by sons: Vic, Mike (Penni), Ed (Maureen), and Pete (Sheila); daughters Ellen (Larry), Lois and Doris (Kevin); numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Joan was predeceased by her husband Dan, son Stephen and daughter-in-law Barb.
Funeral service will be held at Sacred Heart Parish, Marengo on December 13th at 2 pm. Prayers are on Thursday at 7 pm.
If friends so desire donations can be made to the Childrens Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.
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Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan (Jim Pattison Children's Hospital)
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