12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat (Bendigo)
Joan passed away peacefully with family by her side after a battle with Parkinsons over the last 10 years.
Beloved wife of Ron (dec),
loving mother of Kerrie and Glenn and mother in law of Murray.
Grandmother of Mathew, Damien and Nicole.
Great Grandma Joan of Aurora, Harper and Luna.
Will be sadly missed by all who knew her xxxxx
Mum, watching you leave this world was very difficult but definitely the best thing for you.
Parkinsons has forced you to leave your beloved home and go into care which is not exactly your life plan.
Things will never be the same without you.
Reunited with your beloved "Ronnie" for your wedding anniversary.
Lots of Love Kerrie and Murray xxxx
Mum, Glad we got a chance to talk and say goodbye.
Thinking of you always.
Love Glenn xxxx
Such a kind and gentle soul,
Grandma, you will be missed, but can now finally be at peace.
Love Mathew and Harper xxxx
Grandma you were very special to us. Your love and the happy
memories you have given us mean so much, Will miss you forever.
Damien, Nicole, Aurora and Luna xxxx
Due to an outbreak of covid within the family,
Joan's service was not held on 23rd December as previously advertised.
Her service will now be held in the Uniting Church, Lyttleton Street, Castlemaine
on Friday 13th January at 11.00am.
If you wish to join us at the service via livestream,
please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.
The service will be live approximately 5-10 minutes prior to commencing.
A private burial was held for Joan at the Harcourt Cemetery on Friday 23rd December
where she was reunited with Ron.
13th January 2023 at 11:00 AM
What a great inspiration, friend & mentor you always were to me. Working together at Lawsons for many years we had such fun with Christmas parties & social occasions with our Jeannie Norris.
I have cherished memories of our times together.
R.I.P. Joan with much love to you & your family.
– Marie McCallum xxxx
Deepest sympathy to Kerrie, Murray and all the family.
Joan was a lovely lady, I have fond memories of caring for her.
Rest In Peace Joan.
– Cathy Thompson x
Deepest sympathy Kerrie, Glenn and family.
Many fond memories of Joan.
Our thoughts are with you all.
– Barry & Val Maltby and family xx
With fond memories of our many happy gatherings over the past 47 years
– 1975 Masonic Masters Group
Deepest sympathy to Kerrie and Glenn and the rest of your family.
Joan was a lovely lady, determined bowling competitor and along with Ronnie introduced many to bowling at Harcourt. ‘Joan Jet’ as she was affectionately known by a few, left her mark and many happy memories.
May she rest in peace.
– Chris and Di xx
Deepest Sympathy to Kerrie, Glenn and Family.
Joan, you were an inspiration to me when I started playing bowls at Harcourt Bowling Club.
Thanks for all those memories of happy times with you and Ron.
– Heather Braid
It is with sadness that we heard of Joan’s passing. We both enjoyed working with Joan at LMSW and especially her happy outlook
on life and appreciate all the assistance and advice she gave us. Rest in peace Joan.
Ron and Marianne Waters
Beautiful Joan, sweetest lady 🌹 Both Joan & Ron supported Clarkey when arrived at HBC 💖 The most fondest memories of Ron & Joan….so devoted to each other….. reunited 🥰 Deepest sympathy to all the family on your sad loss ❣️ Love Deb & Clarkey xxxxxxxxxxx
In fond memory of Scottie (Joan) my friend for many years from our time at school in Maryborough.
Sincere sympathy to Kerrie and family and Glenn.
Your 20 minute Probate workshop set me up for my nearly 20 year career. Were you a good teacher or was I a good student? Either way, I thank you.
We certainly had some laughs. Your long term memory is unsurpassed, something we do not share.
Thank you for your friendship
Remembering an old school friend at Maryborough High School
— Joan (Scottie) was always an admirable person, kind & sensible, caring & strong,
and I can see from the tributes she continued in her grown up life to be all those things.
– Carmel Oakley