Joan Marilyn Westman
On November 26th, 2017, after putting up a strong fight, Mom lost her battle with Cancer.
She will always hold a special place in the hearts of her three children: Mardie (Tim), Kimberley (Troy) and Keith (Kimberly) and her five wonderful grandchildren: Mikayla, MacKenzie, Carter, Logan and Alexandria. As well many relatives and many dear and truly treasured friends.
Mom always had a smile on her face and went out of her way to make people feel special. And even right to the end Mom was still smiling.
Mom, you will be dearly missed and always loved
I remember your mom with a smile on her face and a laugh not far behind. She always made me feel welcome and a part of the family. I’m so sorry for your loss.
Sending you compassion and special care as you grieve!
My condolences to all of your family and my love to all Joan will be sorely missed.
Also, if you would like to offer a donation, we are asking to contribute donations for Wheels of Hope. Which is a volunteer driver program for patients who are going through Cancer treatment:
If you are facing a cancer journey, sometimes simply getting to treatment can be difficult. If you can’t afford the cost of travel, if you are not physically well enough to use public transportation or if you feel uncomfortable facing travel alone,
we can help.
Patients registered with our Wheels of Hope program will be picked up and taken to their appointment by a volunteer driver. This shared-ride program not only provides transportation, but also offers a friendly, supportive environment along the way.
Here is the link:
Thank you for your condolences.
Your smile was a gift to us all. Thank you for touching my life and sharing your joy.
My deepest sympathies Keith to you and your whole family. I know what you all are going through because I lost my Dad to cancer. The few times I met your Mom I really liked her. Now she is with God smiling at you all, happy and without pain. Sending you all hugs and my prayers.
I never met your mother Keith but from what I know from your character as a person she must of been an amazing lady. My condolences to you and your family.
Joan after 35 years of friendship my world is so much smaller without you!
You have been an integral part of our family for so long…….things are not as bright.
R.I.P. my dear friend
Cheryl & Jim and family