Joan Olive Woodworth
Joan Olive Woodworth, 92, of K.E. Spencer Memorial Home and formerly of Edgett's Landing passed away peacefully on September 5th,2021 at the K. E. Spencer's Memorial Home with her family by her side.
Joan was born in Lakeville on January 8th, 1929 the daughter of the late Clyde and Lula (Hare) Wilson.
Joan was a housewife and mother first and foremost. She was a very active member of the Valley Baptist Church most of her life; helping out with Pioneer Girls, Awana and was a lifetime member of the Women's Missionary Society. She enjoyed being outdoors and took solace in tending to her flower beds.
Her faith was strong and she was a very determined lady who always got the job done. She was very humble and didn't want to have a fuss made over her in any way. She was the type of lady who was caring and willing to give anything she could without expecting anything in return. She has brought many children to the Lord over the years and is now at peace with her Heavenly Father walking by her side. Her family are grateful for her support and guidance over the years.
The family wishes to express " thanks " to the entire staff of K.E. Spencer Memorial Home for their dedicated care and attention during Mom’s stay . She thoroughly enjoyed her stay there, especially playing games and attending every social function whenever possible .
She will be deeply missed by her son, Donald Woodworth (Gail); her treasured granddaughter , Kelly Wood (Sandy) ; her great grandchildren Austin and Charlotte and daughter-in-law Charlene Woodworth all of Riverview. She will also be missed by all her extended family and several nieces and nephews.
Besides her parents she was predeceased by her beloved husband Vaughn "Mac" Woodworth; son Dennis Woodworth; sisters Norma Wilson, Shirley Steeves ; brother Ross Wilson and nephew Troy Wilson.
Honouring Joan's own wishes there will be no visitation. A Private Graveside Service will be held at the Green Hill Cemetery, Edgett's Landing, NB with Rev. Wayne Johnson officiating.
For those who wish donations to the Valley Baptist Church or Green Hill Cemetery Paving Fund would be greatly appreciated.
Arrangements are in the care of the Albert County Funeral Home, 4130 Route 114, Hopewell Cape, NB, E4H-3K2 734-2780