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Joanne Groller

Joanne Groller

Tuesday, November 10th, 1953 - Saturday, February 16th, 2019
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Born Nov. 10, 1953 Joanne Mary Groller (McAleer), passed away cherishing and always fighting for life after a courageous battle with cancer and autoimmune diseases. Beloved wife to Joe and loving mother to James, Joanne will be sadly missed by her sister Marlene, and brothers Lorne and Dan, their spouses and especially by the many nieces and nephews that were touched by her heart.
Joanne grew up the second youngest in the family of four kids in Scarborough, and developed into a beautiful young lady, but it was her inner beauty that always shone through. While she had many occupations throughout her life, Joanne dedicated herself to be a wife, mother and especially a good, supportive person that took such pleasure in doing special things and making others feel good. She always put others needs before hers.
Joanne had a special ability to really listen… she seemed to hear on a different level, listening more with her heart than her mind. Her compassion and gift “to hear the thoughts behind the words” made her a great mentor and trusted and supportive friend to all. She was a joy to be with, had a great sense of humour as she always tried to be positive and lighten the situation.
Joanne loved her nieces and nephews and shared her love with all young people. She dearly loved our pets, with every dog, cat and critter always connecting and wanting to be with her at all times. Joanne loved to communicate with others – you could feel the warmth and compassion emanate through the keyboard of a text or a phone call as she “stopped the world” to focus on being there and helping.
Joanne always made time to share in the joy, to “make memories”, exclaiming “Oh my Stars!” as she brought so much happiness to so many people. Everything that made her the brilliant wife, mother and friend will live on in our hearts.
The family would like to thank the wonderful Doctors, Nurses, medical support people that worked with her on this journey. Cremation has taken place, and there will be no service, but please celebrate who she was and how she lived through your thoughts and memories. Donations to the Margaret Bahen Hospice (https://www.myhospice.ca) will be remembered with appreciation by the family
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Donna menczel

Posted at 10:48am
Dear Joe, I met Joanne when she came into Sears to purchase her cosmetics. I always looked forward to her visits, Joanne was such a breath of fresh air . She was so positive despite all her medical challenges , I have learnt a lot from her about positivity. You and your son are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. The memories you both cherish will keep her close to you. ( spoken from experience as I lost my husband a few years ago ) . Sincerely Donna
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Don Bester

Posted at 09:40am
Joe and Jammie, my prayers and thoughts are with you both during this difficult time. Your memories will always with you for ever. May she rest in peace. Don Bester
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Adolf and Helga Graf

Posted at 05:02pm
Dear Joe and Jammie! Our heartfelt condolences on Joanne's passing. We hope you find hope in your sorrow and comfort from the good memories of a loving wife and mother. Adolf and Helga Graf and Family
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Cheryl &Terry Wilson

Posted at 06:53pm
Joe and Family So sorry to hear about Joanne passing onto to next world. The couple times Terry and I had the pleasure of being in her company was full of light and happiness. Our thoughts to you at this time and going forward. If there is anything we can do even if just an ear please call, you have Terry’s number. Heaven truly has another Angel.
KB

Kevin Bond

Posted at 09:01am
Dear Joe and Jammie, We were so sad to hear of Joanne's passing. She was a such a wonderful person and we have many fond memories of boating with Joanne and you on Georgian Bay. . We will always cherish the wonderful times we had with you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Kevin and Lillian Bond.
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