Joanne K. Williams

Born: 02/01/1951 Passed:
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Joanne K. Williams

Joanne K. Williams, born February 1, 1951, died Monday May 16, 2016 at Community Hospice House of New Philadelphia following an extended and courageous battle with Cancer.  She was the daughter of the late Lester Shalosky and the late Claire Alice (Shryock) Spencer.  Joanne was a graduate of Port Washington High School. Joanne was a woman of many skills and talents, she loved the outdoors and wildlife of all kinds.  She taught many things to many friends, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and children.  She was a member of the Mounted Search and Rescue and loved working with horses.

Joanne met the love of her life, Grafton E. Williams in the 1970’s and became one family.  Joanne is survived by her love Ed Williams, three sons, George E. Rennard of Tippicanoe, Robert A. Rennard and wife Barbara, David V. Williams (Bear) and fiancée Bernadine Wolfe all of Port Washington.  Three step children, Shari Williams of Beloit, Gary Williams of Port Washington and Eddie Williams of New Philadelphia.

In addition to her children, she is also survived by her brother Tony Shalosky and wife Kim, sisters: Kelly York and husband Tom, Kathy Lafferty and husband Calvin, Janie Starcher and husband Arnold, Patty Shalosky and Julie Henry; many, many nieces and nephews, 13 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren.

Joanne is preceded in death by her step father Edwin Spencer, brothers: Don Kopes and Jack Shalosky, sister, Fran Montgomery and grandson Robbie Rennard Jr.

Joanne did not wish to have any services but wished for a celebration which will be announced at a later date.  Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice House of New Philadelphia in her name. Condolences and special memories may be shared online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

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1 Tribute to Joanne K. Williams

  1. Susie Good says:

    Her love for nature and her family will go unmatched. May she rest in peace with a beautiful mountain view.

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