DAVIES (JOANNE EVELYN)
08.08.1946 - 01.09.2020 Much loved wife of Rod for 55 fabulous years.
Adored and loved Mother of Brendon (dec) and Bronwyn.
Respected and admired Mother-in-law of Quentin.
Doting Gran of Darcy, Olivia, Grace and John.
Sister of Pam and partner John, and Lynnette.
Great memories are ours to keep.
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Celebrate the life of your loved one by keeping their Guest Book online. It’s a lovely way for family and friends to express their condolences and share memories for the months and years to come. Guests can leave their heart-felt message and even include a photo of a favourite time shared with your loved one.
DAVIES JOANNE Jo, you have always been there for all of us, especially as my big sister. I'll miss you heaps. Pam
Sending love from our family to yours on the passing of Joanne. Thinking of Rod, Bronnie, Quentin and family.
Ros, Terry and families
DAVIES JOANNE Gone for now but never apart, forever our Angel, always in our hearts x
Love to Rod, BD (dec), Bron, Quent and family.
Jan, Cam, Tara, Wayne, Wyatt, Rell and families x
Condolences to Rod, Bronwyn and families. Jo was the Shire library legend and a great work colleague for 19 years.
Past and present Councillors and staff of the Shire of Gnowangerup
DAVIES JOANNE To my dear friend "Rocket"!
Your best friend Jo, wife and confidant is at peace. Jo's stoic nature will continue to give you and Bronny strength. At rest with Mrs Dolley and BD. Love Sony, the Crane girls Trish and families.
Heartfelt sympathy to Rod, Bd (dec), Bronwyn, Quentin and family on your sad loss of Jo.
Bruce, Grant, David and Sandra
Great memories. Our deepest sympathy to Rod, Bronnie and loved ones. Our love and thoughts are with you all.
Carol, Phillip and Tara
DAVIES JOANNE EVELYN Our brave, strong, courageous Jo left us on 1.9.20 to check in on BD and look after her Mum Ev. Thankyou Jo for our 69 years of friendship. Born a month apart, Sunday School, Primary School, sport, working at the Post Office, married a week apart in 1965, neighbour, bringing up our families together. My boys loved you Jo. Our love to Rod, Bron, Quentin and her grandchildren Darcy, Olivia, Grace and John. I will miss you Jo. You never taught me to play Bridge and I couldn't get you to Bowls. With love Marg, Ernie (dec), Stephen, Sam, Daniel, Luke, Liam, Phillip, Anthony, Tash, Taylor and Elise.
The Brethren of Gnowangerup Jerramungup Lodge convey their deepest condolences to our esteemed R W Bro Rod and his family on their sad loss of Jo.