Joallyn L. George

joallyn george
Joallyn L. George, died on Saturday, January 25, 2008 of Vienna, Virginia. Beloved wife of Gary P. George, Lt. Col.USAF (Ret.). Mother of Steven G. George, Kingsland, GA and Nathan W. George, St. Louis, MO. Sister of Karen Chiao, Carlsbad, CA. Also survived by three grandchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Dear Gary, Karen, Steven, and Nathan: I have just heard over the weekend from Barbara about Jo’s passing, and I feel as if this is the most realistic and immediate way that I can express my sadness, however I am limited in space. If you waken during the night and read this, please know that I’ve thought daily of each of you and Jo over the weeks I’ve known of her illness. The short story: I wish you rest and peace, which comes only from time and reflection, nowever hard that is to imagine now. I will send you my other remembrances of Jo in traditional print. My very best– Laurie George

  2. As we mourn the loss of Jo, our thoughts return to memories of a lady who was ALWAYS happy and filled with an infectious joy that left us both with a “warm & fuzzy” feeling. We always anticipated a visit from Jo, since we knew the rest of the day would be filled with her spirit and optimism. We extend our deepest condolences to the family, and will never forget Jo.

  3. On behalf of my parents, Gordon Sanstad (Joallyn’s last living Uncle), Margaret Sanstad, my Brothers Gordon Sanstad, Jr., and Alan H. Sanstad, I’d like to send our thoughts and prayers to her family. She had what I call that wonderful “Sanstad laugh”. Bernita Sanstad (her cousin) Langley, Washington

  4. We would like to share out sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family of Jo George. Ms. George was so generous to our family. We are friends of the Grossman’s and know how much she meant to them. She was a very generous and giving person. We hope the memories of Jo provide strength to you,her family and friends during this time of mourning.

  5. We are sorry to learn the loss of your wife, mother and sister. She was a ‘fighter’, an example that she has set for others. Joallyn is at peace; the rapid decline has only alleviated her from her excruciating pain, forever. Our sincere condolences.

  6. Whenever I knew Jo was coming to work with us for the day I felt happy because being around Jo made me happy. She was without a doubt, the warmest person I have EVER met in my life. Im so sad she is gone, but I am happy that she did not suffer through the pain for too long. I will always remember you Jo, you touched my life.

  7. Our whole family is so sad to hear of Jo’s passing. You are in our prayers and thoughts as you navigate this difficult time. Babs. Tuck, Tucker and Amber

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