JoAnn S. Dinsmore

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JoAnn S. Dinsmore (Age 75) of Farifax, VA died on Sunday, January 14, 2007 at Fair Oaks Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Allen W. Dinsmore; devoted mother of Linda D. Comer of Fairfax, VA and Julie D. Coari of Virginia Beach, VA. Also survived by six grandchildren, Amy Porter, Laurie, Ryan, and Jill Comer, Erin and Mike Coari. Family will receive friends at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W. Maple Ave., Vienna, VA on Tuesday, January 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, January 17 at 1 p.m. at Vienna Presbyterian Church, 124 Park St. NE, Vienna, VA. Interment National Memorial Park, Falls Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in JoAnn's memory to Vienna Presbyterian Church.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I am really saddened to read of the loss of JoAnn. I have great memories of fun times shared with her and her boisterous laughter that filled the room. My sincere condolences to you.

  2. Linda, My sincere sympathy in your mom’s death; she was always very nice to me. I can actually still hear her laugh. With love, Ellen

  3. Dearest Linda and family, I will always think of your Mom on the 4th of July watching the fireworks from your kitchen window. The world has lost another light. Wishing you and your family God’s peace, Richard, Linda, R.C. and Kevin

  4. JoAnn (AKA- JoAnnGranyJo) & John (AKA-IDBANDIT) met on the computer in the zone playing hearts in 1999 & formed a very special friendship from that day on. Karen (AKA-lyttlekap) met on the computer playing spades a few weeks later & formed a very special friendship from that day on. JoAnn was like a mother to Karen. I remember JoAnn & Karen ganging up on John in the zone playing hearts & John getting upset because we were ganging up on him & we would laugh then John would come back to the game & get us good. But the most we remember about JoAnn is that she had a BIG heart & that she loved all the animals that she help take care of & all the people that touched her life. JoAnn was so full of life & she loved life. We will miss her as she was a very special lady & friend.

  5. Linda and Jill, We were so sorry to hear of your mothers and grandmothers passing. We hope you get comfort in knowing that we care and here if you need us. Sue and Jess Carrico

  6. God used the internet and “UPWORDS” in order for me to meet JOANNGRANYJO! What a BLESSING! WE had fun competing..It was amazing how often we would meet up playing one another on that addicting game! From there we became FAST FRIENDS! I was so saddened by her illness and death! The many jokes and stories we emailed back and forth were an expected daily part of my life! I will miss her, but knowing her, she has found a way to keep playing those games and everytime I play, I know she is there..telling me which card to play!! BLESSINGS TO THE FAMILY!

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