Joanna V. Bailey

joanna bailey
Joanna V. Bailey

(Age 94)

of The Fairfax Retirement Community, Ft. Belvoir, VA died on Monday, November 22, 2010 at Mt. Vernon Hospital due to heart failure. Loving wife of the late Lt. Col. Paul K. Bailey, USA, devoted mother of P. Kent (Cecilia), William L. (Jeanette), John P. (Ann), J. Patrick (Jeanne) and Thomas E. (Marlo). She is also survived by 11 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. A PROMISE OF RESURRECTION I just read about the recent death of your loved one. As your “Neighbor”, scripturally speaking, I am deeply concerned about the sorrow and distress that you must be experiencing. However, I have some GOOD NEWS to share with you regarding your loss. Did you know that the Bible promises us that we will have the opportunity to see our loved ones again? At JOHN 5:28 & 29, Jesus Christ assures us that everyone in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. Yes, the wonderful promise of a resurrection is held out to all those who have fallen asleep in death. (Acts 24:15) In addition, God has promised obedient mankind at Revelation 21:1-5 that very soon pain, sickness, and even death will be no more. Why? According to 1John 4:8, “God is love.” I hope that these few lines have brought you some measure of comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. Your “Neighbor”, J. Alexander

  2. As the mother of five boys, you earned sainthood for a marvelous job raising us. Your smile and kind nature will always be remembered. Marlo and I will miss you a great deal, but we remember you and Paul will always be looking down on us and praying for our happiness. Farewell mother dear.

  3. I will always remember growing up just down the street and around the corner from your wonderful family. St. Rita’s brought us together, and I feel so fortunate (long after those joyful childhood days) to remain in contact with Kent. The Baileys are all very special people and examples of lives truly well lived.

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