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A Joan Edmonson Steinkuhler
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Birth: Jun. 21, 1929
Brown County
Illinois, USA
Death: Nov. 29, 2009
Adams County
Illinois, USA

Joan Steinkuhler, 80, of Quincy, formerly of Camp Point, died at 5:30 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 29, 2009) in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Born June 21, 1929, in Timewell,a daughter of Alvoid and Lillian G. Mullen Edmonson.

She married Richard H. Vollbracht on Feb. 14, 1948, in the First Christian Church in Quincy.

She later married Wilbur J. Steinkuhler on July 16, 1966, in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Clayton. He died April 10, 1992.

Joan was a 1947 graduate of Quincy Senior High School and a past member of the Alumni Association. Joan was also an active member past member of the Eastern Star in Camp Point, Illinois

She was a member of the First Christian Church in Camp Point but was baptized in the First Christian Church in Quincy.
She enjoyed singing in the choir and working in the Sunday school and Vacation Bible School for several years and a former member of RSVP and enjoyed singing with the Volunteer Voices for many years, a group she enjoyed very much.

Joan was employed for five years at K-mart and also at Bergner's for nine years. She worked for several years at the Gifts and More Shop in Camp Point owned by Dorothy Obert.
Survivors include a daughter:
Linda Aquilante (Robert) of Cockranville, Pa

Kirk Vollbracht (Cindy) of Quincy
Mark Vollbracht (Jeanne) of Quincy, Illinois

Ten grandchildren:
Tony O'Neal (Missy) of Gerard,Illinois
Tom Vollbracht (Tammy) of Springfield, Illinois
Eric Vollbracht (Leann) of Springfield, Illinois
Cory Vollbracht of Auburn, Illinois
Mrs. Jeremy (Katie) Dallmier of Quincy, Illinois
Mrs. Andy (Kelly) Eyler of Quincy, Illinois
Kevin Vollbracht of Quincy, Illinois
Scott Coyle of Quincy, Illinois Shaun Coyle of Quincy, Illinois
Mrs. Shaun (Tawnya) Moore of Quincy, Illinois

Two stepgrandsons:
Lucas Wolf of Canton, Mo
Phillip Downs of Quincy, Illinois

Joan is also survived by 16 great-grandchildren and a very close to a niece, Genny Edmonson of Rockport, Illinois, a nephew, Richard Edmonson (Judy) of Rockport, Illinois

Two nieces, Mrs. Rodney (Sarajane) Meyers of Bloomington, Minn., and Mrs. Dale (Susan) Seyller of Poplar Grove
Two nephews, David Edmonson (Jody) of Rochester, Minn., and Donald Edmonson of Hampshire.
Many other nieces and nephews also survive.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; two brothers, Billy Wayne Edmonson and Richard Lee Edmonson; a sister, Mattie Joyce Edmonson in infancy; and a great-grandson, Korbin Dallmier who died in infancy.

Visitation Wednesday, Dec 02, 2009 , 1 p.m. until the time of services Wednesday in the Lummis Hamilton Funeral Home in Camp Point

Services Dec 02, 2009 at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Lummis-Hamilton Funeral Home in Camp Point , Rev. Mickey Farlow officiating.

Burial in the Clayton South Side Cemetery
Memorials: American Heart Association andor American Diabetes Association
Lummis-Hamilton Funeral Home, Camp Point in charge of arrangements.
Family links: 
  Alvoid J. Edmonson (1894 - 1971)
  Lillian Grace Mullen Edmonson (1901 - 1984)
  Wilbur James Steinkuhler (1932 - 1992)*
  Billy Wayne Edmonson (1923 - 1962)*
  Billy Wayne Edmonson (1923 - 1962)*
  Richard Lee Edmonson (1925 - 1983)*
  A Joan Edmonson Steinkuhler (1929 - 2009)
*Calculated relationship
Clayton South Side Cemetery
Adams County
Illinois, USA
Maintained by: Cindy Vollbracht
Originally Created by: J.R.L.
Record added: Nov 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44979675
A Joan <i>Edmonson</i> Steinkuhler
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A Joan <i>Edmonson</i> Steinkuhler
Added by: Cindy Vollbracht
A Joan <i>Edmonson</i> Steinkuhler
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Kirk and I miss you so much, Not a day goes by that we dont think about you, We love you always and will some day meet again,
- Kirk and Cindy Vollbracht
 Added: Apr. 27, 2012

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