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Joan "Jo" Mathewson Fehlhaber
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Birth: Feb. 9, 1930
Caro
Tuscola County
Michigan, USA
Death: Oct. 29, 2008
Michigan, USA

Frankenmuth, MI
Passed away Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at Convenant Medical Center Cooper, age 78 years. Joan Mathewson was born on February 9, 1930 in Caro, MI to the late Bruce and Eva Mathewson.

She was married to Roger W. Fehlhaber on November 4, 1961, he preceded her in death on May 22, 1999.

Jo loved her Lord and Savior and her church family at the Frankenmuth United Methodist Church. For many years she took an active role in the choir, youth group, Bible studies and Communion Service.
Jo enjoyed learning and teaching the art of country painting for mom's of young children. She also was very fond of wonderful books, vintage Valentines, and rare seashells.

Surviving are; a son Thomas M. (Carmen) Fehlhaber, granddaughters Kailyn and Kristin Fehlhaber, sisters Mona Mathewson of Cleveland, OH, Carol Chappell, Cleveland, OH,and Darlene Cox of Wyandotte, MI, and several very special nieces and newphews.

Joan was preceded in death by her husband Roger and a sister, Arlene Clark of Wyandotte, MI.

Memorial service will take place at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 1, 2008 at the Frankenmuth United Methodist Church, 346 E. Vates St. Rev. David Eardley will officiate. Joan's family will receive visitors on Friday from 5 8 PM at Cederberg Funeral Home of Frankenmuth, 590 N. Franklin St.

Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorials to Frankenmuth United Methodist Church.
 
 
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Created by: Kim Koper♥Davis ...
Record added: Nov 05, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31154268
 


- Kim Koper♥Davis♛
 Added: Nov. 5, 2008

- Kim Koper♥Davis♛
 Added: Nov. 5, 2008
 
 
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