Joanne Quivey

December 24, 1937 - April 14, 2002
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Joanne A. Quivey, 64, of New Philadelphia, died Sunday, April 14, 2002, in her home, following a sudden illness.Born December 24, 1937, in Strasburg., she was a daughter of the late Paul R. and Dorothy E. Weber Mizer. Joanne was a 1955 graduate of Strasburg High School, and attended Gerber Beauty School, Canton. She …

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Joanne A. Quivey, 64, of New Philadelphia, died Sunday, April 14, 2002, in her home, following a sudden illness.Born December 24, 1937, in Strasburg., she was a daughter of the late Paul R. and Dorothy E. Weber Mizer. Joanne was a 1955 graduate of Strasburg High School, and attended Gerber Beauty School, Canton. She was employed by, and later purchased, Lois Ann’s Beauty Salon, New Philadelphia. Joanne was a member of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Strasburg; she enjoyed knitting, exchanging recipes, gardening, and most of all, camping. She was a member of the FCRV and NCHA camping organizations, and served as state and national conservation director. Joanne was also a member of the Tuscarawas Co. Bacon Burners and the Swiss Wheelers of Sugarcreek. Additionally, Joanne loved her nieces and nephews, and spoiled them greatly.Survivors include her husband, Albert N. Quivey, whom she married July 14, 1957; four brothers, Sharon P. (Dolly) Mizer of Strasburg, Dennis R. Mizer of Beach City, Larry J. (Kathy) Mizer of Dover, and Dean A. Mizer of New Philadelphia; nieces, Sharon (Scott) West, Kassy (Dave) Johnson, Marea (Nathan) Andreas, April (Earl) Wines and Cassandra Mizer; nephews, Denny (Carol) Mizer, Donnie (Beth) Mizer, Bobby (Kathy) Mizer and Rick Mizer; great-nieces and great-nephews, Kyle and Kody Mizer, Wes and Cara West, Caitlin Johnson, Kaylee and Zoe Andreas and Justin and Jordan Wines; uncle, Warren (Gertrude) Mizer of Canton.A funeral service will be Thursday, April 18, 2002, at 11 a.m., in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home, New Philadelphia, with Pastor Fred Grosse officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Union Cemetery, Strasburg. Visitation will be Wednesday, April 17, 2002, 7-9 p.m., in the funeral home. To sign the online register and express condolences, please visit the funeral home’s website.Instead of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Area Office 12, 201A W. Ohio Ave., Dover, OH 44622, or, to Hospice of Tuscarawas Co., Inc., 201 W. Third St., Dover, OH 44622.

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Born: December 24, 1937
Died: April 14, 2002

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Dianna Digue posted on 4/17/02

Jo was a very special person, always smiling, never a bad word for anyone, she was a joy to know. JO will be greatly missed, by her family in FCRV.

 

Joan Garn posted on 4/17/02

With thoughts of deepest sympathy.

 

Gary and Carol Sliffe posted on 4/17/02

Al, You have our deepest sympathy. We will always remember the good times we shared camping and playing cards. Sorry we weren't able to make it to the visitation hours.

 

ORPHA SMITH posted on 4/17/02

SORRY FOR THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF JOANNE WAS A SHOCK TO SEE IT IN PAPER. AL YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS FAMILY ALSO JOANNE WAS A SPECIAL LADY, FUN TO WORK WITH AND WILL BE MISSED BY MANY, ORPHA SMITH

 

Tom, Kim, and Luci Alexander posted on 4/17/02

Al, we have loved you and Jo since we came to know you through NCHA. You were both so friendly and caring. Her smile could and did frequently, light up a room. You have our deepest sympathy for your loss. We have found out that life is a series of memories. Remember the great times you both shared. We will remember her fondly and often. We will also think of you often and keep you in our prayers.

 

William Sundheimer posted on 4/17/02

Dear Albert, Our prayers and sympathy are with you at this time. We enjoyed talking to both of you at the last Strasburg Class Reunion. Bill is presently in China. Bill & Liz Sundheimer

 

William Sundheimer posted on 4/17/02

Dear Albert, Our prayers and sympathy are with you at this time. We enjoyed talking to both of you at the last Strasburg Class Reunion. Bill is presently in China. Bill & Liz Sundheimer

 

Cheryl A. Fisher posted on 4/17/02

Al, We just want to send you our prayers in this terrible time for you.. She was my Dad's (Kenny Weber) cousin and one of my favorites, and she will be missed greatly... I'll always remember her great smile.. God Bless, Cheryl & Dean Fisher and family

 

Bud and Shiela Demattio posted on 4/17/02

You are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. Bud and Shiela Demattio

 

Ron & Mary Payne posted on 4/16/02

Al, We send our sincere and heartfelt sympathy. May your cherished memories give you comfort at this time of loss. WE will remember you in our prayers. Ron & Mary Payne

 

Craig & Shari Weber posted on 4/16/02

Jo will be missed. She was a great camping friend.

 

Walter and Marilyn Shealy posted on 4/16/02

Please know that we share with you your sorrow, and will keep you in our prayers during this time. We hope that memories of your life together will in some way ease your sorrow until you are reunited in God's time. God bless you. Walt and Marilyn

 

john [email protected] posted on 4/16/02

Condolences to Al and all the families. Joanne was one of my favorite cousins and friend. Jack and Mary Ann Weber from Sarasota Fla.

 

Dave and Marilyn Schlei posted on 4/16/02

Dear Al, our deepest sympathy goes out to you at your loss. We will deeply miss Jo's smiling face at the Midwest Quakers and whenever we would see her at the campventions. May God's LOVE be soothing. May His WORDS bring you strength. May His PROMISE fill your heart with His PEACE.

 

Jean Wisby posted on 4/16/02

Dear Al, Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Jo was a truly great person. I will always remember her as a warm, friendly person, with a good sense of humor. She worked hard for others and she, with you, contibuted so much to our "family". The magnitude of the loss for you is something only you can feel. The memories are yours. Take them out whenever you need to and know that she will always be with you. Take care of yourself and God Bles You. Jean Wisby

 

Bill & Sandy Weber posted on 4/16/02

Dear Al We are deeply saddened at your loss. Joanne was very special to my mother and so with me also. We always enjoyed being with both of you. We cannot know the pain you are suffering but we can love you. We are leaving at noon on the 16th for a vacation in Florida and cannot therefore attend visiting hours. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of Joanne's family. We are very sorry that we could not be here with you at this sorrowful time. We pray that the peace which transcends all understanding will be with you now. May God bless. Bill & Sandy

 

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