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June 1, 1956 - May 23, 2021

Posted by:
Vicki Halterman Letourneau

Posted on:
May 27, 2021

To Jim and sons, Carol and Roger, My deepest condolences to you all. Joan & I were best friends in high school. We had so much fun together. The laughter was endless. Unfortunately busy lives brought distance but we never lost track of each other. I was so happy to have reconnected again about 6 years ago. She was so happy being a grandma. My heart aches. ? My memories will live on. So happy to have this beautiful picture of her. Hugs and much love to you all! Vicki Halterman Letourneau

Posted by:
Tara McSorley

Posted on:
May 26, 2021

My deepest condolences to Andy, Jill, Drew, Jaxon, Trey and all of Joan's family and friends. May you find peace and comfort in the wonderful memories you shared with Joan and know she loves you very much.

Posted by:
Nick and Jill Luebbert

Posted on:
May 26, 2021

Jim and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joani was a very special person. She made the lives of those around her better. Her legacy and caring spirit will continue through the lives she impacted.

Posted by:
Beth and Avis Schenk

Posted on:
May 26, 2021

We are so very sorry for your loss! Joanie was so kind and always the best at listening to her patients. She never made us feel as if she was in a hurry and we always looked forward to seeing her at appointments. Her ability to care was obvious! God bless you all during this difficult time.

Posted by:
LeRoy & Janis Poppe

Posted on:
May 26, 2021

To the family of Joanie, Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you even though we don't know you personally. Joanie was such a special lady. She was the one who first pushed me for a colonoscopy back in 2004 which saved my life. LeRoy and I just saw her in ER on last Wed. She was always so caring and compassionate. She always had a smile and conversation when I saw her at the grocery store or DQ. She will be missed by soooooo many. Let your memories bring you smiles, your family and friends give you comfort and God grant you peace. Our love and sympathy to you all. LeRoy and Janis Poppe

Posted by:
Karla Volmert Briggs

Posted on:
May 25, 2021

Jim and family - We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Joanie. Please know we are sending our love and prayers to you all. Each and every time Jim and Joanie visited MIssouri they made sure to make a stop to see my parents, Ray and Shirley, at the farm. I always felt and remember the glorious and vivacious personality gleaming from Joanie. She had a loving spirit that shone like the sun! May her good and warm memories keep you going, may the perpetual light shine upon her. In prayers and thoughts, Stuart and Karla (Volmert) Briggs

Posted by:
Deanne Twehus

Posted on:
May 25, 2021

Dear Jim & family, My heart broke to hear the news of Joanie's passing! I remember all the fun times we shared when you all came to visit our family in Missouri. I would always get so excited when I knew you all would be coming to visit. Joanie always had a smile and a kind word about everyone. She was so proud of her family and her grandkids as she would share pictures and talk about them so fondly. Her beautiful smile would just light up the room! Hold tight to all the great memories and lean on each other duirng this most difficult time. Hugs and prayers for you all!

Posted by:
Angi Klitz

Posted on:
May 25, 2021

My deepest sympathy to all of you. Joan was such a beautiful and kind person; I feel blessed to have known her. You will all remain in my prayers. Wishing you God's love and peace in the days ahead and always.

Posted by:
Bob and Cindy Scherer

Posted on:
May 25, 2021

Sincere sympathy to the Yosten family - we are so sorry for your loss. A beautiful lady who will be greatly missed by all.

Posted by:
John Boyer

Posted on:
May 25, 2021

Yosten Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I was on the Statistics faculty at Kansas State with Joan's father Arlin. We were good friends and often talked about our families. He was very proud of Joan and told me all about each of you. He was especially proud of the hard work she put in to become a PA and the way the family pitched in and supported her and made it happen. It was clear this was an effort on the part of all of you. I have friends in West Point who subsequently told me how much they valued her for both her PA/medical work and her wonderful personality. Condolences from me and my family. I hope your life is rich with warm memories of Joan. Peace. John Boyer (now in York Nebraska)

Posted by:
Brandi Anderson

Posted on:
May 24, 2021

I am so sorry for you loss Jim and family. May god wrap his arms around all of you to get you through this thought time. God bless

Posted by:
Mary Herian

Posted on:
May 24, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Jim, the boys and their families. Joanie was a very special lady. I enjoyed working with her when she first started at the hospital when I was also a nurse there. She had so much compassion for her patients. He family meant yhe world to her. She will be missed by many. Rest in God's arms sweet lady.

Posted by:
Randy and Donna Davis

Posted on:
May 24, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss of Joan. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Jim and family. Joan will be missed greatly. She was a beautiful person. God be with you all at this time.

Posted by:
Staci Jensen

Posted on:
May 23, 2021

My sympathy goes out to Jim, their boys and their families. Joanie had such a bright personality, great sense of humor, and was a wonderful PA.