Condolence: Dear Lauer family,
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your Aunt Jo. She was a fine,spiritual woman who loved helping others. The thought from our heavenly father,Jehovah God, found in Proverbs 11:25 "The generous person will prosper,And whoever refreshes others will himself/herself be refreshed" will always remind me of Jo. She will be sadly missed by many.
I am so grateful to have been able to talk to Jo this past spring when she stopped by my cousin John's estate sale on Chestnut. My grandmother and her mother were good friends and neighbors, and we were able to reminisce about those memories. Her brother Tony was a good friend of my brothers, and I told her I had a photo of him taken on Park Avenue. I am saddened to think I will no longer encounter her smiling face and warm welcomes anymore when I am in Kane. My deepest condolences to all of you. Karen Gentilman Clopp
I will never forget and will be forever grateful the care and love Jo showed my mother for many years...she is a true angel. My heartfelt condolences to each of you, as I know she loved you all deeply. I will miss her, may she Rest In Peace.
Condolence: Dear Karen, Jen, Lauren, Nathan and families,
I am so sad to hear of Jo's passing. She was so sweet and welcoming when I moved to Kane. I'll always treasure her friendship towards my Aunt Annabel and myself. We did keep in touch after my move back to Florida and had some fun conversations. Jo was a very special lady and will be missed. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.