Joan M. Mann

July 3, 1932 - August 4, 2020
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Joan Marie Mann, 88, passed away on August 4, 2020 in Venice, Florida. Joan was born on July 3, 1932 in Detroit, Michigan. She lived in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan until 1986 when she moved to Venice, Florida.

Joan loved her family, friends, and church. She was generous in donating her time to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. She was President of the ECW, on the alter guild, and led the ushers for 15 years. She was active in tutoring children at Grove Terrace.

She grew up in Detroit, Michigan and attended Cass Technical High School, where she excelled in music and playing the violin. She played on the radio and church recitals. She was married to George T. Mann for 37 years and had 3 children. She lived in Venice, Florida for 34 years where she loved her home and her community.

She is preceded in death by her husband George T. Mann, sister Barbara Arnold, mother Agnes Johnson, father James Lafarelle and so many close friends.

She is survived by her sister, Louise Shalda; her three children, Jim Mann (Jule), George Mann, Louise Lansing (Jim); four grandchildren, Jenny, Cheryl, Amy, Jeff and her three great-grandchildren Neela, Jay, Jack.

A memorial service will be determined at a later date.

In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Venice, Florida. Farley Funeral Home in Venice will be handling the arrangements.  A message of condolence may be sent by visiting www.farleyfuneralhome.com.

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Born: July 3, 1932
Died: August 4, 2020

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Blakie O’Dea posted on 8/13/20

Joan was one of the first to greet us when we bought at Venice Park. She pushed me to join the social committee and then she quit! Joan was special and always had a smile. We will miss her. Blakie & Tim O’Dea

 

Fred Chlamers posted on 8/13/20

Our condolences to Joan’s family. We only got acquainted with Joan in the last few years of her life as our next door neighbour in Venice Park. She always greeted us with her beautiful smile as though she had known us all our lives. We will surely miss her absence when we get to return to Venice from Canada. Mary and Fred Chalmers

 

Judy and Tony Turlenko posted on 8/12/20

Joan was an amazing woman. We used to see her around Venice on the island and spot her in many stores. Joan had an amazing love for her friends and family, Joan also loved to laugh. We are honored to have known her. May she rest in peace. Judy and Tony Turlenko Venice, Fl.

 

Mark Becker posted on 8/12/20

Our condolences to George and the rest of Joan’s family. We always enjoyed seeing and talking with her when at Venice Park. The Beckers

 

Pat Buller posted on 8/10/20

Joan and my Mom were best buddies and bridge partners. Their friendship goes way back to St. Stephens Episcopal church in Troy, Michigan. That friendship continued at Venice Park condos where they both resided. Joan loved picnics. While visiting my mother in Venice during spring break, Joan planned a picnic by the beach and included the whole Hotton/Beall clan. She will really be missed by all of us. With love, Pat Buller and family

 

Peggy Klempay posted on 8/10/20

My sympathies to the whole family. I have great memories of your mother. She was a great friend and bridge partner to my mother Betty Beall. I remember your parents once babysat our kids in Venice and took the boys to 2 jetties they were so excited, and your mom loved a picnic and always planned one at the beach when we were in Venice. A great women, may her memories help you through this time. Sincerely, Peggy Klempay

 

Kathy Sallade posted on 8/6/20

Joan and I shared a love for plants. She always had the biggest smile on her face when talking about her favorite plants outside her window. I will miss that radiant smile of hers. You will be missed by everyone at Venice Park. Rest in Peace, Joan.

 

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