Joanne M.  Edwards

October 04, 1953 - March 17, 2020


Joanne M. Edwards

Age 66, of Cranberry Township, on Tuesday , March 17, 2020. Daughter of the late Joseph and Maria Marck; wife of Charles C. Edwards; loving mother of two children and their spouses: Ian C. Edwards (Cindy) and Lyndsey Edwards O’Connor (Kala); proud grandmother of Seth and Luke Edwards; sister of John Marck and Nancy Calderon; also survived by many loving friends. Joanne loved creating and appreciating art, whether through drawing or writing, and seeing in nature the presence of God as the “Quintessential Artist.” She was deeply spiritual and had a profound faith in Jesus Christ, with whom she walked for her entire life, taking up her own cross through her courageous 27-year battle with multiple sclerosis. She also had a robust, infectious sense of humor that brought joy and levity into the lives of those she touched. Services private. In lieu of flowers, for those that are able, make memorial contributions to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. You can also honor Joanne by taking a moment to express gratitude to someone you love, engage in a random act of kindness, make someone feel heard, and practice laughter as a form of holiness. Arrangements entrusted to Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry.

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  • Terry K. Frost

    My thoughts Chuck are with you and your family at this most difficult time. The love you have for your family always shines through.
    Peace always.
    Terry

  • Leonard Banks

    Chuck our prayers are with you and the family. Be encouraged brother.

  • Dave Calderon

    We love you Joanne and miss you. Prayers for you and the family. May you rest in peace.

  • Nancy Marck Calderon

    Love you and miss you dearly Joanne. Many fond memories of you will always be in my heart. I remember one funny memory when you were a very young toddler. Mom made chocolate pudding and we sat on the floor, in the kitchen leaning our backs against the wall, you smiling and said, “carpoon” as you took your first spoonful into your mouth. John and I laughed so hard. You are now another bright shining star at night and a beautiful butterfly by day. Rest In Peace now that you are home with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

 

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