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Joann D. Dauma

April 3, 1936 - February 4, 2013

Joann Dauma passed away February 4th, 2013 at her home in Sunset, UT. Joann was born April 3rd, 1936 in Cheyenne, WY. She married her high school sweetheart shortly after graduating. She worked for 30 years as a secretary to the Methodist church. She was a Cub Scout leader, an accomplished personal taxi driver to dance lessons and recitals, and a charitable person by volunteering at Shriners Hospital. She has been an avid member of the Masonic society. Within that society she was crowned Queen of the Nile and Worthy Grand Matron of the Ogden Chapter of Eastern Star. Joann knew how to cook up a feast, she always cooked for 60 even if there were only 10 coming. Her family knew that around the holidays you could always plan on 20 batches of cookies and some of the best darn hot rolls in town! We will all miss her, her laugh, and her favorite saying “Oh, you kids!” She is survived by her husband Richard; their children John (wife Elaine), Janet (husband Tim Cottrell), Jeff (wife Shelley), and Julie (husband Paul Miloa); Grandchildren Sanya, Jennifer, Brad, Falisha, Anne-Marie, and Ryan; 3 Great-Grandchildren Riley, Ryan, and Evan. As well as her sisters Judy & Jean, both in Wyoming.Per her wishes there will be no formal services held. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary. Please send the family your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Timeline for Joann D. Dauma

Born: April 3, 1936
Died: February 4, 2013

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Jenifer George Wambold posted on 2/11/13

Aunt Joann was a wonderful lady! All my love to her family and friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Julie Miol posted on 2/10/13

To the best Mom anyone could have had. Always a lending ear, and a hand to help. May you rest in peace now.All my love,Julie

 

Aggie Auer posted on 2/10/13

Richard, I was shocked to hear of Joann's passing. She was such a lovely, stately lady and looked up to her as a roll model. She was the Recorder of Lybia Temple #32 when I was queen and was always so helpful. May God be with you and your family to confort you at this very difficult time.

 

Joseph C Matson posted on 2/8/13

To Richard and Family our sincere condolences on the loss of Joann. She was a great lady and our friend.Joe and Marion Matson

 

Debra May posted on 2/8/13

I'm so sorry to hear of the world losing a grand lady. Joann was such a class act. She will be missed.

 

John & Maryann Castagno posted on 2/6/13

Dear Richard & Family,We were very sorry to hear of Joann's passing. She was a very lovely lady and we enjoyed her friendship very much. She will be sorely missed by all who knew her.

 

CB and Maryon Brooks posted on 2/6/13

Very sorry to read of Joann's passing. She is remembered as a lovely, fun loving and caring lady. May God's blessing and strength help you in this time of need. Sincerely, CB and Maryon

 

Bill "Curly Bill" Long posted on 2/6/13

Dear Richard and Dauma family,Sincere condolences from Lorraine & I on the passing of Joann. May the peace of God be with you all.Bill "Curly Bill" Long

 

Margo K. Bird posted on 2/6/13

Dear Richard and Family,I was so saddened to hear of Joann's passing. I first met her in 1986 when she and I served as appointed Grand Officer's in Barbara Youngberg's Grand family. She was such an accomplished person and I admired her greatly. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.Margo Bird

 

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