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JoAnn Climpson

November 09 , 1942 - October 07 , 2019

JoAnn Climpson
JoAnn Climpson
1942 - 2019

Visitations:

Saturday, October 12, 2019
1:00 ~ 6:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Services:

Saturday, October 12, 2019
6:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Entombment in Michigan Memorial Park

Memorials:

Obituary

CLIMPSON, JoAnn, age 76, of Carleton, she passed away at home with family on October 07, 2019. She was a beloved wife of the late Paul Climpson. Loving mother of Lesa McKesson, Denise (John) Bale, Tammy Climpson and Joseph Climpson. Loving grandmother of Jason Richardson, Ashley Bale, Breeann (Sid) DeHaan, Dallas (Todd) Martin, Tyler Bale and Trey Cox Climpson and great-grandmother of Weston Hayes. She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, shopping, traveling and fine dining. She is preceded in death by her parents Joseph and Thelma Brindley. Her adventurous and loving nature will be missed by any life she touched.

Condolences:

I'm am heart broken .. may god hold you all in his arms at this time of sorrow . JO was the kindest person, and was so good to me for so many years. I love you Jo . Shellie duvall

I can't say enough about the loss so many are feeling. I am sending prayers to the whole family. I know you are happy to be in the loving arms of Paul. Until we meet again my friend RIP. Dolly Theisen

I am so sorry for your loss. JoAnn was a very wonderful woman and always had a smile on her face. I always enjoyed talking to her when I worked at the Circle K in town. I will be praying for the family and friends. Rest in Peace JoAnn. You will definitely be missed by all. Rhonda Hudson

I remember 2 specific things about JoAnn. Once when I was in the Carleton Pharmacy she and one of her co-workers got a package in the mail. When they opened it, it was a HUGE bar of Hershey's chocolate. I was so jealous! Of course, I was 11 years old. Another time, I went into the pharmacy and tried to steal some caps (for a cap gun). JoAnn caught me and I thought for sure I was going to get into big trouble. She just asked me to put them back and explained to me why stealing is wrong. Her punishment for me was that I could not go into the pharmacy for a whole week. I thought she was so mean for that, but later I realized that she was just teaching me a lesson. I'm so glad to have known her. Andrew John Vergowven

Jo was such an amazing person. I don't have enough room to say everything I could say. She was a sweet, hilarious, warm, fun lady. My love and prayers to the family, especially Lesa and Denise. Rosemary Knowles (Galloway)