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In Memory

JoAnne Fleischmann

JoAnne Fleischmann

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09/07/10 10:56 AM #1    

Rita Martino (Ginocchio)

I was surprised and saddened to learn of Joanne's passing*  She was a friend from Washington Jr. High School years and along with me, a member of the Acapella Choir* I have fond memories of JoAnne during those days and was glad she achieved her desire to become a flight attendant as that was also my dream too but never fullfilled* JoAnne left a very soft footprint behind but her friendship to all who knew her will never be forgotten*  Rita (Martino) Ginocchio

03/21/11 10:46 PM #2    

Janet Leet (Hanson)

I think Rita said it best when she discribed JoAnne as, leaving a  "soft footprint".  I can recall her each morning as she boarded the school bus.  She had such a graceful entrance as she swung around that pole in front of the bus.  She was training for walking gracefully during turbulance in the friendly skies.  Janet Leet Hanson

04/11/13 12:48 AM #3    

Stephen Pagliaroni

JoAnne sat next to me in typing class with Mr. Hillier.  I next met her on a plane from London to Chicago, in July 1969.  She had transformed into the most beautiful person, it was her birthday.  She kept asking me questions about where I was from, and I kept playing stupid, until I ran out of answers, and confessed who I was. 

She kept bringing Jack Daniels/water all the way from London, and every time she brought me a fresh one, my wife kept asking who is she???  I do remember the encounter very well, and will always cherish the moment in time.


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