OBITUARY

Joan E. Steele

5 April, 194710 November, 2020

Joan E. Steele, 73, of Pataskala, Ohio passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020. She was born April 5, 1947 in Youngstown, Ohio to Carl A. and Novella D. (Chapman) Steele. Joan retired as a nurse from the Ohio State University Medical Center transplant team. She loved spending time with her puppies, Sammy and Frazier. Joan is survived by siblings Doreen (Ronald) Wright and John C. Steele; nieces and nephews Natalie (William) Wilkinson, Ronald Wright Jr., and Stephanie (Joe) Hutter; several great-nieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews; good friends and caregivers Dusty Spon and Sheri Powell; and a host of other family, friends, and loved ones. She is preceded in passing by parents Carl A. and Novella D. (Chapman) Steele, and niece Christine Steele. Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home is honored to be assisting with the cremation arrangements. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made in Joan’s name to the Licking County Humane Society.

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Tamara Tuttle

11 December 2020

I just wanted to send hugs to all of Joanie's loved ones. I live (with my family and 2 pups) in the house next door to Joanie's, and when her health started failing a few years ago, I would send a message to check in on her every few weeks or so. She always was up for a laugh and eager to talk about her 2 fur babies! Our pups also loved Frazier and Sammy, and would chat with them regularly via the gap under the fence. We already miss Joanie (and her sweet pups). Peace to all of you during this holiday season.

Marilyn Stanislaw

18 November 2020

I worked with Joanie at Westinghouse in Sharon Pa around 1965 and she then left to become a nurse. We were very good friends and so sorry to hear of her passing. Thank you so much for sharing that news.

barbara roshon

18 November 2020

Working with you at Campus hemodialysis is such a happy memory. You were a kind, intelligent, funny voice of reason in a sometimes chaotic atmosphere.

Nancy Ruff

18 November 2020

Joanie u will be missed. U were a good boss a good friend last time I talked to u .u were talking coming to visit Phx God bless u my.friend love u

Barbara Horton

18 November 2020

Joanie you're such a loving woman and full of spunk. I am glad I got the chance to know you in Transplant and remained friends after you retired. Rest easy sis you've earned your wings. ❤

Dusty Spon

11 November 2020

I we’ll miss you dearly my friend “MIS REBEL” we had so many fun memories of “oh no ones havin a bad day on my watch😑🙄🤷🏻‍♀️“ your safe and in your Parents arms you talked alot about your dad your safe and outta pain now I miss today 😭😭and I we’ll think of you every OHIOSTATE game from now on🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️😭😭tell I see you again miss rebel 😂🤣 I know your Laughing 😆 I called u miss rebel 😆🤣😂😍🥰😘😭😭🙏🏻🙏🏻✅