Schimunek Funeral Home

610 W MacPhail Rd, Bel Air, MD


Joan Frances Fortier

11 junio , 193319 febrero , 2020

On February 19, 2020, Joan F. Fortier (nee Rolfes) passed away. She was the beloved wife of the late Paul J. Fortier, Jr.; devoted mother of Paul Fortier, III and his wife Kim, Mark Fortier, David Fortier and his wife Joann, James Fortier and his wife Jennifer, and Patricia Shriver and her husband Craig; loving grandmother of James Fortier and his wife Jennifer, John Fortier and his wife Nichol, Andrew Fortier and his wife Monica, Sarah Cummings, Laura Fortier, Katie Smith and her husband Brendon, Grant Fortier, and Stephen, Elizabeth, and Grace Shriver; cherished great-grandmother of Alexis, Rylee, Carter, Jaxson, and Savannah; dear sister of the late Geraldine Martin and Roberta Scogna. Also survived by many loving extended family members and friends. A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Marks Catholic Church (Fallston) on Saturday March 7th at 11 am. Interment private.


  • Memorial Mass sábado, 7 marzo , 2020


Joan Frances Fortier


Larry Zahner

22 febrero , 2020

Aunt Joan was giving and thoughtful. Let’s talk GREEN MOLD. It was a Thanksgiving staple that she made and I loved. And because of this I got and I got and I got GREEN MOLD. It became the internal Joke But that was between me and Aunt Joan. She treated me like a son and although the families grew apart over the years she will always be my Aunt Joan and her family will always be my family. To Paul, Mark, David, Jimmy and Patricia please know your mom is always in my heart and you will always be my family. My prayers for Aunt Joan and I know she is with Uncle Paul and looking down wondering what all the fuss is about as she now has eternal happiness.

Karen Webber - Flesher

21 febrero , 2020

Aunt Joan had a beautiful smile. Growing up some of my best memories are visiting her, Uncle Paul and my cousins down at there shore house. I remember swimming with my cousins, eating crabs and corn on the cob on the back lawn and uncle Paul shooting off fireworks. My biggest regret is that we did not stay connected when we all grew up! Comfort comes knowing that she is reunited with her husband and my grand mom Hartman! I will be praying for all of her children and their family! May she Rest In Peace! Love, Karen Webber