Joan Pugh

November 5, 1932July 10, 2018

Joyce (Joan) Pugh went to be with her Lord & Savior Jesus Christ earlier this month. Joan was a dear Christian woman, a dedicated wife, a loving mother to their 4 children, and a faithful friend to many. She enjoyed helping others in a quiet way. She also loved small children, animals, sewing doll clothes and decorating doll houses. She was an accomplished pianist and played the accordion as well. Above all else, serving her Savior was the most important thing to her.

Remaining family members include: Her 4 Children (& their 3 spouses) - Bruce (& Patty), Janet (& Michael), Nancy, Paul (& Giuliana); 1 Brother (& his spouse) - Gerald (& Pat); 8 Grandchildren - Leah & Christopher, Andrew, Brian, Melinda & Jonathan, Sydney & Sophie; & 3 Great- Grandchildren. Her husband of 54 years, Paul Pugh Sr., preceded her into heaven 13 years earlier. She also has many other spiritual brothers and sisters in the one body of Jesus Christ, all of whom have this same eternal hope of being with The Lord and all those who love Him forever. (Please see Titus 3:5-7, 1Cor. 12:12-13, 1 Thess. 4:15-18)


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Scott & Luz Grove

July 17, 2018

Greetings Bruce, Janet, Nancy, and Paul,

We are very grateful for your mother (Mrs. Pugh to us). She was such a blessing in many ways... her tenderness toward the LORD and her faith in His promises.

We remember her friendliness, warmth, and humility. She had a deep love for others and often minimized her own suffering, preferring to talk about something positive.

Her smile was such a blessing to us as was her gratitude for little things. We enjoyed her stories and her music. We are already missing her as are each of you.

We are confident that both your mother and your father repented of their sins in this life, were forgiven by God, and redeemed by the blood of His Son Jesus Christ.

We are comforted to know that they are both now being comforted in the presence of their/our Creator. (2Corinthians 5:8, Luke 23:43, Romans 10:13, Luke 16:25)

Joe and Phyllis Cotten

July 13, 2018

To the Pugh family
Your dear mother is where she wanted to be and what joy there is in the presence of the Lord. You can rest in the everlasting arms of the Lord for your comfort because Joan will be missed very much by her children and grandchildren. As a lifelong friend I will miss her too. Many memories come to mind especially after we both married and had children. We were together many times when you all came to our house or our children went to .yours. Joan never seemed to mind that children would make messes as she had them all help to pick up. We took your parents on a trip to Tex. And Okla. and later took Joan a few times. It was always a blessing to be around her. The last thing she said to me as we hugged just before we left on a two week trip was "I love you". That is a special memory to me and also how she depended on Joe after your dad went to be with the Lord.
She lived a life srrong in the Lord.
With love to each one
Joe and Phyllis