Andrew J. McGann & Son Funeral Home

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Joellyn Marie Darrah-Frundle

July 7, 1967March 14, 2020

Joellyn Marie Darrah-Frundle, age 52, passed away while surrounded by family on March 14, 2020. Loving wife of over 33 years to Neal S. Frundle; Cherished mother to Katherine, Emily, and Grace; Big Mama to Christopher, Ella, and Gordon; Dear sister to the late Christopher and Jennifer Darrah; Beloved niece and cousin to many. Joellyn was preceded in death by her parents, Michael and Christine Darrah. Private services will be held for Joellyn in lieu of traditional services due to the current health events. Burial will take place at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. For more information, please contact 773-783-7700.


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Maggie Sheehan

March 19, 2020

Although I never had the pleasure to meet Joellyn, I always knew she was a wonderful person because she raised Katherine, a daughter who is such a thoughtful, caring and loving lady.
My deepest sympathy to your entire family and may God be waiting with open arms at the gates of heaven for you!
Love Maggie Sheehan

Susan Darrah

March 16, 2020

Heartfelt condolences to all Joellyn's family at this sad time. She will be long remembered as a kind and loving person.

Edmond Burke

March 16, 2020

We are terribly sorry to hear this sad news. Molly and I always loved Joellyn , her brother, Christopher and her sister, Jennifer so much. It is terrible loss for her dear husband, her lovely children and her family. Love, Uncle Ed and Aunt Molly

Laura Olund

March 16, 2020

Such a beautiful person. Prayers for the whole family.

Laura rice olund

debbie phebus

March 16, 2020

Oh my Jojo!! You were the first friend I made when I moved out here. Nicolas was 1 when we met and even after we stopped working together, we kept in touch by hanging out with the kids, family parties, etc. I mostly enjoyed our lunches where it was just you and I for over 2 hours of food and laughs! Oh the laughs! I wish I could have seen you one more time to remind you of how much you meant to me and how much I love you. You will be forever in my heart and terribly missed. To Neil, Emily, Grace and my dear Kaycee. I love you all and I'm here for you all, even if it's just for a listening ear. I love you all. RIP my dear friend.

Pat Baldauf

March 16, 2020

A beautiful spirit that returned home too early. Love and prayers to the family. Courageous to the end! 🕊