November 3, 1941 – June 30, 2018
Joanne Sullwold, 76, Kansas City North, passed away June 30, 2018 at her home. Memorial services are 11:00 AM Friday, July 6th with visitation at 10:00 AM, at the McGilley Antioch Chapel.
Joanne was a life-long resident of Missouri. She retired from Sprint after 30 years of employment. Joanne was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Mildred Tardiff; and son, Trent Goodrich.
Survivors include her husband, David Sullwold; 3 daughters, Paige Darby, Shay Milne and Carrie King; grandchildren, Chloe Milne and Evan Edward; 3 step-daughters; and 7 step grandchildren; and 3 step great grandchildren.
- David Sullwold, Husband
- Paige Darby, Daughter
- Shay Milne, Daughter
- Carrie King, Daughter
- Chloe Milne, Grandchild
- Evan Edward, Grandchild
- Memorial Visitation Friday, July 6, 2018
- Memorial Service Friday, July 6, 2018
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July 5, 2018
I have done Joanne’s hair every 3 weeks for almost 20 years. She followed me to 3 different salons. So there were A LOT of talks & things shared. She gave me Christmas gifts every single year. She would always stop at Wendy’s before she came in. I work in a private room & we always laughed because still after being in this salon I’m in now for 3 1/2 years I would have to tell her which way to go when she left my room. Her last few appointments I told her that maybe someday she would get it. She will be greatly missed & never forgotten.
July 4, 2018
She caught me when I damn near fell to the ground: all of Milan’s lymph-nodes were swollen. Doctor called & said, “We need to test him for cancer.” She stayed close to me when Rosa died. Miranda told her, “Take care of my daughter for me,” She said, “I will.” And she did! I broke the necklace I’d given Rosa in a meeting and I panicked when I couldn’t find the tiny baby-shoe charm. I thought it was fitting: she took care of all the babies. I didn’t know it at the time but I was pregnant with Milan! She helped me look for it until we found it! I never wore it again: couldn’t bear the thought of losing it! The last time I spoke to her she said, “Out of sight, out of mind.” I responded, “NEVER, you (your kindness) will forever remain on my mind!”