Joanna M. Glidden
December 14, 1934 – October 18, 2020
Joanna M. Glidden, 85, of Lisbon, Maine passed away peacefully on October 18, 2020, at Androscoggin Hospice House. Joanna, born December 14, 1934 was the daughter of Alonzo and Emma Albert in St. Agatha, Maine. After graduating from Lisbon High School, she moved to California, where she lived and worked for many years. She returned to Lisbon Falls in 1975 and married Allen S. Glidden in 1977. They later moved to California and Georgia, before returning to Lisbon in 2005. Joanna is survived by 3 stepchildren, Kenneth Glidden of Boston, MA, Daniel Glidden of Westford, MA, and Marcia Glidden Sweeney of Pembroke, NH, 10 grandchildren, Jessica, Michael, Jeffrey, David, Andy, Elise, Caitlyn, and Jonathan Glidden, Matthew and Benjamin Sweeney, and 4 great-grandchildren, Eleanor, Isabella, Willa, and Killian Glidden, and siblings, Robert Albert and wife Sharon of Yucaipa, CA, John Albert of Lisbon Falls, ME, Richard Albert and wife Debra of Bridgton, ME, Roland Albert and wife Merilyn of San Dimas, CA and sister Diane Albert Clark of Palermo, ME, 17 nieces and nephews, and several great and grand nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she is pre-deceased by her husband and best friend of 28 years, Allen S, Glidden, 3 sisters, Claudette Albert Blais, Georgette Albert Smets and Carol Albert Whitman. Joanna was a member of the South Lewiston Baptist Church for many years. She and Allen were avid bowlers and cribbage players. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends. God Bless You Joanna!! In memoriam, donations can be made to the South Lewiston Baptist Church, PO Box 2311, Lew. ME 04241. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Crosman Funeral Home 40 Main St. Lisbon Falls.
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Joanna M. Glidden
Tammera Albert Rangel
October 26, 2020
Auntie Jo was such a big part of me. Not only my Aunt but my Godmother, she shared her love for family, always making it the most important in our lives. She shared her love of Jesus, taking us to church, praying as we gathered and sharing her faith. Her hugs were always warm, cushy and the best feeling, not only when I was little but grown too. I spent many summers with her, she taught me to knit, which I never picked up very well. Play cribbage, card games and even how to shuffle the cards. She was always so joyful, rarely did she scold me but I never wanted to give her a reason too. I was so very happy to bring my younger two children to visit and stay with her in Maine. So proud and excited for her to meet my four kids and husband when she came to California. God's timing is always perfect. It brings a smile to my face when I thought about all those who greeted you in heaven. I will miss you so much but I know we will see each other again. We love you ❤️ Forever in my heart Auntie Jo🦋
October 24, 2020
A lady well loved ... by her friends, her famiy, her church, her husband and her Lord. Joanna, I will miss talking with you ... I will miss stitching with you ... I will miss praying with you. When I woke the morning after you had passed, the sun was so very bright ... I just knew it was Alan greeting you with open arms and a big smile on his face. "Together again" is an awsome thing. I praise God for the honor of knowing you!