Joan Ellen Fletcher

February 4, 1953April 23, 2021

On April 23, 2021, Joan Ellen Fletcher (nee Hurlock) passed away. She was the beloved wife of Thomas Hunter Fletcher; dear sister of Audrey Jane Quick and her late husband Charles; cherished aunt of Christopher Grey and Bryan Quick. Also survived by many extended family and friends. A celebration of life service for Joan will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Joan’s name to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231, or the Humane Society of Harford County, 2208 Connolly RD, Fallston, MD 21047.


  • Thomas Hunter Fletcher, Husband
  • Audrey Jane Quick and her late husband Charles, Sister
  • Christopher Grey, Nephew
  • Bryan Quick, Nephew


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Diane Sullivan

May 1, 2021

Joan I still can't believe you're gone. I will never forget your smile & your hugs & your laugh. Cousins forever. The angels took you way too soon. Please give my mom & dad & granny a big hug from me. I'll miss you joan. I love you.

Audrey Quick

April 29, 2021

I will never ever forget you and all the memories we had together. You had the biggest heart and went way out to please people. I will always remember the card games and fun times down the Ocean with our scooters. You are probably up there having the time of your life. You had a big smile and everyone loved you. I was shocked to see you go. I will miss you forever but you are in my heart forever. Thanks for being you!!

Tyler & Hannah Barnum

April 28, 2021

Rest in paradise Joanie! We love you and will miss you deeply. Thanks for loving us all.

Theresa Correa

April 28, 2021

Joanie, you were such a wonderful woman with such a big spirit. You made everyone feel warm and welcomed. You smile was so bright and big and your heart just as big. You will be missed.

Kim Barnum

April 27, 2021

Joanie is one of a kind. She has the biggest heart and loves to have fun. She loves the beach club, card games and get-togethers. You could always count on Joanie, if you needed help in anyway. She loved catching up and was always supportive. I am grateful for the love she showed me and my kids. We all will miss her smile and caring ways. Love to you! Kim

Ted Carroll

April 27, 2021

Joanie was the epitome of family, whether it was through blood or friendship. She was always excited to see you, hug you tightly, and engage in conversation about anything and everything. Too many memories, smiles, and laughs to share, but we will all hold on to each one we experienced with her with love and pride. Joanie, you are a beautiful soul who will be loved and missed dearly forever.

Little Beanie

April 27, 2021

Aunt Joanie,

My sister could not have said it any better. You had a smell and a smile that could light up the room.

You were always my saving grace when I was bullied by Helen and Katie growing up! You would always give me the biggest hug and wouldn’t let go until I was safe. That’s your impact & legacy to me.

I can’t think about you without just smiling because you always had one on your face. We are so grateful for having you in our lives. Your hugs and smiles will be missed very dearly.

We love you and please watch over us💚

helen mcgeeney

April 27, 2021

Oh Aunt Joanie. How sweet all the memories. How your smile could light up any room and boy was it contagious. You always had the same smell I could never forget. Your hugs could last for days along with the lipstick stuck to my cheek! I wish I'd visited you more, but I am very grateful you were able to meet my fiancé and my children. You may have not been an aunt by blood but always by choice. I love you and the memory of you will live with me forever. Thank you for being a special person in my life and my family's lives. You will be forever loved and missed dearly. You fought so hard for so long. Rest in Paradise. Such a beautiful soul inside and out. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, Aunt Chris, and Tom. You were so loved. Your memories will stay with us forever. I am gratfeul for all of them. I am grateful that you had Mr. Tom. I am grateful you and Aunt Chrissy had a lifetime friend in each other, it was always amazing seeing you two get together. I am grateful I am able to treasure your beautiful memories. Please kiss my grandma for me! We love you always, Helen

Chrissy Carroll

April 26, 2021

I'm so numb right now, I can't imagine what my life is going to be without you in it. I'm so grateful for the 38 years we have had together. I will FOREVER miss you and your HUGE personality.

All the fun trips to Ocean City, Atlantic City {early years} Bingo Halls and of course the men's club, so MANY memories there,
The best was your wedding to Tom, how you glowed that day.
I was so honored to be part of your special day.

And now my best friend is in Heaven....... Your probably organizing right now!....Granny you do this, Rufus you do that, Oh wait, there's Sammy on another cloud, I have to go get him...I can see you now!!!

My heart is in pieces right now.....I love you to the moon and back.

Love Chrissy
Joe said he loves you and will miss you a lot. There is a big empty spot in my heart.

Katie Barnum

April 26, 2021

Ms. Joanie,

You will be missed dearly. I’ll forever cherish the game nights we shared and your presence at every celebration I had growing up. Those special times mean more to me than you’ll ever know.