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Lincoln Memorial Park & Funeral Home

11801 SE Mt Scott Blvd., Portland, OR

OBITUARY

Joan Frances Roisland

June 23, 1943November 30, 2019
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Joan was born in Portland to Billy Calvin and Vivian Frances (Stubbs) Cummins. She worked for Fred Meyer as a Nutrition Manager and Price Changer, retiring in 2008. She was married to Glenn Gilmore Roisland.

Mrs. Roisland was preceded in death by her brother Raymond Reynolds Dailey, Jr in 1968, her partner of 25 years Richard Harrell, and by her son John Roisland in 2019, and is survived by children Robin Sullivan of Pebble Beach, CA, Charles Roisland of Damascus, OR, and Timothy Roisland of Boise, ID; and by five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

A Reception and Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home in Portland.

Services

  • Reception and Celebration of Life Saturday, January 18, 2020

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Joan Frances Roisland

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Taylor Sullivan

January 18, 2020

My grandma was the most amazing woman I’ve known, next to my mom. She was such a beautiful, sweet lady and I miss her so much. I’m so great full and lucky I got to spend the time I did with her. When I had no one, no friends she was always there for me, she would listen to anything I had to say good or bad and she never grudged anything. She would listen and help with advice, or we would have great talks about who knows what but I loved any and all of our conversations. Growing up we did so much together! Going to her house was my favorite thing to do, because every time I went there me and her would always garden and she loved to garden! It was always so beautiful, and she would save all the news paper comics for us to read together when I’d come over. Her house was the best! She lit up any room she went into with a great smile or how she was so quick with jokes. My grandma was a beautiful soul and I know she knows how much she was loved and how much everyone misses her. I hope she’s happy up there with everyone else who was taken from our life to soon.. I love you so much grandma and always will❤️

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