Joan Marie Alickson
January 19, 1967 – February 29, 2020
Joan Marie Alickson, age 53, of Eagan, formerly of Arlington, TX, passed away February 29, 2020 into a pain free life. Beloved by all who knew her, her playful disposition will be missed. She enjoyed watching the Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Twins, and continued to love and enjoy the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers after moving to Minnesota. She also enjoyed working at ProAct over the course of 18 years.
Joan is preceded in death by her father, Rudy and mother, Lucille. She is survived and will be deeply missed by her brothers, Bob (Linda) Marshall, Keith Randolph, Craig Randolph and Brian Randolph; niece, Jennifer Marshall; nephew, Chris Marshall; and nieces, Shanna Booher, Megan Randolph and Nicole Randolph.
A Celebration of her Life will be held SATURDAY, March 7, 2020 at 2:00 pm with Visitation from 1:00 - 2:00 pm at WULFF GODBOUT FUNERAL HOME, 560 W. 7th St., St. Paul. Interment will be in Arlington, TX with her mother and father.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to ndss.org
- National Down Syndrome Society
- Visitation Saturday, March 7, 2020
- Celebration of Life Saturday, March 7, 2020
Joan Marie Alickson
March 6, 2020
I will never forget Joan, she had a special place in my heart. She would come through the work floor door and always greet me saying, "Good morning girl, how's Gina". At break she would have her pop and always tell me what kind it was. At lunch she always ate her sandwich first, then her chips, fruit cup and lastly her water. She was very proud of her classes and made it a point to come to my desk to show me all her art work. And the many times we joked around, I would playfully pull on her pony tail and her response was, knock it off girl or cut it out. Then she would playfully slap me. She really enjoyed singing along and doing the emotions to the itsy bitsy spider. She talked about her brother a lot, you had a very special sister. She was very much loved by her Pro Act family and her smiley face will be missed.
March 5, 2020
i will miss little joni as she comes in to work I sometimes would push her down the hallway and shake her chair and she would tell me to knock it off - quit it - stop it - and then she would laugh. She talked about her brother alot so brother joni really loved you. She is now in the arms of our precious Jesus and she is no longer in that chair I just hope she doesnt tell Jesus to knock it off!!! I hope that as time passes all of you will receive peace for Jesus loves all of you also.
In Loving Memory of my friend joni