- 65 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 20, 1949
- Place of birth:
San Francisco, California, United States
- Date of passing: Nov 28, 2014
- Place of passing:
San Mateo, California, United States
|Let the memory of Joanie be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joanie Nack, 65, born on April 20, 1949 and passed away on November 28, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Please feel free to add stories and photos that reflect your time spent with Joanie. A quick tribute can also be left right below. Thanks for visiting!
"Hi Joanie, It's so true that we forget how very special some of our friends are until they are no longer here. Looking through the pictures and seeing your lovely face brings back memories of the fun times we shared and how kind and thoughtful you always were. Quick to laughter while always aware of what really mattered in life....of like minds and spirit in so many ways, I've missed you while away these past years but even more so today.
It was my privilege to have shared some time here with you...Thank you for always remembering my birthday and Christopher's, which was pretty easy, being the same date as yours. Take care for now and keep an look out for the rest of us...Catch you later.
"The friendship between our families began in the old Millbrae Broadway Market when our parents heard each other speaking Dutch. Joanie and I were three or four years old. Our parents were best friends. As kids our families shared almost every Saturday night together, along with Christmas and other holidays. Joanie was my oldest friend. Though we didn’t get together much since our twenties, we would see each other occasionally. We spent some hours together in April. I’m so glad of that. We did a lot of catching up, and were both excited about our newborn grandkids. Condolences to Milly, John and Mike."
"I knew Joanie for about 20 years. she always sent me a Christmas gift or card. My best rememberance of Joanie was when she asked me to help her hire someone to answer the phone for EMAC and give out numbers. We decided to hire Shelley. who was a real number/idiot. One time I remember she came to me, because we did not have air conditioning where we were working, and said she needed to go home and I told her that she needed to talk to Joanie since she was her boss. And Shelley did. And was told no she could not go home. Joanie was a smart person and would not just let her go home or she would ask every day. So Shelley decided she would cut off the legs of her jeans and went into the bathroom and did just that. And Joanie came and got me to show me what she did and all I could do was laugh. Shelley was an idiot."
"I will love you always, Joanie! You are one of my angels now. I am so grateful for you, and all that you taught me about life and friendship.
Your BFF, Debbie"
Have a suggestion for us?