ForeverMissed
On Thursday, April 1, 2021, JoAnn Dyer, loving wife of William Dyer and mother of four children, passed away at the age of 72. 
JoAnn was born on June 15th, 1948 in Onaway, Michigan to Harold and Laura Robinson. 
She raised four children, Glynn, Kevin, Larry, and  Tammy Durnen. 
JoAnn had a wild and adventurous spirit. She had a passion for the outdoors and glistened under the the Florida sun with her toes in the sand, and a drink in her hand. Her laugh was infectious, and her energy burned bright.  

She loved caring for her orchids, and her porch was full of these beautiful flowers. 
She created so many special memories for her family and friends to hold on to dearly. She adored her grandchildren and cherished the summers they spent together. 
JoAnn was preceded in death by parents, and four siblings, Harold Junior, Richard, Kenneth, and Peggy Robinson. 
She is survived by her husband William, her four children, grandchildren; Jacob Durnen, Chelsea Jane Durnen, Spirit Durnen, Jacob Durnen, Darien Durnen, Sierra Guilbault, Kevin Dunnett and great grandson, Benjamin Anderson.  
A funeral service will be held on Sunday, April 4th, 2021 at the Branham Funeral Home at 2 o’clock p.m. Flowers or donations may be sent to 809 North Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL 33030. 
Posted by Jamie Scheett on April 4, 2021
Aunt Joann will be sorely missed!! She will always have a special place in my heart for her adventurous spirit and love of life!! I'd like to say her spirit lives in me!! Her love of Orchids certainly does!!

She was a true blessing to know, she probably didn't even know the impact she had on those around her. All my love to my cousins!! We may not see each other as often as we'd like, or should, just know you are loved and my heart reaches out to you during this time of loss!

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Posted by Jamie Scheett on April 4, 2021
Aunt Joann will be sorely missed!! She will always have a special place in my heart for her adventurous spirit and love of life!! I'd like to say her spirit lives in me!! Her love of Orchids certainly does!!

She was a true blessing to know, she probably didn't even know the impact she had on those around her. All my love to my cousins!! We may not see each other as often as we'd like, or should, just know you are loved and my heart reaches out to you during this time of loss!
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Shared by Tiffany Renee on April 8, 2021
I’ll always be grateful for all the love you gave me and the memories we shared. You were truly one of a kind Aunt JoAnn. Your spirit will live on through all those who knew and loved you. 

I’ll never forget my trip to Florida when you took me to Disney World, Cocoa Beach, and to all the Florida Keys except Key West, because “The Weirdos Come out at Night” and I was too young then for such shenanigans.

You had this way about you, that just lit up a room. You were so full of life and love.

The last time we spoke, you advised me with your famous phrase, and I’ll always take that advice with me.  

Thank you for being who you are, and also raising one of the most amazing amazing people who is such an important part of my life now. Tammy has so much of your spirit, and I promise to always be there for her and her children. I love you.
Shared by Tammy Durnen on April 6, 2021
 I miss you so much mom! My heart is bleeding! What a horrible deep emptiness without you here...