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In loving memory of
Joan Lohmann
  • September 23, 1927
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  • May 20, 2017

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Joan Lohmann of Daytona Beach passed away on May 20, 2017. She was 89 years old and had been fighting colon cancer. She was born on September 23, 1927, in Brooklyn, NY, to Fred N. Garret Jr. and Anne Hassler Garrett.  She worked as a bank teller in New York where she met World War II veteran Albert Lohmann, Jr., whom she married in 1947.  Joan enjoyed reading, going to the beach, volunteering at the Epiphany Thrift Store and spending time with her family and friends.

She was predeceased by her husband in 1976 and is survived by daughter Carol (Bob) Pringle of Ormond Beach, FL, daughter Linde Dillard (Andre Pounds) of Denver, CO, and daughter Nancy (Bob, deceased) DeAlto of Highland Lakes, NJ; grandsons Tom Cargill (Sherena Williams) and Nick DeAlto  (Melissa Tadiello) and granddaughters Danielle DeAlto (Kyle Everett) and Jordan Pounds.

In lieu of a formal service, the family will scatter her ashes at a later date. Donations may be made to God’s Little Angels (Mary Barrs) at Suntrust Bank, 200 South Palmetto Ave., Daytona Beach, FL 32114.

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  1. Carol Pringle says:
    12 Dec 2017
    It is almost Christmas and we all miss you so much!! So much has happened in the last few months that we would like to share. Hopefully you already know what is going on it our lives. We know you are still around us.

    love Carol and Bob,

  2. Carol Pringle says:
    25 Jun 2017
    We miss you so much! Our lives are not the same without you. Hope you are still watching over everyone and sharing in our lives. You were a wonderful mother and grandmother. We had a fantastic childhood and life because of you and dad. Thank you for setting a good example. The people we have become are your doing. We will always love you.

  3. Margaret Olson says:
    24 Jun 2017
    Joan was a very dear friend of mine for more than 70 years. She was a wonderful kind and generous person. Lee and I always enjoyed our visits to see Joan. She will be missed. Love Maggi

  4. Stacey W. says:
    05 Jun 2017
    As a neighbor growing up I have fond memories of visiting Joan's house and playing at the beach with her family. Thank you Joan for making our neighborhood great!

  5. Nick & Arlene Garrett says:
    28 May 2017
    Joan was a favorite cousin, not having any siblings myself, I always felt she was more like a sister I never had than a cousin. Arlene & I will be missing her dearly, and her kindness & genorosity. I recall attending her wedding many years ago when I was about 8 or 9, and visiting her & Al in Radburn on many occassions. She will always hold a place in our lasting memorys.

  6. Yvonne Kucharski says:
    28 May 2017
    We will miss our friend!I will always remember that warm smile! I enjoyed all the happy times! She got us started going to our lunches at the school! As we continue our lunches we know she will always be there in our hearts!Love,Yvonne Kucharski

  7. Yvonne Kucharski lit a candle:
    28 May 2017
    Lit since May 28, 2017 at 5:08:30 AM

  8. Millie Call says:
    27 May 2017
    What a beautiful picture of Joan, just as I remember her...a ready smile and a twinkle in her eye. I just this morning had a "Joan moment". I was putting 2 childs step stools in my car when I recalled that Joan gave me those 2 stools 8 years ago for my grandchildren, who are now 10 and 8 years old. She always had a giving heart especially for our "pot luck friends" which she was a part of. She will be missed and in my thoughts and prayers, today, tomorrow and always. Rest in peace Joan. Love, Millie

  9. C. Sue Fitton says:
    27 May 2017
    I am blessed to have known Joan. I will always cherish the memories of her kindness, thoughtfulness and support, especially as a "Black Hawk Inn" customer. She, along with her numerous friends, made our student-operated restaurant (Spruce Creek High) a special event for training the culinary arts' students. They were "regular" customers and she "most faithful"! Time has gone too quickly, yet it was approximately 30 years ago she became my biggest fan and encourager in the culinary program and personally, too. I will miss her; the soft-spoken, inviting smile and the many gifts she gave to add to the dining room décor. Joan was a blessing and a delight to know.

  10. Daniel Holleran & Cynthia Streifer says:
    26 May 2017
    Joan was always one to greet us with smile and a hug, always kind words and compliments, such a lovely woman who we will miss terribly. But she will never be forgotten because she was a model of what a friend should be.

  11. Anthony & Stacy De Alto says:
    25 May 2017
    We have fond memories of Joan. She was such a lovely person with a huge heart. She was always smiling and had so much kindness. We remember how she opened her home to us when we would visit. Taking care of others made her happy. We will miss Joan. God bless you, Joan.

  12. Nick DeAlto says:
    25 May 2017
    Grandma you surely will be missed. You were a kind and loving person, who always helped others before helping yourself. Because of your influence and kindness I am a better person, as well as everyone who was fortunate to have met you. Daytona will never be the same without you there. Hopefully you are dancing around again. I love you and will always miss you!!

  13. Peg and Ed Harmon says:
    25 May 2017
    Joan was such a giving person who helped many people in her lifetime, all the while having fun and making sure that everyone else had fun, too. She was a bright light who will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

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