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Joan Stammerjohn

Joan Moore Stammerjohn

Saturday, December 17th, 1932 - Thursday, October 31st, 2019
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Joan Moore Stammerjohn, 86 of St. Mary’s City, passed away peacefully in Lyons, CO on October 31, 2019.

Joan was born December 17, 1932 in Indianapolis, IN to Glen C. Moore and Marie Kovack Moore. She attended College of the Pacific in California.

Joan was married to Navy Commander Robert Stammerjohn for 67 years before her passing. Together they raised six children.

Along with being a wife and mother, Joan worked as a Remax Realtor for nearly 30 years. She also owned a giftshop, Heinley’s Country Store, in Alexandria, VA before moving to St. Mary’s County in Maryland.

Joan was a member and lector at St. Cecelia Catholic Church. She was a member of Lexington Park Bowling, and during her time as a navy wife, volunteered with Navy Relief organization. She was also active in the Power Squadron for many years.

She enjoyed traveling abroad with her college friend, Joyce, taking altogether 14 trips. Joan also loved painting and sailing.

Joan is survived by her husband, Robert Stammerjohn; sons, David Stammerjohn, and Robert Stammerjohn, Jr.; daughters, Kathleen, Cynthia, Barbara, and Sharon, grandchildren, Jodi, Jennifer, Ryan, and Whitney; great-grandchildren, Bron, Jaden, Pya, Bekam, Salem, Kira, and June; and leaves behind her beloved dog, Rascal.

A celebration of life service, per Joan’s request, was held in the Irish tradition. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice.org in Joan’s memory. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to share condolences.
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A celebration of life service, per Joan’s request, was held in the Irish tradition

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Joseph Spelz

Posted at 08:12am
Joan, we have missed you so much since you moved from St. Mary's City, as you were such a lively and enjoyable person to be around. Our Sunday morning breakfast club was diminished when you left. We enjoyed meeting some of your accomplished and lovely family on those Sundays. We remember what a fighting spirit you always maintained no matter what adversities were thrown your way. You yourself were so interesting to talk to, your life having covered so much ground -- we instantly liked you. Thank you, too, for contributing so much of yourself to St. Cecilia Church. You set a high standard for not giving up. We miss you dear Joan, and will continue to pray for your heavenly reward and for consolation for your family.

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Joseph Spelz

Posted at 08:12am
Joan, we have missed you so much since you moved from St. Mary's City, as you were such a lively and enjoyable person to be around. Our Sunday morning breakfast club was diminished when you left. We enjoyed meeting some of your accomplished and lovely family on those Sundays. We remember what a fighting spirit you always maintained no matter what adversities were thrown your way. You yourself were so interesting to talk to, your life having covered so much ground -- we instantly liked you. Thank you, too, for contributing so much of yourself to St. Cecilia Church. You set a high standard for not giving up. We miss you dear Joan, and will continue to pray for your heavenly reward and for consolation for your family.

Joe Spelz and the Sunday Morning Breakfast Club
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