MACNEIL. Josephine Eunice

MacNeil, Josephine Eunice (Coleman)

January 8, 1938 – November 17, 2020

Josephine was born January 8, 1938 in Shannon, New Brunswick, the eldest child of John and Eunice Coleman. She always had background stories and memories to share of growing up. At 16 she headed to the big city of Toronto to start the next chapter of her life. It was there that she met, fell in love and married her husband of 62 years, Wally.

Throughout their life and travels, Josephine made friends easily everywhere she went. She had a kind word for all those she met, loving and compassionate. Her family was her most precious possession and that extended to include the many friends over the years.
Josephine is predeceased by both her parents, her sister Glenna, brother in law Doug, sister in law Annie and brother Jack.

She leaves to mourn her loving husband Wallace, her son Jim (Donna) MacNeil, her daughter Shelley (Terry) MacEachern; according to her, the 5 best grandchildren; Chad (Danielle), Lindsey (Nathan), Sean (Madelaine), Craig (Ricki-Lee) and Brianna. And the newest joys of her life her great grandsons Connor and Kinnon. She also leaves her youngest sister Bertha (George) and her nieces and nephews who she loved very much. Her love and strength will live on in us forever.

Her family would like to thank Dr. du Toit for his compassionate care of Jo. We would also like to thank the staff at Griffiths Medical and all those who were so caring during her journey at LCH.
In place of flowers, donations may be made to the Alberta Lung Association 17420 Stony Plain Rd #208, Edmonton, AB T5S 1K6

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Coralee Beet

I am so sorry for your loss Wally, Jo was one of the kindest people I have ever known. I am sure mom was there to greet her with a cocktail in hand, welcoming her to a beautiful place, with lots of sun. A place were there is no pain, no suffering, only the best, as that is what they deserve. They will be watching over us, in heaven. Hugs to you Wally and family!
Coralee

Anne Finnessy

Wally, so sorry to hear of Jo passing.
We certainly shared good times over the years.

Jean Fleming

Jo thank you for so many fun times .a beautiful lady. I will miss you.

VALERIE HEWITT

Wally, Jim, Shelly and families.:. Bob and I are truly sorry to hear of Jo’s passing. She was such a great gal and so easy to love. She certainly made us feel welcome and like one of the gang at Rock Shadows. Let your faith in God guide you at this most difficult time. Let the love and support family and friends comfort you. Hold tight to your memories and to each other.

Randy Neely

Wally, Jim and Shelley,
My deepest condolences on the passing of Jo. Our families saw far too less of each other over the past 40 years since we all moved West but I am happy that I got to spend a nice lunch with Jo, Shelley, Ruth-Anne and mom (Ruth) a couple of years back. I will always remember Jo for her great sense of humor and infectious laugh.
She was a great lady and will be missed dearly by all who knew her!
Love Randy

Alice & Glenn Ward

Our Condolences Wally & family. Jo was a wonderful lady. She will be dearly missed. Thoughts & prayers are with you and family.❤️ Hugs.

Tina Alexander

To the MACNEIL family, I was so sad to hear of Jo’s passing. She was my boss at Java Jive in the early 80’s , my late teens. She was so kind and treated me like a daughter. I remember how beautiful she was and her style was so put together. I thought of her many times in my life.I’m sending my condolences and love to all her family. RIP JO Love Tina

Brenda and scott

Wally and family. Joe was such a loving caring person who always was so compassionate to us all. She will truly be missed deeply. So sorry for your loss of this beautiful woman. Take care to you all. Love Scott and Brenda

Roy and Janet Young

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Wally. We really enjoyed our time talking with Jo. She was such a lovely lady.
Sincerest Sympathy.

Evelyn Frances Martin

So sorry for your loss, and it is a great loss. Joe was such a wonderful person. Always enjoyed seeing her ,on her visits back home. I remember the good times that you both spent visiting my parents, when I was young. They always thaught a lot of Joe. It is never easy to loose someone you love. Take care of each other. Your Mom will always live on ,in your hearts.

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