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Joan E Eaise

October 7, 1930 — April 29, 2018

"All great achievements require time." President Lincoln had said as part of the Gettysburg Address; "...The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here." To the world, Joan E. Eaise (nee Landenberger) was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister. But, to her family she was the world. During the evening, this past Sunday, it didn't matter that the night slipped away because Joan's soul was in the air andafter 87 years it was washed away from the dust of everyday life.

Joan's circle of days began during the late fall of 1930 in Philadelphia, PA. The rest of her tomorrow's were in Audubon where she raised her family and worked as a Truancy Officer as well as a secretary for the Audubon High School. Joan had an engaging zeal for life that never kept her any one place for very long. During her early years she was an inexperienced but willing Green Wave cheerleading coach. She loved to read and travel and adored being in the company of her family.

A mother's love remains infinite, transcending generation to generation. Joan is the widow of her late husband Edward A. Eaise. She is the mother of; Edward A., III, Lynn & her husband Michael Lozanoff and Beverly & her husband Michael Sheridan. She is the proud grandmother of; Shannon & her husband Dan Severino, Erica & her husband Jordan Brand, Michael & his wife Kelly Lozanoff, Colleen & her husband Ian Wallace, Elizabeth & her husband Steve Hart and 11 great-grandchildren. Joan was predeceased by her brother, the late Harry Landenberger.

When we leave here, we'll leave it the way it is, so we leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done. Relatives, Friends and neighbors are invited to join the Eaise family to remember Joan, celebrate life through faith and pay tribute to the legacy of a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and sister on Friday morning between 10:30 am and 12:00 pm at St. Joseph the Worker Parish, St. Vincent Pallotti Church 901 Hopkins Rd. Haddonfield where a Memorial Mass will begin at 12:00 pm. Burn what is left of me and scatter my ashes to the winds. If you must bury something let it be my faults and weaknesses. If you wish to remember me, do it with a kind deed. The time honored tradition of reuniting those we love with nature will be held privately. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Samaritan Hospice 5 Eves Dr. Suite 300 Marlton, NJ 08053. Funeral services are under the care of Henry Funeral Home 152 W. Atlantic Ave. Audubon.
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