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“I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. The world has lost an Angel. What a wonderful person she was. We had some great times together. I will...Read More »
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JoAnn Pennington Nardo, 79, of Warren, OH and St. Cloud, Florida passed peacefully at home on January 30, 2016 in St. Cloud, Florida with her four children by her side. JoAnn was born on June 16th 1936 in Charleston, WV the daughter of Harvey L. Pennington and Ruth M. Bays. JoAnn retired as a Maintenance Supervisor at Packard Electric after 28 years of service. She earned two degrees from Youngstown State University, Bachelors of Arts in Education and Masters Degree in Counseling. She furthered her training and became a Licensed Massage Therapist and Colonic Therapist at Holistic Healthcare of Sharon, PA., which she owned and operated with her daughter. Education and life long learning was of utmost importance to her and something she continually stressed to her family. Her family was everything to her. She made birthdays, family vacations, holidays and that "just because day'" special by her touch. She was an amazing cook and could recreate any recipe from taste. She was giving, selfless and a mentor to all. She is survived by: Joseph F. Nardo Sr., her children, Sabrina (Ebby) Boehm, Crystal (Kim) Phillips, Joseph F. (Julia) Nardo II, Marla Nardo. The joys of her life were her 7 grandchildren, Brittany Phillips, Justin Phillips, Rachael Phillips, Bryce Phillips, Ebby Sam Boehm, Skylar Boehm and Adam Boehm. She also leaves behind a sister Regina Carson who she loved dearly, a niece Helen Marie Dorsen and nephew Woodie Joe Dorsen as well as many cousins who were dear to her heart. Donations can be made in memory of JoAnn Nardo and sent to Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance 801 Roeder Rd. Suite 750, Silver Spring, MD 20910 or online at http://ow.ly/XQCJQ A Celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, February 6th at Lane Family Funeral Homes, Roberts Clark Chapel, 180 Garfield Drive NE, Warren, Ohio at 12:00 P.M. with an hour of calling prior, beginning at 11:00A.M. Burial will follow at Pineview Memorial Park.