Alice Joan Ewing
September 9, 1930 - June 25, 2019
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Greenlawn Funeral Home South
Friday 7/5, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Morrisville Cemetery
1158 East 527th Road
Morrisville, MO 65710
Saturday 7/6, 10:00 am

Alice Joan Ewing, age 88, of Springfield, MO, passed away Tuesday, June 25, 2019. She was born in Springfield, MO, September 9, 1930, to the late Vernon Wilbert Pursley and Hazel Christine (Dickensheet) Pursley. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend to many. Joan enjoyed corresponding and visiting with several friends and…

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barb conaway left a message on June 30, 2019:
Alice, you will be so missed at the dialysis center....you made having to be there for treatments a little more pleasant.....I will always miss seeing you and miss the notes you wrote to me....
Amber(Cozort)Redburn left a message on June 30, 2019:
Jon, Coyeatte, and Ewing Family, I want to extend my deepest sympathy to all of you on the passing of Jon's Mother, Joan. Your family will be in my daily prayers and thoughts. May God comfort, strengthen, and encourage all of you thru this difficult time. May God bless all of you. In Christian Love, Amber(Cozort)Redburn
Julie Ewing Christensen left a message on June 27, 2019:
"Aunt Joan" and I became pen-pals after "Uncle Winston" passed away. I always looked forward to reading her thoughtful and inspiring letters. Her faith was strong and provided her with much comfort, which in turn, helped me. I admire her strength and grace after enduring decades of d She wrote like she talked. It was almost as if we were sitting in the kitchen chatting together when reading her letters. She loved the simple things in life and she definitely loved her family. I could see her joy and laughter in her letters. In her last letter to me written on June 10th she ended the letter by saying: P.S. Smell the Roses!! Rest in peace dear Joan. Your legacy of love and faith will live on. I will miss reading your letters but I will always carry you in my heart and see you (and Uncle Winston, Dad, Michael, and my Mom) in the roses. My deepest condolences to Jon (my cousin) and family. (This picture is from the Ewing family reunion. July 31, 2010)
Julie Ewing Christensen left a message on June 27, 2019:
"Aunt Joan" and I became pen-pals after "Uncle Winston" passed away. I always looked forward to reading her thoughtful and inspiring letters. Her faith was strong and provided her with much comfort, which in turn, helped me. I admire her strength and grace after enduring decades of d She wrote like she talked. It was almost as if we were sitting in the kitchen chatting together when reading her letters. She loved the simple things in life and she definitely loved her family. I could see her joy and laughter in her letters. In her last letter to me written on June 10th she ended the letter by saying: P.S. Smell the Roses!! Rest in peace dear Joan. Your legacy of love and faith will live on. I will miss reading your letters but I will always carry you in my heart and see you (and Uncle Winston, Dad, Michael, and my Mom) in the roses. My deepest condolences to Jon (my cousin) and family. (This picture is from the Ewing family reunion. July 31, 2010)
Julie Ewing Christensen left a message on June 27, 2019:
"Aunt Joan" and I became pen-pals after "Uncle Winston" passed away. I always looked forward to reading her thoughtful and inspiring letters. Her faith was strong and provided her with much comfort, which in turn, helped me. I admire her strength and grace after enduring decades of dialysis. She wrote like she talked. It was almost as if we were sitting in the kitchen chatting together when reading her letters. She loved the simple things in life and she definitely loved her family. I could see her joy and laughter in her letters. In her last letter to me written on June 10th she ended the letter by saying: P.S. Smell the Roses!! Rest in peace dear Joan. Your legacy of love and faith will live on. I will miss reading your letters but I will always carry you in my heart and see you (and Uncle Winston, Dad, Michael, and my Mom) in the roses. My deepest condolences to Jon (my cousin) and family. (This picture is from the Ewing family reunion. July 31, 2010)
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