JOAN STAUBER WYCKOFF,age 80, of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on May 15th, 2019

joan wyckoff web2joan wyckoff web1Joan Stauber Wyckoff, age 80, of Lombard, died May 14 at her home.

A visitation will be held Friday, May 17, from 3-8pm at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard.  A Funeral Service will be held Saturday, May 18, at 10am at Brust Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Bohemian National Cemetery, Chicago.

Joan was the beloved wife of 48 years of Kent; loving mother of Jason (Kristi) of Tennessee and Scott (Jennifer) of Florida; proud grandmother of Ella, Miles, Everett and Zachary.

Joan graduated from Beloit College in Wisconsin, with a B.S. in Mathematics.  She was a former math teacher in Brookfield, and left full-time teaching in 1975.  She was a substitute teacher years later in District 45 at Jefferson and Jackson Junior High Schools.

Joan enjoyed crafting and sewing, and was an amazing cook.  More than anything she enjoyed spending time with her family and friends.

Visit www.brustfuneralhome.com or call 888-629-0094 for information.

 

 

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Roger & Joyce says:

    Peace be with you! So sorry to hear about Joan’s passing. She was a great lady and a good friend to Joyce & I. When Joan and Joyce used to work together on crafts, Joan made Joyce a craft gift of a small refrigerator magnet, which Joyce treasured and kept on our refrigerator forever. Sadly, Joyce passed away about a year and a half ago, but now the two of them can do their crafting together again up in Heaven. I tried to paste a photo of the magnet here, but this website won’t allow it. The magnet looks like a small decorated blackboard on which Joan had written the following note to Joyce , “Happiness is a ‘Bohak’ having a ‘Kraut’ partner!”.

  2. Bob Fritz says:

    Kent, Scott, and Jason,
    I saw Joan’s obituary in the paper today and wanted to write a note. I taught with her when she subbed at Jefferson where I was an art teacher. Joan was a sweet, fun-loving individual who always had a kind word for people. She always had a great smile on her face and kind words whenever we spoke. I got to hear about both Jason and Scott regularly and she always asked about my children. She was a first-class individual who will be missed.

  3. Monica O'Toole says:

    May Joan rest in peace. We met working at Lombard Jr. High. She was happily working on crafts during lunch time. Joan taught me how to make plastic canvas Santas. They had a Hershey kiss on the inside and a tag that said, squeeze my cheeks and I’ll give you a kiss. Fond memories of a sweet lady. Sympathy to the family.

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