Funeral service September 28, 2017: Bill Kenealy’s wife Joanie

Joan Kenealy, Bill and Rick McPartlin June, 2011

From: Johnniejet [mailto:johnniejet777@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 17, 2017 11:00 AM
To: Class of 1968
Subject: Sad News

 

Bill Kenealy’s wife, Joanie, passed this am–an inoperable and untreatable cancer.  I will send along arrangements when I know them. Fuzz

 

John Adams

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From: bill kenealy [mailto:kenealybill@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2017 10:58 AM
To: bill kenealy <kenealybill@gmail.com>
Subject: Joanie’s Services

 

Dear Friends, Thank you for all your love and support through an unspeakably difficult time.  Below are the details of Joanie’s services.

 

The visitation/wake will be held at Tusculum Farm in Laytonsville on Wednesday September 27th from 2-4pm and 6-9pm.

 

Tusculum is located at 4601 Damascus Rd (click for map) and the entrance is easy to miss, especially if you are arriving after dark.  Look for this sign:

​The driveway is 1.3 miles from Sundown Rd. and Damascus Rd.; 2 miles from the intersection of 650 and 97 in Sunshine; 3.1 miles from the intersection of 108 and Damascus Rd.; and .1 miles from Griffith Rd. and 650.  Please drive all the way up the driveway to the farmhouse.

 

The Funeral Mass will be held at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Damascus on Thursday September 28th at 11 am.  

St. Paul’s is located at 9240 Damascus Rd.

 

Following the mass, friends and family are invited to gather at Montgomery Country Club in Laytonsville.

Montgomery Country Club is located at 20908 Golf View Dr.

In lieu of flowers we request that you consider donating in Joanie’s honor to either the Jay Kenealy Fund at The Treatment and Learning Centers, https://ttlc.org/support-tlc/donate-now/ or to the Bwindi Community Program of Uganda, http://bwindicommunityprogram.org/other/donations.html

 

If you are looking for lodging, best to consider Germantown or Gaithersburg, which are closest to the services.
We are most grateful and deeply moved by the outpouring of love and support we have received over these difficult months. Thank you.

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