Miss JoeAnne Marlene Platukis
April 30, 1951 - January 15, 2020
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JoeAnne Platukis, age 68, a long-time resident of the Fond du Lac area, was promoted to glory on  January 15th, 2020 at Alten Haus in Neenah, Wisconsin. She was born in on April 30, 1951 in Rockford, Illinois to Joseph and Betty (nee Holmes) Platukis. In June of 1976  JoeAnne was ordained as a minister…

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Lorraine D Lund-Dehne left a message on January 28, 2020:
This is Lorraine Lund-Dehne. I am the oldest of Marjorie (Bengtson) Lund’s six children. Along with my three sisters – Cyndi (Bailey), Wendy Lund, and Annette (McCaslin) – we are JoeAnne’s nieces. And my two brothers - John and Richard Lund – are her nephews. John passed a few years back, as did our father Dwane Lund. We all loved JoeAnne dearly and I personally have fond memories of her joining our family camping trips. JoeAnne’s great nieces and nephews include my 4 children (Chris, Nick, Lela, and Melissa), my sister Wendy’s 5 children (Shawn, Sheena, Jennelle, JR, and Dreau). Annette’s son Jason, and John’s daughter Tiffany. JoeAnne’s family legacy continues on with her great-great nieces and nephews: Chris’s three children (Amanda, Nate, and Eadoian), Nick’s two boys (Jeremy and Dominic), Sheena’s three children (Haven, Zander, and Aurora), Dreau’s son Judas, and Tiffany’s three children (Seth, Peyton, and Evangeline). JoeAnne’s spirituality touched so many people in so many ways. We all love you.
Michelle Tennis left a message on January 22, 2020:
In memory of Miss JoeAnne Marlene Platukis, Michelle Tennis lit a candle
Cynthia Bailey left a message on January 17, 2020:
The only thing that makes me feel better about you leaving us is knowing where you went. Joe you have been more like a big sister to me then an Aunt. I remember all the letters we wrote each other when I was little, Thank-you for taking us kids to church when we were able to visit. I enjoyed staying up to late rubbing each others feet and confiding in you even after I was suppose to be grown. You will always be a light in our lives shining the way. Dance and sing till I come to join in the Celebration. XOXO 143
Hope left a message on January 17, 2020:
She called me hers.
Scott Shepherd left a message on January 17, 2020:
My condolences to all of Joanne's family and friends. May God give you his strength, guidance and loving support at this time of loss and may Joanne rest in peace in the loving arms of the heavenly father forever. God bless.
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Donna M Magyar left a message on January 17, 2020:
JoeAnne was a wonderful friend who loved God and others with all her heart especially her adopted children Hope and Eddie! She taught me how to play the tambourine and we became neighbors at the Westnor Apts in which she invited me many times to have pizza and talk and watch Mash as she loved that show. She is with her Lord and Savior Jesus and she is loved and missed.
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