Joan was one of those steadfast, generous and selfless community servants who provide the foundation for the
high quality of life that we all enjoy in Carlisle. She'll be missed and our condolences to Craig and her family.
John and Kim Henson
So sorry to hear about Mrs Jurgensen. She was a wonderful
lady. So proud to have known her. Prayers coming your way.
What a remarkable life Craig and Joan had together! And how
lucky the Carlisle community was to have been the recipient, for so many years, of Joan's generosity, energy, and wisdom.
May she rest in peace, and may her spirit continue to inspire us all as she moves on ahead of us, and we continue our work
here in this life.
met Joan; however, I came to know a little about her through her sister-in-law and my good friend, Alice Strack. As such,
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to her loving husband and family. May she rest in peace.
to you all. Joan was a most wonderful person. My mom and I both are happy to have known her through the years at St. John's.
Be at peace my friend...
for your loss, Craig. The care you provided her in her last years was emblematic of your long, loving relationship together.
such fond memories of Joan from Cumberland Crossings where my Dad and Mom (Ira and Alice Wheatley) lived a few houses down
the Bullock Circle cul-de-sac from Joan and Craig. Joan always had such a sweet smile and a friendly greeting for us! Love
to you, Craig and your entire family, as you navigate life without your dear wife, mom and grandma!
Krista and Bill Wheatley-Heckman
you our sympathy ànd thoughts. We have such great memories of times spent together. We love the many times you came
to visit our home.
Love Gerry and
Joan was such a dear person and a shining example to her friends,
her church and her community. She will be greatly missed -- most acutely by Craig. Our heartfelt sympathies on your loss
but our great joy in having known her.
Dr. Jurgensen and family, May your memories of happier times
with Joan give you comfort and strength in the coming days. With sympathy
to hear about Joan. She could not had a more loving care giver than you. Spookie and I will always remember having such
great neighbors as you and Joan. God Bless,
& Charles Ford
Your wife/mother was an amazing, warm, soft spoken, giving
woman. I have been praying for you all that our Lord will give you comfort and strength as you proceed through life's
journeys. Jesus IS Lord of all. Through Him we can have peace.
Bill and I are unable to attend the Requiem Eucharist on Saturday,
however our thoughts and prayers will be with you. As former neighbors we always enjoyed our time together. Joan was a special
person. Craig, Heather, Susan and John - TREASURE YOUR MEMORIES
and Bill Davidson
So sorry for you loss Craig. Heaven has a new saint! My
prayers for you and your family in your sorrow.
I am so sorry to hear of Joan's passing and share our
prayers with your family. The love and dedication shown by Craig and the entire family is a testament to a life well lived.
a life well lived and to be celebrated! You are in our thoughts and prayers. May peace surround you during this difficult
Tom and Bev Doorly
Craig, George and I are so saddened by the news of Joan's passing. The loss is a great one to many, but especially to
you... The love of her life. I do cherish sharing in many projects with Joan at St. Johns and feel blessed to have had those
times with her. We are on a trip in Arizona, but will remember you and the family in prayer on Saturday.
George and Connie Allport
We are so deeply sorry for your loss. It is with
deepest, whole-hearted sympathy that we keep you in our prayers.
Lisa and Lewis Schreffler
Your family Christmas letters were always one way of keeping in touch
with Joan and your family over the years since our lives touched briefly thru ballet with Kerstin. With the children all settled
far from Carlisle, life will be lonelier and filled with sadness. May you find the needed strength to carry on fufilling your
Craig-Sorry to read of Joan's death in the paper today. We had been visiting Abby and family in Phoenix; as a result I did not see the Sentinel until
today, 3/6.( I still read the obituaries.) I feel sure she is at peace. Perhaps we can have lunch together
Dr. J I was so sorry to hear about Joan's passing. It's so hard to give someone back to God but
He promises that we'll be seeing our spouses again one day. With sincere sympathy.
for your loss. Hopefully love and support of family and friends will help you get through this difficult time.
Love, Bonnie and Ted Berk
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