Joan L. Farlling, 70, of Carlisle, died Sunday,
July 17, 2011, at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. She was born on Thursday, May 15, 1941, in Carlisle,
a daughter of the late Lester B. and Betty (Brown) Farlling.
Joan was a 1959 graduate of Carlisle High School
and had worked at the former Carlisle Hospital as an L.P.N. for many years. She attended the Carlisle Baptist Church.
She is survived by two daughters; Cristine (and
her husband, David) Keller of Spring Hope, NC and Leslee (and her husband, Ralph) Nace of Carlisle, four grandchildren; Bradley,
Jessica, Brittany and Taylor and four great-granddaughters.
Private funeral services were held on Friday,
July 22, 2011, in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, with Pastor Ed Roman officiating. Burial was in Cumberland Valley
Memorial Gardens, Carlisle.
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Dear Leslee and family,
We extend our sincere sympathy to you. I was blessed by
your mother's friendship in past years.
To the family of Joan
Your mother and I were in High School together and had several classes together. She was a wonderful person,
liked by all and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to all her family.
Joanne Beaver Largent
We are so sorry for your loss. To hear about Joan's passing from this life brings
a mixture of emotions. I enjoyed working with her at Carlisle Hosp. and waved to her many times when we drove past her house.
We know she is in Heaven enjoying the good life!! She will be greatly missed. Her neighbors told me about her. Blessings
and prayers on your family!
Ron & Jean Ream
Sorry to hear of Joan's passing.
Memories go way back to high school and church. And of we can't forget graduation from Carlisle High.
Many friends and I used to work with Joan at the Carlisle Hospital
Psychiatric Inpatient unit and were shocked to hear of her death and did not know that she was ill. We are saddened and would
like to know where to send condolences to the family. We offer our thoughts and prayers.
Galbraith/Garland Dr., Carlisle
Cristine and Leslee my
deepest sympathy to you girls. I was with your mother in San Angelo, TX when you were born Cristine. Although we had little
contact after we left TX your Mom was a treasured friend. I am so sorry to just hear of your loss.
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