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JoAnn Sheets

JoAnn Sheets, 69, of Tempe, AZ, passed peacefully in her sleep on September 7th, 2022, after an evening of reflecting on her grandchildren.

JoAnn is remembered by her three children and five grandchildren. Her son, Mitch Medigovich and his wife, Nikki, with their kids Cale and Darienne. Her daughter, Tammy Medigovich and her wife, Helen Weir, with their son Trevor. Her daughter, Amanda Sevedge and her wife, Rachel, with their sons Jackson and William. Her brother, Doyle Duncan.

Her kids were her world, and being a grandmother was her ultimate dream come true.

She had a passion for exploration and the outdoors that provided her kids and grandkids the opportunity to camp and spend quality time together. In recent years, she loved planning trips to see new sights in her “Glamper Van.”

Services will be held on Tuesday, October 4th, at 1:00 pm, at Bueler Mortuary, 14 W Hulet Drive, Chandler, AZ 85225.

For her Celebration of Life services, we know that she would have loved to see the room filled with color. Her favorite color was blue and her favorite flowers were multi-colored daisies. Please feel free to wear something bright and blue, and if you would like to send flowers, you can send them directly to Bueler Mortuary.

2 Comments

  • Debra Dickinson Posted September 24, 2022 12:21 PM

    I am very sad to hear this and am so sorry for your loss. JoAnn was such a bright light, and loved by many. She was coming to my meetup in City of Rocks this year, and that is the t-shirt she is wearing, KOKO FEST 2022. What an honor and privilege it is to see her in it. She was a member of our private FB group for the event and was so excited to attend. She will be missed and we will hold a moment of silence for her on opening day. KOKO = Keep On Keeping On, and I hold her family and loved ones in my heart with that saying in mind. From love with love, Debra

  • Tulsa Born Posted September 24, 2022 4:40 PM

    All I can say is that meeting Joanne enriched my life. She had the sweetest, most loving disposition and was always so kind. I was really looking forward to camping with her again when I heard of her passing. She will be missed, that’s for sure! My condolences to the family and all who knew her. Painting rocks around a campfire will never be same again. RIP sweet lady!

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