Joan Marie Dainton Mar 09, 1943 - Oct 23, 2021
Joan Marie Dainton, age 78, died on October 23, 2021, at her home in Garnet Valley, Pa. She was born and raised in Chester, where she lived until she married Robert L. (Bob) Dainton in 1963 when she moved with him to Princeton, NJ. She lived in Fort Lee Virginia and then in Garnet Valley, PA where she died after battling for several years with Parkinson’s disease. Joan will be remembered fondly for being a loving and dutiful wife, mother, and Grandmother.
She was the daughter of the late Walter and Helen (Wesolowski) Kelly.
Survivors: Husband: Robert L. (Bob) Dainton. One Daughter: Joan Marie Lupi (Serafino). Two Sons: Robert Jr. (Roberta) and Stephen (Lisa). Nine Grandchildren: Jim (Jenny), Matt, Sam, Tommy, Zach, Gia, Laura, Nick, and Luke, and One Sister: Stephanie Brong.
Visitation: Saturday, October 30, 2021, from 9:15am-10:15am at St. John Fisher Church, 4225 Chichester Ave, Boothwyn, PA 19061. Funeral Mass: Saturday, October 30, 2021, at 10:30am at St. John Fisher Church. Burial: Private. Condolences: www.nolanfidale.com.
St. John Fisher Church
Begins: Oct 30, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am4225 Chichester Ave.
Boothwyn, PA 19061
Lisa and Dave Lewis says:Submitted on: Oct 28, 2021
Sending love and prayers to Steve, Lisa and boys in the loss of your mother and grandmother. She is in the embrace of her Lord.
The Rogers Family (Wildwood Crest, NJ) says:Submitted on: Oct 27, 2021
Very sorry to hear of Joan’s passing. She was always a very warm and pleasant lady. May she Rest In Peace.
Marianne Dainton says:Submitted on: Oct 27, 2021
I know Aunt Joan struggled towards the end, so her passing is a blessing, but I will miss visiting with her at the shore; the guys versus the girls pinochle games you always played, the nice meals out and Aunt Joan being overwhelmed by so much food (unless it was Coconut Shrimp), and laughter-filled family gatherings.
Carol OLIVER (Waychunas) says:Submitted on: Oct 27, 2021
Bob, I am so sorry to hear of Joan's passing. My heart and prayers go out to you during this difficult time. Even though we know in our mind this day will come our heart is never ready for it to happen. Let all fond memories flood your heart and bring you peace. Love, Carol