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Marie Joan Corbett, age 87,

on Friday, 16 August 2019. Posted in Obituaries

Maire Corbett

Marie Joan Corbett (Bueter), 87, passed away on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at her residence in Spring, TX.

Joan, as her friends and family called her, was a graduate of Jeffersonville High School and received her Associates and Bachelor degrees from Indiana University Southeast.

While living in Charlestown, IN, Joan was very active at her church, St. Michaels Catholic Church. She started in the choir and went on to play the organ for church services and events for many years. Joan participated in the Senior Games held in Charlestown and was very active with her senior group, and a member of Silver Toner’s visiting and singing at many different nursing homes.

She is survived by her daughters Laura (Raymond) Warner of Spring, TX, Lisa (Danny) Fleming of Pekin, IN, Linda Vannatter (Dan) of Charlestown, IN; Five grandchildren, Jeffrey Warner, TX, Jason Warner (TX) Amy Fleming Gosnell, IN, Lee Warner, TX and Mara Warner, (CA). Joan also has four great grandchildren, Glenn Gosnell, III, Madalynn Gosnell, Sean Warner and Ryan Warner.

She is preceded in death by her husband Gordon Harold Corbett; father Joseph Bueter; mother Clara Bueter and two brothers Graham Bueter and Lawrence Bueter.

Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday, August 21st, at 11:00 am at St. Michael’s Catholic Church with burial to follow in Eastern Cemetery. Visitation will be held Tuesday, August 20th from 2 pm to 8 pm at E.M Coots’ Sons Funeral Home.

Condolences may be made online CootsFuneralHome.com.

Comments (7)

  • Carolyn Ann Ross

    18 August 2019 at 11:07 |
    Dear Ms. Joan, it was a joy and a pleasure to have known you. You have earned your reward in Heaven. It is my sincerest wish that you look down on us and are pleased with what you see.

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  • Laura & Ray warner

    18 August 2019 at 21:34 |
    We love and miss you mom so much. We see your big bright smile just shining all around! We know that you are with our ancestors, Angels and ascended masters. Love, light and happiness always Mom. Super hugs!

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  • Beth (Griffin) and Jason Benjamin

    19 August 2019 at 10:46 |
    Joan was always so kind and welcoming to our family when we were young. She was always smiling and brought so much joy to those around her. Her father my great uncle Joe was an amazing influence on her and it showed in her personality. I will miss hearing from her every year at Christmas. I know she is with her beloved long deceased husband dancing with the angels and I hope we all find peace in that.

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  • Jason Warner

    20 August 2019 at 07:53 |
    Grandma, Love you so much Going to miss walking the dogs with you. You were the best Grandma! Love Jason

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  • Carole Smith Vest

    22 August 2019 at 08:37 |
    I loved her like family, even though I hadn't seen her in decades...she never left my heart or mind. She taught me so many things as a young child, such as how to write my name, play chopsticks on the piano, how to build card houses and forts on rainy days, how to make a cake, and how to harvest and can food. Things I remember fondly are many, such as playing in the back yard with Spot and feeding and caring for the rabbits, playing in Mr. & Mrs. Waggner's garden and orchard, skating on the shallow pond behind the house in winter, picking blackberries, going to visit Mr. Beuter, watching her work on her Nova, being in the kitchen when she made chili, spending the night on Bridge or Pinochle night, when friends would come over to play with her and Mr. Corbett, and watching her be a strong, single mother. She taught me so much and I consider myself lucky to have had her in my life as a shining example of how to be a woman and person. I loved her, and I'm glad she's finally back with Mr. Corbett.

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  • Jeffrey warner

    24 August 2019 at 11:36 |
    Grandma- You will be in our hearts forever. You always made me laugh. I will always remember when Mom took Grandpa Joe, Jason and me fishing at 14 mile creek. You had a great dinner ready for us when we got home! Cause we caught no fish.

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  • Jason Warner

    24 August 2019 at 11:39 |
    Grandma. I always will cherish walking our dogs together and the good talks we had. I love you and miss you.

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