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JoAnn Margaret Webb, 80, Appleton, WI, sadly passed away on Thursday, December 22, 2022, at Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee surrounded by family. She was born on November 18, 1942, in Sheboygan, the daughter of Henry and Margaret (Revolinski) Sessler. JoAnn graduated from Sheboygan South in 1960 and met Arthur Webb at the local Piggly Wiggly store which Arthur worked. They united in marriage on August 31, 1963, at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, Sheboygan. Shortly after, they moved to the Chicagoland area where they resided for about 3-years. Soon, they realized the city life wasn’t for them and moved north to purchase their first home in Menasha, WI and raised their 3 children. She was a wonderful mother, who selflessly devoting her time and talents to her children and passed on her love and knowledge to those who live on. When the children moved out of the home, she followed her passion for working in nature, and went to work at Memorial Florists in Appleton. JoAnn loved wintering in Florida with Arthur, spending time with her grandchildren, flower gardening, golfing with friends, cooking/baking, and reading novels. She also thoroughly enjoyed her Wisconsin sports teams, Bucks, Brewers & Packers. The family loved that she shared her many adventures with them. She enjoyed her travels all over the world, and in there camper all over the United States. All of these memories will live on and be cherished.
JoAnn is survived by her husband of 59 years: Arthur; 3 children: John Webb, Susan (Bruce) Weyenberg, and Christine (Shane) Kiley; 3 grandchildren: Alexis Schulz, Alicia Schultz, and Madeline Kiley.
JoAnn was preceded in death by her parents, Henry, and Margaret (Revolinski) Sessler.
The funeral will be a private ceremony with only close family members present.
“No one likes to be sick and yet we know. It takes sunshine and rain to make flowers grow… And if we never were sick and never felt pain, we’d be like a desert without any rain, and who wants a life that is barren and dry, with never a cloud to darken the sky…For continuous sun goes unrecognized, like the blessings God sends which are often disguised, For sometimes a sickness that seems so distressing, Is a time of renewal and a spiritual blessing.” - Deuteronomy 23:5
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