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Petersen, Joyce Ann (Baker) (1935 - 2022)

PETERSEN, BAKER, ANNEAR, OREM, MOSSMAN, GRABER, FAST

Posted By: Denise Wurner (email)
Date: 6/26/2022 at 12:09:38

Name of deceased: Joyce Ann Petersen (nee Baker)

Aged: 86 yrs, 6 mo, 22 days

Residence: Elk Horn, Shelby County, IA

Born: Nov. 26, 1935; Manchester, Delaware County, IA

Died: June 17, 2022; Myrtue Medical Center; Harlan, Shelby County, IA

Funeral services: Tuesday, June 21, 2022; First Baptist Church, Harlan, IA; burial was in the Clay Township Cemetery, Elk Horn, IA

Survived by: 3 children and descendants: SON, Brian (spouse, Lisa) Petersen of Rochester, MN and their children Andrea (spouse, Gabe) Orem, Jenna Petersen, and Reed (spouse, Ruby) Petersen; DAUGHTER, Kim (spouse, Jeff) Mossman of Conrad, IA and their children Melissa (spouse, Joel) Graber and their children, Hazel and Micah, Clarke (spouse, Shelby) Mossman and their children Esther and Joy, Emily (spouse, Mitchell) Fast and their child Lyla, Jacob Mossman, Kaylynn Mossman, Jazmyn Mossman, and Skye Mossman; SON, Kevin (spouse, Carrie) Petersen of Elk Horn, IA, and their children Kendall (spouse, Kayla) Petersen, Kyle Petersen, Noah (spouse, Tessa) Petersen, and Ella Petersen; other family members and friends

Predeceased by: Parents, Charles & Lucille (nee Annear) Baker; husband, Lynn G. Petersen; brother, Dick Baker

Education: Graduated from Roosevelt High School, Des Moines, IA, Class of 1954; she then attended Iowa State University in Ames, IA in 1956-57 for Home Economics.

Religious affiliation: Baptized at First Federated Church, Des Moines, IA; member, First Baptist Church, Elk Horn, IA and later a member of First Baptist Church, Harlan, IA; active member of various womenís ministries at the First Baptist Church while in Elk Horn.

Military service: n/a

Marriage: Lynn G. Petersen; June 6, 1958; First Federated Church, Des Moines, Polk County, IA

Employment: Homemaker and farmerís wife

Hobbies/Interests: Attended many music concerts and ball games for the children and grandchildren; walked the beans and brought lunch out to the field; loved sewing, baking cookies, spending time with family and the grandkids

Sources: kjan; rolandfuneralservice.com


 

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