Joanna Patton Keele March 25, 1959

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Joanna Patton Keele
March 25, 1959 - at Illness Fatal For Provo Woman at 71 Mrs....
at Illness Fatal For Provo Woman at 71 Mrs. Joanna' Patten Keele, 71, 696 N. 7th W., Provo, died Wednesday Wednesday morning at her home of a seven-month illness. .She was born March 8, 1888, in Provo, daughter of Thomas Jefferson Jefferson and Clara Lisabella Billings Patten. She married Frank Keele July 12, 1911, in the Manti LDS tion in Provo City schools. Following Following her marriage she made her Temple. She received her educa- home in Heyburn, Ida., for 14 years where she and her husband homesteaded. They then moved to Lovell, Wyo., where they lived for five years. They returned to Provo in 1928 where they have resided since. She was a member of the Rivergrove First LDS Ward. She was a member and visiting teacher of the Relief Society. Mrs. Keele had also worked in the Primary and had been secretary of the MIA. She had also been active in musical circles and sang in the church choir. She was a member of the former Tabernacle Choir, sang in many quartets and participated participated in the musical dramas of the church. She was also active in genealogical work and was an active temple worker. Her hobbies were flowers and gardening. Surviving are her husband; five sons and five daughters: Mrs. Leland Leland C. (Carol) .Gregerson, Mrs. Garold (Isabella) Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd (Cleo) Gale, all of Provo; Max P. Keele of Orem; Thomas Edward Keele of Blanding; William William A. Keele of Payson; Frank A. Keele of Loa; John A. Keele of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Guy (Luella) Mitchell of Fillmore; Mrs. Carroll B. (Lois) Williams of Mesa, Ariz. Forty - one grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, three brothers brothers and six sisters: Stanford L. Patten, Alden Patten, Mrs. Hazel Clara dark, Mrs. A. Ray (Diantha) (Diantha) Ekins, all of Provo; Ezra T. Patten and Mrs. Clarence (Lois) Downs, both of Orem; Mrs. Luella Tf. Holman of American Fork; Mrs. George (Erma) Brailsford Brailsford of Springville and Mrs. Calvin (Mildred) Meldrum of Ontario, Ore., also survive. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m., Rivergrove Ward chapel with Bishop Blaine Hunter officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday prior to services. Burial will be in Provo City Cemetery.

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 25 Mar 1959, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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