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REMEMBERING

Joan Francis Caddy

September 6, 1934 - May 6, 2020

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Joan Francis (Morrish) Caddy, 85, of Durand, MI, passed away at Ascension-Genesys in Grand Blanc on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.

Joan was born September 6, 1934 in Detroit Michigan. She was married to her “Pal”, Chuck Caddy on December 20, 1952, in Ferndale Michigan, and resided in the Detroit Metro area, with the exception of 11 years in Houston, Texas and six years in Harper, Kansas. Joan graduated from Lincoln High School in Ferndale, Michigan and was a beloved wife and mother to her family. Joan loved reading, sewing and crafting. She was a faithful member of Stone Haven Free Methodist Church in Troy Michigan and served as the leader for the kitchen and Coffee Café for many years.

Joan was survived by her husband: Charles Joseph Caddy Sr.; sister: Martha (Gene) Potts; Brother: Mel (Linda) Morrish; five sons: Charles J. (Barb) Caddy II, Mark L. (Barb) Caddy, Glen M. (Carole) Caddy, Paul A. Caddy, Eric J. (Lisa) Caddy; and daughter, Becky J. (Bob) Beebe; 12 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents: Lawrence & Francis Morrish; brother: Ron Morrish; 3 great grandchildren and 1 great-great granddaughter.

Arrangements were provided by Watkins Brothers Funeral Homes, Durand Chapel. Joan will be laid to rest at Oak View Cemetery in Royal Oak. Michigan. A memorial/celebration of life service will be planned with the Stone Haven Free Methodist church in the near future.

Donations can be made in memory of Joan Caddy to the Stone Haven Free Methodist Church, 1349 W. Wattles Rd., Troy, MI 48098, for needed improvements to the kitchen ministry that Joan loved so much, as she would desire to see. Please designate on your check as Joan Caddy Memorial. You can also donate online at https://my.e360giving.com/App/Giving/stonehaven with credit card or bank account. When donating online, under “fund”, select building fund. Any online donations to that category, made through the end of June 2020, will go specifically to that memorial fund.