Goring, Joanne Cheryl Lynn

May 11, 1967 – November 6, 2019
at the age of 52 years





  1. Brian we are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to the whole family. We are sorry we didn’t get to know Joanne. Please let us know if we can do anything for you.
    Vicky & Tom Davis ( neighbors)

  2. Yvette& Gerry- So sorry to hear of your loss . Have many fond memories of you both & your family along with my Mom & Dad . My sympathies to both of you & your family .

  3. My deepest sympathies to the Cote family, my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

  4. Yvette& Gerry- my sympathies to you & your family . Have fond memories growing up in Kindersley of you & your family with my mom & coffee get togethers . Sending you my thoughts & prayers at this time .

  5. So sorry to hear of Joanne’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all

  6. So very sorry to hear of Joanne’s passing. I worked with Joanne at the OK Economy in high school and she always made work a fun place to be. She will be remembered for her infectious laugh, her dimples, her bright smile and her warm heart. Sending sincere sympathy to Gerry, Yvette, Jackie, Janice and Jason.

  7. So sorry to hear of Joanne’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Love Carl & Sue Cote

  8. My condolences to each of you. I am so sorry to hear about Joanne passing. She always had a smile, the best laugh and a very warm hearted lady. I’m so sorry.

  9. So so sorry . A life cut short much too soon .
    God Bless all of you and may you find strength and love in memories and friends
    Heartfelt sympathies to all her sisters and brother and their families and Jasmine , Jerry and Yvette . Our prayers are with you.

  10. I know Joanne, loved to ride in our 67 Camaro. We would put it in parades and she loved throwing candy to the kjds watching the parade and waving at everyone. Im going to get her name in loving memory inscribed in the back window of this car.

  11. Joanne was my friend since Grade 1 and we had been there for each other through this roller coaster of life. I will always treasure my lifetime of memories and hear her voice everyday. To Jasmine, all her family & Bryan -you are in my thoughts and prayers. It has been a long road for you all and now that angel has a room with an amazing view to watch over you all. I loved her and will celebrate her everyday. ❤️

  12. So very sorry to all the family and friends for your loss of Joanne. We only met her a year ago when she moved here to Salmon Arm, and then found out I knew her daughter Jasmine from Alberta. Such a small world! And such a huge loss. In the short time I knew Joanne, you could see she had a very caring heart. Our condolences to you all. May you find strength from all the good times and memories shared.

  13. As a high school friend, Joanne was always one of my favourite people. We weren’t best friends but I did always consider her a friend! She had an amazing heart and an infectious giggle. She was always “Real.” We didn’t talk often as adults, but when we did it was like no time had past.

    My heart aches for your family Joanne. Another beautiful soul gone too soon.

  14. Brother Brian: so sorry for your loss, Jo was taken too young! I promised her we would stick by you as she was so worried! She loved you. My Heart goes out to you and all her family. Hugs to all.

  15. Joanne is my older sister. She has left us with a lifetime of stories that bring a smile to our face. She has touched many lives and left lasting impressions. I am forever grateful she made it to the beautiful Shuswap. We grew up boating, fishing and spending a lot of time camping at the lake in the summer, so it only makes sense Joanne was right at home in one of the most beautiful areas around. Bryan, we absolutely appreciate you sharing your love and affection towards Joanne while we were all there with her in her last few days. It was beautiful to witness her responding to you when she could no longer use her words. Thank you for loving my sister. I will carry Joanne with me and be reminded of her amazing artistic abilities when I decorate my yard with her stones. Her baking was always one of kind and delicious. She was always eager to share her box of homemade cookies. Her cake decorating was a true talent. I hardly know my primary colors 🙂 She was so very proud of her daughter Jasmine. She was proud of Jasmine’s work ethic, ability to connect to people with varying abilities and her desire to advocate for those who can’t advocate for themselves. (We are too!!!) Jasmine, your confidence in taking care of all of your moms needs while she was in the hospital was certainly admirable. You are one amazing kid 🙂 Joanne loved her nieces and nephews and always looking forward to hearing stories about their adventures. She followed them as best she could through Rodeo, family trip to Disney World, taking them Go Carting, Mini Golfing and going for ice cream whether in Alberta or BC. Let’s not forget Earl. Joanne and Bryan’s little dog. Man o man she loved that dog. He was good for her as dogs often are for people. Thank you everyone for leaving your kind regards. It is nice to read through them. Bryan, we are so sorry for your loss. Mom and Dad, Thank you for being so unbelievable strong through your unwavering commitment to be with Joanne through this incredibly difficult time. She loves you both so much and appreciated having you there. I LOVE you Joanne.

  16. To all the Cote family members. Many memories – her sweet smile, dimples and all the girlish laughter between friends. Praying for your peace and strength. Love Karin Richardson

  17. Joanne had so many excellent qualities and skills. We will miss her dearly and will always remember her smile and laugh! I believe in you, Joanne and will watch for you amongst the stars! Love you until we meet again! Thinking of all of you in my family, our/her friends and Bryan!

  18. Joanne will be deeply missed. To my Dad and Joanne’s family I am so sorry for your loss.

  19. Joanne was a lovely, kind, caring lady to work with! We had some really nice conversations. I enjoyed getting to know her. I can’t imagine your pain, Bryan. You will be with her again. I’m so sorry for your loss!

  20. To Bryan, Jasmin, Yvette & Gerry, Jackie, Janice, Jason & all your families we send our sincere sympathies. Our hearts are broken for your family. She will be missed. Please know that we have you all in our thoughts & prayers.
    Love Harvey & Bert

  21. Joanne was my mom.
    She was a caring, loving soul. She pushed through life with a smile on her face and determination. She always supported me with everything I set out to do. She will be missed dearly.

  22. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. We are sorry for your loss.

  23. I was sorry to hear of Joanne’s passing. I am glad she got back to were she wanted to be.

  24. To the Cote family from the Gerein family.
    Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss of Joanne. To our boys she will be remembered as Jason’s fun loving older sister. To Harvey and I she will be remembered as that cute, sweet, creative little girl who grew up to be that caring lovely woman. Will miss her.

  25. Dear Jasmine, Gerry, Yvette and family,

    I am very sorry to hear about Joanne’s passing. Hopefully your treasured memories will help you all get through this difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  26. Our deepest sympathy to her dear friend Brian,her daughter Jasmin, her parents Gerry and Yvette , her sister’s , brother , brother in laws, sister in law, Joanne will be deeply missed, remembering her beautiful Smile and calming voice .

  27. Sorry for your loss Bryan. Joanne was a wonderful woman. The last few months have been hard, but think of the good times you two had out on the lake in your boat.

  28. Taken way to soon, may her smile and laughter fill your hearts with joy instead of sorrow. Our deepest sympathies.

  29. So sorry to hear about Joanne. She was a great friend. My sympathies to her family and loved ones.

  30. I was so glad to have Joanne in my family. She was an enthusiastic baker, crafter and worker. I enjoyed our many visits. You left us too soon dear lady.

  31. So sorry to hear, someone has great plans for this amazing lady

  32. I have lost my best friend and companion. She was warm, caring and gave so much to others in need. We Laughed, cried, and traveled together. I know we will meet again, so much we didn’t get a chance to do. Love you Joanne


  33. I am sorry to hear this. I remember Joanne working in the Co-op bakery and of course as Jackie’s sister. She truly loved Jocie and Justin.

  34. To you Janice Kutney, Jackie Cote Wagner, Jason Cote, Gerry and Yvette and your families we extend our heartfelt sympathy. Take comfort in your memories and each other. Love Mark, Lisa, Mason and Elia

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