Joanne Carol Polenske

Joanne Carol Polenske

January 01, 1940 - October 06, 2008

Joanne Carol Polenske

January 01, 1940 - October 06, 2008


Polenske, Joanne Carol

Born in Milwaukee, WI on January 1, 1940 to William and Dorothy Vojtik. She peacefully passed on to eternity October 6, 2008 at her home in Mission Viejo, CA.

Joanne is survived by her husband Arvin Ski, children Sandy Gerard Luckett of Rancho Santa Margarita and Steve Shawnene of Trabuco Canyon, grandchildren Brennen, Mitchell, Griffin and Jarrett, sister Joyce Kenneth Tucek of Milwaukee, WI as well as her extended family, neighbors, special friends including members from Lutheran Church of the Cross, Laguna Hills.

Joanne moved to California with her family in 1973 where she made a loving home for her family. Her faith was evident in the way she lived her life. Her quiet strength, positive attitude and gentle manner was an example for all who knew her. Attending Bible class with Brennen, Mitch and Jarrett and special cuddles with Griffin were highlights of her week.

A celebration of life and memorial service will be held on Thursday, October 9th, 4pm at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made in Joanne’s name to the American Cancer Society.

O’Connor Mortuary, 949 581-4300

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8 responses to Joanne Carol Polenske

  1. We would like to share our condolences with all the family members. May Jo rest in peace.

  2. Barb Krohn says:

    Soar Up Like an Eagle my dear mama Jo. I know you are in heaven with Jesus and that makes me so happy. How can we be sad that you are gone when we know where you are? But yet still I miss you. I love you like a mother and will never forget your love. Here’s a prayer the Lord shared with me during worship one day.
    Heaven is going to be awesome.
    Jo will be enjoying the heavenly spot You”°Ã¢”šÂ¬Ã¢”žÂ¢ve made for her.
    Bless her Lord, Bless Sandy.
    Bless Sandy is a way she never ever imagined.
    Let Jo”°Ã¢”šÂ¬Ã¢”žÂ¢s reunion with You Lord and her parents be ever so sweet and lovely.
    Grant Sandy peace as she learns to live her life without her friend, mother and companion.
    Help her to live her new life with joy and zeal for the Lord.
    Invigorate her to walk each day with you.
    Give her strength.
    This is my prayer for you and yours my dear friend.

  3. Dear Aunt Jo…you will never be forgotten and we will always miss you. We will join you and be together again one day in heaven… until then…our thoughts and prayers are with you…Diane & Kevin

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