Joan Massie Obituary, Death – On October 29, 2022, Joan Marie Massie, who had lived in McAllen, Texas all her life and had reached the age of 84 when she passed away, went to be with our Lord. Julian’s birthday is January 15th, 1938, and he was born in San Antonio, Texas. His father’s name was Alvin, and his mother’s name was Mary Dorothy Julian. San Antonio is where Julian’s birth took place.

The wedding was held at St. Luke’s Catholic Church in San Antonio on April 27, 1963. St. Luke’s is located in the city of San Antonio. It had been half a century since the first time that they had communicated with one another. In the not too distant future, Earl Massie Jr. will assume the responsibilities of housemaster. Joan has been working in the real estate industry for the past 32 years, and as a consequence, she is well-known all over the community.

Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren are named Aiden Massie, Ashlynn Massie, Addison Massie, Jason Bentley, Araeley Martinez, and David Martinez. Also included in this group are her great-grandchildren. She is survived by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, including Aiden Massie, Ashlynn Massie, Addison Massie, and Jason Bentley. Her grandchildren’s names are Braden Contreras (Loren) and Tailynn Contreras (DJ).

Her great-grandchildren, Jason Bentley and Ashlynn Massie, are among her descendants. She also has other descendants. She was granted approval by it. Her husband Earl Massie, Jr., daughter Bridget Massie, grandson Ashton Massie, and stepson Christopher Crabtree all died before she did. She was the last of her family members to pass away. Her daughter Bridget Massie had passed away prior to her passing. Her current husband, Earl Massie Jr., had been her previous husband. There will be a viewing tonight beginning at 6 o’clock and continuing until 8 o’clock.

The funeral mass is scheduled to take place on November 17, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows Church in McAllen, which can be found at 1108 W. Hackberry Avenue. 1108 West Hackberry Avenue is where you’ll find the church when you visit. Rio Grande Valley State Veterans Cemetery, which can be found at 2520 S. Inspiration Road in Mission, Texas 78572, will be the location of the burial that will take place on November 17, at eleven in the morning. 78572, State of Texas, Mission