Joanne M. Manring

June 11, 1930 ‒ March 13, 2018

Galion, Ohio

Joanne M. Manring, 87, of rural Galion passed Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

She was born on June 11, 1930 to the late Harley and Ethel (Gelsanliter) Braden. Joanne was born in North Bloomfield Township, Morrow County on the family farm in the house where she still made her home.

She attended first grade at Half Acre School, a one room school. After Half Acre closed, Joanne attended and graduated from Iberia School.

On March 24, 1949, Joanne married Robert “Bob” Manring who preceded her in death on May 15, 1994.

Joanne was a farmer’s daughter and wife, helping run the farm. She retired from ITT North Electric in Galion and was a member of Faith Community Church in Crestline.

Joanne is survived by son David Manring and his wife Pat (Jones) Manring and their sons, Matthew, who helped take care of her, Kyle and Eric; son-in-law Marc Gubkin of Monument, Colorado; sister-in-law Dianna Braden and her son, Scott (Diane) Braden and their four daughters and three other great nieces, all of Caldwell; niece Crystal Brenneman of Logan and nephew Joe Quaintance of Tacoma, Washington.

In addition to her parents and husband, Joanne was preceded in death by her daughter, Sharon (Manring) Gubkin; her brother, James Braden; her sister and husband, Dorothy (Braden) Quaintance and Mark Quaintance and a nephew, Brad Braden.

Calling hours will be from 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, March 15, 2018 at Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes, 218 South Market St., Galion, Ohio 44833 where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 16 officiated by her pastor, Pastor William Fox. Burial will follow at Iberia Cemetery

The family requests in lieu of flowers please make a contribution to the Sharon Manring Gubkin Scholarship Fund at North Central State College, Mansfield, Ohio in care of the funeral home. The scholarship is given to a Northmor High School graduate who is attending North Central State College.

Joanne’s family would like to thank the staff of Signature HealthCARE of Galion and the staff of Kindred Hospice for their care, assistance and support.

Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes in Galion is honored to serve the family of Joanne Manring, and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • Dave, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. She was such a sweet soul. We will be praying for you.

  • So sorry for your loss. May Joanne be forever in the presence of our Heavenly Father. Her spirit will be missed greatly. Prayers to all of you.

  • I was so sorry to read about Joanne’s death. She was such a sweetie. She always had to give me a hug when she would come in my office. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

  • We are so sorry about your mother & want to extend our condolences. You have been & will continue to be in our prayers. God bless you & family.

  • David and family:

    Sorry to hear about your mother. I was just thinking of her awhile back. Memories of growing up down the “road” on County Road 35 or Foos Road with your parents and grandparents, who were great neighbors and friends.
    Prayers for you and your family. You have great memories as well and they will always be with you.

  • We only knew Joanne for a short time – meeting her about 9 years ago when we owned Hope Cabins and Banquet and she was a volunteer for the weekly Bingo. We instantly took a liking to her and she became one of our best friends while we lived there. We would often have her, Mary Wintermute, and Everett McClarren for lunch. They had all graduated the same year from Iberia. I was touched by her positive spirit, smile, and sincerity. We’re so glad we got to see her about 3 weeks ago. She recognized us immediately and it was like old times! She loved her family; missed Sharon terribly; and had a strong faith. She is now pain-free and whole again. We will miss her, but we’re thankful and blessed for the time we got to know her.

  • I first remember Joanne as a teacher at Vacation Bible School at the Ebenezer Methodist Church many years ago. I was able to visit her winter home in Punta Gorda, FL once when Mary Wintermute flew down to see Joanne.
    I’m saddened to hear of Joanne’s passing, but glad to know she is reunited with loved ones who have already gone before.
    Praying for God’s loving arms to surround and uphold her family in the days and weeks ahead.

  • So sorry for your loss! Joanne was always so pleasant and welcoming! She is now with our Heavenly Father in a better place. May God comfort your hearts.

  • SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. WE ALWAYS ENJOYED VISITING WITH HER.
    SHE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON WHO EVERYONE LOVED.

  • I have only known your family for almost a year, thankful to have made friends with your mom, she was a sweet lady and always told me how kind she thought I was to always sit with her in church, we had great conversations. Sorry for her passing before I really knew her, however the time we had was memorable. Prayers for the family during this time of loss.

  • TO DAVE AND FAMILY,SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS OF YOUR MOM .SHE WAS A VERY NICEPERSON,AND GLAD I GOT TO KNOW HER. SORRY WE DID NOT MAKE IT TONIGHT . BOB HEFFELFINGER HAS BEEN IN AND OUT OF HOSITPAL AND NOT DOING GOOD .HE TALK TO YOU REAL SOON .LET KNOW IF YOU NEED ANYTHING. BYE BOB AND SHEILA HEFFELFINGER……..

  • I am so sorry that I didn’t get in touch when I thought of your mom. She was such a dear, smiling person and came to us when we also lost a 46 year old daughter. Thinking of you with fond memories.