In Memory

Johneane Teeter (Powers)

Johneane Teeter (Powers)

Oakland Press

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07/02/21 02:23 PM #1    

Carlton Thomas Kissner

Johneane was a baton twirler at O. L. Smith Junior High, before Edsel Ford.  She was a class-act all the way, and a really decent human being.

                              Tom Kissner

07/02/21 03:25 PM #2    

Jim Blackburn

Johneane was a special person to me and my family all through Jr High and High School. Her family and mine belonged to the same church, Hope Lutheran Church on Carlisle and Madison. We were in the same confirmation class. Her stepfather Bob Colt was General Manager at HR Marsh and Son Chevrolet on Michigan Ave and my parents bought their cars from there. Before I got my Drivers License mom would drive me to school and many times we would pick Johneane on the  way. When I turned 16 Johneane planned a surprise birthday party for me with my mother. She was a special person and will be greartly missed.


07/02/21 04:59 PM #3    

Ron Miller (Miller)

Great high school friend. Many times later in life I would bump into her at pine lake and update our life's. 

07/03/21 06:21 PM #4    

Bonnie Pratt (Sheill)

To this day every time I hear " Honeycomb " by Jimmie Rodgers I think of her twirling for a  pep rally a OL Smith.  Also I remember the two us worked on a report on Vitamin E at Smith.  Who knows why, I wish I could remember important things.

07/04/21 06:57 PM #5    

Vernetta Gamen (Mullins)

I remember her doing her baton twirling at pep rallies at O.L. Smith!  She was very talented.

07/04/21 10:26 PM #6    

Glenn Dunn

When I was Drum Major for the band, Johneane marched 5 yards behind me and let me know when improvement in my performance would be helpful (necessary). As I remember, I always attempted to follow her suggestions and cherished her help and friendship.

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