Joan Carroll Kelleher, 63 of Vero Beach, Fl passed away on March 9, 2020 at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital.
She was born in Beverly, Mass. And had been a resident of Vero Beach for 15 years, coming from Beverly, Mass.
Joan was a case manager at New Horizons of the Treasure Coast for 15 years. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.
Survivors include her companion, Edmund C. Spang of Vero Beach, FL of 20 years; 2 sons, Frederick Jewett, III. of San Diego, CA, Christian Jewett of New York City, NY; daughter Megan Jewett of Danvers, Mass. She is also survived by her brothers, Kevin Kelleher of Beverly, Mass., Peter Kelleher of Charlotte, SC and Tim Kelleher of Milton, Mass. Joan was predeceased by a brother, John C. Kelleher.
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