JoAnne M. Bayne

Obituaries in Independence, MO | The Examiner
Speaks Suburban Chapel

JoAnne M. Bayne

Independence - JoAnne M. Bayne, 81, of Independence, MO passed away November 16, 2021 at The Groves. A visitation to honor JoAnne will be held on Sunday, November 21, from 1-2:30 p.m., with a celebration of life to follow, at 2:30 p.m., both at the Speaks Suburban Chapel, 18020 E. 39th Street in Independence, MO. The celebration of life will be livestreamed via Speaks Chapels page for those who would like to virtually attend her service. She will be laid to rest at Oak Ridge Memory Gardens in Independence, MO. JoAnne was born August 5, 1940 in Chatham, Ontario Provence, Canada, to Harold & Violet Dickson. In 1959, JoAnne completed RN Nursing Training and worked in London, Ontario Provence, at a TB Sanitorium. She immigrated to Independence from Canada in 1960 because of her testimony of Jesus Christ and the hope of Zion. She worked at the Independence Sanatorium. JoAnne met her future husband, Elbert, when a Sunday School Teacher at Gudgell Park RLDS where he was Sunday School Director. JoAnne married Elbert Bayne (formerly of St. Mary's, Ontario Provence, Canada) on August 10, 1963 at Gudgell Park. JoAnne and Elbert have been members of Parkview Community of Christ since 1973. JoAnne was a Montessori Pre-School Teacher and enjoyed teaching children about Jesus Christ. She helped many families with their children and home management. JoAnne found a great delight in Jesus Christ and the saints of the restored gospel. JoAnne is preceded in death by her sisters; Marie Dickson, Mildred Logan, and her husband Elbert Bayne. She is survived by her brother, Edward Dickson and his wife Janice; sister, Mary Dickson, her four children; David Bayne, Courtney Brock and husband Douglas, Cristen Moe and Colleen Bayne; three grandchildren, Mariah Moe, Elijah Brock and Emma Brock; and many delightful relatives in Canada and Central Missouri. JoAnne was a lifelong teacher and caregiver to children and she also struggled with Huntington's disease. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions in her memory to Parkview Community of Christ Youth Fund or to the Huntington's Disease Society of America. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.speakschapel.com (Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel 816-373-3600).

Posted online on November 19, 2021

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Obituaries in Independence, MO | The Examiner

JoAnne M. Bayne

Speaks Suburban Chapel

JoAnne M. Bayne

Independence - JoAnne M. Bayne, 81, of Independence, MO passed away November 16, 2021 at The Groves. A visitation to honor JoAnne will be held on Sunday, November 21, from 1-2:30 p.m., with a celebration of life to follow, at 2:30 p.m., both at the Speaks Suburban Chapel, 18020 E. 39th Street in Independence, MO. The celebration of life will be livestreamed via Speaks Chapels page for those who would like to virtually attend her service. She will be laid to rest at Oak Ridge Memory Gardens in Independence, MO. JoAnne was born August 5, 1940 in Chatham, Ontario Provence, Canada, to Harold & Violet Dickson. In 1959, JoAnne completed RN Nursing Training and worked in London, Ontario Provence, at a TB Sanitorium. She immigrated to Independence from Canada in 1960 because of her testimony of Jesus Christ and the hope of Zion. She worked at the Independence Sanatorium. JoAnne met her future husband, Elbert, when a Sunday School Teacher at Gudgell Park RLDS where he was Sunday School Director. JoAnne married Elbert Bayne (formerly of St. Mary's, Ontario Provence, Canada) on August 10, 1963 at Gudgell Park. JoAnne and Elbert have been members of Parkview Community of Christ since 1973. JoAnne was a Montessori Pre-School Teacher and enjoyed teaching children about Jesus Christ. She helped many families with their children and home management. JoAnne found a great delight in Jesus Christ and the saints of the restored gospel. JoAnne is preceded in death by her sisters; Marie Dickson, Mildred Logan, and her husband Elbert Bayne. She is survived by her brother, Edward Dickson and his wife Janice; sister, Mary Dickson, her four children; David Bayne, Courtney Brock and husband Douglas, Cristen Moe and Colleen Bayne; three grandchildren, Mariah Moe, Elijah Brock and Emma Brock; and many delightful relatives in Canada and Central Missouri. JoAnne was a lifelong teacher and caregiver to children and she also struggled with Huntington's disease. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions in her memory to Parkview Community of Christ Youth Fund or to the Huntington's Disease Society of America. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.speakschapel.com (Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel 816-373-3600).

Posted online on November 19, 2021