Joann Clay

Joann Clay passed away peacefully on Feb. 27, 2024 in Colorado Springs, CO. She was born Oct. 17, 1937 in Laramie, Wy to Dale and Ruth Jones.. She is survived by her daughter Cindy Lange, also of Colorado Springs, her son Mike Neal of Cheyenne, WY, her brother Gordon (Alice) Jones of Lewisville, NC, and many nieces and nephews, granddaughter Ryan Moore and 2 great grandchildren, Maddux and Meara, all of Casper, WY, and close family friend and Cindy and Mike’s “other mother” Connie Neal of Cheyenne, WY, also her “step family” Marlin (Kathy) Rambo of Laramie, Sandy Rambo of Lafayette, CO, Jerry Hankin of Laramie, Stepdaughter Lorrie (Tom)Baker of Albuquerque, and grandchildren. She was an avid and masterful Bridge player and also loved playing Gin Rummy with her Mom and Aunt as she cared for them in their later years. She was a voracious reader, sometimes reading the same novel more than once if she loved it. She had a great sense of humor and love of life, and treasured her many friends near and far. She made everyone she met feel special. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dale Jones and Ruth Pingitzer, her grandmother Frances King, her “Auntie” Viola Walker, her husbands Edward Pollock and Royce Clay, her daughter Carolyn Moore, and her stepdaughter Linda Purdy. She was much loved and will be missed immensely. She is now at peace and with Our Lord in Heaven

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Condolences (3)

  • Anonymous

    Grandma Jo, we love you. Will always remember the times spent with you and my daughters, you were a very special person, so happy and loving, the world needs more people just like you!

  • Mark Anderson

    I will miss her. Your mom was always so sweet. Always in my heart

  • Cindy Lange

    At her request, there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Community Entry Services in Jackson, WY, or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.


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