Annaclare Joslyn, 1963 ~ 2013
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Annaclare Marie (McGann) Joslyn, 49, passed away Feb. 1, 2013. She was born Nov. 27, 1963, in Hammond, Ind., the beloved daughter of James and Marilyn McGann.

Annaclare was the loving mother of three children, Erin Pogue (Dave), Rogue River, Ore., Daniel Harmon (Misty Palmer), Grand Junction, Colo., and Sarah Harmon, Grand Junction, Colo. She was also the cherished sister of 12 siblings, Tim McGann (Jayma), Indianapolis, Ind., Kevin McGann (Barbara), Castle Valley,Utah, Pat McGann (Jeanne), Moab Utah, Maureen Randolph, Moab, Mike McGann (Carla), Price,Utah, Jim McGann (Mary), Moab, Terry McGann (Marie), Moab, Katy Bloomfield, Elko,Nev,. Bill McGann (Winona), Gresham,Ore., Kara Ross, Las Vegas, Nev., and Matt McGann (Colleen), Ivins, Utah.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and brother, John F. McGann.

Annaclare was a caring and wonderful aunt to many nieces and nephews, and proud grandma of Elijah, Riley and Talen Pogue, and Dylan and Fayt Harmon.

Annaclare had a fiery spirit that was tough yet gentle. Family and friends meant everything to her, and her grandchildren, especially, were her greatest joy in life.

Goodnight and God bless you; may the Lord always hold you in the palm of his hand, Annaclare Marie McGann.

A viewing and memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 7 at Spanish Valley Mortuary, 386 N. 100 West, in Moab.

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