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In Memory of

JoAnn Bosworth Martin

July 10, 1953 - May 10, 2017

Obituary


JoAnn Bosworth Martin, a loving mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend was born July 10, 1953 in Fort Sill Oklahoma and entered into rest on May 10, 2017 at the age of 63. She was preceded in death by her son Patrick Jablecki, her brother Gerry Lee Bosworth, and her brother Raymond P. Bosworth. She leaves behind her husband Thomas Martin; her son & his wife Jason and Meagan Jablecki; Parents Cecile Mary (Pikor) and Raymond Paul Bosworth; Grandchildren Darby and Piper Jablecki; Sister Linda Martin. After graduating from Roosevelt High School in 1971 she...

JoAnn Bosworth Martin, a loving mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend was born July 10, 1953 in Fort Sill Oklahoma and entered into rest on May 10, 2017 at the age of 63. She was preceded in death by her son Patrick Jablecki, her brother Gerry Lee Bosworth, and her brother Raymond P. Bosworth. She leaves behind her husband Thomas Martin; her son & his wife Jason and Meagan Jablecki; Parents Cecile Mary (Pikor) and Raymond Paul Bosworth; Grandchildren Darby and Piper Jablecki; Sister Linda Martin. After graduating from Roosevelt High School in 1971 she married Joseph Jablecki, father of Patrick and Jason in Alabama. She returned to San Antonio a few years later, where she married Tom, her husband of 38 years in 1978, raised her family with love and hard work, and later retired from AT&T after a distinguished career. She enjoyed writing poetry, painting, and was an accomplished ceramist. Most of all, she enjoyed spending time with her adoring granddaughters that love their "Ma" more than anything. JoAnn had an incredible passion for God, love, life, and people. She lived and loved without constraint. She loved flowers, plants, animals and all of God's creations, so much so that family members would say "if I die, I want to come back as one of JoAnn's dogs". She spoke often to Mary, and had an incredibly deep faith that she relied upon during tough times. Her phrase "just gotta love me" was something she often said, with a huge smile on her face, and it's the way she lived her life.

From her family, on her behalf, thank you for your love and friendship.