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Joanne "Joey" Humbert

Joanne "Joey" Humbert
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Joanne “Joey” Humbert died Feb. 27, 2007, at ManorCare Health Service in Aberdeen, S.D.She was born Oct. 30, 1929, in Chicago to Paul and Angelia (Hirschfeld) Jacobi. She graduated from high school in Chicago and graduated from American Academy of Art in Chicago.She married Marvin Humbert on June 14, 1952, in Chicago. They made their home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She worked as a commercial artist for Collins Radio.In the late 1950s, she left employment to raise her children. In 1983, they moved to Aberdeen.Joey enjoyed flower gardening, drying flowers for arrangements and pressing flowers for stationery. She also kept busy with calligraphy.She was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, church choir and a church circle. She was also a member of Questers and PEO Chapter B.Survivors include her husband; daughter Susie Lockard of Glenwood Springs and Crista (Dr. Andras) Peter of Freehold, N.J.; sister Mary Lou (Bert) McGrew of Palatine, Ill.; brother Dr. Jean Paul (Lillian) Jacobi of Olympia Fields, Ill.; aunt Jeannette Grogan of Chicago; and grandchildren Brook and Blake Lockard and Charlie and Hailey Peter.The memorial service was held March 3 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Roger Noer officiating.The family requests memorials be sent to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Choir, 1429 N. Dakota St., Aberdeen, SD 57401.Carlsen Funeral Home and Crematory of Aberdeen has been entrusted with the arrangements.


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