Jo Mayhew Wennerberg
1944 ∼ 2019
Al and Eileen Long of Hyannis wrote:
We are in shock finding g out about Jo's passing. A sweet, loving and caring lady and friend. George, our hearts are heavy for you loss of wife, companion and friend. She will never leave your heart.
Gary Stanieich of Londonderry nh wrote:
Like so many others I am one of the many Barbo cousins. Jo loved her family evidenced by the way she stayed in touch with most of us over the years! Jo was one of my baby sitters when I was young. I know I will personally miss her frequent emails or personal comments on social media. Recently she emailed me a picture of me as a baby in her arm’s. So sad for your/our loss especially to those immediate family Paula and Rob George and her cousins Love ❤️ Gary
Christine (Quaranto) Madore of Shrewsbury, MA wrote:
George, Rob and Paula, I am sure very few, if any, people knew what a blessing Auntie Jo was in my life. Although technically she was not my “Aunt” she was and always will be my Auntie Jo. We hadn’t seen each other in years, but she loved to message me. It never failed, her messages would always pop up, at just the right time. I would always tell her it was like she was my personal angel and she always knew when I needed her the most. I was devastated to hear of her passing, but was relieved when I learned that you were all with her. That meant she left this world surrounded by those she loved and cherished the most. May her angels wings embrace you all. Sending my love, peace and prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss, Christine (Quaranto) Madore
Joan of Harwich, MA wrote:
Simply, she was the best. I am so sorry for your loss. Joan/Heatherwood
Nichole Hornsby of Winter Garden, FL wrote:
I wish the family healing and peace. My thoughts are with you.
Lynne R Davidson of New York wrote:
I had the pleasure of sharing many Thanksgivings with Jo and fun times on Cape Cod. We would joke around that we were both Gregg's cousins and teased him about which cousin won was the #1 blue ribbon. It was Jo. She always shared her love and humor to all who surrounded her. I loved Jo and her dear husband George, and her two great kids Paula and Rob. What a blessed and close family. Love always shined through wherever she was.. May her beloved family and friends she touched be blessed by the memories of the joy and love she shared. And may the lord bless all whom her heart touched. Rest in peace,Jo. You will forever have a place in our hearts. Your loving second cousin, Lynne.
Blanche MacMullan of The Villages, FL wrote:
There are simply no words to convey our deepest sympathy at the loss of such a beautiful person. She will forever be in our hearts. With love, Blanche and John
Mike and Rachel Mayhew of Charleston, SC wrote:
Sorry for your loss. I will always remember the good times we spent together and her amazing personality and cooking. Love, mike
Sarah Cunningham of Charlestown, MA wrote:
To Paula and Rob...your mom was a steady presence during my years at St. George's church...definitely part of my extended church family, for sure. What I remember most - besides her always chic suits, her Sunday best was truly the best - is her laughter. No matter how shy or sullen (let's face it, my middle school years may not have been my best) she always greeted me with nothing buy joy. My heart is broken for you, and I hope you both have all the love, support and peace you need. xo