Jo-Ann Sadako Kusumoto

August 7, 1944 - December 28, 2021
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Denise Gonzales left a message on March 4, 2022:
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Denise Gonzales left a message on March 4, 2022:
I just heard of Joann’s passing and I’m heartbroken. I wish I had been able to contact her years ago. She and I were best of friends while working together at Trader Vic’s. We went to each other’s 1st wedding and shared joys and disappointments. Then we lost touch. For which I am truly sorry. I have thought of her often and still do. Joann, you made an impact in my life and will always be remembered. God bless you my dear friend.
Sylvia Reynoso left a message on January 2, 2022:
I’ve known sweet Jo-Ann for 10 years. She was a regular at Salon One 50. I told her many times she was one of my favorites :) She always walked in with a smile and a warm greet. I’d say “Good Morning Jo-Ann” in my enthusiastic voice since I was always happy to see her and she always laughed and said “ Oh good morning Sylvia” we’d continue to ask how each other have been, we’d seat, laughed and catch up. I will always make her laugh when I’d vent to her about silly salon gossip she had a cute chuckle she would say “oh your so funny” and we’d both laugh a little louder. She was a special client to me a rare soul not many like her and she was always so thoughtful and you knew she truly cared. Every Christmas she’d make sure to give me a gift earrings or a stylish hat etc I’m so grateful for them now every time I wear them I’ll think of her and smile. Jo-Ann was not only a special client, but a friend who I cared for deeply and worried for when she had her surgery and was going through what she was going through, if I hadn’t seen her in a couple of days or when she’d call to say she wasn’t coming in because she wasn’t feeling good that day. I was pregnant with my first child and I couldn’t wait to tell her because I knew she’d be so happy for me and she was and she was so excited. I left on maternity leave (still currently) not knowing that last week of work would be the last time I’d see her. I often thought about Jo-Ann on my leave and was looking forward on my return soon to show her pictures of my new baby. I love Jo-Ann she was a beautiful, sweet, caring, sincere and loving soul. I’ll keep her memory forever with me. Gone way too soon had so much more to live. Such a loss. May she rest in paradise peacefully. My deepest condolences to Roy, Family & Dear Friends and to you Roy I know how much you loved her she was your everything and she loved you too. I am so sorry, God bless you during this very difficult time.
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