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JoAnn Mallow

joann mallow

December 17, 1958 ~ February 5, 2023

Born in: Memphis, Tennessee
Resided in: Converse, Texas

Our beloved wife, mother, sister, and friend, JoAnn Mallow, gained her heavenly wings on February 5, 2023 in New Braunfels, Texas. She was born to Olivero Joe Mirelez and Theresa Sebrina Garcia on December 17, 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee.

JoAnn was a loving person, who had the purest heart. She married the love of her life, Paul W. Mallow in 1995, but met five years prior. They shared a beautiful union of 27 years together, while also raising their only son, Mark.

JoAnn was a Godly woman who strongly believed in her faith. She stood strong on the word of the Lord. As a devoted member of St. Paul Lutheran Church, she spent countless days and hours serving in her community. JoAnn cherished her St. Paul Lutheran family and loved serving the Lord through its various ministries. With such strong faith, she had the ability to lead many people to build a relationship with God.

While JoAnn was able to work, she cared for many family members and several others that depended on her gentle care as their personal care provider. JoAnn was a truly devoted wife and mother who will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

JoAnn was greeted in heaven by her mother Theresa Sebrina Mirelez.

She is survived by her husband Paul W. Mallow, of 27 years; her only son, Mark Mallow, her father: Olivero Joe & Esperanza Mirelez, her siblings: Joseph Mirelez and Nancy Eisen Mirelez, Mary and Mike Melle, Jacqueline and Clay Maddox, June Mirelez, Jeanette and Bruce Rubenstein, and Jacob and Stacy Mirelez, step-sister: Samantha & Rogelio Campos, god family: Susan and Jason Segovia as well as numerous nieces, nephews, god-children, and others she called her children.


Visitation: February 17, 2023 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

MeadowLawn Funeral Home
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States


Funeral Service: February 18, 2023 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Paul Lutheran Church
2302 S. Presa
San Antonio, TX United States


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  1. Rest in Peace my beautiful cousin, JoAnn, peace and tranquility is yours now, give hugs to your Mom, and if u see my .Mom, hug her for me ..we will always love you..prima..

  2. We will miss you dearly cousin. I know you are with your momma and mine and all our Angels up above.. love you with all our hearts. Rest with our Lord and sleep with the Angels.

  3. JoAnn’s personal faith in Jesus Christ was an inspiration to me. She is sorely missed by family and friends alike. I remember the joy she exuded as she spoke of her faith in Jesus to me and others, and find comfort. While I mourn our loss here, I am reminded of the VICTORY in Jesus! I’m so very thankful that that because of God’s mercy and grace found in Jesus Christ, this goodbye is not permanent. See you soon sister.

  4. You were always so sweet and genuine to me. You prayed for me. Laid your hands on me. You are my Sister In Christ. So beautiful inside and out. We may hurt now for you but I’m happy your not hurting anymore. Now you have a new body and can always be with us. Thank you for all the love you always showed. Until we meet again above the clouds. Love you JoAnn.

  5. CandleImageThe world won’t be the same without your light and beauty, JoAnn. You are dearly missed. See you again one day, on the flip side.

  6. CandleImagePaul, and Mark, Sending Our Deepest Condolences to you both, and her Family. JoAnn, you have always spoken with you Heart, and have given Comfort in times of Healing. 💞

  7. JoAnn will always be remembered for her beautiful smile, her loving hugs and her ability to always make everyone around her feel loved and wanted! She will be missed! Now she is in heaven loving God and having no pain!

  8. CandleImageI am so blessed to have called you my sister. I will miss our talks, our laughter and singing together. I have beautiful memories and teachings from you and will hold them dear in my heart. You are now my future and I look forward to being with you again. You were a good a worthy servant JoAnn and a true inspiration to your family who witnessed your courage, faith and hope. I love you, sister♥️

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