Joan E. Hajda, 76, passed away October 20, 2020 in Queen Creek, Arizona. She was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 26, 1944.
Joan is survived by her husband of 56 years Mitchell Hajda, her two children Joseph and Tiffany, and her grandchildren Wyatt, Sarah, Richard, and Joshua.
The funeral service will be held Friday, November 6, 2020 at 10 AM at Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E. Queen Creek Road, Gilbert, Arizona 85297.
To the Hajda family, our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Sorry for your loss, Joan will truly be missed.
She will be so missed by us but we have our happy memories of all the wonderful times we spent with both of them.
So sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with the family.
Our condolence to her family. This is hard for a close knit family to go through the grieving process.
There are no words to express our sadness at the loss of Joan. She was a wonderful person, friend, mother and wife. The 4 of us shared so much and we are so grateful she was in our life. We will miss her. Keeping her and you and your family in our prayers.
My thoughts are with the entire family. I was blessed to have such a caring Aunt and we shared many laughs together.
So very sorry for your loss, she was a favorite of mine. A lovely person always a joy to see. She will be missed.
Love and prayers,
My heart goes out to Mitch her kids and grand kids. She was a cousin I grew up with. She will be greatly missed.
I have been friends with her daughter for over 30 years. Her mom was the sweetest and most generous woman and will be greatly missed. Prayers for the family… Ginna Hampton and family…
I am so sorry to Joan passed away please except my condolences She was a very nice lady and she will be missed greatly Paul Blanco
My condolences to the Hajda family I’ve known Tiffany for 33 years and have met both her parents Joan and Mitch Very nice people she was the guiding light to the family . She will be missed greatly Paul Blanco
My deepest condolences my prayers are with the family.
My deepest sympathy to the entire Hajda family! Joan was such a lovely person. I felt a connection to her from the first time we met so many years ago! She will be missed by so many!!
I am sending my most sincere condolences to the entire Hadja family. I have known Joan as my best friend Tiffany’s mom for the better part of 35 years. I will always remember the Fourth of July cookout we would have. Joan would always walk in the room with a big smile on her face and brighten up the place. She will be truly missed.
Thank you so much for letting me know about the video slide show. It was so nice to see my sweet cousin in the pictures of her life. She was a special lady and I along with many people will miss having her in our lives. Deepest sympathies to all of the family.
Such a beautiful tribute to a wonderful woman! Thank you for letting us know about it. It brought back great memories of family and happier times. Wishing you all peace in the days ahead.
Dear Mitch & Family, We are very sad for your loss. We hope you all will remember all the good times that you spent together.
She was my friend since we were 13 years old. I loved her with all of my heart. Going through Jr. high and Senior high school together..well, you could say we we partners in crime…we has many escapades and many laughs. She had the best laugh ever. She was such a blessed soul. I am so sorry for the loss of Joan. Our lives were so much richer becauswe she touched them. I will miss her every day that I live. My love goes out to Mitch, their children and grandchild…and exrended family and friends. Joan was a shining star; now she resides in heaven. My deepest condolances.
I first met Joan in 1967, in Markham, IL through Mitch Hajda’s friend, George Bishton, who I was going with at the time. I have to say we hit it right out of the ballpark when we first met. I had never met anyone sweeter or kinder to me then she was with the fact that we had just met that evening. From that point on, you could have said we were inseparable. We had stored some wonderful memories together. Laughter was our best feature, to say the least! Her laugh was irreplaceable but her smile brought out her best features. I shall never forget it. We were a team back then. In 1970, I believe, is when Mitch and Joan and their two little ones, Joey and Tiffany left Illinois and moved to Arizona. I had almost 3 years being with Mitch and Joan and stayed friends with them through letters across the miles to Arizona and vice versa. Was such a shock to me when I heard of Joan’s passing this year, 2022. Just couldn’t be or shouldn’t be, Will miss her with all my heart! My condolences to Mitch and his family. They lost a precious part of them, amen. God bless and give you peace.