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Jo’el Danielle Howson

Jo’el Danielle Howson/Vick

12-31-1985 to 2-15-2021

Daughter of Joseph Edward Howson and Deborah Jane Howson.

She considered Capricieo Ring as a brother whom she loved and was raised with. 

Jo’el was greatly loved by us and her grandparents. 

She had many friends from all around the world. 

She had achieved many accomplishments and lived a very adventurous life, and traveled all over the world.

Jo’el was adopted at birth and we wanted her raised with the truth of that and therefore agreed to an open adoption. She had a good and loving relationship with her birth family from birth to present. She was greatly loved by all of them. 

Words can’t express how much we will miss our daughter.

Our faith in Christ Jesus, His death, burial & resurrection is our only hope in this life.

We trust only in Him and His sovereignty.

“For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.”

Romans 8:18 

May this great loss that we are suffering bring glory to God. 

May our baby rest in peace. 

James 1, Nahum 1:7 &

Romans 8:18-39


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  • Robin Ormsby says:

    Jo was my neighbor and and we waved and chatted every time I went out on my kayak. Her porch was visible from my porch and I would often check to see if she was in her outdoor office. She was a lovely young woman who would often share with me the things she loved here in Saint Pete. I had just moved here a year ago and she was one of the first welcoming faces. I just want you know that she crosses my mind daily. This tragedy was so jarring and sudden, I can barely wrap my mind around its implications. I knew something was wrong and should’ve knocked on her door more often. I can’t even imagine what her family is facing but I am here to say that she is missed and made an impression. Even just knowing her over a year. I am deeply sorry for your loss.

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  • Ken Weeks CAPT, USN (Retired) says:

    I knew Jo’el in Misawa, Japan. We are very sorry for your loss.

  • Lance DeViney says:

    I apologize for the tardiness of this note, but several of us have just learned of Jo’el’s passing. My heart goes out to the Howson family, and I pray the Lord will send His spirit to comfort you and give you grace and strength in the days to come. Please know that there are scores of us who loved and appreciated your daughter, and who were ourselves encouraged and uplifted by her smile and laughter. I worked closely with her in Misawa, Japan, and daily enjoyed lively discussions and working together on projects big and small. Jo’el’s light shined bright in so many ways – she pursued excellence in all that she did, and raised our spirits with her grace and friendship. I recall several times her showing us pictures and telling of how she loved visiting with you all in Utah. God bless you all in your time of sorrow. With great respect and heartfelt condolences, Lance.

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