Carroll, Joan Ewan OCEAN CITY, N.J. Joan Ewan Carroll, longtime former resident of Haddonfield, N.J. and Ocean City, died peacefully on Sunday, January 8, 2017, in Clifton Park. She was the beloved wife of the late Philip James Carroll Sr. of Gardner, Mass. Joan was born in Phoenixville, Penn., to the late Robert Joseph Ewan and Helen (Ward) Ewan. She attended St. Mary's Academy in Philadelphia, Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and Rutgers University in Camden N.J., where she received her bachelor's in fine arts. Joan was the youngest surviving child of eight, and a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. She is survived by four children, Nancy Carroll McDonough (Michael William) of Clifton Park, Lisa Carroll Archambault (Darius) of West Chester, Penn., Philip James Carroll Jr. (Jackie Clapp) of Collingwood, N.J., and Marcia Carroll Burzair (Edward) of Rockwall, Texas; loving grandmother of Michael William McDonough Jr. (Meredith McNulty), Elizabeth McDonough, Philip James Carroll III, Jennifer Carroll Fuson (Randy), Isabella Burzair; and treasured great-grandmother of Michael (Mikey), Ava and Nola McDonough. She was blessed with many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews. She was an accomplished artist. She apprenticed with John Giannotti from Haddonfield, working with him on the Walt Whitman monument in Camden and the Haddonfield Dinosaur. Additionally, Joan had been a Girl Scouts of America Troop Leader, past P.T.A. president of Christ the King Regional School and she inaugurated the seniors group at St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church. She loved to sing, dance, drive and all things French! Mrs. Carroll's family will receive friends on Friday evening, January 13, 6-8 p.m.at Kain-Murphy Funeral Services, 15 West End Ave., Haddonfield. All are invited to her Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday, 11 a.m in Christ the King Roman Catholic Church, 200 Windsor Ave., Haddonfield. Interment, Holy Sepulcher Cemetary, Philadelphia., Penn. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in honor of Mrs. Carroll may be made to Carmelite Nuns of Philadelphia, 1400 66th Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19126.
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