FLETCHER - Funeral service for JoAnn Mahan-White Kloer will be held at 12:30 p.m., Friday, April 6, 2018, at Fletcher Assembly of God Church with Brother Dennis Myers officiating. Burial will follow at 2 p.m. at the Fort Sill National Cemetery under the direction of the Fletcher Funeral Home. Margaret JoAnn Mahan was born March 21, 1942, to Joseph Mahan and Susie Hosford-Mahan in Lyles, Tenn. Joe and Susie raised their children in Fletcher and resided in Fletcher until they passed. JoAnn, as she was known to many, loved to go to the local roller skating rink as a young girl. This is where she met Russell S. White while he was a solider at Fort Sill. They married Jan. 31, 1958, in Wichita Falls, Texas. They moved to Oswego, Kan., when Russell ended his tour in Korea during the Korean War. They had four children, 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Joann later married Larry Kloer and moved back to Fletcher to be near her family. They had two children, eight grandchildren and a great-grandson. Family was most important to her. Joann enjoyed big family gatherings, fishing, barbeques, and watching the children play. She will be missed so dearly by all who knew and loved her. JoAnn is survived by her children: Audrea White; Sherman White and his wife, Cindy; Cindy Dees and her husband, Douglas Sr; Tracy White and his wife, Teri; Tory Kloer and his wife, Kimmie; and Nikki Williams and her husband, Dale; grandchildren: Dustin Boothe, Daniel Boothe, David Boothe, Lacey Boothe, Michael White-Strimple, Jamie Stanislaus, Douglas Dees Jr, Ricky Dees Sr, Darrel Dees, Thomas White, Alex White, Paris Duvall, Tifany Kloer, Lance Workman, Tori Kloer, Dusti Grossnickolaus, Wyatt Grossnickolaus, and Yolissa Williams; and eight great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by a granddaughter, Taylor Kloer; her parents, Joseph and Susie Mahan; brothers: Wiley Mahan, Lacy Mahan, and Shelbey Mahan; sisters: Virginia Mahan and Betty Sue Mahan; father-in-law, Harold White; mother-in-law, Charlotte White; brother-in-law, Verlyn White; mother-in-law Hazel Kloer and father-in-law Dennis Kloer. The family requests that in lieu of flowers that donations be made to the children’s departments of the Fletcher and Sterling Assembly of God Churches.