In Loving Memory Of Our Beloved “Joi St.Clair”

Joi St.Clair (Carolyn Bradford age 68) passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 after a two year battle with cancer.  Joi was born on August 24, 1953 and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado to Edward L. Bradford and Frances Bradford (Tolson).  

Joi graduated from Palmer High School. During her career, she worked for the USPS, as a Mortgage Loan officer and a Private Home Health Care provider.

Joi was a woman of strong faith. She enjoyed reading the bible, listening to gospel music and her online church services. She attended New Vision Christian Center COGIC in Colorado Springs. She enjoyed participating in Bible Study groups, and she touched many lives through her love for God.

Joi was preceded in death by her late life partner William Murphy, her father and mother, Edward and Frances Bradford. She is survived by her sister Mary Howard, brother Keith Bradford and adopted brother John Marsh.  She is also survived by her (KIDS) son J’on St.Clair, Daughter-In-Law Kelli St.Clair (McKiernan); as well as three grandchildren Shaileigh Blunt (St.Clair), Jaidyn St.Clair, Cristian St.Clair and Grandson-In-Law Kevin Blunt. Joi loved all her numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and dear friends so much! Joi had a special place in her heart for her grandfur babies (Piper, Paddack) and Timmy the turtle.

Joi had an infectious smile and an outrageous laugh that would shake her whole body. She lived life with a “I Did It My Way” attitude and living her life her own way and not looking back.

He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor any more pain, for the former things of this world will have passed away. Revelation 21:4

As a tribute to Joi, we have established a Lady of Love Cancer Fund to assist those who may need to receive Alternative Cancer Treatments. Please make donations to Lady of Love C/O Mary Howard, Canvas Credit Union. Please Contact: Mary Howard, (303) 367-8627

A Celebration of Life will be held at New Vision Christian Center in Colorado Springs, CO, on Friday, March 18th, 2022, at 1:00pm.   

“Most Importantly, I Want to Thank EVERYONE For Your Prayers, Gifts, And Compassion!! EVERY ONE Has Been SOOOOO Kind, And Generous!!” I Am SOOOOO Grateful, And Appreciative” “Thanks Again & Blessings, Joi St. Clair “Lady of Love”

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This Obituary Has 12 Condolences

  1. Love You joi the Summers family loves and misses you Love Ec Sara Cortez

  2. Sorry for your loss. Blessings and prayers to the family. God Bless!
    Fannie (walker) Bond

  3. May the Lord of comfort, comfort you all at this time and forever more. I already miss my bestie and everything wonderful about her. She was always loving and kind to everyone. She loved God and had unbreakable faith. Joi has a special place in my heart. I love you, until we meet again – rest….

  4. Saying Goodbye to this Joious angel here in the physical world has been hard. Joi has always been one to brighten my day with always a positive quote of the lords word. Thank you Joi for being a angel to me and the heavens above are lucky to have you back.

  5. So sorry for our loss. Her physical presence will be missed, but I know she is here in spirit and will watch over all of us. I have lots of great memories with Joi and her family members, that will always be cherished.
    Until we meet again on heavens bright shores.

  6. May the Lord watch between me and the while we are absent one from another ?

  7. May the Lord watch between me and thee, while we are absent one from another Amen ?
    Genesis 31:49

  8. Celebrating the home going with you of Joi/Carolyn as we grew up in the old neighborhood, what wonderful woman. Grateful for having her a part of my life.

  9. It is with my deepest heart felt sympathies our dearest Mother Grandmother Sister Aunt Cousin and Friend Joi St Clair has gone to be with the Lord.

    May God comfort us all in our sadness may we feel his presence as we cherish our fondest memories of her ongoing wisdom faith and her fight
    Against Cancer.

    Joi loved us all and had a humbling spirit and a prayer warrior who loved the Lord. When she worshipped she was before her time teaching us how to worship. Please share any pictures found memories and know she lives with all of us in spirit. She does not want us to mourn but to celebrate her life.
    Her wishes would be for us to love one another and she would want us all release her in love.

    Prayers and blessings
    From Rodslyn & Karl King

  10. Sorry to hear of your loss. Blessing and prayers to your family! Fannie Bond (Walker)

  11. My condolences to the family and my regrets that I did not make time to spend with Joi. We did have long conversations years ago when we reconnected in Denver, and I’m grateful for that. May God bless you and keep in all ways. And may her spirit rest in peace. She was my friend and I’m thankful for that.


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