Joan Baumhoff, a selfless mother, eccentric artist and local peace activist who helped establish an underground railroad for conscientious objectors during the Vietnam War, died on July 31, at the age of 84.

Sanguine to the very end, Joan inspired many with her courage in battling Parkinson’s disease and her ability to find joy less in . . .

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