Joan McNeil, who was a Landmark Education Staff Member since its inception, and who touched the lives of many thousands of people through her years with the company, died peacefully from liver cancer on September 22, attended by her friends and family on Bowen Island, near Vancouver. McNeil spent many years as a regional manager for Landmark, managing many of the people who run Landmark’s Centers around the world. McNeil’s husband Charles McNeil wrote a tribute to her for a Bowen Island website in which he said:
“Joan’s career in education spanned 30 years, beginning as a high school teacher, then evolving into senior management at the global educational enterprise, Landmark Education, where she touched the lives of thousands by assisting them to find ways to fulfill their dreams and aspirations for their relationships, health, career, leadership, self-expression and satisfaction.”
In addition to her work with Landmark Education, McNeil was a powerful champion for the environment, as well as an advocate of healthy living. She built the energy efficient house she spend the last six years of her life in on Bowen Island from recycled materials, winning a special Platinum ‘BuiltGreen’ rating.
There will be a celebration of Joan’s life taking place this Sunday, October 16, in New York City from 5-7pm, at the St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral in midtown Manhattan, at 630 2nd Avenue.
Read more at Joan McNeil’s personal blog.