''Jo loved it by Bristol's harbourside and found great joy in the local rowing club and evenings out overlooking the water.
''The memory of Jo will always be with me as I look across the harbour and remember our unforgettable and special times together.
''Jo was a beautiful woman, beautiful in mind, body and soul. She had a great career ahead of her as a landscape architect and would have achieved a great many more things in her life if only she
was given the chance.
''I will always love her.
''My never-ending thanks go out to those who showed so much love for Jo in the events following her disappearance and, after dropping everything, from all corners of the country took to the streets
of Bristol to campaign for her to be found safe and well.
''Sadly this wasn't the outcome we had all hoped for but we all, Jo's dear friends and family, now celebrate the life of one of the most lovely and genuine people to grace this Earth.
''Many people have approached us wishing to make a donation to charity in Joanna's memory.
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