Aunt Joyce was such a special person to so many people. She was the consummate role model, a lady of true grace and charm.To say she will be missed is a huge understatement but I'm truly celebrating not only her life but the tremendous reunion that she experienced in Heaven.
~ Frank Marx, Richboro, Pennsylvania
Patricia Goldbach posted a Condolence
| January 10, 2011
Dear Bob and family,
I knew Joyce many years ago when I first came to St. Francis. She was always kind and helpful to me. I have thought of her for many years every time I go past the Del Tura moblie home park where she lived. I know Joyce is whole and well with Jesus and her "true self". Many blessings to the whole family.
Trish Goldbach (Pre-K teacher)
Dear Sue, Mark & Nick
Lefki and I were very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. While we never met her, we know that you were very close with her. Please accept our family's sympathies and condolences to you and your extended family on your loss.
Patricia Joyce Marx Moss posted a Condolence
| January 07, 2011
Dearest Peggy, Bob and Sue,
I am with you in Spirit today and all the coming days. We were so Blessed to have Aunt Joyce in our lives. I am a completed cousin, sister, daughter , wife and grandmother because your Mother was such a loving teacher to me. I will take her love and kindness with me through the coming years and I will be a better person to serve and pass on what she has taught me. I thank God for giving me such a loving Aunt and also all of you. Family is the most precious gift that God and our Parents give us. Please know that you are in my daily prayers and thoughts. I look forward to our next reunion and know that it will be a wonderful time of celebration for the life Aunt Joyce lived.
All my love,
Patti and Cliff
The Boger Family posted a Condolence
| January 06, 2011
We extend our condolences to the family of Joyce Ray. Our oldest son, Donnie, now 32, still has fond memories of Mrs. Ray as his third grade teacher. Her love for her students will live on.