Condolence From: Mary Brooks, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: It was a wonderful and exciting experience when Joyce came to my group at ARC. She was so so sassy and had such an exuberant personality that affected all of those around her. She loved being the center of attention and would hold the attention of everyone around when she spoke at the Christmas party on a microphone in front of her peers and strangers, when on the microphone during educational activities and so many other times during our time together. (She loved microphones!)
I loved being around her because when she liked a person, she would be so loving and affectionate and fortunately, I was one of those people.
I will always think of Joycee, as I called her and keep a place in my heart for her. Mary Brooks, Training Specialist at ARC North.
Condolence From: Lisa Morgan, columbus, Ohio
Condolence: To Kathy and family
It was a pleasure and an honor to be a part of Joyces life for the past twenty years.She has etched a place in my heart that will never be replaced. She has also taught me so many lessons.Joyce did truly see only the good in others,she loved everyone and was not shy about saying so.She was an amazing lady and will be sadly missed but never forgotten. Sincerely Lisa Morgan
Condolence From: Nancy & Bob Cowee, Westerville, Oh
Condolence: To the sweetest girl I have had the pleasure to know. She loved everyone, especially her Sister Kathy and her family!❤️
Condolence From: George & Dorothy Pilcher, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: "Aunt" Joyce was a part of our lives for over 45 years, and she was very much an aunt to our children, and a dear, loving member of our family, as well. We will all miss here very much, but recognize that she is now in a place where there are no infirmities, just peace and everlasting joy.