I was very saddened to hear of the loss of Aunt Joyce. I often think of our get-togethers with the McMorrow's and what fun we had - Aunt Joyce was always so eager to accommodate us. I remember trips to the cottage with your family - the Big C (Chrysler) loaded with clothes and kids, and the fishing boat hauled behind with tackle, life jackets, and gear. (One time, a small wringer washer came along in the boat!) The cottage was never as much fun as when your family came with us - your mom was an integral part of that, not only in the planning but also in the implementing. Also, I remember many Sundays when our families got together, just "to visit" - always fun times. Aunt Joyce set examples of how to be a good, kind, and caring individual. While her body is gone, she will always be with us in spirit.
Love you all,
Barb (Stuyvenberg) and Brady Brown
We are so sorry to hear of Aunt Joyce√¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢s passing.
Our prayers go out to all her family and friends. She will be missed...
Mike, Ann, & Nicole
Thank you. We will always remember your love, laughter, and wit. We are better people because of you.
Becky, Callie and Michael
So sorry to hear about the passing of aunt Joyce. We feel very blessed to have had a nice visit with both Emmett and Joyce and many family members in 2011. We just happened to be visiting Wisconsin at that time.
We had great conversation and Tim so enjoyed seeing everyone and visiting and recalling many childhood memories with his cousins!! Happy family memories are always the Best! :)
Tim would like to share his address for any of his cousins who might be interested... 3207 N.63rd Place Scottsdale Az 85251
Once again... Our sincere Condolences... Tim and Pat Stuyvenberg