Steve Cummings posted a condolence
Monday, January 20, 2020I just heard of the passing of Joyce and wanted to wish her family my sincerest condolences. I worked in the admissions office with Joyce from 1994-1997. Since then I would talk to her a few times a year to see how she was doing. Joyce was the heart and soul of the admissions office. Everyone loved and respected her for her hard work and her sense of humor. Joyce was a friend to all and a tireless advocate for the thousands of candidates she helped in the admissions office in her years of service there. I can’t imagine the admissions office without her. Rest In Peace Joyce. COL (Ret) Steve Cummings
Duane Darryl Pfeil Jr posted a condolence
Friday, October 4, 2019Forever Remembered, Forever Missed
Lynn Corti posted a condolence
Thursday, September 19, 2019I worked with Joyce almost daily on many IT projects for Admissions for 25 plus years. I have never met someone with so much institutional knowledge. She was just wonderful to work with. We had many laughs over the years at some of our long, crazy IT meetings. Our moms were also friends and worked at the PX together for many years. I want to send sincere condolences to all Joyce’s family and friends. I am honored that I had the pleasure to work with Joyce. She will definitely leave a huge void. RIP Joyce.
Cathy Hutton posted a condolence
Wednesday, September 18, 2019Joyce, I will always remember the many years and good memories. You will always be a part of our hearts. Be at peace my friend. Dear Deb keep your memories close for comfort and peace.
Susan Grossarth posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019Debbie, I’m so sorry to hear about Joyce’s passing. During this hard time please know so many of us loved Joycie and will miss her dearly. She was a great mentor, friend, shopper, jokester and Mickey Mouse lover. Please accept my condolences as I can’t be there on Thursday. RIP Joycie
Audretta Blue posted a condolence
Tuesday, September 17, 2019In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to the family my heartfelt condolences. May our Lord comfort you and your loved ones. Joyce was my co-worker and she will be missed. RIP Joyce
Antonietta Chiocchi posted a condolence
Monday, September 16, 2019My deepest condolences to you on the loss of Joyce. We worked together in admissions many many years ago. Joyce had an amazing sense of humor. Back in the day she loved decorating the office in the Records and testing Section with Christmas trees and we loved organizing the holiday parties together. We had many a laugh. She will be truly missed in admissions. Be thou at peace always! Toni Chiocchi and family
Debbie Armstrong posted a condolence
Monday, September 16, 2019Joyce you will be sadly missed by all. The memories will be here to keep you in our hearts. Those who worked with you will understand, "Elvis has left the building"... RIP my friend. You are where you wanted to be, with your family. Debra & Jim, God Bless...
Kathleen Griffith posted a condolence
Monday, September 16, 2019I am very sorry to hear of your loss . Please know that Joyce and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
Rick Childs posted a condolence
Sunday, September 15, 2019My thoughts and prayers to all the family. I have great memories of Joyce and her brother, my good friend Jim. Rest In Peace dear Joyce.
Roy Lewis posted a condolence
Sunday, September 15, 2019My condolences to you and your family. Joyce and I were classmates.
Jill Sheldon posted a condolence
Saturday, September 14, 2019I am so sorry for the loss of your sister. I went to school with Joyce and graduated from James I. O'Neill High School. God bless your family. I am so sad to hear this news.
Cathy Muller posted a condolence
Friday, September 13, 2019Admissions will never be the same. I miss you already. Just thinking of you, it's hard to take my next breath. The Christmas Tree Shop will never feel right, I will always remember the good times we had through the years. I know your happy now being with your Mom and Michael. Be at peace, until we meet again. My heart goes out to you Debbie.