Joyce E. LaFlamme
- August 5, 1939 - September 23, 2010
- Summerville, South Carolina
of Joyce E.'s Passing
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It has been almost 2 yr now and I didnt know this could be done. I miss you so very much and for the last few years everything has been so out of focus. I never got to tell you just how very much you have always ment to me nor just how much it hurt me the way things went. i guess neither of us were very strong when it came to don or rich. it kills me
Posted by: zandra greene - port st. joe, FL - daughter Jul 30, 2012
Dearest Laurel and Joey,
I was so shocked and my heart so heavy to learn of your mother's passing. My heart and prayers are with you both and your entire family.
Having lost my own father suddenly, I have an understanding of what you are going through, especially the "unfairness" of it, the disbelief that one so beloved should be suddenly taken from all who loved and needed her. I believe truly that she is now in a place where
Posted by: D.V. Knight - Friend of the Family Sep 29, 2010
My heart goes out to all of you Uncle George and Kids. Wish I could of been there in you're time of grief. I'm going to really miss Aunt Joyce with the family get togethers Sending love and hugs to Aunt Joann,Aunt Elaine and my Mother.
Posted by: RaeAnn - niece Sep 27, 2010
george,iam very sorry for your loss of joyce,i wish i could be there to share your greive,give my love to all. thanks , bob
Posted by: bob scott - bridgeport, NY - brother in law Sep 27, 2010
I know in my heart we knew each other before we came to this earth. No two people became fast friends has quick as we did... I will miss all our adventures, shopping trips, and fun.... Thanks for all you gave to me,the love, friendship,laughter and much more...... I love you and will miss you deeply...May God be with you and your family till we meet again...Love ya, Mary
Posted by: Mary Ferris - summerville, SC - friend Sep 27, 2010
Joyce worked in the QA department and I worked in the shipping department. When Joyce decided to retire, she went around the plant offering items from her tool belt to others to remember her by. I got to have her Maglight that she carried around with her. I am so sorry to hear about her passing. She was a very nice person and I enjoyed talking to her. My prayers and thoughts are with your family at this time. God Bless.
Posted by: Susan Denaux - Summerville, SD - worked with Joyce at Exxon/LINQ Sep 26, 2010
Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.
Posted by: Nicole Johnston Sep 26, 2010
Our family is spread out from as far north as Watertown all the way south to Florida and unfortunately that made family get togethers not always easy but seeing our family is always wonderful for me and I hope we can see more of each other as we all grow older.
P.S. Sorry my previous post posted three times! :) That's how passionate I feel!
Posted by: Allison Murphy - great niece Sep 26, 2010
I love you and miss you and I know you are with God now and that makes me smile and sigh with relief. I also know that your legacy will live on through your amazing, large, loving family. You were the gifted creator of the family and I can remember receiving homeade gifts sewn by you as a child. Your creativity flowed into your baking, jam making, and your sewing of wedding dresses, baby blankets and your never ending
Posted by: Allison Murphy - Rochester, NY - great niece Sep 26, 2010
When I married my first husband, Larry, Aunt Joyce made my bouquet with silk flowers. I kept that for the longest time, even after I no longer was married to Larry. She will be missed.
Posted by: Susan Swearengin - Amelia, VA - niece Sep 26, 2010