Joyce Evonne Auld
September 18, 1931 - January 07, 2021
To Joyce's family. You have my deepest sympathy. It has been a long time since I have talked to Joyce. She had an infectious personality. Joyce and my mother worked together for Dr. Byrnes in Dunlap. Her mother, Wilma was a good friend of my grandmother Hartwig. So I have found memories of Joyce. She will be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Byron Hartwig
Lesa and family, my prayers are with you during this time. I was so blessed by my time with her. An amazing and inspiring lady who shared her strength and faith in a quiet way. She showed all how to move on and remain faithful to her Lord regardless of her circumstances. Blessings to her memory and to each of you.
Scott and Lesa I am so sorry for your loss.Smliey and Joyce were very caring loving people.Barry loved both of them very much.Sending hugs,thoghts,and prayers to all of you.
My heartfelt condolences to the family. I will be continuing my prayers for you in the coming days. May the good memories you have of her outweigh the heaviness of her passing.~Jan Turner
I got to know Joyce really well when I joined Questers in 1996. As a craft-impaired person, I immediately picked up on Joyce's remarkable design talent. And I'll never forget going to Questers at her home. She had examples of almost any category of antique, and many of her treasures were quite rare. Into her 80s, Joyce could usually be counted on to go on our Quester field trips. We have missed her the past year or so at our meetings.
Sympathies and prayers to Scott & Lisa. You had a world-class mom!
What a lady, what a life.We were blessed to know you.Best black walnut cookies you could ever have.Prayers to the family. Thank you Joyce for being you. Mark , Sue and Derek Jensen
Lit a candle in memory of Joyce Evonne Auld
She was one of the nicest and caring person.I have ever met. She was a joy to work with in activities in Questers. She had a smile that I will always remember. In deepest sympathy to you her family.