Joyce Doris Nappen
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Our earliest remembrance of you and Joyce was when we were driving up Hanover Place anticipating our move here and you two were out walking. We stopped to meet you and you warmly greeted us and said that you would look forward to getting to know us when we moved in. Later, true to your word, you invited us over, along with some of the other neighbors, and further extended your hospitality. That, it seemed, was a habit of yours when new folks arrived.
It has been a joy sharing books with Joyce over so many years at our monthly meetings. I have fond memories of some of your favorite recipes which have, in turn, turned out to be some of mine, i.e., the cabbage/meat ball casserole.
Yummy! We have truly been blessed by both of you. We know that you will miss Joyce; we will, too. Carl and Sarah
I know that words are inadequate at a time like this but I wanted you to know how very sorry I am for your loss. The loss of a spouse is a tragic event and I know the pain and suffering you are experiencing.
I will miss her at our Monday morning meetings.
Bernie and Family, Our sympathy to you and your family in the loss of your very dear Joyce. Have pleasant memories of the time we shared on the Kildaire Farms Greenway Committee with you and Joyce. Enjoyed your stories of your many travels. Joyce was very sweet and caring lady - know you will all miss her dearly. Sincerely, Ruth & Roland Tripp, Farmington Woods, Cary
We are so sorry to hear of Joyce's passing. We will remember her for her kindness and friendship when we werre newcomers here. Dorothy and Jerry Grossfeld