May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Dear Danny,I am very sorry to hear about your sister,Joyce.My deepest condolences go out to you and your family
I could never possibly thank Joyce enough for all she did over the many years, not just for Second City and those who were fortunate enough to work there with her, but for our families, and fans of comedy everywhere.
My deepest sympathy to Cheryl, the rest of her family, and all of Joyce's countless friends. She'll always live on in our very fond memories.
Cheryl, I did not know your mother well, but whenever I saw her at Second City she would never fail to recognize me and speak glowingly of my son, TJ.
She was an outstanding woman and certainly her presence at SC will linger forever,
So sorry to hear about Joyce. Such a grand life and a great lady. Your memories shall be plentiful and beautiful and my prayers are with you and Cheryl. Karyn Meyers
Danny, I am so sorry that you have lost your most beloved sister Joyce, what a sad day to say good-bye to her but the rest of your family still have each other and the entire country mourns with you. With great love for you and your family, your old friend, Mary Lord Mulhern
My deepest sympathies to Cheryl and family. Joyce was a wonderful, warm sparkling prescence at the theater. She completely embraced me and welcomed me into the fold when I subbed in for an absent cast member. I will always remember our chats in her office and the way she lived her life. She really made a huge impression on me. I am so privileged to have known her.
As a stranger to the Second City management and cast of players,
you alone embraced me and welcomed me to the world of Chicago comedy.
For that I always be in your debt.
Sleep well, my friend.
Stan Jacobson -Toronto Canada
Dear Cheryl, my condolences to you and your family. Your mother was wonderful to my brother Jim during his Second City years. She meant a great deal to him. We especially appreciated her kind words at my dad's wake and then again five years later at Jim's wake and funeral.You were so blessed to have her as your mom.
Kathy Zulevic Shannon
Even though Joyce was a mother to us all, she loved you best! She was there from the beginning for us all and you were a constant topic of conversation. She was sooo proud of you. I can't think of 2nd City without her. Can't wait to hug you in person March 1 at the west coast memorial. Love, Nonie
My deepest sympathy to Cheryl ad Family So many years ago I worked with your Mom and Bernie Salins at Wilding Studios. Later I was catering Manager at Anshe Emet and worked with her planning your Bat Mitvah She was a fun,
caring and talented person without a trace of an ego. I always remember her
Cheryl and Family,
I have such fond memories of Joyce and Jacque and Sam at the bus stop as we left to venture off to Harand Camp. Sometimes candy would appear in my pockets! You unselfishly allowed your Mom to be everyone's Mom, and for that, I will always thank you. She was iconic, but she will always be the Mom with the heart of gold. You were truly blessed to have each other.
May her memory be forever a blessing.
Gigi, Robert and Jared Ramis
The Hara Family
So many good memories of your friendship.
Too many to list. You will be missed.
Rest in Peace....
Ethel, Buddy, and Ron Schwartz
My deepest of sympathy to the Sloane Family. Cheryl I was a teacher of yours during the Anshe Emet years I will Alwat REMEMBER YOU AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL MOM
It is with great sadness that I learned of the loss of your beloved mother.
She was such a wonderful, talented, kind, and caring person and my family and I have fond and loving memories of her. She was also very special (as were you) to my dear Aunt Ida and Uncle Sam Sloane of blessed memory as well as to my beloved parents, Irving and Gloria Chanenson. I also lost my dear mother this past year and my heart goes out to you as I know how terribly difficult it is to lose one's parents. Your mother was an amazing woman and she leaves a beautiful legacy. May G-d give you strength at this sad time.
With heartfelt sympathy.
Eileen Chanenson Halpern, Cincinnati ,Ohio
By deepest sympathy to the Sloane Family. I truly rememeber your mom and you Cheryl, as a student of mine at Anshe Emet Day School back in the 1970's. You knew me as Mr. Rosen the school gym teacher. Your mom was a beauitful person and a friend to know.
FOND AND LOVING FAREWELL FROM THE MARSHALL HIGHSCHOOL REUNION COMMITTEE MEMBERS. YOUR SOFT VOICE AND PROFESSIONAL ADVICE TO A BUNCH OF NO-TALENT CLASSMATES WILL BE A LASTING AND WARM MEMORY. JERRY HEITEEN, JOHN MARSHALL, CLASS OF 1948.