Joyce M. (Murphy) Gionet
1954 - 2020
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Joyce M. (Murphy) Gionet, 66 passed on Tuesday, May 19 at her residence after a long illness. Joyce was born on April 19, 1954 in Cambridge a daughter of the late James and Mary (Gallagher) Murphy. Mrs. Gionet is survived by her husband of 40 years, Raymond J. Gionet of Fitchburg, daughters, Jaime Leger and her husband, Eric of Clinton, Lauren Nario and her husband, Jorge of Fitchburg, brothers, Howard Murphy and wife Nancy of CA, Michael Murphy and wife Sandy of Fitchburg, brother-in-law Roger Gionet of CA, and was predeceased by brother-in-law Richard Gionet. Joyce had three grandchildren whom she loved dearly, Sasha Nario, Aiden Leger and Lillie Leger. Along with four nephews and two nieces. Joyce was employed for many years at Maplewood Golf Course in Lunenburg. Joyce enjoyed crocheting blankets for everyone she knew, camping with her family and was an avid New England sports fan. Her deep dish apple pies and potato salads were legendary. Joyce loved her family fiercely and was equally loved by them.


Funeral services and burial will be private.

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Published in Sentinel & Enterprise on May 21, 2020.
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May 22, 2020
Jim, Jaime, Lauren,
There are no words to express my deepest sympathies to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Lisa Gionet
Lisa Gionet
May 22, 2020
Dear Jimmy and Family,
There are no words to express my sorrow for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Rosa Jarvais
May 21, 2020
Joyce was such a loving and wonderful person, i will never forget her and will miss her dearly.
Donald Westover
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