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Catherine Isabelle Joyce

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Dec 8, 1923 – Nov 1, 2017


December 8, 1923
November 1, 2017
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Cruikshank's Halifax Funeral Home Obituary

JOYCE, Catherine Isabelle, 93, of Halifax, passed away at Saint Vincent's Nursing Home on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Born in Brooklyn, Yarmouth Co., NS, on December 8, 1923, she was a daughter of the late Isaac Nathaniel Muise and Mary Frances "Bessie" (Saulnier) Muise.Married for 67 years to...

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This is a large and difficult day on Summit St. I'm thinking of you Mr. Joyce, Donnie, Barry, David, Sharon and Linda.

Mary MacDonell (Toronto)

To Uncle Don & the Joyce Family:

In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to you my heartfelt condolences.
may our Lord comfort you and your loved ones.
I'm deeply saddened by the loss that you & your family have encountered
my deep condolences

Margaret Truen (Joyce)

Uncle Don, Sharon, Linda and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful and creative woman. May your warm memories of her, help you through the coming days. I am away for the winter and unable to attend the service. My heartfelt thoughts, prayers and love are with you all.

Uncle Don,Sharon,Linda,and family so sorry for your loss. I remember aunt Kay very well. She was so sweet. I can't be there,as a I'm away and won't return until Dec.1, but my thoughts and prayers will be with all of you. God bless you all,Love and hugs,Carol (Joyce)

Mr. Joyce, Don, Barry, Dave, Sharon and Linda:

I was extremely saddened to learn of your Wife/Mother's passing. I have such fond memories of many times she and I spent together sipping wine and chatting and I have never forgotten the beautiful lopi sweater she made for me.

She was without doubt one of the kindest, gentlest souls I have ever known. Someone so special can never be forgotten.

Sharon and family So sorry to hear of the passing of your Mum. I remember her humour and wit when we went round to your house years ago. Sending love and strength during this difficult time. May your Mum rest in peace .

Dearest Uncle Don & Cousins,

I can close my eyes and conjure up an image of Aunt Kay and her sister(s) cackling over something silly - anything would get them going. At 'the camp'- where the facilities consisted of an outhouse and a 'thunder bucket' - it was most entertaining to watch them as the evening wore on, they laughed so hard for so long - each of them would be crossing their legs - and that made them laugh all the more.

Aunt Kay was a...

Dear Linda, Heartfelt condolences to you and to all your family. Your mom was clearly an amazing woman. May she rest in peace, and may you all find comfort.

Forever in our hearts!!!!