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J0y LeDuc

Evansville, Indiana

1943 - 2018

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Joy Hankins LeDucEvansville, INJoy Hankins LeDuc, passed away July 19, 2018, at the age of 75. Joy was born in Evansville, Indiana the daughter of Glen and Alberta Hankins.She loved being with family and traveling. She especially loved going to Walt Disney World. Joy attended Bosse High School...

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She was my 4th grade teacher, and I can tell you that she
was an awesome teacher. Everyone liked her, and she was a respected professional, and a wonderful person. A sad time indeed, and my deepest sympathy and condolences to the family.

Dick, I just learned of Joy's passing. I am so sorry to hear this news.

Joy was a dear friend of mine and I will miss her. She believed in education and saw children as the first priority of concern. I admired her strength,courage, and determination. I pray that the family will heal and keep her memory alive.

I always enjoyed talking about our respective Disney trips with Joy at the credit union. Every time she came in one of us was getting ready to go to Disney World or had just gone. She was a great lady and I will miss seeing her. Prayers for all of you.

Dick,
Sorry to hear about Joy. I haven't seen her in years, but remember her fondly from our EC days. She was a real spitfire as a coed, a an POPi, and an Aces cheerleader. And from her obit, she must have been a wonderful professional educator and community leader, as well as a fabulous wife, mother, and grandmother. You must miss her terribly. I hope that time will give you peace.. Best to you and your family in this trying time.
Russ Grieger

Dick,

I was shocked to learn of Joy's death. My sincere sympathy to you, my friend.

Dick, I'm so sorry to hear of Joy's passing, may God be with you and your family.

Mary Schoettlin

Knew Joy when we were shirttail kids when she was growing up in her Walnut St. home neighborhood. So sorry to hear of her passing - May God be with her family during this sad time.
dave schmidt

I had her as a teacher at Hebron school. I really loved coming to school and seeing her every day. She was always so happy.