Joyce-Hardy-Obituary

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Joyce Hardy

Longview, Texas

Sep 30, 1927 – Jan 5, 2013

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I will always remember you and love you. I will always remember the times me and Kevin went to visit you and we had those awesome hot dogs and the BBQ place. I miss hearing your stories from a long time ago. I am so happy you came and stayed with mom b/c we may not have had the great times we had. You were always so loving and fun to be around. I miss you so much. Love u.

I will miss my aunt more than words could ever express. She was always there for me in everyway. I will treasure our time together always. Even though she had health issues the last month she was still a sweetheart and everyone at the hospital loved her and wanted to take her home. I am so lucky and privileged to be the one she lived with. I miss you so much and love you. we will be together again one day. love you

I love you Mamaw and you will be greatly missed. You always brought happiness to me and no one could have asked for a better Mamaw. I will always keep your memory near my heart.

I love you so very much Mamaw & will always carry your love for me and all that you taught me. You were everything to me and I will be lost without you. I can only hope to one day be half the great lady that you were.

Words cannot express how much I will miss you -- not just the pickles, potholders, cards, etc., but your sweet disposition and smile coming through the door of The East Texas Angel Network. You really were my little elf.

Ms. Joyce was a little angel here on earth with such a sweet spirit and giving heart. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Joyce, will be truly missed by all. My prayers go to all of the family.

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Joyce Hardy, 85, of Longview, Texas, passed away January 5, 2013. She met with her Lord and Savior in her sleep at the home of her niece, Sandra Werchan. She was born September 30, 1927, in Tipton, Oklahoma, to Wesley A. Ramsey and Cleo Rogers Ramsey. Joyce was a member of Danville Methodist...

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