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Joyce A. Morin

Campbell, California

Nov 2, 1940 – Oct 21, 2014 (Age 73)

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Lima Family Erickson Memorial Chapel Obituary

San Jose, Ca. - Joyce Amanda Morin, age 73, died at her home in Campbell, California, on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. Surrounded by family, Joyce passed away peacefully, ceding her battle to liver cancer. Born November 2, 1940 in San Jose, California to Angie and George Dickson, she attended...

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A beautiful person with a generous heart - that's who Joyce was. I am grateful to have known Joyce. She will be missed.

-Alicia Carvalho

We will always remember Joyce as one of the nicest and kindhearted persons we have ever known. Throughout the 25 + years we have known her she had been part of every significant part of our lives, whether it was a child's birthday, a holiday or a special day, she was there with a kind word or gesture. We will cherish all these memories forever.

I will always remember the summer my cousin Joyce and Aunt Angie spent with us in Canterbury, NH..that was the best summer of my life. I will miss you Joyce...

My sweet mother-in-law, was an amazing bright light that went out way to soon and left so many of us feeling the loss and devastation. Joyce touched so many people's life's with her kindness, warm smile and gentle manner. Im sure she is watching over us with a beautiful smile on her face and I know her spirit will always bring us comfort.
is watching over us with a beautiful smile on her face, lets hold on to that, I know her spirit will bring us some comfort. Lupe Morin.

Joyce was such a beautiful woman both inside and out. My prayers are going out to her amazing family.

Joyce was a wonderful cousin! Always so kind, generous and warm. I will always remember her and miss her. Truly an angel.

Joyce was my neighbor for 42 years. She was a wonderful person. We had gone on a few trips together with our husbands. She will be deeply missed. God is getting truly and angel.

Darlene Barden,
Campbell California

Joyce was a wonderful person and I feel very lucky to have known her and been touched by her kindness and generosity.

Joyce was my cousin. Our mothers were sisters. I have known and loved Joyce my whole life. Oh, how I will miss her! She was a wonderful person and I will never forget her. We all love the Morin Family!
Kathy Stenberg