Joe and Sandy Joyner
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Joe and Sandy Joyner
Franklin - Joseph Charles "Joe" Joyner, 62, and his wife, Sandra Rebovich "Sandy" Joyner, 58, died on April 27, 2012. Joe, a Franklin native, was a son of the late James Charlie "J.C." and Edith Brittle Joyner. He was a former manager of the Particle Board plant for Union Camp Corporation and for Norboard Co. of Deposit, NY. Sandy, who was born in Lucerne Mines, PA, was the only child of the late Joseph and Jacquelyn Lee Cavanaugh Rebovich. She was a registered nurse with Southampton Memorial Hospital for 35 years, currently serving as Infection Preventionist.
Survivors include a son, Joseph Charles "Jay" Joyner, Jr. (Erin); Joe's brothers, Robert Glenn Joyner (Vickie) and David Lee Joyner (Chrissy) ; four grandchildren and Sandy's aunts, uncles and cousins. A gathering of friends and family will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 12, 2012 at Wright Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to a favorite charity or the Southampton Memorial Hospital Memorial Fund in memory of Sandy and Joe Joyner. www.wrightfuneralhome.org.


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Published in The Virginian-Pilot on May 10, 2012.
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3 entries
May 14, 2012
i will miss Sandy&Joe Joyner very much because Sandy was my cousin and she was a very wonderful person.
Leisa Cavanaugh
May 10, 2012
We will sure miss Sandy and Joe.We love going and getting his garden things.That he had on sales
Peggy @Billy Warren
May 10, 2012
Sandy
You were one of the most devoted women I knew. You were always fair and loved your fellow nurses. I will miss you dearly. Until we meet again, you will remain in my heart and always on my mind. r.I.P. my dear friend
Deborah Turnrt
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