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Condolence From: Laura Parry
Condolence: I am sorry I wasn't able to join the family and friends of Joyce on Saturday. Our friendship spans over 40 years. During that time I met many of the family, especially Joyce's parents and Aunt Jean. I have many fond memories, which Joyce and I have re-visited in recent weeks and months. Our friendship began at St. David's in the choir and Sunday School, and has continued over the years. I will miss the weekly e-mails and visits at her home. I knew she was sick, but she never acted sick or dwelt on her condition when we were together. We have all lost a very special person in our lives.
Thursday June 16, 2016
Condolence From: Valerie Coupland
Condolence: I am so sorry to learn of Joyce's passing. She was a wonderful person. My heartfelt condolences to all of the Coupland family.
Thursday June 09, 2016
Condolence From: Anna Bloom
Condolence: In the 1980's Joyce and I were teachers together at Chalkfarm Public School in North York. We have kept in touch ever since, and my husband and I were going to visit her later this month. We are deeply saddened at the news of her death. Our condolences go out to all the members of her family.
Thursday June 09, 2016
Condolence From: Sylvia Holderny
Condolence: I met Joyce 57 year ago in Toronto. She has been part of my life ever since. I also met her in England after I returned there in 1960, I was back in Toronto in November 1962 about the same time Joyce returned home and started teaching in the city. I lived in her apartment on Jane Street for a short time before moving to the Lake Shore. Joyce came to my wedding, Easter Monday of 1964.My husband, Sylvester, my sister and friends made several visits to Muskoka to enjoy Joyce's hospitality at her various homes by the South and North Muskoka River.
Square dances at the YMCA on College Street in Toronto was where we made several friends and about12 dancers have had annual reunions in Hillsdale, Barrie, Aurora, and Bracebridge--not to dance, but to share events in our lives and see travel pictures. Sadly, this group has diminished. The last reunion of 7 of us in 2013 was at a Bracebridge restaurant then in Joyce's new condo for a short visit.
Once established here in Bracebridge after Sylvester died, Joyce helped me to adjust to the new environment, finding a nice apartment and introducing me to new friends. I went line dancing at the Senior's Building until someone persuaded Joyce to teach some of us in the Browning Hall of the Anglican Church. Joyce's method of teaching was relaxed and understanding the problems of elderly folk with 2 left feet and bad memories! Everyone was sorry when she had to stop teaching us except me. I hated getting up in time for the 10;00 a.m. sessions.
It has been devastating these last few years seeing Joyce go through the nasty health problems. She was vey appreciative of all the help she received from family and friends.
Joyce was a remarkable person. She played the piano, belonged to several choirs, was a talented artist and loved to travel. She kept in touch with all the friends she made around the world.
We will miss you Joyce and so will Thomas and Thalia your adorable adoring cats.

Wednesday June 08, 2016

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