Condolence: Dear Walt,
It was with a great deal of sorrow that we learned of Joyce's passing. Both Shirley and I look back at the good times we had together on St. Maarten. Although we did not know Joyce for a long period of time, we cared for her very much. She was a very caring and warm person. We are both better people for having known her. Again, our deepest sympathies to you and your family.
Condolence: Please accept our condolences upon the death of your mother, Joyce. We remember her as such a lovely, vital and courageous woman. We are happy to have known her and we will miss her too. Bob and Maryann Korsen
Condolence: Dear Kevin and Cori, Rob and Nancy, Jeanine and Bart, Uncle Walter, Walther and Leah, Tommy and John and Tierney send you all condolences on the death of Joyce. I just received word on Tuesday that she had been in hospital and then my sister called me to give me the news of her passing. I felt so bad and I know that you all are grieving at this time when this wonderful woman has moved on to new life. Joyce was a woman of such strong faith and belief that I know she is resting now in the Lord; I am sure that she is praying for all of us. I would always look forward to visits with her when I was home in NJ. She was always so interested in hearing my stories of Africa or Chris' stories of her adventures in East Timor and the Philippines. She always had a wonderful smile on her face and she kept praying for her miracle. It is difficult to see her pass on, especially at such a young age. She and all of you are in my prayers everyday. I pray that you know she will be with us still-just in another way. May all of you be a comfort to each other.
Condolence: Dear Walter & Family, Our sincere sympathy upon the passing of Joyce. Both of you were good friends to my brother,Walter Perski and his wife, Diana. With our thoughts and prayers,Helena & Dennis McManamon.
Condolence: It was a pleasure knowing Joyce over the years. We had not seen each other in quite a while. I knew her when I worked at the landfill and had to attend bids at the County. We became good friends. My husband and I send our deepest sympathy to all of you.
Jackie and Frank Genua