- 73 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 9, 1938
- Place of birth:
Dallas, Georgia, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 27, 2011
- Place of passing:
Buchanan, Georgia, United States
|Let the memory of Joyce be with us forever|
"I love you! I miss you so much! I'm. Still T Tanner almost 10 years. I so glad you led me to my career as a phlebotomist. I love it! Thank you for all you have done for me. Until we meet again."
"I miss Joyce so much. I was the oldest Fannin grandchild, I think Virginia Kitchens was second and Joyce, I believe, was third. However, we were all very close in age. We spent many weekends with our Papa and Ma Fannin and loved to go there so much. Joyce was in the fifth grade with me at Hiram School. I was sent through High First because I would not talk, so Joyce caught up with me. We had many good times together while we were growing up. I loved Joyce and all Aunt Eva's family."
"I love you and miss you so very much! Happy birthday!"
"Happy Birthday my beautiful sister. I love and miss all my loved ones there with you in Heaven."
"I miss you now, and I will miss you forever my sister . Rest in peace and free from pain. In loving memory , Barbara"
"Happy 75th Birthday my sister. I miss you so much and miss calling you to sing Happy Birthday. You will always be in my heart, and I will always know you are having a happy birthday every day for eternity in Heaven."
"Your memory will always be with me. Can't believe it has been a year since you went to be with God and all our loved ones that have already passed. I miss you,love you, rest in peace my sister. love forever, Barbara"
"my grandma shes my heart my soul we have been trough alot together and ill miss alot but knowin shes in a better place makes me happy if it wasnt for her i would not be try to stop the things iv done in the past shes showed me there is a god and theres a heaven grandma we will miss you so much and i hope to see you again soon i love you and i love are famley"
"The memory of my sister will forever be with me.
She was my inspiration to get ahead in life and go for the moon. I would not be drawing a retirement check from State of Ga., if she hadn't insisted that I keep on trying.
I have called Joyce every year to sing Happy Birthday to her, now the angels will sing Happy Birthday, because she is with God and the rest of her family in Heaven."
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