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A wife of 60 years, a mother of 3 and one not born to her taken under her wings. Joyce passed away on Oct. 10, 2009 in Clackamas, Oregon. She was a homemaker and avid bowler, sometimes bowling 5 days a week. She traveled to 32 WIBC tournaments. Joyce taught many children to bowl. She was also a square dancer and thoroughly enjoyed herself with her husband Gene. She danced with the Happy Hoppers and Cross Trailers. She loved ceramics and in past years painted many beautiful pieces. She was a talented oil painter, seamstress, knitter, crochetier, loved tatting, counted cross stitch and canning. Joyce loved traveling and visiting relatives and friends. She loved her husband beyond measure, spending her last years with him everyday. She loved her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. with all her heart. She was very giving but as stubborn as the day is long. We all love her and will miss her. Joyce is survived by her spouse, Eugene; daughters Cheryl Warren, Marilyn White and Jeanette Gowder; and sister Yvonne Canton. She was preceeded in death by her son, Robert, granddaughter Adena Warren and her parents, Lloyd and Bernice Mosher. Joyce leaves 7 grandchildren; Troy, Kevin and Joe Warren; Nicole and Ben White; Kaitlyn Gowder and Robert Grimm; and 4 great grandchildren; Dakota and Hannah Warren; Tyler Warren and Ryan Belsvik. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to Eagle Fern camp c/o Grace Bible Fellowship or Susan G. Komen for the cure at 1400 S.W. 5th Ave., #530 Portland, Oregon 97201

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