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Joscelyn (Joy) Morley
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Age
78
VISITATION

Saturday January 21st from 1:00-2:00P.M.

Innisfil Funeral Home, 7910 Yonge Street, Stroud
SERVICE

Saturday January 21st at 2:00p.m.

Innisfil Funeral Home 7910 Yonge Street, Stroud

CREMATION

Cremation has taken place at the Innisvale Cemetery and Crematorium

ANNOUNCEMENT

A reception will be held at the funeral home following the service

VIEW THE OBITUARY/DEATH NOTICE

Morley, Joscelyn (Joy) (nee Grigson) Passed away on Sunday, January 15, at RVH, Barrie shortly following a sudden stroke surrounded by her immediate family. Joy is survived by her husband of 60 years, Patrick; her children, Suzanne, Peter and Sandra; and three grandsons; Zachary, Alexander and Brett. Joy had a long and successful career with the North York Parks Department, was an avid gardener and a long-time member of the Gilford and District Horticultural Society. Joy will be dearly missed by her family and many friends for her warmth, friendliness, compassion, humour and wit. Her family sincerely thanks the staff of RVH for the kind and compassionate care. A Celebration of Life will be held at 2:00pm at the Innisfil Funeral Home, on Saturday, January 21st. Please see the website at www.innisfilfuneralhome.ca. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Salvation Army or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in Joy's memory.

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VIEW OR LEAVE A MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE FOR THE FAMILY

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It was with great sadness that we received the news about Joy. Joy always had a sparkle and an energy that was contagious. Our sincere sympathy to the Morley family in Canada and in England.
By Jim and Barb Hayward

I just got the news of dear Joy's passing. As her cousin I thought the world of her.Inspite of her living in Canada I always felt close to her.I hope that Pat and all the family will be ok in this very sad time. Joy was a great lady. Cousin John.
By Cousin John Rankine

We were incredibly saddened to learn of Joy's passing. She was a constant ray of sunshine and certainly a 'Joy' to be around. Her presence will certainly be missed at the Gilford Garden Club, as well her submissions to the flower shows. Sincere sympathy to you, Pat and your family.
By Frankk and Shar...

We were great friends for over 30 years, we travelled together, boated together and had lots of laughs over the years. She was a true and honest person and like a sister to me. I am a better person having had her in my life. My husband Bernd and family are also broken hearted and loved her too. Till we meet again my dear sweet friend. Maureen
By Maureen Gentemann

I am so sorry for your loss. All my memories of Joy involve laughter, that has to mean something about the type of person she was. Joy was a wonderful lovely person, she will be missed. Remember all the good times and how lucky we all are to have had her in our lives.
By Alan Helliwell

Janis and I were saddened to learn of Joy's sudden passing. It was always fun to see her with you at the marina Pat. Please accept our sincerest condolences on this sad occasion. Tom & Jan
By Tom and Janis Grover

So sorry to hear of Joy's passing. Pat, Susie, Sandra and the boys our love goes out to you. Over a period of 35 years we had lots of great times together - parties, laughter and solid friendship seem to come to mind most. Yes, Joys giggle was always welcome. She was a very caring person and did so much for so many. Enjoying her family and always there to lend a hand - a fun loving lady. We are away and will not be back in time to say goodbye in person. Joy rest well always in our thoughts. Barbara and Euclid
By Barbara Marjera...

I'm so deeply sorry to hear the news of Joy. She was the sweetest lady. I enjoyed talking with her at the twins sports events. Joy always welcomed aydan into her home and treated him like one of the grandkids. Thinking of all of you.
By Kerri and Aydan

Dear Uncle Pat, and cousins Pete, Suzie and Sandra, Zachary, Alexander and Brett - Marc and I send our deepest sympathy on Joy's passing. My earliest memories include Auntie Joy - every Boxing Day, and Thanksgiving, as well as the many other Sundays our families spent together with Joy and mom usually in the kitchen cooking up sausage rolls and turkey. Her laughter was infectious and her sincere caring for everyone around her was a constant. I'm so glad we got a chance to see her last summer, never guessing it would be the last time. Wishing we could be with you all, sending our love across the miles.
By Carol Morley Lepine

I am so sorry to hear for Joy's sudden passing. She was such a joy to have at family gatherings and will be sadly missed by Pat, her children and friends. Joy was always ready to lend a helping hand whenever possible. She was a very caring person who had many friends. God Bless! R.I.P. Joy Morely, until we meet again.
By Beverley Wood

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