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Joyce Ann Ours
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Joyce Ann Ours Mrs. Joyce Ann Ours, age 66, of Springfield, VA, died Thursday, October 4, 2012, in Inova, Alexandria, VA. Mrs. Ours was born in 1946, in Washington, DC, the daughter of the late Robert and Agnes Beach. She was a homemaker, and of the Catholic faith. Mrs. Ours married Doyle Lynn Ours in …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
As a child, I remember Aunt Joyce's "crunchy" hair (from hairspray). It was always my mission to be able to touch it. I was fascinated that her hair didn't move. I remember good dinners, cookouts and New Year's Eve parties at her house. She was a wonderful cook - her macaroni salad was the best. She was an avid country music fan, especially of Conway Twitty. Aunt Joyce was a master crafter. She loved to make anything from cards to wreaths to Christmas ornaments - many of which we still proudly display in our homes during the holidays. She always had the most beautifully wrapped gifts. She had an infectious laugh. Often times you could be outside and hear her laughing when she was in the house. You couldn't help but smile when you heard it. While she was taken from us too soon, I believe she's at peace and rejoicing with Uncle Lennie, Grandma, Grandad, Uncle Butch and so many other family members with whom she's now reunited. While filled with sorrow over her loss, I feel some comfort in knowing that our family now has another guardian angel smiling down and watching over us. She will be forever in our hearts.
Alex Lagos left a message on October 8, 2012:
In honor of Joyce Ann Ours, Alex Lagos lit a candle.
Shirley Harkness left a message on October 8, 2012:
Our deepest sympathies - Mike & Shirley Harkness
Shirley Harkness left a message on October 8, 2012:
In honor of Joyce Ann Ours, Shirley Harkness lit a candle.
Joyce ChapmanBuckley left a message on October 8, 2012:
I met Joyce when I was a teenager. Going to her house was like a 2nd home to me. She and her family are my 2nd family. Joyce liked having fun and was such a lively person. I didn't see her much after getting married and a family to care for. Joyce will be missed by a lot of people. To her sons and sisters and brother and other family members, so sorry she left too soon. Love, thoughts and prayers to you all
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Joyce ChapmanBuckley left a message on October 8, 2012:
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Steve Beach left a message on October 7, 2012:
Joyce, you were an incredible sister your memories will last forever the impact you had on Samantha will never be forgotten may you rest in peace we will always love you!!! We will never let you go in our hearts and prayers we will think of you every day!!!!Love Steve ,Deb & Samantha
Nancy Torregrossa left a message on October 7, 2012:
In honor of Joyce Ann Ours, Nancy Torregrossa lit a candle.
Jack and Sharon Blair left a message on October 7, 2012:
In honor of Joyce Ann Ours, Jack and Sharon Blair lit a candle.
Margaret Travers left a message on October 7, 2012:
In honor of Joyce Ann Ours, Margaret Travers lit a candle.
Margaret Travers left a message on October 7, 2012:
As a child, I remember Aunt Joyce's "crunchy" hair (from hairspray). It was always my mission to be able to touch it. I was fascinated that her hair didn't move. I remember good dinners, cookouts and New Year's Eve parties at her house. She was a wonderful cook - her macaroni salad was the best. She was an avid country music fan, especially of Conway Twitty. Aunt Joyce was a master crafter. She loved to make anything from cards to wreaths to Christmas ornaments - many of which we still proudly display in our homes during the holidays. She always had the most beautifully wrapped gifts. She had an infectious laugh. Often times you could be outside and hear her laughing when she was in the house. You couldn't help but smile when you heard it. While she was taken from us too soon, I believe she's at peace and rejoicing with Uncle Lennie, Grandma, Grandad, Uncle Butch and so many other family members with whom she's now reunited. While filled with sorrow over her loss, I feel some comfort in knowing that our family now has another guardian angel smiling down and watching over us. She will be forever in our hearts.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Joyce, you were an incredible sister your memories will last forever the impact you had on Samantha will never be forgotten may you rest in peace we will always love you!!! We will never let you go in our hearts and prayers we will think of you every day!!!!Love Steve ,Deb & Samantha
Petey Hefner left a message on October 8, 2012:
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Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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