Condolences for Joy Maxine Henley

Anastasia Brunetti posted on 7/17/20

The moment I met Joy - I felt her warmth and inviting nature. So many fond memories of just sitting and chatting about life. Joy had a great since of humor, we always laughed. I would spend more time with her and Michael, then I usually planned for. Showing Joy stretches and exercises she could do on her bed, was a really fun memory. Joy and I laughed pretty much the whole time. I know she loved that I could give her those things to do on the bed instead of the floor which was never going to happen. I will miss my special times with Joy. She was a light in my life and always had positive words to say to me.


Cynthia parris posted on 7/15/20



Bud and Mary Freeman posted on 7/15/20

So sorry for your loss but glad we were neighbors for the last nineteen years. We enjoyed sharing a lot and things we had in common. We will be praying for you and the family . Our sympathy and Love may the Lord comfort and give you strength and love during this time


Kate Hubbard posted on 7/15/20

I remember when she ordered Avon makeup from me and Dina would take it to her. I’m so glad I got to know her and see her when she was in Life Care. May you Rest In Peace Joy


Robin Harrell posted on 7/15/20

Dear Aunt Joy what memories we have, your laugh, your jokes, loved coming over and test tasting your soups, and especially your candies, you fought a good fight for many of years, go rest now, you will truly be missed. Love Robin aka BIRD


Robin Harrell posted on 7/15/20

Dear Aunt Joy, your jokes your laughter, will truly be missed, your love for Me Cindy jimmy and Joy, will not be forgotten, I loved coming over and trying all your soups and candies, you were as sweet as the candy you made, fly high with the rest of our loved ones, till we meet again. Love your niece Robin aka BIRD as you would call me I will miss that.


SaraLee Nickell posted on 7/14/20

Joy was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever known and meant so much to us in the Alma Lee Cheves class where she served as President and even years after when she was no longer able to attend. She inspired all who knew her with her courage and faith.