Joyce L. Vincent

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died June 8, 2020

Joyce L. Vincent, age 89, of Gladstone, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 8, 2020, at the Christian Park Healthcare Center in Escanaba.

Joyce was born January 27, 1931 in Escanaba, MI the daughter of Edlore and Isabelle (Elie) Patient. She grew up in Arnold, MI, and relocated to Gladstone after uniting in marriage to Raymond Vincent on June 30, 1948, in Northland, MI. Together they celebrated 70 loving years of marriage.

Joyce was a waitress for 30 years. She worked at Family Inn, The Dew Drop Inn, and The Village Inn. She enjoyed baking and cooking for everyone. She enjoyed trips to the casino, playing bingo, and playing cards.

Joyce is survived by:
4 Sons: Randy (Peggy) Vincent of Soo Hill, MI
Dale (Brenda) Vincent of Gwinn, MI
Mark Vincent of Gladstone, MI
Rodney Vincent of Sault Ste. Marie, MI
1 Daughter: Roleane (Jim) Daniels of Greenland, MI
1 Brother: Roger Patient
13 Grandchildren
19 Great Grandchildren
And 3 Great Great Grandchildren

In addition to her Parents, Joyce is preceded in death by:
Husband: Raymond Vincent
Son: Gary Vincent
Brother: Walter Patient
And Sister: Jeannette Vincent

Mass of Christian Burial is scheduled for Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 4:00 PM at All Saints Catholic Church in Gladstone. Rev. Fr. Jamie Ziminski will be officiating. She will be laid to rest next to her husband in Gardens of Rest Cemetery.
The Skradski Family Funeral Homes of Delta County are assisting the Vincent family.

6 Tributes for “Joyce L. Vincent

    Although I have never had the pleasure of meeting this lovely lady, i know her daughter, Roleane and son in law, Jim, from their years of coming to Florida. Having recently lost my husband, i shard your lose and sorrow. Joyce lived a good life and know that her presence will be felt by all. Bless the family.

    I would like to extend my sympathies to the family and friends of Joyce. She was a sweet lady and I enjoyed talking with her. She played cribbage often and other games. She will be missed, may she rest in peace.

    Oh the card games, oh the homemade Rye bread (was it Swedish?) oh the laughter Auntie Joyce will be remembered for. She and her sister, Jeannette (my mother-in-law) were a couple of diamonds in the jewelrybox of life. She was always giving and smiling and kind.

    Joyce always had a smile for me whenever I visited my mom at Christian Park. She was always so nicely dressed and looked so good. Sympathy to the family.

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