Joyce Ann WellerdJanuary 5, 1939 – November 13, 2004
Joyce Wellerd (Joyce to her friends) died peacefully Saturday, Nov. 13, at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs.She was born Jan. 5, 1939, in Denver. Joyce was the daughter of Fredrick J. Wellerd and Lillian Eunice (Gray) Wellerd. She moved to Grand Junction at the age of 8 and remained there until 1999 when she moved to Carbondale.Joyce was preceded in death by her father, mother, and sister, Dorothy Morin. She is survived by three sisters: Lorraine Fabrey, of Lakewood, Linda Weigland, of Denver, and Patty Dean, of Grants Pass, Ore.Joyce’s favorite pastime was listening to music and “moving to the beat.” She also enjoyed road trips, long walks, shopping, having her nails done, sipping a good cup of coffee, and people watching. Joyce will be missed by her many friends, her family and by the residents and staff of Mountain Valley Developmental Services who have come to depend on the sweet, serene smile she has shared with us for the past five years. She will be fondly remembered as a very happy woman with a sweet disposition and a quiet sense of grace. A graveyard service will take place at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19, at Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs, where Joyce’s remains will be interred. Farnum-Holt Funeral Home in Glenwood Springs is handling arrangements.A graveyard service will take place at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19, at Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs, where Joyce’s remains will be interred. Farnum-Holt Funeral Home in Glenwood Springs is handling arrangements.
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