Joyce Marie Dones
Age 60, of New Haven, KY
Joyce Marie Skaggs Dones, 60 of New Haven, died Monday July 9, 2012 at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown.
She was a Baptist by faith, and was preceded in death by Her parents Herman Ray and Effie Mae McNear Skaggs.(2) brothers, Raymond and James Skaggs.
Joyce is survived by (4) sons; Kelly Wayne Greenwell, Francis Edward “Ted” Greenwell, Lester Ray “Bo” Greenwell, and Joseph Hank Greenwell, and (3) grandchildren which she cared for, Tonya Marie (Mike) Gaffney, Sarah Beth and Joseph Wayne Greenwell, and Kellina Greenwell, Texas. (2) Brothers, Floyd “Frog” Skaggs, and Donald “Duck” Skaggs, both of Hodgenville. (2) Sisters, Mary Ann Miller, Boston, and Virginia (Bill) Gill, Boston.
Funeral Service will be at the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home in New Haven on Thursday at 1:00 pm. Burial will be in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Larue County.
Visitation will be Thursday morning from 10 AM till the time of service.
Memorial Contributions in Joyce’s Honor may be made to the Joseph L Greenwell Funeral Home , P.O. Box 65, New Haven KY 40051 to help pay for the Funeral Expenses.
Joseph L Greenwell New Haven, KY in charge of arrangements.
Please visit our web site www.jlgfuneralhome.com to send an online condolence.
- Dedicated to My Great Aunt from Angel
You were the strongest woman I knew, for all that you have been through. There arent enough words in existance that could express how much you meant to me as a child and I wish more than anything that I could go back and see your beautiful smiling face once more. I'd give anything to be able to spend time with you, time that I selfishly put on hold, that I will never be able to go back and make up for. For this I will regret everyday but Ill forever hold a special place in heart just for you. I love and miss you so much. Gone but never forgotten.
- Dedicated to Joyce Marie Dones from Diane Larochelle
Please accept my deepest sympathy . Remember our God Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart.”—Psalm 34:18.
God’s Word, the Bible, provides the greatest comfort of all. The Christian apostle Paul stated: “I have hope toward God . . . that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) Thinking about the Bible-based hope of a resurrection can be the greatest comfort while grieving the loss of a loved one.
- Dedicated to the family from joyce,chris,david
we may not see you all much but we
think of you often and love you all.
GOD Bless You All