Joyce Sharon Strong

  • Born: May 3, 1948
  • Died: September 9, 2017
  • Location: Spanaway, Washington

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Houston, TX 77056

Tribute & Message From The Family


Joyce was born in Denver Colorado on May 3, 1948 and was moved to White Center, Washington soon after with her parents, where she lived for 19 years before meeting Timothy Strong. Marrying on January 27, 1968, spending 49 years with the love of her life, her one and only.
Joyce passed September 9, 2017 at her home in Spanaway, Washington. Visited by family and friends days prior to her passing, she enjoyed and loved having everyone there to show their love. She worked as a caregiver for many years giving love to those that she cared for as if they were family, a loving mother to her 3 daughters, grandmother of 7 and great grandmother of 6 with 2 more on the way. A beautiful, caring, loving woman that will be dearly missed.
Joyce is survived by he husband Timothy, brother Arnold Heath, daughters Sharon, Lorie and Nancy. Granchildren April, Christa, Elizibeth, John, Timothy and Eric. And an abundant amount of nieces and nephews and other family members. She will be joining (Mother) Virginia Heath, (Father) Everett Heath, (Sister) June Heath and (Granddaughter) Tammie Evans into eternal peace.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I miss you so much... your positive outlook, strength and happy giigle... you ment the world to us my girl... We love you.

Posted by Jodye Wood - Puyallup, WA - Family Friend   September 08, 2018

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Just learned of your passing, but heaven now has another rose for it's garden. Until we meet in heaven, May God keep you in his arms, I will miss you.

Posted by Ina Scott - Everett, WA - Family   October 25, 2017

we will miss you, thanks for the memories ,chance down those beany babies,and having hoildays together,love you forever.

Posted by LISA JOHNSON - JBLM, WA - Family Friend   September 13, 2017

Joyce was a great caregiver and friend... she will be missed and remembered always. My best advice from Joyce was to always keep trying.. chin up.. smile. I am so thankful my family for the opportunity to know her and that she chose to be a part of ours... Always remembered never forgotten

Posted by Jodye Wood - Puyallup, WA - Family Friend   September 12, 2017

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MOM,
I will never forget you. you have always been there for me and I will always miss you, until we meet again. I love you mom.

Posted by Sharon Mack - Roy, WA - Daughter   September 12, 2017

I am very sorry for your loss.

Posted by A friend   September 12, 2017