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Joyce Barron

Joyce Evelyn Barron (Clink)

Sunday, July 5th, 1925 - Friday, May 22nd, 2020
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Joyce Evelyn Barron (nee Clink) passed away peacefully at the age of 94 at her residence in Emo Health Care Centre on Friday, May 22, 2020.

She is survived by her five children: Garth (Anne) of Toronto, Wayne (Eleanor) of Fort Frances, Diane (Guy) Wolframe of Thunder Bay, Donna of Thunder Bay, and Doug (Yvonne) of Barwick, and well as 13 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Also surviving is her brother Don of Barwick.

She was predeceased by her husband Norman, her parents Gordon and Hazel Clink, her sister Lorraine Lowe, and her brothers Dave and Bill.

Joyce was born on July 5, 1925 in Chapple Township. She attended Shenston #5, a one-room school situated on the present site of Sturgeon Creek School. Throughout her later years, she often related recollections of the humourous incidents and close friendships of her school years.

Joyce first met her future husband, Norman, when he was working at her grandfather's farm. Norman later served overseas with the Canadian Armed Forces, and upon his return home, he and Joyce were married in 1947. Together they raised five children on the family farm east of Barwick.

Joyce had a great love for her family. Her walls were always festooned with photos of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and she enjoyed being kept up with their latest activities and accomplishments.

For many years Joyce was an active member of First Baptist Church and later Barwick Community Church. She had a deep love for the Lord and lived out her faith each day through her kindness and her service to others.

She will be greatly missed by her family and friends, but along with the grief and sadness is the assurance that she is now with the Lord. Joyce often spoke of her longing to be in Heaven, and we are confident that she is now in the presence of Jesus, Her Saviour, for all eternity.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no funeral service. A private gathering will be held for the immediate family.
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    Barwick Cemetery
    Barwick/Township of Chapple


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Jim Pattison

Posted at 10:16pm
Gath, Wayne and families
We are sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. We had not too many dealings with your parents, but her roommate in Emo said she was sent by God. I would not doubt that one bit. May the peace that God alone gives be with you at this time.

Brian Johnstone

Posted at 04:45pm
My condolences to the entire family, Joyce was an inspiring women that I had the pleasure of spending many of my younger years with, be it playing our own version of Uno, Authors or the occasional game of crokanole. Words are not enough to express the influence she had on my life. Rest in peace.

Brian Johnstone

Melody Abbott

Posted at 12:38pm
Norman and Joyce were both such lovely people, and they were precious Christian family to Les & I. Joyce made me feel so welcome when I married Les and we really appreciated her emotional and spiritual support through the years. Les & I will really miss her. Our hearts our with her family, who will miss her so much in spite of their joy that she is in Heaven.

Mark & Tina Mast

Posted at 09:11am
We will dearly miss Joyce. We pray for the Barron family as they lay to rest their dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was truly was a friend and blessing to everyone she knew. We thank the Lord for so many special memories that we cherish of her. First of all, she constantly radiated with the love of Jesus. Secondly, her loving deeds and countenance reflected His love constantly. Her gracious, loving, encouraging words were a constant source of blessing and encouragement to everyone as well. May we all try to be a little more like Joyce Barron as we bid farewell to this dear saint, until we meet again over on the other side. “What a day that will be, when Jesus we will see!”

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