Joyce Elaine Anderson, 80, died Friday July 9th, 2010 at Penick Village.
A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday July 17th at Southern Pines United Methodist Church in Southern Pines, NC.
The family will receive friends during a reception following the service in the fellowship hall.
Born September 4, 1929 in Mowrystown, OH, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Anna Grace McCoy Jamison.
A graduate of Fairfield High School in Leesburg, OH and attended Miami University in Oxford, OH, Joyce was a homemaker, a member of the Lawn and Tennis Club, and Southern Pines United Methodist Church.
She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Ronald E. Anderson of Southern Pines, two daughters, Heidi Anderson and husband, Daniel Rones of Flowery Branch, GA and Deborah Anderson and husband Bill Stonesifer of Cumming, GA, one son, Ronald Anderson and wife Patty of Frederick, MD, one brother, Ben Jamison and wife Wanda of Washington Courthouse, OH, four grandchildren, Bradley, Rachel, Steve, and Gregory.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8300 Health Park #10, Raleigh, NC 27615-4731.
Condolences may be made to: www.powellfuneralhome.com.

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  1. Dearest Mommy,
    I miss you so much and want to hug and kiss you again. I am so grateful I was able to comfort you in your final hours. Your sweet face gave me such a peace when you saw your angels coming for you. I know you are in a better place and

  2. Dearest Mommy,
    I miss you so much and want to hug and kiss you again. I am so grateful I was able to comfort you in your final hours. Your sweet face gave me such a peace when you saw your angels coming for you. I know you are in a better place and

  3. Dear Uncle Ronny, Debbie, Heidi, Ronny and families. A loss such as yours is never replaced, but please be comforted by the many wonderful years and memories you had your wife, mother and grandmother. I too, am sad by the loss of my beautiful Aunt Joyce.

  4. Aunt Joyce was a wonderful person. She will really be missed by all of her family and friends. We are so lucky to have had her in our lives. My heart is breaking for all of you. I wish I could take your sadness away. I love you all and I am praying for yo

  5. Dear Mom,
    If I could give you diamonds
    For each tear you cried for me.
    If I could find you sapphires
    For each truth you helped me see.
    If I could give you rubies for the heartache that you’ve known
    If I could give you pearls

  6. Dear Mom,
    If I could give you diamonds
    For each tear you cried for me.
    If I could find you sapphires
    For each truth you helped me see.
    If I could give you rubies for the heartache that you’ve known
    If I could give you pearls

  7. Dear Mom,
    If I could give you diamonds
    For each tear you cried for me.
    If I could find you sapphires
    For each truth you helped me see.
    If I could give you rubies for the heartache that you’ve known
    If I could give you pearls

  8. Dear Heidi and Family,
    Lonny and Joey send prayers for comfort during this difficult time. Know that you are in our hearts.

  9. I looked forward to seeing you every year and spending time with you and Ron. I enjoyed the time we had together and will miss it. I love you Joycie and miss you. Love, Jean

  10. I will miss joycie being with me in the summer . I look forward to it every year. I enjoy having her and Ron both. I love you and miss you , Jean

  11. Dear dear Ron, Debbie, Heide, Ronny:
    Tears are still streaming down my cheeks. Debbie just called me. Oh, beautiful, Joycey. I still remember the day we met in the restroom of the Parklawn Building in Rockville over 40 years ago and started talking a

  12. Dear Ron and family,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Even though I had not seen Joyce in a while,she still held a special place in my heart. I enjoyed playing tennis with her, and was so impressed and inspired by her committment and determination in ten

  13. Mr.Anderson,Ronny,Debbie,Heidi,and family,
    I am very sad for your loss. Your mom (wife)was a very sweet lady and will be truly missed by all who knew her. I admire her for fighting the battle for so long,it is always tough! My thoughts and prayers a

  14. Aunt Joyce
    You were such a wonderful part of my youth. I hope you knew how excited all of us cousins were to have you and your family come for your annual visit. We loved you so much, we always have. You are a great woman. We will miss you

  15. Dear Mr. Anderson, Heidi, Debbie, Ronny and family,
    I will always cherish the memory of talking to Mrs. A on the phone just days before she slipped away, I know that your memories will help you thru this. Mom said she will never forget the conversati

  16. Dearest Auntie Joyce… I keep hearing your voice and your laughter and seeing your precious face and all your wonderful expressions as family stories were told. You are loved by me forever and always in my heart. Lana

  17. I will miss you and miss vactioning withyou in Ocean City. Always love you, Breta. Joyce,Thank you for being a wonderful sister-in law. You were the sister I never had.Love, Jenny.

  18. Dear Mr. Anderson, Heidi, Debbie, and Ron:
    It always seems like it is the GOOD ones that leave this world. I pray that you have the strength to meet the days to come; not sorrowing as those without hope, but in thankful remembrance for the time that

  19. Grandma,
    I will always love and cherish our times together. You truly were an amazing and remarkable woman who brought so much joy, laughter, and light to this world. Not only with your optimistic outlook on life, but with the love and care you show

  20. Uncle Ronnie, Debbie, Heidi & Ronny
    I’m sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is. But she is in a better place now full of peace and not pain. I know it will take time, but you will always remember the good times you all had together. My prayer

  21. Aunt Joyce I loved the times every year when we rode together to the reunion and got to talk. That time will always be special to me. You were a wonderful aunt and I will always love the time we had together and your smile and your laught. I know we have

  22. Although I had not seen Joyce in awhile, I will always remember her wonderful sense of humor, her smile, gentleness and in tennis, the sport we played together, her sense of fair play and love for the game. You were a joy to share a court with! May you re

  23. We have nothing but happy memories, and those memories will keep Joyce close in our hearts,
    always. Brother Ben and Wanda

  24. When a person marries into a family, one can only hope that they are accepted and eventually become an important component in the family. I could not ask for any more than the love and friendship of the Anderson Family. Aunt Joyce has fulfilled her role i

  25. Many years ago, when I started playing tennis after a long absence,I was very blessed to be in a group of older ladies, well older than me. Joyce was one of the women that I played with on a regular basis. I will always remember her wonderful smile and he

  26. For more than fifteen years, the Anderson Family has generously included me in their family Christmas celebrations and over that time I have grown very fond of Joyce. I will miss her dearly. She was a special lady. I sincerely wish I could travel for her

  27. Uncle Ronnie, Debbie, Heidi, an Ronny.
    Lenora sent me this link this morning. I have had this page open on my computer all day. I have been trying to think of what I could say that would ease your sorrow. I know there are no words. So I decided I sh

  28. Aunt Joyce was a very special lady. I am so glad Ethan and I got to visit with her at Grandma Slaven’s this year. She is loved and will be missed. Love, Carey and Ethan Smith

  29. Uncle Ronnie, Debbie, Heidi, an Ronny.
    Lenora sent me this link this morning. I have had this page open on my computer all day. I have been trying to think of what I could say that would ease your sorrow. I know there are no words. So I decided I sh

  30. We are so sorry for loss. Know I am thinking of all of you at this time. I love and miss you Aunt Joyce. Love, Devin and Elise Smith

  31. Here’s to a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and aunt. A wife of 60 years, who moved from state to state due to her husband’s career – never grumbling, just content to be by his side. A mother who raised 3 beautiful and smart kids, who I am proud to ca

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