John W. Joyce

1962 ∼ 2018

John W. Joyce

John W. Joyce of Hanover died January 4, 2018  peacefully in his home in Brockton at the age of 55. John was born in Norfolk, VA and was raised and educated in Hanover, MA, graduating from Hanover High School and then Westfield State College.  John worked many years for Joyce Plasterworks. He bravely fought Multiple Myeloma for nine years and never let it get in the way of his true joy, spending time with his kids, family, and friends .   

 John is survived by  Christopher M. Joyce of Dorchester, Ma and Kayla M. Joyce of Pembroke , Ma. Former husband of Kimberly A. (Petrosevich) Joyce of Pembroke. Son of John T. Joyce, Jr of Randolph and the late Jean M. (McKinnon) Joyce.  Brother of Steven Joyce (Florida), and sister Barbara Joyce (Florida) and the late Lynne Joyce (Florida), nephew of Joanne Joyce (Bridgewater)  and many other loving family members.  A celebration of John's life will take place on Wednesday January 10th from 4-9pm at the Bridgewater Veterans Club located at, 85 Cottage Street Bridgewater MA.

Our family appreciates the love, care and support we have gotten over the years.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations are made in John's name to the Jimmy Fund. 

Celebration of Life Gathering 4-9pm

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Vets Club 85 Cottage Street Bridgewater, MA
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In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations are made in John's name to the Jimmy Fund

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John W. Joyce

1962 ∼ 2018

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