Joyce Nelson

May 28, 1950 - May 28, 2020

05/28/1950 - 05/28/2020

Nelson, Joyce L. 70, of Powhatan Point, OH, passed away peacefully at home on May 28, 2020.

She was born on February 28, 1950 in Bellaire, OH to the late Jack Crozier and Margaret (Peggy) Trigg Crozier Bednarczyk.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her sister Jackie Gibson and niece Megan Gibson.

Joyce is survived by her daughter Ashlee (Mike) of Powhatan Point, OH.

Two beloved grandsons that were her world, Dalton and Jaxson, both of Powhatan Pt. OH. a sister Jessica (Tommy) Duncan of Shadyside, OH, a brother Jeff (Karen) Crozier of New Castle, DE, brother-in-law, William Gibson of Shadyside, OH along with several nieces and nephews that she loved like they were her own.

A memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Lincoln Avenue United Methodist Church in Shadyside, OH for the student lunch program by going to “TMCFunding.com”.

Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 441, 37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio 43906.

Share your thoughts and memories of Joyce with the family at www.bauknechtaltmeyer.com

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Patti
2 years ago

Joycee. I’m heartbroken over your passing. I wish I would have called sooner so I could hear your voice one last time. We’ve shared fun, laughter and many memories together. You were a great friend and I’ll never forget you. My thoughts and prayers to Ashley and the rest of your family.

– Patti

Joni Fox
2 years ago

We Tom and Joni Fox are so sorry Ashlee, For the loss of your mother was sweet and kind. We thought a lot of her.

Sherry McCloud
2 years ago

Joyce was such a great person We had a lot of fun with her You will be missed So sorry Ashlee Mike Dalton an Jaxson

Beverley Nozica
2 years ago

So sorry for your loss. Joyce will be missed by many.

Carol Stein
2 years ago

Joyce was such a good person. She truly loved her family more than anything. She enjoyed talking about Ashley and her grandsons. She always looked forward to the family vacations. The last time our friends from OVMC had lunch in March we were leaving and always give each other a hug. She made a comment that because of the virus it might be a while before we could hug again. We never thought it would be the last time.