Joyce Anna Harrell

May 7, 1930 - August 3, 2015

05/07/1930 - 08/03/2015

Chesapeake – Joyce Anna Harrell, 85, died August 3, 2015.  Mrs. Harrell was born in New Orleans to the late Anthony and Virginia Eumont Annino.  She was predeceased by a son, Michael Wayne Harrell.
Left to cherish her memory are her loving children, Brenda Joyce Edwards and her husband Tommy of Moyock, NC, Billie Joan Lawrence of Chesapeake and Teresa Harrell Sorey and her husband Bobby of Chesapeake; 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
A private service will be held at a later date.  Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.altmeyerfh.com.

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Terry
6 years ago

Mom I truly miss you wished you were here but I know you are doing so much better I love you tell mike I said hi and aunt marie I will always think about you dream about you. forever and always your daughter terry

Carol Nida
6 years ago

Sending prayers and condolences your way Terri….knowing you were there for her has to give you peace. Remember the good times and know she is in good hands now.

Joan
6 years ago

Mom
I love you forever, rest in peace until we meet again. Our time spent together these last few months I will forever remember

Shannon jones
6 years ago

We are so sorry for your loss. Shannon & Chris jones and Stanley Swain.

Tamara
6 years ago

May you always have your moms light to guide you

Norma
6 years ago

Terry I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, love you

Bsrbara Jean Morris
6 years ago

Joyce you always were and will always be my HERO!!! You defended I can’t count how many times you PROTECTED ME!! I i love you with all my heart!!

Bsrbara Jean Morris
6 years ago

Joyce YOU WERE AND ALWAYS WERE MY HERO!!!

pam
6 years ago

Terry I’m so sorry about your mom I no what your going through I’m here for you if you need me love you

Nancy Crotts & Family
6 years ago

So sorry for you loss, our love and prayers are with your family at this time. Please let us know when the service will be, we’d like to be there to celebrate Joyce’s memory.