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Memorial Ceremony: 7 p.m. Friday, February 7, 2020, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora
Memorial Visitation: 6 until 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home
Joyce Elaine Goff, age 66, of Iuka, Illinois, passed away Friday, January 31, 2020, at St. Louis University Hospital.
She was born April 28, 1953, in Iuka, the daughter of Roy Eugene and Eula Rhoean (Belden) Felty. She was united in marriage to Gary E. “Gooby” Goff on December 27, 1971, and they shared 9 wedding anniversaries until his death January 16, 1981.
Joyce enjoyed doing word search puzzles. She cherished memories of family and time spent with her grandkids and great-grandkids.
She is survived by her children: Cynthia (John) Lambert, Jerry Goff, Greg Goff, Rikki Goff, and Melissa (Danny) Sweat; grandchildren: Zach Goff, Megan “Minnie Pearl” (William) Foster, ShiAnn Goff, Gregory Goff, Mya Goff, and Trinity Harper; great-grandchildren: Saphira and William Foster; and a brother: Wayne Jones.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband: Gary E. Goff; and a brother: Randy Felty.
A memorial ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. Friday, February 7, 2020, at Frank & Bright Funeral Home in Flora. Friends and family are invited to a memorial visitation from 6 until 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Those attending are invited to dress casually in memory of Joyce. Memorial donations are suggested to the family to assist with expenses and will be accepted through the funeral home. Please make checks payable to Frank & Bright Funeral Home. To share a memory or condolence visit: www.frankandbright.com.
Joyce was my first cousin. I remember going to Aunt Eula's during summer vacation time and Joyce and I would play the old 45 records on her record player and write down the words to our favorite songs. Then we could get so goofy and sit outside and just laugh at nothing. Drove Aunt Eula crazy. We lost touch several years ago but some memories will never die. Condolences to her family whom she loved with all her heart.
I worked with Joyce and had a lot of good times with her. She was a sweet person ! One time at a party at her house we survived a Tornado but it was pretty scary with the walls going on and out. Had some good times with her at the Eagles when my husband played in a band. I liked dancing with.Her , she was a good dancer. So Sorry for your loss!
Joyce Goff she's an amazing women i met her through my best friend rikki goff her youngest daughter. Joyce always knew how to cheer other up she would always joke around but she always would embarrass rikki and i she always loved helping others she was an amazing women and she loves her kids and grandkids... Joyce knew how to make anyone smile iv known her for a very long time i considered her like a mom she was best mom anyone could ask for my prayers go out to the family. Love you all
So sorry for your loss. Joyce was a very sweet lady. She will be missed.
I love you so much and am going to miss you
good bye my friend I miss u and some of the fun crazy stuff we have done in this life together I love u joyce im glad I got to be a part of my life and your im glad I got to knw u and I hope to see you on the other side tell my grama I love her im glad your at peace now and not hurting any more I was there your last days of your life and so you well be missed by all of us love u girl
I can remeber my Aunt Joyce laughting and smiling ahe wouldn't go seconds without making anyone and everyone happy i remeber when i was younger we would always go and stay the night when everyone else would be a sleep i couldn't and she use to call me in her room we would listen to music she was an amazing person and loved everyone I am going toiss her RIP Auntie Joyce I hope your up there with Uncle Gary and you guys are up there looking down smiling over our family I love you and miss you so much
So sorry for your loss. I worked with Joyce for quite a few years and enjoyed her friendship.
So sad to learn. Our lives go back many years and visits at Roy’s farm and with our grandmother Bertha Felty. Always a smile on her face. God bless.
Sorry to hear of Joyce's passing. Prayers to the family members. I remember going over and staying all night with Joyce a few times when we were both younger. It was fun to visit and spend time with her and Uncle Roy and Eula. Our Felty side is getting smaller. Prayers again for all.
I met Joyce years ago when she and I worked at Bryan Manor together. She was such a nice kind person, loved being in her presence. She made me laugh, she always had a smile. Just a very down to earth person. I have not seen Joyce for years, but have thought of her often. Prayers to the family. God Bless all of you.