My husband and I are so very sorry that Joyce fell asleep in death. She and Steve were such good neighbors. We miss them both. I always enjoyed the many conversations I had with Joyce while both of us were working in our yards at the same time.
May the family rely on our Heavenly Father who is the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials.(2 Corinthians 1:3, 4).
Stephanie, Pace and families,
So very sorry to hear about Joyce- I didn’t call her this week as I usually do - we talked for a while last Friday- she was doing well and seemed more content . I got a Christmas card from her this week and she probably received mine Thursday or Friday !
She was such a sweet lady and she missed Steve so so much. We often spoke about our spouses - I lost mine just 3 months ago . They worked together at Uniroyal for years !
She is smiling up above as she has greeted the love of her life! No more tears or loneliness for her -she is complete once again !
Sending all of you thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead !
Quattlebaum’s was founded in 1930 by Robert B. Quattlebaum on Roanoke’s West Point Street. Relocated to Maple Drive, Quattlebaum Funeral Home was just across from Knight Sanatorium for many years. In 1953, a new building was constructed on College Street – where the funeral home is today.
Quattlebaum Funeral Home
319 College Street Roanoke, Alabama 36274 Phone (334) 863-4141