Joyce Ethel Kayser
June 15, 1945 – November 22, 2019
Joyce Ethel (Nunn) Kayser, was born June 15, 1945 in Sidney, BC to Harold (Amos) and May Nunn. She was raised in a loving family with her Sister Dorothy and Brother Jim.
As a young lady she worked at BC Ferries, became a nurse, went on missions trips to Esperanza and with North American Indian Mission (NAIM), and went to Prairie Bible Institute, where she met Stanley Kayser. They fell in love and got married on July 29, 1972 and moved to San Jose, California. While there, they had four children Kevin, Kurt, Katrina and Keith. In 1983, they moved to Abbotsford, BC. Joyce devoted her years as a stay at home mother.
In the early ‘90s Joyce perused her dream of becoming a Florist. In 1998, she and her husband went to Japan as missionaries for a few years. In her later years she enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, being the librarian at their church, and preserving the bounty from the garden. After a car accident on November 14th she went to be with her Lord on November 22nd, 2019. She leaves behind her husband, Stan Kayser, children Kevin (Robin) Kayser, Kurt (Dana) Kayser, Katrina (Peter) Funk, and Keith (Charlotte) Kayser, her grandchildren Danika, Alise, Brandon, Josiah, Zackary, Ezra and Makenna. As well as her sister Dorothy (Hugh) Wallis and Brother Jim (Marion) Nunn.
The memorial service will be held at Abbotsford Evangelical Free Church, 33218 Marshall Rd, at 2:30 on December 7th, 2019.
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Henderson's Fraser Valley Funeral Home
34537 Marshall Road
Joyce Ethel Kayser
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December 4, 2019
I remember her driving the minivan with a bunch of us when we were in town and there was traffic or something and she kept saying, "good gravy" and it was cute and funny to me at that time. In my mind nothing is more Aunt Joyce then that little phrase :)
December 3, 2019
Dearest Kaiser Family, although they never met in life, JOYCE and my mom Linda, who passed exactly a month before her, are excitedly visiting with Jesus and those who went before. Right now, it’s so very painful missing them, but just feel the Love that Jesus and Joyce are directing to you all, to comfort you in the grief of loss. I pray for you all just to take one minute, one hour, one day at a time and rest in His love. It is Enough. Cry. Love. Remember. God bless, Heidi Beckerleg. 🙏🏼💕