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Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Coral Ridge Cemetery

950 Chiquita Blvd. S, Cape Coral, FL

OBITUARY

Joyce Anne Carpenter

January 31, 1943December 1, 2019

Joyce Ann Barr Carpenter Passed away on Sunday, December 1st, while surrounded by loving family in Cape Coral, FL. Joyce was a very strong, loving and positive single mother throughout her sons’ adolescence and always made time for her boys’ sports games. Joyce worked for 19 years at Chevrolet’s main Corporate office in KCK as Lead Corp Secretary. Joyce moved to Cape Coral, Florida in 2007 to be close to her sons. Joyce is survived by her two sons; Bruce M. Carpenter and Gregg S. Carpenter. Four Grandchildren; Stephanie, Michael, Tyler and Emily. Two Great Grandchildren; Rayne and Skye.

  • FAMILY

  • Bruce, Son
  • Gregg, Son
  • Stephanie, Grandchild
  • Michael, Grandchild
  • Tyler, Grandchild
  • Emily, Grandchild
  • Rayne, Great Grandchild
  • Skye, Great Grandchild

Memories

Joyce Anne Carpenter

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Jackie LaRitz

December 7, 2019

Joyce’s Cali and my Chesney are both Maltese/Bichon. Cali has Maltese hair and Chesney has Bichon hair.

Jackie LaRitz

December 7, 2019

Joyce and I went to a flea market one weekend. Joyce bought this clip on hat to match a dress that Cali had at home. After return back home, Joyce dressed Cali up and I took this Photo.

Jackie LaRitz

December 7, 2019

This is Cali after a muddy day at the dog park. Joyce would just laugh and tell Cali “ you are getting a bath, when you get home, dirty girl “.

Jackie LaRitz

December 7, 2019

I came across this picture of Joyce at the dog park. Joyce was so in love with Cali . Cali was the love of her life.

Jackie LaRitz

December 6, 2019

Joyce and I meet in early 2012 at the Rotary Park, dog park. We hit it off, right away. She adored Cali, more than words can express. The love in her eyes for Cali was unmeasurable, that was easy to see. A group of us, formed a friendship and met every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the dog park. My friendship with Joyce didn’t end there. We took Cali and my two little dogs to lunch quit often. We even went to the dog beach together. I ended up moving back north but our friendship continued to grow. We spoke on the phone every month but unfortunately our visits were few. I will miss my dear sweet friend more than I can say. She was special and we shared a lot , thru our conversations. My heart is broken.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY