Mrs. Joyce Broadway Moon

February 25, 1939January 6, 2021
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Mrs. Elna "Joyce" Moon was born on February 25, 1939 in Killeen, Texas and passed away on January 6, 2021 in Bedford, Texas.

Joyce graduated from Killeen High School, then went on to earn her BA degree at Mary Hardin Baylor University. She retired from Teccor Electronics as the office manager.

On December 26, 1973 she married the love of her life, Don Moon. They proceeded to have many adventures together filled with laughs up until his passing.

Joyce was extremely proud of her big family which included 5 kids, 14 grandkids, 34 great-grandkids and countless others that she called family.

She was a devoted member of Meadow Creek Baptist Church for over 30 years. She was also an active member of the VFW ladies Auxiliary.

She is survived by her sons David Waybright, Bobby Waybright, daughters Brenda Rymer and husband Lloyd, Donna McKinney and husband Barney.

Joyce is preceded in death by her husband Don Moon, daughter Deborah Waldrip, three brothers G.W. Broadway, Richard Carroll Broadway, and Monroe Broadway. As well as one sister Marie Hatcher

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  • David Waybright, Son
  • Donna McKenney, Daughter
  • Brenda Rymm, Daughter
  • Bobby Waybright, Son
  • 14 Grandkids, 34 Great Grandkids, 3 Brothers and 1 sister

  • Jesse, Pallbearer
  • Jacob, Pallbearer
  • Justin, Pallbearer
  • Allen, Pallbearer
  • Michael, Pallbearer
  • Josh, Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 20, 2021

  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 21, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 21, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, January 21, 2021


Mrs. Joyce Broadway Moon

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Mona Blassingame

January 18, 2021

Miss Joyce was such a sweet lady and all ways had a smile for everyone. She was a friend of mine that will be so missed.

Cynthia Allen

January 12, 2021

We will sure miss you Aunt Joyce.
We love you so much and trust me when I say .My heart hurts so much. You was like a second momma to me..You always treated us all like we was one of your own.. Your so kind and loving to everyone you ever met...You was a Godly woman and God knows all of yall are just fine now. We will meet meet at Heavens gate one day..Till we all see you and all again..I love you all and sure miss you all!!!!♥️♥️♥️♥️🤟🤟🤟

Jody Smith

January 12, 2021

When her husband died.
I kept her in Prayer and HEART.
She was a very special lady.
RIP Ms. Moon. Sweet MEMORIES to the family.🙏😇💞

Tanya Biesterveld

January 12, 2021

Joyce was a big part of my life growing up as well as her family. Whether it was a grin and chuckle that said "that's funny but stupid" or that look that said " you better not" she was always watching out for me. As I grew older we worked several VFW functions together and had a lot of good times doing so. I will miss her dearly.

Deborah Jonas

January 10, 2021

Grandma Moon was an amazing great grandmother. I’m extremely thankful for her and all she did for me growing up. I wish she was able to stay a little longer to be there when I finally found my footing in adulthood.

I will never forget all the great memories we had, all the sleepovers and bingo playing at the VFW. She made my childhood the best she could.

I love you, grandma. I hope you are no longer in pain and I pray that you continue to watch over me and help guide me into becoming a respectful and wonderful woman.

Valerie Broadway

January 9, 2021

A few years back I spent a week with Aunt Joyce and we went everywhere and we visited my dad Richard Broadway and my Step mom, Jackie and we had a blast together. I will miss you Aunt Joyce Moon. Tell everyone I said hi. Love you! ❤😭

Donna Ashmore

January 9, 2021

I will always remember Aunt Joyce as one of those people who made you feel comfortable. She accepted life as it came and she and never met a person she did not love. She did not complain even when life was not kind. She leaves a n example that I can only aspire to accomplish. If only., when I pass.... I can leave such an amazing legacy.

Brenda Rymer

January 9, 2021

My mom she was a good woman I left her very much and she loved her kids her grandkids and her great-grandkids she had a lot of love to give we started about 10 years ago mom and dad would come over for lunch every week and I'd put out a good spread and put my dad passed away four years ago but mama still came over once sometimes two or three times I cook a couple of times a week and then we go out once a week and then we went shopping or something and we always had Easter over her house that was some good food and some good family times I will miss that 😢 and our Thanksgiving dinners were always together with family ❤️ and our Christmases were always together she made sure everybody had a present from her but my favorite memory of her is her smile and she always made me laugh I will truly miss you Mom ❤️😘💔 my life is full of so many good memories with you ❤️💗💙

Jackie Broadway

January 9, 2021

Joyce, was my sister-in-law for 46 years . She was a wonderful person very family oriented . She and her brother Carol would talk on the phone almost every day , that was the first thing I noticed when I became part of the family they had so much love for each other , A very close knit family . She will be missed greatly . I thank God , to have had the privilege to known her .