OBITUARY

Joyce Winsborrow Farrell

August 29, 1947March 11, 2019

Joyce Winsborrow Farrell was born on August 29, 1947 and passed away on March 11, 2019.

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Joyce Winsborrow Farrell

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Sandra Jardine

March 19, 2019

So sad to say goodbye to you cuz ( Joyce/ Judy Winsboro Farell) I will miss chatting with you. Now you are with every one that pass on before you R.I.P my dear Cuz .

Monica Rosa (Joseph)

March 19, 2019

Just sending my condelences to Joyce who i grew up knowing as Judy family and also her husbabd family, my condolence of the passing. I am a cousin if joyce of the jardine family . We all grieve to hear.of her passing. Judy who i grew up knowing was one year older than i am and speaking with her on facw e book a few years ago,, i never knew who she was until last week sunce i knew judy not joyce. It sadden me of her passing. May her sould rest in peace also her husband. My sympaty to all.

Nanita Callahan

March 19, 2019

My name is Nanita Leach Callahan, Joyce was my Aunt, my father Ulric Mills was her half-brother. I only heard about Joyce and Winston about six or so years ago, after my brother Kenneth Leach researched and found them. I contacted Joyce at that time, and we kept in touch on a regular basis. I visited her a couple years ago in Palmetto, Fl. We got to be very close and her friendship and Liam's, will be ones that I will treasure forever. Will miss our monthly talks. May you both Rest in Peace and continue the love that you have for each other. Wish that I could have known you a lot longer.
Love You
Nan

Colin Winsborrow

March 18, 2019

Joyce and I are distant relatives. We are 7th cousins once removed. Joyce is 8 generations and I’m 9 generations away from our common ancestors, Thomas and Elizabeth Winsborrow. They were married in 1676 in the Devon, England, village of Oakford. An interest in family history brought us together ... Joyce from St Vincent in the Caribbean and me from Sussex, England.

We first met in the late 1990’s when Joyce and Liam were on one of their trips to the UK. We met again on subsequent visits and in 2004 I visited them in Palmetto, Fl. We had become friends and I was very fond of them and very much enjoyed their company, their visits to the UK and my visit to them.

It was with great sadness that I heard the news of Joyce’s and Liam’s tragic deaths. I have very happy memories of their visits to the UK and of their hospitality and kindness to me in 2004.

Michelle Ellias

March 16, 2019

Joyce and I worked together at EisnerAmper for many years we enjoyed shopping together laughing together and just basically talking on the phone even when she moved to Florida with Liam she had a beautiful love affair with him they were two beautiful people and I’m glad they are together forever in heaven I will miss and love you Joyce always God bless you both

Rosa Rivera

March 15, 2019

I worked with Joyce at Eisneramper. What a lovely and beautiful person. So sorry for your loss . My condolence to the family.

Winston Winsborrow

March 15, 2019

To My Sister
I’m blessed to call you sister,
I also call you friend;
You’ve loved me unconditionally,
And stood through thick and thin.
You’ve shared my joys and sorrows,
My laughter and my tears.
You’ve been my inspiration,
As we grew up through the years.
When we were little children
We laughed and played together;
Then growing up you stood by me,
Through good and stormy weather.
There’s something God has given us,
That’s more than family;
He’s placed a love for you, my Sister,
Deep down in the heart of me.

Your loving big brother, Winston