OBITUARY

Joyce Evelyn Percival

August 29, 1926May 18, 2020

Joyce Evelyn Percival, 93 was called to be with her Lord on May 18, 2020. Joyce was born August 29, 1926 in Willows, California.

Joyce was a graduate of Pepperdine Christian University and began her teaching career in Monterey, California. She later moved to Modesto where she worked temporarily for the Modesto Bee Newspaper. Joyce worked as a Junior High home economics teacher for the Modesto City School District for over 30 years. She was a member of The Church of Christ for nearly 70 years, first at La Loma then Davis Park in Modesto. She taught Bible classes, coordinated potluck dinners and other social events at the church, hosted a Ladies Bible class at her home and influenced several young women to serve The Lord.

Joyce is survived by her sons, Kent, Clark (Carol), her grandsons; Aaron (Kristen), Jared, Jamison (Shannon), three great grandsons, one great-granddaughter, two sisters-in-law; Margaret Percival and Beverly Hall and several nieces and nephews. Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Percival and brother, Norman Brockman.

Due to the Covid situation, there will be no viewing or graveside service at this time. We will have a Celebration of Life for Joyce at a later date to be determined. Joyce’s family wishes to thank everyone for their understanding.

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Ramona Ruskamp

May 25, 2020

My beloved sister taught me as a young mother the wonderful words of God and encouraged me to be a better person! Thank you Joyce! See you on the other side! Love Ramona

CLIFF GUDGEL

May 22, 2020

I DIDNT KNOW HER VERY WELL BUT SHE WAS ALLWAYS VERY NICE WHEN WE DID TALK AND MEET SUE WILL MISS HER VERY MUCH REST IN PEACE FLY WITH CLIDE IN HEAVEN

Sue and Cliff Gudgel

May 22, 2020

Joyce will be missed. She always treated me and later Cliff with love and respect. She was very special to us and will always be in my heart.

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