OBITUARY

Joyce Parker Weringo

July 16, 1935March 21, 2021

Joyce “Joy” Parker Weringo, passed away Sunday, March 21, 2021, with her daughter, Donna by her side.

Joyce was born July 16, 1935 in Lynchburg, to Emmett Parker and Lillian Dotson Parker. She was preceded in death by her parents, and brothers, Homer R. Parker, Herman E. Parker, and Ernest Parker.

Before being a stay at home mom and homemaker, Joyce was a long distance operator for C&P Telephone, and then a ticket agent for Greyhound Lines.

Joyce loved taking care of her home, was a lifelong artist, especially of landscapes, enjoyed southern cooking, collecting antiques, making ceramics, and cats. There was rarely a time she didn’t have a beloved housecat.

Joyce is survived by her lifelong love and husband of 68 years, Robert “Bobby” Weringo and her three children, Lynn Weringo Carroll, Donna Weringo, and Tony Weringo. Joyce had three grandchildren, Patrick, Zachary, and Judith.

Memorial contributions can be made to Campbell County Animal Shelter.

Services will be private.

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Tamara Weringo

March 27, 2021

I miss you every day that goes by. In my heart you will always be.

Sylvia Isherwood

March 26, 2021

Joy was a dear aunt to me and will be missed. I did not see her very often as a child and got to know her well in the last few years. I will cherish memories of sitting at the table with her and sharing so many stories of family history. Joy did extensive genealogy work and gave me her large collection of documents and research written in her beautiful handwriting which I will always cherish. She and her husband Bobby welcomed me into their home and family and I hold dear the Thanksgivings I shared with them. She was an artist and a kind person with a good heart, and will be missed by friends and family. Thank you for your kindness to me aunt Joy, and for just listening. Sylvia

Donnie Ingram

March 24, 2021

Joy was my favorite aunt, my dad's only sister. As a child I loved her visits to Florida. She would let me look at everything in her purse. For some reason that was a big deal. I still have a poem, written on the original paper that she helped me write about my new dog. So many memories. I love you Joy. Rest in peace in God's loving arms.
Donnie

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