October 14, 1928 – June 7, 2018
JOYCE MIDDLETON WOOD October 14, 1928 - June 7, 2018
Joyce Middleton Wood was married to the love of her life on June 17, 1951; Charles “Chuck” Wood (passed 1989). She was a registered nurse and loved to care for people. Joyce will be survived and remembered by her children and grandchildren, Charles and Elaine with their children Victoria and Brandon and fiancée Kyra Chin; Ron and Susan with her children, Forrest, Tommy, Kimberly and Chad; and her daughter Diane.
Upon retiring Chuck and Joyce got a RV and enjoyed traveling the US and their freedom. She continued to live her life in Pollock Pines, where she was most comfortable until moving back to the Sacramento area to be close to the family.
She will live on in the memories of those who all loved her. The family would like to express their sincere and heartfelt appreciation to Yelena & Alex Mokhov of Harbour of Rejuvenation and the Assisted Living Staff at Pioneer House for their compassionate care given to Joyce.
At Joyce’s request a private interment will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of your choice or any organizations associated with the studies of Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
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June 21, 2018
Joyce was a wonderful Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Mother-In-Law...and I personally will miss her greatly, as I know many will. I have many, many fond memories to think back on...that allows me to laugh, smile, snicker and even cry, which I will hold for ever.
June 20, 2018
Having Joyce for dinner or any other activity while she was in Arizona is a special memory for me.
I'll always remember her whenever I see the brand of chocolates I've sent to her for Christmas.
Joyce was good people and will be missed.
June 14, 2018
Very sorry about the passing of such a wonderful , Wife, Mom, and Grandma. Also happy she is reunited with Charlie, and no longer in any discomfort or pain. Can picture them together and traveling. Know this is the hard part of losing someone you Loved and held a part of your hearts. Hoping time will bring you comfort and bring wonderful memories to fill your hearts again. Always Kim and family