Joyce Randall

Joyce Arlene Randall (Fraser)

Friday, February 20th, 1942 - Thursday, May 20th, 2021
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RANDALL: Joyce Arlene (nee Fraser), passed away peacefully at her residence, Hillcrest Place Personal Care Home on Thursday, May 20, 2021. Joyce was born in Melita, Manitoba to Harry and Selina Elizabeth “Bessie” Fraser on February 20, 1942. She spent her early years in Melita before moving to Strathclair as a teenager. Joyce met her husband and beloved dance partner, Edwin, in Shoal Lake. They were married on June 13, 1964 and lived in Shoal Lake before moving to Thompson and then to Brandon. Together they raised four children, three boys and one girl, on a beautiful acreage just outside the city, where they lived together for over 40 years. It was a difficult day when Joyce moved to Hillcrest Place in October 2020, as the struggles of Alzheimer’s began to take an incredible toll. More than anything, Joyce cherished being surrounded by her family. Her seven grandchildren and one great grandchild brought her tremendous joy. Family times always included croquet or bocce in the summer and crokinole or cards in the winter and meals crowded around the kitchen or dining room table. Joyce’s creativity shone in her sewing and quilting. Friends and family were recipients of lovingly made quilts, duvets, and pyjamas throughout the years. Joyce had many fond memories of working as a switchboard operator with the telephone office before staying home to raise her family and then at Fanny’s Fabrics, where she went to work part-time when the younger children were almost teenagers. Joyce was dedicated to praying for her family and friends, worshipping at First Baptist Church and leading a Bible study at Hillcrest Place for close to 20 years. Joyce leaves a legacy of love and faithfulness to all who knew and were loved by her. She will be forever remembered by her husband of almost 57 years, Edwin; her children Cam (Cindy Flanagan), Chris (Wanda te Bokkel), Leanne, and Fraser (Sharalee); grandchildren Calen, Carley, Brayden te Bokkel (Jordana), Emily, Wyatt, Zoe, and Quinn; and great-grandchild Charleigh te Bokkel. A family graveside service was held on Thursday, May 27, 2021 at Humesville Cemetery in the Municipality of Elton. Donations in memory of Joyce may be made to Hillcrest Place Personal Care Home – Recreation Department, 930 – 26th Street, Brandon, MB R7B 2B8.

“but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31
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    Thursday, May 27th, 2021 | 1:30pm
    Thursday, May 27th, 2021 1:30pm
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Tara Taylor

Posted at 08:16pm
Joyce was such an encourager. I so appreciated the way she came alongside, urging me to never stop praying for my husband's salvation. Joyce looked after our boys when they were little so us moms at FBC Brandon could have our own little bible study. I so admired Joyce's steadfast faith and devotion to God and her family. My sincere condolences to Edwin, Cam, Chris, Leanne and Fraser.

Tara Taylor

Leona Randall

Posted at 03:04pm
Sincere condolences to Ed and family . It was a lovely service .

Alice Turner

Posted at 10:26pm
Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.
Alice Turner

Murray Randall

Posted at 08:28pm
Murray, Thelma and Bill would like to extend our sincerest condolences to our cousin, Ed. We are sure that this must be a very difficult time for you and the family. We hope that the memories of Joyce will bring your peace and live on every day in you, the kids and the grandchildren.

Cortney Pachet

Posted at 05:24pm
Uncle Edwin & family,
Some of my earliest and best memories from childhood involve getting into my mum's car (Kim) and making the drive from Winnipeg to Brandon for a stay at the "farm". Aunty Joyce would come out and greet us in the yard and welcome us into her kitchen. All the best visits happened around that table. Even getting attacked by a goat didn't stop me looking forward to staying with Aunty Joyce and Uncle Edwin! Aunty Joyce had the brightest smile, the best hugs, and a warmth about her that made you feel seen -she was something special. I remember her talking about working at Fanny Fabrics and as a young budding sewist, I admired her and the beautiful sewing she did. During my last visit with Aunty Joyce, she brought me upstairs to her sewing room and told me that her serger had made such a difference in her sewing and explained how it worked. I loved having that time with her (and I've since acquired a serger and she wasn't kidding). It's not an exaggeration to say the world is poorer for her loss; she made the world a better, more loving place. My condolences to the Randall family and everyone else who had the privilege of knowing and loving Aunty Joyce. Cortney Pachet

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