Joyce Lee Diehl

September 22, 1929 - February 5, 2018
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Joyce L. (Wollaston) Diehl passed away peacefully on February 5, 2018 after a brief illness. Joyce was born on September 22, 1929 and resided in the City of Newark her entire life. Her beginning years were on Wollaston Avenue. Joyce is survived by her husband of 53 years, Roger Diehl. She is also survived byContinue Reading

Janice Wollaston left a message on February 15, 2018:
Dearest Uncle Roger, my condolences for your recent loss of your beloved wife. Cousin Jim and John Ford also my deepest condolences for the loss of your nurturing Mother. May your family find peace during this difficult time but remember that Aunt Joyce is watching over you and she loves you all dearly.
Laura (Murabito) Ward left a message on February 13, 2018:
My deepest condolences to you, Jim and all of your family. May God provide comfort and peace during this difficult time and in the days ahead.
Donna Reese left a message on February 12, 2018:
Aunt Joyce,
I will always remember your smile, laughter and most of all, family visits at Christmas. You will be greatly missed. God bless !
Mark Lenhoff left a message on February 12, 2018:
Dear Roger, Jim, John, and Families,
I am so sorry for your very sad loss at this time. I hope and pray that God will lift up your heart and give each and everyone of you the strength you need each passing day to carry on.
Joyce was a near and dear friend for many years to my mother, Charlotte Lenhoff. Since I was a little boy I can remember their visits together of great caring conversations about their families and much laughter of Joy, which is short for Joyce!
My memories of Joyce are of a very sweet, calm, peaceful, and serenely consistent nature.
My hope and prayers for her and you all are that those great qualities within her have only increased as she rest comfortably waiting for Roger, her sons, and the all of her family and friends whom she loved so much!

May God Bless You All,
Mark Lenhoff ( Son of Charlotte)
Michael Wollaston left a message on February 10, 2018:

this obit is so great and true as growing up Xmas was not complete until a night at Aunt Joyce's playing with other cousins and hearing her laughter above the laughter of all the other parents drinking coffee i think & desserts!even though she was the only girl among her siblings the stories she shared with me are memories i will always cherish with most involving her orneryness being greater than her brothers

will always remember and miss her love

love you Aunt Joyce
your Nephew,

Michael W.
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Beth Krieger left a message on February 9, 2018:
I am sorry for the loss of such a great woman. Truly she is one of my all time favorites. Always loved to see her at any event and so loved communicating with her on holidays with cards. Marc loved her too, so much.
He would always remind me to make sure to get a card to send her on holidays.I joked with her that she had perhaps the prettiest handwriting of anyone I know.
My love to all of you. I know you all are suffering a great loss. She loved you all so very much. I will always appreciate having known her and will miss her, too. Love,
Brooke Davis left a message on February 8, 2018:
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with your entire family during this tough time.
Cindy Roach left a message on February 7, 2018:
Roger and Family:
I am so sorry for your loss. Even though you were my cousin, I also considered Joyce my cousin too.
We shared a common bond with our birthdays being on the same date, and also our love for corresponding, which we had done for many years. I always looked forward to notes and letters from Joyce and the unusual stamps she put on the envelopes. We will miss her at our annual Diehl Corn Roast. Now Joyce can "rest in peace" and be pain free. She had many medical issues these past few years, but she always told me that she had a positive attitude and that is what carried her along this far. Take comfort in the memories.
Your Cuz, Cindy
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