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Norma “Joyce” Wilson

September 18, 1930 ~ April 04, 2023

Joyce Wilson born September 18, 1930, to Herbert and Peggy Cail in Ft. Pierce died at the age of 92 on April 4, 2023. Joyce retired from Sears and worked many years in the catalog department before it closed and then as a sales clerk.

She married John Richardson in 1948. They were the first couple to be married at the Community Methodist Church in Ft. Pierce. They raised four children. After John’s death in 1982 Joyce met and married Dennis Wilson. They spent 28 years together before his death on October 2, 2012. They lived at Highpoint in Ft. Pierce where they were very active. Bocce ball was a favorite sport. They also owned an RV to travel from Maine to California and many places in between.

They also enjoyed cruises with family and friends. They were members of American Legion No. 40. Joyce loved her collection of lady head vases that she had collected over the years and had them displayed for everyone to see.

Survivors include daughters Bonnie Smith, husband Steve; Charlee Martin, partner Jeff Clark; son Johnny Richardson; son-in-law Jeff Doidge. In addition to losing two husbands, she also lost a daughter Salena Doidge in December 2020. She also had step sons Terry and Jan Wilson, Rich and Mary Kay Wilson, step daughter Donna Wilson with 24 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service.

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