McRae, Joyce

February 17, 1930 ~ June 13, 2014

McRAE, Joyce Rea (Huey) – Age 84, passed away Friday, June 13, 2014 at the Village of Glendale Crossing, London. Beloved wife of the late Malcolm Alexander McRae (2002), formerly of Froomfield and Corunna. Loving mother of Barb Williams of London. Cherished grandmother of Nico Williams. Dear sister of Dorothy of Ireland and aunt to Catherine “Rusty” McRae-Diamond of London. Predeceased by her parents John and Mary (McLoughan) Huey.

Family and friends will be received at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, Brigden on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 from 9:30am until service time at 11:00am. Interment to follow at Moore Union Cemetery, Mooretown.

Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Missions Services of London.

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  1. I had the pleasure of getting to know Joyce for the last 4 and a half years while she lived at Glendale Crossing. Joyce made such an impact on many lives. She was a positive, happy and loving person who will be missed by many. Our Byron neighbourhood will not be the same without your singing and your beautiful smile! I will miss you Joyce. <3 Holly Ross

  2. Dear Barb,
    Trust you will gain added strength to get through this difficult time.
    Sending our deep condolences and prayers to you !
    John & Sharon Caines

  3. Barb,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very trying time in your life it was a pleasure to have met your Mom at the Village and watch her share her time with my Father they were true companions and good friends for each other. Joyce greeted us with a smile during our visits her soft kind composure was comforting to all in her presence.
    Jim Dean

  4. Dearest Barb & Nico,
    May you look at the blessings your life has received due to having Joyce as a mother/grandmother and find a heart of gratitude as well as love. Be grateful for the beauty of the spirit that has left this life and has now gone on to beautify the next life. The very essence of our living if in preparation for our final departure. Hold, near and dear, the colors of your loved one. These are her wisdom, humor, care, patience and her generous capacity to love both of you so well. God bless each of you as keep the memories close one precious day at a time. CYH

  5. Words can not ease the sorrow you feel in your heart today, but may you find inner peace as you recall your fond merories. Musch affection and heart felt thoughts coming your way. Stay strong. Marth

  6. Barb and Nico, Sending our thoughts and prayers to your family during this most difficult time. Hugs