Joyce Elaine Gregoire

BLOOMFIELD, Conn. – Joyce Elaine Gregoire, departed our world in search of greener pastures peacefully Friday morning May 13, 2022.Joyce was a passionate political follower, who loved to debate the pros and cons of issues and candidates, She was an educated citizen, lover of nature and home remodeling, loved by many in her family shewill be dearly missed.Joyce was born Sept. 30, 1938 in Frankfort, Maine, the youngest of nine children, born to Bridget (Bessie) Walsh Mitchell and Charles Augustus Mitchell Sr. Joyce was the next to the youngest of a total of 14 children, born to Charles Sr.She attended Augusta (Maine) schools and graduated from Cony High School. She married Robert J Gregoire on December 31, 1956 and together they raised their only child Justin. Joyce was a life-long homemaker, moving with her family from Augusta in the 1960’s to Hartford, later Wethersfield, and finally Bloomfield, Connecticut where She devoted Her time as a mother and Housewife.She was predeceased by her husband of 65 years, Robert J Gregoire, her five sisters, Marion Mitchell, Alice (Mitchell) Weston, June Mitchell, Annie (Mitchell) Davis, Marie Mitchell, two brothers Elmin Mitchell, Charles Mitchel Jr, and half brother Harold Red Mitchell, half sisters, Violet (Mitchell) Clark, and Donna Mitchell. Joyce is survived by her son Justin of Bloomfield; her brother Leon Mitchell and wife Marie of Prairieville, La., and sister-in-law Edna Mitchell of Montville, Maine.Joyce was also survived by several nieces and nephews, Cynthia Goodson, Kathryn Blair, Sharon Faust, Bruce, Douglas, Gregory, Kerry, and Patrick Mitchell, Robert Davis, and Carl Weston.Services for Joyce where limited to family and loved ones.A celebration of life is being planned. For more information and to keep in touch please send your email correspondence to the following address [email protected] lieu of flowers, ´╗┐donations can be sent to:American HeartAssociation orAmerican StrokeAssociationPO Box 840692Dallas, TX

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