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Irma Lee Leonard Joyce
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Birth: Mar. 4, 1920
Fort Worth
Tarrant County
Texas, USA
Death: Jan. 22, 2011
Little Rock
Pulaski County
Arkansas, USA

Irma Lee Leonard Joyce, age 90, of Little Rock died on Saturday, January 22, 2011.
Lee as she was called by her friends, was born March 4, 1920 in Fort Worth, Texas to Elmer and Irma Leonard but grew up in Star City. She graduated from Star City High School in 1938. She attended Arkansas A & M College at Monticello where she was crowned freshman queen, homecoming queen and she also won the Miss Star City title. October 5, 1939 she married William Joyce. Lee was a homemaker and enjoyed gardening, birds, cats and dogs. She loved her family and friends and always thought of others first.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William and her parents, all of Little Rock.
She is survived by her daughter Cheryl; son Darryl; daughter-in-law Denise; and two grandchildren, Connor and Brendan.
Visitation will be Thursday, January 27th, 6 8 p.m. at Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth, 5800 W. 12th, Little Rock. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 28th at 1 p.m. in the chapel at Griffin Leggett with interment at Pinecrest Memorial Park in Alexander. Memorials may be made to Arkansas Children's Hospital or Christ Lutheran School. To sign Mrs. Joyce's online guestbook, go to 
Pinecrest Memorial Park and Garden Mausoleum
Saline County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Brian
Record added: Nov 20, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80739504
Irma Lee <i>Leonard</i> Joyce
Added by: Brian
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