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Joyce Mehan

Joyce Mehan (Green)

Tuesday, March 17th, 1931 - Sunday, March 28th, 2021
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Obituary

passed away at the Brockville General Hospital on Sunday March 28th 2021 at the age of 90 years.
Survived by her son John of Brockville, daughter Pamela Minuk of Winnipeg as well as four granddaughters, Laura, Ainsley, Erin and Melissa. She is also survived by a number of cousins, nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by her husband Jack as well as well as her parents Wilfred C. Green and Stella nee Gallagher and by one brother, Billy.
Born in Grand Falls, New Brunswick Joyce graduated from the Charlotte County Hospital Nursing program in 1952 and working there upon graduation. Joyce moved to Saint John working at their general hospital until she and Jack moved to Brockville in 1956.
She worked briefly at the Brockville General Hospital before starting at the old Ontario Hospital as it was called then in February of 1957. Working there for five years part time and started their full time in 1962 and took the position of head nurse in 1973 until retiring in 1992.
Joyce loved to read, do crossword puzzles, charity work, bake pies, play bingo occasionally and most importantly spend as much time with her grandchildren as she could.

Donations to the Wall Street United Church Benevolent Fund or to the Brockville and District Hospital Foundation Palliative Care unit will be gratefully acknowledged

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John Shorey

Posted at 10:26am
To John and family of Joyce Mehan,
My deepest condolence in the loss of your mother.
Both Carol and I worked with her at BPH. She was a dedicated Head Nurse and cared deeply for her patients.
She was a wonderful person and will be missed.
John Shorey
DC

Don and Sheila Cooper

Posted at 12:12am
John and Pam, and family, Sheila and I were very saddened to hear of your Mom's passing! I worked with your Mom when she was head nurse on 4a and what a beautiful person she was. We had many long talks, often about both of you and the grandkids. Many a laugh we shared - her sense-of -humour was contagious. Then she and John became neighbours of ours after I suggested she look at buying a home on our street; I assure you we didn't move to North Carolina to get away from Joyce - we would have been delighted to have taken her with us! You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Don & Sheila Cooper, Kingston.
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Diane Williams

Posted at 11:37pm
To Joyce Mehan’s family
We will remember Mrs Mehan’s wonderful smile and her kindness. We would like to offer our deepest Sympathy to the family
From the staff in pharmacy at downtown Shoppers Drug Mart
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Mary Mueller

Posted at 08:32pm
Joyce will be sadly missed by her many friends at Wall Street United Church. She was always so elegant and cheery. I was hoping to have a cuppa with her once the pandemic was over, but it was not to be.

Sherry Newsome Seed

Posted at 12:28pm
My deepest sympathy to you John , Pam and family in the loss of your Mom.
Joyce was my “ Head Nurse “ for awhile and she was a true joy to work with - a warm , caring lady with a super sense of humour . She often spoke of you , her children , with obvious love , pride and devotion . Thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time .
Sherry and Danny Seed
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