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Joy Marie
Niederfeld

Niederfeld, Joy Marie
(nee Spensley) Passed away peacefully on March 23rd, 2016, age 87. Beloved wife of the late Erwin. Dear sister of Gloria (Robert) Donovan, sister-in-law of Margaret (the late Dick) Niederfeld. Loving aunt of Ken (Nancy) Donovan, Phil (Anne) Donovan, Rob (Kathy) Donovan, Lynn (Howard) Ford, Dawn (John) Krzeminski, Rick (Linda) Niederfeld, and Jim (Carole) Niederfeld. Very special friend of Rebekah Lockwood. Also survived by many great-nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will take place at ST. MATTHIAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 9306 W. Beloit Rd, on Wednesday, March 30th, from 9:30am-10:45am, followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 11am. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
Joy was a longtime dedicated employee of the Milwaukee Road Railroad. Special thanks to the Interfaith volunteers, especially Denise and Diane, and the excellent nurses and caregivers at St. Luke’s Hospital, Knisley building 5th floor.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Interfaith Older Adult Programs, interfaithmilw.org, or mailed to 600 W. Virginia St, #300, Milwaukee, WI, 53204.

Past Comments

Douglas Moker

Our condolences to the entire family. We will always have very fond memories of Aunt Joy. Over the years she made us feel that we were a part of the family. Her life continues through her great faith and her family.
– The Moker Family

Becky Lockwood

Joy and I had a lot of good times in the few years we knew each other. We often said “we could write a book” with some of our antics and experiences! Unfortunately I knew her during the years that she was at her worst, physically. She taught me a lot about stamina and determination. I will miss our daily chats and knowing she is right next door. 🙁 Rest in peace, pain free, Joy!! Love, Becky

Ashli

Joy,
I am so blessed to have met you. I will never forget the advice you gave me, and the talks about the trips you took, and the Milwaukee Road!
You will be missed by many! Rest in peace, until we meet again “cookie”

Love,
Ashli

Lynn Morgan

Joy was my glamorous aunt. When I was 10, she was only 28 and always looked beautiful Her hair and makeup were perfect, her clothes were elegant, I thought she looked like a movie star. I wish I knew how to scan in the pictures of the cutie she was then, and she never lost that edge. Lynn Niederfeld Morgan

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