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Joyce M.

Joyce M. Mierow

Joyce Mierow (nee: Hoffman) found peace January 17, 2023 at the age of 78. Reunited with her late husband James Mierow. Beloved mom of Jeff (Carrie) and Greg (Heather). Best friend and dear sister of Joan (Peter) Blum. Cherished Nana of Blake, Marissa, John, Ella and Erin. Special aunt of Paul (Pamela) Foeckler. Joyce will be missed by other relatives and many friends.
In addition to being a great mother, Joyce had a strong faith and was a devoted member of Holy Apostles Catholic Church. She had a passion for nature and enjoyed traveling abroad with friends, especially on cruises. She will be remembered for her great cooking. But more than anything she will be remembered for her countless acts of kindness, and being a loving and caring person to all. Joyce always put others above herself and was a selfless caregiver to many.
Memorial visitation to take place Thursday, January 26th, 2023 from 9am11am at HOLY APOSTLES CATHOLIC PARISH (16000 W. National Ave, New Berlin) with Mass of Christian Burial to begin at 11am.
Please send any floral memorials directly to church.


  1. Ron and Pat Brandstetter January 19, 2023 at 1:58 pm - Reply

    You have our deepest sympathy. Ron and I truly enjoyed when Joyce visited her sister and brother-in-law, Joan and Peter at Big Green Lake. It was time for us to reminisce about our days at Washington HS. She always had a wonderful sense of humor. and we will miss her. God bless!

  2. Pamela and Paul Foeckler January 23, 2023 at 8:30 pm - Reply

    We will miss our dear AJ (Aunt Joyce) so very much. She was a twinkling star, full of light and love for everyone. Always supportive and encouraging. Always asking thoughtful, sincere questions as she truly cared. She had an inquisitive nature that was inspiring; a love for learning and understanding which made her a keen observer…of her beloved pet deer, her birds and her plants. I loved talking food and cooking with her as she was a natural in the kitchen. We will definitely miss her laugh. It was a giggle that bubbled into an explosion. We loved making her laugh and will always hold her and the joys we’ve shared in our hearts.

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