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Born: Feb 15, 1931

Date of Passing: Nov 18, 2021

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February 15, 1931 - November 18, 2021
We are sad to announce the passing of our Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Joyce Richard.
Mom worked together with Dad for 30 years at the family business, Banner Printing. She most enjoyed talking with all the people who came in daily. She also loved those shopping trips south of the border with her girls, several trips to Las Vegas and the camping trips with the family. She really loved her little dog, Sammy. He never left her side after Dad passed away. After that, she passed the time doing large, difficult puzzles, crossword puzzles and watching the children pass her house daily on their way to school. And she had a passion for chocolate, she loved chocolate!
Mom was predeceased by husband Raymond, parents, Bill and Jeanne, daughter Annette, son Gerry and granddaughter Roxanne. She is survived by her children, Catherine (Robert), Lorna (Paul), May, Paul (Bernadette), and grandchildren, Melanie (Jason), Ashton (Natasha), Kirsten, Myles, April (John), Fawn (Mark), Tessa (Josh), Cheri, Hanna (Maddie), Christina (Dan) and Julia, and great-grandchildren, Reese, Essence, Rayden, Bentley, Keiran, Coen, Merik, Deklin and Ellington; also extended family, Terry, Perry, Joanne (Gary), and many nieces and nephews.
We would like to thank the amazing staff of the 5th floor of Beacon Hill Lodge who have given our mother such kind and compassionate care while she was a resident there.
There will be a Celebration of Life on January 8, 2022. There is limited space and must be double vaccinated to attend. Contact Lorna at for further details.
This obituary may also be viewed at Kilcollins Cremation Services.

Rest in Peace Mom

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 04, 2021

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • Our deepest condolences to all. Aunty Joyce was a very special lady and one of very few who always used my childhood nickname. I remember when we would go out to visit and my Mom, Terry, would have one of us kids run to the house to tell Aunty Joyce to make sure "those birds" were in their cage and not flying around. Aunty would laugh, oh that laugh, and say, "ok",, then hurry to get them in their cage. Then she would wave and give Mom the all clear sign, and Mom would finally come in. Great times, grown-ups playing cards and the kids entertaining themselves. Love and miss you, Aunty Joyce. - Posted by: Dianne Lepage (Niece) on: Dec 18, 2021

  • Our heartfelt condolences to you all. Aunty Joyce was always ready for a good chat whenever I went to the printing shop to pick up paper for my students. She will be missed. ❤️ Much love from Terry, Tracey, Bailey and Kelly - Posted by: Tracey smith ( Ie e) on: Dec 17, 2021

  • Sincere condolences to you all. Here's my favorite memory of our families. I loved when we went out to Stony Mountain to visit or when you all came over to our house and the adults would be playing cards in the kitchen and us kids would all play across the road on Christie's lawn. Those were fun days and when Uncle Ray had the print shop, we'd all get scratch pads made by Aunty Joyce. Lots of great memories. Love you all. Hugs, Jackie and Ed Goodman. Hope to see you in January. - Posted by: Jacqueline Goodman (Niece ) on: Dec 06, 2021

  • Our deepest sympathy to Lorna, Paul and family members in the loss of your mom. - Posted by: Laura & Louis Cormier (In laws to Lorna) on: Dec 04, 2021

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