Joyce was born in Mossbank, Sask. and moved to Alberta where she married Bill Maloney. They lived in many small towns until they moved to Edmonton in 1958. Joyce completed her education degree while raising four children. She taught for many years in Sherwood Park. Joyce loved to travel, to sew and quilt, but most of all enjoyed family time spent at the lake. Joyce was predeceased by her son Larry and her husband Bill. Left to miss her are her children; Shannon and Scott Savage, Maureen and Albert Woolley, Lynn Maloney and Cheryl and daughter-in-law, Pam Maloney. Grandma Maloney will be missed by seven grandchildren; Stephanie and Sean Savage, Meaghan, Lauren and Kyle Woolley and Kirsten and Allison Maloney. Joyce was G.G. to 12 great grandchildren. Joyce is survived by sister Noreen Pasiuk and brother Glen and Marj Anderson. A private family service will be held to celebrate Joyce’s life.


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kathy Hughes

Jack and I are both saddened by the news of your Mom’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and a great friend to my Mom. I always enjoyed hearing the funny tales about Mossbank when they were together. Also the memories at Pigeon Lake. She always felt like family. I guess because of the Mossbank connection. I will always remember how supportive and kind your Mom was when our dear Mother died. We are sorry for your loss.

Joan Penny Hughes

Losing your matriarch will not be easy but may you be cheered by the good life she led. Joyce was a good friend of my mother Betty Lucinda Hughes. Both of them were Prairie girls with strong ties to Mossbank, Saskatchewan and the lifetime friendships they shared. Your mother organized a trip to Hawaii down to every tiny detail. Mom went along and had a great holiday. After the trip, Joyce came over to review the expenses with mom who after a careful inspection of the expenses noticed an oversight in Joyce’s budget. She had omitted the “bossing” category. When this oversight was drawn to Joyce’s attention both she and mom had a great laugh. I am still not too sure who collected. My condolences to your family.

Debbie Macdonald (Holmstrom)

Shannon, I have so many wonderful memories of our childhood – sleepovers, church, camping in the backyard, home movies and you even took me on a road trip to Victoria. Your Mom always made me feel like part of the family. Our moms were always conspiring to keep us out of trouble… I guess it worked! Wish I could be there for you. Consider yourself hugged.

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