2021ObituariesJoyce Wilkinson Hoover

June 12, 2021by SealeUser3

Blessed is she who has believed that the Lord would fulfill His promises to her.  Luke 1:45

Joyce Wilkinson Hoover, October 11, 1937-June 11, 2021, our beautiful Mother passed peacefully into eternal rest at home surrounded by her children. Mom was a Lifetime Member of the Ladies Auxiliary VFW post 7017 in Denham Springs, LA. She was an avid bowler. She loved to dance and travel. She loved her little dog Scamp unconditionally and he loved her. She was the daughter of AJ & Charity Wilkinson of Liberty, MS. She is survived by her children: Michael and wife Marlene, Ron and wife Jeanne, Denise and husband Mark, Celeste and her husband Lance (deceased). She has 12 grandchildren, and numerous great and great, great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brothers – Glen Wilkinson, and Don Wilkinson and wife Genny. Her twin sister and best friend, Margie Spillman and husband G.D. (deceased), and baby sister Norma Long and husband Gerald (deceased). She is preceded in death by her Parents. Her husband, Bray Hoover, Brothers, Adrian and Johnny and Sister, Mildred. And her beloved granddaughter, Rebecca. Special Thanks to our Angel Team: Fannie Franklin and daughters – Gwen, Rita & Michelle. Vanessa Thomas & Ciera Edwards. Also, Kith and Kin Caregivers. Hospice Nurses Amy & Julie. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to Hospice of Baton Rouge or Livingston Council on Aging.

Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home, Denham Springs, Tuesday, June 15, from 12 p.m. until service at 2 p.m., officiated by Bro. David Whitehead. Burial will follow at Amite Baptist Cemetery.

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3 comments

  • James Darwin Wilkinson

    June 15, 2021 at 10:49 am

    My aunt Joyce loved to dance and laugh up a storm lol. I’ve had many.times of laughter with especially about those darn noodles lol. I remember stopping in St. Francisville at the local florist one day and sending her flowers when i learned she wasn’t feeling well. Im so glad I could do that and bring joy & laughter to a small part of her life. REST IN PEACE AUNT JOYCE the best is yet to come!

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  • Samantha Long Bonanno

    June 13, 2021 at 2:59 am

    My Aunt Joyce was a sweet person, who will be missed and always loved. I have many memories and things she taught me. She loved The Lord and family very much. she will always be remembered for her “homemade cat head biscuits and red eye gravy”, her homemade chicken and dumplings and best of all her homemade sweet potato pie !! She would take me to vacation bible school and let me stay with her during the summers when I was young . She will also be remembered for her wooden paddle when we didn’t listen! Go rest now in the palms of The Lord Aunt Joyce your work on earth is done. Til we meet again :: tell Maw Maw Charity hello… Uncles Bray, Adrian, Johnny , and GD also Aunt Mildred and my daddy Gerald we love and miss them all. 🙏❤️💔

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  • Wendy Jo Sibley

    June 12, 2021 at 10:37 pm

    Denise & Celeste, you don’t need anyone to tell you how sweet & loving Momma Joyce was, but I’ll tell you again! Momma Joyce was such a special lady! She was loved by many non family members, myself included! I loved spending the night over when we were young! She will be sadly missed! Love you both!

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