Joyce Berryman (92) passed away on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at home in Torrance, California. A 73 year resident, Joyce was born on November 6, 1926, in Huntsville, Texas. She is survived by her daughter and two sons; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at Green Hills Memorial Park on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 2:00 pm.

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  1. With the way God structured life, you get to meet your very first friend, your BFF-Best Friend Forever. She carried you for nine months, endured the pain to bring you into the world and stays by you until the very end. She puts up with all you do and don’t do. And despite everything, she is still there with you. When everyone else has abandoned you, she is always there with you and for you. She is your confidant. She will listen to you even if no one else will. She is always on your side when the rest of the world seems to be against you. She is your best friend until the very end and then some. She will show the smile and she will hide the pain no matter how great the burden may be. When you feel alone, she pats you on the back and gives you a big hug as well. When you have nowhere to turn, she is always there for you. She treasures you. You are her highest priority. When you want to be grounded, she is your foundation, but when you want to take off and fly, she is the wind beneath your wings. No matter where you go and how far you are physically away from her, she is always with you. Although she has given birth to you, you are always a part of her and still connected to her. It is a bond that can never, ever be destroyed. Yes, that is a Mom. I love you Forever my sweet Mama.. Your Son, Johnny

  2. With death comes sorrow and sadness…that much is inevitable. We grieve for the loss of a friend or acquaintance, but the loss of a mother touches the innermost parts of our being in a way that is indescribable. Perhaps, as John’s tribute so eloquently conveyed, the bond between a mother and her children goes far beyond the womb. She was our beginning; our very existence began and was nurtured from childbirth to adulthood and beyond by our “mom”. How do you ever thank one for life…for creating me…for always loving me…for always being there? You cherish the memories, because memories are God’s way of keeping our loved one with us forever. Love you, Aunt Joyce. Be with the angels!
    Pat, Wayne, Robert, Jennifer and all of theirs

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