Brendan John Joyce 1938 – 2014

Aug 31st, 2014 | By | Category: Joyce Obituaries

Brendan John Joyce

Passed suddenly, 31st August 2014 at his home Lane Cove, aged 76. Will be greatly missed.

Lifelong friend and ex-husband of Bech/Pam; loving father of Cass, Jenny and Peter; father-in-law of Joe & Rod; devoted grandfather of Chloe, Timothy, Chris, Nicholas, Fran, Luka & Remy; brother of Von, Mary & David.

Relatives and friends of Brendan are warmly invited to attend his funeral service to be held at Macquarie Park Crematorium, Plassy Rd, North Ryde, in the Magnolia Chapel at 2pm on Wednesday 10th September – See more at: http://tributes.smh.com.au/obituaries/smh-au/obituary.aspx?pid=172367327#sthash.v1UOOk68.dpuf

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Family gatherings will not be half as much fun without the presence of my dear Father in Law. You will be missed always.
Raising a glass to you Brendan xx.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

I will forever miss my Dad. He made me laugh everyday with his funny emails and encouraged my constant curiosity with all things Scientific.He was always there when I needed him and his generosity was legendary.I will miss sharing a beer or a fine red wine with his oft repeated toast “Here’s to whats left of your health !” . He loved a bonny ,blue day which he always described as a “pearla day” ;meaning a pearl of a day and I will forever think of him when on those fine Spring days he adored. He loved good food and a good time and family feasts will not be the same without him.My life has been full of B.B.Q’s and books;another 2 of my fathers greatest pleasures.I imagined we had so much more time together but we shared a lot of love and happiness and he was a great comfort when times got tough.I will miss his great big bear hugs with his funny scratchy jumper that he even wore in summer. I would give anything for another. My 2 boys adored their “POP” who regaled them with amazing stories and an endless supply of truly dreadful jokes. Nothing will ever be quite the same again.I loved him tremendously xxx

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

I will miss my lovely father for the rest of my life. He was good man, kind and loyal who will be missed by many. Thank you for the kind words; I really can’t believe that he has gone.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this time.

We hope you draw strength from each other as you reflect on your time with dear Brendan, who we know played a special part in the lives of many, including our late father, Brian Sadler.

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

I am so sorry to hear of my uncle’s passing. I recall meeting him when I was 9; he seemed so impressive and larger than life. He even owned a computer! My thoughts are with my Australian family.

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/smh-au/brendan-john-joyce-condolences/172367327?eid=88396196#sthash.9mF0xxir.dpuf

Sunday, 7 September 2014

Condolences on the tragic loss of Uncle Brendan. our thoughts and prayers go out to Aunty Pam and Cousins Cathy, Jenny and Peter and their families
Young Bren,Liz,Fletch and Cam
Sunday, 7 September 2014

My thoughts are with all of my family at this sad time. There are many who will miss my older brother Brendan. We will miss his generosity and good nature, and his sense of humour. I wish I could have seen him more often. I have very fond memories of him.
Mary Dewar (Canada)

Sunday, 7 September 2014

Our thoughts are with Cathy, Jenny, Peter, Aunty Pam and their families on the sad loss of Uncle Brendan. Love and hugs to my Dad, David and Aunties Von and Mary. RIP from Tamara (nee Joyce) Lorenz, Brock and Chevelle Legenstein

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Condolences to Aunty Pam, Cathy, Jenny and Peter and families on the loss of Uncle Brendan. And to Uncle David, Aunty Mary and Aunty Von on the sad and sudden loss of their brother. Love from Debra (nee Joyce) and Steve, Hannah and Sam Ireland

Saturday, 6 September 2014

On behalf of all his mates from the Class of 1960, UWA Engineering School, may I offer our condolences to Bren Joyce’s family. We will always remember Bren as a lively, positive and good-hearted friend.

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/smh-au/brendan-john-joyce-condolences/172367327?&page=2#sthash.zbofoygH.dpuf

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