español English

Obituary for Joye M. Brough

Joye M. Brough thumbnail

Joye M. Brough

July 28, 1935 - February 12, 2013

Joye M. BroughJoye M. Brough passed away peacefully at her home on February 12, 2013. She was born on July 28, 1935 in Afton, Wyoming; to Leander and Rose Gomm Moffett. Graveside services for Joye will be held at on Thursday, February 14, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Road, Ogden. Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary. Please send the family your condolences and a memory at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

Leave a Condolence

Service Schedule

Cemetery Information

Date: Thursday, February 14, 2013

Time: 2:00 pm -

Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch

Address:

1718 Combe Road , , Ogden, UT,

| Map


 

Timeline for Joye M. Brough

Born: July 28, 1935
Died: February 12, 2013

Condolences for Joye M. Brough

lucinda posted on 3/29/13

I worked with joye everyday for almost 2 years. Then I wasn't aloud to go there.I enjoyed joye and her stories loved her like family.I was just told today that she passed.way to go joye your home where you belong with Carl and no pain.live in peace.

 

Jean Trimble Simmons posted on 2/17/13

Our family has been dear firends with Joye and Carl. I just returned from New Zealand and found out about Joye passing. Gene had surgery on thursday so we were unable to attend. We want to express our deepest sympathy. We loved Joye and enjoyed her sweet spirit and humor. She has left a lasting impression on our hearts. Love Jean & Gene

 

Loralee Bingham posted on 2/17/13

I met Joye while I worked for IRS and so did she. She was a sweetheart and she would come by my office and talk with me. When she decided to retire, I was able to assist her with her paperwork and that was a priviledge. She was just a nice person. She taught me so much and I am grateful to call her my friend. I am glad she is with her dear husband that she missed and loved very much. Loralee Bingham

 

Jessica S. posted on 2/14/13

Work, unfortuantely keeps me from attending in person; for that I am deeply sorry. I met and cared for Joye through work however and would never have met her otherwise. Our first encounter was not a typical one, kind of a rough start. The more time I spent with her the more understanding I received of her life and hardships. Thus, the more I grew to love and appreciate her. She talked of her family life and husband. Though I know our sadness is great for losing such a sweet spirit, her earthly pilgrimage is over and she celebrates her spiritual return with loved ones lost. I'm thankful for the many ways she taught me, and touched my heart. Rest in peace.

 

1