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Joyce Cranswick

Joyce Cranswick

Thursday, February 7th, 1929 - Sunday, August 23rd, 2020
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Obituary

Cranswick, Joyce (nee Kimbley) unexpectedly passed away peacefully at Sunset Manor in Collingwood, ON on Sunday August 23, 2020. She was predeceased by husband Howard, brother Walter (Grace) Kimbley and sister Margaret (Bill) Pope.
Now with her husband Howard, Joyce smiles from the Heavens knowing that she left her loving mark on family and friends.
Born in Toronto, February 7, 1929, she married Howard and they spent most of their years together in Toronto’s east end. From the 1940’s on, they enjoyed their family cottages in Wasaga Beach, ON before moving to a new home that was designed and built by their grandson, Matthew, to enjoy their retirement years.
She leaves behind children Brenda, James (June) and Marilyn (David) Fredsberg; grandchildren Beverley (Trevor), Rachel, Matthew (Karen) and Brandon, as well as great grandchildren Maggie, Levi and Andrew. Also survived by sisters Dorothy (the late Edward) Mead and Irene (the late Doug) Fry both in Ontario and brother Ken (the late Mildred) in Sydney, NS. Among others who loved Joyce is her best friend of 50 years plus, Gloria Sypoz (the late Ted) and her family.
Thank you to the staff at Sunset Manor for taking excellent care of Joyce in her later years. As per her wishes cremation has taken place and no formal services will be held. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a charity of choice or Sunset Manor in memory of Joyce.
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Cremation has taken place. No formal services.

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Bob Hicks

Posted at 05:25pm
My condolences to the Cranswick family. I have fond memories of Joyce, Howard, Grace and Harold during the years we spent at Wasaga Beach.
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Ken Mead

Posted at 10:12pm
Apology to Barb and Jim... I used the "Sutton" surname for Margaret and Bill... Correction ... Joyce's youngest sister, The late Margaret was married to Bill Pope.
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Ken Mead

Posted at 09:04pm
Aunt Joyce, may you rest in peace.
Fond memories of Family Reunions at Wilket Creek Park in Toronto with the Kimbley Clan.
Sharing some pictures here on behalf of Mum - Dorothy Mead (Kimbley), Joyce's sister.
#1 picture is of all the Kimbley siblings.... Back row left to right, Joyce, Margaret, Irene, Kenneth, Front row, Dorothy, and Walter.
Senority (Age) The late Walter and Late Grace Kimbley, The late Joyce and Late Howard Cranswick, Irene and The late Doug Fry, Kenneth and the late Mildred Kimbley, Dorothy and the Late Edward Mead, The Late Margaret and Bill Sutton.... Although nobody is wearing jeans here, there are good "jeans" in this crew.
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Dorothy Meadede

Posted at 11:28am
Joyce my oldest sister busy her whole life,setting an example of love and duty in all she did. We had great fun times by sharing our homes with family and friends. She was a great baker. I admire all the years you looked after your mother in law till she was 100 years old. I love you dearly. Your sister Dorothy
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Bev Page

Posted at 07:29pm
Grandma liked her Hamburg buns buttered before putting a burger on it. Grandma loved sweets and a cup of tea. Add the milk first and 1/2 sweetener.
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