Joylene June `Joy` Wheeler
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Joylene June `Joy` Wheeler , Age: 88
March 15, 1929 -- April 13, 2017

 
Joylene J. Wheeler (Wilson), 88, formerly of St. Louis and currently of Lenexa, passed away April 13, 2017.  A memorial service will be 1:00 p.m. Saturday,  May 6th at Lakeview Heritage Activity Center, Lenexa, KS.   Inurnment will be at St. Paul’s Cemetery in St. Louis County on a later date.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to Crossroads Hospice at crossroadshospice.com or Lakeview Village at lakeviewvillage.org.
 
Joylene (Joy) was born March 15, 1929, the daughter of Horace and Parilee (Borders) Wilson.  Joy married Ralph D. Wheeler on June 18, 1947.  They moved to Kansas City from St. Louis in 2002.  
 
Joy is preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Wheeler; granddaughter, Nicole Armstrong and brother-in-law, Lowell Wynn.  She is survived by her three daughters, Diane Peterson and husband David; Janice Schmitz and husband Greg; and Marsha Anderson and husband Bill; five grandchildren, Daniel Schmitz, Joel Peterson, Lyndsay Schmitz, Shawn Armstrong and Lance Peterson; two great-grandchildren, Voni and Veena Schmitz; sister, Jackie Wynn (Wilson); her loving nieces and nephews; and her lifelong personal friend, Syl Volz. The family extends its gratitude to the many caregivers at Lakeview Village and Crossroads Hospice for their kindness and compassion.
 
   
 

Additional Service: Memorial Service
Location: Lakeview Heritage Activity Center
Address: 9100 Park St.
City: Lenexa
State: KS
Zip Code: 66215
Date: May 06, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM
Additional Information: No Additional Information Added
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Krystle April 18, 2017

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To the Family, I'm sorry for your loss and send my condolences. Losing a loved one is one of the hardest times in a family's life. Always know that others care. Most important God cares. He has promised a time when he will "swallow up death forever, and wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25:8). Remember all the joyful times you all spent together with Joy and cherish them forever in your hearts. My prayers are with your family.



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