Mrs. Joyce Ann (Housley) Wiebe, 85, of North Sewickley Township peacefully passed away on Saturday, February 5th, 2022, at the East Liverpool City Hospital, in East Liverpool Ohio.
Joyce was born in Soddy, Tennessee on March 31st, 1936, to Leo Benson Housley and Eula Mae (Cochran) Housley. She graduated from the Kirkman Vocational High School in Chattanooga Tennessee in 1954. Soon after graduation, Joyce relocated with her mother and father to San Diego, California where she met and married her life-long husband, Vernon Wiebe. Joyce and Vernon were married on February 18th, 1955, in Yuma Arizona. For many years, Joyce owned and operated her own florist shop, Joyce’s Flowers in Lancaster California, where she selflessly catered to the floral needs of the entire Antelope Valley and surrounding neighborhoods.
She is survived by her husband, Vernon Wiebe of North Sewickley Township, Pennsylvania, her sister, Betty Housley and her brother, Bill Housley both of Aguanga, California. She is also survived by her daughter, Barbara Rickman of North Sewickley Township, and her son, James Wiebe. Known simply and forever as “Granny”, all of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren survived her including Anna Rickman and Skyler Rickman of North Sewickley, Cynthia Renelli and Tricia Wiebe, both of Quartz Hill, California, Robert Wiebe of Rosamond California, Josiph Dakramanji, George Dakramanji, and Michael Dakramanji, all of Redlands California, her great-grandchildren, David Wiebe, Jeromy Renelli, Justin Renelli, and Jase Renelli of Quartz Hill, California, and Shyanne Wiebe of Rosamond, California.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister, Barbara (Ethyl) Teems, her brother, Jim Housley, her daughter Jacqulyn (Wiebe) Dakramanji in 2009, and her son, Robert Ernest Wiebe in 2016.
Following Joyce’s wishes there will not be a public service. Final arrangements are entrusted to the caring and very thoughtful family of Samuel Teolis at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory Inc.
From all of us here, the Dakramanji family that It is with a heavy heart that we have to say goodbye to Granny we wish we didn’t have to so at the bottom of our hearts we will miss you Granny.
-Love The Dakramanji’s