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Joyce B. Meyer

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Joyce B. Meyer, 89, of Brandywine, MD, went to her heavenly home on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021. Born March 19, 1931, Joyce was the daughter of Glen and Lillian Bruner of Rockwood, PA. Preceded in death by her parents and her husband, retired Army Major Dean R. Meyer.

 

She is survived by a daughter, Sandra B. Meyer of Hagerstown, MD, and a son, Richard D. Meyer and wife, Nicole, of Marshall, VA; three brothers: Donald Bruner of Somerset, PA, Harold Bruner of Hackberry, LA, and Ronald Bruner of Rockwood, PA; six grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.

 

Joyce attended landscape design school at the University of Maryland and worked as a landscape designer for 20-plus years. She also attended a floral design school at Texas A&M and was very involved with the National Capital Area Garden Club’s Landscape Design Council. Her own yard was a showcase of landscape creativity and was recognized as such with an award from the Prince George’s Beautification Committee. Over the years she was active in the Hilltop Garden Club, Mt. Airy Clay Breakers (a garden club; past president), Clinton Presbyterian Church, and Good Samaritan Presbyterian Church. Her hobbies were flower arranging, landscaping, and caring for her feline companions.

 

Interment will be beside her husband at Cheltenham Veterans Cemetery, Prince Georges County, MD, with a private, grave-side service on Feb. 22, 2021. Online condolences may be expressed at www.douglasfiery.com. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of her may be sent to Good Samaritan Presbyterian Church, Box 925, Waldorf, MD 20604. Donations also may be made on-line at: www.goodsampc.org/donate.

Guest Book

We Send Our Deepest and Most Heartfelt Condolences to All the Family for the Loss of My Grandmother Joyce. She will be dearly missed, yet remembered and cherished by all who knew her. We have loving memories of reunions with family and friends getting together sharing food and spending quality time celebrating life. She loved her family and friends as much as they all loved her. We will always remember her smile, her sweetness, and her kindness, as well as her strength and courage and the love she had for all her family. May She Rest In Peace. With Much Love From Her Granddaughter Paloma and Her Great-Grandchildren Luis-Pedro (Quiqué), Angelina, Lilliana, and Ariana

Maria-Julia (Paloma) Yañez
Alexandria , Va

RICHARD CLIFTON
CLINTON, MD

It was so sad to hear of Joyce's passing. We met many years ago at the Truckhouse Single dance. We all had so much fun through the years with dancing, picnics, dinners, luncheons, holiday parties. I could go on and on. She will be sorely missed. My condolences to you all. Sharon Porter and David Fisher

Sharon A. Porter
CROFTON, MD

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