Born March 1, 1940 in Lansing, Michigan daughter of the late R. Lyle “Rocky” and Marie (Hajek) Stone died Monday, September 10, 2012, at the age of 72, surrounded by her loving family.  Joy is survived by her three sons, Gary (Sherri Marchand) Weber, Matthew Weber, and David (Diana) Weber; eight grandchildren, Trevor (Allison), Shawna, Ryan, Hanna, and Dylan Weber; Rick and Monica Ramos; and Bill Clark; seven great-grandchildren, Riley, Hunter, Xavier, Dominic, Lucy, Aryana, and Maycie along with many loving nieces and nephews and their families and special friend Sally Johnston.  Joy was preceded in death by her husband, Ronald Weber in 1991 and by her sister, Enid Stone in 2012.

She was a longtime member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church and most recently was a member of St. Gerard Catholic Church.  Joy retired from the State of Michigan in 2000 following 15 years of service.  She enjoyed gardening, crocheting, and especially loved making kitchen towels for family and friends. The family would like to thank the staff at McLaren Greater Lansing, 2 Southeast, for their wonderful care.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. John A. Byers at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 3815 S. Cedar St. in Lansing.  Rite of Committal will follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery.  The family will receive friends at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel on Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. with a time of sharing to be held at 7:30 p.m.  Those who wish may make memorial contributions, in loving memory of Joy, to the Greater Lansing Food Bank.

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    A. Earl Cheal Says:

    As a school mate Joy was always a pleasant person. I know we were in HS together but don’t recall if we started grade school together or not. Although did not continued our friendship after HS, I non-the-less have good memories of her. I send my condolences to her family.

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    Lynn T Gill Says:

    I went to HS with Joy, but being the bashful type, never said much to her. Then of course we graduated and went our different ways. At our 50th Class Reunion, she walked over to me, sat down and introduced herself and we commenced to chat for at least an hour. She was a real Joy (pun intended) and we parted the evening promising each other we would talk at the next reunion. Events occur that changed the most sincere of plans, but I have great memories of her and may she rest in peace. Condolences from the Gill family to her family and know that our thoughts and prayers are with them. Sincerely; … Lynn & Sara Gill; Lake City, FL

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    Lucy Wright Says:

    Joy. Although I was just getting to know you, you were clearly my kind of woman. No airs, plain talk, kind and loving and welcoming, and no qualms about saying when you were pissed off. You will be sorely missed.

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    Shayne Weber Says:

    My deepest sympathies go out to Gary, Matt, and David and their families. Joy was a delight and very kind person. We all have wonderful memories we will always cherish of Joy.

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