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Condolences for Joy Martin

Our deepest sympathies to all of Joy’s family. You have & continue to be on our thoughts & prayers.
From Sharon & Jim Cullmann

Wishing you loving memories to forever hold in your heart and comfort for the days ahead.
From David and Patti Jo Walter

Raymond and I were so saddened to hear of Joy's passing. We have many happy memories of times spent with Joy over the years. Joy is now "In the Arms of the Angel". May you find comfort there.
From Joan M Griffin

To Dave and all of the family, I am very sorry for your painful loss. May your love for each other help you through this traumatic time. I send my deepest sympathy to all of you.
From Lisa Carlson

Dear David and Family, You have our deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Mark & Holly
From Mark & Holly Rogge

Joy was an amazing talent and I loved running into her in our many encounters in the Graphics world. I am so sorry to hear and sending my deepest condolences to her family and friends.
From Heather Young-Semling

Working with Joy was a blessing for our Faith Legacy group at Holmen Lutheran Church, Holmen, WI.
From Sandra Kawatski

My deepest sympathy in the loss of Joy. A beautiful soul gone too soon.
From Karen Willlinger Rolandi

Please accept my sincere condolences. Joy did so many wonderful "projects" for me and my daughter, Ann. She was so talented and I will always remember her smile.
From Lois Kthan

Wish to extend my sincere sympathy to family and friends.
From Robert Fortney

May God's grace comfort Joy's family during this most difficult time.
From Wade Hunnewell

What is our purpose in life? Our problem is that we equate our purpose with goal-based achievement. The Universe isn't interested in our achievements . . . just our hearts. When we choose to act out of kindness, compassion and love, we are already aligned with God's true purpose. Joy truly lived and fulfilled her purpose in so many ways. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
From Sandy (Strauss) Pollich