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Joyce DeMae (Gehring) Kyle

August 19, 2020

Joyce DeMae (Gehring) Kyle went to be with the Lord on August 19, 2020. She
was born November 14, 1927 at McPherson, Kansas to Fred J.C. Gehring and
Helen Marie (Wedel) Gehring.
Joyce married Kenneth Paul Kyle on January 19, 1947 in Burns, Kansas where
they lived on the same farm for the duration of their life surrounded by a great,
supportive community.
Joyce was preceeded in death by her parents, husband Ken of 45 years of
marriage and grandson Chris.
She truly had a servants heart, always wanting to do for others and not wanting
any recognition in return. She loved the Lord with all her heart and soul.
Joyce was very active in her community and her church. She always had a smile
and encouraging word for everyone. Never met a stranger. Joyce and Ken loved
spending time with their neighbors visiting and playing cards. She also liked
playing twister and match games with her great grandchildren. Her hobbies
were reading, crafts, gardening, needlepoint , and just being outdoors.
Joyce is survived by her son Wayne and wife Deby of Texas, grandson Jeff and
wife Amy of Texas, great grandson Colton, great granddaughters, McKenna,
Brintley, and Leighton all of Texas. Sister Mary Langenegger of Burns and brother
Jim Gehring and wife Beulah of Moundridge. Several nieces and nephews and a
host of friends all over the world.
Graveside service will be Friday, August 28, 2020 at 10:00 at Marion Cemetery.
Memorials can be made to St Judes Childrens Hospital or American Cancer
Society. In care of Petersen Funeral Home

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4 thoughts on “Joyce DeMae (Gehring) Kyle

  1. Joyce Kyle( and Ken) were neighbors to my folks, Mary and Oran McAllister for over 40 yrs in the country at Burns, Ks Joyce worked alot in the kitchen with my mom at the Burns Methodist Church, and was great to us 8 kids..Ken would drive by my folks’ place and if dad was in the yard he would slow down, roll the window down in his truck..and yell out to my dad, “Hello you
    D–n Dutchman”!and drive off laughing..my dad was Irish!..will truly miss this wonderful lady
    ( and Ken).. blessings to this family

  2. So sorry for your lost. I remember her as being a kind and friendly lady. A great friend to my mom. She will be missed.

  3. I so enjoyed being Joyce’s hairdresser for over 25 years. She was just as beautiful on the inside as she was out. I loved her and will have wonderful memories of our times together.

  4. Joyce was a long time friend and assisted me many times over the years with various matters. Just was such a wonderful loving Christian lady.

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