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Hetherington, Joyce Stacey, 83, passed away Friday, February 4,
2011 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She was born September 30,
1927in Oklahoma City to James and Annie (Pyle) McCoy.
Joyce was an electronics technician for 27 years retiring in 1992. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church for over 20 years. Joyce enjoyed traveling with her family and searching her family genealogy.
Joyce is survived by three daughters, Judy Jackson and husband Mike of OKC, Rita Gillham and husband Phillip of Cameron, Oklahoma and Teresa Pastrano and husband Ruben of Tempe, AZ; one sister, Nancy Sneed of Idaho Falls, ID; grandchildren, Thomas Gillham and wife Pat and Erick Gillham and wife Bobbi both of Poteau, OK, Chris Jackson and Stanley Slater both of Yukon, Lauren Jackson of OKC and Jamie Quinlan of Gilbert, AZ; two great grandchildren, Timothy Gillham and Parker Jackson; and two step great grandchildren, Olivia Howerton and Vivian Howerton.
She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 49 years, Homer Hetherington; her husband of 5 years, Olie Valliere; and two sons, Stephen and James Hetherington.
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