Joyce L HollandJune 2, 2017
Joyce Lynn Holland 45, known as Joy, passed away and reunited with her soul mate CJ, father Ronald Neeley, step mother Linda Neeley, and grandmother Joy Dials on June 2, 2017 in St. Petersburg, FL by is formerly from Plymouth, OH. She was a mother to Patricia (Patty) Isaac and her beagle Bingo, mother in law to Lexi Vinson, a daughter to Linda Hess, granddaughter to John Dials, sister to , Rhonda/Andy Motter, Bridget/David Sparks, Crystal Lewis, Randall/ Anita Lewis, Misty/Jamie Taylor, Angie/Dustin Williams, and a wonderful Aunt J to 5 nieces and 8 nephews.
She not only had a big loving family and a lot of friends she also has made a lot of accomplishments is her life time that she was proud of. She graduated from Plymouth High School and got her Bachelor's Degree for Psychology from University of Phoenix all the while being a single mother! She recently just got her Certified Scrum Master (CSM) from Scrum Alliance to try and work from home eventually once she got the experience she needed. Besides the accomplishments she was a mother to an only child...but she never let anything stop her from being a wonderful mother or completing her goals in life. She was a very strong and independent woman with the biggest heart. She would literally give you the shirt off her back, anyone who knows her would know that without a doubt. They would also know she was the biggest Ohio sports fan to ever hit Florida. It didn't matter if it was the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Cavaliers, or especially THEE Ohio State Buckeyes she was always repping one of them some how no matte what and had every koozie for any occasion...seriously lol
Sadly she lost the love of her life, CJ, last year and it took a toll on her that I don't think anyone could understand or feel the way she did but they are reunited now and will be forever! We want to think all of her friends that were there when we couldn't be because without you guys she wouldn't of made it this far. She will be greatly missed an we will forever remember that she was not the life of the party but she was the party! so to end this the way she would love....O-H