Joyce Elaine Ramerman

July 07, 1953 - March 14, 2017

Joyce Elaine Ramerman

July 07, 1953 - March 14, 2017


Joyce Elaine Ramerman, age 63, of Bellingham, WA passed away surrounded by family and friends early in the morning on March 14, 2017 at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was born on July 7, 1953 in Seattle, WA, the daughter of Allan Ramerman and Grace Brink Ramerman.
Joyce was a shining light to all who knew her. Quick to share a smile or a joke, she touched the lives of all she met. She worked at Western Washington University for almost 30 years in various roles, staying dedicated to her job, and enjoying her coworkers and her “kids” who frequented her store. She cherished time with family and friends, loved playing cards or board games, grabbing milkshakes with her dear friend Marianne, needlepoint, and her cat Millie.
She is survived by her two children Alieca (Matt) Prendergast, Karl (Pauli) Johnson, her 5 grandchildren Aiden, Austin, Madison, Owen, Trace, her brother Gerald Ramerman, and her sister Beverly Leeper.
A celebration of life will be held at Woodstock Farms in Bellingham, WA on March 24, 2017 at 1:00pm.
Condolences may be sent to Moles Farewell Tributes in Bellingham, WA.

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13 responses to Joyce Elaine Ramerman

  1. My sincere condolences to Jerry and Bev for the loss of their little sister Joyce. We al grew up together in Alameda, CA and were a part of each others lives for a short time until we parted ways in the Mid 60’s My memory of Joyce was that of a bouncing little girl who as a little sister, did what little sisters did. She was so much younger she was cute and we put up with her. My God continue to hold this family near and may His peace comfort them at this time.
    Herb VanderBilt- Lowell, MI

  2. I lived in Fairhaven for one year and studied there for three more, and saw Joyce regularly at the store. Seeing her was always a bright spot of my day. Once I went in with a stomach flu to find provisions and she gave me helpful suggestions to alleviate my pain. I will always remember her as an important part of my time at Western and Fairhaven.

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