Joyce Ann Lindloff, 62, of Hampton, Iowa, passed away Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center in Mason City. She was born March 5, 1956, in Waterloo, Iowa, to Guy O. and Pauline (Brandhorst) Cameron.
Joyce attended schools in Waverly and graduated with the class of 1974. She furthered her education at North Iowa Area Community College and the University of Northern Iowa. Joyce was united in marriage on October 9, 1999, to Ivan E. Lindloff at Faith Baptist Church in Hampton.
Joyce was employed at Lutheran Services of Iowa as a social worker. She also worked at the Rehabilitation Center of Hampton, Access Inc, and a Cedar Falls nursing home - all places where she cared for people.
Joyce enjoyed children and was fondly referred to as 'Aunt Joycee' by many youth. She taught Sunday school, the AWANA kids club, and loved spending time with her nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
Her leisure pursuits were camping, her three cats, and watching television - NCIS, cooking shows, and game shows like "Wheel of Fortune." Joyce always loved to tease people. One thing she always said to Ivan was "Mom always liked you better!"
Her favorite color was purple, a symbol of nobility. Joyce exemplified a noble life; she was honest, upright, and unselfish.
Joyce is survived by her husband Ivan E. Lindloff of Hampton, father Guy (Shirley) Cameron of Holton, Kansas, brother Rex (Cindy) Cameron of Holton, Kansas, niece Jayme Benjamin of Holton, Kansas, nephew Geremy (Alicia) Cameron of Wichita, Kansas, great nieces and nephews Whitney and Jaimon Benjamin and Brooklyn and Peyton Cameron, along with her three cats Smokey, Shadow and Callie-Sue.
She was preceded in death by her mother Pauline Cameron, three uncles and three aunts.
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Ivan, I am so sorry for your loss. Joyce will be missed by many, she always had a smile and funny. I have fond memories. May you enjoy your memories. Mona Storm
Every time I saw Joyce made me happier. She had a great attitude, a great sense of humor, and all around a great presence. I’ll remember the the hugs I got every time I saw her. Sympathy and respect to her family and close friends
So sorry for your loss Ivan. Joyce had a big heart a very loving and caring lady. She will be missed!! My thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Rocky Sprouse
Ivan, we are so very sorry to hear about Joyce, I enjoyed her sense of humor, when we worked together. She was a great gal, and cared for all of us! She will be missed. You have our deepest sympathy. Mark and Becky Laipple
Ivan....so sorry for your loss. Cherish your memories!
Ivan...you have our deepest sympathy. Joyce was such a kind, caring person, loved by all..
Ivan sorry to hear of your loss, thinking of you at this difficult time. Deepest sympathy to you
Such a beautiful soul taken way too soon. Thank you for all you've done, Joyce. Prayers for you, Ivan and all her beloved family and friends.
Oh, Ivan, we're so very sorry to hear of this loss. You have our most sincere sympathy. We only met Joyce one time, but her smile is what I remember. We'll be praying for you as you miss that smile. Don and Anne
Joyce was my older cousin, she always had time to play with us and she was always available to give advice. She was a lot like her mom, she always could laugh and have fun. She knew how to make people smile just by being in the room. I was so thrilled to be able to be at her wedding and see how happy Ivan made her. She was an angel on earth and now she's an angel in Heaven!! Love ya Cuz!!
I remember working with Joyce at Rehabilitation Center of Hampton. I enjoyed her as a co-worker (sharing cat stories) but remember most her loving compassion for the residents. My condolences to her family.
Joyce was the first to call when our daughter Gennie died. Her dad, Guy, was next. Then the first to be at the church the day of the funeral was Joyce and Ivan. She lived with us for more than a year and was part of our family thru and thru. My slumber party cousin with so many precious times and memories will live forever in our hearts and heaven.
I will so miss my long time friend Joyce she was my boss when I was 16 working at the old Franklin County Work Activity Center. From there we were always brought together through our respective jobs. Then she married my dear neighbor Ivan that was a beautiful match. So much love to appreciate and grieve the loss of we will always have our fun memories of Joycee! Love Mariea Plendl
Remembering you today, Ivan with Love, Prayera and Thought as you grieve the loss of your wonderful wife, Joyce. She will be missed by so many of us and especially by the many families and children she devoted many hours with. She was quite the Lady....very knowledgeable, caring and fun! JoAnn Carey
So sorry for your loss, Ivan. Deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your family.
I’m very sorry to hear about this Ivan.
So sorry for your loss Ivan. Peace be with you.
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