Joyce Pietsch (Luttrell)

31/03/1926 - 10/01/2023

Joyce passed away peacefully.
Much loved wife of Ernest (dec).
Adored mother of Beris, Dawn, Colin & Annie, Sheryle & Phil.
A proud grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.
Reunited with loved ones.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service for Joyce Pietsch (Luttrell) to be held at St John’s Lutheran Church, 165 Yarra Street, Geelong on Monday (January 6) at 10:00am, followed by a private cremation.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the Country Women’s Association (Galena Branch). Envelopes will be available at the service.

If you are unable to attend Joyce’s funeral service in person, you can view her service live in your home. To do so, please use the following link:

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Funeral
St John's Lutheran Church
165 Yarra Street GEELONG
16/01/2023 @ 10:00
Jean Slade
2023-01-13 08:41:21
Loved sister of Jean and late Ron Slade My thoughts are to all my family remember the times shared with Joyce holidays and great times celebrating special events. A long life well lived and having extensive support from your family. My love to all from Auntie Jean Creswlck Late of Broomfield
colin luttrell
2023-01-13 09:48:19
To My beautiful Mum, All your life you worked so hard to provide for us and make sure we never missed out on anything. I could not have wished for a better Mum. Over the last 16 weeks when you went to the Vue aged care home, you fought so hard against many barriers that life was presenting itself. You never complained and I will miss you so much. You are now pain free in the House of the Lord and reunited with all your family and friends. Thank you for the life you gave me and the amazing family that I now have. Rest in peace my beautiful Mum. You so deserve it. xxxxxxx
Dawn and Sheryle Luttrell
2023-01-14 05:26:20
Words cannot express the life you lived and the life you gave us, generously and willingly. At night we will look to the stars knowing your light will shine brightly. And by day, it could be the breath of the wind or the sun coming up to brighten our days. Thankyou for all that you did for us and we will always cherish the fabulous times we spent with someone so special. We will miss your early morning greeting of ‘Have a nice day’ but know somewhere it will be in the wind. May the hand of God now guide you home. X XX Dawn, Sheryle and Phil
Peter Anderson
2023-01-15 13:20:02
Joyce was a much loved cousin of Gwen (Mrs Waugh), Marjorie (Mrs Vaiksnys) and Laura (Mrs Anderson) (all deceased) and their families. Fond memories of Joyce through a visit or two with my Mum and remembering both her kindness and strong will along with a lovely smile and infectious laugh. Joyce will be missed. Our sincere condolences to our cousins, Beris, Dawn, Colin and Sheryle and their families. Peter Anderson, Maeleen Hogan and their family.
Pauline Edmunds
2023-01-15 22:34:01
Our sincere condolences to the family on the loss of Joyce, our neighbour for many years. (No. 19)
Iain and Terry Falconer / Cahill
2023-01-15 23:17:17
Our deepest sympathies to all the family and friends of Joyce - especially to Cheryl and Beris, Joyce was a most beautiful and blessed gift to you all and to everyone who knew her. She will rest in peace in Gods loving arms, and with all her loved ones who have gone before her, Our love and dearest embrace to you all, Iain and Terry Xx
Kerrie Bryant
2023-01-15 23:20:25
Joyce was a lady that spoke her mind but as a friend she was a true friend in every sense of the word. I think everyone of us that knew her have a something in our house or garden that came from Joyce. RIP dear lady