Joyce Ann Dum

January 30, 1936 - September 07, 2023

Service: Thursday, September 14, 2023, 10 am; Divine Grace Parish, St. Ferdinand Church

Joyce Ann Dum
Age 87, of Marshall Twp., formerly of Ross Twp., passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 7, 2023 at her home. Born January 30, 1936, daughter of the late Emil and Margaret Hrinya. Beloved wife of the late John T. Dum, whom she married on January 19, 1957; Mother of Deborah (Roger) Kossert, Robert (Alejandra), John (Diane), Judith Dum, and the late Stephanie Dum; Grammy of Lori, Douglas, Alan, Nazli, Alexis, and David; great-grandma of Andrew, Brayden, and Carter; Sister of Bernice Jean Showerman (Edwin).

Family and friends are welcome to a Mass of Christian Burial on Thursday, at 10 am at Divine Grace Parish, St. Ferdinand Church, with Rev. John Gallagher officiating. Interment will follow at North Side Catholic Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Joyce’s name to The American Cancer Society.

Professional arrangements entrusted to Devlin Funeral Home of Cranberry Township.

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  • Jackie (Caye) Newell

    Judi and family: Deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. May you draw comfort and strength from your memories of your mom and from each other.

  • Susan Dum

    I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. She had a great long life well lived surrounded by family. My thoughts and prayers to your family. Love you all.

  • Cheri,Kevin and Stevie

    Judi so sorry for your loss your mom was a awesome woman take care

  • Al & Sandy Spencer

    Hoping that many happy memories of times spent together over the years help comfort you.
    So very sorry for your loss. Take care!

  • Tom Treesh

    So sorry for your loss and even more sorry I cannot make it to pay respects. She was missed at the last reunion and she will be missed from now on. Love you all.

  • Beverly Bettes

    Know Aunt Joyce is hanging out with the angels. Prayers for comfort and healing to all of you.

  • Barbara Parker

    Although it has been many years since I’ve seen Aunt Joyce, we did write sometimes. Still have memories of visiting and seeing cousins (and raccoons). My prayers and condolences to her family. It is never easy to see those you love move on to heaven. God bless you all.


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