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Marilyn Joyce Wynne

January 18, 1936 ~ December 19, 2020 (age 84)

Obituary

Marilyn Joyce Wynne, 84 of Greenville, formerly of Belding, passed away Saturday, December 19th at Mission Point of Greenville. Joyce was born January 18, 1936 in Ionia, the daughter of Ambrose and Martha (Lehman) Feuerstein.  She graduated from Belding High School as Class President with the Class of 1954.  She worked at Belding Community Hospital for many years, and later retired from Blodgett Memorial Medical Center. On July 11, 2000, she married Paul Wynne and together they enjoyed traveling, golfing, attending Michigan football games, and an occasional trip to “The Unpleasant” as Joyce so affectionately called the Soaring Eagle Casino.

Joyce was a beautiful person inside and out.  She was kind, generous and fun loving.  She handled life’s ups and downs with grace, humor and wit.   She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend.   

Joyce is survived by her husband Paul, her children Kurt Coon of Belding, Rick & Deanna Coon of Quincy, Tim & Karen O’Neill of Belding, Jeff & Linda Coon of Fort Collins, Colorado, and stepson Bill & Susan Wynne of Boise, Idaho, her grandchildren Heather (Mike) Kramer, Ryan (Julie) Coon, Kristina Coon, Jami (Tom) Norton, Kevin (Sarah) Coon, Philip (Nikki) Coon, Eric Coon, Evan Coon, Amy (Troy) Foster, Mitch (Carly) O’Neill, Colin Coon, Brigid Coon, Gretchen Coon, and her 20 great-grandchildren.  She is also survived by her brothers Robert (Ann) Feuerstein and Phillip (Colleen) Feuerstein of Belding, and her former husband and dear friends Gary (Deborah) Coon of Sheridan. She was preceded in death by her parents, her sons Craig Lee Coon and Patrick Michael Coon, her sisters Margery (Eugene) McQueen and Rosalyn (Thomas) Kohn, and her brother Ralph Feuerstein.  We can only imagine this reunion in heaven.

Joyce will be greatly missed, but her family takes solace in knowing she is dancing and rejoicing in heaven, and that her memory and vision have both been fully restored. 

The family would like to thank the staff at Mission Point of Greenville for the care and comfort given to Joyce over the past year, with special thanks to angel Kim who helped keep us in touch with Joyce during the COVID-19 pandemic. God bless you all.  A time to celebrate her life and accomplishments will take place next summer. Services at this time will be private.  Interment will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Belding. Memorials may be given to the Belding Library. Envelopes will be available at Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding where funeral care has been entrusted. 

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