Joyce Elizabeth Packard

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Joyce Elizabeth Packard

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Joyce Elizabeth Packard was born April 6, 1951 in Little Falls Minnesota to Burke and Florentina Kappes.

After graduating from high school Joyce completed business school and barber college in Minnesota.

Joyce moved to Montana in 1983 and operated The Hair Station for more than 30 years in Billings.  Joyce was united in marriage to Randy Packard in Billings in 1996.

During her time in Billings she enjoyed innumerable friends that were important and a big part of her life.

Joyce loved working with her flowers, enjoyed wood working, and spending time with friends and family camping and fishing.

Joyce will be deeply missed by Brian, her son, Joyce her Daughter in-law, and her grandchildren; Morgan, Emma, William, and Ethan (Waukee, Iowa); her sisters Merl (Terry), Susanne, Diane (Ernest); her brothers Terry (Mary), Tom (Carol), and Marty.

She was preceded in death by her parents Burke and Tina; and her husband Randy Packard.

Memorials may be made in Joyce’s name to a children’s charity of your choice.

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  1. It has been a blessing to have Joyce as a friend for over 28 years and my hair dresser. It was a gift i gave to myself each Saturday for the past 28 years. Joyce was a caring loving friend. She was always there for our family in hard times. Joyce enjoyed life to the fullest and truly loved her son, and family. She loved her grand kids dearly and we spent many hours telling stories about our grand babies. I really admired Joyce for her ability to pack up and take a trip to Australia by herself and seem to find friends there and had a fantastic time. Needles to say she will be greatly missed. Ramona Eldridge

  2. Pastor Glenn Fournier

    Joyce was a great person who has cut my hair and we shared stories and snippets of our lives with each other since 1983. I used to drive her a little crazy being late for my appointments, but since the invention of cell phones she would call just to remind me. I knew Randy as well and as a pastor I was able to add a little comfort to Joyce when he too suddenly was gone. I encouraged her when she was on her carrot kick and quit smoking, and she encouraged me as I went through struggles in our family. Joyce was more than just a barber to me, she was a good friend whom I will sorely miss.

  3. I just found out of the passing of Joyce. I loved going to get my hair cut from her. We always had a laugh and she was so caring! She will be missed dearly!

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