13 thoughts on “David Neil Joyce”

  1. Cheryl D'Rozario and family

    Dear Mrs Joyce, Cody and family,
    Our deepest sympathy and condolences are with you all for the loss of your husband/dad.
    Our hearts & love are with you all today especially.
    Sending our united love & strength to your arm Cody to be the strength for your mum & family today
    – 🙏🏽💔😔Cheryl, Tom & Lauren.

  2. Evan & Karyn Abel

    Evan & Karyn’s heartfelt thoughts are with you and your family at this very sad time.

  3. Remembering Dave from cricket days in the late 80’s and early 90’s.
    We both lived on Beaumont Cres in New Plymouth so had many drinks at the Joyce’s place and many drunken days at Pukekura Park watching and yelling at Central District cricketers!
    Those were great days. RIP Dave

  4. Debbie and the late Jim Robinson

    Will always remember the good old days at the Captains Cabin and how you would always make everyone laugh.
    Condolences to all your family at this sad time.

  5. Renika Siciliano

    Rest easy Dave.

    You’ve left a household full of love and laughter.
    Even through the darkest of clouds, there are rays of sunlight shining through.
    Keep watching over them and send them your loving and hilarious messages every chance you get.

    Moe mai ra xx

  6. Ravi Gulasekharam

    We are thinking of Dionne and the family at this time.
    We always enjoyed catching up with David when he stayed with Cushla & Dean on his visits to NZ.
    He was very knowledgeable with various sports, stats, times and stories included.
    Johann and Jacinta were very grateful for Dionne and David’s hospitality when they visited Melbourne.
    Most of all, we will remember David for his sense of humour which captured everyone around him.
    Rest in Peace David.

  7. Sorry for your loss.
    Dave, I only met you 3 or 4 times,
    But I’ll never forget the larger than life character who made me feel like I’d know you all my life.
    Your sense of humor and outlook were always entertaining.
    You will be sadly missed
    – Sincerely David Abel.

  8. The Merrie Family

    We didn’t know David and we’ve never met Dee, but we want to send our love and condolences from the UK.
    Our connection to Dee’s family goes back decades and we wish them all love and strength at this sad time.

  9. The light has not only dimmed it has gone out in our lives.
    You have left us too soon and we weren’t ready.
    I have loved you for a long time, and I’ll continue to love you forever.
    Forever in our hearts

  10. Sending love & hugs to you all.
    Dee, I am so sorry you have lost David, a loving husband, far too young.
    My thoughts & prayers are with you & the kids.
    RIP Dear David (my Godson) ❤️❤️

  11. I didn’t know you David, but I do know you have left this world knowing you were loved by good people and I’m sure you loved them in return.
    My sincere condolences to all your loved ones.
    Words are never enough.
    Rest peacefully xx

  12. Leroy and Kylie Brown

    Sending so much love and hugs to Dee and all the family.
    We are cherishing all the laughs and memories we have of such an incredibly funny, opinionated, clever, sports lover, coke no-sugar loving man.
    You made this world a better place Dave and it definitely will never be the same without you here.
    Rest peacefully pain free x

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David Neil Joyce

1968 – 2024

at Home

David will be loved & remembered as a beloved Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Brother-In-Law, Uncle and Friend

Rest In Peace

Funeral Service

Service Date: Wednesday - 17th July, 2024

Service Time: 12 Noon

Service Address:

Altona Memorial Park Crematorium
Chapel of Repose

2-14 Dohertys Road, Altona North

Service Location: View Map

Service Stream: View Live Stream