Joan Louise Kenney-Lloyd

(1937 - 2014)

Joan Lloyd, 77, passed peacefully to the Lord at the Bentley Home in Pennsauken. Joan was born in Riverton on 10/5/1937. She was raised and spent much of her adult life in Riverside. Here she attended St. Peter’s Grammar School and Riverside High School. For a time she was employed by the Riverside Trust Co.

Joan was pre-deceased by her husband, Paul Lloyd; her loving parents, Robert Sr. and Dorothy Kenney, her sister, Dottie and her brother, Joseph. She is survived by her brother, Robert Jr (Emma) and her sister, Judy (Vincent) Carey, and many nieces and nephews.

Joanie was a troubled soul most of her life, but those who knew her well will remember her smile and her contagious laughter as well as her gift of talking to anyone she met.

Friends may join her family on Tuesday 10/28 at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside from 9 – 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m. at Jesus the Good Shepherd Parish (Worship site, St. Peter’s Church, Riverside). Interment St. Peter’s Cemetery, Riverside. Donations in her memory to St. Vincent DePaul Society at Jesus the Good Shepherd Parish Office, 101 Middleton Street, Riverside will be appreciated.

4 thoughts on “Joan Louise Kenney-Lloyd

  1. Richard Pattanite, Jr

    Joan was part of our prayer group for many years when she lived at the Whittiker Street apartments in Riverside. At that time she went on many activities with prayer group as her mother. She was always laughing and smiling and was very friendly to everyone at these events or trips. Sorry I could not attend the funeral but our family sends our sincere condolences to Judy and Bob and their families. I know this troubled soul is now at peace with her mom and dad. Joan will rest with Jesus at St. Peter’s Cemetery where she spent alot of time in prayer at the cross during her troubled times.
    With love and prayers,
    Rich Pattanite and family

  2. Gladys Dickson

    To the family of Mrs. Joan Louise Kenney-Lloyd,

    Hello, my name is Gladys and I am from the local Kingdom Hall. I am writing you today to share with you the good news from God as reveled in the Holy Scriptures.
    Nothing can fully prepare us for the death of those we love. The sorrow death brings we never get over but at some point we get accustom to it and we learn to accept the change the feelings are overwhelming and leave us powerlessness. Grief is a process we all will experience it is a sweeping emotion that changes our circumstances, it lingers and the healing process seems never ending. It‘s not something to “just” get over by wanting to.
    God tells us to throw our burdens upon him “and he himself will sustain us. (Psalms 55:22) There are many beautiful truths contained in God’s Word; one truth is that God will not allow our suffering to go on indefinitely and he provides comfort abundantly through friends and family. I pray such ones surround you.
    The Scriptures tell us that he will soon undo all the bad that mankind suffers. How comforting it is to know about God’s restorative power (Acts 3:21, Revelation 21:4) and by means of the resurrection God can reunite us with our loved ones. What a loving promise found at (John 5:28, 29). Seek comfort from the Scriptures and may God grant you “the power beyond what is normal” to sustain you and your family at this most difficult time. (2 Corinthians 4:7) Please read all the cited Scriptures and truly benefit from God’s promises.

    Gladys Dickson

  3. Sandra Novoshielski

    I missed Joan because she was no longer riding around in her little gray car and making sure she did not miss a carnival or any township event. I did not know where she went. Joan had been to our family parties as she was a frien of my parents and attended the Sacred Heart prayer meetings. Joan was sad sometimes but we all are sad sometimes. I was hoping I would see her again but now I will visit her when I go to Heaven. til we meet again .

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