Joyce Denell Frohnappel- Stanton, age 62, was surrounded by her loving family when she passed away on June 21st, 2020. She was an amazing and strong woman, who always let the Lord be her guide in her life. She believed that there is “No storm that God won’t carry you through, no bridge that God won’t help you cross, and no battle that God won’t help you win.”
Joyce was a light and brought a smile to all that knew her. She was an avid reader, and music was her passion. She wrote many beautiful songs that showed her inner self and her life’s journey. She was dearly in love with her husband, Fred Stanton, more than she thought would ever be possible. They were married on August 16th, 2014 in Altus, AR. She was the ever beaming bride; showing that smile of hers that affected everyone. One of her greatest enjoyments was to be the passenger on Fred’s motorcycle; taking in all the beauties of the world. She was an incredible wife, mother, sister and grandmother; who will be terribly missed by many.
Joyce Frohnappel- Stanton born August 13th, 1957 in Camden, AR to Charles Delton and Gracie Evelyn Cash Easley.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Richard James Frohnappel, Hilda Kaye Carlisle (sister), Ronnie Eckert (Spouse of Charlene), Diane Easley (Spouse of Charles).
Her survivors include; her loving husband, Fred Stanton and two daughters, Chastidy Jones and husband Matt Jones of Fort Smith, AR, and Angela Frohnappel of Russellville, AR. Grandchildren include; Nathan Null, Austin and wife Taylor Riner, Emily and husband Austin Peachee, Madelynn Jones, Andrew Ball, and Aaralyn Frohnappel; One, great-grandson, Tristan Riner. Siblings include Charles Easley Jr. and wife Sherry, of Duncan, OK, Charlene Easley Eckert and spouse Wade Allison, Linda Gardner, of Boswell, OK, Harvey Carlisle, of Boswell, OK, Doris and Carl Chappel, of Lead Hill, AR, and Annette and Phillip Hart, of Greenwood, AR. Joyce was proud to have a Veteran brother who served in the Army during Vietnam as a Top Secret Currier along with her five, phenomenal sisters who truly had a zeal for life and the Lord above. Her family was the most important part of her entire life and she made a point to let them know how much she truly loved them all.
A memorial service will be 12:30pm Saturday, June 27, 2020 at American Legion Post 258 located : 108 Park Road Scranton.
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