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Winona “Nonie” Joyce Ewin

September 2, 1951 - October 20, 2021


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    Punkin says

    oh my goodness it’s so hard for me to believe that you have left us, I can just sit and don’t even have to close my eyes to see your beautiful face. We have so many memories together from childhood to adults. I love you just as much today as I did the first day I met you. love you my sweet friend, Punkin

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      Lisa says

      Thank you for your comments. I remember you would visit mom. From her daughter Lisa.

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    Hayley Ervin says

    Such a sweet lady and great neighbor, you will be missed dearly. My daughter and I will always have the stuffed animals you gave her to keep your memory alive and keep you close. I appreciate everything you did for us. It’s too bad we won’t have anyone taking pictures of people doing what they aren’t supposed to be doing in broad daylight anymore. You made sure to leave your mark on this world and for that I am greatgrateful. Memory will always leave me with a smile. Glad to know you are no longer suffering. You were truly an amazing woman and will be missed by my family. ❤

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Winona “Nonie” Joyce Ewin, 70, passed away October 20, 2021 in Evansville, Indiana surrounded by her loving family.  Joyce was born in Evansville on September 2, 1951 to Donald and Mary Steinhauer.

Joyce or as she was referred to by her family as “Nonie” was the most incredible wife and mother.  She adored her family and spent as much time as she could with them.  “Nonie” was so kind, caring, compassionate, and would always do anything she could to help her family out.  Joyce was also very crafty she enjoyed crocheting.  She also had a green thumb and she was so incredible in the garden.  “Nonie” loved all of her plants, flowers, and vegetables.  Joyce also was very talented in the kitchen especially canning her pickles.

“Nonie” will be missed by her loving husband of 24 years Daniel “Dan” Ewin.  Also, missing Joyce is her baby that she always referred to her as and her only child Lisa M. Smith and fiance Chris Hudson.  “Nonie” also leaves behind her two grandchildren; Matthew J.R. Smith which is currently serving in the U.S. Army and Andrew G.M. Smith which is also currently serving in the U.S. Army and his wife Jackeline.  “Nonie” is also survived by her three step children; David, Heather, and Amber Ewin.  Joyce will also be missed by her siblings; Donnie (Joy) Steinhauer, Pam (Gary) Fraley, Tina (Mike) Camp, Donna Baker, Barbara Huffman, and Mary (Steve) Vales.

Joyce was preceded in death by her parents Donald B. and Mary K. Steinhauer, her sister Judith “Judy” A. Stout, and her brother Bruce “Buddy” A. Steinhauer.

Celebration of Life services for Joyce are pending.