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Joyce M. Deagon

Published December 17,2021

Obituary's Biography:

Joyce Marie Deagon (nee Synoradzki), age 91, of Vernon Hills, IL, passed away peacefully November 18, 2021. She was born in Buffalo, NY on April 14, 1930. Joyce was an avid golfer, belonging to various leagues in Lake County and, after retirement, in Florida. She loved sharing her knowledge of technology and helped many friends with their TVs, cable, internet and iPhones and iPads. Joyce and her husband Jack, moved to Mundelein from Chicago in 1957. She crocheted and knitted many baby blankets, stuffed animals and loved crafting with her neighbors. She enjoyed listening to music and having a nightly martini. Joyce was preceded in death by her husband, Jack of 72 years. Joyce is survived by her children, Lawrence Deagon (Susan), Kathleen Deagon, Lauren Deagon (Michael Krummick), nine grandchildren; Tamara Butvilas (Marc), Kristen Niesen, Jack Deagon, Lawrence Niesen (Denise), Lance Deagon (Lindsay), Erich Steinhaus, Viktoria De Dominicis (Ryan), Tiffany Brown (Lance), Ethan Steinhaus, and fifteen great grandchildren, Anthony and Luke Butvilas, Austin Niesen, Ashton and Addison Gonzalez, Logan, Jordan and Cooper Niesen, Lillian Gardner, Lia De Dominicis, Landen Sawyer, Lainie and Lawsen Deagon, Hunter and Walker Brown, and her niece (Donna Daly). 

Private services to be held at Township of Maine Cemetery, Park Ridge, IL. Arrangements made by Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium, Grayslake, IL. For more information please contact (847)223-8122 or log onto www.strangfuneral.org

3 replies on “Joyce M. Deagon”

  1. To the family of Joyce Deagon,
    Joyce will be missed by myself, and for everyone who had the privilege of knowing her. She was a wonderful friend to me, and I have been blessed to have known her. We had many wonderful memories together filled with uncontrollable laughing.
    There is a void in my life since she is gone, but the memories will always be with me.
    Barbara Kenzer

  2. I can just see my Mom (who passed away on Nov 17, 1977) with you, Mrs. Deagon, and Aunt Joy and Mrs. Paschke sitting around the kitchen table having coffee and laughing. You told me that when my Mom was dying, she asked you to remember her by throwing a party and having drinks and making sure that everyone was having a good time. I know you are up there in heaven with her now, and you are sparkling all your love and joyfulness down here on all who love you.

  3. My dear 1st Cousin Joyce Marie Elizabeth nee Synoradzka, Deagon has passed. May her Soul Rest in the Eternal Peace of God.
    Love, Christian

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