Joyce Arrien

of Carey, Idaho
Born: June 22, 1933 in Burns, Oregon
Died: March 8, 2013 in Carey, Idaho
Age: 79 years old
Carey, Idaho - Joyce Arrien was born in Carey, Idaho, on June 22, 1933, and died in Burns, Ore., on Friday, March 8, 2013.
Joyce was the daughter of Owen Lavar and Nellie Justesen. She grew up in Carey, Idaho. After graduating from Carey High School, she attended St. Luke’s Nursing School in Boise, Idaho. She worked as a registered nurse at hospitals in Hailey, Idaho, and Provo, Utah, until she retired in 1993. She moved to Hines, Ore., in 2006 so she could be close to her grandchildren, whom she adored. Joyce was married to Louie J. Arrien, and together they raised two boys and ran a successful business in Carey.
Joyce was preceded in death by her parents, Owen and Nellie Justesen; her husband of 26 years, Louie J. Arrien; and three brothers, Dallas, Ray and Keith. She is survived by her sister,Wilma Ross; her two sons, Kirby J. Arrien and Kory L. (Shalah) Arrien; and grandchildren, Kimberly, Kourtnee, Brittany and Tommy.
She will be buried next to her husband and parents at a graveside service at 1 p.m. Monday, March 18, at the Carey Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements are under the care of Wood River Chapel in Hailey. Friends are invited to share memories, condolences and light a candle at

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