Joyce "Joy" Elaine Habenicht

August 13th, 1938March 2nd, 2019

Joyce (Joy) Habenicht passed away peacefully March 2, 2019 at her home in
Louisville, Colorado. She struggled in recent years with late stage C.O.P.D.

Joy was the daughter of Clyde and Thelma Beckman of Chicago Heights,
Illinois. She was educated in schools there and later came to Boulder to attend school
here At C.U. Joy graduated from C.U. In 1959 with a B.S.in liberal arts. She met her
future husband, Brian Larsen, at C.U. They were married in Chicago Heights on
September 1, 1957. 

Joy is survived by her daughters, Dawn Larsen, Kris Larsen (John Hueftle) 
and granddaughter Shanan Larsen.

Joy and Brian divorced in 1970. Joy later married Bob Habenicht. The two of
them travelled extensively in their retirement years. They held many fine gatherings

for friends and family in their home. Bob Habenicht passed away in July 2013.
                         
A lifelong cat person, Joy was a warm, friendly person always helpful to all
who knew her. She was an avid reader encouraging younger people to become readers.

Joy will be greatly missed!  Contributions in her memory may be made to TRU
Community Care in Lafayette CO.

 

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To Joy's Family, I was so sorry to hear that Joy passed away. You are all in my thoughts, and I wish you the comfort of lovely memories to soften your grief. Joy was a part of our International Admissions Team years ago, and we enjoyed working with her very much. She was a wonderful part of our team - funny, dedicated and interested in all thing international. We all shared an interest in travel (as you can imagine), and we always enjoyed hearing about Joy's trips. My condolences, Jeanie Bell, International Admissions Team Office of Admissions University of Colorado Boulder
To Dawn and rest of family. I was so sorry to see in the paper of Joy's passing. I enjoyed her friendship, quick wit and fun personality. It was a pleasure to work with her in real estate both as a Realtor and friend. Happy to have helped her sell the house in Blue Heron and visited her at Balfour. Hugs to the whole family at this tough time. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Jamie
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