Guest blogger Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, provides the following.
I just received notification from San Antonio that Janey Eaves Joyce passed away last week. The Amarillo Globe-News link below covers her life nicely. Janey was very helpful in the Lone Star Chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG).
Janey Eaves Joyce, a Board-certified Genealogist since 2003, passed away on 30 July 2013. Janey helped researchers many times at the Lone Star Chapter of APG Roadshow at the Texas State Genealogical Society Annual Conference. She won the 1st Place TSGS Writing award in 2011 for “The Rev. Moore Bingham (1707-1853) and His Wives, Ann Barber and Lucy Barber: their Ancestors and Descendants” (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~txsgs/TXSGS-New/Pages/Grants-Awards-2011.htm) and she won the Grand Prize TSGS Writing Award in 2006 for “Bartlett Eaves.” Also, she recently won first place in 2013 Connecticut Society of Genealogists’ writing contest for her “Moore Bingham” work. There is a story about Janey’s life in the Amarillo Globe-News where she once served as editor: (http://amarillo.com/news/local-news/2013-08-03/ex-agn-editor-janey-joyce-dies).
Many visitors to the BCG booth may recall looking at Janey’s successful portfolio as one of the first ones offered for public review.
She will be missed by the genealogical community in San Antonio, all of Texas, and the community of board-certified and professional genealogists.