Born to loving parents, Lavern "Bunny" and Sylvia "Babe" Moulton of Enid, Oklahoma on September 4th, 1944. Growing up in Enid, Oklahoma, Joycelyn was always one to bring a smile to those around her, with her red hair and mischievous personality. She attended high school and graduated from Oklahoma Bible Academy in Meno, Oklahoma, where she enjoyed great times with friends.
Joycelyn enjoyed a great career, she worked for Surveyor during the original contract at Vance Air Force Base. She later worked for SpeedStar in Enid during the early days of the oil boom then owned her own clothing store JV's First Addition. She relocated to Oklahoma City where she helped others as a drug and alcohol counselor. She then went on to open her own business "Nanny and the Newborns", providing services for the young and old. She later joined the family at Champion Hotels & Development where she excelled, and in return was well cared for by those around her. Joycelyn loved working at Champion Hotels and had a way of doing a great job, all while providing a laugh, a shoulder to lean on, and wisdom that only a good mother can provide.
During her journey of life Joycelyn married Lanny Polwort and on June 27th, 1966 she had a daughter, Misty Michelle Polwort, then was married to Larry Lunday and on October 26th, 1971 had a son, Timothy Mark Lunday.
Joycelyn was a beautiful, loving, and strong-willed woman. She spent the last 18 years with an equally loving and caring partner, Larry "Nick" Nichols. Together they enjoyed traveling, attending OKC Thunder basketball games as season ticket holders, OU sporting events, and spending lunch with friends on a near daily basis. Joycelyn appreciated great conversation, being with friends, family, and her work.
She is survived by her older brother and sister-in-law, Duane and Verna Moulton of Enid, Oklahoma; her daughter, Misty Michelle Polwort, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; her son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Melodie Lunday, of Edmond, Oklahoma; her grandchildren, Caylin Plante, Alexandria Carr, Sophia Polwort, Breanna Lunday, and great-grandson Khai Brown; along with many loving cousins, nieces, and nephews.
She is now reunited with Bunny and Babe Moulton, her sisters, Delores Flecker and Junelle Moulton.
A graveside service will be held at Rose Hill Burial Park - Woodsbrook Cremation Garden in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at 1:30 PM on December 16, 2017. A celebration of life with food, friends, family, and fellowship will follow at Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Funeral Home (6600 Broadway Extension, Oklahoma City OK 73116) at approximately 2:30 PM. Those attending are encouraged to wear Thunder Blue. Contributions to the family for any unexpected expenses can be made online at www.youcaring.com/joycelunday, any unused contributions will go to Joycelyn's granddaughters and great-grandson.
Published on December 9, 2017