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Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Joyce was a longtime resident of Princeton, New Jersey, moving to New Hope, Pennsylvania in 2013.She was an accomplished psychiatric social worker specializing in couples and family therapy.She enjoyed art, painting in watercolors, and drawing in pen and ink.She had a unique eye for understated elegance and beauty that was reflected in her home, her gardens, and her style.Her late father was killed during The War while serving with the British Armed Forces. Her favorite projects were chairing the designer committee of “Upton Pyne – A Mansion in May” and serving as Chair of “Giralda – A Mansion in May.” These projects raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the hospital, received national recognition, and attracted high profile attendees such as First Lady Betty Ford.
The daughter of the late Samuel and Mary Duff Whitehead, Joyce is survived by her husband of 31 years Vincent “Bill” Lathbury; her children Brian T.
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She remained in Princeton for nearly 40 years, where she raised her family and owned and operated Old Grange Graphics in Hopewell. They were tremendous homemakers and loving parents with a wide social network of friends.
Phyllis was proud that her husband and all her children graduated from Princeton University and loved participating in Princeton events.