WATERVILLE--We lost our beloved grandmother and great grandmother, Joyce M. Reynolds of Unity on May 16, 2021, at Inland Hospital in Waterville after a brief illness.\r\n\r\nJoyce was born on December 30, 1931, in Canaan. She was predeceased by her husband, Maurice Reynolds; her son, Dale Reynolds; her brother, Bernard Salsbury; and her cat, Tilly.\r\n\r\nShe is survived by her sister, Carolyn Killam of Pittsfield; her brother, Bruce Salsbury; her Two daughters, Susan and Nancy; her grandson, Douglas and his wife, Liz of Unity; her great granddaughters, Katlyn and her fiancé, Nick, Kaylee and her fiancé, Denny, Trinity, and Abby; her great grandson, Gage; her great great grandson, Henry; also 8 other grandchildren and 19 great great-grandchildren.\r\n\r\nGram dedicated her life to helping raise her grandchildren and great grandchildren, they were her joy in life. She was more of a mother to her grandson Douglas and they shared a very special bond as she also did with his children. Gram also loved working at and watching the motocross races in Skowhegan. She babysat for many and was very loved. She enjoyed flowers, gardening, laughing with her great grandkids, going to cemeteries and never missed a Memorial Day to place out flower arrangements she had made.\r\n\r\nShe enjoyed raising her sheep, talking about the old days, and loved talking horses with her great granddaughters. Most of all gram loved being with her great grandkids. She will be greatly missed and not a day will go by without mentioning her name and all the wonderful memories she has given us. She was so very loved and appreciated and would always help the ones in need the ones who had been wronged in life that is her legacy. Her legacy will carry on in her memory always at JMR Quarter Horses. How lucky were we to have had someone that made saying goodbye so very hard.\r\n\r\nFollowing Joyce's wishes there will be no funeral.