Joslyn Nicole Spilsbury Schofield

Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Death Date: June 8, 2018
Birthdate: May 11, 1970
Place Of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah

In Loving Memory

Dear Joslyns family, I am so sorry for your loss. I knew her when she lived in Olympus Cove and would join us for a dinner group of women in the neighborhood. She was so warm, inclusive, and her smile would light up the room. What a tragedy. My prayers are with you all during this tragic time.

Lora Munson
Slc, UT

You do not know me and I do not know you but I got to know Joslyn on Facebook in sometimes fierce discussions about politics and other matters. We always kept respect for each other and I started to appreciate her personality very much. Again, from other Facebook friends I got newspaper clippings from the tragic accident which brought a sudden end to her life too short, It was hard to believe that we had had our very last discussion on Facebook ever. If one can say that I got to know her a littlebit, as far as one can on a medium like Facebook, I knew she was always concerned with people who are an underdog in society, who feel without means to defend themselves. She hoped her daughter would one day look up to her as she did to her mother. She was a person worth knowing. I valued her very much as a Facebook friend I had never met. I am convinced she will continue to spread her wonderful spirit in the realm where she is now. May God bless her and her family, who I am very sure will greatly miss her. I am thankful to have considered her among my most valued Facebook acquaintences. Thank you for having crossed paths with you Joslyn.

Joop Scholte
Amersfoort, NL

Most sincere condolences for the tragic loss of Joslyn. 
Death is and enemy that can fill us with pain and sorrow. please know that there is comfort in God's promise to reunite us with our loved ones, never having to say goodbye again. Jesus is going to make this earth the problem-free paradise that his Father intended it to be. The Bible at Revelation 21:4 says: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." ; John 5:28, 29: "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice " and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, ...." People all over the earth have gained comfort and strength from knowing this, may you and your family do the same. Please visit jw..org  

d mullins rn
dianne.mullins@gmail.com,

Joslyn was so wonderful. I moved to Utah last year and we met at our local park and became fast friends since our girls were close in age. She was real, and kind, and smart, and she was a great mom. She was the kind of person that you could share anything with, and be your true self with (even the messy parts), and she gave zero judgement and so much understanding. We had many really meaningful conversations and in the short time that I knew her she truly made such a positive impact on my life. I'm grateful for her openness and compassion and fun, bubbly personality that just made a person feel good to be near her. My heart breaks for her and all of you, especially sweet Lily. Sending all of my love and wishing you peace in this incredibly difficult time. <3

Lindsey Powell
Holladay , UT

This dear friend and office companion will be greatly missed by us here. Joslyn was always a bright spot in our otherwise busy days. She brought with her a light of hope into our lives. We miss you already Joslyn. Things here will never be the same again. We wish the best for you and your family and especially Lily. God bless you all.

Donadl Jex
Murray, UT

My heart was broken when I learned of Joslyn's passing. She was our neighbor. Every time I saw her she was so lovely and kind. She was such a darling mother, I always enjoyed seeing her walk by with her daughter. They were adorable together. A few days before she passed I noticed that she was especially happy. She was light on her feet and practically glowing. I heard her laughing last week and I thought how wonderful it was that she had found happiness. I barely knew her but you could tell that the sun shone brighter when she was around. I will never forget her or the simple and kind conversations we had in passing. She will be missed.

Kathryn Pahnke
Holladay, UT

Gay, Just wanted you to know that I was thinking of you. What a tragedy .I remember her as a very sweet person.

Becky Arrigo
SLC, UT

My heart goes out to your family. Joslyn was my therapist I hope she knows how much she helped me. I lost my son 2 years ago in a tragic accident. She was helping me get back into life I will not let you down Joslyn I will continue to work on our plan. You will always be in my heart. You will live on by your wisdom that you shared with me. R.I.P. We lost an amazing Woman and gained a perfect angle.

Windi Forster
West Valley City , UT

I met Joslyn during undergrad classes in sociology. She struck me then as such a vibrant and intelligent woman. And she has crossed my mind over the years. 
 
This is a true tragedy. Joslyn was obviously loved and loved those around her, including her daughter. It breaks my heart that she was taken from her loved ones so early.

Eric Schnibbe
Salt Lake City, UT

All my condolences Gay Lynne. I have a daughter that is exactly the same age as Joclyn and I can't imagine the pain and sadness you must feel. My thoughts and prayers are with you.. Love 
 
Eva.

Eva Syphus
Centerville, UT

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