Joyce Marie Kimble, 55, of Sycamore, Pa., formerly of Cameron, WVa. died at 9:55 a.m. Monday, November 5, 2012 in her home after a courageous battle with cancer while being surrounded by her family.She was born on January 31, 1957 in Washington, Pa a daughter of Ann Lowery Litman of Claysville, Pa. and the late George Ruben Litman and had been a resident of Cameron. WVa. for several years prior to moving to Morris Twp. in 1993.Mrs. Kimble was a 1975 graduate of McGuffey High School.She was a former nurses aid at the Cameron Rehab Center (Cameron, WVa.) and the former Beverly Health Care Center (Waynesburg) prior to be employed as a school bus driver in the West Greene School District by Petermann Transportation (former Grim Transportation) for over 16 years prior to retirement due to ill health.Mrs. Kimble had been a member of the Women of the Moose in Waynesburg since 1996, the Alley Cats bowling team at the Alpine Lanes in Washington and the Teamsters Union # 491.She enjoyed gardening, raising flowers, and camping out west, in Hickory Hollow Campground, and Black Water Falls, WVa., was an avid bowler for several years, and loved spending time with her grandchildren.On January 20, 1996 she married David Reid Kimble who survives.Surviving in addition to her mother and husband are five daughters, Billie Jo, wife of Gordon Henry of Nineveh, Jessica, wife of David Ammons of Wadestown, Amanda Bedillion, Angie, wife of Chuck Cramer of Deep Valley, Jennifer, wife of Michael Marshall of Metz; three sons, JD Bedillion of Prosperity, Chad, husband of Whitney Bedillion of San Diego, Ca, and Jason Kimble of Claysville, Pa; five sisters, Nancy, wife of Dennis Lyle of Taylorstown, Pa, Linda, wife of Roy Ealy of Claysville, Pa, Louise, wife of John Hildreth of Sycamore, Pa, Delilah (HP), wife of Paul (Boz) Shriver of Claysville, Pa, and Sandy, wife of Bruce Cowden of Prosperity, Pa; nine grandchildren, Tristan, Nate, Alivia, Ivy, Zoey, Ruby, Alex, Feona, and Zach; several nieces and nephews; and countless friends.Deceased is her father, George Ruben Litman.The family suggests memorial contributions be made to your local chapter of the American Cancer Society.