Joy Colleen Ryan Jack, 92, of Cameron, WV, went home to be with her Lord and Savior peacefully with her daughter at her side on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. She was born in Moundsville, WV on March 19, 1929, to the late Otis and Mary (Pelley) Ryan. Also in addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 68 years, James Jack, Jr.; son Richard Leroy Jack; grandson James Stacey Young; great-grandson Braxton James Young; sisters Marvel Ryan Wood and Pauline Ryan Pasco; and brothers Herbert & Thomas Ryan. Surviving are her daughter Judy Young McFadden of Cameron, WV; granddaughters Melissa (Scott) Fletcher of Wheeling, WV and Penney (Kevin) Yoder of Meyersdale PA; great-grandchildren Chelsea (AJ) Cook of Columbus, OH, Emma & Liza Fletcher of Wheeling, WV, and Alexa & Aiden Young of Moundsville, WV; great-great-grandchildren Joslin James Young Wright and expected Jarison Jude Young Millikan of Moundsville, WV; brothers Robert (Mary Margaret) Ryan, Budd Otis Ryan, and William (Helen) Ryan; sisters Nancy Carney, Margaret Whipkey, Shirley Tyler, and Linda (Jerry) Sears; and many nieces and nephews .Joy graduated from Moundsville High School. She was a former employee of Marx Toy Plant, managed Joy’s Dairy Delight ice cream truck for several years, and retired from Co-Owner & Operator of Jack’s Feed and Supply Store of 30 years along side of her husband, Jim. She dearly loved the store and customers. She and Jim were also members of the American Motorcycle Association, affiliated with Smiths Harley-Davidson with their lifelong friends Larry and Martha Smith, once rode from Canada to Florida. She attended and served the Clouston Methodist Church for numerous years until the church closed, and she became a member of the Cameron Baptist Church. She had wonderful church friends from the Clouston Church, including Lucille Chambers, Midge Robinson, Relda Wright, Betty Whipkey, Bertha Mae Lily, and Lena Lough. She loved her grandchildren dearly and she loved planting flowers. She made numerous crazy quilts and hooked rugs over her lifetime, and she was always doing something creative. The family would like to thank all the nurses and aides who took care of her at the Good Shepherd Nursing Home. The family would also like to thank Ohio Valley Hospice for its care, especially Ellen. The funeral service will be held Friday, March 11, 2022 from 12-3pm at the Cameron Baptist Church with Pastor Michael Kelly officiating, and it will be followed by a dinner provided by the ladies of the Cameron Baptist Church. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Homes.