- 30 May 1911
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- 19 September 1998
Major Joyce Whitworth was Assistant Commander, Eastern Command New South Wales (NSW), Australian Women's Army Service. She was discharged from the Army Service on 27 June 1946. From 1959 until 1972 she was President of the Australian Women's Army Service Association (NSW). On the 21st Anniversary of the Australian Women's Army Service, Joyce Whitworth planted an Australian Gum (Lemon Eucalyptus) in Hyde Park on the western side of the War Memorial, in the presence of Lt-General Sir John Northcott. For services to the community, Joyce Whitworth was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire on 8 June 1968. In 1989 Joyce Whitworth became Patron of the Council of Ex-Servicewomen's Associations (NSW), a position she held until her death on 19 September 1998.