Joe,was our dear neighbor for 11 years,we loved him and so did our family,he really enjoy everytime we send over food and pieces of birthday cakes.He also enjoyed having coffee with Dennis and talking about world events.There isn't a day go by that Dennis and I talk about Joe especially when we look at his house.until we meet again see him and Lise both.God Bless his family saddley missed by Dennis and Arlene Hammer
Joe and I were in the Masonry Dept together, played football there together and went to boot camp together. We always had a great time together. Regrettably, we lost touch after that as time went on, but Joe will always be remembered as one of the "good guys" in my life. To his family and friends, I am very sorry for your loss.
To Joe's family:
I worked with him at Sandlapper and he was one of the nicest guys I know! I don't think there was one person that didn't get along well with him! He was friendly, always had a smile and shared a joke or two. I wound up finding out he lived close to me. After Sandlapper moved, I ran into him quite frequently around town. I also was blessed to become friends with Liz. What has helped me is knowing he is with her now. I will miss him. My sympathies to you all,
Linda (Walker) Uhde and family
To Joe, my friend, with love and respect,St. Cyrils and high school and all of the rest.
I'll cherish the memories,I'll never forget.
The years went by so quickly,
Your friendship and love was truly the best,
but now the "TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN"
To all the Yanzo and Maestro family...we are saddened by your loss and pray that the LORD will comfort you and hold you during this time of sorrow.