• Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home
    Austin, TX
In partnership with the Dignity Memorial® network
Joseph B. Aucoin 1940 - 2011
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May 31, 2011
Happy Birthday Dad! I miss you very much, however I am happy to know you are with mom, and you are not sick anymore. Thank you for being good adoptive parents to me. Love you both, Vernice Harris-Forbes
May 30, 2011
you were always my hero,uncle burt..you were the reason i went into the army...i love and miss you terribly...jerry snyder
February 14, 2011
February 13, 2011
February 13, 2011
I met Joe when he was assigned as an Army Advisor to the National Guard at Camp Mabry in the early '80's. He was a very gentle person and liked to talk about his family. I remember his wry smile and sense of humor. I am sorry for your loss. Annie Meehan
February 11, 2011
Thank you DAD for serving our country and serving your family and friends well. You will be missed dearly. I know you are in a better place and you are with mom. I thank God for all you have done for me. Encouragement,Love and guidance. Words really cannot convey how much respect and love I have for you. I shall always cherish my memories of you. To my extended family I love you as well. Be blessed and know God loves you and so did DAD. Let us keep his memory alive by emulating his character.
Love always your adopted daughter.
February 10, 2011
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
February 09, 2011
To the family of SGM Joe Aucoin, I am very sorry for your loss and it was my honor and privilege to serve with Joe as part of the Texas ARNG Logistics staff.
Joe and I worked together on audits as well as just chewing the fat and he will be greatly missed as much as fondly remembered always!
Joe always had a good story to tell or would make sure he stopped on the road to get his winning scratch off lottery tickets, he had the best luck!
God Bless you all and Joe.
February 09, 2011
Thank you, Joseph, for your service to our country.
February 09, 2011
I worked with Joe under the Directorate of Maintenance. I personally enjoyed talking with Joe and discussing politics and other issues that concerned us. Joe was one of a kind and always brought a smile to my face. Joe was a true professional and always completed the mission with exceptional results. I will always remember Joe's laugh and warm smile. God Bless.

SGM Ronald Kirkpatrick
Retired TXARNG
February 09, 2011
To the family of SGM Joe Aucoin, I truly enjoyed working with Joe over the past years, we would talk about our days in Viet Nam. Joe was a true professional in his many years of being a logistician. Joe was a wealth of knowledge in all areas of supply. If you asked him a question that he wasn't quite sure of he would find the correct answer by searching all of his resources. I will dearly miss our conversations. God Bless you all and God Bless Joe.

Bob DePasqual 1SG Retired
February 08, 2011
To the family of SGM Aucoin: Unfortunately, I never met you, Joe's family. Joe worked for me when I was the Assistant USPFO for Texas and later as USPFO. The SGM was one of the most honorable, professional and ethical soldiers I have had the priviledge to be acquainted with. Joe was truly THE LOGISTICIAN. He was a walking encyclopedia of knowledge. Whenever he inspected a unit, he was thorough and called the "shots" like he saw them. Stearn in keeping with his military background, he always sat down with a young supply Seargeant, and taught him the correct way to do things. Because of that, he was highly respected throughout the Army National Guard and active Army as well. He will be sorely missed.
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