Love You Aunt Jo! Our Love,Thoughts & Prayers are with all the family. Aunt Jo was a very special person, & will be missed very much.
My Condolences to you and your family. I took care of your mom when i worked at Monte Vista. She was a very special person. She will be missed very much. I really loved your mom..
So sorry for your loss. I just found out today from James Karam. A mother is a very special person, and we know she will be missed more than words can convey. Dick Yerby and family
Mrs. Abraham, we know you're resting at Gods' side but wanted you to know we will miss your beautiful smile & great sense of humor...our prayers and condolences to the Abraham Family for your loss.....
Condolences on the passing of your mother.She was the best.
Dear Murray and Family,
My Condolences to you and yours.
Your mother was the greatest lady that I have ever known. I always loved her as a second mother. When ever I seen her my heart always jumped with happines.
Murray, just let you know, I am the last person to know of your dear mother passing. I just now found out wed 14th.
I am so sorry that I could not be with you, my dear friend. Your mother will be missed to the max, but she will always be in my heart for ever.
May God Bless her soul and she rest in peace with the family. With tears running down my face, I close... LOVE
Mrs. Abraham rest with God. Prayers and condolences to Murray and family.
Dear Aunt Jo,
You were my mother's dearest friend. You are now rejoicing with her in Heaven.
Aunt Jo, you will be missed by all that knew you. I loved the summers when came to Pittsburgh and stayed with my Gram, Carmella. I pray you and your bothers, sisters, Uncle Fred, Bobby and Jack are reunited. You will be missed, and we will remember all of the good times , laughter, stories of the good ole days, and of course your cooking!
Cindi Warren, Sylvia, Phil and family Pittsburgh PA
We in the Roberts family will miss you. We just wanted to Thank you and Fred for all the assistance you gave Lynne (Lee) and I in getting through college.
Our hearts and prayers go out to F. Murry and his family .
Rollin ( & Lynne Lee)
We at the Flores family just wanted you to know how much we loved both Fred and Jo and how we will miss Jo. Jo was a dear friend to us.
Our thoughts and prayers go with you and your family during this most difficult time. Sincerely, Jan and Al Flores and family.
You and Fred were like second parents to Lynne (Lee) and I while we were going to school with your son , Jack and living next to you and Fred's mom. She made the greatest Syrian Bread that we starving college students ever had the chance to experience.
If it had not been for you and Fred's kindness and great apartmental rental that Fred and you helped us with, I would have never graduated from UTEP.
We in the Roberts and Lee families will deeply miss you and hope that F. Murry knows our thoughts and prayers go with him and his family during this most difficult of times!
Jo, please say "Hello" to Fred & Jack for us, now that you-all are together there in Heaven !
You are a wonderful memory to me. I am the sister of Andrea, who was your son Bobby's fiance. I was only a young girl when my sister lost her first love Bobby. You and Fred kept our family close to you for many years. I have in my possession a piano which you had in your apartment when your boys were growing up. I spoke with you about it last year. I could not believe how youthful you stayed throughout the years and how you sounded the same as when I first met you. You used to make spaghetti for my little brother and I, and it was so delicious. You took my brother and I bowling because you felt so sorry for us because we didn't have much of a family life. I have cherished this piano that Fred gave to me after Bobby died. It became even more cherished after Murray received the Oscar for Amadeus. Jo, I thank you so much for bringing pizza to us at Andie's house when my mother died in the car accident. You were a gem of a human being who always thought of others in times of crisis. You were a woman without peers and I go to bed tonight with sweet thoughts of your person. Your son fills our lives with enrichment on PBS with his narrations of wonderful nature programs. You were so proud of your boys, and you had every right to be. I lived in the apartment house with Jack and Situ on Ange Street in El Paso. Fred gave my husband and I a wonderful apartment to live in when we first started out as a couple in 1970, and Situ brought us Syrian bread every day and she and I would talk for hours (even though we didn't speak the same language). She loved my little boy Michael and held him in her arms and kissed him while she rocked him to sleep. These are memories of your family that I hold dear to my heart.
Jo, I know you are speeding your way to heaven where you belong. You will be there with Bobby, Jack and Fred and you will be a family again. You lost your sons when they were so young, and you will be reunited with them finally. Maybe you will see Andrea too. Say hello for us. We miss her.
Aunt Jo...you fill so many of my childhood memories. Your love was pure and sweet and kind and without judgement. The world is a sadder place without you here. We love you. Kristen, Tharin, Meighgan, Madysson, and Mayson Gladden
I only knew Josephine from MonteVista but she was a delightful and extremely friendly person. She used to take exercise walks in the hall and we'd bump into each other for a most pleasant exchange. I'll miss her.
Condolences to her family.