This man will be forever missed in my heart. For as long as I live. & I honestly can't wait to see him again. He was my vo-tech teacher. & The last thing I remember him saying to me was "what happened to the old sam? The one that always wanted to learn new things..." Those words hit me like a bullet going through a heart... So the next few days, I started trying as hard as I can to get back to the way I used to be... Christmas vacation then started, and then dec 29... I got a text saying "Mr. B died..." I will never forget the way I felt... the sleepless nights. The days I had a tech where I didnt want ANYONE talking to me. All I wanted was Mr B back... He was and always will be my Idol. I love you<3
I am so shocked and saddened to hear about Joe. Although I don't think that anyone in Joe's family and I know each other, I remember him very fondly. Years ago, a car that my sister and I were driving broke down on High Street in Waynesburg and Joe stopped to help us. It took substantial effort on Joe's part to repair the car, but he simply refused to leave us stranded. I was always so grateful that it was Joe who happened by; what a kind person. My thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Joe's family.
Joe will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. He always had a joke or laugh to share. Most of the time they were funny. He was always available to lend a hand, or give advice. I'm sorry we haven't seen each other in a couple of years.
Dear Rita, I'm very sorry for your loss. Joe was a good person. You spoke higly of him when you came in for clinic. My sympathy goes out to you and your family.
~ Ashley Fox GCCTC