"The joyfulness of a man prolongeth his days". Here's to JOE~!
I so enjoyed reading about your father. My father is one of those "happy band of cohorts" at the Esplanade who went out to dinner with him each week. I know my father will miss him very much. He was one of the only people he seemed to connect with so well and I know they enjoyed throwing back a drink together! I had the pleasure of meeting Joe when I visited from Seattle and hung out at their table in the dining room a few times. It was enlightening to read more about his life and all that he accomplished.
"Here's to Joe"
Our thoughts are with your family,
Always kind,Always smiling,Here`s to you Uncle Joe.Love,Bruce and Cindy
What a wonderful story about an admirable man! Joe was always very kind to us and our children on those infrequent but memorable occasions when we would see him on trips to the colonies from England. Joe showed great interest in our lives and what we did in our work and free time. His children, grandchildren and great grandchildren have had a remarkable role model.
This is such a beautiful story. I met your Dad several times when we were teenagers. He was such a nice man. His life exemplifies what determination and hard work can do to be successful and happy. He should be a role model for
all those who say, "I can't". Joe Zannetti said, "I can", and he did it! !!li Anything is possible after reading this wonderful story of his interesting life. Love and prayers go out to all the family. And of course, Love !