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Joseph L. PROSSER Sr. Obituary
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December 04, 2016

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December 04, 2016

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May 7, 2016
Please know your family is in my prayers and I will Spanky and I will offer Mass tomorrow for your Dad. Christ's peace,
Keith
May 7, 2016
To the Prosser Family,
Agnes and I extend our deepest sympathy for your loss. Joe was a good friend and we will miss our visits to him.
May 6, 2016
Dear Lizann and the family of Joe Prosser,
I did not know Joe but I am sure he was a wonderful man who had a zest for life. I am thinking of you and your loss this week.
My deepest sympathies
Barbara Teele
May 6, 2016
We were very sorry to hear about the passing of Mr. Prosser. We wanted you to know that you are all in our prayers and that we have been thinking about you all.

He was a good man with a very very interesting personality. I always enjoyed talking with him on our short visits to his home. Which leads me to another point about how generous he was to have lets us and everybody else have freedom to roam around his house and property at his annual 4th of July celebrations. He and his wife always made everyone feel so welcome. They fed us, let us use they facilities, and treated us like family.

His legacy will be a hard act to follow! I know he will be missed by many many people who have a lot of fond memories of him.

Respectfully and sincerely,

Mike & Julie
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