Barbara, Michael, and Katy;
Words cannot begin to describe how deeply sorry we all are for your loss. Joe was a wonderful, gentle man who will always be missed.
I believe that Mark Twain said it best when he stated "Let us live so that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry."
I truly believe Joe lived up to that ideal.
May your father rest in peace. Prayers to you and your family.
Sincerely,Christine, Larry and Nicholas Rosensweet
Michael & Family - Only meet your Dad once or twice at Denean & Steve's but remember him as a personable & happy person.So sorry for your loss.
Love Val & Larry Rosensweet
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Dear Michael and family,
Stuart and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. We will be thinking of you and will look forward to seeing you the next time you come to visit Steve and Denean. Deepest Sympathy, Donna DeGraw
Michael and Family, Gordon and I offer you our deepest sympathy and we are with you in thoughts and prayers. Nancy Probasco and Gordon Kirk
Dear Barbara, Michael and Katy:
We have very fond memories of a truly wonderful and loving uncle that we will always cherish. We will miss his warmth and humor and his special knack for sharing stories from some of the adventures of his amazing life.
Joe will always hold a very special place in our hearts.
With all our love,
Bev & Greg
Barbara, Mike and Katy
What a nice man Joe was. Our family get-togethers will not be the same without him. My prayers are always with him.
With deepest sympathy---Betsy
Some of my fondest memories of growing up include fishing on Babcock Lake. You were always so kind in welcoming us into your home.
The memory that I will always have of Uncle Joe's is his smile as he sat outside on the patio, watching us, kids that we were, as Jamie and I climbed the hill to the bunk house so that we could gather fire wood.
It is that image that gives me comfort and I hope that it is a memory that reminds you of how simple and powerful the love of a good family can be.
The thoughts and prayers of my family are with you now and always.
Bill, Denise, Sophie, and Katie
So sorry to hear about your father Katy, Thinking of you and your family at this time
Michael and Family:
Please accept my deepest condolences. In the short time we've worked together, I can tell from your stories how special your relationship with your father was. All your friends at work are thinking of you.
Aunt Barbara, Katy, Michael, and other family members and friends,
We are so deeply sorry to hear about Uncle Joe's passing. We loved him with all our hearts and will always remember his accomplishments, kindness, warm smile, and strong love of and pride in his family. May you find comfort in many happy memories together.
Love and prayers,
Irene, Steve, Laura, and James
God Bless you and watch over you. With Love The Probasco's
Forever in our hearts. God Bless. With Love, Steve and Denean Probasco and Family
Katy, Michael and Barbara,
We are very sorry to hear about Joe. I have very fond memories of hanging out with your dad at Babcock Lake, at the camp, Saratoga Race Track, horseshoe tournaments and other wonderful memories.
Please know your are in our thoughts and prayers.
When we cross over the Hudson River, using the George Wahington Bridge's lower level, we will always remember Mr. Hayden. A sweet man with a great smile he was.
With sympathy, The Pierpont Family
We loved you Joe and remember allthe great times together you will always be in our hearts marion and john galletti
Sorry to hear about Joe.Always enjoyed his company,especially on the golf course,at Saratoga or the many social functions at Babcock Lake.He was a true gentleman and a class act.He will be truly missed.Enjoy the memories of joyful times together.My prayers and sympathy to all.May he rest in peace.
'Tanker Joe', the 'Velvet Fog', Poppie, Dad, friend. whatever we called him we all know Joe was a kind and gentle man with an enormous heart. Condolences to the Hayden clan.
Katy: Sorry for the loss of your father. Deepest Symapthies to you and your family.
Allison Consentino Culpeper Virginia
So sorry to hear of his passing. He made a wonderful daughter.
Thanks for letting us know about your Father - I am sending you sympathy from Philadelphia, and the Widener Family.
Barbara, Michael, Kathleen ~ our deepest sympathy on your loss. Joe remembers fondly the Babcock Lake days ~ good memories ~ praying you find memories and the love and support of family and friends bring you comfort during this time and the year of "firsts" without him.
Barb and family, sorry about the loss of Joe. We had great times at Babcock Lake over the years with Joe at the golf tourny,functions at the center, or just taking about sports,Hoosick Falls,or as he and I discuss last summer, all the memories of people that spent years at the lake. And last,we loved when Joe came to the golf tourney with the box of NJ tomatoes .Are prayers go out to the family.
Dear Barbara, Mike and Kathleen,we are saddened to hear about Joe. He was a lifelong friend and will be deeply missed.