The USS Sea Robin SS-407 Association mourns the loss of our SHIPMATE Joe Belmont. Joe served aboard this submarine as QM3(SS) in 1948 and was well liked and respected. He will be missed by all of his shipmates and remembered at all of our future meeting and gatherings.
We extend our deepest sympathies to his family, friend and shipmates.
Sailor, rest your oar.
JOE WAS AN AMAZING MAN AND WILL BE MISSED BY SO VERY MANY PEOPLE! HE WAS ALWAYS SUCH A BRIGHT STAR AND WE ALL LOOKED FORWARD TO SEEING HIM HERE AT WILLOW TREE DENTAL. ADELE AND FAMILY, YOU ARE IN OUR THOUGHTS AT SUCH A DIFFICULT TIME. WE'LL NEVER FORGET HIM!!
DOCTOR'S AND STAFF OF WILLOW TREE DENTAL
Joe was a part of our "family" at the "tire Shop" He was an AMAZING person. Our deepest sympathy goes out to his family. God Bless you Joe - We love you! Kip & Holly Romans and family
Joe - if you knew Joe - "nuff said and if you did not the book is not big enough. Joe and I developed a great relationship through aviation. In my personal life he was a friend beyond description and the best man in Leonard's and my wedding. Joe was instrumental in making me who I am today and I hope I made his life a bit nicer as well. Save me a seat, Joe. Shay Hoffman ATP
Joe was my best buddy throughout my adult life. We shared more experiences than I could ever describe. One, I recall, happened at Malden,Mo.where we were in pilot training school. On my first solo day, the group was going to throw me in the swimming pool after supper. I told Joe that I would not allow it and would take half the guys with me. He said, "Relax, this is not a challenge, but a tradition." God Bless him.
I worked with Joe at Meridian Police dept. Anytime I stopped in the hall to visit with Joe...as I walked away into my day I felt like I was an awesome person Joe's ability to make you feel good about yourself was such a treasure. He will be a great memory. Bless you Joe!