Joe, you were one of my all time favorite people. Your outlook on life was contagious and upbeat! Truly sorry we had lost touch. RIP Jo
I was searching the internet to find you again, dearest dreamer. Many years ago, your kind spirit and quirky sense of humor changed my life for the better and I am grateful to have known you.
I wish I could have found you sooner to share one more hug.
Joe's stepdad Max was a youth minister at our church, Red Bridge United Methodist Church back in the 80s. I have a pleasant memory of Joe playing the Beatles' Blackbird on his guitar. He seemed to be a gentle, kind, and peaceful soul. May he rest in peace.
Joe, I'm still laughing when we watched Used Cars at your house and had bacon and eggs and several beers and football all day. See ya on the flip....
Farewell my friend. I loved you like the brother I never had.
You seemed to know how to live life. We need so many more that do. God Bless.
Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal; it tis a better place.
I played with Joe many times and spent alot of time over at his house as teenagers. I will miss him.
May God Bless You Joe. Rest in peace.
God's speed Joe. You knew the true meaning of the word friend. You will be missed very much.