Joe was a great guy. I have many fond members of him from our days at St.X, the St.X band and as a fellow member of the elite "Cruddy Buddies".
To Joe's family,
Joe was truly a special friend to Mom- Norma Whyte. He was such a blessing to our entire family. You have our deepest sympathy.
My deepest sympathies.
Perhaps you can find some comfort.
Thinking of you all during this difficult time. All our love and support.
Our family in Florida is so sorry for your loss. When Dad-Jim-passed last year, Joe added such comfort, humor and smiles. I will always cherish the stories he shared. I also find it amazing that my husband, Geof, delivered papers to Carol and Joe long before I met him. He has also been touched by Joe's kindness and love of life. Our prayers are with you, but I know he is being welcomed home with much celebration--and bourbon!
We will miss being there to celebrate his very special, magnificent life!
Angi, Geof, and Gracie
So saddened by joe's passing. Just glad I that got to know him.
I'm sure the angels are gathered around listening to your stories. I will forever cherish our talks~ and I will always hold you in my heart~
Rest easy Uncle Joe, I love you!
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Margie and Joe,
Our sympathy, our love, and our & your family.
Ruth & Jim Van Buren
The Villages, FL
May peace be with the Borst family.
RIP, Uncle Joe. We'll miss you.
Thank you for your service to our country. Rest in God's eternal peace. From a grateful American.
To the Family:
As Joe's former pastor, I want to express my sympathy to the family. Joe was a very devoted and involved member of the parish and a pleasure to work with. I am sorry I am out of town and unable to attend the funeral.
To Joe's family, you have my deepest sympathy. I know Joe from working at Allegra. He was such a kind and generous man and great friend. I am broken-hearted to hear of his passing. I'll never forget him.
Margie and family you all are in my prayers and have my deepest sympathy.What a nice man that I always enjoyed talking with when he and your Mom would be at the birthday celebrations,he always told me that I was like part of the family.He will be missed.Love Debbie Whittenberg