I just came across Joseph Broz's obituary through Ancestry.com. I know Joe Broz through my previous landlord Greg Ruble Dublin Ohio who owned a multifamily property on OSU campus and the Grandview area. Joe would do various work for Greg on the properties. Joe always had a great sense of humor and enjoyable to talk to. R.I.P. Joseph Broz.
i'm going to miss you joe. thanks for all you done.
sorry to hear of this passing. i'm one of joe's, man-man friends-fred toban. joe was a wonderful man he really taught me alot when i got out of prison. he always came to see me in and out of prison. he took me fishing and dinner and had very meaning words for me. last i saw him was in december. i will truly miss him. fred toban.
Joe was a good friend for many years. He was always kind and always did things for others. I will miss him and know that he will be missed. I have kept in contact constantly with him over about 25 years. We did many things together and I helped him at times with his home improvement business. He will always be a great memory in my life.
I met Joe at CAS. Although I haven't seen him in many years, I have good memories of him - he was always cheerful and willing to help anyone who needed assistance. My sympathies go out to his family and close friends.
Joseph went far beyond the average person in offering help to others. He was a very,very special person and will be greatly missed
I am sorry to hear about Joe. He was in the CAS bowling league for a few years. He was a very personable person.
I will really miss Joe. I met him when I was a new member in Kiwanis in 1981.
YES HE SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT GUY BUT I KNOW HE HAD A GREAT SISTER THAT HUNG WITH HIM THROUGH THINK AND THIN..SAD I NEVER GOT TO KNOW HIM
Sincerest condolences to Joe's family and friends, I'm sure he will be greatly missed. My husband and I only had the pleasure of meeting Joe a few times, but he really made an impact, what a kind man he was. So sorry to hear of his passing. The world could sure use a few more like him. We know that unfortunately he really struggled with his health the past few years, may he rest in peace.
Thank you for your friendship the past 47 years.
Joe was always there to lend a hand. He went well beyond friendship. He enjoyed our trips to woodworking shows, I think he owned most tools in existence. Joe loved sawdust. We dined
often he loved good food. Joe always had the name of a electrician, plumber, or the source for most project materials. Joe only knew friends. Joe was extremely generous of his time and resources and kindness.