Claudia (and the entire Fedele family), I am so sorry for your loss! I know how hard it is - please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers! Linda Akos Richmond
I am so sorry for your loss. I just found out and I know your Father was a great family man. I have some great memories and will cherish them forever of Euclid and our neighborhood. God Bless. Love Wally Kuhen
May the God of Love provide comfort during this difficult time. We are very sorry for your loss. 1 John 4:8
My Deepest Sympathy To the Fedele Family my Prayers are with you all....daniel valore and, family....
Joe will be missed by all. He was a wonderful, caring man and a great Physical Therapist.
Thank you for always encouraging me and challenging me to do better. You were the driving force in getting me through college and beyond.
I works with Joe at Rosemary Home in the 1960. I was a high school junior. joe was my inspiration to become a Pt and I have been a PT for 43 years. Thank you Joe. Thanks to your daughter, I was able to re-visit with you just a few years ago... Bob Kinley
Uncle Joe, you will be in my hear forever!! From the moment I met you...You, made me feel as one of the family and can't ever imagine my life without you....Love you forever, Myra
Joe and Family,
Our Deepest Sympathy on the loss of your Father, Joe.
Dave & Phyllis Sprochi
I write to send my sympathy to the Fedele family upon Joe's passing. I worked with Joe for a short time at TLC. I am blessed to have received one of the lovely wooden boxes that Joe made for people; it is one of my favorite little treasures. RIP Joe, you will be missed by many.
I worked with Joe in home health, he was an amazing PT and an even more amazing man. Nothing compares to his lab coat and cowboy boots! He brought a smile to everyone who knew him. My deepest sympathies to the Fedele family.
Joe, we thought of you and Ruth as family and enjoyed every get-together. Greg is like a brother to me, so I know how much he will miss you. I hope you are resting peacefully, knowing your entire family loved you very much and will remember you always. Love, Susie, Jack, Sean & Kyle
Uncle Joe, You will truly be missed. I remember well, you telling me that if I waited to marry Myra, before paying off my car, that I wouldn't be getting married. So, I married Myra with the car payment in place. You were were such a great help in our remodeling project, making it absolutely fun to do. And all the injuries you helped us recuperate from. Almost an endless list there. We know you are safe in the House of our Lord, now that you have accomplished His plan for you. We will see you again when our lives have completed His plans for us. Rest in peace Uncle Joe
Uncle Joe. . . I will miss you dearly and will remember all of the good times over the many, many years we all had the privilege of sharing in your life. God Bless you and rest in peace. . .
There are so many memories of you, Uncle Joe. When I mentioned that I would marry Myra as soon as I paid off my car and you siaid "well, you'll never get married then"...Myra and I married, with the car payment still in place. All the injuries that you helped us through. We've learned how to handle those injuries. All the help you provided when renovating our home. Such fun you made of the project. You certainly spent your time on earth just the way it was planned for you. We will miss you so much but we also know you are now enjoying your time with our Lord and Creator. We will see you again when we have accomplished our own missions. We love you, Uncle Joe. Thomas and Myra
Rest in peace dear Joe. We have so many happy memories
with you, Ruth and our families. I will miss you.
Memories! I have so many. I loved "my" Uncle Joe so much. He was there for me in every stage of my life, as a child, as a teen, when engaged, married, and through all my crisis. We may have been miles apart but our bond was always there. I called on his support so many times. He was always there to comfort me. I love you and will miss so much much Uncle Joe. I loved you like a dad!
I grew up right across the street from the Fedele family where Claudia became my close friend the summer before our 4th grade. I will always remember Mr. Fedele as being a loving, nurturing, and caring father to Joey, Claudia, Verona, Gregory and little Christopher. Most of all a loving husband and constant companion to Mrs. Fedele. they were always side by side and I don't recall ever seeing one without the other.
I smile to myself whenever I think of Mr. Fedele's pride in being Italian and of his love in displaying the colors of the Italian flag.
I remember Summers on 208 and going Camping "Fedele Style" - I remember Mr. Fedele holding me while I tried to learn how to ride Claudia's unicycle - rushing me to the hospital when I cut my wrist and staying with me in the emergency room until they were done with my stitches - I remember Mr. Fedele's office and him offering my dad help and advice with his back problems and visiting him in the hospital. I loved his woodworking and the Adderrondac chairs that he built. And I remember him being a presence at Holy Cross Church on Sunday mornings passing out the collection basket.
Mr. Fedele has always been known as "Dr. Fedele" to me and he will always be part of my childhood memories and a great part of my growing up years. He was the "Heart of 208" and will be deeply missed by all who grew up there. With loving memories, Christine (Chrestoff) Taylor.
I first met "Uncle" Joe when I injured my knee in my junior high school years. He was the physical therapist at Euclid General Hospital, and he left a big impression of how patient, kind, and personable he was. Years later I married his niece and became part of his extended family.
I talked with him and spent more time with him than all of my "real" uncles combined. I know he will be greatly missed, and his graciousness lives on in the large family he leaves behind.