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May 01, 2016

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July 14, 2014
A great man who gave so generously of himself to so many. He was a friend to all and we all adored him. May his memory be eternal.
July 13, 2014
One of the sweetest uncles a girl could ever have. I will miss him terribly, but I know I will see him again. Love you a whole bunch Uncle Joe.
July 11, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear about Joe. Growing up we were at his home often and were very close. He and my dad, Richard Ackman, were cousins and were able to visit the last time he was in PA. Joe was a wonderful person and I'm sure he has received his eternal reward as my dad did this past Easter. When we noticed he was absent from the Memorial Day parade we wondered about his health. May God comfort and strengthen you through this sad time but give you peace in knowing he is with Him.
Terri Ackman Nath
July 11, 2014
Dear Joe, Mary, and Family,

All who knew you were saddened to hear of your passing. Your selfless contributions to your friends and family will be long remembered.
I first met you when you were the D.D.G.M and I was advancing through the "chairs" in Monessen Lodge No. 638. The way you conducted yourself in that office was a credit to Freemasonry and left a lasting and positive impression on me for the remainder of our fraternal friendship. Our paths would cross many times during our Masonic journey and ultimately go into hibernation, until I joined the Mid-Mon Valley Shipmates. Once again, there you were putting all your energies, as Commander, into making that group of Veterans into the best that it could be. You were a true leader among men.
Well done thou good and faithful servant.
R.I.P.
Allen
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