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April 8, 2014
A full life well lived. Rest in peace Joe. I'm honored to have known you for so many years.
March 29, 2014
Fair Winds and Following Seas Joe. Thank you for your service.
March 28, 2014
Thanks for your service to our country. RIP
March 28, 2014
Mr Zikewich came to tell our cub scout den Pack 59 about his life as a youngster in the depression and his escape into the Navy. He told the boys about his training days and a little bit about WWII. It was an honor for us the parents and the boys to hear his stories and learn from him. We are very grateful that he was able to come and share his experiences with us. We are very sad about his passing. We will remember him for his kindness and his insuppressible zest for life.

The Bear Cub scouts of pack 59
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