I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mr.Seifert. My thoughts and prayers are with you all
Madeline, I was so sorry to read of Joes passing. Joe was my mentor when I made Sgt. I remember you and Joe sitting behind Carol & I at the Sat. night mass at St. Stans. You both will be in my prayers.
Madeline Seifert and family
My condolences to the entire Seifert Family. It was great knowing and working with Joe, a real gentleman.
Maxine, I am so sorry for you loss. I always thought your father was such a nice man, a real gentleman. I am also sorry that I just read this today as I would have been there on Sunday had I know in time. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Madeline, I was so sorry to read of Joe's passing. I will always remember visiting your house at Christmas to bring your ornament. Joe was a kind man who helped me a lot when I started with TPD and he is someone I will never forget. I will keep Joe and yourself in my prayers.
Patty and family, Sorry to hear of your loss. Sounds like he had a very rewarding life, must be proud !! - Sue Volpe ( Ruther Glen , Va )
My sincere condolences to the Siefert Family. Joe was a close friend with my Dad (Joe Kostival Sr) They shared alot,the old neighborhood, the job, and I'm sure war stories. To me, a man that I looked up to when on the job. Rest in Peace. Gone but not forgotten!
There is no measure of a man who journeys through this world and leaves it better than it was. the greatest way we can honor his giving is to cherish his legacy and carry on what he gave to us. RIGHT HAND SALUTE TO YOU OFFICER JOSEPH A.SEIFERT. May God Bless your family and give them strength.
To Patty, and Joseph's family, we are very sorry for your loss. After reading his history, he must have truly been a remarkable human being. May wonderful memories of your time spent together help to comfort you.
Joe was an amazing man. He always had the nicest smile and always knew how to make others smile. May he rest in peace and comfort come to his family. Much love xoxo
He was my first Lt. at TPD. A wonderful man and mentor. He will be missed. My condolences to his family.
26 January 2013
To the family of Joseph A. Seifert:
On behalf of the Mercer Co. Federation of Holy Name Societies, I would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family of our deceased spiritual brother, Joseph.
May he, who was so devoted to God in his life, now find a home with Him in heaven. Eternal rest upon his soul and may eternal light shine upon him.
Sick & Vigil Committee Chairman
I WORKED WITH JOE IN THE TRENTON POLICE DEPT & THEN AT THE NJ LOTTERY AND WHEN I TELL YOU HE WAS A CLASS GUY I REALLY MEAN IT. HE WAS ALWAYS A GENTLEMEN & CLEAN LIVING PERSON? WAS SAD TO READ THIS OBITUARY THIS MORNING AND MY CONDOLENCE GOES OUT TO HIS FAMILY. GOD BLESS THIS WONDERFUL MAN AS I KNOW HE WILL!
Joe was a wonderful man and he will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.
My deepest sympathy in the loss of Joe. He was a great friend and it was always a pleasure to speak with him. We met during our days at the City and I could always count on Joe for help when needed. He will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace in Post Everlasting. May the Good Lord give you strength and courage to carry on in the days ahead without Joe. God Bless You All.