Thinking of Joe and how proud he would be of his family who camped out in his room for a week. The cycle of life is set to continue this spring with the anticipation of 2 new grandchildren.
3 of your caregivers, deb, Ellen, mendy.
I had your dads Garlic spaghetti and there was nothing like it. I loved it until I had to talk with someone after eating it. Joe had a great sense of humor and was fun to work with. I am truly sorry that he has left us. He will be missed.
Joe was so positive, even when all was down around him. Your father was a wonderful guy, I am so sorry for your loss.
To the family of Joe, we appreciated his passion for life, commitment to his job and co-workers. He was a Super Veteran and Shipmate, who served his country by putting himself in harms way to protect fellow Sailors and Marines. We are all very thankful for all he gave. Fair Winds and Following Seas. David D. Smith MSC, USNR-ret, Ford ret.
wee very sorry tohear of yuor loss wee
send yuo our deepest sympathy.
our thouthts are with yuo
rest in peace Joe you will be missed.catch you on the flip side.......
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
You & your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your incredible loss.
Your smile, your laughter,your vivacious personality-etched forever in our hearts and thoughts. We all loved you, cousin. We are so sad you have left us. We love you always and will miss you each and every day. The family circle is broken. One of us is missing.......
You were a great older brother, Joe! I'll love you forever and will miss your crazy laugh & sense of humor. ~your little sister Patti
Always a joy to be around. Very fun loving guy
As a neighbor and a friend, Joe truly enjoyed his photography and interest in classic cars.I enjoyed his company when he would just pop over and visit.God love you my fellow Navy Veteran, Ken Semling.