Dear Barb and Robert,
I learned of Joe's passing from the program at the Kennedy Center. He and you enriched my life for which I am grateful. I know many that have and will continue to share this sentiment. I shall not forget him. I hope that you will remember him every time you hear the birds and beautiful music.
All my best,
So Sorry to hear of the passing of your father , it has been over a year now and still i remember how much he has done for his country. He will always be remembered .
In March this year I found out my second
cousin Joe had passed away and was very sad.
The last time I saw Joe was at my Fathers (Halle Britton Havers)funeral in March 1979 and Joe offered some words of comfort.My grandmother(Laura E.Havers)
is the sister to Lewis A. Allbritton
and gave me my middle name Lewis after
him,born on his birthday April 26.Uncle
Lewis and Aunt Ada were very kind to me
and we was always celebrated birthdays at
their house.Dad would take us on weekends to the Allbritton's horse ranch to visit the cousin's and I got to
learn to ride horse's.This was in the 1960's
and I was very young having trouble remembering all the name except for Joe
and Sonny.In 1973 dad told me Joe was
moving to Washington and bought a newspaper business and did not no much
more about it.I recently got a computer
and what an amazing life Joe has lived.He
has been blessed with a beautiful family and I prayed for God to bring
comfort and his peace to them in there time of
Sorry to hear about uncle Joe's passing.I did'nt know him that well but I do remember him when I was a child.Allbritton's cafeteria years ago in Houston.We had also connected in the early 90's .
We were saddened to hear of Mr. Allbritton's passing, but know he is in our Heavenly Father's enduring care. We have many wonderful memories of him and our many years in his employ. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Robert, Elena, Alex and Katie during this difficult time.
TO THE FAMILY ,A FEW WORDS OF COMFORT FROM THE BIBLE,"HAPPY ARE THOSE WHO MOURN,SINCE THEY WILL BE COMFORTED."matt5:4.....nc
Having worked for Joe Allbritton for years we would like people to know he gave us the freedom to do different things in Television. He not only signed the checks he cared about the kind of product tand creativity that went over his airwaves.
Holly and I thank Joe for including us in his vision of TV land.
You will be missed my friend!
Our condolences to the family of a great man.
Dr. Oscar Maldonado and Sonja Maldonado
May you be comforted by PSALMS 9:9,10.
A magnificent man with a brilliant sense for art and generosity to match. Wishing all the best for his family.
Mr. Allbritton was a member of the Class of 1942 of Sam Houston High School in Houston, Texas ... the school was then located in downtown Houston but is now located at Irvington Blvd. & Tidwell Road ...
He was recognized as one of the outstanding graduate when the school's historical marker was dedication a few years ago ...
Sorry to hear about Jo's passing. Happy memories of our times together in England.
Dear Barby: Roberta and I are so saddened by Joe's passing. We had some
wonderful times together debating in Baylor, and his personality and friendship will long be remembered. Please know that when you hurt, your friends hurt with you. May God Bless you and all the family. Bill Bailey
My condolences to your family during this time of grief. may the God of all comfort help your family to endure.
I was saddened to hear of the passing of your father. Please share my condolences with your mother. Your father was very kind to me each and every time I had the pleasure of his company. He was a brilliant American entrepreneur and his purchase of KATV was the best thing that every happened to us. I wish I had the opportunity to thank him for putting food on my table for all those years. I know how proud he must have been of you as well. My best. Thoughts and prayers.
May you find true comfort from our Heavenly Father. 1Cor 1:3. Sorry to hear of your loss.
My deepest sympathy to the family of Mr Allbritton. May the God of Peace be wit you. rm. 15:33
Dear Mrs Allbritton,
Rita and I send you and your family our deepest feelings of sympathy. We fondly remember the warm friendship you and your husband have extended to us during our posting in Washington as Ambassador of the European Union to the US. Our thoughts are with you in these difficult days, and might our ways cross again in future. Our daughter who is living with her family, including two lovely grandchildren, in Washington, working with the World Bank, joins us with this message.
Ambassador Guenter and Rita Burghardt, Vossenlaan 12, B 3080 TERVUREN, Belgium/Europe
Our deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. Allbritton. For many years we have enjoyed driving by his old home place on Jupiter Road. We are sorry to lose a neighbor.
Offering my deepest condolences during this difficult time, I'm so very sorry for your loss, death is something we are never prepared for, but please find comfort in knowing God has promised He will do away with sickness, pain and death for His word is truth.
May God provide your family with comfort during this most difficult time. (Romans 15:33)
Dear Barby and Robert,
I offer my most heartfelt sympathy for your great and painful loss. He was an extraodinary man who lived an extraordinary life. He will be missed far and wide, East and West, North and South. I am honored to have known him.
With sincerest condolences,
Our sincerest condolences to Barbara and the rest of the Allbritton family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
Our deepest sorrows for the family of Mr Allbritton, May God Blessed and Keep them through their times of loss.
My deepest sympathies. May the "God of all comfort," help to ease the pain of your grief during this time.(1 Cor 1:3,4)
You are in our prayers. Thank you for everything you have done for me and Baylor University.
With sincere condolences to the family of Joe L. Allbriton. May God strengthen and comfort at all times. Isa12:2.
Sorry to hear about your loss. May you find comfort in the Hearer of prayer at this time. Psalm 65:2