Joseph-DITSCHLER-Obituary

Joseph J. DITSCHLER

St Paul, Minnesota

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What an awesome legacy Joe has left behind just by his mere presence in this world. My inter actions with Joe have only been through Facebook, and by the hearing of the wonderful & entertaining stories that Horace told us often. It was obvious to all that Horace loved him dearly, and that was reflected by the many fond memories he so loved to share with us. I can see by the guest book entries that Joe embraced that special, warm, & unique Wiley humor throughout his entire life. It may...

Joe had a sense of humor and a laugh that were contagious. His glass was always half full and loved life.
My sympathy and love goes out to your entire family.

Dad, you taught me to see the best in every part of life. We will miss your laughter and constant jokes. Much Love...

My sympathy to all in Joe's family. I was at Weston when Joe drove for us . He was a valued employee and was a delight to be with. My sympathy to you in your loss.
Jim Isaacson

Joe was a great guy to work with. I'm sad to hear of his passing.

Bridget and Barb I am really sorry to hear about the loss of your dear father. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.

Uncle Joe's fun loving happy personality will be deeply missed.

We love you all.
Paul and Michelle Anderson

We'll all miss your sense of humor and your awesome personality. You'll always be remembered and loved.

Obituaries

Joseph's Obituaries

April 29, 1934 - January 24, 2013 Of Maplewood, formerly of Minneapolis Preceded in death by parents, Merlin and Violet Ditschler; sister Marilyn and daughter Meryl. Survived by loving wife of 46 years, Margaret Ditschler; his 8 children: Sean O'Brien, Katherine Shoecraft, Margaret O'Brien, Randy...

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