“Mrs. Endicott told me about Mr. Fillion this morning. I am so sorry. I lived next door to him until I was 13 years old. He taught me to ride my bike and always nice to the neighborhood children. He was such a kind man and I know he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and love to his family.
“Another bright star in the night sky to guide us home .
you will be so missed. Louisa and family.
“Dear Tom, June and Paula,
I know the loss you feel, an emptiness unfilled, because Joe is always going to reside in that empty place. I realize this sounds paradoxical because it is - a mystery created by the Lord. But I know you'll understand it, Tom.
May my affection for you and your family comfort you, at least a tiny bit, as you mourn his absence on Earth.
“We are very sorry to hear of your Fathers' passing. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Steve and Deborah
“What a wonderful life your father shared, Tom! And now his new life begins! Kathy and I send love and prayer your way.
Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.
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FILLION, Joseph R., 88, of Tampa, died May 20th, 2013. Born in Saint-Sylvestre, Canada in 1924, Joe became a naturalized U.S. citizen at 18. He grew up in St. Johnsbury, Vermont and spent many summers at Mt. Washington Cog Railroad, New Hampshire where his father, Allen, was an engineer for over...Read More