“Dear Joe, It was an honor and pleasure to have known you - a truly remarkable man in so many ways. We will miss you and remember you. Sincerely, Mary Alice & Jon Bogart
“Josepie, your light will forever shine in all of us. You will be missed more then words can ever say. May we never forget what you have taught us! Love you forever Sheila.
“Thank you, Mr. Janosko, for your service to our country.
“A life well lived is it's own reward.
No words can describe how very much you will be missed. Just as no words can describe how honored and truly blessed I am to have you as a grandfather. It pains me terribly to say goodbye today but your loving spirit will forever be my guide.
Thank you for all of the love, wisdom and guidance through out the years. Your memory will live on in all of us.
“Wonderful to know you as a dear friend, many good memories
“May God grant you a hole in one in Heaven.
“DEAR JOSEPH AND FAMILY OF JOE,SR.,
OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO EACH OF YOU
FROM A FORMER CLASSMATE AND FELLOW
HOPE TO JOIN YOU AT MASS ON FRIDAY.
GERARD (GERRY) SYROCKI
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UNION SPRINGS | Joseph W. Janosko, 89, of Cayuga Street, Union Springs, died Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, in Auburn Community Hospital. Mr. Janosko was born in Auburn, the son of the late George and Elizabeth Varsho Janosko and had resided in Union Springs for several years. Prior to that, he lived in...Read More