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Joseph Vito Molinari

Jul 29, 1946 - Oct 20, 2013 (Age 67)

Guest Book

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My sincere condolences to Joe's family and friends. While some 40 years have past since I last spent time with Joe, I remember how much I enjoyed flying with him and how much fun he was to be around. I had just returned from Vietnam and was assigned to the 6MAS where I first met Joe. I remember what a fine officer, pilot, and gentleman he was; he will surely be missed.


Due to site navigation my pictures did not get included, but Joe would like them. Being in command of this plane required exception skills and situational awareness. Joe was one of the best!

To the family,

I just received the news today of Joe, it came from Frank Schmeer. We all came into the C-141 at the same time, so knowing Joe at such a time made us close friends. Having read all the guest book entries I will say all of those compliments are well deserved, Joe was a fine man! I tried to find a phone number for Joe many times but never did. My most sincere sympathies to all of you, and I will forward the sad news to some others that knew him.

My deepest condolences to Joe's family. Joe and I started our flying careers together in the 6th MAS (just had their 80th Anniversary a month ago), and continued in the 702 MAS. He was always very professional with flying, but more than that, he was a pleasure to be around. Definitely one of the good guys! We'll miss you, Joe.

To Joe's Family and Friends, we are all saddened by this great loss. I was able to work and fly with Joe in the C-141.
I always considered it a privileged to have been Joe's colleague.

I remember your unique voice, your always effervescent personality and your willingness to listen, during good times and bad.

Our Prayers are with your family.

, Please accept our heartfelt sympathy for your loss.

Though we haven't been in touch since retiring, I am having trouble getting my head around the idea of Joe being gone, which makes me believe that your loss has left you bereft as well.

Harry & I have reminisced our times with Joe and all of you. Twenty plus years have given us a lot of memories.

I hope that your fond memories and the heartfelt wishes of Joe's friends and colleagues will comfort you...

Mr. Molinari, thank you for the life lessons you gave us in the class room and on wrestling mat. My prays to your family.

my heartfelt prayers go out to the Molinari familly. Joe and I flew many missions together as members of the 702nd Military Airlift Squadron. We had many good times together in less than ideal conditions. You will be remembered Joe.


Joseph's Obituaries

Joseph V. Molinari, age 67, of Cherry Hill died Sunday, October 20 at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, NJ. Born in Newark, he was a resident of Cherry Hill since 1994 and formerly of Delanco. Joe was a retired math teacher for Burlington City High School and a former wresting and soccer...

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