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July 6, 2018
I first met Joe when I was moonlighting in urgent care at Silverside Medical Center when I was still a resident in the department of medicine at The Medical Cenetr of Delaware. I opened my practice in 1990 and worked with him at Glasgow Medical Center and served as his personal physician for many years. I had the priviledge of spending time with him out of the office as well, including some memorable days fishing on the Chesapeake Bay out of Tilghmans Island. Joe was an original, a one-off guy who was one of the brightest and most insightful people I have ever met. He genuinely cared for the population he served and was responsible for shaping much of the way that healthcare is delivered in our community. Much of the business of medicine and many of the lessons of life I leaned from him. I last saw him in the hospital shortly before he passed and was able to sit and chat one more time with him. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Dr. Curt D. Blacklock, D.O., FACP
January 15, 2018
Uncle Joe is probably the reason I decided it was possible to go to college. Like my cousin Ron, my brother Stu and I often went to UCLA, especially the labs and his own room. When I studied in Washington DC I visited him in Delaware and had a very special day. Though we didn't see him often in the past few years he was a great presence. I will never forget Grandma calling him, Dr. Rule, "Junior" when he would visit here.
Linda Kamm
Capistrano Beach, CA
January 14, 2018
Joe was my uncle - my mother's younger brother. I have many fond memories of Uncle Joe when he was studying at UCLA and enjoyed photography. He would take us on photo taking trips around Santa Monica - and hence my interest in photography...and eventually UCLA. I can still remember the awful smell of going to the chemical labs with him at UCLA on weekends. He was always engaging, had an interesting and probably different point of view (usually with politics) and we have enjoyed chatting on the phone and meeting up over these years when we lived so far apart. He sure loved his farm, flowers and vegetables. Joe, Jean and Bill made the long trip to Vermont to be at our wedding in 2001...and he said he ate the beef curry, but when he came to California he told us quite directly he only wanted Mexican food. We honored his request except for breakfast - when he ate bacon, eggs and waffles like a lumberjack. We always enjoyed having dinner with him at his favorite Chinese restaurant in Wilmington - Hunan Asian Restaurant. He sure knew Chinese food! I was always proud to hear about his active involvement with disadvantaged youth and the less educated/less healthy population...leading the way on a family tradition of local activism.
Good bye Uncle Joe. Go Bruins.
December 30, 2017
Started out doing a job for Dr. Rule and that developed into a great friendship. He could calm the storm and always put everything into prospective. I enjoyed working for him but will miss the friendship the most. Rest well my friend.