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October 16, 2018

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September 9, 2017
My family and I are so sad to learn of our "Uncle" Joe's passing. He worked for & with our family for over 40+ years and was considered a part of it, sharing special occasions & everyday times with us. His loyalty & friendship, as well as some of his famous quotes, will always be treasured & remembered. We will miss him.
September 8, 2017
I am overwhelmed with sadness on the passing of my uncle Joe " Joe worked with my family for many yeárs and was truly a member of our family. He was so kind and compassionate. RIP
September 8, 2017
UNCLE JOE YOU HAD ONE OF THE LARGEST "FANILIES" I'VE EVER SEEN. YOU WERE LOVED BY ALL WHO KNEW YOU. R.I.P. UNCLE JOE. YOU WILL BE MISSED YOU WILL LIVE ON IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER. YOUR FRIENDLY SMILE AND WORDS OF WISDOM SHALL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
September 8, 2017
I worked with "Uncle Joe" at the bus company for many years.
He was one of the first drivers I met there and he was so sweet and nice to me. He made me feel like family. I never forgot that and I will never forget "Uncle Joe"