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Joseph P. Cosenza Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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August 21, 2017
Dear Carol, Joey, and Bobby

I am so sorry to learn of Joe's passing. I hope it was peaceful and with close family nearby.

As unfortunate and painful the death of a loved one is to the surviving, there is a silver lining. It's that the deceased is not really gone. They take on a new life, one that, fueled by our love and thoughts and memories of the deceased, will continue forever in our hearts and minds.

I personally and fondly remember my time working for Joe and Carol at Delicious Cold Cuts. It is there that one of life's most important lessons was etched indelibly into my being. As we grow, we are often regaled by words and anecdotes about the importance of hard work and commitment. For, me, it was Joe and Carol that made the words real. I often look back on those days, when I need to work that extra hour, make that final push, or drag myself out of bed just a little earlier and think: "I did it for Joe and Carol. I can do this now!"

Thank you, Joe. And thank you Carol, for this and many other lessons learned.

Rest in Peace Joe!!

Your other "Bobby"