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February 29, 2020

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January 24, 2020
When I was fresh out of law school Joe was instrumental in hiring me as an adjunct at OCC. As the semester was about to begin my father fell critically ill and died. Joe taught my class for 2 weeks until I returned to Syracuse. I have always remembered his generosity.
January 23, 2020
I first knew Joe in grammer school and got reacquainted as a fellow lawyer, both "expats" from Utica. He was so good natured that it was always a pleasure running into him at the Courthouse.
January 21, 2020
RIP my friend, hope you find the fishing great and the beer cold.
January 19, 2020
Hie and I became friends in 1969, when we and our families lived across the courtyard from each other in Married Student Housing ar SU, We Learned quickly that the other was a hunter and fisherman, and fished at Jamesville Reservoir, and went deer hunting in several locations. (more than we should have, according to our wives.)
Joe was a good story teller, with a good sense of humor. He probably would have been a successful outdoor writer, if he had given it a try.
When each of us completed our studies, we wound up living sbout a half block apart near Manley Field House, and continued our friendship until I moved to Pennsylvania for a university teaching job.
Joe did some legal work for me, but refused to bill me for ther work because we were friends. That's the kind of guy he was.
Joe will be missed, and I offer my condolences to Debbie, Jennifer and Joey.

Dr. Thomas Sedwick
Erie, Pa
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