Joe-Sirola-Obituary

Joe Sirola

Oct 7, 1929 – Feb 10, 2019 (Age 89)

Obituary

Joe Sirola was a journeyman character actor who found his greatest success as "The King of the Voice-Overs." His voice was heard on thousands of commercials that aired on television and radio. He was a pitchman for Wendy's, Ford, Vicks, General Electric and many other campaigns including the "I Love New York" commercials. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Rest In Peace Uncle Joe! Many fond memories as a child and an adult. The energy the laughs the cards and art.. all the best to family. One if the Greats!

Joe will be missed. I met him in 2009 in New York and received Christmas card every year until 2016. I will miss all the pictures he included of his friends and family. I have always kept my beautiful cards. I thank him for his kindness. Rest in Peace my friend

Joe was a family friend of my parents. He was bigger than life and a very talented actor as well as a very kind human being. He was a good friend for many years. He will be missed.

Mr. Sirola will be missed. He is resting in Gods memory. Please accept my sincere condolences.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. I will love you and miss you always.

My deepest condolences to the family of Joe Sirola during this difficult time in your lives. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someone you love. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that he is in God's memory, because those who die are precious in his eyes.

Psalms 116:15.

Dear Family: We are saddened to hear about the loss of your beloved Joe. He truly was a great actor and left a wonderful legacy, touching the lives of so many people. We too enjoyed him on The Andy Griffith Show! May our Heavenly Father of tender mercies grant you all love, peace and comfort now and in the days to come.



MJ, Jackson Mississippi

Joe was a very loving and generous man who will be missed greatly. We have known Joe for a great many years and have known him to be a man who had a great love for family and children. We remember his love of sharing the experience of the theatre with us. Joe would always want us to enjoy the things he loved the most in his life. We have a collection of his hand drawn Christmas cards which are priceless to us. Champagne and Roses Forever Joe xxxxxxx Love Mary and George Cassar