Joseph Barnes

Joliet, Illinois

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May I express my deepest condolences. Losing a loved one leaves a lasting impart on ours lives. Something that brings me comfort is knowing that God is all those that who have anxiety and he will take care of those that are distraught.

To the family of Mr. Joseph R. Barnes. I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Barnes was blessed with 90 years of special mightiness. (Psalms 90:10) May your hearts be filled with joyful memories of time spent with him. May the Hearer of Prayer bring you strength and peace in your time of sorrow.

Dear Terri and family,
Bill and I are thinking of you in a special way as you say good-by to your dad. With each new tomorrow may your memories grow sweeter and dearer of him.
Love and prayers
Bill and Ann

To Maria S. and all the family of Joseph Barnes, my deepest sympathy. I learned a little bit about Joe's life from Maria, my co-worker, during the times we shared stories of our parents. Her expression of sympathy during the loss of my own parents was heartfelt and it's recalling that difficult period that I know to hear the words “I'm sorry for your loss” does help.

I had the pleasure of taking care of Joe a few years back at Willow Falls. He was such a wonderful man and is finally reunited with his love Margaret. I will always treasure the memoreis of our days together..the stories we he loved his family so much. Sometimes in life there comes a time you could no longer take care of your mom and dad. They were so loved by other's..I can tell you without a doubt. Take care of each other.
I for one will never forget you or your beautiful...


Joseph's Obituaries

Barnes, Joseph R. Age 90. At rest Saturday, March 9, 2013 at Sunny Hill Nursing Home. Born in Chicago and a lifelong Chicago area resident. A WWII U.S. Army Veteran, serving in the Pacific Theater. A graduate of Northwestern University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Retired...

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