JOSEPH-DIBIASE-Obituary

JOSEPH R. DIBIASE

Vineland, New Jersey

Obituary

Send Flowers

Joseph R. DiBiase, 65, of East Vineland passed away on Friday, Dec. 17, 2010, at home where he had been under the care of family and hospice.

Joe was born and raised in Vineland and was a lifelong area resident. He was the son of the late Harry and Ellen (Armstrong) DiBiase and the...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

My Pop Pop was the best Grandfather I've ever had. I love him and he'll be remembered forever. He made me laugh and told me to say "No" to boys. He was a kind, loving man.

Uncle Joe, you will be missed by MANY. I have so many memories that come rushing back. Sometimes for reasons we do not understand, our loved ones are taken from us. Now it has come that you too must move on to a better place and join Dad, Pop and all the others that have gone before you. Rest in peace. My prayers go out to the rest of the family who mourn his loss. God Bless.

My uncle Joe was a fun man to be around.I remember as a kid hearing he was coming over to visit and would get happy.If you needed advise Joe was who to ask.He will be missed by me and many.But now he is with Pop and my Dad in glory.I pray for comfort for the whole family.

Joe was like a father to my son Devin for many years now. He will be sadly missed and NEVER forgotten. My heart goes out to the family and if there is anything I can do please call. Sending some good energy during your celebration of Joe's life.

God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you and whispered come with me. With tearful eyes we watched and saw you pass away. Although we love you dearly we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, he only takes the best.

Uncle Joe was a GREAT man, and had a heart bigger than anyone I know. And will be sadly and truly missed. Although he was not blood related I was proud to call him uncle.....although he was more like a father figure. :)
Yes he LOVED the track, he took me to my first race, (at 12) and I won!
We had a lot of firsts, and I will never forget none of them.
God Bless and Rest Peacefully

When I think of Joe, my mind is flooded with memories of the Many times he gave me encouragement and went out of his way to help me over the years... he was exactly like a Big Brother to me. I will Always miss him and the way he could make me laugh. May God comfort the hearts of family and friends hurting at this time. My prayers are with you

Joe amazed me when he climbed my drive way when he could not breath just to console me when my son passed away.. I will never forget my childhood friend RIP
God Bless His Family, Mary Ray

Joe, you were a good friend to Veronica. You had a big heart and a good ear. God Bless you