Joseph Kelley Hawkins

Dallas, Texas

1951 - 2014


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HAWKINS, Joseph Kelley 43, passed away December 28, 2014. Wake: Friday, January 2, from 7:15-8:15 p.m. at Golden Gate Funeral Home. Service: Saturday, January 3, at 11 a.m. at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 4535 Vandervort, Dallas, Texas.

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I am so saddened to hear of this. Joseph and I attended PVAMU and lived in Austin. He was so smart and just a great friend. He would check in with me from time to time. Life happens and we lost touch bit I always wondered what next business adventure he was up to. I learned of his death TODAY while reading online a profile of his wife Tam. Needless to say my day has been. Miserable. I am so saddened. May he RIP and God bless his family.

Gwendolyn Hodges and family.
Never forgotten.

I knew Joseph Hawkins as a patient (and friend). My deepest sympathy to his family. He showed the most amazing courage, and a quiet dignity, dealing with his disease and the extended treatment processes. Something precious was lost to the world. My prayers for him, and his family.

My deepest sympathies to Patrica and family.

I send my thoughts & prayers to Joseph's family. He was a great guy. So sorry we lost touch the last few years. I was his realtor many years ago. My husband Eric & I remember his Grand Opening of the laundromat off Airport Blvd. God Bless, Pat & Eric Vincent

I was very saddened to hear of Joseph's going home. What a blessing it was for me to have met such a brilliant young man. He taught me a lot about the business world. I will always be grateful to him for sharing his knowledge. My prayers are with his wife, children, and all the family and friends that will truly miss him.
Love Shirley Terry

To Joseph's family, Patricia Hawkins & his wife and children, our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We will continue to pray with and for you as God walks you through your grief. Joseph had many friends in the body of Christ at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Portland, Oregon, I am so very glad I was one of them. He also had many friends within the community who enjoyed gathering together with him and enjoyed his laughter and smile. He will be missed.

To his wife Tam you are constantly on mind. I pray for your continued strength. To his mother Patricia the loss of a child is unimaginable. To his brothers you are a strong tower.

To my family, i would to express my deepest sympathy, my heart goes out to all of you....i love you and i enjoyed our brother and sister relationship growing up even though we were cousins, we all had something special.