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Judge Joseph Q. Tarbuck

Gulf Breeze, Florida

Sep 13, 1931 – Feb 7, 2018 (Age 86)

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Judge Joseph Q. TarbuckGulf Breeze - Judge Joseph Quincy Tarbuck passed away on February 7, 2018, at his home in Gulf Breeze, Florida. A native of Pennsylvania, he joined the United States Army at age 17 after graduating high school. He served in an artillery unit in the Korean War and survived...

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So very sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He was a wonderful man. He will be missed.

Some people think judges are hard and mean. But not in this case, Judge Tarbuck was truly good person. He cared about people. I am thankful for having met him, he help my family along time ago. But I never forgot him. I'm so sorry for his family's loss.

Im so sorry to hear of the passing of attorney, Judge Joseph Q. Tarbuck. He was my divorce attorney back in 1972 and he did all he could to advise me to remain married because of my children He was a very fair, empathic person as well as a knowleable Attorney. You will be missed by those that knew you and the life you lived. Rest In Peace.

Joe and I were Prisoners of War in North Korea for more than 37 months during the Korean War. We knew each other very well. Joe was a true patriot who kept faith with his country and who helped his fellow POWs at every turn. He was a very straight arrow.

My dad and the judge would ride to the Masonic Lodge together and my father thought so much of him, as we all did. It wasn't Christmas until the tree was lit on the Tarbuck's pier! He was truly a fine man, judge and human being that will be missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with Billy, Beth and the entire Tarbuck family.

The world has lost a good man, friend, and judge.
RIP Judge Tarbuck you will be missed.

Louis White

My deepest sympathies to Judge Tarbuck's family and friends. During my years of court reporting, he was one of my favorite judges, I always enjoyed his courtroom. Truly a fine man, an outstanding member of the Bar and an American hero. May he rest in eternal peace.