Joseph Lebert
1955 - 2021
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Joseph Lebert
December 23, 1955 - April 26, 2021
Eatonville, Washington - Our beloved Joe passed on to eternity after a brief illness. He was preceded in death by his parents Platt and Eva Lebert, and brother Paul. He is survived by his loving wife Althea; children Jessica (Amber), Sarah (Jonathan) and Daniel (Brittany) and many other family members and friends. Joe worked numerous years in the construction industry and was also a much loved Youth Pastor for the Nazarene Church. Joe had a rare gift as everyone he met immediately became a friend. The world is richer for having known him.


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Published in & from May 5 to May 30, 2021.
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May 3, 2021
One of God's soldiers. Yep, he was. An angel in heart and soul. You will be greatly missed, my friend. In the 48 years that I have known you, I knew that all I had to do was call out and you were there. I know you have that peace that was promised...but I just wasn't ready to say goodbye. And yes, it hurts deeply...I decided to plant a yellow rose for you and every time I look on it, I will know in my heart that in memories you are still here. Love you and will cherish our memories until I am gone.
Angy
Friend
May 2, 2021
Wow, Joe leaves behind a great legacy. He was and is a great ambassador for Jesus. He was a mentor to many people. He will be missed, I know I will see him again. What is Joe up to now? He is alive experiencing all of Gods promises ,Yes in heaven telling us don’t be sad, stay strong and finish the race!!!
Doug Fox
Friend
May 1, 2021
So very sorry for your loss sis and family
forrest thompson
May 1, 2021
Joe Lebert has an amazing soul. He was always the first person to lend a hand if you needed it. Joe and I worked together off and on for over 20 years. Over that time there are way too many memories of great times, so instead of picking one, I will say they were all filled with his heart felt smile and genuinely kind words. Not many people are as truly kind this man was! He will be sorely missed and the world is a better place because he was a part of it.
Tye Panzone
April 30, 2021
We so love Joe! Such a wonderfully strong, sweet loving caring encouraging and uplifting man to say the least! Our hearts go out to his beautiful beloved wife and all his family and all his friends! Such a huge huge loss to everyone who knew him and a huge gain to Heaven! You always light up our lives. We miss you Joe, love always, Gail and Ty
Gail and Ty Forsberg
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