Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Sue, David and Katie,
We were shocked and deeply saddened to learn of Joe's passing. It is amazing how quickly life goes by. It seems such a relatively short while ago that we moved into the neighborhood in 1975. I remember that both Sue and I were pregnant with Katie and Jason, respectively. You were great neighbors and we will always remember Joe's smile and his diesel Rabbit with his "JOKING" plate.
Hugs to all of you at this tough time,
Kathie, Ted, Jason and Kacee Puzniak

Posted by Kathie Puzniak - Salem, NH - Neighbor   January 22, 2018

So sorry for your loss. Although it's been over 20 years since I've seen Joe I'll never forget his dedication to his family. He would bring his VW Rabbit diesel to my garage (LITTLE CAR CARE) for repairs so that he could keep it going in order to transport Katie to what seemed like a million hockey games. I admired him for his dedication. I'll always remember his license plate "JOKING".
RIP Joe.
Sincerely,
Sam Cafiso
Little Car Care

Posted by Sam Cafiso - Lawrence, MA - Friend   January 20, 2018

So sorry to hear of your loss. We have many great "softball memories" of your family. Deepest sympathies to your family.
The Nicholsons of Salem

Posted by Nick and Janice Nicholson - Salem, NH - Acquaintance   January 20, 2018

Dear Sue, Katie, & David,
So sorry to hear about Joe's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Posted by Charles, Florence, Mary Ellen and Liz Pate - Hampstead, NH - Friend   January 20, 2018

In 1978 I was 23 and moved from Baltimore to Boston with Datapoint. Joe and I worked together for 14 years there. He became a great friend. Always had a smile and positive attitude. That group of co-workers and our time at Datapoint was awesome. Joe was a great friend, co-worker and man.
Bob

Posted by Bob Rech - FrANKTOWN, CO - Coworker   January 19, 2018

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing.

Posted by The Dzialo's, Ted, Maria, Suzanne and Michael Dzialo - Salem, NH   January 19, 2018

Joe was the kindest and friendliest coworker. He was a fine gentleman. Our hearts are so sad...

Posted by Bob and Laurie Rech - Franktown, CO - Friend   January 18, 2018

Candle

SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOU AND THE FAMILY LOSING JOE.
SUE,I WILL PRAY FOR YOU,KATIE,AND DAVE TO THINK OF ALL THE WONDERFUL MEMORIES YOU HAVE. GOD BLESS.
JOAN VERRETTEYYRVK

Posted by JOAN VERRETTE - ANDOVER, MA - Friend   January 18, 2018

Very sorry for your loss. Always remember his great smile.

Posted by Al Longo - Salem, NH - Friend   January 18, 2018

Dear Susan, so sorry to hear about Joes passing. I still remember sitting with both of you at the pool at Colony by the Sea. You shared Joes cancer with me & how well he was doing. I enjoyed visiting with both of you! I hope you will still be able to come down with your family. Hugs, Linda & Tom Mullen, 305 A

Posted by Linda Mullen - Lancaster, PA - Friend   January 17, 2018

Susan and family:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Best Regards,
Pam & Leo Ballard
CBTS

Posted by Pam Ballard - Rockville, MD - Acquaintance   January 17, 2018

So sorry to hear of your loss....

Posted by Gwen Makoney    January 17, 2018

Katie and Sue,
So saddened to hear of Joe's passing. I think of him always with a big smile, as he was always smiling! He was a pleasure to get to know during our Brown Hockey days as a parent and a friend. He definitely made the world a better place with his warm and friendly personality. You guys had a wonderful husband, father and friend, and we will always cherish our memories of him. We love you!
Dawn & Rocky

Posted by Dawn Loomis - Seekonk, MA   January 17, 2018

RIP Joe. Your warm smile will be sorely missed at the club.

Posted by Ned & Joan Millian - Wells, ME - Friend   January 16, 2018

Ned & Joan

Posted by Millian - Friend   January 16, 2018