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During our memorial at sea. We all toasted Joe with his usual bloody mary then threw one over the side along with the wreath.

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Comment by Marybeth Kayne on August 11, 2010 at 3:17pm
I was very blessed to know Joe, if only for a couple of years. I met him through my cousin Randy. I loved Joe the minute I met him. He was kind and so nice and I remember saying to Lisa, Randy's wife, what a great guy he was. His one young son fell in love with my therapy dog Josie and I remember he followed me and her around all day at our family picnic. He was so cute and sweet and I told Joe that he raised a good son. I also remember asking Joe how he and Randy met and he told me all about their friendship. He was just a good, all around guy. Always smiling. Always wanting to be with his kids.It was obvious Joe was loved by so many. I was one of the lucky ones to have known him, even if it was for a short time. I will carry his memory with me forever and I was lucky enough to have him over my house for Randy's 50th. That's how much of an impression he made on me. Love you Joe. Love this memorial picture. Joe is forever in my heart. Sorry you were taken from us so early and without explanation. I hope one day your family gets some peace. See you in heaven.
Comment by Cynthia Scheepstra on October 30, 2009 at 4:46pm
What a cool Memorial. I wish I could have known Joe...he sounds like such a fun guy, so full of life!
Blessings to his family and friends...Cindy Scheepstra

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