I was so saddened to hear of Joe's death today, through Amy at Brandywine.I met Joe at a few of the monthly meetings at Brandwine.What a devoted son!! He exuded such concern and love for others.My sincere condolences to all of his family and loved ones. Eileen Giotis (daughter in law of Brandywine resident Vicki Tzouvala)
Dan,Michelle & Benjamin Strasser purchased flowers ()
Our thoughts and prayer are with all of you in this difficult time.
so saddened by this news...my condolences to the family...buddy you were such a great man..cared for is all here at Brandywine...we loved you all like family...uncle Joe...rip
Courtney and PJ purchased flowers ()
We are so sorry for your loss. Your father will be truly missed. All our love,
NewsCred purchased flowers ()
To the Blazejewski Family, We are so saddened to hear about your loss. Our love and thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Our warmest condolences, NewsCred
Thankful to have spent fun times with Joe. He was a special guy in so many ways. Our hearts break for you ~ Frannia, Melissa & Nicole. Sending much love & sympathy, Susan & Michael
We are so sorry for your lose. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Dear Fran, Melissa, and Nicole, We were so saddened to hear of your dear husband and father Joe's passing. He will be remembered fondly, always waiving and smiling as he passed by our house. We, unfortunately will be at my niece's wedding during the visitation and services, but please know our most sincere condolences and prayers are with you at this time. Love, from the Potis family
I Can't Cry Hard Enough Lyrics I'm gonna live my life Like every day's the last Without a simple goodbye It all goes by so fast And now that you've gone I can't cry hard enough No, I can't cry hard enough For you to hear me now Gonna open my eyes And see for the first time I let go of you like A child letting go of his kite There it goes, up in the sky There it goes, beyond the clouds For no reason why I can't cry hard enough No, I can't cry hard enough For you to hear me now Gonna look back in vain And see you standing there When all that remains Is an empty chair And now that you've gone I can't cry hard enough No, I can't cry hard enough For you to hear me now There it goes, up in the sky There it goes, beyond the clouds For no reason why I can't cry hard enough No, I can't cry hard enough For you to hear me now And now that you've gone I can't cry hard enough No, I can't cry hard enough For you to hear me now
My dear friend Joe.....spending 26 years as your neighbor and friend I can say without a doubt you will be sorely missed. We spoke almost daily,We identified most of the worlds problems in your driveway although we didn't really solve any, but what we did do was become dearest of friends. I'll always miss our rides to the recycling center, home depot, or off to help someone in need. You were a great friend and I always felt like you were my "older" brother. May you rest in peace. John
My Uncle, my Godfather......I am numb as part of my heart died with you. All of the loving memories you have given me and my family over the years will last well beyond our lifetimes. I am so glad my girls grew up knowing you and experienced that unconditional love I did. We are all crying tears for you right now but we will eventually turn them into smiles and laughter when we share stories about the amazing man you were. Rest easy Uncle Buddy fly with the angels and send our love to grandpa.
I cannot express how sad I am , Joe was always there for me. I would go to his jobs and he would refer to me as his boss, but I always corrected him and told everyone we worked together.he was not my foreman, he was my mentor,my guiding light,most of all my friend. I will truly miss him. joe I know that you will be up there looking after all of us. Love you
The light of Brandywine. My dear friend why oh why. You were the generous one. We all loved you and your mom. We would get so excited to see you enter the Brandywine doors with a bag of laundry to do. You always put everyone else before yourself. Our residents loved you. If it was the Lakewood Blue Claws game, creating the walls for us for our Ellis Island day for Assisted Living Week, purchasing wine bottles for Little Italy, talking to the caregivers, the staff one on one. We could just talk to you about anything. Talks about the boat, Italy, your humorous mom. You buying crumb cakes for us and almond horns. This is devastating news as I still think it's a dream and you will walk through our doors. Your jokes and generosity we can not thank you enough for all you've done for your mom, and our residents. We couldn't wait to see your pictures from Italy or have you be part of our Assisted Living Week playing for the Bad News Brandystars. Joe, you were a diamond in the rough. I will miss your smiling face and always remember you and mom. Now take care of yourself and rest my friend