As an old friend, I see that your brother Joe has passed.
My sympathy and hope that he did not suffer.
I could not make the services today but know that I am thinking of you and your family.
If you wish, I would like to make contact with you when you have time.
Condolence: My deepest condolences to Mary and Joe's families. Although I've known Joe for a brief time when Joe and Mary visited on several occasions here in British Columbia. Joe struck me as man of high principals and moral standards, a man that was trustworthy. On one visit out here I found out that Joe's favorite drink was Kentuky straight bourbon whiskey,so I went and got a bottle of that stuff in anticipation that Joe and Mary might drop in again, but Joe took a different trip. Rest in peace Joseph it was a pleasure knowing you. Michael Kokura ( Mary's cousin )
Condolence: Our deepest sympathies to Mary and all Joe’s family. He will be missed.
Whenever we visited Mary and Joe, we were well entertained. Joe drove us sightseeing to art galleries and everywhere interesting. He helped make our visits enjoyable.
He always enjoyed trips to Vancouver Island and we enjoyed their company. He would spend hours discussing US History with Bill, something they both enjoyed and he was surprised to find someone with whom he could knowledgeably spend time discussing history his hobby. Joe, we will miss you and your visits. Good Bless
Nettie and Willam Kokura (Mary’s cousin)
Nanoose Bay, Vancouver Island
British Columbia, Canada