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Joe Toth
  • 39 years old
  • Date of birth: Jan 1, 1963
  • Date of passing: Jan 1, 2002
"I enjoyed my life when I had nothing... and kinda like the idea of just being happy with me." - Joey Ramone
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joe Toth, 39, born on January 1, 1963 and passed away on January 1, 2002. We will remember him forever.
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This tribute was added by Christine Zygowski-Clydesdale on 5th November 2013

"I am proud that I was a part of his life a year before passed away. Joe was such a kind person and gentle. He was funny and sweet and we had a lot in common. I think of joe often. I miss his face, his jokes and the time we spent together. They were special and fun and I will always remember.  Joe and his family remain in my heart forever."

This tribute was added by chris hillman on 6th October 2012

"I still think of Joe almost daily. Some of the silly things he did, still makes me laugh out loud. It was always an adventure hanging out with him. He was always spontaneous and entertaining. While he was always fun to be around, the most notable characteristic would be his caring and compassionate side to him. If I ever had a problem or needed help with anything, I could always count on Joe. He w"

This tribute was added by Susan-Walt Scott on 28th September 2012

"I see your smile, Joe when you were with family--especially remember at "POPPAS" at christmas and holidays.Poppa is gone with you now and you surely made him feel special--The way you didGrandma Pam, too.You were a great brother to Loretta and a wonderful son to your Mom. We miss amd love you so....."

This tribute was added by Susan-Walt Scott on 27th September 2012

"We miss Joe more then words can say--miss his humor, his smurks, and his gentle personality.Loved Joes ways when he was small-One day he said to Mike "HEY THERE ISNT ANYONE  AROUND, LETS SAY "SHIT"-Another time his Mom said to Joe, go up the corner store and see if they have bread--come came back and said "YEA"; but did not get any bread--he said, Mom you told me to look!"


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