- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 22, 1955
- Date of passing: May 11, 2016
|Let the memory of Joseph be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Schlueter, Jr, 60, born on October 22, 1955 and passed away on May 11, 2016. We will remember him forever.
An open-house style celebration of his life will start at 3pm on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at his home in Winchester, OH. If you need further information, please contact a member of the family.
In lieu of flowers, a Scholarship Fund has been setup in his name at the Cincinnati Master Plumbers Association. Checks should be made payable as follows:
CMPA EDU Foundation
For: Joe Schlueter
11020 Southland Blvd.
Cincinnati, OH 45240
CMPA Contact Info: 513-742-2672
"Lucy, so sorry for your loss but I hope you realize the wonderful memories Deb and I have visiting and sharing with you and Joe. His challenging commentary and deep desire to know I believe give you a great hope in this hour of loss. We are sorry we missed being with you yesterday but have prayed daily for His comforting presence to be very real. God Bless dan and deb"
"To a old friend rest in peace Joe you have brighten many peoples life's over the past years I have some great memories with you and all of your family thur out the 30 plus years that you were a friend of mine rest in peace my old friend until we meet in HEAVEN once again"
"My dear brother through the years we have had good times, bad times, Great times and sad times, you had an adventurous spirit and a love of the open road. I pray that now you are now sharing the company of so many of our family and friends that preceded you.
I'll never forget you - Love you Sis"
"Rest in peace friend. It has been a lifetime that the Schlueter kids and the Carroll kids have been friends. Those are the friendships that we treasure forever. Each family has lost a brother but I am confident the friendship extends now into heaven just as the friendship of our parents has. Rest in peace Joe, praying for healing hearts for your family left behind."
"Difficult to come up with words. Always enjoyed the time with Joe...he smiled a lot and that is possibily one of his greatest features. Love sharing conversation and watching him analyze things."
"Joe, you had a lifelong passion for motorcycles. I asked you to teach me, and patiently for a couple of hours one evening, you tried. But I think after I left most of the skin from my arm and leg on the gravel, you were grateful I decided motorcycles weren't for me. Wonderful memories growing up with you. Say hi to your mom and dad. I am sure you will be the angel on a lot of motorcycle riders shoulders. Rest in peace."
"We were cousins. Joe, his brother Bobby, my sister Karen and I used to hang out when we were teens. We talked, laughed and made up silly nicknames for each other. I have fond memories of those times. As we grew into adulthood, we all went our separate ways and kind of lost touch with each other. Each of us so busy living life and raising families of our own. Joe you may no longer be on this earth, but you will live on in our hearts and in our memories. I can see you now revving up the motor on your bike as you ride off into the sunset. RIP Cuz."
"Godspeed Joe, you will be missed cousin. I remember all the times our families got together as we grew up. Great memories!"
"may you rest in peace. I know how you loved to ride your motorcycle cross country. you will be missed by family and friends
love Aunt Carol. uncle Jim"
"You are missed here, yet welcomed by those that have gone before you! I will never forget the chance meeting in Kansas or the 4-wheeling trip to Silver Lakes, MI! God bless those closest that are left behind. You will not be forgotten!"
"I would like to say goodbye to a dear friend of mine rip Joe u really taught me a lot and I will never forget you"
"Rest in Peace Mr. Schlueter❤️ The Chiu Family."
"I know you are in a far better place...Rest In Peace Joe.."
"Rest in peace uncle Joe, u will be missed...."
"Happy that I got to meet you. You came and helped Jim out when his water line needed clearing. That meant alot to Jim. Nice that you loved family enough to help your brother-in-law out. Sorry we didn't travel out to see you guys and for me to get to know you. Jim is a home body and doesn't like to go, but his home was always open to you and Lucy. Rest in peace and know that Lucy and all of your children are in my prayers."
"He was such a awesome man will miss him so much.."
"I only met Joe a couple of times, he was a nice man. I know he is in a far better place now. God Bless"
"May you rest in peace Joe ! You will be missed by both family and friends !"
"Goodbye for now...until we meet again on the other side."
"I will miss you forever. Love you Dad."
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