- 66 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 12, 1944
- Date of passing: Dec 21, 2010
|Let the memory of Joseph be with us forever...... Grief shared is grief diminished--Grief denied is grief delayed|
"Happy Birthday Dad, there is not a day that goes by that I do not think of you, I think of you everyday. I know that you are looking down at all of use and watching over all of us.
Love you Dad and Happy Birthday.
"Today you would have been 68. Although your life was cut short, Joey and I will keep your memory alive today and every day. We are going to the cemetery to clean up your parents grave site today and when the weather breaks a tribute to you will be engraved on their stone. We will all have a place to show our respects. Happy Birthday Dad :)"
"A year has passed and all I can say is ...The love of a man for his dad will NEVER die...not a day goes by that you are not spoken of or thought of. You are missed today and every day."
"He was the weirdest grandpa to have but was MINE. I so miss him. I will always remember working on the cars as a kid... Thanks for teaching me the correct way to do an oil change so little. I swear I would have worn oil like a million times over by now. I know that we were not talkin but I still love you."
"You will be saddly missed. I will always love you. You provided for us through all these years. I will always remember the memories that we had growing up. You took us camping and traveled to New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Washington DC. and Virginia. You are always in my heart.
"despite his not understanding our medical condition which divided us he was a great dad. i will treasure play time under the tv trays as forts and the skits he and i put on at masssoit as a kid in front of the campfire. Your love of camping lives on in my children as well as your love for antique cars lives on in my son. we will miss you so much."
"He was a very loving man, so much so that he could be blinded by his love. I thank him for the wonderful man that I'm married to (Joseph G. Turowski Jr.) His love and loyalty will live on through Joey. "The love a man has for his son will NEVER die...R.I.P. Dad."
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