- 54 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 13, 1955
- Date of passing: May 21, 2010
|Let the memory of Major (Ret) Joseph Anthony be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of my brother, Major (Ret) Joseph Anthony Andrzejewski who was born on December 13, 1955 and passed away on May 21, 2010. We will remember him forever and ever.
"Ah,Joe, so many things we'd love to be able to share with you. Every year seems harder. Love you & miss you"
"My dearest brother Joey,
It's so hard to believe you are gone 5 years. I go on everyday without you, but my heart aches. I miss our talks, your crazy jokes and that hearty laughter of yours. You are my one and only brother who I always looked to for guidance, I wish you were here to still help me but I know deep in my heart, somehow you are guiding me from heaven above. I love you Joey and deeply miss you....
"It is ironic you are gone five years now. This summer I will begin a five year state incarceration for attempted murder. I know if you could have you would have seen the signs of the impending doom and reasoned with me. As I embark this "Mt Everest ", know that by having you in my heart and thoughts I can get through this. I really could use one of your jokes about now! ILYM"
"4 years, hard to believe. I miss you more than anything especially around this holiday season . My brother, my guardian angel, I love you eternally
"Ah, Joe, miss you more with each passing year. So much news we'd love to share. I'm sure you know it all, but I hope you know how much sweeter it would be to have you here. Your passing is something we'll never understand. Love you"
"2 yrs and I still can't believe you are gone :("
"It's been two years Joe. Not a day goes by where I don't think about you and that grin. You will always be in my heart"
"Happy 56th birthday in heaven dear brother....you are missed more than words could ever say :("
"Hard to believe 1 yr already..., I miss your voice, your hugs, your laughter, those jokes of yours. I would give anything to have you back Joey, anything."
""I'll miss you always and forever, Joe. Not a day goes by without either Bob or me thinking about something you said or did back when....""
"I miss my friend. I miss his smile and his laugh, and even his jokes. I miss his genuine kindness and generosity. I miss our intelligent banter. In another time and in another place we will meet up again. You died way too soon my friend. Donna did a wonderful job honoring your memory! You'd be proud."
"Love and miss you uncle joe"
"I love you and miss you so much Joey. I know you are up in that big bright sky guiding us."
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