This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Michael Costanza 33 years old , born on January 30, 1976 and passed away on November 13, 2009. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Linda Strayer on January 29, 2010
Linda Strayer
I was just thinking that tomorrow would have been Joe's birthday. Life can be so unfair. Miss you Joe.
Posted by Frank Mills on January 20, 2010
Thought of you today Joe.
Posted by Phyllis Costanza on January 14, 2010
Joe you have been gone for 2 months now. I still can't believe it. Every day I think about you and still think this is all a dream, a very bad nightmare. Miss you - mom
Posted by Joseph Maurer on January 10, 2010
You will be missed but not forgotten!
Posted by William Costanza Jr on January 5, 2010
We made it through the holiday season Joe, but it was not the same with out you, nor will it ever be the same again, all we can do is move forward and hope for the best.

Posted by William Costanza Jr on December 22, 2009
This is a very hard Christmas for us Joe, your mom and I try to understand all of this, but I am not sure we ever will.
You will be with us always son, always.

Love Mom&Dad
Posted by Robert Larson on December 8, 2009
Joey, It still hasn't sunk in that you are gone. God took a good man. Thoughts and prayers to your mom, dad, brother, wife and kids.
Posted by Kim Obrien on November 30, 2009
"Gone, but never, ever forgotten. Love you and miss you little cousin"
Posted by Jackie Shaw on November 30, 2009
You were a wonderful person,full of life,love & commitment to all. A part of all who knew you will miss you & will pray for your family. Rest in peace, dear Joe.
Posted by Donna Weir on November 30, 2009
A good father and son-in-law.So sad that you had to leave so early in life.You are in good hands now.You'll always be loved and missed.
Posted by CRAIG MEYERS on November 27, 2009
Posted by John Carnicella on November 26, 2009
Sadly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing and loving him. On this Thanksgiving Day he is seated with the Holy Family at their banquet table.
Posted by Christal Weir on November 25, 2009
so sad to have left your family so young, i know you will be watching over everybody,you will be sadly missed by all
Posted by Valerie Luther on November 24, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by John Dawson on November 24, 2009
Joe you were a good and honest person. You will be missed! In the arms of the angels may you find comfort there.
Posted by Phyllis Costanza on November 24, 2009
You will always be my "baby". We will never forget all the great times we had and all the great memories. I love you son! The holidays will never be the same.
Posted by Shelley Larson on November 24, 2009
"I miss you, every time I think of you I cry, goodbye little cousin."
Posted by Travis Weakland on November 23, 2009
You will be sadly missed,but we will never be forget u.
Posted by Stephen Bowser on November 23, 2009
Prayers go out to the family. A good person in everyway. You will be missed.
Posted by Shaun Wertz on November 23, 2009
Gone but never forgotten brother Joe, may you rest in peace
Posted by Charles Reed on November 23, 2009
I will never forget you Joe! So many memories and good times. May your legacy continue to live on through your children.
Posted by Linda Strayer on November 23, 2009
Your passing is sadly felt by family & friends. You touched so many lives. You'll be remembered.
Posted by Bill Wilfong on November 23, 2009
I will always have you in my mind love you very much.
Posted by Steve Costanza on November 22, 2009
"Sadly missed by his brother and family"
Posted by Bob And Denise Hand on November 22, 2009
A good husband, father, son, brother, and friend. You will be sadly missed by many.
Posted by Nicole Costanza on November 22, 2009
"A very good man, very loving husband and father. You left us way to soon, how do we live without him. He is very sadly missed by his wife and his children.
Posted by Frank Mills on November 22, 2009
Too Soon,too young.We will never forget you.
Posted by William Costanza Jr on November 21, 2009
You left way too soon son, way too soon.
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Posted by Donna Weir on February 1, 2020
There isn't a single day that your not missed and loved so much. I just wished you were here to enjoy your family. Happy heavenly birthday. ♥️
Posted by Phyllis Costanza on January 30, 2020
Happy Birthday Joe. Another birthday without you here with us. I guess your Dad will have to celebrate with you. It's now 5 months that he left us. Missing you both very much ❤️.
Love you
Posted by Phyllis Costanza on November 13, 2019
Joe I can't believe it's been 10 years since you left us. I miss you so much. Tell your Dad I am missing him terribly the house is too empty and quiet. Hopefully your both with the rest of the family. The holidays won't be the same. Love and miss you. Mom
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Way too soon

Shared by William Costanza Jr on December 7, 2009

Joe Joe, that's what your mother and I called you. You had another  fifty years to go, what went wrong? There are a lot of questions and too few answers.

I remember teaching you how to drive, I think you found every pot hole there was to hit. The time you were little and stuck your finger into the third seat latch lift hole, and couldn't get it out.

Meeting you at Harrisburg Airport when you flew in from South Korea. You liked to fix things and you were very good at woodworking and computers, you could fix most anything.

We have a million memories of you and even though you are gone, they will always be with us as will you.

Mom & Dad


One of the best sons in the world

Shared by William Costanza Jr on December 2, 2009

Joe Joe we knew you from the moment of your birth untill the day you passed on to a better world. We remember everything about you, things you were not supposed to do but did anyway, you and your brother playing and going places with us and the one time at Ocean City when you were small and on the beach and turned around to see a wave coming in fast, your little legs ran like the wind to keep from getting swamped. In the pool at the Dunes with a life jacket on and so very very  young, you had no fear of anything

It's little things like that that we will always remember.

I would gladly have traded places with you.

Way too soon son way too soon, you had so much more to do in life.