ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Moglovkin 31 years old , born on January 7, 1970 and passed away on April 29, 2001. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2020
Today our Joey would have celebrated his 50th birthday! You are forever young, dear Joey! Happy Birthday!
Posted by Michol Kaeser on April 29, 2017
Sixteen years without you, Joey! You are so very loved, so very missed- especially by my kids who wish they had known you. I think of you every day, my Brother! Love you, and I know I'll see you again one day.
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2017
Thinking of you with love today and everyday- happy 47th birthday, Joey!
Posted by Karen Marie Hudson on April 30, 2015
Its very hard to believe it been that long since you went away. Not a day goes bye that we don't think of you.. You my dear cousin are missed very much...love you..
Posted by Tracy Maier on April 30, 2015
Certainly doesn't feel like 14 years. I still remember our last conversation and that smile of yours! I miss you terribly and hope you are still keeping an eye on me. I love you Joey.
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2015
Happy 45th birthday, Joey! You are loved and missed today especially! You are always with me and I know that you are special to my children. The Triplets are so happy to share their birthday with you. They are ten today! We all love you so much, Dear Brother!
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 8, 2013
Thinking of my Joey- we celebrated the Triplets' eighth birthday yesterday. Joey is always remembered by them which makes me so happy. They will always have him with them. Love you forever, Joey!
Posted by Joyce Aaron on January 7, 2012
Joey, you were a sweet and wonderful person, and a terrific nephew!
I still have the sweet letters you wrote to me, I treasure them!!
Michol took me to visit you, it was hard but so great.
I'll always love you Joey. Your loving Aunt Joyce
Posted by Christine Gross on January 7, 2012
You are very missed, Joe. I still remember fun times in typing class and you giving Mrs. Dietrich a hard time!!! Rest in peace brother.
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2012
Thinking of you with love today as I do every day, Joey! Wish you were here with us celebrating your Triplet nieces' and nephew's birthday along with yours. I'm so happy they were born on your birthday so they will always have that connection to you. I miss you and I love you all to pieces! C-ya!
Mickey
Posted by Joyce Aaron on April 29, 2011
My nephew Joey Moglovkin will always be remembered, very lovingly. He was a doll! I'll never forget the visits to Penn. when Joey was about 1 yr. old and then around 9 yrs. later with Michol too. Wonderful memories never die. I love you Joey! Au
Posted by Joyce Aaron on April 29, 2011
I love the photos of Joey and Michol and with their Dad..Marshall. I have a photo (not handy) of Joey in his hockey uniform. I treasure it.
Love Aunt Joyce
Posted by Christine Gross on April 29, 2011
It seems impossible that ten years has passed since Joe's passing. You are loved, missed, and remembered in our hearts!
Posted by Christine Gross on May 3, 2010
Joe was such a fun friend to have throughout my school years. He was fun-loving and often had a smile on his face...especially when he was up to something!!:) Miss you, Joey!
Posted by Joyce Aaron on April 24, 2010
My dear Joey, I was so lucky to know and have a sweet and terrific nephew as you. I'll always love you.
So glad I could visit you with Michol when I was in Penn.
Love, Aunt Joyce
Posted by Hale Richards on April 20, 2010
I only met Joe a few time. My lasting memory of Joe was at a Phantoms hockey game. Joe and I spent most of the game laughing really hard and having a great time. You are missed Joe!
Posted by Michol Kaeser on April 16, 2010
Joey, I think of you every day, all of the time. Nine years without you has been so hard, but I know you're always around us. Thanks for our memories, Brother!

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Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2020
Today our Joey would have celebrated his 50th birthday! You are forever young, dear Joey! Happy Birthday!
Posted by Michol Kaeser on April 29, 2017
Sixteen years without you, Joey! You are so very loved, so very missed- especially by my kids who wish they had known you. I think of you every day, my Brother! Love you, and I know I'll see you again one day.
Posted by Michol Kaeser on January 7, 2017
Thinking of you with love today and everyday- happy 47th birthday, Joey!
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Cherry blossom petals

Shared by Michol Kaeser on April 29, 2019

I remember when I first heard those terrible words that my Joey was gone, how devastated I felt. That was one of the worst moments of my life. Part of that conversation with the Bayonne Police included being told that they did not know where Joe's car was, at the time. A few days later, they called to say they found his car. It was a block away from where he had stayed, and it had been covered with cherry blossoms. What a sweet image that made for me. Ever since then, whenever I see falling cherry blossoms I think of him. As I shared this story with Erin this morning, she had tears in her eyes- she told me without ever knowing this story, that she has always loved cherry blossoms but never knew why. Now she does. Those little flowers help to create a peaceful place in my heart when I think of that terrible time. It was a beautiful way to let us know that he is at peace, in Heaven. 

I'll miss you forever, my Joey! Thinking of you this day and always.

Love,

Your Mickie

My Brother Joey

Shared by Michol Kaeser on April 16, 2010

One of my favorite memories of Joe was from when we were little.  He was very protective of me,  and I was told that he didn't want me to learn how to walk because he was afraid that I would walk away.  (Joey was two years older than me).  He would push me down whenever I tried to get up!  I did try to run away when I was around four or five years old- I don't remember why- some injustice, I'm sure.  I even packed my pink and purple flowered suitcase, I was so serious!  He followed me and asked me where I was going.   I said I was getting a new house to live in.  He wanted to know where.  I said I was going to follow the creek or the train tracks until I found something better.  He told me he knew a great place where I could live, so I followed him around the block, and unbeknownst to me, he led me right back to our own house, from the back.  When I realized what he had done, I got mad and tried to get away but he picked me up and hauled me kicking and screaming back into the house.  

Joey was my hero and defender growing up.  He also taught me how to take care of myself by thoughtfully picking fights with me whenever the opportunity would arise!  No one has beaten me yet, Joe, thanks to you!  

He loved my Baby Erin, and was so proud of being her Uncle!  He called her Candy Bear and wanted to take her out in her stroller to the mall so he could "pick up chicks."  Needless to say, that never happened!  He had some funny ideas.  I have some great photos of him from her Christening day, and our last time together at Smedley Park- I am planning to post them as soon as I can get the scanner to work.  I would have loved to have heard his reaction to finding out that he was going to become an Uncle to Triplets, and then to have them born on HIS birthday, besides!  I know he pulled some heavenly strings to get that to happen, five weeks ahead of their due date!

Joey was a huge Flyers and Phillies fan- one of our best memories was going to see the Phillies World Series games in 1993- the one that went to 15 innings.  We had a great time, even though we lost the game- it was so special that we got to go.

More pictures of Joe will be posted.  I hope that you will share your special memories of him with us too.  Nine years is coming up, and I want very much to know that he is still loved and thought of,  even now.