Posted by Michael Foster on February 20, 2022
Mr.Foulke. I kinda miss getting ya pissed off. It's just how it was with us. We always worked hard & partied hard. Plus we made alotta money together.
 RIP my friend,see you on the other side one day.
Posted by Sandra Baez on March 1, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with Marge and all of Joe's family. Joe was a really nice guy and a hard worker. We were very happy to have him as an employee at Brida Stone Inc.
Brida Stone Inc. & The Brida Family
Posted by Brittney Flippin on February 26, 2019
Uncle Joe! you were an amazing person... you were always there when i needed someone to talk to. Making my mom take me skating because your little buddy wanted to go! i remember you and marge visiting the house in pitman all the time.... i wish i couldve seen you one last time before you left us but im glad you are no longer suffering and up there watching over us and keeping Uncle Jimmy and Grams in line!... you will be missed greatly Love You!
Posted by Sue Jones on February 26, 2019
Marge & Joe's family,
So sorry for your loss. Praying that happy memories with Joe will comfort you in the days to come.
Sue Jones
Posted by Brandy Roe on February 23, 2019
RIP Uncle Joe. You always were one of my favorites in the family. I’m proud to say that my son Damien has a lot of you in his blood. See you on the other side.
Posted by JOHN VOIT on February 23, 2019
sorry for your loss mardge i met joe in elementry school so we go way back had the pleasure to work with him for several years ,he was a good guy He will be missed
Posted by Sabrina Foulke on February 23, 2019
I'm going to miss hearing you call me "kid" and that huge smile that lit up the room. I love you, Uncle Joe!!
Posted by Michael Foster on February 23, 2019
Joe and I had are far share of fun and games. Loved working together and making money. Great friend from way way back and will definitely be missed. RIP JOE POSITIVE.
Posted by William Flowers on February 23, 2019
Ill always remember Joe as a friend I could count on at anytime.We shared many a day and night through the 70s working on and driving our hot-rods either at his house or mine,what fun we had. I will miss him as I`m sure many will. My deepest sympathy to Marge and Joes Son and Daughter. He sure did smile while speaking of his Grand-Daughter. We will meet again someday :(

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