ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joseph Vendetti, 58 years old, born on February 15, 1963, and passed away on July 3, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Delfina Torres on August 8, 2021
I will always remember Joe for his kindness and thoughtfulness. Even though we were not part of his real family he never forgot us on holidays like Thanksgiving or Christmas. I miss his phone calls everyday to talk. Even though he called a little too much. I realize now how much he is missed. I sometimes wish I could have saved one of his voicemails on the answering machine just to hear his voice again. He would always call me about how I made my picadillo lol. He loved to cook mexican food. he was such a good cook. We love you Joe.
Posted by Joe Campirano on August 7, 2021
I will always treasure the memories I have with Joe.
He wasn't a person to show his affection but you knew he cared
by the little things he did for the ones he loved. Underneath that rough exterior of bluntness was a huge heart of gold, especially for animals. He always made time to care for his furry friends in need. Joe was good at so many things, cooking was one of the many things. He was such a great cook. He took time to cook everything to perfection for those he invited over for dinner. Joe was known for cooking delicious spaghetti. I will miss the way he could turn my bad day around with heartwarming texts or saying something to make me laugh. I could always depend on Joe whenever I was in a bad situation without harsh judgment. Instead, he would give me advice that came from a place of love. Joe had so many strenuous obstacles throughout his life that would have so many others ready to throw in the towel if they were in his shoes. He had an incredible inner strength like no other for such a little guy. I would tell him he was like Thomas the train. The little engine that could. He would smile. Joe and I would do anything for each other despite how many times we argued or had a falling out. We always managed to turn things around and come back to be by each other's side in times of need. Joe was more than just another friend to me. Joe was my home. My family. My life. I will never forget him. I love you Joe, I miss you. ❤

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Posted by Delfina Torres on August 8, 2021
I will always remember Joe for his kindness and thoughtfulness. Even though we were not part of his real family he never forgot us on holidays like Thanksgiving or Christmas. I miss his phone calls everyday to talk. Even though he called a little too much. I realize now how much he is missed. I sometimes wish I could have saved one of his voicemails on the answering machine just to hear his voice again. He would always call me about how I made my picadillo lol. He loved to cook mexican food. he was such a good cook. We love you Joe.
Posted by Joe Campirano on August 7, 2021
I will always treasure the memories I have with Joe.
He wasn't a person to show his affection but you knew he cared
by the little things he did for the ones he loved. Underneath that rough exterior of bluntness was a huge heart of gold, especially for animals. He always made time to care for his furry friends in need. Joe was good at so many things, cooking was one of the many things. He was such a great cook. He took time to cook everything to perfection for those he invited over for dinner. Joe was known for cooking delicious spaghetti. I will miss the way he could turn my bad day around with heartwarming texts or saying something to make me laugh. I could always depend on Joe whenever I was in a bad situation without harsh judgment. Instead, he would give me advice that came from a place of love. Joe had so many strenuous obstacles throughout his life that would have so many others ready to throw in the towel if they were in his shoes. He had an incredible inner strength like no other for such a little guy. I would tell him he was like Thomas the train. The little engine that could. He would smile. Joe and I would do anything for each other despite how many times we argued or had a falling out. We always managed to turn things around and come back to be by each other's side in times of need. Joe was more than just another friend to me. Joe was my home. My family. My life. I will never forget him. I love you Joe, I miss you. ❤
his Life
We regret to announce that Joseph Anthony Vendetti, Age 58.  A beloved son, brother, family member and friend passed early morning on Saturday, July 3, 2021 in the hospital with his family by his side. Joseph was born in Novato California on February 15, 1963 to the late Rosemary Cook-Garcia and raised by Jose Hernandez Garcia.
Joey’s life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched by him understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. Those who knew Joseph even just a little lost a shining light in their lives. What you saw was what you got with him. If you were lucky enough to be his friend he was truly a delighted, generous, easy-going and loving human being. He devoted much of his time and energy to his cats and plants. His heart was of gold.Joey will be missed every day by his siblings:Tina Guiterrez and her husband Martin Guiterrez Jr Converse,Texas. Anna Perrin and her husband Michael Perrin of Pipe Creek,Texas. Dominick and his wife Jennifer Vendetti Bulverde, Texas. Felicia Martinez and her husband Gabriel Martinez San Antonio,Texas. Angela Vendetti of Pensacola, Florida. 
Joey will be missed by his nephew and nieces:Martin Guiterrez III and his wife Michelle Guiterrez ,Ashley Guiterrez, Marcus Guiterrez and his wife Aurora Guiterrez. Amanda Perrin, Michael Garcia,Vincent Martinez, Xaiver  Martinez, Thaseus Martinez. Paige Vendetti, Tyler Vendetti, Trinity Vendetti, Ryan Vendetti, Brayden Vendetti, Brooklyn Vendetti.

Joey will also be missed by his great nephew and nieces : Aniya Guiterrez , Azreal Guiterrez, Aiden Guiterrez, Marcus Guiterrez , Emilia Guiterrez, KJ Guiterrez, Nadia Guiterrez
Joey will be greatly missed by his best friend Joey Camprano.

Joey will be going to heaven to meet his mother Rosemary Garcia and his brother Tony Vendetti.

Memorial service will be held at Converse First Baptist Church at 9162 FM 78 Converse,TX 78109 Date July 24 2021 @ 11:00 a
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