Joseph Louis Fry Sr.
Friday, May 22nd | Comment by: Sandy Cicconi
Joanne, I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers for you and your family.
Friday, May 22nd | Comment by: Gregory Farlow
Very sorry to hear the passing of my Uncle Joe. He was always talking sports with me and joking around. I'm glad he jumped on the bus to be with Aunt Ginny . I love you Uncle Joe.
Friday, May 22nd | Comment by: Anne McCafferty
Patty, Sharon, Joanne, and Joe my sincerest condolences on the passing of your Dad. I was happy to see him at my Dads 90th. I sure he is happy to be rejoined with your mom. Hugs, Anne McCafferty
My Mom sends her condolences as well.
Tuesday, May 26th | Comment by: Beth Yohe
Patty, Sharon, Joanne, and Joe,
What can I say other than "I'm so sorry" and "He's with your mom now"? Your dad was a Blast from my Past! He was funny and great to work with and I was honored to be his real estate agent just a short time ago. Life goes by too quickly and we all grew up so fast. It's hard to believe I knew your dad and your family when I was a little girl hanging out in the playground. It was wonderful to sit with him as an adult and go over paperwork in his and your mom's Newtown kitchen. Your dad was witty and charming and silly, and then he'd become professional and serious. He was a character and a good man. He was so proud of you, his children and his grandchildren, and he missed your mom dearly. I know you all know that in your hearts, and I know you all miss him. I'm so happy you shared him with me. Thank you. Beth Yohe
Thursday, July 2nd | Comment by: Tammy Mayer
I'm sorry to hear of Joe's passing. I met him at Brookdale. He kept my mom (Virginia) and me laughing. Brookdale wasn't the same for us once he left there. I'm glad he is with his wife, which he spoke often about. Peace be with you all.