Joseph S. Britton
Saturday, May 23rd | Comment by: William R. Britton, Jr.
My younger brother Joe meant the world to me. I loved him dearly and already miss “Smilin Joe.” Joe and his family always went the extra mile to include me in all of the family holidays and special events. He was the bedrock of our family and has been the center of our family since the passing of our Mom back in 2001. I only hope that I can continue to carry on all the family traditions with GrandDad, Nancy, Scott, Paige and Maddy. With much love, Uncle Bill
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Jack Addicks
Our sincere condolences to the Britton family.
Jack & Carolyn Addicks
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Bob Knorr
This captures Joe exactly as I remember him - always smiling.
When I was just a freshman at Council Rock he was a junior but I got to know him better than most upperclass men through our neighborhood connection. Despite having earned the status as "big man on campus" he always treated me as a friend from the neighborhood whenever I saw him in the hallways at CR. He would even bestow the honor of sitting with me on the late afternoon sports bus that dropped us off at the end of Beaumont Dr. Simple acts of kindness like this define the giver (in this case Joe) and help shape the receiver especially during formative years. Although I haven't seen Joe in years, I will never forget his infectious smile nor the positive impact he had on this lowly freshman.
God bless Joe and provide comfort to the entire Britton family.
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Kathy Kurek (Paski)
Nancy, Scott and Paige,
Our deepest condolences...we will always remember Joe's smiling face at the Princeton games.
Bob and Kathy Paski
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Frank and Kathleen Furgiuele
We are saddened to learn of Joe’s passing and will keep you in our prayers. Joe touched the lives of so many, especially the young boys he coached at Upper Makefield soccer. Our son, Christopher, is a better man because of Coach Britton, and we are eternally grateful. We will miss his happy face at Lookaway... RIP Joe!
Kathleen and Frank Furgiuele
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Vic stanley
I am very sad to hear of the passing of one of my guys. Joe wrestled for me and was very successful. He was a very hard worker who gave his all. He is well remembered by the Council Rock Wrestling Community. A great kid and an even better man. RIP my friend I will miss you terribly.
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Bob Szczypkowski
My heartfelt condolences, Good Thoughts and Prayers for Joe, Nancy, Family and Friends. I loved playing golf with and against Joe at Lookaway, and will miss our competions and the best part, hanging out afterwards. He will truly be missed. God Bless!!
Sunday, May 24th | Comment by: Stan Padgett
To big Bill, Bob, Bill jr. and Jennifer. May God give you peace . Always fond memories of the Britton family at Christmas time and Joe brought smiles to everyone . Proud to have been a first cousin . Love to all of Joe’s family and let it be known that there has never been a better man . God bless. Stan Padgett.
Monday, May 25th | Comment by: Noel Capuano
My heartfelt sympathy to Joe’s family. I was honored to have worked with Joe on several of his cases as a financial expert. He was a true professional but more importantly he was a kind man. I so enjoyed our talks, and had only recently spoken to him a week or so ago. I’m so thankful to have known him and will miss him dearly.
Monday, May 25th | Comment by: Harry Barfoot
I am so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. I lived across the street from Joe and his family growing up in high school. I spent many hours with Joe and his family playing tennis or a game of pool at their house. Joe was smart, always smiling, and a great athlete. I would see Joe occasionally around the Newtown area and we'd catch up on family, work, life. He still had that infectious smile! My condolences to his family and prayers from all of the Barfoot's.
Tuesday, May 26th | Comment by: Duane Love
So very sad to hear of Joe’s passing. One of the truly good guys who was always there for me & my family. Having known Joe for over 30 years we enjoyed both a personal & professional relationship. We played many rounds of golf together as he was my partner for member guest & ultimately Joe & Nancy sponsored My Wife Mary & I when we got married at Lookaway. We also had many a friendly competition at Lookaway as Joe was passionate about golf for sure an loved to win. Joe spoke with such love & was so so proud of his wife & children. I’ll always remember his gracious & bright persona. He will be sadly missed by many but never forgotten!!
May you always Rest In Peace my friend !
Tuesday, May 26th | Comment by: Sandy Garten
To Nancy and family- It is with a heavy and saddened heart that I offer condolences to the passing of Joe. The short time that I spent living with
him and Ken in Wycome were memorable. The kindness that Joe passed on to others can not be measured. His infectious smile will surely be missed as well as the calming effect he had . How often can you say someone had an impact on your life. Joe did.
With love Sandi and Sandi Garten
Wednesday, May 27th | Comment by: Dan Grosso
Although I have only known Joe for a few years I am very thankful to have crossed paths with him. I am very appreciative of Joe repeatedly relieving my stress during difficult times. I wish I had the opportunity to know him outside of a professional level.
Rest in peace Joe.
Tuesday, June 2nd | Comment by: BOBBY DERDERIAN
Nancy, So sorry about the loss of your Husband Joe. May he rest in the Eternal Peace of Our Lord and Our Lady. And may you and all of your family live in that same Peace until you are once again reunited with Joe!!! God Bless you always and in all ways!!!
Thursday, June 25th | Comment by: Sandy Pierce
Dear Paige, Nancy, and Scott,
My prayers are with you all. I am sorry to hear about your dad. He was a great guy and I know how much you loved one another. May your memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. Your family is warmly remembered at Wrightstown Elementary. I still remember your mom dressing as a bee for us and your dad trying to do your hair and pick out outfits for you when your mom was away. Most of all, I remember how happy and well loved you were, Paige. I will be thinking about you all.