Joseph will always be remembered. It was very hard to write something for a young adult, and had little time to spend with us. While Joe was still on this earth, he made an impact on us. The things Joe did will last a lifetime, he had everyone smiling and our hearts filled with love.
To write Joe was a nice boy was an understatement. When he was younger, he cared for everyone. Even when times got tough he got back up and smiled.
He said, “ Tomorrow will be a better day.”
As a young boy Joe was very interested in being a CEO of a company; he always tried to always create a business. You would always see Joe trying to sell lemonade or sell his shoes, but we knew he was going to be an entrepreneur one day.
On October 25, we found out he was sick from cancer. Stephen, Joe, Leeann and myself went to Club Med Cancun for the week before his medical exam. While in Cancun Joe was asked to windsail with me. Joe only sailed a couple times in his life, but being with family was the main idea.
As we came back from a beautiful vacation Joe’s results came in. The results didn’t look too promising. Here I am to speak about my sons death on this podium. Joe will be here to rest wearing a black tux. This black tux was his brother which he was very close too. Besides him is his football cleat very time he was out on that field you could see a smile that brings happiness to everyone. There are so many things to say about Joe and this might make you cry, but remembering the good thing will make you happy and if you are happy Joe is happy.