Mr. Joseph R. Wichrowski
- March 5, 1918 - January 16, 2013
- Brooksville, Florida
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What a wonderful man Joe was. He always had a story to tell. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. God bless his daughters and their families.
Posted by: Tina Ritz - Tampa, FL - Friend Jan 25, 2013
My Deepest Condolence to your family. I send my prayers, love, light, and hugs.
Posted by: Donna Rose - Midvale, UT - Mother in law to Granddaughter Jan 24, 2013
He was the greatest man I will ever know.
Joseph Wichrowski taught us so much...
To be proud of our heritage,
To work hard every day, and
How to be a great faithful person in everything we may do or be.
I will always have him in my heart.
Posted by: Jennifer Mejia - Spring Hill, FL - granddaughter Jan 24, 2013
God has a great guy up in the Heavens! Joe will probably be playing his mandolin for all. Down here on earth he had a good life with two daughters that were devoted to him. Now he will be watching over you all the time, from Heaven. May God bless you and your families. Sharon
Posted by: Sharon Decarolis - Tampa, FL - friend Jan 24, 2013
Thoughts and prayers are being sent to you all. What a lucky man Joe was to have so much wonderful time with his girls and family. You should be proud of the great job you did taking care of him. May your memories always be with you. God Bless
Posted by: Linda Johnston - Brooksville, FL Jan 24, 2013
Your friends at CENTURY 21 Connections and CENTURY 21 Alliance Realty would like to express our deepest sympathy for your families in this time of loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by: CENTURY 21 Connections - FL Jan 23, 2013
I remember Joe and Lila passing through Virginia on their way to Philadelphia.That's when I got to see and play with my cousins. It was always a happy time with lots of food, fun and conversation. Joe was such a gentle, kind man, so easy to be around even as a kid. I will miss him but will always have a smile when I think of him. With Loving Memories, JoAnn
Posted by: JoAnn Whalen - Virginia Beach, VA - niece Jan 22, 2013
We are so sorry for your loss. We pray you will all find peace and comfort in our Lord and Savior. Hold on to all the happy times and wonderful memories. If you do, he will always be close. With Deepest Sympathy--Sandy & Tom Vance
Posted by: Tom & Sandra Vance - Hudson, FL - Former Neighbors Jan 22, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We were so glad to have visited with Uncle Joe at mom's 90th birthday party. We enjoyed his stories about Mom and Floss talking him in to breaking a date so he could take them dancing, sometimes in New Jersey. We will always cherish the pictures we have of the party with most of the relatives. Please keep in touch! Love, John and Nancy
Posted by: John Coner - Chesapeake, VA - Nephew Jan 19, 2013
The staff of Turner Funeral Homes wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. Wichrowski.
Posted by: Denise M. Cronin Jan 18, 2013