Tracey posted on July 1, 2010
The world has lost yet another special person this week. Heaven is surely even more glorious with Joe's arrival. He has joined a dear friend of ours who passed on not too long ago, is dearly missed, yet in their earthly absence we know that the Lord is enjoying their presence.To have known Joe was a treasure. Very few, if any, can say they ever saw him openly angry, or at least not in a way that was acted out. That was quite a testimony in this world. What a legacy to pass down to his family members!He was a kind, humble, gentle spirit, with a smile that always felt genuine.We should all have aspirations to be even remotely that tolerant, kind, and genuine. Condolences to the family, and especially to Mrs. Ann, as they adjust to the departure of their loved one and await the reunion with him when their time on this earth is no more. We pray that you will continue to teach your children and grandchildren of his wonderful and rare traits, that they may be inspired, encouraged, and consoled by the memories .May the Lord continue to bless all of your lives and keep you in His care.

mary posted on June 2, 2010
Our hearts are there tonight even though we can't be. We love you all so much. mary and merle

Rachelle Sorrell posted on June 2, 2010
I wanted to write to tell you how sorry I was to hear this news. Coach Lebel was always there to greet all of us basketball players with a smile and a hug. He had words of encouragement that would make anyone feel better. May you all take comfort that he touched many people and made a difference in their life.Rachelle SorrellSHS Class of 89

Anonymous posted on June 1, 2010