Condolence & Memory Journal

My deepest sympathy for Joe's passing. I worked for Joey quite frequently in my early career as a Millwright and have nothing but good thoughts of him and how he treated me and others. He addressed most as "Babydoll" as it was his favorite term of endearment. Rest peacefully Brother, in God's loving arms. Til we meet again. "GRAZ"

Posted by Tom Graziani - Pittsburgh, PA - Coworker   November 08, 2020

Lois, Im so sorry to hear about Joe's passing. You have my condolences!

Posted by Bob Martin - Greensburg, PA   March 06, 2020

So sorry for your loss Laurie, my previous words of comfort must have been accidentally deleted.

I remember all of the good times our families had together on New Year's Eve when we were kids and our dads, Joe, Benny, Jack and Richie would sing Auld Lang Syne.

Those were good times! My sympathies to you and his family.

Lisa Peluso

Posted by Lisa Peluso - PIttsburgh, PA   February 21, 2020

James and family. Deepest sympathy for your loss. Frick Emergency Department Staff

Posted by A friend   February 21, 2020

So sorry for the loss of Joe. He was such a good man and friend.

Posted by Gary Schade - Mineral Wells, WV - Family Friend   February 21, 2020

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Posted by A friend   February 20, 2020

Uncle Joe always made me smile ❤

Posted by - PA   February 20, 2020

Joe was one of the nicest person you could ever meet. And I can honestly say that I can never remember a bad memory associated with him and the McBeth family were very lucky to have him in our life.
William Todd McBeth

Posted by A friend   February 20, 2020