Joseph Edwards

Joseph Charles Edwards, passed away at his home Thursday May 2, 2019 at 70 years of age. Son of the late Joseph and Edith Edwards. Brother of Marcella Gingras (Mike) of Toronto, Mary Corbet and the late Eddie Edwards. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Joe will be remembered as a kind man. His family will be remembering privately.

6 Comments on “Joseph Edwards”

  1. Joe was a fun person who sincerely loved and cared. We will miss his phone calls and kidding and laughter. We are so happy that he is at home with his heavenly father.

  2. Joe we known each other for over 30 years. You will be missed dearly. Your phone calls and asking for your Timmies every day. You have been a great godfather to our kids. Well now you won’t be suffering anymore. You are now resting with your Angels. We love you and miss you.

  3. We enjoyed getting to know Joe when he attended our church in Kitchener. What an exciting day it was when Joe decided to get baptized in the Hidden Acres Pond! He loved to help wherever he could…using his gift of “sewing” to put together quilts for MCC etc. When we went to visit Joe a few months ago over a Harvey’s hamburger (his favourite place to eat) , Joe was so grateful for the great care he received each day…from the PSW girl to everybody who called him on a regular basis…he was so thankful for friends.

  4. to the family of the late joe edward sorry to hear about the passing of the love one joe who lived down the hall from me may the famiy
    mat god be with the familyat this time as they grei at this tima

  5. To my dear brother, will miss your constant phone calls everyday, telling me nothing, at least now you are
    In a better place, no more suffering, still too young to go .
    RIP with your brother and stepdad
    Love you bro
    Mike and Marcella

  6. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Joe. I had the privilege of getting to know Joe over the last couple years at the bank. The first time is when he was in a medical situation at the bank and I helped him and called 911. After that he never forgot me and always waited in line for me. He has suffered off and on over the years but always had a smile.

    Rest in peace now Joe

    Terri Warren

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