In Memory

Joseph Henry [Joe] Weir

It is with a heavy heart that I have to inform you of another classmate that left us too soon.  Joe Weir passed away on Monday, April 6th.  I have no details at time.  Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers as we mourn the loss of such a great guy.

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04/12/20 08:40 AM #1    

Sherri Lee Wildstein

I knew Joe as far back as Sunday School at The Ahavath Chesed Synagouge in Jacksonville before we attened Wolfson.  He was always kind, sweet and friendly.   Joe you will be missed my sweet friend.  May you rest in eternal peace.

04/13/20 01:51 PM #2    

Howard Herman Schmerin

Joe was a truly nice guy.  I am so sorry to hear of his passing. We met in Jr. High and suffered through 8th grade English together at DuPont.  He helped make the class tolerable for me.  He will be remembered. Howard Schmerin 

04/14/20 06:59 AM #3    

David Troxler

Joe was indeed a kind and friendly guy.  We went back many years and he was always good to be around. My sincere sympathy to his family.

04/15/20 08:14 AM #4    

Ed Harris

I remember Joe from Hendricks Ave.  4th grade Mrs. Howarth's class. RIP.

04/15/20 11:28 AM #5    

Chris Hildreth

Though Joe and I went our own ways after Wolfson my favorite memory of him was wandering down Habana Av. one night with him along with Chris Casserole, Bruce Green, and Robert Greene singing "I'm a Girl Watcher". And, if memory serves, he actually had a pair of "Girl Watcher" shades on as well. The guy always looked happy.

04/15/20 11:30 AM #6    

Chris Hildreth

Sorry Chris...Cassero! Damned spell check.

04/16/20 08:24 AM #7    

Fitzhugh Knox [Fitz] Powell

That's a sad thing. Joe was in many of my classes over the years vs and as mentioned always smiling !! Blessings to the family !! I surfed with Joe as well, and that was when there were Zero Crowds. Surfs up in Heaven Joe! 

04/16/20 06:40 PM #8    

Christopher Cassaro (Cassaro)

   My best friend. That's all I have to say. He knows the rest........

04/18/20 07:51 AM #9    

Karen Elizabeth White (Cox)

Joe and I lived on Ferrarra and did same bus stop during DuPont years.  We were in homeroom and some classes together  Fairly sure I had a crush on him, as I always talked too much around him, and he would say I talked too much.  Called me motormouth, but then wrote in 8th grade yearbook I wasn't really a motormouth but that I just talked too much; short, sweet message I rather cherished and remember to this day.  His mom and mine became good friends.  Was good to see him at 30th year reunion; and, despite having married the love of my life, I think I may have still been crushing on Joe a bit, haha.  Life is funny and sad, but, ultimately wonderful.  I feel blessed to have known Joe in my life.  May he be getting into all kinds of mischief in the hereafter, because his mischievous side was wonderful here on Earth.  

04/19/20 11:44 AM #10    

Karen Rae Baumgarten (Sher)

Am sad to learn of Joe's passing. He was light-hearted and fun and always added sunshine to this world. I remember that I liked his smile and thought he was a good-natured, genuine person.  

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