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My deepest condolences to Liz and Mike, and to Norm. Joe’s light will be missed greatly. Much love to you all.
To Joe’s loved ones, I am so sorry for your loss. The pain associated with losing a loved one can be heart wrenching. But rest assured you’re not alone during this difficult time. Psalms 34:18. May your hearts be soothed each time you remember Joe.
I am so sorry to hear about Joe’s passing. Joe was an employee of our fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta for several years as our House cook. Joe has a great personality, smile, big heart and great laugh! My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family and friends.
I was so sorry to read of Joe's passing. Our families grew up together and he was my classmate through school. Always had a friendly smile on his face.
My thoughts to the Markey family
I am so sorry to hear of Joe’s passing. I knew of him as Joey when we were kids. Mike & Liz (Sissy), you probably don’t remember me much but your family and mine were very close. Your dad and mom were favorites of mine as a child. You know how you can tell when adults just really love kids? That’s how your parents were. They took a genuine interest in us. Your mom taught me how to play acoustic guitar when I was about 12. I remember NJ coming over to play chess with my dad & I seriously just loved him. They were very special people, & I’m sure their children are as well. I want to share condolences for the whole Kinney family. Peace & love to you. I’m so sorry for the loss of your dear brother. Susie Kinney
Norm: I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and the rest of Joe's family. I miss visiting with you and your puppy in the alley and hope to see you in the spring. Cindy
Very sorry to hear of Joe's passing. I have been thinking of great times on 21st Street and Blake Blvd as kids, and Joe's great sense of humor and infectious, unrestrained laugh. Five kids and several adults packed into a station wagon headed home from Howard Johnsons, discovering Joe was sitting on the birthday cake...; hot dogs served as Halloween treats...; the story of Jean backing up and taking the door off the Buick on the tree in the middle of the driveway on Blake.... I thought particularly of those times on my evening walk on Blake tonight. I was and will always be proud to have been embraced warmly by the Markey clan.
My best thoughts are with Mike and Liz tonight.
It is my hope and vision that Joe now is somewhere riding with NJ and Jean in the "three door Buick".
Mike, karen, liz, & family,
I'm so sorry to hear about joe. What a wonderful person. I have so many memories, that when i would run into him, we would take several moments & remember them, ended up with alot of laughing. He will be greatly missed.
Mike, Karyn & girls, Liz & Judy, Norm - Joe was one of the kindest people I've known. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Joyce (Taylor) Welp
To Liz M: I saw the obit for your brother in the paper and recalled how much you loved him. Wishing you well in you and your family's healing!
Very sad to hear of Joe's passing. I will always remember the great days and nights at Maxwell's ! Liz & Mike our sincere condolences.
Kevin & Melissa Torner
I have great memories of working with Joe at Givanni's in the 1990s. He always had a smile on his face and a twinkle in his eye. My sincere condolences to his family.
Mike and family,
I am very sorry for the loss of your brother. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
For the love of Joseph William Markey III Swinging with the clubs and hitting with spades, humor becomes black and deep. The game is replete, time for fun and sport bedone. The dead are free, the view the same for all. Final judgement is eternal. My suit became me. Now it will fit forever to the tee. Thanks for sharing this time in this world. Elizabeth Markey and Judy Pugh
2720 Muscatine Ave.
Iowa City, Iowa
319-338-1132 or 1-866-338-1132
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