Joe passed away last night. He went peacefully and with his wife by his side.
Many people are saying he lost a battle but I don’t see it that way. He didn’t lose anything, he is all in our hearts forever. He had a life that was well lived – even if it was only 28 years.
There are a lot of people who are numb today after this news spread like wildfire but mostly we are happy that we had the honor and privilege of knowing such a great guy. Death is so hard, yet a huge part of life. It sure does remind us to be thankful for the life we have.
Live it, Love it, Be it!
CANCER SUCKS (this is how Joe would sign off on his website)