Condolences for Joseph Giardina

Cynthia Anselmo posted on 3/26/21

We are so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Joe as my dad’s best friend, a generous man, always laughing and would do anything for family. My prayers for you and the family.


Mary Beth and Bob Becker posted on 3/24/21

So very sorry for your loss. Joe was an amazing person and he will be missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him. Our thoughts and prayers are being sent your way. May the Angel's see him safely home, and may he rest peacefully. If there is anything that we can do to help you through this difficult time, please let us know. With love & sincere sympathy, Mart Beth & Bob Becker


Dammes family posted on 3/23/21

Somebody said Joe was the nicest man they knew. Well we agree. He had a good heart. Condolences to Mary and the family


Linda (Garone) Schoepfer posted on 3/23/21

Joe was a gentle kind soul I knew him first through the Hicksville Fire Department. Many years of fun, laughs and great memories. Then I found out they were moving to Brunswick Forest NC a few miles away. We used to see each other occasionally at Harris Teeter. My heart and prayers go out to Mary and her family. Rest In Peace Joe.


Theresa Chetta posted on 3/22/21

My husband Carmelo (Carl) has many good memories of living with Joe & his parents when he got out of the Army. Some memories of living with him were very funny. Joe was a good cousin to my husband. May he rest in peace.


Debra Ferber Keaton posted on 3/21/21

Growing up as part of Hicksville Fire Department family, there were so many things I remember bits and pieces of. From the tournaments to Santa Clause to playing at their house with Betty Ann. Mr. G was like another dad to us kids back in the day. He was truly a gentle giant and will be missed greatly. Keeping the Giardina family in my thoughts and prayers.


Sioux-Zin Paul posted on 3/21/21

Joe was an Angel on Earth. He would do anything for anyone in need. I remember him giving me soft baked chocolate chip cookies when I did a good job at work. I would give him butterfly kisses on the top of his head to make him blush. His smile lit up a room and he always made me laugh and gave great hugs. I miss you Dodos. I’m sending you all my love and condolences.


Maryann Sullivan posted on 3/21/21

My heartfelt condolences to all of you. My first memories of Joe was went I was a little girl. When the fire horn went off myself and some kids in the neighborhood would run to the corner of Cedar and Stanley St to watch this tall, thin fireman come out of his house and run up Ceader St to try and make the truck at Briggs St. We would cheer when he made the truck, which he usually did. Lol Who know that I would meet a guy in that same Co, become good friends, become backyard neighbor's for 36 yrs., And share fun happy memories, especially our trips to Disney. RIP Joe.


Jo Ann Balnis posted on 3/21/21

May your memories give you strength and help to fill your void. Sorry for your loss. May "Uncle Joe" rest in peace.