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Celebrating the life of
Joseph Page
August 03, 1935 - July 15, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Rosary Service
  • 6:30pm - Tuesday, July 18, 2017
  • St. James Catholic Church
  • 8412 Whitfield Ave (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-355-1523
  • Mass of Christian Burial
  • 12:00pm - Wednesday, July 19, 2017
  • St. James Catholic Church
  • 8412 Whitfield Ave (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-355-1523

Setona, one never knows exactly what to say when you loose a loved one. Joe was a special person always with a smile on his face. His love for life and you was unconditional. He will be missed. His memories will forever be in our hearts. God bless you and your family.

Charlotte and Ken Belk, Savannah, Ga

To Setona and the Page Family: Sincere condolences in the passing of Joe Page. A true Southern gentleman! What a pleasure to have known him and been in his company. God bless you all.

Bobbie Shelton, Savannah, GA

Tony, I just learned of Joe's death. I can't imagine the loss you feel. He was such a nice man. god bless and take care of you. Brenda Simpson

Brenda Simpson, Tybee Island, Ga.

I feel proud to have known him.He was an exceptional human being.Setona I also think of you and feel for you. My deepest condolences; Vera

Vera Hoffman, Savannah , Ga

Setona, all our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Joe always had a smile that could light up a room. He will be sorely missed! May God Bless and comfort you all during this particular time.

Helen and Shane Sullivan, Savannah, Ga

Oh Setona, you're in my thoughts and prayers, as is your so sweet hubby Joe. May God bless you with beautiful loving memories to help you through this time and forever. You know so many are praying for you and love you. Much love my friend, caralee

Caralee , Fort Mill , SC

It is amazing to see how many lives Mr. Page has touched over the years. My condolences to your family. In your time of grief, keep in mind God's promise to bring Joe, and everyone else we have loved and lost in death, back to life. "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..."-John 5:28,29. Just think, God is longing to see Joe alive and well again, just as we all do (Job 14:14,15)!

Brittany, Savannah, Ga

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Setona and the entire family! Joe will be missed by all. He was such a kind and wonderful person and his presence at Maycrest will forever be!

Tim and Brenda Sorrells, Savannah, Ga

I don't think I have ever known a more gentler and kinder business man in all my dealings in the Savannah community over the past 40 years. Joe indeed had an infectious smile and great handshake to all he met. Our best to Setona and all of Joe's family in this somber hour of loss. Peace be with you Joe Page. You will be missed.

Steve and Debbie Shelton, Flowery Branch, GA

Setona, I know today is a hard day. How I wish I could be there. I know it's hard to let go of a life partner and you've showed more strength than anybody I know. But today means no more struggling no more hurting for our dear Mr. Joe. As you say your farewell, I want you to know this. Joe will be remembered (and never forgotten) for being one of the best. For being compassionate, loving, encouraging and respected by most in Savannah, including myself. I love you both dearly. ?? Jen Mouton (Maycrest Family)

Jen, Sacramento , Ca

JOE WAS A FRIEND FOR MANY YEARS, AS A SALESMAN FOR BUILDERAMA HE WAS SOMEONE TO GO TO FOR SUPPLIES AND ADVICE. HE HAD AN OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY. YOU NEVER WENT TO BUILDERAMA TO JUST BUY MATERIALS YOU WOULD ALWAYS LOOK FOR AND FIND JOE FOR A VISIT HE WAS AN UNFORGETABLE PERSON, A REAL FRIEND. MY BROTHER GENE AND I RAN A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN PORT WENTWORTH AND WERE CUSTOMERS OF JOE'S FOR YEARS, HE WAS ALWAYS THERE FOR US. I NEVER FORGOT JOE. I MOVED TO FLORIDA ALMOST 40 YEARS AGO BUT WOULD CALL JOE TO SAY HELLO OCCASIONALLY HE WAS NOT A PERSON TO FORGET HE WAS A LIFELONG FRIEND. MY NEPHEW JAMES CUNNINGHAM KEPT ME POSTED ON JOE'S CONDITION THIS PAST YEAR. I LOST MY BROTHER GENE NEW IN MAY OF THIS YEAR AND JOE LOST HIS OLD FRIEND GENE.GOD WILL BLESS JOE AND HIS FAMILY.

DENNIE H. NEW, PALM CITY, FL

Very sorry for your loss May God Bless you and your family

Gary Hunt, Brunswick , Georgia

A good friend,for years 1st met at Buiderama in back shed on Bay street. One hell'uve salesman.RIP Joe.

, ,

My condolances to the Page family and especially to my longtime good friend Setona. We all share in your grief. I treasure the memories of times spent together with Joe and Setona - people that bring light and love into this world and people's lives. I will miss Joe and his smile. Love from Marianne

Marianne Johansen, Oslo, Norway

Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you suffer such a great loss. May God comfort and strengthen you as only He can do. Joe was a wonderful man and a great example to so many. Much love, Virginia Woodward Fred & Anne Brown

Fred & Anne (Woodward) Brown, Savannah, GA

Melanie, Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Mandy and Joey. We had some great times with Joe for the first 25 years at Maycrest. It is unfortunate that he had to suffer through his Cancer. Maycrest was never the same once he got sick.

Anna McNeill, Jodi Joyce, Pat Joyce, Savannah, Ga

I was in the same class in high school as Joe. He was a true gentleman. Much later I had the pleasure of talking with him occasionally when he was at Maycrest. Joe was a fine man. You have my sympathy.

William L Smith, Indian Harbour Beach, FL

Sertona, sending prayers and thoughts from across the miles. We have lost a sweet and dear man. God's speed to you for your loss my friend.

Lin Walsh, Key Colony Beach , FL

Joe was my Dad's best friend, so he was mine as well. A genuinely nice guy, he was always smiling and happy around me. Obviously a loving father, husband and friend to many, I know he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as they navigate through this situation.

michael hatfield, mt pleasant, sc

Setona, we are so sorry to hear about Joe, he is now with the angels and will be watching over you, as your own special angel. Thoughts and prayers to you and all of his family. Take Care.

Gerald and Koleen Hoff, Richardton, ND

So saddened by hearing of Joe's passing. Our prayers are for your healing and comfort.

Brenda and Charles Canipe, Spruce Pine, NC

Joe and I shared many moments together from childhood. We were neighbors for many years and raised our children,and our dogs, did business together and shared many thoughts about old times. Couple of months ago we sat in rocking chairs outside the store talking about our life. There will never be another Joe!

Hugh & Alberta Scott, Savannah, Georgia

What a fantastic soul. He will be missed by all of us at s.s.construction. Really going to miss talking to him. So sorry for the family.

Steve Sullivan siding and windows, Savannah, Ga.

Setona, we have very fond memories of working with you and of the beautiful love you had for your husband Joe. We are thinking of you and praying for peace during this difficult time. We know you were with your great love and that you will have difficult days ahead. We are so very sorry for your loss.

Julie and Marty Collins, Savannah, Ga

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Joe's passing, may he rest in peace. Setona, every Man should have a wife like you to nurse and nurture. My prayers are with you and the extended family, the crew at Maycrest Hardware. May God's peace comfort you all.

Dennie McNeely, Savannah, GA

I am so sorry for your loss and this is my big buddy, I will miss him greatly and Sotona and family my prayers are with all of you and remember God loves you and so do I. Love, Billie

Billie E. Futch, Savannah, Ga

May peace be with the Page family during this difficult time. We pray to bring comfort to you,joy in knowing he is no longer suffering and may you be given strength to move forward. Our prayers are with you. Bless you all.

Remy and Margie Messer, Bismarck, ND

I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Setona and Family. I thought very highly of Joe. He was always good to me. May God Bless the family in your time of need. Irving Drought, Jr.

Irving Drought, Jr. , Savannah , GA

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family during this very hard season. We are so very sorry for your loss of such a great man. Much love to you all, Russell, Dina and family

Russell and Dina Messer, Brandon , FL

Setona, The Beech Creek flag is flying at half staff in memory of our Smiling Joe Page. He will forever be in our hearts and up in heaven telling tales with Bob Anderson and Danny Warnell.

Lora Warnell, Bakersville, NC

I worked for Joe in the tool shop at Maycrest for 18 yrs. What I learned from him is not taught in school but from hard knocks and life experience. I will surely miss him and our in depth talks. He was a great boss and better friend. God bless all his family.

Andy Whitfield, ellabell, Ga.

Setona and Family, My deepest sympathy. I have very fond memories of Joe in high school and at several reunions. It is very difficult to lose a parent and spouse and my prayers are with you. Noelene Raiford Westman

Noelene Raiford Westman, Palmetto Bsy, Florida

It is a sad day knowing i will never hear Joe tell about me holding him on the bus at his stop and keep him until i got off two miles down the road and he had to walk home.He would tell the story about my brother kicking him on the shins under the table at Moore Avenue School.I knew Joe for 74 years and i loved him every day of those years.I pray for his wife and family who will have an empty space in their life forever.

Vaughn Mitchell, Townsend, Ga.

My condolences to the Page family. At Revelation 21:4 Jehovah promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hope that Jehovah God promises us in the near future. May Jehovah be with your family during this difficult time. For more information and encouragement that has helped me through difficult times such as this is jw.org that offers hope and comfort for the future.

Niecy, Savannah, GA

Amanda, I am so sorry to hear about your father. No matter our age, it is never any less painful to lose a parent. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Alison Watkins, Valdosta, GA

Blessed to have known him even for the short time I had. Wonderful soul that will be dearly missed. My prayers and wishes are with Mrs.Page and family.

Crystal and Konner Day, Savannah, Ga

Jose was such a nice man. He willl be truly missed. My best to his loved ones. Ann Shearouse

Ann Shearouse, Savannah,, GA

Jose was such a nice man. He willl be truly missed. My best to his loved ones. Ann Shearouse

Ann Shearouse, Savannah,, GA

From all of your Cobra Friend-May you rest in piece and God watch over Setonia yourv school buddy Hugh

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From all of your Cobra Friend-May you rest in piece and God watch over Setonia yourv school buddy Hugh

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Gods Speed Joe!

Marcel &Melinda Dunant, Savannah, Ga

Joe taught me so much about hardware and building materials back around 1986 to 1988 when I worked for him at Maycrest. He was a good boss and a great friend. He will be truly missed

Pete and Lycia Burriss , Fayetteville , GA

Prayers go out to you in such a sad time in your life. God has a great angel and you have great memories. Please know , Sertona, you are in our thoughts and always will be. Please take care of you now.

Sherri Burnsed Connolly, Savannah, Ga

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He will be greatly missed. May Peace and the Love of God comfort Mrs. Page, Joey, Melanie , Mandy, grandkids, and all his family and friends.

Lair, Futrell, and Julian families, Savannah, GA

 

Joe Hollic Page died Saturday morning, July 15, 2017 at Savannah Hospice in the company of his wife and children.

In the year 1941, as the winds of war blew from across the pond, William Urias and Madie Page, sharecroppers from the pine barrens of Treutlen County, Georgia, turned loose their chickens and pigs and moved to Savannah to support the war effort and provide a better life for their seven children. William worked at the Savannah Shipyards, and the family settled in the historic Pine Gardens neighborhood of East Savannah. Madie raised eight handsome, vivacious, and successful children, including young Joe, in the two-bedroom house.

Born in Soperton, Georgia, on August 3, 1935, the son of William Urais and Madie Page, Joe Page moved at age six with the family (including six brothers and sisters) to Savannah. He was a resident of the Savannah area for the rest of his life.

Mr. Page served in the Air National Guard, 117th Airlift Wing.  He was a graduate of Commercial High School in Savannah, where he excelled academically and was elected President of the 1953 Senior Class.  He graduated first in his class from Armstrong State College with a degree in Accounting.

From his early years, Mr. Page was extremely enterprising and worked to support his family. During wartime, he and his brothers earned extra income for the family by vending snacks at the Savannah Shipyards and the ballparks.  During his school years, he worked at the Comet Gas Station (where he developed a love for fast cars and hot girls… or was it the other way around?) and at the Bag Factory at Union Camp. He began his professional career at Central of Georgia Railroad while attending night school at Armstrong and supporting his own young family.  Later, he began a highly successful career in building products at Georgia Pacific, retail, and custom home construction.

Mr. Page commenced his retail career with 15 years as Regional Operating Manager at Builderama, a pioneering local building products company, where he was masterful at serving retail customers and selling to the homebuilding trade. With the experience gained here, he and his wife, Setona, have owned and operated Maycrest Hardware for more than 30 years.  Generations of Savannahians knew and loved “Mr. Joe” of Maycrest.

Mr. Page was a faithful member of St. James Catholic Church, and had a strong commitment to serving the local community. He was an active member of the Masons, Shriners, Keystone Kops, Jesters and other community service organizations.

In his leisure time, Mr. Page was an avid outdoorsman. He loved exploring Georgia’s saltwater rivers and islands by boat and taking road trips out West to see the open country.  Later in life he spent many happy days exploring the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. He was an avid golfer and an accomplished storyteller, who delighted in sharing colorful stories of his adventurous early years in Savannah.  In the best Southern tradition, Mr. Joe never let mere facts get in the way of a great story!

Joe was predeceased by his parents, William and Madie; sister, Mamie Becker, and brothers: Hubert, Ray, Bill and Ronnie.

He leaves his wife of 40 years, Setona Messer Page, his son, Joseph Jr. (Karen), Melanie Page, Amanda Leavy (Paul), three grandchildren, sister Madie Lou Oehlerts (Dick), brother John R. Page (Edna), and many nieces and nephews, uncountable close friends and no known adversaries.

His grace and infectious, magnetic smile will forever be remembered.

The family will receive friends from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 18, at St. James Catholic Church with a Rosary Service at 6:30.

The Mass of Christian Burial will be at 12:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 19, at St. James Catholic Church, Reverend Mark Ross, Celebrant. Interment will follow in Greenwich Section of Bonaventure Cemetery.

Serving as pallbearers will be Ray Hatfield, John Page, Ronald Page, Lynn Hadwin, Mike Wodkowski and Dee Hewitt.

The family wishes to express gratitude to Dr. Mark Taylor, Dr. Paul Bradley, Dr. Fred Daniels, Dr. Joshua McKenzie, his navigational nurse, Sheila Lowe and all the staff at the Lewis Cancer Center.

The family suggests any remembrances be made in his memory to Crippled Children’s Fund at Alee Temple or St. James Catholic Church School.

Please sign our on-line guest book at www.foxandweeks.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Setona, one never knows exactly what to say when you loose a loved one. Joe was a special person always with a smile on his face. His love for life and you was unconditional. He will be missed. His memories will forever be in our hearts. God bless you and your family.

Charlotte and Ken Belk, Savannah, Ga

To Setona and the Page Family: Sincere condolences in the passing of Joe Page. A true Southern gentleman! What a pleasure to have known him and been in his company. God bless you all.

Bobbie Shelton, Savannah, GA

Tony, I just learned of Joe's death. I can't imagine the loss you feel. He was such a nice man. god bless and take care of you. Brenda Simpson

Brenda Simpson, Tybee Island, Ga.

I feel proud to have known him.He was an exceptional human being.Setona I also think of you and feel for you. My deepest condolences; Vera

Vera Hoffman, Savannah , Ga

Setona, all our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Joe always had a smile that could light up a room. He will be sorely missed! May God Bless and comfort you all during this particular time.

Helen and Shane Sullivan, Savannah, Ga

Oh Setona, you're in my thoughts and prayers, as is your so sweet hubby Joe. May God bless you with beautiful loving memories to help you through this time and forever. You know so many are praying for you and love you. Much love my friend, caralee

Caralee , Fort Mill , SC

Candle tribute lit by Tommy & Phyllis Alford — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Tommy & Phyllis Alford — Georgia

It is amazing to see how many lives Mr. Page has touched over the years. My condolences to your family. In your time of grief, keep in mind God's promise to bring Joe, and everyone else we have loved and lost in death, back to life. "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out..."-John 5:28,29. Just think, God is longing to see Joe alive and well again, just as we all do (Job 14:14,15)!

Brittany, Savannah, Ga

Candle tribute lit by Brenda — Georgia

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Setona and the entire family! Joe will be missed by all. He was such a kind and wonderful person and his presence at Maycrest will forever be!

Tim and Brenda Sorrells, Savannah, Ga

I don't think I have ever known a more gentler and kinder business man in all my dealings in the Savannah community over the past 40 years. Joe indeed had an infectious smile and great handshake to all he met. Our best to Setona and all of Joe's family in this somber hour of loss. Peace be with you Joe Page. You will be missed.

Steve and Debbie Shelton, Flowery Branch, GA

Candle tribute lit by Steve Shelton — Georgia

Setona, I know today is a hard day. How I wish I could be there. I know it's hard to let go of a life partner and you've showed more strength than anybody I know. But today means no more struggling no more hurting for our dear Mr. Joe. As you say your farewell, I want you to know this. Joe will be remembered (and never forgotten) for being one of the best. For being compassionate, loving, encouraging and respected by most in Savannah, including myself. I love you both dearly. ?? Jen Mouton (Maycrest Family)

Jen, Sacramento , Ca

JOE WAS A FRIEND FOR MANY YEARS, AS A SALESMAN FOR BUILDERAMA HE WAS SOMEONE TO GO TO FOR SUPPLIES AND ADVICE. HE HAD AN OUTSTANDING PERSONALITY. YOU NEVER WENT TO BUILDERAMA TO JUST BUY MATERIALS YOU WOULD ALWAYS LOOK FOR AND FIND JOE FOR A VISIT HE WAS AN UNFORGETABLE PERSON, A REAL FRIEND. MY BROTHER GENE AND I RAN A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN PORT WENTWORTH AND WERE CUSTOMERS OF JOE'S FOR YEARS, HE WAS ALWAYS THERE FOR US. I NEVER FORGOT JOE. I MOVED TO FLORIDA ALMOST 40 YEARS AGO BUT WOULD CALL JOE TO SAY HELLO OCCASIONALLY HE WAS NOT A PERSON TO FORGET HE WAS A LIFELONG FRIEND. MY NEPHEW JAMES CUNNINGHAM KEPT ME POSTED ON JOE'S CONDITION THIS PAST YEAR. I LOST MY BROTHER GENE NEW IN MAY OF THIS YEAR AND JOE LOST HIS OLD FRIEND GENE.GOD WILL BLESS JOE AND HIS FAMILY.

DENNIE H. NEW, PALM CITY, FL

Very sorry for your loss May God Bless you and your family

Gary Hunt, Brunswick , Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Gary Hunt — Georgia

A good friend,for years 1st met at Buiderama in back shed on Bay street. One hell'uve salesman.RIP Joe.

, ,

My condolances to the Page family and especially to my longtime good friend Setona. We all share in your grief. I treasure the memories of times spent together with Joe and Setona - people that bring light and love into this world and people's lives. I will miss Joe and his smile. Love from Marianne

Marianne Johansen, Oslo, Norway

Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you suffer such a great loss. May God comfort and strengthen you as only He can do. Joe was a wonderful man and a great example to so many. Much love, Virginia Woodward Fred & Anne Brown

Fred & Anne (Woodward) Brown, Savannah, GA

Melanie, Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Mandy and Joey. We had some great times with Joe for the first 25 years at Maycrest. It is unfortunate that he had to suffer through his Cancer. Maycrest was never the same once he got sick.

Anna McNeill, Jodi Joyce, Pat Joyce, Savannah, Ga

I was in the same class in high school as Joe. He was a true gentleman. Much later I had the pleasure of talking with him occasionally when he was at Maycrest. Joe was a fine man. You have my sympathy.

William L Smith, Indian Harbour Beach, FL

Sertona, sending prayers and thoughts from across the miles. We have lost a sweet and dear man. God's speed to you for your loss my friend.

Lin Walsh, Key Colony Beach , FL

Joe was my Dad's best friend, so he was mine as well. A genuinely nice guy, he was always smiling and happy around me. Obviously a loving father, husband and friend to many, I know he will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as they navigate through this situation.

michael hatfield, mt pleasant, sc

Candle tribute lit by Suzie and Steve Scherz — Georgia

Setona, we are so sorry to hear about Joe, he is now with the angels and will be watching over you, as your own special angel. Thoughts and prayers to you and all of his family. Take Care.

Gerald and Koleen Hoff, Richardton, ND

Candle tribute lit by Robert Loper — Georgia

So saddened by hearing of Joe's passing. Our prayers are for your healing and comfort.

Brenda and Charles Canipe, Spruce Pine, NC

Joe and I shared many moments together from childhood. We were neighbors for many years and raised our children,and our dogs, did business together and shared many thoughts about old times. Couple of months ago we sat in rocking chairs outside the store talking about our life. There will never be another Joe!

Hugh & Alberta Scott, Savannah, Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Brad Wittfeld — Georgia

What a fantastic soul. He will be missed by all of us at s.s.construction. Really going to miss talking to him. So sorry for the family.

Steve Sullivan siding and windows, Savannah, Ga.

Candle tribute lit by Steve Sullivan siding and windows...miss you my friend — Georgia

Setona, we have very fond memories of working with you and of the beautiful love you had for your husband Joe. We are thinking of you and praying for peace during this difficult time. We know you were with your great love and that you will have difficult days ahead. We are so very sorry for your loss.

Julie and Marty Collins, Savannah, Ga

I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Joe's passing, may he rest in peace. Setona, every Man should have a wife like you to nurse and nurture. My prayers are with you and the extended family, the crew at Maycrest Hardware. May God's peace comfort you all.

Dennie McNeely, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by Sandra Nicklas — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Tom and Denise Dowding — Georgia

I am so sorry for your loss and this is my big buddy, I will miss him greatly and Sotona and family my prayers are with all of you and remember God loves you and so do I. Love, Billie

Billie E. Futch, Savannah, Ga

May peace be with the Page family during this difficult time. We pray to bring comfort to you,joy in knowing he is no longer suffering and may you be given strength to move forward. Our prayers are with you. Bless you all.

Remy and Margie Messer, Bismarck, ND

Candle tribute lit by Martha Kral — Georgia

I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Setona and Family. I thought very highly of Joe. He was always good to me. May God Bless the family in your time of need. Irving Drought, Jr.

Irving Drought, Jr. , Savannah , GA

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the family during this very hard season. We are so very sorry for your loss of such a great man. Much love to you all, Russell, Dina and family

Russell and Dina Messer, Brandon , FL

Setona, The Beech Creek flag is flying at half staff in memory of our Smiling Joe Page. He will forever be in our hearts and up in heaven telling tales with Bob Anderson and Danny Warnell.

Lora Warnell, Bakersville, NC

Candle tribute lit by Vaughn Mitchell — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Stacey Halford Whitener — North Carolina

I worked for Joe in the tool shop at Maycrest for 18 yrs. What I learned from him is not taught in school but from hard knocks and life experience. I will surely miss him and our in depth talks. He was a great boss and better friend. God bless all his family.

Andy Whitfield, ellabell, Ga.

Setona and Family, My deepest sympathy. I have very fond memories of Joe in high school and at several reunions. It is very difficult to lose a parent and spouse and my prayers are with you. Noelene Raiford Westman

Noelene Raiford Westman, Palmetto Bsy, Florida

It is a sad day knowing i will never hear Joe tell about me holding him on the bus at his stop and keep him until i got off two miles down the road and he had to walk home.He would tell the story about my brother kicking him on the shins under the table at Moore Avenue School.I knew Joe for 74 years and i loved him every day of those years.I pray for his wife and family who will have an empty space in their life forever.

Vaughn Mitchell, Townsend, Ga.

Candle tribute lit by Crystal and Konner Day — Georgia

My condolences to the Page family. At Revelation 21:4 Jehovah promises to do away with death forever. We look forward to this beautiful hope that Jehovah God promises us in the near future. May Jehovah be with your family during this difficult time. For more information and encouragement that has helped me through difficult times such as this is jw.org that offers hope and comfort for the future.

Niecy, Savannah, GA

Amanda, I am so sorry to hear about your father. No matter our age, it is never any less painful to lose a parent. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Alison Watkins, Valdosta, GA

Blessed to have known him even for the short time I had. Wonderful soul that will be dearly missed. My prayers and wishes are with Mrs.Page and family.

Crystal and Konner Day, Savannah, Ga

Jose was such a nice man. He willl be truly missed. My best to his loved ones. Ann Shearouse

Ann Shearouse, Savannah,, GA

Jose was such a nice man. He willl be truly missed. My best to his loved ones. Ann Shearouse

Ann Shearouse, Savannah,, GA

From all of your Cobra Friend-May you rest in piece and God watch over Setonia yourv school buddy Hugh

, ,

From all of your Cobra Friend-May you rest in piece and God watch over Setonia yourv school buddy Hugh

, ,

Candle tribute lit by Patti & Denis George — Georgia

Gods Speed Joe!

Marcel &Melinda Dunant, Savannah, Ga

Joe taught me so much about hardware and building materials back around 1986 to 1988 when I worked for him at Maycrest. He was a good boss and a great friend. He will be truly missed

Pete and Lycia Burriss , Fayetteville , GA

Prayers go out to you in such a sad time in your life. God has a great angel and you have great memories. Please know , Sertona, you are in our thoughts and always will be. Please take care of you now.

Sherri Burnsed Connolly, Savannah, Ga

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He will be greatly missed. May Peace and the Love of God comfort Mrs. Page, Joey, Melanie , Mandy, grandkids, and all his family and friends.

Lair, Futrell, and Julian families, Savannah, GA


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