I can't think of anything to say except I'm sorry for your loss. Have faith in God lean on him in your time of sorrow. God Bless.
Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear of the loss of your beloved husband, Joe. You were always so candid and loving when you spoke of him in our short time working together; it is unfortunate that I never got the chance to meet him. Losing someone is never easy, especially a spouse, but Joe will live on in the hearts and minds of those who loved him most. Cherish those memories, think of him often, and he will never truly leave you. My love and sympathy goes out to the whole Freese clan. May Joe rest in peace.
Play golf my friend
Joe loved life and his family . He had many friends because he was fun to be around . He fought the fight with his illness very courageously . He also taught me how to spell congratulations AFTER I put up a poster at a family party . We enjoyed going to his house and watching football games with him . We will miss him a lot.
Terry Freese,our daughter Tammy and Clif Yeoman Jason and Jenny and the rest of the Freese family
here is a candle for joe