Joseph P Szepelak

Born: Sun., May 31, 1970
Died: Wed., Feb. 18, 2015

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Joseph P. Szepelak, 44, of Easthampton died Wednesday Feb. 18, at his home. He was born in Northampton May 31, 1970 the son of Shirley (Borowski) Szepelak  and the late Donald Szepelak.  He attended Easthampton Public Schools and was a graduate of Easthampton High School Class of 1987.   Joseph was employed in food service in local restaurants.  In his leisure time enjoyed playing music and writing song lyrics.  He was on the Easthampton High School Golf Team and enjoyed golfing every chance he got.  Joseph is survived by his mother Shirley of Wheeling, West Virginia and several aunts, uncles and cousins.  There are no calling hours. 

 

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Al
   Posted Mon February 23, 2015
Very sorry Shirl

jackie and larry
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
Rest in peace our beloved Joey. We'll miss you and love you always.
Auntie Jackie and Uncle Larry

Davidson/Aubrey Family
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
Aunt Shirley, Be Strong we love you so much!

Jody and Tom
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
We will remember Joe as a sensitive, funny and quiet soul. I remember him sitting on our sofa, with his guitar, filling our house with beautiful music. We will miss him. So sorry.

Eileen & Marley
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
Those we have held in our arms for a short while we hold in our hearts forever. 😔

Uncle Walt and Auntie Jeannie
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
We will always remember you Joe, with a smile and with love. You will remain in our hearts. Rest peacefully.
Love, Auntie Jeannie and Uncle Walt

evelyn holland
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
"Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth,
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
Sunward I've climbed and joined the tumbling mirth of sun-split clouds -
and done a hundred things You have not dreamed of -
wheeled and soared and swung high in the sunlit silence"

Sadly missed and forever loved , my dear nephew. Soar free. Aunti V


Sharon Szepelak
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
As family, we share sorrow, we share loss, we try to comfort each other during times like this.... sometimes we don't know what to say. I am sorry... so sorry.. just know that you are loved. With sympathy and caring Aunti Sharon. Our sincere condolences Shirley from Orlando and Sharon

Marion and Joe
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
Shirley, Our love for Joey is forever. We will always remember his sweet, kind nature. We cherish the memories of all the fun we had with him as he was growing up. Our hearts are with you. Love and peace to our angel, Aunt Marion and Uncle Joe

Michael & Laura Milardo
   Posted Tue February 24, 2015
Auntie Shirley, We are so sorry about Joey's passing, I remember when he came to Atlanta with you and Uncle Don to visit us the summer I graduated high school. We had so many laughs. He had a great sense of humor just like Uncle Don, We are so glad to have those memories of him. RIP Joey, God speed. Love, Mike & Laura

Michael & Kathleen Knopf
   Posted Wed February 25, 2015
Joe will be missed. Our hearts, prayers, and hugs, go out to you. We love you Aunt Shirley. Mike, Kathy, Billy, and Danny

Sharron (Didier) & Jay Holland
   Posted Wed February 25, 2015
Joey,
Rest in peace. You have always made me laugh and I always looked forward to visiting with you and my family on Sundays we always got along very well. You are a wonderful person and now you are with your dad. We will always remember you as a sweet/funny person and always willing to make everyone smile. You will be missed very much! My husband Jay only met you once but he sends ~ Rest in peace to you. Our sympathy, Love and prayers to you Aunt Shirley........Love, Sharron

Alicia loud & Raymond Thompson
   Posted Wed February 25, 2015
In the time of sorrow we are sending our love and comfort ! We will miss you Joey and you will forever be in our hearts . Love you auntie Shirley

Dan & Jessica Braley
   Posted Wed February 25, 2015
Jess and I send our deepest condolences. Auntie Shirley, we know this is a very hard thing to bear, but we will all miss Joe. He truly was a good guy. I personally have some really great memories to hold onto with Joe, and I think it's important that we just hold onto those great memories and cherrish them. If you're starting to feel sad just think about the good times. Joe will be up there looking down on you and I'm sure he'll let you know he hears you and is thinking about you too. We're here for you. Let us know if there's anything that you need and we're just a phone call and/or plane ride away. Love, Dan and Jess

June
   Posted Wed February 25, 2015
I sit here thinking back of childhood memories with Joey. Our Grandparents alway warned us that if we said something bad they would wash our mouths out with a bar of soap. I laugh now, thinking back of the day that we decided to see how bad soap really tasted and if it was worth getting into trouble. I remember standing at the sink, we held the bar of soap and each took a good lick. Within seconds our heads were under the faucet trying to get that soap off of our tongues. We learned a good lesson that day...NEVER GET CAUGHT!

I remember sitting at the kitchen table one evening eating spaghetti and Joey said "wanna see something cool"...before I could answer he had spaghetti noodles coming out of his nose! After 35 years, I can still visualize him sitting at the table, cross-eyed looking at those noodles coming out inch by inch. If I remember correctly, that was one of perks of having your adenoids removed.

Joey - Life is one big circle, I only hope that as we continue our journey from life into death that our biggest worries are bars of soap, laughing so hard that spaghetti may come out of our noses and that the cookie drawer is full.

RIP, my little one


Roni Schuhmann
   Posted Thu February 26, 2015
I remember Joey as a sweet loving cute little boy. I remember Joey as a very kind, loving , always very polite, soft spoken Man. Each time we embrace a memory, We meet again with those we love for the Heart never forgets My heart goes out to you at this time of our sorrow. Antie Roni

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