Condolence & Memory Journal

Please email me Andrew. I am Joe’s niece
Laurencfarleylpc@gmail.com

Posted by Lauren - Family   November 25, 2020

It's so weird back before you had passed I use to stop over just to see you and say hi and see how u were doing plus I missed your home and always wanted to see my first love I am glad your my angel now in heaven bringing good things to my life being I am on SSDI now in Florida and so much has changed I go to food banks but I know things r about to change love you and miss you. Rip

Posted by Andrew Nemeth - Fruitland Park, FL - Significant Other   October 20, 2020

Dear Joe you will be missed. U met me when I was eighteen n moved in with u when I was 19 to 21 we had our ups and downs but the memory's with you will last forever. My prayers go out to all of his family and his many friends and clients he had at the salon they and the salon owners always treated me as family. Joe u will be missed love you.

Posted by Andrew Nemeth - Fruitland Park, FL   June 12, 2019

Posted by Andrew Nemeth    June 12, 2019

Posted by Andrew Nemeth    June 12, 2019

Posted by Andrew Nemeth    June 12, 2019

Posted by Andrew Nemeth    June 12, 2019

I so very sorry to hear this and Barbara I saw you left a message and I lived with Joe in the late 70s. I don't know if u remember me but if I am correct I bieve u used to live around the corner from the hair salon he worked at. Please contact me thanks

Posted by Andrew Nemeth - Fruitland Park, FL   June 12, 2019

Just saw the announcement. R.I.P. Joe. I remembered you as the " Drum Major' for our band at Prendy/Bonner. Jim Regan '57

Posted by Jim Regan - Lexington, KY - Classmate   December 21, 2018

My sincerest condolences to the Farley Family in the loss of your loved one, Joseph Patrick, and pray you find comfort in Psalms 91:2.

Posted by A friend   November 01, 2018

To Joe's Family, My friend, Mary and I, went to Joe when he worked on Sproul Road. We loved him and he was an excellent hair stylist. We became friends, visited him at home off Sproul Road and once he had an apt. & had a monkey for a pet. I remember at the Salon a lady came in with a picture of how she wanted her hair and he said "This is a brush not a magic wand". Rest in peace, Joe! With deepest sympathy. Barbara Maglione

Posted by Barbara Maglione - Philadelphia, PA - Friend   November 01, 2018

I worked with Joe, back in the late 70s, early 80s. He was a great, fun guy! RIP, my old friend.

Posted by Joan Mack - Pottstown, PA - Coworker   October 31, 2018