OBITUARIO

Joe D. Fields

30 octubre , 19485 febrero , 2021
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Joe D. Fields 72, of Louisville passed away Friday, February 5, 2021. He was a retired driver with UPS, Navy USS Constellation Viet Nam Era Veteran, member of Grace Community Baptist Church, proud graduate of Fairdale Class of 1966, NMRA-Division 8, Eagle Scout & Adult Leader with Boys Scouts of America.

He was preceded in death by his father, Joe Fields & son Alan Fields. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife of 37 years Sue, daughter, Tammy M. Boutiette (Todd), son, Jonathan Fields (Sarah), mother, Laura E. Fields, granddaughters, Rosalie & Lillian Fields & grandson, Tobias Fields, sisters Rebecca Buskill & Minnie Carlisle. Joe is also survived by several nieces, nephews & cousins.

Visitation for Joe will be 11am-1pm Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at Grace Community Baptist Church 7300 National Turnpike Louisville, KY 40214. Funeral service will be at 1pm at the church with burial in Mt. Holly Cemetery, Fairdale KY

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Down Syndrome of Louisville or donors favorite charity.

Servicios

  • Visitation

    miércoles, 10 febrero , 2021

  • A Celebration of Life

    miércoles, 10 febrero , 2021

  • Burial

    miércoles, 10 febrero , 2021

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Dan Shepard

10 febrero , 2021

Words are not enough to describe Joe. From our days in the Scouts, through High School and our reunion lunches and dinners, Joe was aways there, and the same. He never changed through all the years. What a gentle, caring, person he was. He will be missed by everyone who ever came in touch with him. Good bye and God Bless old friend.

Kay Tenhundfeld

9 febrero , 2021

Sue, Aunt Laura, Becky and Minnie.....I'm so sorry for your loss!
There are no words to say that truly comfort when a loved one leaves us to go home to Heaven! I offer you a SPIRITUAL HUG and wish it could be a real hug! My childhood memories of all of us together are happy ones so I'm going to hang on to those! I love all of you!
Stay safe!
Kay & Dan Tenhundfeld

Glennda Hagan Tingle

8 febrero , 2021

When Joe joined our class in sixth grade, he became a valued member of what would become the Class of 1966. Joe's smile, which almost never left his face, would light up the room. Just talking with him was fun. He was always ready for any adventures that came our way. Joe will be greatly missed; he was my friend, and for that I will always be grateful.

Beckie Buskill

7 febrero , 2021

Joey was my awesome and wonderful and caring brother! Words cannot express how much he will be missed - not just by me but by everyone who knew him! I love you big brother!

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