OBITUARY

Joe Wesley Small

June 25, 1980May 19, 2020

Joe Wesley Small, 39, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2020. Joe was born on June 25th, 1980 in High Point, NC to Joe B. Small and Alma Paulette Small.

Joe was an Army veteran that served in Iraq. He loved his family and his country. He was a loving father and husband.

He is survived by his wife Corinna Campbell; his children Austin, Sterling, Wesley, Shayne, and Gabriel; his parents Joe and Paulette Small; his brother Pete and sisters Teresa and Rebecca; his niece Carmen, and his grandmother Virginia Grant.

A celebration of Joe’s life will take place on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at 7pm at Advantage Funeral and Cremation Services of Archdale, NC.

Online condolences for the Small family may be made at www.advantagearchdale.com

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, May 24, 2020

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Susan HOUSTON

May 23, 2020

Beloved nephew there are no words that I can say that reflect how much you mean to me. No more words we can share only in my dreams.truely to me you are a ray of light that will be my guide now. Always and forever my little blond headed blue eyed sprite .one day again we will play guess who played that song. (Ich liebe dich) always Aunt Susie

Pete Small

May 23, 2020

Man I dont know what to say I'm at a loss through all the memories an all the conversations but I do know I'm just heartbroken been trying to stay ok about like you it helps with music but almost everything I listen to today is something you showed me in the past are when I was little I love you joe I will miss you with all my heart an you will alway be in my heart an on my mind rest easy big brother

Christina Spainhour

May 23, 2020

I met joe years ago and then my daughter Ashley dated his son shayne. He will be missed by many but he will always be with you in your heart.

Amber Brown

May 23, 2020

My thoughts & prayers are with family & friends. Joe, thank you for your service to our Country. Thank you for one of the best gifts I've ever received our son! He is a spitting image of you & I know he will continue to make you proud!

Sterling Small

May 23, 2020

I’m at a loss of words to describe the sorrow I feel knowing that there will be such much of our lives that we won’t get to share with you. My only wish was to at least of been able to give you one last hug and to tell you how much I loved and appreciate the life you had given me. Lots of laughs, lots of crying, lots of fights and lots of love. I wouldn’t trade any of those moments or of had them any other way because they’ve made me who I am today. You’re gone too soon dad, but maybe it’s for the best. I’m choosing to find comfort in knowing that you aren’t struggling/hurting anymore and I’m thankful for that. I’ll just miss you. Whether I told you enough or not, you were my hero and in many ways I idolized you. I know you’ve left an imprint in this world and you meant so much to so many people. Our whole purpose in life is to leave this earth better than we found it and I believe you’ve certainly done that. I love you dad and I’m ready for the day that I can finally see you again. Rest easy.

Ronny Young

May 22, 2020

I'm going to miss you Joe you were like a brother to me and a lot of my first in life's involved you we love you and miss you with all our hearts my dearest friend

Mr &Mrs Joe B Small

May 22, 2020

We Love You Son. We Miss You.

Teresa Davis

May 21, 2020

I have too many memories too choose just one. But the last day we had together was the most precious and important day of my life. It meant so much to me for all the things you shared. And to know you felt the same as me. I loved growing up with you. You were a great brother Joe. You were a great friend. You will always be my Hero. I needed more time with you.But I guess you could not stay. I know I will see you again.I hope you know how much I love you. That I will always love you. You will live forever in my heart. In the hearts of so many people. You will never be forgotten. My only consolation is knowing that you can rest again. You are not hurting anymore. I wish I could have taken the pain away. Jesus will do what i could not. Sleep in Peace Brother. I will see again.

Ann Grant

May 21, 2020

All I know is that my nephew even from childhood was such a great person!! Hey made us laugh and cry!!!He brought such happiness and joy in our lives!!! Sometimes some sadness!!! He was a normal young boy that grew to be a loyal American soldier, a wonderful husband, father, son, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend to all of us !!!! I couldn't be more proud of anyone as I am of you Joe !!! I love you and will see you again!!! Your in God's hands now!!!

Vincent Tallmadge

May 21, 2020

I served with him in 2004 in Iraq. We had some fun times in the tight quarters we had in the Gomer pile tents. Rock floors and 30 guys or more on the tent. He was a great guy who told me I was going to get a tattoo when I get home but I never did. But some great laughs and a great guy who left us too early. Love you joe

FROM THE FAMILY

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