Joseph Majer Myles
April 13, 1933 – September 9, 2019
Joseph Majer Myles was born on April 13, 1933 in West Brownsville, PA and passed away on September 9, 2019.
- Mindy Lynch, Daughter
- Lorri ---, Daughter
- Florence --, Sister
- 5 grandchildren, Grandchild
- 3 great grandchildren, Great Grandchild
- Chapel Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019
- Committal Service Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Joseph Majer Myles
September 20, 2019
To the Myles family,
My Mom lived in the same residence as your Father/Grandfather. They were also table mates for meals. I met Joe while visiting my Mom from out of town. I had some wonderful conversations with Joe and enjoyed his company. He always had a smile on his face, was impeccably dressed, and was sure to tell me how much he enjoyed my Mom's company. We had conversations about his art. He even went to his room to get his latest project to show me. I shared some pencil drawings of a friend's son which Joe enjoyed seeing. I was so saddened when my Mom told me of Joe's passing. He was so proud of his family and spoke so lovingly of you. I feel at peace that on my way home in August I stopped in the dining room to say good-bye and give Joe a kiss before leaving. He certainly was a light in this world. Prayers for your family during this difficult time.
September 11, 2019
To the family:
I am so sorry for your loss. Joseph Myles was a good man. I was lucky enough to spend a couple of years visiting with Joe and his wife Sheila at their home in NJ along with their shop at the Golden Nugget Flea Market.
I'd spend hours talking with Joe on his amazing craft of art restoration. As a teenage I was amazed with what he could do with a old peice of art. Still to this day I am beyond amazed! He was always good to me and I will never forget that. Joe and Sheila we're great people who I will miss dearly. I will never forget the wonderful memories I had spending time with them.
September 10, 2019
September 9, 2019
To all who hold Joe dear,
Sorry for your loss. I will be thinking of him and you during this sorrowful time. I always enjoyed Joe's company. In many ways he was a unique individual. He was an integral member of our family, especially thoughtful to my parents. I distinctly remember attending Sheila and his wedding, and how devoted they were to each other. May he rest in peace.