Joseph Michael Estadt

January 8, 1957April 26, 2018

Joseph Michael Estadt died unexpectedly on April 26, 2018 at the age of 61 at his home in Fayetteville, NC.

Joe is survived by his son, Justin Estadt (Vivian); Grandson, Jaxton Estadt; his brothers, Frank Estadt, William Estadt & John Estadt; his sisters, Sharon Carlisle and Michele Sakwa; and many nieces and nephews.

Joe is preceded in death by his father and mother, Francis & Dorothy Estadt and his sister, Tina Clark.

Joe was a lover of cars (Mopar or no car) and was well known for his culinary expertise in the kitchen. He loved to be the center of attention and had a great sense of humor. He was a straight shooter with a big heart. Joe will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him.


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Chris Engle

May 16, 2018

Rest in Piece JE. We all miss you!

Jane Swider Wolff

May 8, 2018

My heart goes out to the family.


May 3, 2018

I was so shocked to read this Joe. RIP my friend. I will miss your witty comments and sarcasm but most of all the way you made people laugh. Prayers being said for your son and family. God Bless You Joe .

cynthia l. brown

May 2, 2018

I miss you very much Joe. I haven't the desire to trade the market since you left us. You always challenged me to do better and I will always be grateful for that. You were the best trader, a leader, you had so much passion, and don't forget bull headed, lol. You will always be one in a million in my eyes. Rest in Peace Mr. Joe Estadt.

Joy Shoemaker

May 1, 2018

My prayers and thoughts are with the family. May God surround you with His love and comfort.

Karen Chamberlain

May 1, 2018

Joe was a great guy and classmate. We will miss him and are sending kind thoughts and prayers to his family. Member of the Class of 75!

Fran McCauley

May 1, 2018

I met Joe when he arrived here in the neighborhood in Hope Mills, NC to assist in taking care of his Dad, Fran.
Joe always had a funny line when he met you. With me, he always kidded me about my southern accent/slang, especially "over yonder" and "I reckon".
So here's to you Joe, "I reckon we will meet again over yonder".
Much Love,
Fran McCauley

Mark Sommers

May 1, 2018

To a great man, great friend and great teammate. I will always cherish the times that we had together and the laughs we shared. RIP my friend!

Rick Martinez

May 1, 2018

A kind caring person that helped me become better trader and person . I will always cherish the years of friendship and keep you in my heart always . Thank you Joe

Damian Richardson

April 30, 2018

I started changing my ways because of you and I will continue growing and getting better, thanks for the challenge and all the laughs