Joseph Thomas Ainsworth

June 1, 1917August 31, 2010

Arrangements under the direction of Geo. H. Lewis & Sons Funeral Directors, Houston, TX.


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Cindi Stover

September 4, 2010

To the Ainsworth Family,

You are in my thoughts and prayer in this time of loss. May fond memories ease your pain. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo won't be the same without Dr. Joe around.

Wally Bircher

September 4, 2010

He was our family doctor and a friend. He delivered 4 of our children. He was of great help when we came to Houston in 1955. Our deepest sympathy to his family.

Judy Johnson Cloud

September 3, 2010

To all the Ainsworth Family, I want to express my deepest sympathy on the passing of such a wonderful man who was deeply admired and respected. I had the honor of knowing him through his remarkable contribution and leadership at the Houston Livestock Show. May God bless your family.
Judy Johnson Cloud, Fulshear, Texas

Billie Wimberly

September 3, 2010

To all the Ainsworth Family,
I want to give to all of you my deepest sympathy on the passing of such a remarkable man who was dearly loved. I worked with him at the Houston Livestock Show, May God be with all of you and know that he is with you always.
Billie Wimberly Director, HLSR.

Loretta Moore

September 2, 2010

Dr Ainsworth was a great and compassionate doctor. He was my doctor many years ago. They don't make many like him anymore. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Henry (HairDesigns By Henry) Garcia

September 2, 2010

My deepest condolences to the Ainsworth family. I use to cut Dr. Joe and son Michael's hair many years ago. Dr. Joe was a very good man. May he rest in Peace.

Sandy and Andy Currie, VMD

September 2, 2010

Dear Family and Friends,
Dr. Joe was the kindest man with the most gentle and compassionate manner. He was brilliant but showed so much humility. He made the world a better place for all of us. I will always remember his kind and considerate manners of a true southern gentleman. His handshake was soft with the firmness of geniune respect for his fellow man. Dr. Joe was a mentor to many and should be the pattern for all to strive for in life. God Speed Joe and May God Bless Your Family and Friends.

September 2, 2010

He was a fine Man. He was our family Doctor when I was a little kid. His office was on lawndale or close. I'm 60 now & often thought of Him.
Ken Willis- Montgomery, Texas

Linda Mundy

September 2, 2010

I adored Dr. Joe. I had the privilege to work with him @MDACC in his role as VP for Patient Care & learned so much from him. He was truly a caring person,highly respected and one of the last "true gentlemen" I have known. Please know my thoughts & prayers are with Dr. Ainsworth's family but he is with his beautiful bride Gene and looking down on his wonderful family.


Joe Cox

September 2, 2010

May the Lord give him peace. He was also a Ham radio operator .