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Ellers Mortuary & Cremation Center

3400 S. Webster Street, Kokomo, IN

OBITUARY

John "Joe" Joseph Haworth

July 19, 1959March 2, 2020
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John “Joe” Joseph Haworth passed away suddenly at home the morning of Monday, March 2, 2020. He was born in Travis A.F.B in California on July 19, 1959 to the late Thomas Wayne Haworth and Mary (Sanchez) Haworth.

He married Sandra (Lamphier) Haworth on July 5th 2001 in Kokomo Indiana. They were married for 19 years and she survives. Joe graduated from Haworth High School. He worked for Arnie Cooks Roofing many years. He was an avid Dale Earnhardt Sr. fan. He loved his sports, cooking out with family and friends. And he loved his rottweilers Shelby, Sasha and Jayde. Surviving him are his wife Sandra, sons John Haworth Jr., Kenneth Kaylor, sisters, Diana Day, Mary Haworth Carswell and Sandra Rodriguez, brothers Tom and Phil Haworth, sister in laws, Patti Lamphier Martin and Laurie Smith Mounts, as well as Brothers in law, Jeff Lamphier and Michael Mounts, Scot Ewing and his daughter Hope, grandchildren Colten and Makayla, niece Amanda and nephews Josh and C.J. He held a special place in his heart for nieces, Catrina Carswell, Brittany Luna Sutton her husband Cameron and their children, Maddison, Summer, and Skyler, and nephew J.T. Rodriguez. Those who have passed before him are his parents, and a nephew, Ricky Carswell.

Visitation for friends and family will be from 5 to 7pm at Ellers Mortuary, Tuesday March 10th, 2020. If you wish to share a memory, please stay for the moments in Joe's life at 7pm.

Services

  • Gathering of Friends and Family Tuesday, March 10, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Memories

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Thomas Haworth

March 9, 2020

He was always there when you needed him, he would give you the shirt off his back without asking! We bumped heads but he was always my brother, I will love and miss you deeply!

Debbie Dunn

March 9, 2020

Joe was the guy in the blue car who delivered my friends afternoon paper. Yep! That’s Joe! Often times, while on our route, Joe would use his trusty extension arm and hand up an extra paper for me, all the while with a smile. It’s hard to believe he has left us for Home. Someday........see ya agin Joe.

Patricia Martin

March 7, 2020

My dear brother in law.

I can't believe that you are gone. The only thing that gives me comfort is knowing you are up in heaven with mom and dad. I know that most people leave messages for the family here, but this message is for you.
I know we may not have always seen eye to eye, but you have always had the best interests at heart.
I didn't say it often enough,but I've always loved you.
I will forever miss you bub. You loved my children and grandchildren just like they were your own. Maddy is so upset. She'll be fine in time. Brittany as well. You meant so much to them. Always will.
Rest in peace bub.

"Party" Patti

Ralene/Randy Ramberger

March 6, 2020

So sorry to hear about Joe. My heart goes out to the family. ❤️

Barb Wolack

March 6, 2020

Joe was a great guy, .he always made me laugh, he loved my cusion Sandra so much, he was a big part of my life in many ways. His family was a loving family just like him. Joe would do anything for anyone if you could help no matter what. Rest in peace Joe

Mary Carswell

March 6, 2020

Missing you already my dear sweet brother!!! I will miss our long talks we shared!!! Be at rest bubba!!! GODSPEED until we are together again!!! Love & miss you bubba!!!

Walter Bryan

March 6, 2020

My condolences to the Haworth family. Joe (3) is my best friend and ( brother). He will be greatly missed. Thank you Sandra for taking care of him.

Sandra Rodriguez

March 5, 2020

Missing my brother every second, hope you are resting well, I love you so very much!!

Tammy Boyer

March 5, 2020

I am So sorry for your loss, I knew Joe from the Tribune, he was always so nice, smiling, always had his dog with him, he will be missed.

Tammy Boyer

Lisa Patton

March 4, 2020

I am so very sorry for your loss, knew Joe for lots of years! I always called him motor route Joe! I hope all the good times you shared help you through this difficult time! Love and prayers!

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