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Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

5015 Lincoln Ave, Lisle, IL

OBITUARY

Joseph A Simonson

June 26, 1962November 25, 2019

Joseph A. Simonson, age 57, of Lisle, IL, was born in St. Louis, MO, on June 26, 1962, and born into eternity on November 25, 2019. Joseph was married to Nancy Simonson nee Jeffery on May 27, 1988. He was a High School Graduate who was a self-employed Carpenter for 30 years in Lisle, IL. Joseph was an avid golfer, loved to travel, play poker, and kept up with friends on Social Media. His biggest passion was enjoying his nieces and nephews, being a Piss-Ant. Joseph is survived by wife Nancy; Mother Bernice Schmudde; Sister Christina Simonson; 37 wonderful nieces and nephews. Joseph is predeceased by his Father Ralph Edward Simonson.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, December 2, 2019
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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Steve Schmitt

December 8, 2019

Very sorry to just hear this news. I met Joe at Green Meadows Golf Club and had the pleasure of playing dozens, maybe hundreds, of rounds with him over the last 10+ years. I always enjoyed our early morning rounds and his wry sense of humor. I’m so glad our paths crossed. Godspeed, Joe, all fairways and greens now, I will miss you. My sincere condolences to his family.

Lauren Boccassini

December 5, 2019

My dad has known Joe for many years. I used to see him at my parents growing up fixing things. When I got my own home, he was the one that painted everything. He just painted our kitchen cabinets in August. Joe was always friendly with our son Noah and dog Ghillie. They both loved to be around his business when he was painting as well! Noah still plays with the paw patrol finger puppets Joe and Nancy got him. His infectious personality and smile will be missed.

Greg Geuss

November 28, 2019

Joe and I work together for 25 + years he became an asset to Relax Painting and a friend over the years. His insight and carpentry skills coupled with my painting and other areas we shared with each other on our jobs,got the job done.. We truly were a good team.
His humor was very unique and appreciated. Both Joe and Nancy have an unbelievable amount of generosity in their hearts and would do anything for anyone.
As a fellow partner working together and friend I will forever miss him.

Dean O'Shaughnessy

November 27, 2019

Such good memories of the times me and Joe spent together as kids. I always looked up to him. He spent a lot of time at my house. We always thought of Joe as family. I always loved the way he would argue my dad down after dinner no matter what the subject.

Joyce Cr

November 27, 2019

Sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He was always good to speak with my mom. I know he was a good brother to Christina. Sorry for your loss, Berniece and Nancy.

Roxanne Wells-Mullen

November 27, 2019

Joe you was a great son brother and cousin you will be missed by many fly high my cousin say hi to Grandpa and Grandma and all our other loved one's who have gone before you