OBITUARY

Joseph Anthony Mantegna

May 23, 1951April 9, 2021

Joseph Anthony Mantegna, age 69, of Pompano Beach, Florida passed away on Friday, April 9, 2021. Joseph was born May 23, 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Jeffrey Mikkelson

April 18, 2021

There was a gathering of Life AND Love service AT Joe "COOLS" MANTEGNA's Home Saturday April 17th 2021 a Day that like Joe himself filled everyone he met With Life and Love The service was beautiful AND friend's got up and shared how they met Joe and their Great talks they shared With him.... ALL Are hearts are just a little emptier today We will miss the talks greatly... NOW The Lord has another helping hand...I will Love and Miss you always... JEFFREY MIKKELSON

Bruce Lawson

April 15, 2021

Joe was a thoughtful and caring person, he will be missed.
I loved all our conversations, and will treasure them.

God Bless you, your friends and family.

Ruth Louis

April 15, 2021

To the guy that was always buying me a donut or a cup of coffee so the guy that was asked how I was doing and always encouraged me to the guy that was just so friendly and so nice and encouraged everyone to the guy that made me laugh and made me remember that life is so short we should all live it up to the guy that was just a people person and always wanted to know how you were doing to the guy that was just staring that was a listening ear always told you when was making a state or when he was not love you and be safe okay on your journey to see God I love you

Nicholas Camporeale

April 15, 2021

The World Changes From Year To Year, Our Lives From Day To Day, But The Love And Memories Of You, Shall Never Pass Away.
Lov & Miss You " Pai san" Nicholas T. Camporeale

Ana Gaby Paz

April 15, 2021

I had the blessing of working with Joe at BJ’s optical for four years. I’ll never forget his jokes that always put a smile on my face. He was a kind man that would go out of his way to help others. I’ll never forget his sense of humor and kindness that made going to work a great experience.

Gaby Paz

Paula Trexler

April 14, 2021

Joe was truly one of the nicest people I've ever met in my life. I originally met him at the optical dept at BJs ,12 years ago maybe more, and he was unbelievably helpful, always with the most amazing happy attitude no matter what.
Joe always had time to wave and say hello with a big smile and it breaks my heart that he left us so quickly. The world would be such a better place if there were more Joe's in it.
Truly was one of a kind.
He will be very missed and thought of often.
Rest in Peace sweet soul.

amy raver

April 14, 2021

Joe was a great friend. He always would make me laugh. He made it very hard to be upset over anything. He was so caring.
Joe had a special gift, to bring joy to whoever he met. He was a constant shining bright star with a heart of gold. I will dearly miss my buddy my friend.

Mitch Marder

April 14, 2021

Joe was a real gentleman - truly one of the nicest people I've ever known. He will be missed not only by his friends in the optical community, but by everyone who ever had the good fortune to know him.

Janet Monegro

April 14, 2021

I have known Joe for more than 9 years, we worked at BJs different departments. Joe would always greet you with a smile and always had something positive to say when I was crossed . We would talk about everything and anything. He would ask how is your husband and kids are doing? Out of the blue he would come up to me and say can you tell me where the shirts are? I would turn around and smile. Very humble person. Greatly missed. (Don't forget the pigeons).

Nezam Hamada

April 14, 2021

Joe was by far one of the nicest people in the BJ’s Optical dept. All of his members were excited to see him, and he always made their experiences one never to forget!

Rest In Peace Joe!