Joseph John Meindl
August 13, 1930 – March 24, 2020
Joseph John Meindl, 89, of Richmond, Va., passed away on March 24, 2020. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Peggy; two daughters, Christine Kinton (Greg) and Elizabeth Villa (Christopher) and five grandchildren; Will Kinton (Judith), Ellie Mullins (Dustin), Peter Kinton, Alexandra and Josh Villa. Joe was born August 13, 1930 in Chicago where he was raised. After serving in the Navy during the Korean War, he received his Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering from the University of Illinois. Joe retired from Reynolds Metals after a long career. He remained a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather and friend until the time of his death. Joe enjoyed painting, duck carving and travelling the world. He was an active longtime member of Epiphany Lutheran Church. Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, a private graveside service will be held. In lieu of flowers, remembrances can be made to the Charlottesville Ronald McDonald House or Richmond Children’s Hospital.
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Joseph John Meindl
April 2, 2020
Peggy, Liz, and Christine. So sorry to hear this. I recall Mom talking of cousin "Bud" often and fondly. John
March 30, 2020
My prayers and sincerest condolences go out to Peggy and the family on the passing of Joe. Sadly, I have not known Joe for many years, but in the past several had the privilege to be among a Reynolds Metals Company group who met for lunch monthly at a local eatery. Joe added so much wisdom and humor to those meetings as he regaled us with his entertaining work experiences. These lunches will never be the same without him. May he rest in the peace of Christ. John LeRoy
March 29, 2020
Dear Peggy & Family: Thinking of you and sending our deepest sympathy on hearing the news of Joe's passing. Remembering fondly our vacations and trips to the Ceramic conventions together. Our prayers are with you. We hope you will find comfort in the many wonderful memories you have of Joe.
With our deepest sympathy,
Mary Lou Ports
Michael & Linda Ports
Bill & Sally Ports
David & Barbara Ports
March 28, 2020
Uncle Joe will be remembered as a kind and loving family man. The voice of compassion and reason. I will always treasure my conversations . As well as the memories of family gatherings.
Love you Uncle Joe. Rest In Peace.
March 27, 2020
My prayers are with Peggy and the family. I worked for and with Joe at Reynolds Metals Company. We built Malakoff Industries in 1982 together and it is still a thriving business today. I have many fond memories of Joe especially when we traveled to Asia for three weeks in 1989 on company business. He was the perfect gentleman and fun to be with.