OBITUARY

Joseph Edward LIS

September 17, 1947April 12, 2018

Joseph Edward LIS was born on September 17, 1947 and passed away on April 12, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 27, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, April 27, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, April 27, 2018
REMEMBERING

Joseph Edward LIS

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Dorothy Wojciechowski

April 29, 2018

Joe and I graduated from Christ Hospital School of Nursing in 1974. We were good friends that shared the love of art. Both of us drew pictures that were in our yearbook.
He would also make us both " a good hot cup of coffee".
Joe was a great guy. The best of friends who would do anything he could to help you.
I will miss him terribly. Rest in Peace my friend - until we meet again.

Dorothy Wojciechowski

Barbara Stewart Greene

April 23, 2018

Joey was a great friend to me growing up in our neighborhood and all through school. We played games, told jokes and shared ice pops in summer. The last time I saw him at a class reunion he showed me how to do The Bump! I will miss knowing he is in this world but picture him smiling and happy in the next one. Condolences and sympthy to Cathy, Carol and Charlie.

Debbie LaMay (Clayton)

April 23, 2018

There are so many memories I could share about Joe: from working together in the ICU-CCU at West Hudson Hospital and taking “Recovery Room” call, as well as working at the Hudson County prison, from sharing a house together with “the other Joe” in Bloomfield, and from just being a dear friend. Joe, I still have your paintings hanging in my home, including the one my brother, Buddy, loved so much. You were an amazing colleague, a wonderful roommate, and, mostly, the very best friend, ever. Rest In Peace, Joe.

Shirley Greenemeier

April 16, 2018

Our Nephew Joey
We remember when we got married and how you couldn't wait to throw the rice. You were only
talking about it not long ago when I called one Sunday. And yes there is a picture of you in our Wedding
Album that shows you throwing that rice. I remember when we talked how we both laughed over it. Well I know that Sunday isn't going to be the same. I will always remember Sunday as a call my Joey Day. We will miss you. Now you will have no more suffering and your with all the Angels, your Mother, Father and Godmother (Aunt Betty). All of you rejoice up there.
We loved you ,
Uncle Rich & Aunt Shirley