January 6, 1956 – April 30, 2018
Joseph A. “Joey” Cabral, Jr., age 62, passed away on Monday, April 30, 2018, at Crestwood Nursing Home. Born in Fall River, MA a son of the late Joseph A. and Alice C. (Ribeiro) Cabral, he was a longtime Warren resident.
A graduate of Warren High School, he played football throughout his high school years. A true outdoorsman, his passion was fishing.
He is survived by one brother, Paul Cabral of Brentwood, CA; aunt, Elena Marshall and her husband Henry of Warren; uncle, Alfred Ribeiro of Portsmouth and several cousins.
His services will be private.
- Private Services
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May 24, 2018
Uncle Joey, thank you for being one of the closest uncles I've had. Growing up I would always come down and visit you and Papa joe. Every time we came down I will always remember the giant bag of pistachios you would always get me, or even my annoying little self interrupting your T.V time and goofing off. since my freshman year I've been wanting to go to college on the east coast so I can start somewhere new, and share the experience with family whom, I'd like to get closer with. I was looking forward to all the fishing we could've done together, the new techniques and advice you coulda gave me . I'll be sure to always go to your favorite fishing spot in your remembrance. Now you are in a better place and no longer suffering. Rest in peace Uncle Joey. I love you.
May 16, 2018
Paul and family, my sincerest condolences on the passing of Joe. Your family will always have a place in my heart. Although we lost touch, I have nothing but fond memories of Joe. He would always joke around with me, which still brings a smile to my face when I recall our bantering back & forth. I wish I could have said goodbye to him before he entered into eternal rest. Rest in peace Joe. Love, Linda.
May 11, 2018
You've taught me some great fishing tips! I remember the time you took me fishing at Colt Park and I caught a eel! You told me to throw it back & I said, "no this is some good sushi". I took it to Paul's place and we cooked it up and it was good. We all had great memories together as a family, we will always cherish those times forever! No more pain for you, just Love & Glory in the Loving Arms of Jesus Christ. Rest Easy until we meet again in Heaven. Love always, Urla
May 11, 2018
You're at Peace now Brother, you will be missed, until we meet again at the Great Trout Pond in the sky! Love you Brother, Rest in Peace.
May 3, 2018
Rest In Peace my cousin, love you!
May 3, 2018
Joey was a well known athlete at Warren High School.Wonderful person.Loved his motorcycle and fishing.He remained faithful to his belief in Jesus Christ his Savior.I visited him at the nurshing home.He was ready to meet the Lord.Until we meet again peace my friend.
May 2, 2018
We will miss seeing Joe in the neighborhood; our condolences to his family.
A Cottage Street Neighbor