Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ


Joseph J. Mindak

January 5, 1943June 16, 2020

Joseph John Mindak 77, of the Whiting section of Manchester twp., passed away peacefully Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at home surrounded by family. He struggled with dementia the last few years of his life, but by the grace of God, he passed away soundly in the end. Joe was born January 5, 1943 in Cliffside Park, NJ and then resided in Palisades Park and Washington Twp., for the years following until he moved to his final home in Whiting, NJ

Joe owned his own successful printing business, Tisha Industries for most of his life. He was an extremely hard working, generous giver who could put a smile on anyone’s face. Joe could light up a room wherever he went, and once you met him you would never forgot him.

He is predeceased by his parents, Adam & Antoinette Mindak as well as a sister Teresa & her husband John. Joe is survived by his wife of 50 years, Tisha Mindak. He is also survived by 3 daughters, Tara & her husband Rob, Kerry & her husband Wayne, Brooke & her husband Paul as well as his 2 sons, Joseph & his wife Audrey and his son Brett. Joe is also survived by his loving grandchildren, CJ, Ryan, Dylan, Ashlin, Hannah, Phineas, Campbell, Dayton and Jack. He is also survived by a brother Denis & his wife Ginny and a sister Margaret & her husband Nicholas.

Due to the Pandemic a Memorial Funeral Liturgy will be private at Our Lady of Good Council RC Church at a date yet to be determined. With all respect the family requests making a donation in honor of the life of Joseph Mindak to the brain donor project at … www.braindonorproject.org


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Linda Preschle

June 24, 2020

I knew "Butch" when we were very young. I remember staying with the family when my mother was ill. As they had no car, the whole family walked me home from Fairview(the store/apartment), down Dan Kelly's hill, around the Ridgefield circle and over the river to Ridgefield Park. I last spoke to him after my mother passed in 2005. I sent him cards and other items his mother, Antoinette, had sent to mine over the years including the letter she wrote from the hospital when Joe was born! Please accept my sincere sympathy to the whole family.

Denis Mindak

June 18, 2020

Goodbye brother Joe. All my memories are of the many good fun times we all had together.
May God bless you and watch over the wonderful family you leave behind.
Love, Denis