Condolence: So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Memories of working for Joe when he was at Mitchell power plant. Joe loved to go out and help work on the locomotives. When he was training me on how they should operate,he always had a large smile on his face. His love for trains was obvious.
I have offten thought of Joe and had the pleasure of running into him at a auction a few years back. I enjoyed every everything we talked about. Joe will be missed RIP.
Condolence: Mary Beth, Brian and all of Joe's brothers and sisters and all of the family members that knew and loved him I am deeply saddened to hear of Joe's passing. Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for you all at this time. Sent with respect and remembrance. My thoughts are with you as I offer my most sincere condolences.
Condolence: Mary Beth, Brian and family. My condolences to you and the entire family in the loss of Joe. When I got to know Joe in sports through Brian and my son he was a person you instantly got to like. May your memories bring you comfort and peace .
Condolence: My sympathy goes out to you MaryBeth and Brian. My heart is heavy at this time but want to share a thought or two.
I'll never forget playing basketball with Uncle Joe at a hoop hanging on the barn and playing baseball in the very small front yard at Grandma Goldie's house.
I'll also never forget the time he and Uncle Terry threw my brothers in the water at "Big Rock" trying to teach them to swim.
I will miss his great smile and great attitude. RIP Uncle Joe!
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Memories of growing up and attending school together for many years are special to us. Cherished friendship to remember. God Bless You and yours in this time of sorrow.
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to the Henthorn family. Words can never express the pain and sadness that comes from losing those who have been such a big part of our lives for so long. Isn’t it so comforting to know that death is only temporary and that very soon we will see the fulfillment of Revelation 21:4 where it says that God will “wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” John 5:28,29 tells us that we will once again be reunited with our loved ones by means of a resurrection. What a joyous time that will be! Until then, keep close to your hearts all of the smiles of times spent together. May the “God of All Comfort” be with you in the difficult days ahead. (2Corinthians 1:3-4)
Condolence: Mary Beth & Brian, We are so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. He fought a brave fight and suffered more than we know. I am so thankful to have the memories we share as a family. May these memories bring you both comfort in the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.