Joseph Wolfe

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died January 4, 2008

Joseph U. Wolfe II, age 83, of Gladstone went peacefully to his heavenly home on Friday, January 4, 2008 surrounded by his loving family.

Joe was born May 25, 1924 in Ensign, MI to Joseph and Pauline (Stemac) Wolfe. He was raised on a farm, graduated from Rapid River High School and attended Northern Michigan University. Throughout his life he was a milkman, dairy worker, insurance salesman and courier. He enjoyed cutting wood, gardening, spending time with his family and attending the Grace Baptist Church in Gladstone. He was an avid sports fan, former President of the Gladstone Braves Fan Club and attended lots of his children

2 Tributes for “Joseph Wolfe

    Dad, I miss you more as the days go by.You were such a powerful influence in so many peoples lives.Now you are home where you always wanted to be. Some day we will all be together again. Take care of my friend Lisa. Love Paula
    Gladstone, MI

    Joseph, may you rest in peace. I enjoyed so much having you as an employee of mine after I took over the UP of MI from Chicago MetPath.

    To the family, you are in my prayers, along with many from Quest Diagnostics.

    Bill Olson
    Traverse City, MI

    My deepest sympathies to the entire Wolfe family on the passing of your father. May his memories live forever in your hearts.

    Pete Leonardi
    Pueblo West, CO

    To the family of Joeseph Wolfe: Please accept my condolences on the loss of your father. I know he was a great help to my dad, Art Spindler, when he started working for Prudential. My prayers are with your family.

    Stacy (Spindler) Nelson
    Washington, DC

    Paula, Carla, Trina, and Sara; Sorry about the loss of your dad. Obviously the love and care your family gave him, will give him eternal peace in heaven. I know you will miss him.

    Sheila Smith
    Escanaba, MI

    To the Joseph Wolfe family: Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of sorrow.Sorry we could not be in attendance but are thinking of all of you. love from The Tim Wolf Family.

    Tim J Wolf
    Green Bay, WI

    Grandpa, I will always remember opening the front door and seeing you standing there with 2 or 3 cases of waxed beans or cream corn saying ” Oh hi HONEY, these were on sale so I brought yous some.” If for some reason we were not home when you stoped by we knew you had been there if a box of mixed vegitables or bag of garden goods was left. I will miss you. Rachel

    Rachel Miron
    Cornell, MI

    Dear Carla and family.

    I just read The Daily Press on my computer and saw where your father passed away. We want to express our sympathy to you and your family. I am sure you have many happy memories to sustain you during this time. We pray for God’s comfort upon your family.

    Dr. Carl and Marilyn Olson
    Palm Harbor, FL

    I knew Joe back when I lived in Rapid River, and my folks owned Ray’s Market. His brother, John, is a good friend and was a great golfing buddy of ours for many years. Please accept our sympathies/condolences.

    Bill Morin
    Kentwood, MI

    Joe was a great help in learning the insurance business back in 1985. He was fun and funny. I loved his homemade hot mustard I believe or maybe it was horseradish…time does its toll…God Bless

    Terry Thompson
    Fort Collins, CO

    Saddened today when during my daily trip via internet into local news to see obit. on Mr. Wolfe. Quickly I recalled memories of seeing him so often as we stopped on superior avenue. One nice man, understanding, caring, and what a tribute to him that he raised such a family of great people.

    My condolences to the family. Joe sr. was one fine person!

    Scott Boddy
    Iron Mt., MI

    I wanted to say that we all are very sorry to hear of Uncle Joe’s passing. I know that he is at peace now. Although I haven’t seen Joe in a long time, I have some good memories of him, including a time many years ago when he took Joey and I sledding. God bless.

    Paul Engel
    West Burlington, IA

    Dear Dad,
    There are many days that I think of you and all that you tried so hard to instill in us!! But you succeeded in me by teaching about the greatest of all, JESUS!
    I will see you in heaven, again!
    Thank you for pointing me to our LORD and Savior!!
    Love,
    Your youngest daughter,
    Greta

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