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Joseph J. Arney

May 1, 1947 ~ July 28, 2021 (age 74)

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Carin Thomas, Stacey, Elizabeth, Brett & Don

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Dear Lorraine, Meg, Maureen and Joe,

We have many many wonderful memories of Joe! He was an amazing human being and one of the kindest souls we know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all!

Carin Thomas, Stacey, Elizabeth, Brett & Don

Cyndi Troop
July 30, 2021 9:55 AM
The years are many.. I think 40+.. the wonderful memories are many too!! We met an amazing family at Canoe Island Lodge and became fast and furious friends! Summer would come and go.. we have to stay connected in the winter.. enter our ski trips and NYC trips. Joe’s smile, humor, quick wit, kind sole, and giving heart.. he was a magnet for friends! Oh.. not to mention SMART!! We all wanted him on our team!! There are many memorable moments.. too many to say.. but one ALWAYS brings a smile to our face.
Joe was in for a golf tournament.. long day and evening.. Joe got up the next morning telling me he heard voices all night 🤔. He slept in our daughter’s room..who happened to have a doll collection on shelving! I laughed until my stomach hurt! We will miss him terribly.. as we were to grow old together and have many more adventures! You will always be in our heart Joe.. we have a name for the canoe you and Liz paddled over! Rest In Peace our dear friend ❤️
Love you, Cyndi and Bob
Jimmy Lawracy
July 29, 2021 3:07 PM
I’ve known Joe since he started dating my cousin Betty-Ann(Gallagher)Arney back around 1970. She and I were very close and when Joe came along he became like a brother I never had. I remember him waiting till he turned 25 after they married before he bought his first car. I remember helping him move from Flushing Queens to Tulip Ave, the first house he had ever lived in, he grew up in an apartment on the upper East side of Manhattan. The helping him become a handyman repairing things in the new house. I remember him doting on Maureen, Meg and Joe. Our family get togethers when our children started to arrive. And the great horror of 9/11 when they lived almost next door to ground zero. But most of all I remember that huge smile and even bigger hugs. I’ll miss you so much. Till we meet again ❤️ Jimmy 
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