- February 22, 1936 - December 25, 2016
- Reston, Virginia
of Joseph's Passing
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Memories & Candles
The CAPTAIN was a family friend for over 25 years. He started out as a fun neighbor and remained a dear friend and surrogate "dad" and "grandfather" to me and my children. We shared MANY talks around the table, many hugs, a lot of laughter and LOVE. I'll truly miss this remarkable man, forever a part of my heart. Wish I had known sooner, would have loved to pay respects at the services. Joe, sweetie, I hope heaven shares some great jazz and crab fests with your sweet soul! We love you!
Posted by: Suzanne Clarke - Reston, VA - Neighbor Mar 31, 2017
Brother Joe and I became friends when he call to speak to my Father Olander Banks Sr. he stated that he use to work for him at Banks Auto Parts in Dale City VA I told him that my father had pass on January 11, 2011 but we soon became friends he would call me just to say hello and go down memory lane I enjoyed his conversations he would tell me about his day sometimes his friends would come
Posted by: Bernadette Banks - Alexandria, VA - Friend Jan 14, 2017
I'm so sorry I just found out about Capt. Joe's passing and I am truly sorry for your loss. I had the privilege to know this great man. He was so much fun to be around--always happy and up-lifting. He would make you laugh when times were rough. I will miss him.
Posted by: Arthur Robinson - Burke, VA - Friend Jan 07, 2017
Love and miss my cuz Joe. REST IN PARADISE
Posted by: VALERIE Williams - Brentwood, MD - family Jan 05, 2017
Peace and Blessings Family. We will miss cousin Joe's laughter and kindness. We will miss the times we spent going to Tanners, VA for homecoming at Mt. Pisgah B.C.
Earth hath sorrow that heaven cannot heal.
Posted by: Bishop John Daniels, II - LANDOVER, MD - family Jan 05, 2017
I met "The Captain" at the Metro 29 Diner many years ago. He was always there with many of us enjoying breakfast at the counter and reading his NY Post. Joe was the most fashionable dresser we knew! He was so proud of his
work and took an interest in the life of each of us who knew
him these many, many years. Joe's church was paramount in his life. He adored his family. And, he loved Jazz music.
Posted by: Susan Akroyd - Arlington, VA - Friend Jan 01, 2017
My wife, Joanne, and I have been a part of the team of people who come to Manor Care each Thursday evening to lead a Bible study. For several years now, we have had the privilege of having Joe join us for the Bible study. We always looked forward to seeing Joe and talking with Him about the greatness of our God! We are blessed to have known Him! While he will be sorely missed, and our Bible study won't
Posted by: Ernie Chilcotte - Sterling, VA - Friend Dec 30, 2016