Condolence & Memory Journal

With sincere condolences. May the God of comfort give you peace in this difficult time.

Posted by D Blatch    August 09, 2019

God is a God of all Comfort and he will Comfort the Family's in this difficult time now and forever..My condolences to the Family's..

Posted by A friend   July 22, 2019

May you always love, cherrish and remember the many times you shared and laughed with each other. may we comfort one another in times of grieving

Posted by A friend   July 19, 2019

Without a doubt he was one of the GREATEST GENERATION.
THANK YOU for your dedication to our country. We won't let our country fall to the corrupt anti American Democratic Party.

Posted by Larry Lougner - Herminie, PA   July 15, 2019

Rest in peace Mr. Iscovitz and thank you for you service to this great country.
My sympathy to the family.

Sincerely,

Posted by Glenna Bozarth - Springfield, IL   July 15, 2019

Condolence to all seek comfort in family and close friends,let God continue to heal your pain.

Posted by Philadelphia    July 15, 2019

Candle

God Speed to your well deserved Heavenly Reunion!

Posted by Carie - NC   July 15, 2019

Here's a toast to the host of those
Who love the vastness of the sky
To a friend we send the message
Of his brother men who fly
We drink to those who gave their all of old
Then down we roar
to score the rainbow's pot of gold
A toast to the host of men we boast the Army Air Corps

Posted by rey criollo    July 15, 2019

Our deepest condolences with the loss of your dear father. We pray that God continues to strengthen and comfort you all during this difficult period.

Posted by A friend   July 15, 2019

Thank you sir. You, my father and Uncles made it possible for myself and many other to enjoy living in the great USA. David Scanavino, Joliet IL.

Posted by David Scanavino - Joliet, IL   July 14, 2019

True American hero!! Thank you for your service. RIP . condolences to the family.

Posted by Mary Fuller - Quincy, IL   July 14, 2019

thank you for your service. Condolences to the family.. RIP

Posted by F Fairfield - yarmouth, ME   July 13, 2019

Member of the Greatest Generation.Thank you for your service.

Posted by Thomas Hrivnak - MANSFIELD, OH   July 12, 2019

God Bless you Mr. Iscovitz and thank you for your service.

Posted by A friend   July 12, 2019

A true hero in the greatest sense..thank you for your service... Mr. Iscovitz

Posted by A friend   July 12, 2019

Posted by George Deaderick - Corvallis, MT - friend   July 12, 2019

God Speed Joseph Iscovitz.

Posted by david schmidt - el paso, TX - friend   July 12, 2019

Candle

Rest in Peace

Posted by Scott Chamberland - Saint Agatha, ME   July 11, 2019

I did not personally know Mr. Iscovitz but I saw him in some celebrations on television. His spirit always made me proud to be an American and pass on to my children the dignity and pride for who they are.... Americans. May God take him to his fellow brothers in arms and show them their sacrifice was not in vain. God Bless all of his family and help them through their loss.

Posted by Catherine Gonzalez - Farmville, NC   July 11, 2019


To the Iscovitz Family:

On behalf of a grateful nation,
and the Department of NH, VFW/Auxiliary District #7, we wish to acknowledge your loved one's service to our country, and send our deepest condolences on your loss.

District #7 Chaplain,
Cathy Burns

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

My sincere sympathy to the family . Please be
comforted knowing GOD"s kingdom will bring peace.
we pray for it. MATTHEW 6:10

Posted by Diane - Mebane,, NC   July 11, 2019

The heart will always remember a man of honor. We send our sympathy to all those who love him and mourn his passing.

Posted by Jan & Ralph - FL   July 11, 2019

The earliest memory I have (at 18 months of age) is looking out the back window and watching the dust rise on a rural dirt road as my father raced to a destination unknown to me, but realizing that there was a house that was filled with many adults, women in tears and men with grim faces. All were crowded around a radio. It was the "Day of Infamy"!

That was a day that men like Joseph Iscovitz entered one of those times in history that any who lived through it will always remember.

Rest in peace, Mr. Isovitz. Thank you for your service!

Posted by Carol McCroskey-Johnston - Springfield, MO   July 11, 2019

Candle

My prayers and condolences to the family of Joseph Iscovitz. Thank you for your service to our country and our freedom. May God be with you and bless you and be with you. The Lord Is My Shepherd. Psalm 23.

Posted by Diana Patton - Melbourne, FL   July 11, 2019

Thank you, Veteran, for your service to our country. May I offer our sympathy and condolences to your family for their loss. How wonderful that you were here for so many more decades after WWII, and I'm sure they enjoyed having you in their lives for such a long time - which now must seem as if was such a short time. Rest in Peace, Sir.

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

Although I didn't know Mr. Iscovitz, I wanted to tell family and friends how sorry I am to read of their loss. Please accept my deepest sympathy. May God provide the strength and comfort you will need to endure the days ahead.--2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

Candle

Memory Eternal.

Posted by Broulis & Kenepp Families - OH   July 11, 2019

A true hero of these United States. Prayers for his legacy of greatness in our country a legacy of pride and loyalty to a great nation. Prayers for his family and their service and thank you.

Posted by Michaeleen Teixeira - Modesto, CA   July 11, 2019

A true hero and the REAL definition of what a patriot is and should be. One of the greats is gone and so very few still remain.

Posted by Ken Atwood - Artesian, SD   July 11, 2019

RIP Sgt. Iscovitz. Thank you for your service and the sacrifice you made for our country! Your generation is truly our greatest!

Posted by Rich Kasson - Waterloo, IL   July 11, 2019

To the families and friends of Joseph, I would like to extend my sympathy for your loss. I am very sorry for losing such a brave individual.

Grieving is a difficult experience we all go through in our lives. Please rest assured that God feels what we feel. He cares and loves each and everyone of us.

LOVE

Posted by Maggie    July 11, 2019

I was a baby boomer, born to two WWII veterans. Mom was a Wac., and Dad was stationed on the U.S. S. West Virginia on that fateful morning. He never really talked about it for obvious reasons. Like I heard another survivor say some time ago, "For those who weren't there, words cannot describe it, and for those who were there, words are not necessarily". May God give all who mourn the loss of a true American the same grace He's giving me and my Mom to look to Him alone for our greatest need in this life, and especially beyond.......Matthew 11:28-30.......Romans 1:16.......1st Corinthians 15:1-4.......Romans 10:9-13.

Posted by Jim Martin - Trinity, TX   July 11, 2019

Thank you sir for your service, may you rest in peace.

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

RIP Hero!

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

May God bless you & your family,thank you for your service!

Posted by J cedeno - Ansonia, CT   July 11, 2019

A SALUTE TO A FELLOW VETERAN AND A TRUE AMERICAN HERO.
THANK YOU - FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY.


You are one of our heroes.
We will remember you always and miss you dearly.
Take your Warrior's rest for a duty well done.

I wish to extend to members of your family my deepest sympathy on their loss.

May the force of GOD be with them as they walk through this difficult time.

May the loving promises of our LORD and Savior comfort them and give them peace..

As a grateful Veteran,

I leave my sympathy and hope you accept this as a small token of appreciation

for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one to our Country.

SEMPER FI
U. S. MARINE AND VIETNAM VET

Posted by PHIL ODOM - Houston, TX   July 11, 2019

We humbly thank Joseph for his service to our country and sincerely feel your great loss. Our condolences.

Posted by Patricia Holmes - Dayton, OH - friend   July 11, 2019

Candle

Joseph Iscovitz was a man who personifies and defines the phrase, "The Greatest Generation." My profound condolences to his family.

Posted by Les Breese - Monmouth Junction, NJ   July 11, 2019

Condolences to family along with friends. Saddened to hear of your loss.

Posted by A friend   July 11, 2019

Candle

Posted by Ann Stokman - Greendale, WI   July 11, 2019

My sincerest condolences to your family. May Mr. Iscovitz rest in eternal peace with our Lord Jesus and all his comrades. Thank you for your service. You are appreciated and we will never forget the sacrifices you made for me, my children and grandchildren.

Posted by D. Vigil - Alcalde, NM   July 11, 2019

I did not know SGT. Iscovitz nor did I serve this great country. I, among many proud Americans am extremely saddened by the news of this great mans passing. I may not have known him or what he endured to keep us safe and free, but I do know he will be greatly missed. It is an understatement to say this country lost a hero.

Posted by Brad Levitt - Newspaper   July 10, 2019

A hero, plain and simple.

Posted by John Washington - Mitchell, GA   July 10, 2019

Yes My condolences to the Iscovitz family, so sorry for your loss, a long life lived, many all of your many cherished memories bring you joy as you reflect a life filled with dedication. May God be with all of you.

Posted by A friend   July 10, 2019

A true hero and patriot, who lived a long and wonderful life. Your fellow Americans will be forever grateful for your service, Mr. Iscovitz.

Posted by - CA   July 10, 2019

Rest in Peace Mr. Iscovitz. You now belong to God and the ages.

Posted by Michael Knight - Williamston, SC   July 10, 2019

I'm very sorry for your precious loss of your loved one

Posted by A friend   July 10, 2019

Rest Joseph, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Posted by Harry Simpson - Buckeye, AZ   July 10, 2019

Thank you for your brave service to our country. Pearl Harbor, survivor programs and the Korean War...what an awesome testimony to a sacrificial life of service to ensure our freedom!

Posted by Steve Summerlin - Gainesville, FL   July 10, 2019

Mr. Iscovitz, Thank-you for your military service during WWII and Korea. As a member of America's greatest generation you helped America achieve greatness. Sincere condolences to your family on your passing. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Chuck Gliniak - Easthampton, MA   July 10, 2019

Candle

Posted by Cynthia Herd - SOUTH HADLEY, MA   July 10, 2019

The Iscovitz Family have my deepest sympathy. May you find peace and comfort knowing Mr. Joseph lived long a good life.

Posted by A friend   July 10, 2019