Our deepest condolences to the Shea family for your loss. May your memories sustain you as you get through the next few days and all the days beyond.Suzanne & Gabrielle Calabrese , Albany
Joan and the Shea Family:
My condolences on the loss of your most beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle. Your feelings of sadness must be overwhelming. Joe was an outstanding Roman Catholic man, right-to-life activist and advocate.
Remember when we all served on the Birth Right, Inc. As members of it’s board of directors. In the 1980’s and 1990’s.
May your period of bereavement and grief be, mercifully, short.
God bless you all.Edward J. Bradley, Sr., Albany, NY
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May Mr. Shea rest in peace. He will never be forgotten. Love to you all.Lisa Capps, Dresden
So very sorry for your loss Annie. Praying for peace and understanding.Cindy York, Flower Mound, TX
Thinking of all the family. One can imagine Joe is right at home working in the garden of the Lord. Sorry for your loss.
Ann & Larry Gepfert,
Port St Lucie, FL.
I am sad to hear of the passing of Mr. Shea. He and his family took me on a few summer camping trips that really introduced me to a life outside of the city. Those trips and many other memories of him are alive today in my mind.MIckey Perkins, Glendale Az.
Joan and family:
So sorry to learn of Joe’s passing. He was a dear man, a great neighbor, and I’ve missed seeing him tending his garden. I will continue to miss him. May your memories of his life sustain you.
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