Condolence: I just heard the devastating news and am absolutely crushed. I am a former employee of MusiCares, which Joe and Anita supported religiously. I must've connected with Joe regularly for the past 15 years, at least. Working with him was always the biggest pleasure because of his kindness and giving nature.
I know they will not soon be forgotten.
May their memories, along with their daughter's, forever be a blessing.
Our deepest condolences. Today’s service was special and something the Brock & Niagara Community will remember...muchlike your family’s legacy.
We did not know Laura but if she was anything like your parents then we are certain she was amazing.
I (Mario) served on the Brock Board with Joe for three years and I am forever grateful that Joe provided me this opportunity. I was young to have joined the board and Joe took a chance on me. He made a point to encourage my growth, taught me many things through example and we became friends. Likewise, as did my wife and I with your incredible mom. She was such a positive light. Kind, humble and compassionate.
They both attended our wedding in 2016 and one of their generous gifts was a framed hand written (by your mother of course) First Corinthians, verse “Love is Patient” which reminds by our bed stand. Together they embodied this and they will continue to act as an inspiration to Rachel and myself for years to come.
Please know we are thinking about you at this very sad time.
Sue and I remember you as shy, quiet, mischievous Clark,horsing around Mc.Donald St.with Devin and Zak. Your parents and sister were wonderful, strong people as you and your brother are. Continue their legacy.
Steve and Sue Tope
Condolence: Didn't know you for very long Anita, but you made a huge impact on my life and I will never ever forget you xoxoxoxo Heartfelt and loving thoughts of you always, and strength to your family and friends as you all struggle through this tragic loss and try to adjust and make sense of these very challenging times xoxoxoxo I will be thinking of you all today xo
Condolence: Dear Clark, Taylor and all your family,
We are very sorry for your terribly sad and extreme loss. Our cottage is two doors down on McMillan Road and even though we don't know your family very well, we feel very badly for you. We spoke with your father on the phone a few times and met him in person once, and he was always very polite and gracious. Your mother and father will be very missed at Golden Lake.
With sincere sympathy and prayers.
Take care of yourselves.
Condolence: My sincerest condolences to the Robertson and Rogers family on this tragic loss. I only knew Joe for a short time growing up in Bells Corners and our time at Bell High School. I alway knew he was destine to be brilliant. We had a great time growing up and I especially enjoyed our special time at the cottage on Golden Lake. Lots of great, great memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Always remembered, never forgotten. Grant Morris
Condolence: Mary, Jim, Andy, Dorothy and the Rodger's family, my deepest sympathies on such a tragic loss, my heart is with you during this difficult time of grief. Although our paths did not cross often at Golden Lake during our adult lives I have fond memories of my childhood growing up at the lake with Joe and the rest of our gang; swimming, bonfires, board games, sleepovers in the chalet and best of all singing Beatles songs with Cam and Dave as part of the "Washouts".