Joseph Flaherty

August 17, 1942 - June 28, 2024
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Epiphany of Our Lord Parish
1121 Jackson St #1
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 334-1035 | Map
Wednesday 7/3, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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Epiphany of Our Lord Parish
1121 Jackson St #1
Philadelphia, PA 19148
(215) 334-1035 | Map
Wednesday 7/3, 11:00 am

Joseph C. Flaherty  On June 28, 2024, of Glassboro.  Age 81. Beloved husband of Camille (nee Montano).  Devoted father of Joseph J. Flaherty (Terry), Camille Banks (Thomas), Dawn Flaherty-Faldetta (Joseph).  Loving grandfather of Thomas (Denise), Matthew, Brandon (Michaela), Ashley (Christopher), Joseph (Gianna), Blaine (Sol), Summer, Rayna, Sophia, and Isabella.  Proud great-grandfather of Paige, Eli, Stella,Continue Reading

don lucarelli left a message on July 2, 2024:
Will miss Joe at the DGA and our weekly treks for BBQ and only he was best at calculating payin the bill, being the only Neumann school graduate as he so often reminded us.Joe demonstrated the kind of resident that we wished to have as our neighbor and was there to help for any occasion. He was totally devoted to his family as we he3ard him speak so loving. I offer my prayers to Camille and family and may Joe find his place next to our Lord and Savior.
Linda and mel left a message on July 2, 2024:
To Camille and Family, We are so sorry to hear that our dear friend Joe has passed away. He left way too early as there was so much more we had to talk about and so much more he was eager to complain about! In spite of his minor faults, Joe was always there to help with any tasks that needed to be done or any issues that needed to be resolved. He would never let Mel take on any task, like hanging Christmas lights or cleaning up on work days, without insisting that he be allowed to help. He offered his help with everything. Going to lunch with Joe was always a top highlight of the week. We usually could only go to lunch on Tuesdays because that is when the best “specials” were offered. The betting was always heavy on how long after our arrival at the restaurant, it would take Joe to ask for a “doggy” bag. Would it be one minute or two minutes?? Of course, since he was the resident “Neuman” graduate he always figured out the total bill and tip. I think he only got it wrong once! Going to Gulfstream Park with Joe was also a lot of fun. He was really a good teacher on how to bet on the horses. Not quite so good on picking the right horses but fun nonetheless! To all of us who had the real pleasure of being friends with Joe, it was an experience never to be forgotten and to be cherished always. Linda and mel
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