So sorry for your loss.
Joe left us, peacefully, early in the morning on Tuesday, May 31 st because the only machine he couldn’t
fix was himself.
He outworked most days and laughed through the rest of them.
Joe loved crop touring, the Maple Leafs, Charlton Flames and landing one-liners. Joe beat the roughest
parts of the Northern Ontario countryside into farmland. The world grows on the backs of outliers that
have optimism and work ethic to push the envelope and execute on big ideas. Most of it was impossible
until he did it.
Everyone that knew Joe will feel a little emptier without him, but he will especially be missed by his
family, and his pals Reggie and Dewey.
Harley and brother Mike are excited to have him back.