Peplinski, Joseph " Joe "

PEPLINSKI, Joseph " Joe "

1955 - 2022

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.

 

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Peplinski Family

So sorry for your loss.

Diana Scott, June 2, 2022

Joe Peplinski's Family...

We are sorry to hear of the passing of Joe. Condolences to his family, and friends at this sad time.

Dean and Theresa Black, June 2, 2022

The Peplinski family

So sorry for your loss.

Christine Adamson, June 3, 2022

Dear family of Joe Peplinkie

We are Burchat/Peplinskie first cousins of Joe’s from the Ottawa Valley. We visited Uncle Aloysius and Aunt Tessie on their farm in Englehart and remember Joe running around as a young boy. We saw Joe now and then here in the valley when he came to visit. Sending our sympathy to all of you at this sad time. Florence Nesbit, Marcella Cybulskie and Lauretta Rice

Mary Catherine Brisco, June 3, 2022

Peplinski family

I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of my bro-in-law. I dearly hope he and Mike have a wonderful reunion with their parents. Rest easy, Joe - you have earned your wings.

Maureen Widdifield , June 3, 2022

Diane, Jon, Chris and Brian

Jack and I are so sorry to hear of Joe's passing. Our deepest sympathies are with all of you.

Jack & Lydia

Jack & Lydia Sott, June 4, 2022

The family

Sincere sympathy to your family.

Madelin Vickery, June 4, 2022

Brian, Chris and Jon

So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We will remember all the good times we had when he lived in the Orillia area. Hugs

Dave and Estelle Hewitt, June 8, 2022

Peplinski Family

Joe and I reconnected via FB and telephone, after over 40 years. We had some long, hilarious talks, reminiscing about college antics, pub crawls, and parties at the duplex.
Joe honored Deb and I by standing up in our wedding, June 5, 1976.
Joe and I planned a get together in Temagami in early March, which changed to late March because of his heart stuff. We intended to gather at George Boma's place south of North Bay when Joe's health improved, this summer.
Joe was a great friend...when you can reconnect after 40+ years and it feels like yesterday... that's a true bond.
I'm deeply saddened by your loss.
Sincerely,
Don Bartley

Don Bartley , July 21, 2022

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