Joseph A. “Joe” Palosi 

Born: 04/12/1954 Passed:

Joseph A. “Joe” Palosi  passed away July 12th, 2022 from a brief illness. He is survived by his wife Pam; two children, Kristyn and Michael (Amanda) Palosi; and two grandchildren, Alyssa and Austin. Joe retired in 2009 and golfed at Skyland pines every weekday morning,  with his buddies. It was his home away from home. He also loved music, family and friends. He was the best husband for 47 years, father and Jopa. He cared for everyone in need, especially all the parents and family; and never stopped. He thought I did it all, was always so appreciative, but it takes two and he was number one. We love him so much and he will be missed.


Calling hours will be held Monday, July 18th, 2022 from 6 – 8:00 p.m. at Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 10:00 a.m. at Sacred Heart of Mary with Fr. Robert Miller officiating.


6 Tributes to Joseph A. “Joe” Palosi 

  1. Diane M Schillig says:

    I went to grade school & high school with Joe. My deepest sympathy to the family.

  2. Betty Leasure says:

    Pam and family, so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Betty, former BelleStone PTA and Room Parent.

    • Marty Kale says:

      I cannot express how shocked and saddened I was to learn of Joe’s passing. We hung out a lot together in high school, starting our bond in 8th grade on the golf team. What a sweet and funny guy he was. He used to crack me up with his imitation of his grandma’s accent – wasn’t mean and putting her down, was just funny.
      Hadn’t seen him for a long time, as I left Ohio in the 70’s, but when we hooked up again at our high school reunion 5 years ago, it was as if we had never been apart.
      Speaking of which, it was so great to meet you there, Pam. I recall that you and I had a nice long conversation and I came away thinking Joe was a lucky man to have you in his life. I wish you and your family the very best trying to cope with this tragedy.
      Hope they have golf in heaven for you, buddy.

      Love, Marty

  3. Ron Burnworth says:

    Joe was a golf buddy from the Wackerly group! He will be missed for his great sense of humor and smile. It was my honor to know him and be a friend. May his new golf course bring him the happiness he deserves! Dave me a place on your foursome! I will miss you till then my friend.
    Ron Burnworth

    • Bill Buehler says:

      Joe was the guy you wanted to hang out with. He was kind, laid back and funny. We both new all the lines from old movies like The outlaw Josie Wales and cool hand Luke. We used them at every opportunity while playing golf. I’ll always remember that. My condolences to his family. Rest in peace brother

  4. Staci and Daryl Woolf says:

    Pam, Kris, and Michael, I am so sit to hear about Joe. To say I had the best neighbors growing up is an understatement. So many memories have come flooding back, I’m forever grateful for them. You are in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Joe, you will be missed.

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