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OFFICIAL TRIBUTE FOR

Joseph D. Wetzler

1934 - 2020

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Joseph D. Wetzler passed away at Sacred Heart Hospital on the 12th of May 2020 at the age of 85.

He was born the 30th of October 1934 in Grants Pass, Oregon and grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Our Dad served for 27 years in the United States Army and spent two tours in the Viet Nam War, receiving two bronze stars with V for valor. Dad retired from the Army at Fort Lewis, Washington, with the rank of Master Sergeant.

Joe was a faithful parishioner of St....

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Rose Records

July 21, 2020 8:40 AM

Joe was such a character I was his Insurance Lady and he would come and visit frequently.  I will miss him bringing his home made wine and listening to his stories of adventures.  RIP Joe

Mitch Wilhite

May 31, 2020 8:04 PM

I met Joe about 4-5 years ago down at the Exxon/Mobile gas/c-store on the corner of Sprague/Adams Rd. I and my
friend Bill Bess would be there having coffee and Joe would come in to buy is scratch tickets. One of the kids there
told us that any money he won he would donate it to the food bank.So as we got to know Joe more he would come
in show us the change he would find, and so I &Bill would give Joe any change we might have & if neither of us had
any change sometimes if I had but I would get change for it and give Joe some one morning(Sat/Sun) and the rest
the next. Sometimes if Joe did'nt win on his scratch tickets then once in awhile I would buy a couple of scratch
tickets and if I won I would give it to him. Joe would refuse but I told him to just put it with donation for the food bank.
One thing we got a kick out of was the little dance Joe would do if he usually won big($25.00 or more).

                                                                      REST IN PEACE JOE AND THANKS
                                                                       FOR YOUR KINDNESS & GENEROSITY
                                                                    YOUR FRIEND MITCH WILHITE

jamesthrawley@aol.com

May 31, 2020 10:47 AM

Joe; 
I and my family thank you for all the wonderful memories of the morning coffee gatherings of veterans and friends.

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