Joseph Alfred Viani – August 25, 2015

Joseph Alfred Viani, 65, of Woodbine passed away August 25, 2015 at his residence.

Memorial services will be held Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 4:00 pm at the Woodbine United Methodist Church, with Pastor Tom Dent officiating.

Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.

10 thoughts on “Joseph Alfred Viani – August 25, 2015

  1. Teresa

    I only knew him for a short time but loved him. He was very gifted, intelligent, kind man. I loved his poems, music and books. I am glad you are worshipping in Heaven but I will miss you. I really wanted to spend an entire day just listening to you but time didn’t permit. We all need to remember that we never know what will happen or when our last chance will be.

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  2. Raeven Lauren

    My sincerest condolences to your family for your loss, I can’t imagine how you all must be feeling. I hope you can take comfort in promise that God gives us, that we will see our dear loved ones who have passed away in death.

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  3. Laura Piano

    May peace be with you set you rest, cousin Jody. Thank you for sharing your passions: your poignant writings, your love of music, your marvel at the innocence of children, your appreciation for the beauty and loyalty of animals, your understanding of the plight of the indigenous people of this country, your quest to nourish your spirit and to serve others. For I have learned from you, and I am grateful to have known you.

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  4. Aqualina

    Rest in peace my brother. May you rest in the knowledge that you were heard, seen and love by many. Your gifts of music and words will be remembered always as will your smile very special style.

    I love you

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  5. Valerie

    Rest in Peace Jody! You are in good company; many of whom you loved and cared about. They will now have the joy of your company, gifts, and talents.

    I can recall so many fond memories of our days in P.S. 78 and Hillside Homes. Everyone loved you so. Thank you for being such a good cousin.

    Until we meet again.

    With love,
    Cousin Valerie

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  6. Joanne Angrisani

    Dear Jody,
    Dear Jody,
    Even though our visits were few in out adult years, I’ll forever remember all the fun we had growing up
    in The Bronx, White Plains & Cairo.
    You were always kind, loving & funny. Both being skinny kids, you’d call me Miss Bones & I’d call you Mr. Bones.
    You are missed Cousin.

    With Love & Sadness,
    Cousin Joanne

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  7. Kim Crowe

    Whether you knew him as Pony, Joe or Jody – he was one man with many faces. Always struggling to be a better man till the end. I loved you dearly and I will remember only the best of our time together. I have missed you more than you know. May you rest in peace and watch the Purple Ponies run.

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  8. Cindy

    Would you believe in a love at first sight?
    Yes, I’m certain that it happens all the time.
    I’ll be loving you………. until the end of time.
    Sleep with the angels.
    Cindy

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